Pokedokoro is a children’s show in Japan, and the latest advert for the show’s upcoming installment teases some of the locations where they will be featured, such as the Pokemon Fossil Museum, a Pokemon Center Store, and a Pokemon Cafe.
The ad is only 30 seconds long, but it packs a lot into a short amount of time, following the show’s theme of “Where are you going with Pokemon?”.
The first thing it shows is the Pokemon Fossil Museum in Japan, an exhibit that teaches paleontology in a unique way. Visitors to the museum can compare the fossils of Pokémon like Tyrantrum and Kabutops with their real-life counterparts. It’s super interesting to see the constructed fossil models of these well-known Pokémon, and it’s certainly more fun to learn about real ancient life.
The next part of the advertisement takes us to one of the Pokemon Center Stores in Japan. It features a room with wall shelves full of stuffed animals that any Pokemon fan can dream through. We can see the show’s hosts rejoicing at finding a certain plush amidst the collection.
Finally, the commercial shows the show’s hosts eating at one of the Pokémon cafes in Japan. This cafe prepares their food to look exactly like Pokémon, such as B. a Snorlax dessert or a Pikachu lunch. They even feature three cookies based on the Galar starter Pokemon Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble.
This upcoming episode of Pokedokoro will air on Sunday 29th May. She promises that you’ll enjoy the journey, whether you’re already a Pokémon fan or a beginner looking to learn more about the Pokémon world.
The episode of Pokedokoro will only air in Japan, but you can get a taste of what the show is like in the adorable commercial below.
Which of these three places would you most like to visit – the Pokemon Fossil Museum to learn more about life in the ancient world, the Pokemon Center store to buy lots of stuffed animals, or the Pokemon Cafe to eat lots of delicious food?
https://twinfinite.net/2022/05/this-adorable-ad-for-a-japanese-tv-program-takes-us-to-the-pokemon-fossil-museum-and-more/ This delightful advert for a Japanese TV show takes us to the Pokemon Fossil Museum and more