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[Rare Pekemon Info in Japan] Let’s go to Setagaya park if you want to get Dratini

By Guidable Writers Jul 27, 2016

One of the fun points of “Pokemon GO” is to collect uncommon Pokemon called “Rare Pokemon”.

“Dratini” is especially popular in the rare Pokemon’s.


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As I heard that Setagaya park which is almost between Sangenjaya station of Denentoshi line and Ikejiri ohashi station, Dratini certainly appears one after another and thanks to that I could get a lot!

If you keep visiting Setagaya park, getting Dragonite won’t be a dream?!


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The reason why Dratini is popular is it has a fantastic potential. The second level is “Dragonair” and the third level is “Dragonite”. Speaking of Dragonite, it is the Pokemon which has the biggest CP after Mewtwo. Practically, it is the strongest in Pokemon which you can grow.

I was quite surprised to see so many people in that Setagaya park as I thought nobody worked or went to school in this world. As I walked into the park, it was surrounded by the crowds and heat just like you move from a venue to a next venue of the rock festival in the forests.


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It is shocking to see everyone, every single person, playing “Pokemon Go”.

As a result, I caught 12 Dratini’s in about an hour.
I could encounter Dratini so often as if it was not a rare Pokemon because I could get it every 5 minutes.

There is a report that some could encounter the wild Dragonair and except for Dratini, Ponyta, Scyther and Seadra. It is likely to meet rare Pokemon’s you can’t see very often.

Why don’t you visit Setagaya park if you are looking for Dratini?!