And while Hokkaido is home to 19 unique, eye-catching Pokémon-themed manhole covers, it will soon be home to seven more Pokélids featuring Vulpix and its dazzling Alola version.
Jumpstarted in 2018, Pokémon have popped up all over Japan in the form of commemorative manhole covers, dubbed Pokéfuta or “Pokélids” in English.
After all, given the fact that there’s now 26 Pokélids total in Hokkaido, that’s a sizable number of PokéStops to hit up!
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