Retail Price: 650 Yen
Total Tickets: 90
Released Date: 11 Sep 2021
Ichiban Kuji: Selectable prizes for non-blinds small prizes. Double chance included if your country carries this Kuji.
Series Sequel: 49th Pokemon Kuji set! 3rd in 2021
Pokemon is back, this time round we won’t be seeing any original Pikachu but we get Mimikkyu instead! Feels like a while since we last had a Pokemon Kuji. This set features heavily on Mimikkyu so if you are a fan, do hope on!
Prize A (3 pieces)
Top Prize Appearance: 5th
We kick start with a Mimikkyu plush. Having a different Pokemon makes things a little special. It does look cute, I mean if you know how Mimikkyu looks, you will find that it’s adorable in it’s own way! Standard plush, nothing bad!
Prize B (3 pieces)
Top Prize Appearance: 2nd
If plush is not your thing then how about an amazing figure! It is the second Mimikkyu figure but the first with a base and background! The base looks simple and Mimikkyu on top of it looks good, a great display and if you have a Pokemon figurine collection, this will be a good add on to your collection. The star does hold a small note for you too if you wish to use it more than just a display.
Prize C (2 pieces)
Top Prize Appearance: Debut!
If you like more practical stuff, then a teapot would be an ideal top prize for you! The design looks great, and it’s not an ordinary teapot, there is a filter inside in case you want to make tea from tea leaves! This is the rarest prize also, so definitely have value in it.
Prize D (3 pieces)
A blanket is a good top prize also, it’s usable and the design is fantastic. As you can see from the theme here, it feels like crayon colored art and it looks really special. Nothing bad about it! Maybe not as strong as a top prize but still a good prize overall!
Prize E (8 pieces)
Design: 2 mugs, 2 plates
Distribution: 2 x 2 pieces each.
Next we moved onto the smaller prizes, we have mugs and big plates, they act as a bigger small prize as they are rare but also give you some consolation if you don’t pull a big prize! Both designs of the plates are great, it’s a bigger plate with better material than standard small plates, so a good prize to pull! The mugs are great too. They are not blinds, so you can pick your favorites, I believe the mugs will be picked first.
Prize F (20 pieces)
Distribution: 5 x 4 pieces each.
Containers are useful too, design wise I shall not emphasize too much as we rarely get a bad design for a Pokemon Kuji product. It’s a simple container, but it’s a good prize as it’s useful and definitely don’t make you feel bad.
Prize G (26 pieces)
Distribution: 1 x 6 pieces. 4 x 5 pieces each.
I am not a big fan of towel like most buyers, but I will say that the design will at least make them look appealing enough such that if one were to pull a towel, they won’t feel so bad about it.
Prize H (25 pieces)
Distribution: 1 x 4 pieces each. 7 x 3 pieces each. Blind Box.
The charms also follows the crayon colored theme and they look good too. It’s a simple plastic charm featuring all the more popular Pokemon so regardless which one you pulled, you shouldn’t feel too bad about it!
Just in case you didn’t pull prize A, the last is a different variant of it which only the hands being different. If you do want it, lookout for a 8- buyout or 15- with at least one non-A prize left, hopefully there is still a plate or mug.
Variety of Prize
Odds of big prizes
Value for Money
An average set with good top prizes and small prizes that appeals to most people. It’s Mimikkyu, so if fans do buy tickets, they will appreciate any prizes they pull!
5 tickets for a chance to get a top prize!
Collectibles? : The figurine is definitely worth keeping, other than that, the plush is optional if you already pull it before.