Tottori Prefecture is holding a Pokéfuta stamp rally for a chance to win some sumptuous prizes

Originally published on Sora News by Krista Rogers

Pokélovers can have fun taking in the local sights AND entering a lottery to win some local delicacies.

Since they were originally introduced in 2018, Pokéfuta, or Pokémon manhole covers, have been making a big splash within various Japanese cities. Each cover features a custom design which highlights a famous local spot or cultural artifact–definitely appealing to the “gotta see ’em all!” mentality that many of us travel enthusiasts were raised with.

We had actually previously visited Tottori Prefecture to check out its Pokéfuta, all of which feature prefectural ambassador Sandshrew in both its regular and Alola forms

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