Kagawa Prefecture, located in the southern part of Japan, is also known as “Udon Prefecture” for its famous local noodle dish. Who cooperates with Kagawa Prefecture more than Yadon – Slowpoke’s Japanese name?
The above reggae song is actually from 2014when it was released to celebrate Slowpoke Day on August 10. It was revived to promote Kagawa, as part of a partnership between The Pokémon Company and the Kagawa Prefectural Tourism Association – a partnership has been going on since 2020.
Slowpoke has been drawn on bus, boatand bedroom in an effort to get people to travel to the land of noodles, but this isn’t the only combination of Pokémon and travel in Japan – we’ve also seen Pokémon themed manhole covers and Tokyo Banana Drawing Pokémona regional delicacy.
But those overseas can’t appreciate manhole covers and banana cakes – and this bop reggae can. We know which province we are going to visit.