This restaurant-machine fusion is one small step for vending, one giant leap for vending-machine-kind.
And no, it does not taste like chicken.
The most sinister Pokémon of all crashes the Pikachu Outbreak festivities.
It takes a big Poké Ball to catch a giant Pokémon.
And you thought living with your roommate was awkward.
Pokémon in the sky in Yokohama!
Unbeatable deal in Yokohama includes full-course meal and your choice from over one hundred yukata and obi sash patterns.
Men told to move to the back of the shopping complex rather than use a perfectly good toilet inside the restaurant.
Looks like nothing we’d ever have imagined, tastes like something we could only have dreamed of.
Makes train ride feel like an adventure, passengers feel like victorious heroes.
Fans are keeping their fingers crossed about this summer’s “Not Just Pikachu Pikachu Outbreak” event.
Hello Kitty’s frog buddy sits with lonely diners, entices with adorable, delicious food and drinks.
In an instance of “reverse importation,” the American eatery’s noodle soup will soon be featured at Japan’s preeminent ramen museum.
Mr. Sato visits a virtually abandoned station that continues to operate in Yokohama.
Weakest, most delicious Pokémon returns for encore appearance in Tokyo and Yokohama.
But the situation might not be as bad as it sounds.
Successive deaths have lead some to wonder if the fourth floor is cursed.
This new eatery is transporting diners to another world with its special menu and atmospheric rooms.
Well, wet and adorable, anyway.
It turns out there are two species to see at the awesome Pokémon event.