Eevee Pokémon Tamagotchi to be Released by Bandai

23.November.2018 | ANIME&GAME

Bandai have announced they will release two Tamagotchi centred on Eevee from the Pokémon franchise on January 26, 2019. They will be available at major toy shops, department stores and electronic stores in Japan.

Sized at an adorable 4cm in diameter, owners can look forward to raising their very own Eevee. This Pokémon is known by fans for its many elemental evolutions obtainable through various methods throughout the games. For example, when given a Thunder Stone it will evolve into Jolteon, or when levelled up near an Ice Rock it will evolve into Glaceon.

The same goes for your Tamagotchi Eevee. By feeding it, brushing it and through other activities after hatching from its egg you can transform Eevee into one of 8 possible evolutions. Eevee will also show different expressions and behaviours depending on how you treat it. Look after it lots and it will be happy, but ignore it and it will grow timid.

 

Catch your own Eevee-inspired Tamagotchi and raise it into your favourite evolution!

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  • Pokémon is the Theme of UNIQLO’s 2019 Global T-Shirt Design Competition

    13.October.2018 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    Submissions for UNIQLO’s t-shirt design competition UT GRAND PRIX 2019 will open worldwide on October 23. This will be the competition’s 14th run, and the theme is Pokémon. Artists are free to submit their designs from any media from the franchise whether it’s the anime, games or even Pokémon GO.

    The first place winner of the competition will win a cash prize of $10,000 and their winning design will be released under UT’d spring and summer collection in 2019 at UNIQLO stores worldwide and on their online store. T-shirts will be made as a full line-up for men, women and kids.

     

    Additionally, the top three winners will be invited to Tokyo for the award ceremony and also invited to the 2019 Pokémon World Championships taking place in Washington D.C. in the summer of next year.

     

    Submissions are also now being accepted via smartphones and tablets allowing for easier and more accessible participation. More details regarding this year’s UT GRAND PRIX will be made available on the official website in the near future so be sure to keep up to date.

  • Nihonbashi’s Pokémon Café Announces Let’s Go! Pikachu & Eevee Menu

    12.November.2018 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    To celebrate the upcoming release of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee!, the Pokemon Café in Nihonbashi will serve a special themed menu from November 16, 2018 to January 11, 2019.

     

    Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee! are the latest two entries in the Pokemon video game franchise and the first from the series to feature on the Nintendo Switch. They will be released worldwide on November 16, 2018 and will allow users to travel together with either Pikachu or Eevee.

    Pikachu & Eevee Muffin Plate: ¥1,706

    This meal consists of two hearty muffins: the Pikachu one is filled with bacon and egg while the Eevee one contains avocado, tuna and mayo!

    Eevee’s Greedy Plate Set: ¥2,894

    Eevee’s delicious assortment of foods comes as a set with a caramel cheese cake and chocolate float. It also comes served on a special Eevee lunch mat.

    Pokémon Lattes: ¥756 each

    If you love coffee and are a fan of the original 151 Pokémon, then you’ll be excited to know that you can order a latte featuring art of any of the original Pokémon from the Kanto Region. This new latte art option has also been added to the café’s regular menu, so don’t worry if you can’t make it before January 11.

     

    Customers who reserve a table from November on the café’s official website can also receive their own Pokémon Café Eevee Mascot.

     

    Finally, every time you order a drink you’ll receive one of six possible Pokemon Café original coasters chosen randomly, one of which has a secret, undisclosed design.

     

    Celebrate the release of the newest Pokémon games at the Pokémon Café in Nihonbashi!

  • Pikachu & Eevee Themed Pokémon Cafés to Open in Ikebukuro, Osaka Nagoya, Sapporo & Fukuoka

    23.October.2018 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    PARCO are opening five Pokémon themed cafés from October 27 at five The Guest Café & Diner branches across Japan in collaboration with the upcoming Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! games set to release worldwide on the Nintendo Switch on November 16, 2018.

    Pikachu Doria / Eevee Doria: ¥1,290 Each

    These two cute Pikachu and Eevee dishes are designed to look like Poké Balls. Mix the two sauces to create a doria! Who will you pick as your Pokémon partner?

     

    Dragonite’s Hyper Beam Ramen: ¥1,390

    This satisfying salt ramen bowl is topped with shrimp fritters. Mix with your TM Hyper Beam themed condiments for maximum deliciousness.

    Pewter City Gym Beef Stew w/ Boulder Badge Sticker: ¥1,690

    The ingredients on this plate of beef stew recreate Brock’s rocky gym in Pewter City.

     

    Pikachu Pudding / Eevee Pudding: ¥1,390 Each

    Pikachu and Eevee are all dressed up for these two puddings: Pikachu has a smart bow-tie on while Eevee is looking cute with flowery hair decorations. Both come coupled with a selection of fruits. It’s too hard to pick…

     

    Sleeping Snorlax’s Glass Parfait: ¥1,290

    This parfait is made with ice cream, mousse and mango purin. You’d better eat it quick before Snorlax wakes up!

     

    Pikachu Iced Latte / Eevee Iced Latte: ¥890 Each

    Check out those hairstyles! What’s the occasion…?

    Customers will be gifted a paper luncheon mat of the Kanto region with original artwork when they arrive at the café. There will be a merchandise shop too decked out with acrylic key rings, pin badges, smartphone cases and more – also all with original artwork.

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  • Cute Pikachu, Mew, Eeevee and Snorlax Blush & Powder Release in Pokémon Cosmetic Series

    09.September.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    The next set of beauty items in the popular Pokémon Cosmetic Series has finally been revealed: the Pokémon Cheek and Pokémon Pressed Powder will be released on September 10. The line-up includes Pikachu, Eevee, Mew, and Snorlax.

    Pokémon Cheek – ¥1,300 (Before Tax)

    The Pokémon Cheek is a cream-type blush that spreads smoothly on your skin without any stickiness. It’s comfortable on the skin and is durable. It also contains micropearls and so gives your skin a natural shine.

    It comes in four colours: Pikachu Milky Pink, Eevee Rose Pink, Snorlax Coral Pink, and finally Mew Pearl White which brightens your natural skin tone. The blush comes as a stick and so is ncie and easy to apply and carry around.

    Pokémon Pressed Powder – ¥1,500 (Before Tax)

    The pressed powder comes with its very own powder puff featuring a cute original design. The powder is mixed with minerals that are gentle on the skin as well as collagen. It leaves your face looking smooth and natural without any unwanted shiny patches.

    Pick from four different colours: Pikachu Pink which brightens natural skin colour, Eevee Mint which elevates transparency, Snorlax Yellow which conceals blemished, and Mew Purple which brings out transparency and shimmer.

     

    When out there in the wild catching Pokémon, why not look good at the same time? Be sure to check out the Pokémon Cosmetic Series, and stay tuned for any new products that are released.

  • Gamers! Rally Your Teammates For A New Quest: TOKYO GAME SHOW

    05.September.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    The TOKYO GAME SHOW is in a league of its own. It is a mecca for gamers who cannot get enough of Japanese games and entertainment. This is where Japan’s major game publishers from all kinds of platforms unite to put on an enormous exhibition. 

    This includes the opportunity to explore games that are yet to be released as well as hear new announcements about the direction developers are steering the future of gaming. There’s no lagging behind. This is a major event for the gaming industry, raking in leagues of heroes every year. 

    On August 28, a total of 2,417 game booths were announced, which is the largest number the event has ever seen in its history. This event is home to games on a range of platforms including for console, smartphone and PC. The enormous variety of genres includes the most cutting-edge and latest trends including Esports, VR and much more.

     

    For those of you who love cosplay, this event is your chance to finally meet your fantasy. The outside area of Hall 9 will have a Cosplaying Area Stage where two events will take place: a cosplay fashion show and a gathering. 

    On Saturday 14th, Hall 1 event stage will hold the Cosplay Collection Night@2019 event where participants and event staff will take over the stage in game character cosplay. Spectating is free, so feel free to watch as each cosplayer dominates the entire stage, showing off their excellent craftsmanship and skills as they walk the runway and strike a pose definitely worth saving in your highlights! 

     

    On Sunday 15th at 2:30 pm, cosplayers will take to the stage in units of two or more to put on a dance or combat show that you just cannot critically miss out on. 

     

    Schedule:

    September 14 (Sat)  From 12:00 ー Cosplay Runway  From 15:30 ー Cosplay Runway

    September 15 (Sun) From 13:30 ー Cosplay Runway From 14:30 ー Cosplay Dance and Combat Shows From 15:30 ー Cosplay Runway

    The Gathering is where cosplayers can interact with one another and have photos taken ー the perfect opportunity to send those friend requests. On September 14, a gathering dedicated to the Final Fantasy Tales Series will take place on the Cosplay Area Stage. On September 15, there will be gatherings for the Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors series.

     

    Schedule:

    September 14  13:00-13:30 Final Fantasy Series Gathering  14:00-15:00 Final Fantasy Tales Series Gathering 

    September 15 12:30-13:00 Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors Series Gathering

    More information on the exhibitions, booths and events will be announced on the morning of September 12 so please check it out. 

     

    There is no better way to multi kill your time than to spend the entire day at TOKYO GAME SHOW 2019 ー get your tickets and GLHF!

  • Baskin-Robbins Extends Pokémon Collaboration and Releases Free Goods Scheme

    20.August.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    As we know, Baskin-Robbins released their first ever Pokémon-themed ice creams to celebrate the brand new Pokémon movie Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution. The collaboration, which is currently taking place, was going to end on August 30th. However, the collaboration period has been extended to September 13th, 2019 due to popular demand.

     

    Find out more here: Baskin-Robbins Releases Pokémon Ice Creams, Sorbets and Cakes

    Furthermore, from September 1 they are introducing a new scheme where those who purchase the Pokémon Double Cup will receive an original BR Pokémon-themed clear file for free. 

    The clear file comes in two very cute designs. There are a limited number of these files, so get your hands on them before they run out.

    * The current size upgrade discount scheme (Turn your Small Double into a Regular Double for an extra ¥100) will end on August 30th. 

     

    Enjoy a never ending Pokémon summer with Baskin-Robbins! 

     

     

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  • Tokyo’s Pokémon Cafe Unveils Halloween Themed Menu Line-Up

    19.August.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    The Pokémon Cafe in Nihonbashi, Tokyo has revealed its Halloween food and drink line-up for the spooky season which will arrive early on September 7 be served until October 31.

     

    The cafe is known for always having a cute selection of meals and beverages inspired by each season. So, what do they have in store for Halloween 2019?

    Pikachu’s Greedy Halloween Plate 2019 – ¥1,706 (w/ Plate ¥2,894)

    This year’s Halloween plate features Pikachu wearing a witch’s hat. This filling plate features a pumpkin salad, spaghetti and more. Plenty to keep you going until the late-night candy snacking!

    Discovering Celebi!? Oak Forest Pesto Pasta – ¥1,706

    This adorable and healthy, vegetable-packed Celebi dish includes basil flavoured short pasta and a cute.

    Zorua’s Halloween Roast Beef Burger – ¥1,706

    This hearty burger is packed with a generous serving of roast beef. You’d best not leave a crumb or Zorua might play a trick on you!

    When ordering a drink at the cafe you’ll receive one of six possible coasters. One of the designs is being kept a secret!

    And for the duration of the Halloween event, there’s also a limited-edition lunch mat and clear coaster to get your hands on. These are limited in stock so you’ll want to catch ’em all quickly! And don’t forget, you have to book a table in advance to dine at the Pokémon Cafe.

     

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  • Pikachu Outbreak 2019: Day One Report Of This Year’s Event – MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON

    08.August.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FEATURES / SPOT

    The Pikachu army has returned again this year for Pikachu Outbreak 2019 which is running from August 6 to 12 in Minato Mirai, Yokohama. This year, the event also features an evening show which takes advantage of Minato Mirai’s gorgeous nightscape and couples it with exciting lighting technology.

     

    We visited the first day of the event with Chinese talent Etsuna and 7-year-old Yuugo-kun. Here’s our report!

    Upon arrival at Minato Mirai Station we were immediately met by lots of Pikachu decorations and event advertisements. And when you go through the ticket gate it plays Pikachu’s cry! If you’re visiting the event this year then be sure to listen out.

    There are lots of Pikachu to spot after leaving the ticket gates, so be sure to try finding them all.

    We alighted at Minato Mirai Station and headed straight to Rinko Park.

    When we hit the park we were greeted by a huge balloon Pikachu!

    There’s lots of other Pokémon to catch too, such as Lapras, Psyduck, and many other popular names.

    This tiny Pikachu was so cute.

     

    There are food trucks set up by the Pokémon Cafe for the event at Rinko Park so you can get your hands on some food, drinks, and ice pops.

    The Pikachu designs on the trucks are super kawaii♡

    Pikachu Pineapple Ice Bar – ¥500 (Tax Included)

    The ice pops they sell comes with one of four possible Pikachu facial expressions. They’re given randomly.

    They’re so cute they seem a waste to eat!

    Pikachu Orange Lemonade Soda – ¥500 (Tax Included)

    The drink cups have Pikachu designs too, even the lids.

    Wherever you look there’s a Pikachu, so you can take pictures literally everywhere.

     

    After we had strolled around Rinko Park, we headed to Nippon Maru Memorial Park. Usually when you visit this park they have huge boats on display but for Pikachu Outbreak, the Pikachu have swarmed the area.

    There are lots of walls with various Pokémon illustrations on them around Nippon Maru Memorial Park, such as Ho-Oh’s wings and a Pikachu balloon. They are scattered here and there, so make sure to find all of these too!

     

    Below is where you can watch the Pikachu march wearing illuminating LED costumes.

    Even the Ferris wheel at Yokohama Cosmo World was lit up with Pokémon motifs―the Pikachu and Poké Ball ones in particular were beautiful.

    After a little while, several Pikachu arrived on a boat to greet everyone. And then…

    …out came the LED Pikachu! Their synchronised pattering walk was beyond adorable. They even danced.

    But the fun doesn’t stop there. If you head to Queen’s Square Yokohama right next to Nippon Maru Memorial Park then you’ll catch the Eevee march too. Their cute pattering walks too are enough to heal your soul♡

     

    What we’ve shown you is just a snippet of the fun happening this year―there are many other exciting events happening for Pikachu Outbreak 2019.

    Photos: CHIHIRO (@chiicd5)

     

    These last photos were taken at the show in Grand Mall Park at Yokohama Art Museum which makes stunning use of projection mapping. The Pikachu don their LED costumes and perform an incredible light show for the crowd.

     

    For more details on each event check out the official website. Pikachu Outbreak is a fun day out for kids and adults alike, so enjoy this year’s event and be careful not to catch heatstroke.

  • New Snorlax & Poké Ball Meals Arriving at the Pokémon Cafe in Nihonbashi

    06.August.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    The Pokémon Cafe in Nihonbashi is introducing a new Snorlax plate―inspired by the huge Snorlax that is sitting outside Pokémon Center Tokyo DX―and Poké Ball dessert bowl to its menu on August 10. These will be served with certain dishes in the cafe and can also be bought as merchandise there too so you can use them at home.

    Snorlax’s Stomach-Filling Afternoon Nap Lunch Plate – ¥1,922 (Tax Included)

    If you want a satisfied belly like Snorlax then you’ll want to order the hearty lunch plate. And after that you can take a nice afternoon nap. Just make sure not to block any routes or anything!

    I Choose You!! Poké Ball Dessert Bowl – ¥1,706 (Tax Included)

    What does it look like inside the Poké Ball? It’s being kept a secret by the Pokémon Cafe so you can only know if you visit! What kind of Pokémon could be sleeping inside…?

    Ingredients: Berry flavoured jelly, strawberry spongecake, strawberries, wafers, whipped cream, crepe, mint

    Pokémon Café Snorlax Plate – ¥2,160 (Tax Included)

    Pokémon Café Poké Ball Donburi Bowl – ¥2,160 (Tax Included)

    If you want your own Snorlax plate or Poké Ball bowl then keep in mind that supplies at the cafe are limited. And don’t forget that you must make a reservation at the cafe if you want to dine there.

     

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  • Third Pokémon Smart Device Collaboration Launched by CASETiFY

    04.August.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

    CASETiFY is a global lifestyle brand established in LA that has enjoyed hugely popularity with celebrities and influences around the world for their services that enable you to customise your digital devices from smartphones to Apple Watches and more.

     

    The company launched its “Day & Night” themed collaboration with Pokémon back in May. The third collection in the line has finally been unveiled which will be released worldwide on August 15 at 10:00pm (JST).

     

    1st Collaboration: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/206562

    2nd Collaboration: https://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/229807

    For the third collection, CASETiFY has New York and London-based artist duo Craig & Karl. Titled “The Icons by Craig & Karl,” the new collection incorporates the two artist’s signature style and shines the spotlight on four Pokémon―Pikachu, Charmander, Bulbasaur and Squirtle―and three Poké Balls.

    Pokémon Trainers out there can choose from CASETiFY’s signature Impact Case, the DTLA Case, and for this third collaboration, the Floaty Glitter Case, and there’s a bunch of cool tech accessories too with limited-edition designs. You also have the option to put your name on your case.

     

    Back when the second drop launched on July 10, CASETiFY set up a waiting list which gave people priority access to purchase these limited edition items before they sold out. The waiting list surpassed a whopping 90,000 people. The waiting list has returned for the third drop which you can sign up to right now.

    As a fan of the Pokémon franchise, Craig Redman of the artist duo spoke about how enjoyable it was to be able to collaborate with Pokémon on this project and implement their signature style. He also praised the customisable aspect of the collection which he said can bring you closer to Pokémon.

    This marks the final drop of the CASETiFY & Pokémon Day & Night collection which you can also catch at pop-up shops in Tokyo, London, Paris, Los Angeles, and the Landmark shopping mall in Hong Kong.

     

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  • Pokémon Design Manholes to Begin Appearing All Across Japan

    02.August.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    The Pokémon Company has announced its plans to begin placing more Poké Lid manholes across Japan. To date there have been appearances of them in Ibusuki in Kagoshima Prefecture and within 13 towns and villages of Iwate Prefecture, but that number is about to skyrocket.

     

    Hokkaido, Fukushima Prefecture, Tottori Prefecture and Kanagawa Prefecture are all participating in the Pokémon Local Acts programme which will see an increase of Poké Lids this fall and winter. But it doesn’t stop there as there are plans to expand the number even further going into 2020. This is the first nationwide manhole design project of its kind to ever hit Japan.

    Each lid features completely original Pokémon designs making each individual one the only one in the world. The Pokémon Company plans to make each one of them PokéStops for Pokémon GO in the future.

    In line with the upcoming Pikachu Outbreak event in the Minato Mirai area of Yokohama, which is taking place from August 6, five Pikachu manhole covers will be placed around Yokohama on August 5. Only one of the designs has been revealed as pictured above, and this one will be placed in front of Sakuragichō Station. The remaining four will only be placed for a limited time―until September 1 this year―around Minato Mirai. The locations will be announced on the official website.

     

    Most of the Poké Lids are cast iron and are carefully handcrafted by artisans in a factory in Saga Prefecture. The use of craft iron allows room for intricate detail from the thickness of the lines to the angles and colours.

     

    Make sure to be on the lookout for Poké Lids when visiting in Japan in the future. Their locations will be posted on the official website once they have been placed.

     

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  • Baskin-Robbins Releases Pokémon Ice Creams, Sorbets and Cakes

    01.August.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD / Uncategorized

    Whether you’re exploring Japan with your adult pals or on a family holiday with young kids, Pokémon fans from all generations cannot deny that treating yourself to Pokémon ice cream is the golden razz you need in this heat. 

    From August 1 to 30, 2019, Baskin-Robbins will run a collaboration scheme with Pokémon to celebrate the release of the new Pokémon movie Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution. This involves the release of BR’s first ever Pokémon-themed ice creams.

    Pikachu Thunderbolt: Fruit Mix (price for single scoop, regular size: ¥390 after tax) *prices may vary,

    Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution was released earlier this summer and there is no better opportunity to maximise your Pokémon experience than to indulge in the luxurious taste of Baskin-Robbins ice cream that has been combined with your favourite Pokémon with a beauty that no Pokémon fusion generator is possible of producing!

    Pokémon Double Cup

    Pikachu has arrived at Baskin Robins in the form of a sorbet, which is appropriately coloured yellow. The fruity sorbet flavours include pineapple, yellow peach, banana, apple and orange. This is decorated with bright red studs of delicious popping candy which look like Pikachu’s cheeks. This is the first ever Pikachu sorbet to ever be sold at Baskin-Robbins.

     

    BR also introduced a promotion scheme where those who purchase a Small Double-size ice cream (¥490 after tax)  can upgrade it to a Regular Double size for just an extra ¥100. Your ice cream will be served in a Pokémon-themed cup and you can even pick your favourite cup design out of the three available to maximise your ice cream experience.

     

    Customers who order the Double Cup will receive a Pikachu spoon for each cup ordered. There are three different Pokémon spoon designs. Which one will you get? Hurry over to your nearest Baskin-Robbins to collect them all!

    Pokémon Variety Pack

    Small 6 pack: ¥1,550 Small 12 pack : ¥2,990 Regular six pack: ¥2,130 Regular 12 pack: ¥4,140 *All prices tax included and are subject to change. 

    Want them all? The variety pack is perfect for those of you who want a selection to eat while on the go. The Pokémon-themed box is filled with rainbows of colours and all your favourite Pokémon, however, it is only available for a limited time. When you and your friends need a break from catching Pokémon, this is the perfect way to get refreshed.

    Finally, don’t miss out on BR’s legendary Pikachu and Eevee ice cream cakes. The Pikachu Cake features BR’s popular “Popping Shower” ice cream, which is a fusion of white chocolate and popping candy. This is wrapped in yellow strawberry-flavoured whipped cream. Pikachu’s rounded chocolate eyes and red cheeks are enough to charm you. 

    Pokémon Ice Cream Cake (Pikachu/ Eevee): ¥3,300 after tax *prices may vary, a variety of sizes are available

    The Eevee Cake will stare at you with cute chocolate eyes. Eevee is wrapped in milk chocolate whipped cream and is wearing a caramel ribbon. Complete your cakes by placing the ears on by yourself. 

     

    Maximise your Pokémon experience by watching the new Pokémon movie and indulging in Baskin-Robbin’s legendary Pokémon ice creams.

     

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  • Team Rocket Take Over Pokémon GO Twitter Account

    31.July.2019 | ANIME&GAME

    Team Rocket jacked the official English and Japanese accounts for Pokémon GO from July 28 to 29. During that time they showed off their many nefarious activities.

    They garnered over 150,000 retweet with their posts which included everything from the rules of the organisation, the Pokémon they use, recruitment to the team and more.

    Team Rocket also occupied every Pokémon GO Pokéspot on July 28 from 4pm to 5pm local time. As of now, it seems like they are not occupying any more Pokéspots, but their activity is being investigated. According to a post believed to have been written by the Pokémon GO Rocket boss, the organisation seems to have plans to strike again in the future. Trainers are advised to be cautious when out there in the wild.

  • Pikachu Outbreak 2019: All the Details You Need For This Year’s Event

    22.July.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    More information has been released for this year’s Pikachu Outbreak event which is set to take place in Yokohama’s Minato Mirai area from August 6 to 12.

     

    The event has been held every summer since 2014 and sees countless Pikachu come together and put on shows, parades, performances and more. Over 2,000 Pikachu are scheduled to be released into the wild in Minato Mirai this year.

    The Streets of Minato Mirai x Pikachu

    The army of Pikachu will be dressed in outfits equipped with LED lights to put on colourful illuminated show in front of Yokohama Art Museum using projection mapping.

     

    Running: August 6, 2019 – August 12, 2019

    Time: ①19:10~ / ②20:35~

    *The show will run at 20:35 only on August 9 and 10

    Location: Grand Mall Park (in front of  Yokohama Art Museum)

     

    The Seas of Minato Mirai x Pikachu

    Look forward to a magical evening performance of Pikachu and water fountains with Yokohama Bay and Bay Bridge providing the backdrop.

     

    Running: August 6, 2019 – August 12, 2019

    Time: ①18:55~ / ②19:50~ / ③20:45~

    Location: Red Brick Warehouse Park

     

    The Forests of Minato Mirai x Pikachu

    Enjoy an incredible performance featuring the biggest number of Pikachu to date against the backdrop of Minato Mirai’s skyscraper nightscape inside a green space.

     

    Running: August 6, 2019 – August 12, 2019

    Time: ①18:55~ / ②19:50~ / ③20:45~

    Location: Rinko Park

     

    Pikachu Parade & Eevee Parade

    Don’t miss the cute parades of Pikachu and Eevee as they march to the rhythm of the beat!

     

    Pikachu Parade

    Running: August 6, 2019 – August 12, 2019

    Time: ①18:55~ / ②19:50~ / ③20:45~

    Location: Nippon Maru Memorial Park

     

    Eevee Parade

    Running: August 6, 2019 – August 12, 2019

    Time: ①18:55~ / ②19:50~ / ③20:45~

    Location: Queen’s Square YOKOHAMA Queen’s Mall

     

    POKÉGENIC

    Dotted around the streets of Minato Mirai you will find hidden art and decorations. Catch ’em all and snap some photos!

     

    Running: August 6, 2019 – August 12, 2019

    Locations: Sail Training Ship Nippon Maru, MARK IS, Navios Yokohama, and elsewhere

    *Please be aware of your surroundings when taking photographs.

     

    Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Digital Stamp Rally

    The event is hosting a digital stamp rally on the streets of Minato Mirai. There are nine rally points in total. Those who collect three or more stamps will receive an original phone wallpaper and those who collect all nine can enter a lottery for a chance to win a Pokémon Centre gift set.

     

    Running: August 6, 2019 – August 12, 2019

     

    The menu for the Drink & Ice Shop by Pokémon Cafe has also been revealed where Pokémon Trainers can look forward to eating some ice candy and drinking lemonade amongst trying plenty of other summery treats.

    Pikachu’s Pine Ice Bar – ¥500 (Tax Included) *4 designs available, all chosen randomly

    Pikachu’s Orange Lemonade Soda – ¥500 (Tax Included)

    Pikachu’s Mango & Pine Tapioca Drink – ¥600 (Tax Included)

    If you return your cup after ordering a drink at the shop you’ll receive an original sticker.

     

    There is lots to look forward to at this year’s Pikachu Outbreak. Be sure to check the official website for more details.

     

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  • Pokémon Cosmetic Series: New Slowpoke and Mew Face Masks Released

    16.July.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FEATURES

    The Pokemon cosmetic series has been a huge success in Japan since it launched, with over 600,000 products sold from its collection which has spanned face masks, lip cream, hand cream, lip gloss, point packs, mirrors, and body gel. Their popularity has spread across the web and on social media. They are available to purchase at airports and variety shops in Japan and have proven popular as souvenirs from Japan. Sales also spread to Taiwan in April this year where they are now available to purchase.

    The face masks sold previously were an especially successful hit enjoying a sold out stock. Four new face masks were just released on July 13 which include Slowpoke and Mew designs for the first time.

    As a Pokémon Trainer it’s important to keep your skin moisturized while you’re out in the wild catching ‘em all. The masks were created by cosmetic brrand Lovisia and contain a mix of collagen, hyaluronic acid and shea butter. They have a sweet soap scent and are sure to be a hit on your Instagram feed when you put one on and turn into a cute Pokémon!

    Designs include the classic Pikachu and Eevee and the newly-introduced Slowpoke and Mew for a seriously kawaii lineup.

    Stay looking good while you’re walking through the tall grass and encountering Pokémon with this new face mask collection!

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