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[[File:Airport pokemon center 2011-2012.png|thumb|Central Japan International Airport Pokèmon Center logo]]
 
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A temporary {{bp|Pokèmon Center (store)|Pokèmon Center}} will be located at「中部国際空港」{{wp|Central Japan International Airport}}, reports {{bp|The Pokèmon Company}}. In addition to selling original Pokèmon merchandise, The Pokèmon Company will also be hosting {{wp|bingo}} games.
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A temporary {{bp|Pokémon Center (store)|Pokémon Center}} will be located at「中部国際空港」{{wp|Central Japan International Airport}}, reports {{bp|The Pokémon Company}}. In addition to selling original Pokémon merchandise, The Pokémon Company will also be hosting {{wp|bingo}} games.
   
 
The store will be located on the fourth floor of the airport. The store will sell original merchandise on Dec. 26, Dec. 27, and Jan. 5. Bingo games will take place from Jan. 1 through Jan. 4. Four bingo games will be played each day, and will cost ¥500 to play.
 
The store will be located on the fourth floor of the airport. The store will sell original merchandise on Dec. 26, Dec. 27, and Jan. 5. Bingo games will take place from Jan. 1 through Jan. 4. Four bingo games will be played each day, and will cost ¥500 to play.
   
This isn't the first time Pokèmon has hosted an event at an airport this year. As [[Pikachu that know Fly to be distributed in Japan|previously reported]], a {{p|Pikachu}} that knew {{m|Fly}} was given away at the 「全日本空輸株式会社」{{wp|All Nippon Airways}} (ANA) terminal in「東京国際空港」{{wp|Tokyo International Airport}}. ANA has been a constant sponsor of Pokèmon events, also hosting a {{p|Darkrai}} {{bp|List of Japanese Nintendo event Pokémon in 2010#All Nippon Airways Darkrai|event}} late last year until earlier this year, and even another {{bp|List of Nintendo event Pokémon in 2004#ANA Pikachu|Pikachu that knows Fly}} event in all the way back in 2004.
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This isn't the first time Pokémon has hosted an event at an airport this year. As [[Pikachu that know Fly to be distributed in Japan|previously reported]], a {{p|Pikachu}} that knew {{m|Fly}} was given away at the 「全日本空輸株式会社」{{wp|All Nippon Airways}} (ANA) terminal in「東京国際空港」{{wp|Tokyo International Airport}}. ANA has been a constant sponsor of Pokémon events, also hosting a {{p|Darkrai}} {{bp|List of Japanese Nintendo event Pokémon in 2010#All Nippon Airways Darkrai|event}} late last year until earlier this year, and even another {{bp|List of Nintendo event Pokémon in 2004#ANA Pikachu|Pikachu that knows Fly}} event in all the way back in 2004.
 
Interestingly, the logo for the Central Japan International Airport does not feature a {{bp|starter Pokèmon}}, as every other Pokèmon Center logo has.
 

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A temporary Pokémon Center will be located at「中部国際空港」Central Japan International Airport, reports The Pokémon Company. In addition to selling original Pokémon merchandise, The Pokémon Company will also be hosting bingo games.

The store will be located on the fourth floor of the airport. The store will sell original merchandise on Dec. 26, Dec. 27, and Jan. 5. Bingo games will take place from Jan. 1 through Jan. 4. Four bingo games will be played each day, and will cost ¥500 to play.

This isn't the first time Pokémon has hosted an event at an airport this year. As previously reported, a Pikachu that knew Fly was given away at the 「全日本空輸株式会社」All Nippon Airways (ANA) terminal in「東京国際空港」Tokyo International Airport. ANA has been a constant sponsor of Pokémon events, also hosting a Darkrai event late last year until earlier this year, and even another Pikachu that knows Fly event in all the way back in 2004.