When will the Pokemon hype die down, you ask? NEVER! Pretty much weekly there’s news of new Pokemon goodies coming out, and this month the long awaited Eevee Tamagotchi will finally making their appearance in shops! To add to the excitement, Q-Pot has just launched a load of Pokemon collaboration goodies! If you’ve never heard of Q-Pot before, they’re basically a fancy cafe which also produces super cute sweets themed goodies like jewelry in the shape of macaroons and bags that look like chocolate! This time they’ve added a bunch of Eevee, Eeveelution and Pikachu inspired goodies to their jewelry range!
Keeping with Q-Pots image, all the Pokemon goodies are inspired by sweets, but whats even more amazing is that they look so real you’d think they actually were sweets!
The Eeveelution keychains look just like cupcakes, we had to do a double take just to check that they weren’t actual cupcakes! They look good enough to eat!
The cupcake keychains come in Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, Glaceon, Sylveon and of course Eevee versions! You can get them at the Pokemon Center here for 11,880 Japanese yen ($110)
This Eevee necklace looks just like a macaroon! The cream inside is especially realistic looking and makes us want to pop out and buy some macaroons for ourselves! It’s a little less expensive than the Eeveelution keychains, retailing at 9,720 Japanese yen ($90) here.
Last but not least is this keychain version of the Eevee macaroon! It even has a delicious looking raspberry attached too! This one is the cheapest, retailing at 9,180 Japanese yen ($85) here.
There are a few other Pikachu and Eevee items in the range too, so something for everyone so long as you’re into Pokemon and jewelry that look like sweets!
What do you think of this collaboration? Cute or what! Let us know your thoughts in the comments!
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