Pokémon in Japan are everywhere! Anime, manga, video games, and even a permanent cafe that celebrates all that is Pokémon can be found. Recently, some incredibly kawaii new Pokémon collectible figure series were announced! One of these series is the Pokémon Petite Fleur which is essentially small Pokémon figurines gracefully displayed inside perfume bottles. We love how stylish and detailed these are though. Kawaii is taken super seriously here in Japan, as it should be!
Here you can see the whole series collection! There are six different possible figures that can be found in blind boxes from the company Rement. There are Pikachu, Eevee, Butterfree, Alola Vulpix, Leafeon, and Sylveon designs. Buying of the Petite Fleur series blind boxes will reward you with one of these figures, but as the name suggests, you going in blind! You don't know which figure you will get!
Pikachu looks lovely here in this rounded perfume bottle and all the detailed flowers behind them. The flowers' color scheme matches Pikachu perfectly as all the warm colors just instantly melts one's heart as they view this figurine!
This figure of Eevee is also so incredibly well done! It's so kawaii and we can't help but wonder what scent would each Pokémon be? We are also low-key hoping that the rest of the Eeveelutions will find their way inside a pretty perfume bottle like these!
So what do you think of this new figurine series? Let us know in the comments below which design you think is cutest!
If you needed another boost of kawaii-ness and are feeling hungry, there are always some other super adorable and delicious cafes that can be found throughout Tokyo too!
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