Pokemon Card Lounge at Shibuya Tsutaya
Image courtesy of The Pokemon Company

Pokemon Card Lounge Will Appear at Shibuya Tsutaya

A new facility dedicated to Pokemon Trading Card Game will appear in Tokyo, Japan. The Pokemon Company is working with Culture Convenience Club to open the Pokemon Card Lounge at Shibuya Tsutaya on April 25, 2024.

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As the facility’s title suggests, people will be able to play Pokemon TCG on the lounge’s tables. Those who come without their own decks can also borrow preset decks, including a limited number of Pokemon TCG Classic decks. The lounge will also offer 50 types of drinks and 30 types of snacks, which are available for free after people have paid the entry fee.

Playing TCG in Pokemon Card Lounge
Image courtesy of The Pokemon Company

People can pay 1,650 yen to access the lounge for the first 60 minutes and add 660 yen for every additional 30 minutes, or they can also pay 3,650 to stay for 3 hours. Private rooms that host up to four people are also available at 8,250 yen for the first hour with 3,300 yen for every 30-minute extension, or 18,500 yen for 3 hours straight. However, the lounge will only accept several cashless payment methods.

The lounge will also feature a sales area. It will sell exclusive merchandise ranging from stationery to apparel.

Pokemon Card Lounge merchandise
Image courtesy of The Pokemon Company

The Pokemon Company has also uploaded a new trailer showcasing the upcoming facility on its Japanese official YouTube channel:

Pokemon Card Lounge will be available on the fifth floor of Shibuya Tsutaya building in Tokyo, Japan, on the same day the building reopens on April 25, 2024.

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