One Piece‘s Tony Tony Chopper is the doctor of the Straw Hat Pirate crew. He’s also a reindeer. And now he’s a fluffy stuffed animal.
Banpresto’s Ichiban Kuji goods lottery is bringing us an entire line of Tony Tony Chopper merch starting later this month. Each try at the “Ichiban Kuji ChopColle CHOPPER COLLECTION” lottery will cost 500 yen, and all customers are guaranteed to win a prize of some rank. Here’s a look at what you could win:
A Prize — Chopper Stuffed Animal (1 type)
This Chopper plushie is made from soft materials, and is based on the outfit he was wearing when he made his first appearance in the anime. It measures 30 cm (about 11.8″) in length.
B Prize — 20th Anniversary Chopper Stuffed Animal (1 type)
This fluffy Chopper stuffed animal is based on his appearance in original creator Eiichiro Oda’s 20th anniversary illustration for the manga. It measures 30 cm (about 11.8″) in length.
C Prize — Glass Collection (4 types)
Winners of this prize can choose one of four glasses with letters of the alphabet designed for the “Chopper Collection.”
D Prize — Chopper Collection Towels (4 types)
Winners of this prize can choose one of these Chopper towels to take home. They measure approximately 28 cm (about 11″) in length.
Last One Prize — Chopper Stuffed Animal Special Version (1 type)
When a customer draws the last lot, they are given the “Last One Prize”: a cute stuffed animal that’s the same as the A prize, but with Chopper sticking his tongue out.
For every lot a customer draws, they are able to apply once online for a “Double Chance Prize.” As the Double Chance Prize, The Last One Prize will be sent to 30 lucky winners.
This Ichiban Kuji lottery will be available to play at select Mini Stop convenience stores, book stores, Tsutaya rental stores, hobby shops, Animate anime goods stores, arcades, official Jump Shops, as well as Mugiawara Stores (official Straw Hat merchandise stores) in Japan beginning in late September. You can check for a full list of stores at Banpresto’s official website (note: this page is in Japanese).
You can watch the One Piece anime as it airs in Japan on Crunchyroll and FUNimation, with the latter releasing the series on home video in North America. Viz Media publishes the manga in English in North America.