Pokémon Lingerie Announced?!

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

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Yummy Mart Pokemon Collection

Our friends over on the other side of the pond have entered a bold and strange new world. That’s right, folks: this world of ours now has Pokémon themed lingerie. It comes from YUMMY MART, a sister brand of the Japanese women’s apparel maker Peach John, and preorders start April 20, 2016. So far there are only 5 pieces to the set, but one would hope that if it catches on there will be more on the way. Crunchyroll has provided a translation from the source, so credit them on providing this fun news. The models are from Model Press, as you can tell from the photos, and they are Monica Sahara, Risa Nakamura, and Tomoco Nozaki.

Yummy Mart Pokemon Collection 2

From the translation:

The line-up also includes the “Pikachu Plush Toy Bra”, which is not for sale to the general public. Only three sets of the “Pikachu Plush Toy Bra” were created, and these will be displayed at the YUMMY MART stores in Shibuya 109, Shibuya Parco, and Ikebukuro Parco, respectively.

Yummy Mart Pokemon Collection 3

We are certainly in a brave new world here, and catching them all brings on new meaning (as well as Team Rocket blasting off again, but I digress). I would like to say that you can stay tuned for more of this from Operation Rainfall, but this is a special case. We’ll certainly let you know if anything new develops though.


About William Haderlie

Born in the 1970's, I've been an avid participant for much of video game history. A lifetime of being the sort of supergeek entrenched in the sciences and mathematics has not curbed my appreciation for the artistry of video games, cinema, and especially literature.