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The Pokémon Center is now selling a Region Map Posters pack of 9 in a 8x10 inch size for $14.99 USD as well as larger 18x24 inch individual posters of each region for $19.99 USD each.

Adventure from Kanto to Paldea with the Pokémon Center’s Region Map Posters

Wonderful wall art offers a daily reminder of your favorite moments from the Pokémon video games.


From Pallet Town in Kanto, where our journey into the Pokémon world first started, to Area Zero, where your Paldean treasure hunt comes to an end, the Pokémon world is filled with memorable places. And the Pokémon Region Map Posters available at the Pokémon Center are a fantastic reminder of those incredible adventures, from choosing your first partner Pokémon to the final epic battles—and everything in between. These maps are available individually for fans who have a favorite region; and for those Trainers who want the entire collection at their fingertips, a nine-pack set containing one of each poster is available as well.

To celebrate the release of these region maps, we’ve compiled some of our favorite memories inspired by each region. Feel free to take your own stroll down memory lane as you recall the Pokémon you caught, the rivals you battled, and the epic adventures you enjoyed along the way.

Welcome to the World of Pokémon! Pokémon Region Maps Posters (9-Pack)

From Kanto to Paldea and everywhere in between, you can view the regions of the Pokémon world with this collection of nine posters that are captured in an artistic, painterly style.

  • Includes Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova, Kalos, Alola, Galar, and Paldea posters
  • Looks great as a gallery wall
  • Part of the Pokémon Region Maps collection
  • Pokémon Center Original
  • Item Dimensions: 8 x 10 IN
  • Country Of Origin: Printed in the USA
  • Materials: Paper
  • SKU: 710-97605

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/adventure-from-kanto-to-paldea-with-the-pokemon-center-s-region-map-posters
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