Watch this clever hamster smash her way through the game, complete with an adorable detour down the pipe.
Nintendo friends old and new are here to add some fun to your LINE messages.
Good news single people! There are now Pokémon Go matchmaking events in Japan!
Equipped with his very own hands-free Poké-Han device, Nick was able to catch a rare Farfetch’d Pokémon he’d never seen before.
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.
Japanese gamers weigh in on the device, sharing their first impressions.
Nintendo’s shares on the Japanese stock market dropped by 18 percent on Monday, and is dropping as much as six percent on Tuesday, after Nintendo issued a report last Friday.
From Squirtle to Jigglypuff and Lickitung, now you can see what your favourite character would look like as a PokéGirl pin-up model!
Three Pikachu and 15 other types of Pokémon were discovered in this well-known Tokyo park in just 30 minutes!
Go back in time with these cool retro Pokémon stamps now available for Line.
Our Japanese reporter Mr. Sato visited these seven well-known tourist spots and captured 88 Pokémon in six hours.
The message from the creators also includes safety advice for gamers in Japan.
From parks to university campuses and even a Sega building, here are some of the new Pokémon Go gym locations players have been finding around the country.
Pokémon Go has officially launched in Japan along with the announcement that “poke-stops” and “gyms” are now located in the nearly 3,000 McDonald’s stores around Japan.
A Japanese government cybersecurity organization has launched a safety campaign warning of the dangers of Pokémon Go.
Because if there’s one place you’d expect to find a rare Pokémon, it would have to be at their home in Tokyo.
But the company has made a puzzling choice about its star character.
China’s knock-off game has a number of surprisingly similar elements and characters that look weirdly like the originals from Pokémon Go.
Even though Pokémon GO is not yet available to download in Asia, there have been rumours of people playing in South Korea and China. Could this be true?