New Year's items designed with Disney characters are now available from Walt Disney Japan. It will be released sequentially from December 14th at Disney Store stores nationwide and Disney's official online store "shop Disney".
Some products are on sale from December 5th at Disney Flagship Tokyo. Details such as the release date and store of each product can be found on the Shop Disney special page.
New Year's items at the Disney StoreA popular New Year's item every year. This year, it was designed with a focus on Japanese "Japanese".
Daruma of Mickey & Friends design expresses the perfect color for each character with traditional Japanese colors. A red beko with a Tigger motif will also appear, named after the 2022 zodiac tiger. Akabeko is a traditional craft of Fukushima prefecture and has been popular for a long time. It is an item that feels cute and warm, hand-painted by craftsmen.
In addition to this, there are a wide variety of items such as classic New Year decorations such as shimenawa, kagami mochi, and kadomatsu, plush key chains designed to make you feel happy, and miscellaneous goods such as face towels and chopsticks designed to make you feel Japanese. A tiger year item with a Tigger motif will also be available.
"Nui MOs" exclusive costume Tsum Tsum plush toyFrom the fashion model "nuiMOs" in the stuffed toy world, a special costume named after the year of the tiger has appeared. Two types of tiger-inspired fabrics are available with fluffy fabric that feels great to the touch.
From the popular series "TSUM TSUM", a stuffed animal with a design that is perfect for the New Year has appeared. Designed with a tiger-themed costume, there are eight types of Mickey & Friends and Pooh & Piglet.
Product release dates, designs, stores, and specifications are subject to change. In addition, it may not be available at some stores. You can check the business status of the Disney Store stores on the store information page of the official website.
(C) Disney Based on the “Winnie the Pooh” works by AA Milne and EH Shepard.