Japanese Exclusive events Pokemon.
These Pokémon were distributed to players at Pokémon Center stores in Japan if they visited a during the month of their birthday, but only if they provided proof of their date of birth. These Pokémon were available from October 12, 2013 to September 30, 2014.
These Pokémon were distributed to players who inserted a serial code that was given away at 7-Eleven stores in Japan over two different distribution periods.
To obtain the serial codes, players had to compete in a stamp rally. To collect a stamp players had to connect their Nintendo 3DS system to a 7Spot using the Nintendo ZoneViewer, touch "DS at 7SPOT", then touch "Pokémon DS Rally" (Japanese: ポケモンDSラリー), and then touch the "Get Stamp" (Japanese: スタンプを押す) button. Upon touching the "Get Stamp" button the Nintendo 3DS system obtained a virtual stamp. Players were only able to obtain one stamp per store per day. Players who had two stamps could choose which of the two Pokémon available during that period that they wanted, then were given a serial code for that Pokémon. If the player decided to save the page, they could access it later, although promotional material recommended that players write the serial code down.
These Pokémon (Xerneas, Yveltal and Zygarde) were distributed to players who inserted common serial codes that were available in the active features of the anime. The serial code for Zygarde was found during the airing of XY095 on November 12, 2015 and could be used from November 5, 2015 to January 12, 2016. They were distributed to promote the XY&Z...
These Pokémon were distributed to players who inserted common serial codes that were available in the active features of the anime. The serial codes could be used till January 12, 2016. They were distributed to promote the XY&Z arc of the XY series.
These Pokémon were distributed via local wireless at Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and the Hokuriku Oyabe Pokémon Store outlet in Japan as part of the second Strength ★ Leather Pikachu Mega Campaign (Japanese: 強★カワ ピカチュウのメガキャンペーン第2弾). They were randomly distributed over five different distribution periods, for a overall distribution period of January 1...
This Shiny Ho-Oh was distributed via local wireless at Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores in Japan from March 16 to May 8, 2016. It was originally scheduled to end on April 24, 2016, but it was later extended until May 8, 2016. It was distributed to celebrate the opening of the Pokémon Center Kyoto.
This Volcanion was distributed to players who inserted a serial code, which was included on preordered tickets for M19. Tickets could be preordered at 7-Eleven, Ito-Yokado Pokémon Center stores, Pokémon Stores etc. and cinemas showing Pokémon movies from April 16 to July 15, 2016. The serial codes could be used to obtain Volcanion from April 16 to...
These Shiny Xerneas and Yveltal were distributed to players who inserted a serial code that was given away at various locations in select countries. The serial codes could be used to obtain Yveltal from May 5 to December 31, 2016 and the serial codes could be used to obtain Xerneas from May 13 to December 31, 2016.
This Shiny Tapu Koko was distributed to players who inserted a serial code that was given away at participating stores in Hong Kong and Taiwan from April 28 to May 31, 2017. The serial codes could be used to obtain Tapu Koko from April 28 to June 30, 2017 on a Japanese, PAL, or Taiwanese region system.
This Alolan Vulpix was distributed via local wireless at the Pokémon Center Sapporo in Japan from December 1, 2016 to January 31, 2017. It was distributed to celebrate the reopening of the Pokémon Center Sapporo. It was distributed later at all Pokémon Center stores and Pokémon Stores in Japan from February 1 to March 12, 2017.
A collection of Pikachu wearing hats made famous by Ash Ketchum, the star of the Pokémon anime, will be made available to anyone who buys tickets to the series’ upcoming film ahead of its premiere. The latest issue of Japanese gaming magazine CoroCoro revealed the whole set of six, scans of which are found on fan site Serebii.net.