The ongoing “THUNDERBOLT PROJECT” collaboration between Pokémon and Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Fragment Design has taken over the 16th floor of the sequence MIYASHITA PARK hotel in Tokyo, Japan.
Guests at INN THUNDERBOLT PROJECT BY FRGMT & POKÉMON are treated to a stay in a room filled with Pokémon-themed decor and amenities. Scenes from the first gen Pokémon games are used as wallpaper, such as choosing your starter at Professor Oak’s lab and encountering a sleeping Snorlax blocking your path. Additional decor includes THUNDERBOLT PROJECT branded rugs and cushions, Pokédex I and II, and a framed City Map that depicts Shibuya in Pokémon game art style.
A Pikachu or Snorlax plush decked out in Fragment’s signature black is placed on the bed, which guests can take home as a souvenir. Other souvenirs include hand towels, slippers, an Aromatisse-scented retaW amenity set, a foldable version of the City Map, and other Pokémon-themed items such as “Rare Candies,” “Soda Pop,” and “Fresh Water.”
The hallways have also been decked out in decor, with the wallpaper depicting a dark forest. The floor has been covered with artificial green turf and lined with greenery, mimicking the “tall grass” where you find Pokémon in the games. Giant sleeping Snorlax plushes appears near the elevators and windows and a hidden Pikachu made of grass can also be found. There is also a gift shop where guests can purchase exclusive products such as apparel, blankets, plushes, cushions, and more.
Those can make it out to Japan and wish to experience INN THUNDERBOLT PROJECT BY FRGMT & POKÉMON can do so by booking a stay online before the closing on March 20th. The rest of us of can check out the photos below.
Photos via FASHIONSNAP