A Guide to 8 Pokémon Regions and Landmarks You Can Visit on Vacation

If you’re looking to plan a vacation to a destination that the whole family will enjoy, here are Pokemon regions and landmarks that you can visit IRL.

A Parents’ Quick Guide to Pokemon

Throughout their journeys in Pokemon regions, players (or trainers, as they are called in-game) level up their Pokémon through tournaments.

8 Pokémon Regions and Landmarks You Can Visit

Based on the identically named Japanese city Kantō, this is the first region introduced in the Pokémon franchise.

The Kanto Region

Tokyo is also home to the first and largest Pokémon Center retail store, where shoppers can purchase Poké merchandise.

Tokyo Metropolis

Mount Akagi

Mt. Moon is where players go to catch a Clefairy and battle Team Rocket, but Mount Akagi is an actual mountain in Gunma Prefecture, Japan.

The Johto Region

Osaka was the inspiration for Goldenrod City. It is the largest city in the Johto region and one of the largest cities in the Pokémon world.

Osaka

Kyoto

It’s known as Japan’s cultural and historical capital with traditional temples, shrines, gardens, geisha, shops, historical-style restaurants, and festivals.

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