DUBAI: Tokyo theme park Yomiuriland is opening up a 4,500-square meter Pokémon inspired forest that will give fans the ultimate real-life adventure.
The new forest took the Pokémon Go and Pokémon Snap concepts and converted them into an entire playground for fans to wander around and have a scavenger hunt experience as they search for different Pokémon species.
Pokémon Wonder, the name of the forest, simulates catching the Pokémons. Before entering, visitors are greeted by the research team of Professor Kureso and Pikachu, who will give them a briefing on the park.
Fans can look forward to being able to catch over 50 different Pokémons. Only two teams of six will be able to enter the forest at any given time, and will have 90 minutes to catch as many as they can.
Pokémon Wonder will open July 17 and will run until April 22.