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[[File:Tokyo Pokemon Center exterior.jpg|Exterior of the Tokyo Pokémon Center|thumb|right|300px]]
'''Pokémon Centers''' are retail stores runthat sell official [[Pokémon merchandise]]. Japanese stores are operated by [[The Pokémon Company]], while specializingmall kiosks in the Seattle, Washington, area of the United States are run by [[The Pokémon merchandiseCompany International]].
 
==Products==
 
===USA===
====NewSeattle, YorkWashington====
The Pokémon Company International is headquartered in [[wp:Bellevue, Washington|Bellevue]], a city that neighbors [[wp:Seattle, Washington|Seattle]].
=====Northgate Mall=====
* Opened summer 2010
* 401 NE Northgate Way, Seattle, Washington, 98125
 
This standalone kiosk in the mall's common area is a vending machine that sells five types of [[PokéDoll]]s, several [[Monster Collection]] figures, trading cards, and [[Nintendo DS]] games. It also features interactive games and a PokéDex for visitors to play with.
 
=====Alderwood Mall=====
* Opened November 2010
* 3000 184th Street SW, Lynnwood, Washington, 98037
 
This shop is the larger of the two Seattle-area shops, but it is still in the mall common area and limited in size. It features a larger vending machine kiosk, a tower of PokéDolls and DX PokéDolls, and TPCI employees who answer questions and ring up sales.
 
====New York (Nintendo World Store)====
* Opened November 16, 2001
* 10 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, 10020
* Phone: (212) 307-0900
 
'''Note:''' In January of 2005, Pokémon Center New York closed for remodeling;. it wasIt reopened as a general Nintendo store called [[wp:Nintendo World Store|Nintendo World]] on May 14, 2005, no longer as a Pokémon-exclusive store. There is, thoughhowever, a section in the ground floor devoted to the franchise.
 
==Previous stores==