POKÉMON CONCIERGE – Discover a Relaxing and Invigorating Pokémon Resort Experience in New Stills of the Upcoming Netflix

Ahead of its premiere, Netflix releases new stills from the stop-motion animation series 'Pokémon Concierge,' showcasing a variety of Pokémon at a relaxing resort, set to debut on December 28, 2023
Pokémon Concierge

Netflix, in collaboration with The Pokémon Company, is set to premiere the stop-motion animation series Pokémon Concierge on December 28, 2023. Ahead of its release, fans are treated to new stills showcasing the diverse Pokémon characters at the Pokémon Resort, a serene southern island where Pokémon come for relaxation and leisure.

A Glimpse into the Pokémon Resort

The new stills from Pokémon Concierge reveal a range of beloved Pokémon in various settings of the resort. From the thoughtful Psyduck and cheerful Mudkip to the sleepy Snorlax and the adorable Diglett, each Pokémon brings its unique charm to the series. The stills capture moments of these Pokémon either as guests enjoying their stay or as staff members contributing to the resort’s operations.

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The series follows Haru, a new concierge at the resort, as she learns the ropes of hospitality under the guidance of experienced senior staff. Her journey is one of adventure, friendship, and self-discovery, as she strives to ensure the happiness and comfort of her Pokémon guests.

Creative Minds Behind the Series

Pokémon Concierge features an impressive voice cast, including Karen Fukuhara, Imani Hakim, Josh Keaton, and Lori Alan for the English version. The original Japanese cast includes Non, Fairouz Ai, Eita Okuno, and Yoshiko Watanabe.

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Directed by Iku Ogawa and with a screenplay by Harumi Doki, the series also boasts concept arts and character designs by Tadahiro Uesugi. The production is handled by dwarf studios, known for their expertise in stop-motion animation.

Adding to the charm of the series is the main theme song, “Have a Good Time Here,” performed by renowned artist Mariya Takeuchi. The song encapsulates the series’ light-hearted and joyful spirit.

Series Format and Availability

Pokémon Concierge consists of four episodes, each ranging from 14 to 20 minutes. The series will be available globally on Netflix starting December 28, 2023, offering a unique viewing experience for Pokémon fans and animation enthusiasts alike.

Pokémon Concierge promises to be a delightful addition to the Pokémon universe, offering a fresh perspective on the world of these beloved creatures. With its unique stop-motion style, hand crafted look and feel, and heartwarming narrative, the series is set to captivate audiences of all ages.

Be sure to enjoy the cozy beauty of Netflix’s new stop-motion animation series Pokémon Concierge when the series premieres on December 28, 2023, exclusively on Netflix.

About Pokémon Concierge

Pokémon Concierge

Release Date: December 28, 2023
Director: Iku Ogawa
Screenplay by: Harumi Doki
Concept Arts / Character Design: Tadahiro Uesugi
Production: dwarf studios
Main theme song, “Have a Good Time Here” by: Mariya Takeuchi
Series Format: 4 episodes x 14-20 mins each
English Voice Cast: Karen Fukuhara, Imani Hakim, Josh Keaton, Lori Alan
Original (Japanese) Voice Cast: Non, Fairouz Ai, Eita Okuno, Yoshiko Watanabe

Set at a resort for Pokémon on a southern island, this is the story of a new concierge named Haru, who gradually discovers herself as she and her fellow staff members scramble to attend to the various Pokémon guests.

What are your thoughts on the stop-motion animation style for a Pokémon series? Which Pokémon are you most excited to see in the resort setting and why? And how do you think this series will expand the Pokémon universe? Let us know what you think about the new still and talk all things Pokémon Concierge with us on Discord!

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