Yokohama Doll Museum hosting Pokémon exhibit

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Diorama featuring 400 monsters on display through Sept. 2
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The Yokohama Doll Museum is holding a Pokémon Collection exhibit through Sept. 2. The show, which began Saturday, features a diorama of 400 Pokémon Monster Collection figures. The exhibit also features a history of Pokémon movies, a shop and an area to collect Pokémon stamps.

The history of the nine previous movies features scenarios, goods, posters, pamphlets, video clips and a souvenir photograph area.

Kōji Ishizaka (石坂浩二), the president of the museum, is the voice of Darkrai in the 10th movie, Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai. According to Anime News Network, the movie earned more than 2 billion yen (approximately US$16 million) via the sale of more of 2 million pre-sale tickets before its opening day Saturday.

Admission to the show is 1,000 yen for adults and 500 yen for children. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily.