Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu And Let’s Go Eevee-Themed Train in Japan


Pokemon Go has reached its popularity since then, and the world is full of trainers, we can say that this game has invaded the people’s daily routine.   Speaking of that, along with the announcement of Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee game for Nintendo Switch that will be released on November 16, people are running across Tokyo just to take a ride at the limited edition of Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee-themed trains.

Some of the cars of Ginza Line and Marunouchi line have been customized in Pokemon style theme since August 19 and will remain its theme until August 30.  These trains aren’t really eye catchy in their outside view as it looks just like a normal one, but the inside of it is fully designed by Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee theme, with a lot of images from the game throughout the walls, doors, and seats.

The screens on the train play the trailer of Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee game, and the floor was made just like the route from Kanto.  The images on the walls and seats shows the new look of Pikachu and Eevee including their new hairstyles and outfits, some parts of the train include the in-game screenshots, Pokemon during Pokemon Go-like catch sequence, and even Professor Oak, Brock, and Misty is there.

Believe it or not, even the ceiling of the train has mounted hand straps sports Pokemon imagery, with borders showing the sprites of various Pokemon from the game itself.  Some of the passengers are even taking an AR photo of the train using Pokemon Go.  This incoming game is currently available for pre-orders separately or along with the new Poke Ball Plus accessory.

There are a lot of things happening in Pokemon Go world right now, and we can expect a lot more to come and surprise us as the gamers will continue their voyage throughout the world to catch all the Pokemons out there.  Stay updated for the latest and hottest Pokemon updates just for you.

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