Pokemon Fossil Exhibition in Iwate Museum Opens Until March 2024

Pokemon Fossil Exhibition in Iwate Museum Opens Until March 2024

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The Iwate Prefectural Museum, in collaboration with The Pokemon Company, announced the opening of the Pokemon Fossil Museum exhibition. People will be able to learn more about fossils and paleontology by examining various real-life and Pokemon fossils until March 3, 2024. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

Adult tickets cost 1,200 yen (or about ~$8), and the price for children’s tickets will be 400 yen (~$3.) The Pokemon Fossil Museum Iwate exhibition will feature life-size skeleton models of various Fossil Pokemon. Some of these models include Pokemon like Tyrantrum and Aurorus. Dinosaur skeletons and various ammonite fossils found in Iwate Prefecture will be on display.

In addition, illustrations of various Pokemon and extinct fauna will be displayed, such as the Pokemon Archeops, and the real-life Archaeopteryx dinosaur it is based on. Visitors can compare the models and illustrations to the skeletons of the real-life dinosaurs these Pokemon are based on.

The Pokemon Fossil Museum exhibition will also be available at the Mifune Dinosaur Museum located in Kumamoto Prefecture between March 20 and June 23, 2024. The exhibition will appear in more museums in the future. The exhibition first opened in Hokkaido on July 4, 2021, and later appeared in Tokyo, Aichi, and Oita Prefectures on different dates throughout 2022.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is now available on the Nintendo Switch, and the Indigo Disk add-on is out now.


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