Featured Best-Selling Japanese Pokémon Trading Cards
Looking to buy Japanese Pokémon cards in Australia? Trading card collectors and avid trainers of the iconic franchise can now get their hands on some of the rarest and most sought-after cards by purchasing boosters imported directly from Japan. These cards offer a unique chance to make your collection something special.
Plus, they feature characters that every dedicated Pokefan must know. So what are you waiting for? It's time to enjoy the new wave of Pokémon without having to take an international trip!
Whether you’re a beginner or an avid collector, buy Japanese Pokémon cards in Australia with TCG.
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Japanese Pokémon trading cards in Australia are becoming one of the most sought-after items on the trading card market. Originating from Japan and released all the way back in 1996, these rare cards have survived the test of time to become the ultimate collector's item.
Japanese Pokémon Booster Boxes
Japanese Pokémon Booster Boxes are not just for kids anymore! For hardcore Pokémon fans, a Japanese booster box can be an exciting new way to collect and trade cards. If you’re lucky, you may find some rare ones inside too!
Get Your Hands on a Japanese Pokémon Booster Box
The great thing about Japanese Booster boxes is that you never know what you’re going to get, as each pack should contain 10 cards from any of nine popular sets. Whether you’re a serious collector or just a casual fan of the game, picking up a Japanese booster box is definitely worth it!
What are the rarest Japanese Pokémon trading cards?
With so many Pokémon cards flooding the market since their inception in 1996, it can be difficult to determine which of them are some of the rarest.
Australia holds the record for the most expensive Pokémon card ever sold – a first edition Charizard that sold for over $54,000 USD. However, there are other Japanese-edition cards just as rare out there. Of these cards, Blastoise and Venusaur are rated as some of the rarest Japanese Pokémon cards due to how few were produced at one time.
Arguably, even more valuable is the Pikachu Illustrator 1999 Promo Card, an extremely limited print run given only to winners of contests held in Japan which makes it virtually impossible to come by these days. These cards make up an elite list of some of the toughest finds out there for any budding Pokémon collector!
Why are Japanese Pokémon trading cards better quality?
Japanese Pokémon trading cards are known for their superior quality and craftsmanship – you"re basically getting a tiny piece of art. If you look back at the origins of the game it makes perfect sense – Japan is where the beloved world of Pokémon was born, and many Japanese players became loyal fans from the very beginning.
The passion that those original players had for the game translates into attention to detail when printing cards, with special attention paid to intricate designs and vibrant colours.
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