Pokemon Center Shibuya Commemorates its Grand Opening With Brand New Goodies

Pokemon Center Shibuya Commemorates its Grand Opening With Brand New Goodies

Pokemon Center Shibuya will feature Graffiti themed merch, collaboration goodies with Nintendo Tokyo, and special Swarovski crystal collection.

Pokemon Center Shibuya, which will open its doors on November 22nd, will celebrate its grand opening with tons of great merchandise. Said goodies are based on exclusive “Graffiti” themed artwork of the mascot Pikachu and include plushies, clothes, keychains, and more:

As you may have already noticed, Pokemon Center Shibuya will be opening the same day as Nintendo Tokyo. And to celebrate that, Pokemon Center Shibuya will be selling collaboration Mario merch made out of Pokemon sprite art, while Nintendo Tokyo will sell Pokemon merch made up of Mario sprite:

And another collaboration with Swarovski features a brand new and absolutely stunning “Crystal Stone” collection. There’s a large Pikachu decked out in tons of Swarovski crystals, bag charms with Poke Ball and Pikachu motifs, smartphone cases designed with Mewtwo and Mew, and a Pokemon card game deck case made of genuine leather:

Pokemon Center Shibuya

Elsewhere, there’s currently a Pokemon Center London popup store that’s selling strictly Pokemon merchandise. And the only other Nintendo store is located in New York, US.

Recently a stylish 25th anniversary Pikachu watch was revealed, as part of a collaboration between Japanese watch brand BABY-G and The Pokemon Company, which reveals a constant: that great Pikachu merch will continue to flow from our Pokemon Company overlords.

Pokemon Sword and Shield will be released for Nintendo Switch on November 15th. Meanwhile check out a write-up from one of our DualShockers own, in which he claims this will be the series title to reignite his passion for the series. You can preorder Sword here and Shield here.


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