This event is a crossover with the One Piece anime.
The official One Piece Instagram account revealed the collaboration in a recent post. It'll run from July 22nd through to July 29th, and it'll give you the chance to nab an exclusive Straw Hat Pikachu. If you're yet to read/watch anything One Piece-related, it started life all the way back in 1997 as part of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The straw hat is the signature wardrobe of the One Piece's lead character, Luffy. Niantic announced a Pokemon Go x One Piece event that will help support reconstruction efforts from the 2016 natural disaster in Kumamoto, Japan.
This is being held to support Kumamoto after a severe natural disaster hit the city in 2016. Straw Hat Pikachu will show up as part of a collaboration with One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda to support reconstruction work in his native Kumamoto, Japan, after a 2016 natural disaster.
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Pokemon GO's appraisal system became much more detailed and useful with the 0.149.0 update that released today. The city suffered an natural disaster in January of this year, just barely three years after another 'quake rocked it in 2016.
A One-Piece statue will be placed in Kumamoto, Japan, during this event. Eiichiro Oda, One Piece creator, has been actively participating in the rebuilding of Kumamoto Prefecture because he was born there.
Of course, as this it meant to drive tourism to the city, the art will not appear anywhere else. Now if only the world was united in playing it again.