One of the main points of the game is to collect the various Tsum characters and level them up, both in skill and level, resulting in more powerful Tsums that are worth a higher score for each Tsum. This is a list of the currently available Tsums both for the Japanese and International versions.

List of Tsums

*Available in Japanese version only.
#Available in International version only.

Happiness Tsums

Premium Tsums

Rotating Premium Boxes

The available Tsums in Premium Boxes rotates every month.

International Premium Boxes

See the list of Premium Tsums that are available this month here.

Japan Premium Boxes

See the list of Premium Tsums that are available this month here.

Tsum Charts

MyTsum Chart

See the MyTsum Chart for comparison of how many Tsums you will need clear to activate their skill, what series they belong to, and skill description.

Skill Upgrade Chart

Continuing from chiiching's now abandoned website, we have added a Skill Upgrade Chart to get an instant view of how many you will need to upgrade your Tsum Tsum to the next Skill Level.

Score Chart

The Score Chart gives the Minimum and Maximum scores and the increase amount per level for each Tsum Tsum.

Tsums by Categories

Tsums by Attribute

For missions in Bingo and some Events, you will need Tsums with specific attributes like eyelashes, yellow hands, or a hat. See all of the attributes mentioned in missions.

Tsums by Skill

Your MyTsum Skill is the ability that is activated after you tap on a full skill meter. Each skill and the amount needed to fill the meter differs depending on your MyTsum.

Tsums by Series

Each Tsum belongs to a series, such as Piglet belongs to the Winnie the Pooh series and Woody belongs to the Toy Story series.

Tsums by Color

Some Bingo and Event Missions, require a Tsum of a specific color to complete the mission. For example, earning 500 coins with a yellow Tsum. This category will help distinguish which Tsums qualify for each color.

Tsums by Color Family

Tsums are grouped by color so that similar colors will not appear together in a game. A Tsum may be pink and not red, but they will belong to the Red Color Family because they are close enough to red that it would be difficult to distinguish between a red Tsum and a pink Tsum while playing.

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