Japan doesn’t disappoint when it comes to PokÃ©mon. If you’ve shopped at PokÃ©mon Center in Shibuya and seen these cool manhole cover popping up across the country, here’s another experience you can add to your list. Pocket Monster fans can now stay overnight in a PokÃ©mon-themed hotel room in Mimaru Hotels.
Special rooms are available at Mimaru locations in Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka and have plenty of surprises in store. Each room is equipped with a kitchenette, dining area and plenty of PokÃ©mon amenities.
Perfect for large groups or families, the rooms can accommodate up to six people and feature images of first-generation PokÃ©mon on the walls, including Squirtle, Bulbasaur, and Dragonite. There are also PokÃ©balls printed on the dining table and linens, and each bedroom comes equipped with a giant Snorlax plush that can double as a cuddly companion.
The kitchenette area is equipped with PokÃ©ball tableware and you will receive a special gift upon check-in. For stays through June 30, the gift includes a PokÃ©ball drawstring bag, a Pikachu welcome card, and two hand towels with exclusive PokÃ©mon designs.
For stays from July 1, the gift will turn into an eco-friendly bag, luggage tag and welcome cards. Designs vary depending on the hotel.
While only one PokÃ©mon gift set is awarded per room, it is available for sale at 1,650 should you wish to collect additional keepsakes from your stay.
In Tokyo, PokÃ©mon rooms can be found in Mimaru hotels in Ueno and Ginza considering that the Kyoto sites are Shinmachi sanjo, Kyoto Station and Nishinotoin Takatsuji. In Osaka, there is currently only one Mimaru hotel in Namba. You can get a closer look at a PokÃ©mon room in the Ueno Hotel with this 360 degree tour.
Rooms are available from 35,700 per night – more details here.
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