The tide of PokémonGo heat in Japan seems to be calmed down, but still many people are playing Tokyo. I still see clouds of salarymen after 19:00 (in general, work hours ends 18:00 – 19:00) in certain parks or near rivers (meguro river). The weather in Japan is still keeping summer, so when you are planning to visit these parks during the day time, you still need to be careful on heatstroke.
In my previous blog post (http://www.dicethekamikaze.com/blog/jp-culture/Pokémon-nests-in-tokyo/) showed the Pokémon nests in Tokyo, but Pokémon company has decided to shuffle the nests randomly according to http://Pokémongohub.net/huge-changes-Pokémon-go-nests-spawns/ .
This changes came into Tokyo in couple weeks ago, and I decided to update the list of Pokémon nests in Tokyo in this blog post. The nest went into more parks and gardens all over Tokyo comparing to the previous nests by the update.
I will try my best to catch up all the Pokémon nests in Tokyo updated, but can’t promise it.
Unfortunately, the closest nest from my house, Setagaya-park (was Dratini’s nest a month ago), is now a nest of Kabuto, but it appears less.
A updated (09/03/2016) list of Pokémon nests in Tokyo.
The updated (09/03/2016) list of Pokémon nests in Tokyo.
Koren/公園 means ‘park/’
|Nest place with map|
|パウワウ/Seel||平和の森/Heiwa no mori|
I am not listing “Magikarp” here, but you can find it a lot near the Meguro river. According to a bulletin board summarizing Pokémon findings, Gyarados has been found near the river.
Please look forward to next Pokémon nests in Tokyo updated near the future.
Found a very cool mobile battery charger to play PokémonGo.