Eevee Tamagotchi Unboxing Video

Eevee Tamagotchi unboxing kawaii

Have you seen the new Eevee Tamagotchi models available in Japan? It’s totally adorable! Of course, I had to pick one up, and I used the opportunity to film an unboxing video! In the video, I also hatch my first Eevee and go through how to play it in Japanese. Check it out below!

I ordered the tan, だいすきイーブイ (love Eevee) version from Amazon Japan with a forwarding service since they don’t ship directly to Australia. It ended up costing me about $50 all together. There is also a version with a pink face called カラフルフレンズ (colorful friends) that tends to be at least $10 cheaper than the love Eevee version, and is completely the same in terms of the internal Tamagotchi itself.

Some sites are really inflating the price of the Eevee Tamagotchi (and it’s already pretty expensive for a basic Tamagotchi), so be careful where you shop! I recommend going the Amazon Japan route if possible. If you need a forwarding service to forward it to your country, I have a detailed post about my experience using Tenso, which is the company I use for all forwarding from Japan.

The different evolutions your Eevee Tamagotchi can evolve into. Three are a secret!

I wanted what evolution I got to be a surprise, so I haven’t used a guide on any of my attempts. The truth is, my very first Eevee left because I neglected it! During my flight to the US at the end of February, I forgot to take it out of my backpack. When I arrived in the US, I finally remembered to have a look… And my Eevee had run away, leaving only an empty Pokeball and the words “bye bye.” So sad!

Sylveon Eevee Tamagotchi kawaii

Luckily, my second attempt went much better! After a couple of days, my Eevee evolved into Sylveon. Sylveon is one of my favorite evolutions, so I was totally thrilled! I’m actually still taking care of the same Sylven. It’s so cute, I can’t bring myself to reset! The next evolution I’d like to try for is the secret Team Rocket Eevee. One of these days I’ll either neglect my Slyveon enough that it runs away, or decide I’ve had enough and reset.

If you want to find out how to get a specific evolution,
NintendoSoup has a comprehensive guide. Be sure to check out my video to see the Eevee Tamagotchi in action!

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About Anne Lee

Also known as apricotsushi. Anne can be written with the kanji for apricot (杏), and sushi was the most quintessentially Japanese thing I could think of when I was 13, resulting in my goofy, albeit memorable, nickname.