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There Are Now 100 Pokémon Manholes In Japan – Kotaku Australia

Last year, the first Pokémon manholes were installed in Japan. A year later, there are now one hundred of them in Japan. Pokémon manholes, dubbed Poké Futa (ポケふた) or Poké Lid, have been installed in a variety of prefectures, including Hokkaido, Iwate, Fukushi…

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Last year, the first Pokémon manholes were installed in Japan. A year later, there are now one hundred of them in Japan.
Pokémon manholes, dubbed Poké Futa () or Poké Lid, have been installed in a variety of prefectures, including Hokkaido, Iwate, Fukushima, Kagawa and more.
The latest six are in Tokyos Machida, making them the first in the Metropolitan area. 
These manholes are located in Serigaya Park.
As previously reported, this is part of a project called Pokémon Local Acts, which trie…

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