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New Gold and Silver Gen 2 Pokemon Nests Around Tokyo
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New Gold and Silver Gen 2 Pokemon Nests Around Tokyo!

New Pokemon GO update includes Gold and Silver Gen 2 Pokemon available to catch! Here is a complete list of the new Pokemon Nests around Tokyo and where to find them!

As of February 17th, Pokemon GO has released a new update including Gen 2 Pokemon; expanding the Pokemon GO universe! Players can now collect the same Gen 2 Pokemon from the Gold and Silver Pokemon games. Here is a list of the Pokemon GO nests around Tokyo for you best chance to catch the newest and rarest Gen 2 Pokemon for Pokemon GO!

 

Chikorita’s nest

Shinjuku Central Park in Tokyo

Shinjuku Central Park

Shinjuku Central Park is located right at the entrance of the Skyscraper district in Shinjuku. With the high-rise buildings looming above, Pokemon GO adventurists can be on the search for rare Pokemon while being surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes and Skyscrapers that touch the clouds. This is definitely a must go spot for Pokemon GO hunters looking for rare Gen 2 Pokemon to hunt.
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Shinjuku Central Park

Address: 2-11 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: 10 minute walk from Shinjuku Station West Exit

Website: Shinjuku Central Park (Japanese)

 

Kiyosumi Garden in Tokyo

Kiyosumi Garden

Kiyosumi Garden is located in the Koto Ward of Tokyo where Pokemon GO enthusiasts can look for their new Gen 2 Pokemon with the backdrop of one of the oldest and most beautiful parks in Tokyo. Kiyosumi Garden was constructed in the Meiji period with ancient traditions and ideas in mind. Pokemon GO players can truly enjoy the beauty of Kiyosumi Garden while hunting for those new Gen 2 Pokemon.
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Kiyosumi Garden

Address:3-3-9 Kiyosumi, Koto Ward, Tokyo

Access: 5 minute walk from Kiyosumi Shirakawa Station

Website: Tokyo Park Info Official Site (Japanese)

 

Cyndaquil’s nest

Higashi Shirahige Park in Tokyo

Higashi Shirahige Park in Tokyo

At Higashi Shirahige Park in the Sumida ward of Tokyo where Pokemon GO players can look for Cyndaquil’s nest and those new rare Gen 2 Pokemon GO Pokemon! The latest Pokemon GO Update takes Pokemon GO players to the Higashi Shirahige Park where they can catch those new Pokemon while walking along the beautiful Sumida River in Tokyo!
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Higashi Shirahige Park

Address: 2-9-2 Tsutsumidori, Sumida Ward, Tokyo

Access: 15 minute walk from Higashi Mukojima Station

Website: Tokyo Park Info Official Site (Japanese)

 

Hamarikyu Gardens

Hamarikyu Gardens

Pokemon GO Players can catch new Gen 2 Pokemon at the Hamarikyu Gardens which date back to the Edo period. Once owned by the Imperial family, the Hamarikyu Gardens were made public by the city of Tokyo. Pokemon GO lovers will be surrounded by Edo period beauty as they catch the newest Gen 2 Pokemon.
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Hamrikyu Gardens

Address: 1-1 Hamarikyuteien, Chuo Ward, Tokyo

Access: 6 minute walk from Shiodome Station

Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Price: 300 yen entrance fee

Website: Tokyo Metropolitan Park Association (Japanese)

 

Totodile’s nest

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

This new Gen 2 Pokemon GO nest is located in Shinjuku Gyoen which is considered one of the most beautiful and popular gardens in Japan. The newest Pokemon GO update has Pokemon GO players walking along this ancient Edo garden while searching for the newest rare Gen 2 Pokemon GO Pokemon!
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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Address: 11 Naitomachi, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: 10 minute walk from Shinjuku Station South Exit

Hours: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Price: 200 yen entrance fee

Website: Tokyo Metropolitan Park Association (Japanese)

 

National Museum of Nature and Science in Tokyo

National Museum of Nature and Science in Tokyo

The National Museum of Nature and Science in Uneo definitely goes hand in hand with the Pokemon GO theme of hunting down your favorite Pokemon GO Pokemon. Right in the heart of of Ueno Park, this Gen 2 Pokemon GO nest will surely bring Pokemon GO players an amazing backdrop of nature and history.
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National Museum of Nature and Science

Address: 7-20 Uenokoen, Taito, Tokyo

Access: 9 minute walk from Ueno Station

Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Price: 620 yen entrance fee

Website: National Museum of Nature and Science Official Site

 

Baji Koen Park in Tokyo

Baji Koen Tokyo

Located in the spacious Setagaya Ward, the Baji Koen Park sits right outside the equestrian center which is especially popular in the spring time for cherry blossoms. Pokemon GO lovers will be spoiled by the beautiful gardens that surround the equestrian center as they hunt down those new rare Gen 2 Pokemon.
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Baji Koen Park

Address: 2-1-1 Kamiyoga, Setagaya Ward, Tokyo

Access: 20 minute walk from Sakurashimmachi Station

Website: Horse Racing Japan Official Site

 

Larvitar’s nest

Odaiba Kaihinkoen in Tokyo

Odaiba Kaihinkoen

Located on the bay front of the Tokyo Bay sits Odaiba Kaihinkoen where Pokemon GO Gen 2 seekers can enjoy the sights and sounds of the bay while hunting down those new Gen 2 Pokemon!
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Odaiba Kaihinkoen

Address: 1-4 Daiba, Minato Ward, Tokyo

Access: 5 minute walk from Odaiba Kaihinkoen Station

Website: Bureau of Port and Harbor Tokyo Metropolitan Government

 

Houndour’s nest

Aokicho Park in Saitama

Aokicho Park in Saitama

Take a trip north of central Tokyo and you will be in the beautiful countryside of Saitama. Pokemon GO players will find themselves in a very spacious and lush green park that is a testament to the beauty of Saitama. New Gen 2 Pokemon seekers will definitely not be disappointed making the trip to Aokicho Park.
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Aokicho Park

Address: 4-8-1 Nishiaoki, Kawaguchi City, Saitama Prefecture

Access: 15 minute walk from Nishi Kawaguchi Station

Website: Kawaguchi City Sports Association (Japanese)

 

Swinub’s nest

Tsukuba Chuo Park in Ibaraki

Tsukuba Chuo Park

About 1 hour north of Tokyo Pokemon GO players will find themselves in the Ibaraki Prefecture. This prefecture is especially popular for its beautiful landscapes and easygoing inhabitants. The Tsukuba Chuo Park is the perfect place for new Gen 2 Pokemon hunters to take in a bit of nature while searching for those rare Pokemon!
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Tsukuba Chuo Park

Address: 2-10-815 Azuma, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture

Access: 5 minute walk from Tsukuba Station

Website: City of Tsukuba Official Site

 

Oyama Sports Park in Tochigi

Oyama Sports Park in Tochigi

In the Tochigi prefecture rests the city of Oyama and the amazing Oyama Sports Park. The Oyama Sports park is huge in size and spectacular in beauty. Rare Gen 2 Pokemon hunters will definitely be spoiled by the sheer size and beauty of the Oyama Sports Park as they are on the look out for those new Pokemon GO Pokemon.
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Oyama Sports Park

Address: 187 Mukaino, Oyama City, Tochigi Prefecture

Access: 30 minute walk from Otabayashi Station

Website: City of Oyama Official Site

 

Teddiursa’s nest

Tochigi Wanpaku Park in Tochigi

Tochigi Wanpaku Park
Photo Credit: Tochigi Wanpaku Park Official Site

The Tochigi Wanpaku Park in Tochigi is an amazing collection of gardens, a lake, and various areas where children can play. The Tochigi Wanpaku is absolutely massive in size which gives Pokemon GO hunters plenty of room to catch those new Gen 2 Pokemon!
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Tochigi Wanpaku Park

Address: 2273 Kuniya, Mibu, Shimotsuga District, Tochigi Prefecture

Hours: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM

Access: 30 minute walk from Omochanomachi Station

Website: Tochigi Wanpaku Park Official Site

 

Kumagaya Sports Culture Park in Saitama

Kumagaya Sports Culture Park

Located in the Saitama Prefecture sits the Kumagaya Sports Culture Park which is a state of the art sports center. Complete with a baseball field, soccer field, olympic sized race track and pool. The Kumagaya Sports Culture Park in Saitama is a sports enthusiasts dream. Pokemon GO players can walk around the massive park as they hunt for the newest Gen 2 Pokemon.
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Kumagaya Sports Culture Park

Address: 300 Kamigawakami, Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture

Access: 10 minutes by bus from Kumagaya Station

Website: Kumagaya Sports Culture Park Official Site

 

Oharaminemichi Park in Kanagawa

Oharaminemichi Park

South of Central Tokyo is Oharaminemichi Park in the Kanagawa Prefecture. The Oharaminemichi Park has several beautiful bridges scattered across the park giving Pokemon GO players an amazing background while they search for those new Gen 2 Pokemon. Pokemon GO lovers will definitely be treated to a beautiful landscape.
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Oharaminemich Park

Address: 4 Chome-7 Chigasakiminami, Tsuzuki Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture

Access: 15 minute walk from Tsuzuki Fureainooka Station

Website: Yokohama City Official Site

 

Sneasel’s nest

Tokigawa Riverside Park in Saitama


Photo Credit:Инариский@flickr

In the Saitama Prefecture rests the Tokigawa Riverside Park. The Tokigawa Riverside Park offers Pokemon GO players lush green flatlands as far as the eye can see while resting right alongside the river. New Gen 2 Pokemon seekers can enjoy the spacious layout of the land while walking along the river.
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Tokigawa Riverside Park

Address: Takasaka, Higashimatsuyama, Saitama Prefecture

Access: 15 minute walk from Takasaka Station

 

Pokemon nests are always changing since new Pokemon are always being added. Keep your eyes open for new Pokemon GO updates!

 

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