Just today, Nintendo announced that they’re opening Nintendo San Francisco, their second retail space in the states. That’s not the only retail action going on with Nintendo, as one of their close partners is shifting around a storefront as well.

Pokémon Co. has announced that the Pokémon Store in Tokyo Station is going to close on June 23rd, 2024, but for a good reason. It looks like this retail spot has outgrown its space, as it’s moving to a bigger location!

Pokémon Store Tokyo Station is going to reopen on the first floor of Tokyo Station in a larger space, and it’s set to be back in action sometime this July. As soon as we get more details on the reopening, including new merch, we’ll be sure to let you know.


UPDATE: Pokémon Store Tokyo Station closes in two days to prepare for its move to a bigger location, and now we know when it’ll reopen. Pokémon Co. has confirmed that the store will open its doors once more come July 10th, 2024, and it’ll be found in a larger space in the First Avenue Tokyo Station’s first floor. When the location reopens, expect to see some exclusive goodies like Stationmaster Pikachu cookies and a Shopping Bag featuring Station Master Pikachu.


UPDATE 2: Pokémon Store Tokyo Station is officially open for business once again, and a flood of pictures from the location have popped up on social media. You can check out a gallery of photos here.

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