Pokemon manhole covers, also known as Pokéfuta (Japanese: ポケふた) or Poké Lids, have become popular across Japan in recent years.
While most were installed outside of Tokyo, some unique Pokemon-themed covers can still be found within the city and nearby in Yokohama.
Featuring Pikachu and other classic Pokemon characters, these colorful lids add an element of fun to exploring the metropolis.
To see all the Poke Lids, travelers will need to journey to spots like Ueno Park, the Yokohama waterfront, and Machida’s Serigaya Park.
Where to Find Poke Lids Around Tokyo
Tokyo – 12 Poke Lids
Tokyo boasts 12 Poke Lids, located throughout the prefecture, including at Ueno Park and Machida’s Serigaya Park.
Kanagawa – 5 Poke Lids
Kanagawa features 5 Poke Lids, located throughout the prefecture at various picturesque or historically notable spots.
Tochigi – 3 Poke Lids
Tochigi is home to 3 Poke Lids, located throughout the prefecture at picturesque or historically notable spots.
Saitama – 3 Poke Lids
In Saitama, you can find 3 Poke Lids, each situated at various scenic or historically significant locations.
Chiba – 4 Poke Lids
Chiba hosts 4 Poke Lids, placed throughout the prefecture at many picturesque or historically notable spots.
You can find the exact locations from the official Pokémon website.