The Kagawa Prefecture in Japan is well-known for its Sanuki Udon noodles, however Pokemon followers additionally comprehend it for the affiliation with Slowpoke.
Revealed on February 27, 2021
The Kagawa Prefecture in Japan is well-known for its common Sanuki Udon noodles, however Pokemon followers additionally comprehend it for the affiliation with Slowpoke.
So as to have fun the 25th anniversary of the Pokemon franchise, a bunch of merchandise goes to be launched as a part of a collaboration between the “Udon Prefecture” and Slowpoke.
The affiliation is much more evident to Japanese followers, as Slowpoke’s authentic title is Yadon, making the wordplay slightly apparent
The product lineup features a set of “Real Udon Slowpoke Keychains and Brooches” made by hand utilizing salt, water, and flour, that are the identical substances used to make the Sanuki Udon.
For those who’d slightly have one thing really edible, you will get the Slowpoke Oidemai Pocket that accommodates 300 grams of Oidemai rice native of Kagawa in a useful pocket-sized bag.
For those who’d like one thing spicier, the Galarian Slowpoke Curry Udon could also be for you, containing two servings of spicy curry noodles topped by the native Kagawa confectionery named “Oiri.”
Maintaining with the spicy theme, the following product is the Slowpoke and Galarian Slowpoke chili peppers, that are just about what you anticipate. You get each coarse floor and finely floor native ghost peppers named “Kagawa Mototaka,” which you need to use on udon noodles or as an accent on your personal cooking.
“Pokemon Stand Udon Prefecture X Slowpoke” merchandising machines shall be put in at native Pokemon facilities promoting authentic collaboration mission like stuffed dolls. They may have an authentic distinctive design that includes Slowpoke, not like the usual Pikachu design that you may see within the gallery under. The ultimate design has not been revealed simply but.
Final, however not least, Slowpoke mailboxes shall be put in in collaboration with Japan put up.
By the way, the affiliation between Kagawa Prefecture with Slowpoke isn’t restricted simply to the wordplay between “Udon” and “Yadon.”
Kagawa’s well-known Wasanbon sugar used to make conventional Wagashi sweets exhibits affinity with Slowpoke’s candy tail. On prime of that, the native space has been affected by water shortages, so the assumption that it rains when Slowpoke yawns can be fairly acceptable.
Unsurprisingly, the prefecture is house to an entire bunch of Slowpoke-themed Poke-Lid manholes.