John Friscia

Pokémon is a cultural institution in almost any country that has children and Nintendo in it. I couldn’t possibly guess at how many different Pokémon-branded products exist at this point. But I think we can all agree the franchise has reached its apex with this bit of news: Pokémon manholes are a hit, in Japan at least. As Kotaku explains, these Pokémon manholes were actually established in Ibusuki, Japan earlier in the year, but their attractive designs have been making the rounds on social media. Basically, they make sewage into a delightful experience. They reportedly double as PokéStops in Pokémon GO […]

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