In Japan, Nintendo has turned the Tokyo Metro into a Pokémon World Map

20 years after the release of the first games on Game Boy, franchise Pokémon is still popular around the world. Proof is with the release of two new games "Let's go, Pikachu!" and "Let's Go, Evoli!" provided on the new console Nintendo Switch next November. And to celebrate the release of these two new games, Nintendo decided to do things big on his homeland, in Japan.

À Tokyo, the brand has literally transformed the metro to immerse passengers in the heart of the Pokémon universe. On the ground, we can see the famous world map well-known game lovers. Different posters of Pokémon were also glued on the doors and the walls of the subway, staging the most famous of them, like Pikachu or elseEevee.

For those who are currently passing through Tokyo, the trains decorated for the occasion cover the lines Ginza and Marunochi. An initiative that will undoubtedly be the happiness of fans of the franchise around the world.

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