Pokémon themed hotel rooms

Pokémon trainers need their rest – after all, fighting masters and trying to fill your Pokédex can be hard work.

The good news is that you can now stay in chic apartment hotels where you'll be fully immersed into the world of Pokémon.

We're talking character motifs all over the walls and furnishings, huge beds with Poké ball patterns, and even a giant Snorlax awaiting your cuddles.

Company Apartment Hotel Mimaru has transformed some of its hotel apartments in Japan to become a celebration of all things Pokémon, and they're sure to be a hit with fans of the Nintendo franchise.

The walls of the dining and sleeping areas are decked out in a unique wallpaper featuring plenty of the beloved characters – including Jigglypuff should you want to sing its lullaby to get yourself to sleep…


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The rooms have plenty of fun extra touches from the Poké ball inspired bedding, right down to the kitchen where the mugs, plates and cutlery are all in keeping with the theme.

Each apartment also comes with its own giant plush Snorlax which guests can cuddle or use as a large cushion for extra comfort.

There are some special perks in store for guests too, such as uniquely designed hand towels, a drawstring bag and a welcome card – all of which guests are welcome to keep.

The best bit? These are exclusive to the hotel apartments, so they aren't on sale anywhere. (It's worth noting that the designs can vary depending on your chosen location).

The Pokémon hotel apartments are located at various properties across Tokyo and Kyoto, so could be perfect for those who are planning to travel to Japan for the Olympics later this year.

Oh, and if you are considering travelling around the country, it's worth keeping an eye on Japan Airlines' latest giveaway where you can bag FREE flights for yourself and those you're travelling with.

Never been to Japan before? Check out our Japan travel tips covering everything from local customs you need to know, to navigating public transport.

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