Minnie’s House Vanity Candy Case & Paper Doll-Inspired Popcorn Bucket Coming to Tokyo Disney Resort

With preparations already underway for Minnie Besties Bash, set to kick off on January 18, Tokyo Disney Resort is already revealing some of the special souvenir items coming for the event — a new candy case and popcorn bucket to be specific!

Minnie’s House Vanity Candy Case – ¥1200 ($8.63)


This new candy case is inspired by the vanity within Minnie’s House in Toontown. Here we see Minnie double-checking her appearance before heading out for a day in the park. It appears the area under her stool will open up for refilling with candy, and the bottom drawer will distribute a few pieces at a time. This will be available at Refreshment Corner in World Bazaar at Tokyo Disneyland and at Mamma Biscotti’s Bakery in Mediterranean Harbor at Tokyo DisneySea.

Minnie Paper Doll-Inspired Popcorn Bucket – ¥3200 ($23.01)


This fairly basic popcorn bucket is a pink circular shape with mouse ears and a blue bow with white polka dots attached atop. On the front is a decal design inspired by old-fashioned paper dolls, a popular toy in the first half of the 20th century. In the design we see Minnie in her house checking her outfit (the same one seen on the candy case) before going out. The strap is blue with white polka dots and while only partially legible reads “What’s your favorite fashion style? Mine is cute and…” The popcorn bucket will be available at The Gazebo popcorn bucket in Adventureland at Tokyo Disneyland and the Liberty Landing Diner popcorn bucket in American Waterfront at Tokyo DisneySea.

Minnie Besties Bash runs from January 18 through March 31 across both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea and will feature a special one-unit greeting at both parks, new merchandise, and special food. You can learn more about Minnie Besties Bash here on WDWNT.

Both of these Minnie Besties Bash souvenir items go on sale December 26 at both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. Will you add either of these to your merchandise collection? Let us know in the comments below!

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