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Upcoming Episodes

New titles are revealed in various publications such as: TV guides, childrens' magazines, anime magazines, promotional posters and videos, official websites and official television programs. Titles and their translations are added to our episode guide and the chart below when the titles are revealed.
Date Title(s)
Aug 24 2019 Flag SMUL 26: Aiming for the Top Floor!
Aim for the Top Floor! The Explosive Dragon Gym!!
Aug 25 2019 Flag SM 136: 燃え上がる炎!ライバルはひとりじゃない!!
Rising Fire! There's More Than One Rival!!
Aug 31 2019 Flag SMUL 27: A High-Speed Awakening!
Superspeed Kuwagannon! The Awakening of Māmane!!
Sep 01 2019 Flag SM 137: 無敗の帝王グズマ!
Guzma the Undefeated!
Sep 07 2019 Flag SMUL 28: The One that Didn't Get Away!
Suiren Hooks a Kyogre?!
Sep 08 2019 Flag SM 138: 決勝戦!最強ライバル対決!!
The Finals! The Ultimate Rival Showdown!!
Sep 14 2019 Flag SMUL 29: A Recipe for Success!
Mao's Valiant Effort! The Forest Pokémon Café!!
Sep 21 2019 Flag SMUL 30: Spying for the Guy!
You're Being Watched! The Rocket Gang's Alola Forms!!
Sep 28 2019 Flag SMUL 31: A Fiery Training Camp Trick!
Master the Z-Move! Kaki's Fierce Boot Camp!!
Jul 08

Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield - Press Release - July 8th, 2019

Posted by Sunain | July 8th 2019 at 12:35 PM EDT
Tags: Press Release, YouTube, Nintendo Switch, Pokémon Sword, Pokémon Shield
Comments: 0
The Pokémon Company International revealed details today about the Gigantamax phenomenon in the highly anticipated upcoming video games Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. Newly discovered Pokémon, details about the Galar Pokémon League, and more were also revealed. Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield launch November 15, 2019, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch system. High resolution artwork and screenshots from the press release have been added to an Imageboard thread.


Newly Discovered Pokémon and Details about the Galar Pokémon League Also Announced ​​​​​​​

Gigantamax Pokémon
The previously discovered phenomenon known as Dynamaxing can only occur in specific areas of the Galar region. While Dynamaxing seems to be a phenomenon common to Pokémon from Galar, it’s been discovered that there’s a special phenomenon known as Gigantamaxing. Not only do Gigantamax Pokémon become bigger, but their appearance also changes. Like normal Dynamaxing, Gigantamaxing boosts the power of the Pokémon—and it also allows each Gigantamax Pokémon to use a unique move known as a G-Max Move. Each G-Max Move is particular to a specific species of Gigantamax Pokémon, and regular Dynamax Pokémon are not able to use G-Max Moves. Only certain species of Pokémon can Gigantamax—and even among such species, only rare specimens will be able to Gigantamax. The majority of Pokémon will keep their usual appearance when they Dynamax. Two Pokémon species revealed to have Gigantamaxing capabilities today are Drednaw and Corviknight.

Gigantamax Drednaw

Gigantamax Drednaw
Type: Water/Rock
Height: 78′9″+
Weight: Unknown
Ability: Strong Jaw / Shell Armor

The power of Gigantamaxing has allowed Drednaw to stand on its hind legs and become bipedal. From its standing position, it can come crashing down on opposing Pokémon and crush them with its massive body. Drednaw normally keeps its neck retracted within its shell, but when it attacks, it can rapidly shoot its neck out. Its jaws are also incredibly strong and can easily bite through huge metal towers. The strength of its jaws combined with the force of its neck gives Drednaw the power to punch a hole through a rocky mountain in a single strike. Water-type moves used by Gigantamax Drednaw will change to G-Max Stonesurge. G-Max Stonesurge doesn’t just deal damage to an opponent—it will scatter sharp rocks around the opponent and cause Pokémon entering the battlefield to take damage.

Gigantamax Drednaw

Gigantamax Corviknight
Type: Flying/Steel
Height: 45′11″+
Weight: Unknown
Ability: Pressure/Unnerve

Corviknight uses its massive wings to catch updrafts created by Gigantamax energy to hover in the air while it battles. The armor on its body has been reinforced, so attacks from Pokémon on the ground barely have any effect. Gigantamax energy has caused the armor covering Corviknight’s wings to separate and become blade birds, capable of flying independently. Flying-type moves used by Gigantamax Corviknight will change to G-Max Wind Rage, which removes any effects of moves like Reflect, Light Screen, Spikes, and Electric Terrain that the opponents may have.

Newly Discovered Pokémon of the Galar Region:


Category: Cream Pokémon
Type: Fairy
Height: 1′
Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Ability: Sweet Veil

Alcremie can produce whipped cream, which becomes richer the happier Alcremie is feeling. Desserts made using this cream are invariably delicious, so many pastry chefs strive to have an Alcremie as their partner. When attacked by an opponent, Alcremie will throw sweet-scented cream to distract them or temporarily blind them, giving itself time to escape.


Gigantamax Alcremie
Type: Fairy
Height: 98′5″+
Weight: Unknown
Ability: Sweet Veil

The cream pouring out of its body hardens when subjected to impacts—the stronger the impact, the harder it becomes—giving Alcremie an impressive resistance to physical attacks. Additionally, the giant “Berry” decorations on Alcremie’s body are as hard as diamonds, and it’s said that most attacks won’t even be able to leave a scratch. Alcremie will launch high-calorie cream missiles around itself to attack its opponents. Any Pokémon that touches this cream will be filled with energy and euphoria but at the same time will fall into a state of complete confusion. Fairy-type moves used by Gigantamax Alcremie will change to G-Max Finale, which will heal all Pokémon on Alcremie’s side while dealing damage to an opponent.

Gigantamax Drednaw

Category: Puppy Pokémon
Type: Electric
Height: 1′
Weight: 29.8 lbs.
Ability: Ball Fetch

Yamper tends to be drawn to things that are moving quickly. It can chase after people, Pokémon, or even vehicles. It has an organ in its body that generates electricity, and it’s activated when Yamper runs around. Yamper can’t store the electricity it generates, so it’s often seen running around with electric sparks crackling around it. Yamper’s Ability, Ball Fetch, is a new Ability that comes into play when the Trainer throws a Poké Ball at a wild Pokémon but fails to catch it. If Yamper isn’t holding an item, it will fetch the first Poké Ball that failed to catch the Pokémon, regardless of what type of Poké Ball it is.

Gigantamax Drednaw

Category: Coal Pokémon
Type: Rock
Height: 1′
Weight: 26.5 lbs.
Ability: Steam Engine / Heatproof

Rolycoly’s red eye can illuminate dark areas, while it uses the lump of coal attached to its body like a wheel to move through coal mines and caves. It is able to travel smoothly even over rough terrain. Until about one hundred years ago, every household in the Galar region had a Rolycoly. The families would use the coal that dropped off its body for cooking and heating their homes. Rolycoly’s Ability, Steam Engine, is a new Ability that provides a Speed stat boost if it’s hit with a Fire- or Water-type move during battle.


Category: Alloy Pokémon
Type: Steel/Dragon
Height: 5′11″
Weight: 88.2 lbs.
Ability: Light Metal / Heavy Metal

Duraludon live in caves and mountainous areas. Their two arms have slightly different shapes, and they use them to grind down rock surfaces for food. Its body is composed of incredibly durable metal but is also surprisingly light, so Duraludon can move quite quickly despite its appearance. Its body is susceptible to corrosion, however, and is known to rust easily. They share their habitat with Tyranitar, so these two Pokémon are often seen battling each other in the mountains of the Galar region.

The Galar Region Pokémon League

In the Galar region, where Pokémon battles are big entertainment, the region’s Pokémon League holds tournaments to determine the next Pokémon Champion. Players will have to compete with their rivals and challenge the Gym Leaders of the region for their chance to take part in this tournament.

The Gym Challenge is a true celebration of Pokémon battling. Participating Trainers strive to collect all eight Gym Badges, and only Pokémon Trainers who have been endorsed by specific people, such as Gym Leaders, can join. During the Gym Challenge, each challenger wears a special uniform for the occasion. Trainers can choose the combination of three numbers on their own uniform.

Once a year, a series of Pokémon battles known as the Champion Cup are held in the Galar region. The Champion Cup decides who will be able to challenge the reigning Champion for their seat. Exemplary Trainers throughout the region, such as those who successfully complete the Gym Challenge, can participate in the Champion Cup tournament. The Champion Cup battles are broadcast on TV in the Galar region and are watched by everyone.

People of the Galar Region:


Leon is the strongest Trainer in the Galar region, and he won the Championship in his first-ever Gym Challenge—without being defeated in battle a single time. To this day, his winning streak continues to grow, and his formidable talent for Pokémon battles is unmatched. He’s aided in his countless victories by his partner Charizard, and he’s known to go all out during battles, no matter who he’s facing. His battle style has captured the hearts of the people of Galar.

Chairman Rose

Chairman Rose
Rose is the chairman of the Galar Pokémon League and the president of a large business conglomerate. He’s made the Galar Pokémon League famous by implementing Gym Battles featuring the Dynamax phenomenon. Chairman Rose was also the first to endorse Leon for the Gym Challenge.


Oleana is Chairman Rose’s secretary and is known for her calm and collected personality. She also serves as the vice president of Rose’s company and is largely in charge of the day-to-day running of the company.


Bea is a prodigy in Galar karate, carrying on its century-old traditions and techniques. Known for her stoicism and rarely showing her emotions, Bea is also an expert on Fighting-type Pokémon. Her battle style remains very precise even when she’s backed into a corner.


Allister is a talented Trainer of Ghost-type Pokémon who has taken on the mantle of the Ghost-type Gym Leader at a young age. He’s extremely shy and fearful, and he always hides his face with a mask when around other people. Allister rarely makes public appearances and apparently spends most of his time around ruins or in cemeteries.

Certain towns in the Galar region will have different Gyms that Trainers can challenge depending on whether they’re playing Pokémon Sword or Pokémon Shield. In Pokémon Sword, they will face down Bea, while in Pokémon Shield, they can test their skills against Allister.

Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Dual Pack SteelBook® Edition

As a special bonus for purchasing the Dual Pack SteelBook® Edition, Trainers will receive two codes (one per game) that will reward them with special items known as Dynamax Crystals. By using the Dynamax Crystals in the Wild Area, Trainers will be able to face Dynamax Larvitar and Dynamax Jangmo-o, Pokémon that are normally encountered later in the game, in special Max Raid Battles. Larvitar won’t appear in Pokémon Sword and Jangmo-o won’t appear in Pokémon Shield during normal gameplay, but players will be able to catch them in either version by using these Dynamax Crystals.


YouTube Clip - Gigantamaxing Changes the Game in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield!

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhIc6UwnHj8

YouTube Clip - Gigantamaxing Changes the Game in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield! - Japanese

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzPexjVHF5I

Article edited on 2019-07-08 04:35:29 by Sunain
Jul 08

Movie 22 Website Updates with Special Artwork by Sei Nakashima

Posted by Adamant | July 8th 2019 at 08:15 AM EDT
Tags: Anime, Movie
Comments: 0
The official Pokémon movie website has updated. Translations follow:

We Present Special Artwork by Hollywood Art Director Sei Nakashima!

A beautiful yet powerful picture showing Satoshi and his friends' determination to travel as they stand on a shore dazzling in the morning sun

A series of specially drawn posters are now ready!

This special artwork was drawn by art director Sei Nakashima, who has done art direction and character design for several Hollywood movies, including the Harry Potter series.
Multiple beautiful pieces of artwork depicting Satoshi, Kasumi and Takeshi's journey,
done in a style somewhat different from how the earlier Pokémon movies have been portrayed, have been born from Mr. Nakashima's hand!

Some of this special artwork is now being presented prior to the movie's premiere!
Specially made posters will be put up at theaters showing "Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution", so please look forward to them!

More special artwork will appear during the movie's end credits, so make sure to sit through them in their entirety!

The movie will finally premiere this Friday!
Make sure to go to the theater and see this artwork with your own eyes!!

Profile: Sei Nakashima
Born in 1970, moved to America by himself at age 18.
Graduated from the Illustration Department at the Otis-Parsons Art Institute in 1995.
The same year, he joined Rhythm & Hues after a short stint at DreamWorks.
He has done art direction and character designs for movies like Harry Potter, Scooby-Doo, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, Night at the Museum and Alvin and the Chipmunks, and is also known as a TV ad designer whose work includes Coca-Cola polar bear ads and more. He has also worked on the A Bug's Life attraction at Disney World, video for indoor attractions at Caesar's Palace and Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas, video games like an online poker game and Guitar Hero: Aerosmith, as well as commercial illustrations. In recent years, he has been broadening his range of expression by involving himself in animation development etc. at Mattel, Disney and other companies as a freelancer.

Source: https://www.pokemon-movie.jp/news/?p=3756

Article edited on 2019-07-11 09:00:02 by Adamant
Jul 05

Movie 22 Website Updates with Info on Upcoming Relevant Media

Posted by Adamant | July 5th 2019 at 10:40 PM EDT
Tags: Anime, Movie
Comments: 0
The official Pokémon movie website has updated. Translations follow:

Media Information

Wednesday July 10th:
*"Animedia" - Interview (with Masachika Ichimura and Sachiko Kobayashi)

Thursday July 11th:
*"Josei Seven" - Merchandise giveaway

Saturday July 13th:
"Corocoro Comic" - More info on the attendance gifts, etc.

TV/radio Shows:
Sunday July 7th:
*"Pokémon no uchi atsumaru?" on TV Tokyo - Interview (with Masachika Ichimura, Sachiko Kobayashi and Koichi Yamadera)
*"Nichiyo Big Variety Karaoke Battle U-18" on TV Tokyo - Guest (Sachiko Kobayashi)

Monday July 8th:
*"YOU wa nanishini Nippon e?" on TV Tokyo - Guest (Sachiko Kobayashi)
*"Oha Suta" on TV Tokyo - "Pokémon Week" Special

Tuesday July 9th:
*"Oha Suta" on TV Tokyo - "Pokémon Week" Guests/theme song performance (by Sachiko Kobayashi and Shoko Nakagawa)

Wednesday July 10th:
*"Oha Suta" on TV Tokyo - "Pokémon Week" Special

Thursday July 11th:
*"Oha Suta" on TV Tokyo - "Pokémon Week" Guests (Koichi Yamadera and Raymond)

Friday July 12th:
*"Oha Suta" on TV Tokyo - "Pokémon Week" Guests (Koichi Yamadera and Raymond)

*Note that these are the scheduled publication dates/air dates, and as such are subject to change without notice.
*Broadcast dates will vary depending on where you live. (some areas exempt)
For details, please see the website of your local TV station.

Source: https://www.pokemon-movie.jp/news/?p=3748

Article edited on 2019-07-07 02:56:31 by Adamant
Jul 05

Movie 22 Website Updates with Report from the Pre-Premiere

Posted by Adamant | July 5th 2019 at 09:32 PM EDT
Tags: Anime, Event, Movie
Comments: 0
The official Pokémon movie website has updated. Translations follow:

A Report from the Pre-Premiere

The movie's pre-premiere was held in Tokyo Sunday June 30th.
Sachiko Kobayashi, Koichi Yamadera, Rica Matsumoto, Director Kunihiko Yuyama, Director Motonori Sakakibara, Shoko Nakagawa and the Pokémon Kids 2019 were all present on the stage.
And so were Mewtwo and Pikachu.

Director Yuyama started off by greeting the audience:
"All the Pokémon movies we've made so far has been in 2D, so I'm looking forward to seeing how this first full 3DCG movie will be received. Since "Mewtwo Strikes Back" was the first ever Pokémon movie we made, 21 years ago, it serves as somewhat of a nucleus of the entire Pokémon anime, so I'm looking forward to learning what kind of thoughts both those that watched it 21 years ago and those that are now watching it for the first time have on it."
When he was asked what he felt as he was directing this year's movie,
he replied "I wanted us to go back to where it all began and make it so that even more people would watch this movie."

Next, Director Sakakibara commented
"This year's movie is in 3DCG, which is why I get to be part of a Pokémon movie for the first time. 21 years ago, when the original movie premiered, I was there in the audience. That movie was a huge hit in America, and I wished I could make a movie like that some day. I'm really happy to be given that chance with this movie."
Sakakibara has been active on the forefront of Hollywood for many years,
and when he was asked what it was like to try making the first ever 3DCG Pokémon movie, he had the following to say:
"There were a lot of challenges involved, but the one that was on my mind the most was how to recreate the atmosphere, and these anime characters that truly represent Japan, in 3D. As an example, we had to figure out how we should interpret those bits on Satoshi's cheeks that turn into Zs, and while we thought of various ways to do that, in the end we came to the conclusion that if we kept their designs true to their original ones they'd turn out fine. I hope you'll pay attention to them as you watch the movie."

Rica Matsumoto, who plays Satoshi, then greeted the audience with an energetic
"All right, everyone, here I go! ...I got a Pokémon!"!
She continued: "I'm extremely happy that this 21 year old movie could be reborn in 3DCG and brought to you guys, and that I got to be part of it as Satoshi! I'm really moved by it all."
She was then asked what she felt when she first saw Satoshi, who you could call her alter ego, in 3DCG for the first time, to which she replied
"I thought his teeth were really nice. I was also really surprised at how realistic the material his hat is made of looked."
"The visuals were so overwhelming I started crying just 3 seconds in", she continued. "I am confident that this is a movie that will stick around for both 100 and 200 years in the future, so please look forward to it, everyone."

Sachiko Kobayashi, who plays Voyager, the woman managing the wharf, was next:
"I played Voyager 21 years ago, and I'm playing Voyager this year as well. When we were dubbing the movie, I said "(uses a cute high-pitched voice) I'm Voyager!" in what I thought sounded like a much younger voice that resembled the one I had 21 years ago, and the director just went "You can talk like the present Kobayashi-san" (laughs). This really ended up being a wonderful movie. Please enjoy it,"
she said, giving a greeting that included a behind-the-scenes story from the dubbing session which drew laughter from the audience.

Koichi Yamadera, who is in his 22nd Pokémon movie in a row this year, and who is reprising his role as Mew this time, punned
"I get to be in these movies every year, but when I see the smiles on your faces, it makes me really happy to be here with you-kata!", standing there in his yukata. And when he heard the children in the audience cheer, he greeted them with "It's been a while, but... Kyo mo genki ni, O-HA!"
He then continued: "Pokémon made it so that I got to host a TV show called Oha Suta, and that changed my life a lot. Not too long after that show started, "Mewtwo Strikes Back" happened, and while I got to play the role of Mew back then as well, I was also promoting the movie on Oha Suta at the same time. That movie was such a big hit all over the world it became a social phenomenon, and the fact that I was right there constantly seeing how the movie made such a massive impression on everyone that saw it makes me really happy to be able to play Mew here in "Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution". I was a bit worried that I wouldn't be able to do the high voice, but I did my best, so please forget what I look like (laughs) and watch the movie!"

Shoko Nakagawa and all the Pokémon Kids 2019 then came onto the stage and joined Sachiko Kobayashi in a performance of "Kaze to issho ni".

Matsumoto, who had been listening to the performance, shared her thoughts on it, saying "I got really moved, remembering how happy I and my fellow voice actors got 21 years ago, when it was decided there was going to be a Pokémon movie.", with Yamadera commenting "You're trying to hold back your tears with all your might."

Kobayashi then shared a story from the "Kaze to issho ni" events she's currently doing with Nakagawa:
"I've seen mothers, holding their children, singing along with this song without any lyric sheets or anything. And...", she said to Nakagawa,
who continued, going "...and there's been adult men crying loudly as they remembered their childhood. Their eyes were all using Hydro Pump."
When she was asked what it was like to sing this song, Nakagawa replied "I got the feels! So so many feels!"
She then continued: "This song is full of precious memories for me. To sing it as an adult together with the Pokémon Kids 2019, as well as having it live on like this, expanding its popularity, working with Pokémon to make people smile... it really is a wonderful start to the Reiwa era.

The moderator then asked everyone "Pokémon Trainers set off on their journey when they are 10. What did you do when you were 10?"
Here is what they replied:
Kobayashi: "I sang "Usotsuki kamome" at the Tokyo Olympics."
Matsumoto: "I wasn't all that different from Satoshi. I was a girl with a similarly strong sense of justice as the one he has."
Yamadera: "I loved doing impressions, and was imitating all kinds of animals."
Nakagawa: "That was the year before the Pokémon games were released, so we were still in the Pre-Pokémon Era, but I loved video games, I loved drawing, I was friends with cats, and now I've become an adult that hasn't changed one bit in that regard."

Finally, the stage greetings ended with Director Yuyama saying "I think this is a movie that condenses everything Pokémon has been so far, so I hope you enjoy it."

"Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution" finally premieres next week, Friday July 12th!
Make sure to come watch it, okay?

Source: https://www.pokemon-movie.jp/news/?p=3735

Article edited on 2019-07-08 07:30:19 by Adamant
Jul 05

Pokémon Center - Pokémon Surf

Posted by Sunain | July 5th 2019 at 09:07 PM EDT
Tags: Merchandise, Pokémon Center, Pokémon Store
Comments: 0

Starting on July 20th, 2019, the Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores in Japan will begin selling a line of merchandise called the Pokémon Surf. The line features Pokémon surfing in the bright sun with many big waves. There are many products recommended for kids but the classic designs also match the adult lifestyle. Some of the items will also be available on the Amazon.co.jp Pokémon Store starting on July 27th, 2019 and are denoted with a(★)in the items list.


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Mascot Plushies Pokémon Surf 1,200 yen each (★) | Key Holders Pokémon Surf Surfing 600 yen each (★)

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Cup Pokémon Surf 600 yen (★)| Acrylic Charm Collection Pokémon Surf 500 yen. 7 different selected at random.

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Handkerchief Pokémon Surf 340 yen | General-purpose Notebook Pokémon Surf 170 yen

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Desk pad Pokémon Surf 250 yen | Pouch Pokémon Surf 1,500 yen (★)

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Tote bag Pokémon Surf 3,000 yen (★) | Stickers Pokémon Surf 300 yen each

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Key holder Pokémon Surf 600 yen each (★) | Hard Jacket Case for iPhone 8/7/6s/6 Pokémon Surf 1,880 yen (★)

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Multi Smartphone Cover Pokémon Surf 3,000 yen (★) | Folding mirror Pokémon Surf 1,400 yen (★)

Item List:

Mascot Plush Pikachu Pokémon Surf 1,200 yen (★)
Mascot Plush Yadon Pokémon Surf 1,200 yen (★)
Mascot Plush Mijumaru Pokémon Surf 1,200 yen (★)
Mascot Plush Numacraw Pokémon Surf 1,200 yen (★)
Key Holder Pokémon Surf Surfing Pikachu 600 yen (★)
Key Holder Pokémon Surf Surfing Yadon 600 yen (★)
Key Holder Pokémon Surf Surfing Mijumaru 600 yen (★)
Key Holder Pokémon Surf Surfing Numacraw 600 yen (★)
Cup Pokémon Surf 600 yen(★)
Acrylic Charm Collection Pokémon Surf 500 yen. 7 different selected at random.
Handkerchief Pokémon Surf 340 yen
General-purpose Notebook Pokémon Surf 170 yen
Desk pad Pokémon Surf 250 yen
A4 Clear File Pokémon Surf 240 yen
PET seal Pokémon Surf 500 yen (★)
Petit Towel Pokémon Surf 380 yen
Towel Pokémon Surf 1,000 yen (★)
Drawstring Pouch Pokémon Surf 600 yen (★)
Mini Purse Pokémon Surf 400 yen
Pouch Pokémon Surf 1,500 yen (★)
Tote bag Pokémon Surf 3,000 yen (★)
Sticker Pokémon Surf Pikachu 300 yen
Sticker Pokémon Surf Pikachu Surf 300 yen
Sticker Pokémon Surf Pikachu & Raichu 300 yen
Sticker Pokémon Surf Pikachu & Yadon 300 yen
Sticker Pokémon Surf Rainbow 300 yen
Key holder Pokémon Surf Pikachu 600 yen (★)
Key holder Pokémon Surf Surfboard 600 yen (★)
Key holder Pokémon Surf Rainbow 600 yen (★)
Hard Jacket Case for iPhone 8/7/6s/6 Pokémon Surf 1,880 yen (★)
Multi Smartphone Cover Pokémon Surf 3,000 yen (★)
Folding mirror Pokémon Surf 1,400 yen (★)
Flat Pouch Pokémon Surf 1,500 yen (★)
Pass Case Pokémon Surf 1,500 yen (★)
Hand Towel Pokémon Surf 500 yen (★)
Wide Towel Pokémon Surf 3,500 yen (★)
Water Resistant Pouch Pokémon Surf 1,500 yen (★)
Clear Bottle Pokémon Surf 1,400 yen (★)
T-shirt Pokémon Surf Pikachu (S / M / L) 3,000 yen each (★)
T-shirt Pokémon Surf Pikachu & Raichu (S / M / L) 3,000 yen each (★)
T-shirt Pokémon Surf Rainbow (120/130/140) 2,500 yen each (★)
NEW ERA® 9FORTYTM Cap Pokémon Surf 4,000 yen (★)
A4 Clear File Pokémon Surf Pikachu 240 yen
Croquis Book SQ Pokémon Surf 530 yen (★)

Source: https://www.pokemon.co.jp/info/2019/07/190705_p02.html

Article edited on 2019-07-07 08:09:57 by Sunain
Jul 05

Movie 22 Website Updates with Info on Free Online Stream of I Choose You

Posted by Adamant | July 5th 2019 at 08:14 PM EDT
Tags: Anime, Movie
Comments: 0
The official Pokémon movie website has updated. Translations follow:

"In Celebration of "Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution"'s Premiere! "Pocket Monsters the Movie: I Choose You!"", the Tv Special Airing Saturday July 6th, Will be Streamed Online for Free!

"Pocket Monsters the Movie: I Choose You",
which will air on TV Tokyo Saturday July 6th at 12:30pm,
will also be streamed online in real time!

It will be streamed on these 4 services:

*Twitter (Periscope))
Streaming account: The official Pokémon movie Twitter account (@pokemon_movie)

Streaming channel: Abema Anime Channel

Streaming account: Toho

*Tv Tokyo's official streaming service "AniTV"

Let's enjoy the "TV Tokyo Pokémon Festival" all across Japan!
Both on TV Tokyo and on the Internet!

The stream will start Saturday July 6th at 12:30, the same time the TV broadcast starts,
so don't miss it!

Source: https://www.pokemon-movie.jp/news/?p=3740

Article edited on 2019-07-17 06:49:01 by Adamant

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