Tired on the airplane? Need a pillow? Those circle neck pillows you get at the news stand too mainstream? No problem!

Banpresto’s Ichiban Kuji goods lottery for Capcom’s Monster Hunter XX video game has a Tigrex “Tabegurumi” (a portmanteau of the Japanese words “to eat” and “stuffed animal”) up for grabs as the lottery’s B prize.

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You can get plenty of shut-eye with the inside of its mouth giving you shade from the light. This plushie pillow hybrid measures 36 cm (about 14″) in length.

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Other prizes include:

A Prize – Headphones (1 type)

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These cute headphones are designed to look like the character Milsee. They measure 17 cm (6.7″).


C Prize – Milsee Plushie (1 type)

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This 22 cm (about 8.7″) plushie is designed to look like new character to the franchise, Milsee.


D Prize – Business Card Cases (3 types)

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Winners of this prize can choose one of three different business card cases, featuring such characters as Milsee and the new monster Balfark. Each business card case measures 9 cm (about 3.5″) in length.


E Prize – Glasses (4 types)

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Winners of this prize can choose one of four different glasses featuring Monster Hunter XX designs. Each glass is 11 cm (4.3″) tall.


F Prize – Rubber Key Charms ~Otomo Feline~ (6 types)

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If you pick the lot for this prize, you can pick one of six straps at random themed after the Felyne companions found in the game. These 6 cm (2.3″) match up with the straps from the “Monster Icon” set.


F Prize – Rubber Key Charms ~Monster Icon~ (6 types)

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The G prize allows the winner to choose one of six keychains designed after the game’s “Monster Icons.” Keychains are distributed at random.


Last One Prize – Maka Alchemy Barrel Cushion (1 type)

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When a lot-picker draws the last lot, they are given the “Last One Prize”: a cushion designed after the Maka Alchemy Barrel that appears in the game. The lottery will show up at book stores, hobby stores, and arcades all over Japan beginning on March 18. Each try at the lottery will cost 620 yen (about USD $6).


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