Catch More Pokémon at Apartment Hotel MIMARU ~Novelty gifts now available for purchase~

This is an announcement concerning the Pokémon Room exclusive service that lets guests add a set of original novelty goods to their stay. The service was discontinued on May 31, 2023. Thank you for your understanding, and we look forward to welcoming you again.

Good news Pokémon trainers! Our new Pokémon Room Plan, including an original novelty gift per booking, has been renewed starting July 1, 2021. All trainers can find our Pokémon Room at participating Apartment Hotel MIMARU branches in Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. This room comes with both a dining and sleeping space decked out in a Poké Ball wallpaper as well as a gigantic stuffed Snorlax.

Guests who book our Pokémon Room will receive a limited edition novelty gift which includes a tote bag, luggage tag and welcome card. The gift design you receive differs depending on where you book in Japan - either Kanto or Kansai! Be sure to check in at both locations to catch ‘em all! Novelty gifts are limited to 1 set per room, but due to popular demand, guests will now be able to purchase additional sets per number of guests in your reservation*.

*1 set costs 1,500 JPY (1,650 JPY with tax). This novelty gift is limited to those who book our Pokémon Room. Guests may only purchase extra novelty gifts equal to the number of individuals in their party in addition to the free gift which comes with this plan.

Pokémon Room Details

Our Pokémon Room has been available at MIMARU since December 2019. This spacious room features an original design and comes equipped with a fully furnished kitchen, making it the perfect choice for family, friends and fans alike. Check out the room interior using the above URL.

●Novelty gift set contents

Our original Pokémon novelty gift set includes a tote bag, luggage tag, and welcome card featuring a unique design depending on where you book – either the Kanto or Kansai regions of Japan. One free gift is provided per room. 

<Participating MIMARU hotels>
MIMARU Tokyo Ginza East – Address: 1-4-4 Shintomi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
MIMARU Tokyo Ueno East – Address: 4-26-3 Higashiueno, Daito-ku, Tokyo 
MIMARU Kyoto Station – Address: 15-1 Higashikujo Higashisannocho, Minami-ku, Kyoto
MIMARU Kyoto Shinmachi Sanjo – Address: 105 Machigashiracho, shinmachisanjonoboru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
MIMARU Kyoto Nishinotoin Takatsuji – Address: 782 Honryusuicho, Nishinotoindori Takatsujiagaru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
MIMARU Osaka Namba North – Address: 1-2-10 Minamihorie, Nishi-ku, Osaka

※The below participating MIMARU hotels are temporarily closed as of May 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic: 
MIMARU Tokyo Hatchobori – Address: 3-8-8 Kayaba-cho, Nihombashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
MIMARU Kyoto Kawaramachi Gojo – Address: 17-1 Hiraicho Nishitakasegawasuji Gojo Sagaru, Shimogyo-Ku, Kyoto

● About Pokémon

Short for “pocket monsters,” Pokémon kicked things off with the release of Pokémon Red and Blue on February 27, 1996 on the Nintendo Gameboy. From its humble beginnings, Pokémon has grown to become an internationally acclaimed franchise which has expanded into a video game series, trading card game, anime, and more. Since 1996, over 368 million Pokémon video game cartridges and 30.4 billion trading cards have sold worldwide.

● About the Pokémon Company

(Corporate Headquarters: Tokyo, Minato-ku; President: Tsunekazu Ishihara; Website:
Originally a video game producer, the Pokémon Company has vastly expanded into a number of sectors including trading cards, anime, movies, fan merchandise, and more. 

©2021 Pokémon. ©1995-2021 Nintendo / Creatures Inc. / GAME FREAK inc.

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