This is a list of officially-licensed Pikmin figures.
amiibo are a line of interactive toys created by Nintendo, with the intent of being usable in some Nintendo games. They have functionality with a multitude of games on the Wii U, the Nintendo 3DS, and the Nintendo Switch systems.
The Olimar amiibo is part of the Super Smash Bros. series of amiibo, and can unlock some exclusive content in games. The amiibo itself shows Olimar, and three Pikmin, one of each of the basic types, just like the official Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U artwork.
The Pikmin amiibo is part of the Pikmin series of amiibo, and can unlock some exclusive content in games. The amiibo itself shows the Red, Yellow, Blue, Rock, and Winged Pikmin types resting on concrete, with some grass and a screw on the base of the figure.
World of Nintendo figures
Jakks Pacific has a collection of Pikmin-themed figures in the works, some of which are already released. They are being released in sets of series, along with other Nintendo characters. All of the figures are approximately 2.5 inches tall. Text is written on the back of each box describing each character respectively. These figures are not based on any game specifically, and feature art from Pikmin 3 and Pikmin.
2.5 Inch Series Figures
Pikmin Chibi holders
In 2014, Sanei released Pikmin Chibi Chibi holders, which can be used to hold things such as cell phones and wallets, or anything else around the house, in order to make it look like the Pikmin are carrying them. There were three sets of holders, each with three of one type of Pikmin. They consisted of Red, Yellow, or Blue Pikmin, and had leaf, flower, and bud variants.
Agatsuma Pikmin figurines
The first volume of Agatsuma Pikmin figurines, released on May 17th, 2004.
Contains six of all five Pikmin types (two leaved, two budded and two flowered), a Yellow Wollywog and Wogpole, the Dwarf Orange Bulborb, Dwarf Red Bulborb and Snow Bulborb, a Bulborb Larva, a Breadbug, three Bulbmin in the different stages of leaved, budded and flowers, and finally, the regular Hocotate ship and its golden variant. The figurines are the same as in volume one, except instead of three Dwarf Red Bulborbs, there is a much larger variety of creatures. The Pikmin in this volume are completely identical to those used in volume one. These figures are not made of the same material that is used in volume 3; they are a much cheaper plastic and don't have individual poses - they just stand.
The three sets that contain three Red, Blue, or Yellow Pikmin come with a Pellet Posy of the same color, instead of a Bulbmin as in volume two, or a Dwarf Red Bulborb as in volume one. As always, the set of five flower, bud, or leaf Pikmin doesn't come with anything else. White and Purple Pikmin come with a Fiery Blowhog or a Watery Blowhog. A set of Olimar, Louie, and President is also available; they are the same as the set from volume one and two. The three secret items are the Onions. This volume looks much more organic than volumes 1 or 2.
Pikmin swing collection
Takara Tomy Arts released a collection of Pikmin Swing Mascots in September of 2013. They are rubbery toy Pikmin that can wiggle back and forth when shaken. They come in plastic pots with brown hard plastic made to look like dirt, however, it is advertised that the Pikmin can also be stuck into an earphone jack. The pot is brown and has "Pikmin" written on it. The Pikmin are each about 3 inches tall, and consist of a Red, Yellow, or Blue Pikmin, each with either a leaf, bud, or flower, totaling to 9 different variants. The leaf/bud/flower and eyes are the same color as the Pikmin itself, to ease on production costs.
Pikmin suction cup figure collection
Takara Tomy Arts released a collection of Pikmin figures with suction cups in 2002. There were 11 figures total, consisting of 3 Red Pikmin, 3 Yellow Pikmin, and 3 Blue Pikmin, each with a leaf, bud, and flower variant, as well as a Mushroom Pikmin and Captain Olimar figure. The leaf Pikmin were also shown carrying pellets. They were sold in arcade machines in Japan for 100 yen. Each container came with 2 Pikmin, with the exception of Olimar who came alone, an unfolded box and a pamphlet showing all the figures in the set.