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Get a sneak peek inside the newest Pokémon Center, opening in Taiwan this December

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Pokémon Center TaipeiThe Pokémon Company revealed earlier this month that its newest Pokémon Center will be coming to Taipei, Taiwan, the first in the country. The grand opening event in December is expected to include special events and commemorative products for sale to celebrate the new store. The exact location of the new Pokémon Center has now been revealed, along with its unique logo. The new store will be located on the third floor of Shin Kong Mitsukoshi, a department store in the Xinyi District of Taipei. Pikachu and Dragonite serve as Pokémon Center Taipei’s mascots, making Dragonite the first Pseudo-legendary to hold the honor.

Pokémon Center Taipei key art
The new store is island-inspired, according to The Pokémon Company, decorated to invoke the sky and sea, and will include a special area dedicated just to the Pokémon Trading Card Game. The exact time and date of the grand opening is still forthcoming, but you can get a look at the layout of Pokémon Center Taipei below.

Pokémon Center Taipei Entryway
Pokémon Center Taipei Interior showing plush toys on shelves
sub_5-thumb-506x380-21219.jpegPokémon Center Taipei Interior wide angle shot, showing a dedicated TCG section
Pokémon Center Taipei Interior showing a display wall for games and some merchandise shelving
 
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