I’m always ecstatic when a new Pokémon collaboration is announced and this time Mister Donut is teaming up with The Pokémon Company once again.
This year the campaign is called Mister Donut’s Lucky Christmachu Collection and it features the Chansey for the first time who goes by the name “Lucky” in Japan. You have the chance to get your hands on four Pokémon-themed donuts, three new Pon de Wreath donuts, two Pokémon-themed mugs, and two Pokémon-themed bowls.
Pikachu is a rich cream custard pudding flavor with chocolate and if you’re lucky some Pikachu has shiny eyes! The Chansey is strawberry chocolate flavor and looks adorable! The Poké Ball has a whipped creamy custard filling and is coated with a strawberry glaze. The Ultra ball also has a whipped creamy custard filling but instead is coated in a milk chocolate coating with yellow icing.
Even the napkins are super adorable and Pokémon-themed!
Mister Donut is also offering limited Pokémon goods which are part of a set. We decided to go with the bowls this year instead of the mugs!
Mister Donuts is offering sets for a limited time and each set has a chance to get the limited edition Pokémon goods!
Donut Set A includes the following: One Pokémon donut, three Pon de Wreath (you can choose which ones), and one Pokémon item of your choice for 1,300 yen.
Donut Set B will include the following: One Poké Ball or Ultra Ball donut, three Pon de Wreath (you can choose which ones), and one Pokémon item of your choice for 1,250 yen.
Meanwhile, the Donut Set C will include One Pokémon donut, one tapioca drink, and one Pokémon item of your choice for 1,400 yen.
Mister Donut’s Lucky Christmachu Collection commercial:
Here’s a look at the Mister Donuts x Pokémon campaign from 2019 which featured Pokémon Sword and Shield:
— Swaps4 (@Swaps4) November 24, 2019
and from 2018 which featured the Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee! game:
The Pokemon Company and Mister Donut are currently collaborating for the second part of their Pokemon Let’s GO Pikachu/Eevee X Mister Donut campaign and my inner child couldn't resist to check it out! pic.twitter.com/ggyV60A77J
— Swaps4 (@Swaps4) November 18, 2018
I’m Jake Caprino, who is more commonly known by the online alias Swaps4. I’m a business owner based in Japan. I enjoy writing about anime, video games, and bits & pieces of Japanese culture.