Only in Japan
Below is some Pokemon-related stuff only released in Japan.
Pokemon Throat Lozenges
If you have a sore throat, Pokemon Throat Lozenges with Vitamin C should make you feel better. They come in two fruit flavours: orange and grape.
Pokemon Diamond & Pearl Space Juice
Pokemon Diamond & Pearl Space Juice is a mix of fruit juices contained in an astronaut-style squeeze pouch, often used for energy jelly drinks in Japan.
If you're from Indian or like Indian food, you should love Pokemon Curry!
Pokemon Diamond & Pearl Mega Blocks
Retailing for ¥5250 ($43), Pokemon Mega Blocks come in either the Dialga or Palkia sets.
Pokemon Diamond & Pearl Origami Paper
Pokemon Origami is based on the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. The goal of this art is to create a paper Pokemon by folding the paper and creasing patterns with the included Pokemon paper.
Pokemon Shopping Strollers
In shopping malls in Japan, parents can borrow these shopping strollers to let their children take a break from walking.
Pokemon Breakfast Pizza
Topped with corn, Pokemon Breakfast Pizza is great meal in the morning if you're in a hurry.
Learn Katakana With Pikachu
If you're interested in learning Katakana, symbols used in the Japanese language, Pikachu will help you out.
Traditionally a summertime time beverage, Pokemon Ramune is a Japanese clear soda-type beverage with a very distinctive bottle.
Pikachu Nintendo DS
Retailing for 16,800 yen, this Pikachu Nintendo DS Lite was only available through contest at Pokemon Centers in Japan.
Plastic Pokemon Picnic Blanket
Eat your lunch outside in style with this Pokemon-themed plastic tarp.
Pokemon School Bus
Drive to school in style with this kindergarten school bus in Japan.
Flying on the most trafficked flight route in the world, Tokyo to Sapporo, the Pokemon airplane is painted with all your favourite Pokemon. You even get a free Pokemon postcard for riding it.
Pokemon Wonton Soup
Popular in Japan, Pokemon Wonton Soup is the perfect hot meal for any Pokemon fan.
In the shape of Pokemon Diamond & Pearl characters, Pokemon Seaweed comes with four sheets of Pikachu seaweed, four sheets of Munchlax, four of Eevee, twelve stars and eight lightening bolts. Carefully punch out the pre-cut designs and put them on a bed of white rice.
Retailing for ¥3,129 (US $26), these plastic Pokemon watches are of the digital variety with a Pikachu on the screen and come in either red pink and blue.
Pokemon Alcohol-Free Soda Pop
Packaged in beer, wine, champagne-type bottles, Pokemon Alcohol-Free Soda Pop is to make sure kids don't feel left out when adults drink around them during Christmas.
Friend Pikachu is a talking plush doll of everyone's favourite Pokemon, Pikachu, that utters over 150 words and has red cheeks that light-up.
Pokemon Ochazuke is a popular dish in Japan that involves green tea poured over rice with some sort of topping.
To advertise the release of Pokemon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea in Japan, trains were covered in Pokemon posters.
Pokemon: The Game of Life
Pokemon: The Game of Life is just like the normal Game of Life, except lessons learned are Pokemon-themed, such using your Pokedex and managing your Pokemon.
Pokemon PC Master
The Pokemon PC Master is a computer program for kids under 12 years-old to teach them basic computer skills. There are typing quizzes, paint tests and difficult tests which ask children what a mouse is.
Pokemon Train Pass
Japanese train company JR East has teamed up with Nintendo to offer the Pokemon Suica card. Standing for Super Urban Intelligent CArd, Suica is a RFID e-money train pass. Commuters press Suica cards on the ticket wicket reader, and the train fare is charged to their accounts. The card can be used at places like the Pokemon Center in Yokohama to charge all sorts of Pokemon-related merchandise.
Pokemon DS Stickers
Decorate your Nintendo DS in style with these Pokemon stickers.
Pokemon Game Boy Micro Cover
Retailing for 12,000 yen ($120), the Micro Cover decorates your Game Boy Micro in Pokemon style.
Pokemon Seat Cushion
Have a comfy seat with either a yellow or blue Pokemon seat cushion.
Retailing for ¥100 (US $0.83) per game (includes one puck), Pokemon Battrio has players arrange their pucks on a mat, which then corresponds to the in-game formation. Positioning is everything!
Pokemon Christmas Cake
This Pokemon cake is traditionally eaten at Christmas in Japan due to strawberries on top.
A big thanks goes to Kotaku for a lot of the pictures and information.