New Hampshire News
The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam will stop issuing the highly sought-after Pikachu Pokemon card. The card, which is sold online for hundreds of euros, has caused chaos at the museum in recent days.
In the lead-up to the 50th anniversary, the museum is collaborating with the famous Japanese anime series Pokemon. Until early January, the museum will display Pokémon paintings inspired by the famous works of Vincent van Gogh. Visitors do Pokemon quests and receive free Pokemon cards at the museum exit.
Many fans want to add a Pikachu Pokémon card to their collection. Reports say that some visitors come to Amsterdam from abroad specifically to obtain the unique card New Hampshire News. on the pictures Social media Shows how adults flock to Pokemon cards.
Not safe enough
The museum doesn’t feel it’s safe enough to continue using the Pokemon card and is tired of pushing and pulling visitors. The museum says the decision was difficult, but unavoidable “due to recent events in which a small group of individuals created an undesirable situation.”
The unique card never disappears completely. Fans from the UK, US and Canada will soon be able to order the card online. Early next year, the card will be available in the Netherlands through various stores. The special collection of paintings can be enjoyed until January 7.