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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 14 locations throughout Japan: Sapporo, Sendai, Tokyo (Nihonbashi, Ikebukuro, Skytree, Shibuya), Chiba (Tokyo Bay), Yokohama, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka (Umeda, Shinsaibashi), Hiroshima and Fukuoka. There's also the Pokemon Store found at Tokyo Character Street.
In addition to exclusive Pokemon goods and collectibles, each store also has features their own mascot to greet guests. For example, the Mega Tokyo branch has an Alola-inspired Charizard and Pikachu waiting for you (image to the right), while the Shibuya store's mascots are Mew and Mewtwo (fun fact: Shibuya is the first Pokemon Center to not have Pikachu as a mascot). There are also exclusive goods for each store, like Shibuya's Graffiti Pikachu or Tokyo Character Street's Train Station Master Pikachu.
No matter which Pokemon Center you visit, the walls are always lined with anything and everything Pokemon. Whether it's a towel to wipe off the sweat while playing Pokemon Go or just another Pikachu plush, the Pokemon Center is a dream come true for any die hard Pokemon trainer. Pokemon fans wishing to trading and battling their Pokemon have also come to the right place. Most Pokemon Centers in Japan have dedicated rooms where fans can release their inner Pokemon Trainer spirit and trade Pokemon with other fans. Let’s go catch ‘em all.
Live out your anime dreams in Japan with one of Japan Deluxe Tours best-selling Anime Tours. We’ll take you to all of the other must-see anime spots during our holiday travel packages, including Akihabara Animate, the world-famous Ghibli Museum and more.
At the Nihonbashi location and Shinsaibashi location are also the 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.
*Please be advised that reservations are limited and may not be available on your leisure day or preferred time. Please contact us for more information.
Enjoy a meal with Pikachu as you enjoy Pokemon-themed foods, drinks, and desserts.
Explore Nintendo World with Mario & friends!
Buy officially licensed goods and products of the characters featured in Weekly Jump
Prepare to be into an endless dream as Demon Slayer
Flagship Nintendo Tokyo store to fulfill all your Nintendo merchandise goods
The Largest Anime Festival in the World
Osaka street festival celebrating cosplay and otaku culture
Museum Designed by Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki in Tokyo
Premier figurine and model kit store and exhibit
Life-size Gundam Model Standing 72 ft Tall
Center of Japan's otaku culture in downtown Tokyo
The video game giant now has an official merchandise store for all your Capcom needs
Adventure of a school girl as she transforms into Sailor Moon
One of the Largest Most Popular Anime Chain Stores in Japan
World biggest game show in Tokyo
Iceborne XR Walk attraction at Universal Studios Japan
New and used games and other merchandise such as anime song & video software, figures!
Giant Godzilla head in Shinjuku for a spectacular photo op of an iconic character
Naruto was serialized in Shonen Manga magazine in Japan
Dive into the Monster Hunter world and enjoy a few drinks, some food, and game time.
SQUARE ENIX’s game theme cafe
The sacred place of Otaku culture - Anime, Manga, Game, Costume Shops
SAO theme foods and drinks inspired by the characters
One of a kind theme park, combining both movie sets and interactive attractions.
Recover some HP and MP by taking in some Dragon Quest-inspired foods and drinks
the go-to stop for gamers or collectors looking for classic consoles
Tokyo's busiest district and Center of Youth Fashion and Culture
Large shopping mall specializing in anime and character goods
A second life-size Gundam statue, a classic RX-78-2, has been unveiled in Yokohama
Come to Tongari Island and hang out with the Mugiwara Crew!
Official goods shop was opened in Harajyuku
Incredible desserts and extra kawaii street fashion shops
Play arcade games such as fighting games, Space Invaders, and Rampage
Story about "Gon Freecss" challenges the hunter exam to meet his father.
Race around town in true Mario Kart style!
Largest retail store selling toys, novelty goods and stationeries
Highest-quality Attack on Titan VR
Experience the world of miniature models of Sailor Moon, Evangelion and more
The world’s most beautiful digital art museum
Popular game developed and published by Square Enix
Shinkansen - Fastest Safest Train
Konbini are convenient stores that can be found everywhere in Japan
The center of Japan's most extreme teenage cultures and fashion styles
Hello Kitty meets Universal Studios Japan with an exciting attraction and exclusive merchandise.
Sushi dishes are presented to the customers on a conveyor belt
The Tallest Television Broadcastine Tower in The World
First Universal Studios park in Asia; features the Wizarding World of Harry Potter
Exclusive Evangelion products
One of Best Seller Japanese mecha anime television series
One of the 23 city wards of Tokyo and the world's busiest railway station
Incredible desserts and extra kawaii street fashion shops
interactive experience where you can learn the tricks and trade of Japan's ninja
100 Yen Shops have become increasingly popular in recent years.
Themed-Restaurant based on the world of One Piece
Museum offers a historic overview on Japanese animation.
The entrance of Japan’s transportation which is made of red brick
Newly opened observation deck overlooking the Shibuya Scramble Crossing and all of Tokyo.
Interactive Museum on Cup Noodles Where You Can Make Your Original Cup Noodle
The cafe with maids waitresses and treat the customers as their masters