Brilliant Photo Essay Spotlights Tokyo’s Late-Night ‘Pokemon Go’ Players

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“Pokemon Go” fever has begun to subside stateside, where the game has been available for a month, but in Japan, where it was released only a week ago, it’s the biggest thing since sliced sushi rolls. And if you thought your city was excited about “Pokemon Go” when it first came out, yo uain’t seen nothin’ yet. In Tokyo, where Pokemon popularity hasn’t waned for 20 years, prospective Pokemon masters are spending all night traversing the city in hopes of catching ’em all. Get a glimpse of Tokyo’s late-night “Pokemon Go” session obsession in Tomasz Lazar’s photo essay for The Washington Post.

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