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Coumarine City ヒヨクシティ
Hiyoku City
"The city where bay and butte are bound."
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Coumarine City Gym - Kalos Gym #4
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Route 12
Coumarine City
 
Route 13
 
Location
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Location of Coumarine City in Kalos.

Coumarine City (Japanese: ヒヨクシティ Hiyoku City) is a port city located in the Kalos region. It is the hometown of the Gym Leader Ramos.

Places of interest

Coumarine Gym

Main article: Coumarine Gym

The Coumarine Gym is the official Gym of Coumarine City, whose Gym Leader is Ramos.

Coumarine Hotel

The Coumarine Hotel is a seaside resort hotel. The Game Director is found here, asking the player to show their Pokédex once it is complete.

Incense shop

There is a shopkeeper that sells Incenses.

Incenses
Sea Incense Sea Incense
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Odd Incense Odd Incense
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Lax Incense Lax Incense
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Luck Incense Luck Incense
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Rose Incense Rose Incense
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Full Incense Full Incense
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Pure Incense Pure Incense
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Wave Incense Wave Incense
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Rock Incense Rock Incense
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Seaside Station

There is a monorail that will take the player to the city's Pokémon Center and the Pokémon Gym from the seaside.

Hillcrest Station

There is a monorail that will take the player to the city's seaside from the hillcrest part of the city.

Items

Item Location Games
TM Flying TM62 (Acrobatics) Received from a woman west of the Coumarine Hotel after clearing her guessing game  X  Y 
TM Dark TM63 (Embargo) Received from a woman west of the Coumarine Hotel after clearing her guessing game  X  Y 
TM Psychic TM92 (Trick Room) Received from a woman west of the Coumarine Hotel after clearing her guessing game  X  Y 
TM Normal TM100 (Confide) Received from a woman west of the Coumarine Hotel after clearing her guessing game  X  Y 
HM Flying HM02 (Fly) Obtained from Professor Sycamore at the Seaside Station  X  Y 
Elixir Elixir Northwest of the pier near the boats (hidden)  X  Y 
Rawst Berry Rawst Berry Obtained from a stall south of the Incense shop (daily)  X  Y 
Good Rod Good Rod Obtained from a fisher at the seaside  X  Y 
Silk Scarf Silk Scarf Obtained from a man in the house north of the city  X  Y 
Metronome Metronome Obtained from a man at the Hillcrest Station  X  Y 
Sky Plate Sky Plate Found north of the Pokémon Center  X  Y 
Careless Ribbon.png Careless Ribbon In the second floor of the hotel; given to the player's lead Pokémon.Th  X  Y 
Smile Ribbon.png Smile Ribbon In the second floor of the hotel; given to the player's lead Pokémon.Su  X  Y 
Lucky Egg Lucky Egg From a girl in the hotel after showing her a Pokémon with a high friendship level.  X  Y 
Black Sludge Black Sludge From a man inside of the Route 13 gate  X  Y 
Poké Toy Poké Toy In house below Pokémon Center, when the quiz about one Pokémon's cry is answered correctly  X  Y 
Awakening Awakening Behind the cart with the Berries (hidden)  X  Y 
Max Repel Max Repel Left of the house next to the Pokémon Center (hidden)  X  Y 

Trainers

Chespin If the player chose Chespin:





Fennekin If the player chose Fennekin:





Froakie If the player chose Froakie:





Trivia

  • Coumarine's Japanese motto is 海辺と 高台が 連なる 街.
  • An NPC in the house where the player can obtain a Poké Toy will play a remastered version of Unwavering Emotion (Japanese: れぬい) from Pokémon Black and White's soundtrack.

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese ヒヨクシティ Hiyoku City From 比翼草 hiyokusō, Veronica melissaefolia
English Coumarine City From coumarou (French for tonka bean) and marine
French Port Tempères From port and tempera
German Tempera City From Tempera
Italian Temperopoli From tempera
Spanish Ciudad Témpera From tempera
Korean 비익시티 Biik City From 비익 (比翼) biik, Korean reading of 比翼 hiyoku


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