Get inspired for creative style tips as the characters are brought to life in this collection of Pokémon Boys!
Announcements revealed the price point and game details that suggest you’ll soon be able to do more than just tutor a Japanese high school girl in her room.
Shinjuku Station has been transformed for a limited time with anime girls on pylons and stages and huge animated digital LED displays!
For a special accessory that is supposed to complement the game, people sure are negative about it.
The impressive five-piece handmade set also includes an adorable Slime!
The intriguing story is making news around the country.
The Pikashoe is one of more than a hundred creatures currently being captured in the colourful sneaker Pokédex.
Watch this clever hamster smash her way through the game, complete with an adorable detour down the pipe.
We take a look at thecacera pacifica, known as the “Pikachu sea slug” in Japan, which many say is the real-life inspiration for the Pokémon character.
Japanese net users weigh in on the similarities between the Shiba Inu pup and the Evolution Pokémon.
Korean netizens unearth a Korean mobile game that seems to be a blatant ripoff of the wildly popular Pokémon Go, except it predates Niantic’s megahit by five years.
He’s caught ’em all in the U.S., Europe, Hong Kong and Australia, and now we get to find out what the gamer’s been up to in Japan, the birthplace of Pokémon.
This touching four-panel artwork is making people cry around the Internet.
Come with us as we introduce you to ten weird and wonderful mixed-breed Pokémon making trainers laugh around the country.
The super heavyweight sleeping Pokémon is now available overseas!
Some Chinese Pokémon Go players have apparently teamed up to conquer the in-game gym located in Tokyo’s infamous Yasukuni Shrine.
The Guinness World record-holding game joins up with the Guinness World record-holding rice paddy to create a Dragon Quest artwork on a massive scale.
One of Japan’s most famous gamers tops all other performances we’ve ever seen by marching and drumming up a storm, clearing the song without looking at the screen.