Disney Tsum Tsum Advent Calendar Review (Jakks Pacific)

Disney Tsum Tsum Advent Calendar
What It Is
The Disney Tsum Tsum Advent Calendar features 24 collectible Tsum Tsum surprises, one for each day in December, leading up to Christmas. Open a door every day and find characters of different sizes, accessories and more. 

Without giving away what's inside, you'll find 17 Disney Tsum Tsum holiday figures in three sizes and in holiday attire, plus four large, five medium, seven small and seven holiday themed accessories. 

Is It Fun?
Kids love the anticipation leading up to Christmas, and for Tsum Tsum fans, this is going to be extra special. Every day, kids will enjoy the anticipation as they open the door and reveal the surprise inside!

While kids can certainly play with these alone or with other Tsum Tsum figures, a big part of the fun of the Advent Calendar is collecting and displaying the growing collection as the days go by.

Who It’s For
This is designed for Tsum Tsum fans who will enjoy having an Advent Calendar. 

While this is traditionally an activity for people raised in the Christian tradition, the Tsum Tsums and the holiday scene are completely secular, so for Tsum Tsum fans who want to count down 24 days to anything at the holiday time, this would be a fun daily treat.

What To Be Aware Of
Advent Calendars tend to sell out early in the season, so you'll want to buy this early on to avoid disappointment.

Tsum Tsum toys have proven to be highlypopular for a wide range of kids and collectors. The unique shape of thefigures and the representations of iconic characters have proven to havestrong, worldwide appeal. First created as part of a video game, they became asensation in Japan and then a global phenomenon. The Jakks Pacfic line orsmall, vinyl collectibles consistently sells out as new figures are introduced.The Advent Calendar includes several figures and accessories that fans andcollectors may not find anywhere else. 

The tradition of the Advent Calendar dates back to the middle of the 19th Century. It has its origins in a simple tradition of families making chalk marks on a wall to count down the days of December to Christmas. Later, these became cards with doors that opened up to Bible verses or pictures. Starting in the middle of the 20th Century, Advent Calendars began to have chocolates or toys behind each of the doors. Today, there are literally hundreds of choices for Advent Calendars, and many feature popular toy brands. 

  • Quality

  • Collectibility

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy