This pack of Tsum Tsums was released for the D23 Expo in Japan and is limited to only 500. With such a small edition size these plushy Tsum Tsum figures are actually worth a lot of money! You can actually see this set selling for around $500 online, which is truly a crazy price for these little plushies.
Hereof, can you sell Tsum Tsums?
You can sell your collection in bulk at a flat price without looking each one up one at a time. Click here to view the collection listing.
Beside above, how do you say Tsum Tsum?
So how exactly do you pronounce “Tsum Tsum”? It is pronounced ‘soom soom‘ (like ‘zoom zoom’ but with an ‘s’ in front).
How many Tsum Tsums are there?
You’ll need a tsum that can generate the big pieces. So to complete missions as quickly as possible, you’ll need a wide collection of the 200 different tsums. Some have overlapping abilities, while other missions are more specific. To drive collection further, all Tsums also belong to a thematic collection.
The prices are $4.95 for mini, $12.95 for medium, and $24.95 for large. Here’s the Tsum Tsums stacked! They are 3.5″ long, and cost $4.95. They are sold online, which for now is your best bet if you want to actually purchase one, and at Once Upon a Toy at Downtown Disney.
Originally introduced in Japan, Tsum Tsum (pronounced “tsoom tsoom”) are stackable toys. “Tsum” is a play on the Japanese “Tsumikasanaru” which means “pile up”, or “Tsumikasaneru” which means “stack up”. Shorten that to “Tsum Tsum” and you get a sort of Japanese slang that can be translated as “Stack Stack”.
5 Uses for Disney Tsum Tsums
- KonMari Place Holders in Drawers.
- Wrist Cushion.
- Tiny Hug Therapy.
- Travel Pillow.
- Glasses Cleaner.
Originally released in Japan in 2013 as part of an arcade game promotion, the toys quickly became hugely popular and by late 2014, they were being sold all over the world. Today, the small line of Tsum Tsum created in 2013 has grown exponentially to include hundreds of different characters. What is this?