Tokyo Station’s Pokémon Store & Tokyo Gourmet Zone Announce Collaborative Event

04.July.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

Tokyo Gourmet Zone in Tokyo Station’s First Avenue shopping complex turned 1 year old on June 28. To celebrate its 1st anniversary, the station’s Pokémon Store located along Tokyo Character Street is teaming up with Tokyo Gourmet Zone to host a Pokémon-themed event where you can meet Pikachu, get your hands on original merchandise, and more.

From July 13th to 15th at 11:00-15:00, if you order a soft drink or dessert at participating restaurants in Tokyo Gourmet Zone you can receive the above-pictured 1st anniversary lunch mat with a Pikachu design. These are limited to 1,000 per day on a first-come, first-served basis.

You can also get a photo with Pikachu on the same three days. Your photo will be printed with an original photo frame.

Over at the photo spot, you can get your photo taken next to 278 Pokémon plush toys. This is running right now until September 1 and includes Pokémon No. 001-251 in the Pokédex and all 28 forms of Unown.

Several restaurants at Tokyo Gourmet Zone are also serving special meals in celebration of the 1st anniversary. These are available now until July 31.

 

Head to Tokyo Gourmet Zone and help Pikachu in celebrating their first year!

 

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    A new series of 1/20 size Pokémon figures are set to be released featuring Pokémon from Pokémon Sword and Shield. The series includes the “Pokémon Scale World Galar Region,” “Pokémon Scale World Galar Region Set,” and “Pokémon Scale World Galar Rillaboom,” all of which are set to drop in September 2020.

     

    What is Pokémon Scale World?

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    Pokémon Scale World Galar Region

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  • Pokémon the Movie: Coco Promoted With Merchandise Prize Campaign

    07.May.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD / MOVIE

    FIRST BAKING CO., LTD. launched a campaign in Japan last Friday where Pokémon Trainers can win an assortment of fun and exciting merchandise for the upcoming Pokémon movie Pocket Monsters the Movie: Coco which is set for release on July 10, 2020.

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    Pokémon Bread 

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    Competition Period
    Applications: May 1, 2020 at 00:00 (JST) to July 3, 2020 at 23:59 (JST)

    Campaign Logo Period: May 1, 2020 to June 30, 2020

     

    Prizes & No. of People

    A Prize: Original Large Pokémon Card Folder (2,500 Available)

    B Prize: Original Parent & Child Tote Bags (1,000 Available)

    Runner Up Prize: Set of 3 Tumblers w/ Straws (100 People)

    *Photos are for illustrative purposes only

     

     

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  • Pokémon Clothing Collection Releasing This Spring From GiRLS by PEACH JOHN

    23.April.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

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