Retail Price: 650 Yen
Total Tickets: 70
Released Date: 1 Mar 2022
Ichiban Kuji: Selectable prizes for non-blinds small prizes. Double chance included if your country carries this Kuji.
We have our very first Rilakkuma set for Ichiban Kuji in 2022, so let’s see what is in store for us!
Prize A (2 pieces) / Double Chance
Getting a non-plush big prize is usually a good thing as they tend to look more attractive! This Rilakkuma lamp definitely can attract fans! It act as a good display piece, but if you wanted to, it can act as a night light! At 16cm tall, it’s definitely worth being in a top prize position!
He is also featured in double chance so you have another opportunity to win this piece if you really like it but didn’t pull it!
Prize B (2 pieces)
Next we have a big pillow, at 45cm wide, it features this theme’s picture. It definitely looks cute and it has a ribbon on the top right corner so it can act as a nice thing to display on your bed and still huggable if you wish to use it. No harm pulling this!
Prize C (4 pieces)
Distribution: 1 x 2 pieces each. 2 x 1 piece each.
Normally I would dislike the idea of a plush as a top prize, but a smaller size ones doesn’t feel so bad especially when they are adorable and fits the set. What is great about them is being able to choose your favorite when you pull this prize, so you at least some incentives when pulling this. Korilakkuma and Chairoikoguma at 15cm while Kiiroitori is 12cm tall.
Prize D (2 pieces)
Next we have tote bags, the design is nice, it’s a good prize, definitely usable. I would want to give it a lower rating but given that they already gave us a lot of big prize for a 70 tickets set, having 2 more big prize sure is generous, and for that, this prize will get a better rating.
Prize E (20 pieces)
Distribution: 4 x 5 pieces each.
A good looking cups will not go wrong and they all featured the main characters and each has a very unique and nice design. It’s also not a blind box so you can really choose your favorite or make up a set if you happen to pull enough of these.
Prize F (18 pieces)
Distribution: 3 x 4 pieces each. 2 x 3 pieces each.
Since Rilakkuma doesn’t have charm as often, they shall not get rated too badly. The charms looks good, they have very nice design and it’s not a blind box, so you can really pick what you want, or at least have an option to do so.
Prize G (22 pieces)
Distribution: 2 x 5 pieces each. 3 x 4 pieces each.
Good thing is the towels are not as small and the designs are good. The bad thing is that it’s a towel, so no matter how good the design is, people will not value it too much. At least effort is being put to make this prize looks presentable.
If you are wondering where is Rilakkuma and why is there no big plush in the set, look no further, it’s here! Rilakkuma is 28cm tall, so way bigger than the small plush and pretty much proportional since he is way bigger than the rest of them. If you really want this, you can look for a 7- buyout or 13- with at least 1 big prize still inside.
Variety of Prize
Odds of big prizes
Value for Money
Not a bad set, the big prizes are not too bad, definitely able to attract fans, the small prizes feels normal, nothing out of the norm. It’s not easy to see a very good Kuji nowadays, but given that it’s Rilakkuma and if you really like it, no harm playing.
3 tickets for a chance at a big prize.
Collectibles? : The plush looks like something worth collecting, if not, maybe just get the A if you manage to pull it.