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Pika Pika! Pokemon fans reunite! The Pokemon Center is the perfect place for Pokemon fans to reminisce their childhood with Pikachu. Whether your favorite Pokemon character was Jigglypuff, Bulbasaur or Eevee, come here to catch them all!
The Pokemon Center is a Pokemon fan’s dream, carrying special Pokemon goods that can only be found at the 11 locations throughout Japan: Sapporo, Sendai, Tokyo (Nihonbashi, Ikebukuro, Skytree), Chiba (Tokyo Bay), Yokohama, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima and Fukuoka. The largest Pokemon Center just opened in spring of 2018 at the Takashimaya Department Store in Nihonbashi. At this specialty store, you can buy anything from stationary goods to toys and adorable plushies to even Pokemon-themed food.
At the Nihonbashi location is also the first official permanent Pokemon Café. The café features pokemon-themed foods and drinks where fans can enjoy a tasty meal while also enjoying the aesthetics. Some items on the menu changes seasonally, but some popular dishes that have been offered include Pikachu-themed curry, Snorlax-themed loco moco, Eevee-themed pancakes, Jigglypuff-themed cheesecake, and many more. Even a simple cup of coffee comes with a cookie shaped like Pikachu’s tail! Note that the Pokemon Café is by reservation only so be sure to make an online reservation before your visit.
Pokemon fans wishing to trading and battling their Pokemons have also come to the right place. The Pokemon Center has dedicated a room where fans can release their Pokemon catcher spirit and trade Pokemons with other fans. Now let’s go catch ‘em all!
Live out all your anime dreams in Japan with one of our Anime Tours. We’ll take you to all of the other must-see anime spots during our holiday travel packages, including Akihabara Animate, Tokyo Character Street and more!
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