A Pikachu Outbreak event takes place every summer in Yokohama City. The case involves Pikachus singing and marching. Something special was happening this time around the event. It not only featured the sights of a special pocket ball monster, but also the sounds of a surprise factor.
The station Sakuragicho, the nearby station where the event took place, was covered by Pikachus. The images clicked by Ryuki, a Twitter user, confirm the extravagance of Pikachu Outbreak. This kind of thing isn’t something new, but it’s also happened before.
But, as reported by NewsGamme, the platform ticket wickets were causing Pikachu sounds. Generally, Ticket wickets make a beep sound, but during the Pikachu outbreak, they went to Pika-Pika. Yokohama, the second-largest city about 20 minutes from Tokyo, was a welcoming site of such special occasions.
In order to love what’s going on it is best to consider it as a real-life Pokemon game. Trying to enjoy train rides at Minato Mirai Station and try to meet Pikachus. This year the Pikachu epidemic case took place from August 6th to August 12th. The last time the event was held, the likes of Eeves were featured as special guests.
This time, the update runs seamlessly with a mix of the two most popular Pokemon types. The parade begins from Nihonmaru and the sailboat proceeds through the roads of the Landmark Tower. The factors that make a return in 2019 were the Pikachu Narikiri provider where you can get discounts from local traders during the Pikachu outbreak.
If you want to buy any Pikachu supplies, you can quickly get discounts from the retailers. This also consists of a free Pikachu visor. Such visors are provided to visitors each year by the event organizers. Most of the events took place at night from 7’o clock to 9’o clock.