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Join Avenue ジョインアベニュー
Join Avenue
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Join Avenue B2W2.png
Map description: A big avenue that keeps developing as you communicate with more people.
Location: Between Route 4 and Nimbasa City
Region: Unova
Generations: V
Unova Join Avenue Map.png
Location of Join Avenue in Unova.
Pokémon world locations
The entrance to Join Avenue in Black 2
The entrance to Join Avenue in White 2

Join Avenue (Japanese: ジョインアベニュー Join Avenue) is a building introduced in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2. It is located between Route 4 and Nimbasa City, replacing Nimbasa Gate which was previously there. The avenue features exclamations akin to those appearing in the streets of Castelia City.

Initially, the avenue is mostly empty, as the player is assigned by the owner to develop it. Because of this, much of the avenue's content can be customized to the player's liking, including its shops, which provide various services relevant to Trainers.

Join Avenue
An avenue that grows as you deepen
exchanges with other people.

Visitors

The visitors strolling down the avenue are key to its development. It is by engaging these that shops can be opened and visited.

A set amount of strolling NPCs, known as the player's fans, will arrive at the avenue each day. This amount is determined by the avenue's rank and the player's game progression. Once in a while, Gym Leaders will also arrive among these, as a bonus. The avenue can hold no more than twelve visiting NPC fans at a time. Consequently, no NPC fans will arrive on a day where this limit is already reached, even if the player subsequently makes room. This also means that any amount of arriving NPC fans that would have otherwise exceeded the limit will be capped.

Additionally, multiplayer representations of other players of Black, White, Black 2, and White 2 will visit the avenue when they are registered by the game. This is done through any means connecting two player's games, such as the C-Gear's Tag Log, battles, trades, and interaction between Pokémon Dream World accounts. A player's multiplayer representation will have the player's name, the overworld appearance of the Trainer class selected on the player's Trainer Card, the player's self-customized avenue dialogue parts, and carry various information about how the player's game file was upon registration. To get a multiplayer representation to visit anew, the game must be registered again, after at least a day has passed.

Opening shops

There are eight different types of avenue shops, which are Raffle Shops, Beauty Salons, Dojos, Markets, Flower Shops, Antique Shops, Cafés, and Nurseries. All of these provide different services, but some variation in terms of services provided is also found within most shop types, depending on the shop owner. These are referred to as variations A, B, C, and D in this article.

In order to open a shop, the player must invite a visitor to do so, which will make him or her a resident running a shop of his or her preferred type and personal variation, if applicable. The avenue can contain a maximum of eight shops at a time. After this limit is reached, inviting visitors will require replacing an existing shop.

With the exception of the first visitor, Janus, the NPC fans' shop type preferences and shop variations are the same for all games, presented in the table below. The shop type preferences and shop variations of multiplayer representations vary from player to player, but are static and will not vary with the game of the visited avenue. Gym Leaders cannot be invited to open shops.

Appearance Name Japanese Shop
Pokemon Ranger f OD.png Pokémon Ranger Alibena アリビーナ Albina Raffle Shop
Pokemon Breeder m OD.png Pokémon Breeder Anton アントン Anton Raffle Shop
Pokemon Ranger m OD.png Pokémon Ranger Arhippa アルヒッパ Arhippa Raffle Shop
Pokemon Breeder f OD.png Pokémon Breeder Asta アスタ Asta Raffle Shop
Ace Trainer f OD.png Ace Trainer Jannis ジャニス Janice Raffle Shop
Ace Trainer m OD.png Ace Trainer Jephew ジェヒュー Jehu Raffle Shop
Ace Trainer m OD.png Ace Trainer Assar アッサール Assar Beauty Salon (A)
Youngster OD.png Youngster Axel アクセル Axel Beauty Salon (A)
Scientist m OD.png Scientist Julian ジャン Jean Beauty Salon (A)
Ace Trainer f OD.png Ace Trainer Alwyn アラベッラ Arabella Beauty Salon (B)
Lass OD.png Lass Assunta アッスンタ Assunta Beauty Salon (B)
Scientist f OD.png Scientist Janette ジョイス Joyce Beauty Salon (B)
Pokemon Ranger m OD.png Pokémon Ranger Jonas ジョナス Jonas Dojo (A)
Hiker OD.png Hiker Alpi アルピ Alpi Dojo (B)
Scientist f OD.png Scientist Anneli アンネリ Anneli Dojo (B)
Parasol Lady OD.png Parasol Lady Anelma アネルマ Anelma Dojo (C)
Pokemon Ranger f OD.png Pokémon Ranger Jenna ジェナ Jenna Dojo (C)
Scientist m OD.png Scientist Anselmi アンセルミ Anselmi Dojo (D)
Roughneck OD.png Roughneck Justan ジュスタン Justan Market (A)
Nurse OD.png Nurse Jeanne ジャンヌ Jeanne Market (B)
Preschooler m OD.png Preschooler Joelle ジェリー Jerry Market (C)
Preschooler m OD.png Preschooler Jule ジュール Jules Market (C)
Preschooler f OD.png Preschooler Judith ジュディス Judith Market (D)
Preschooler f OD.png Preschooler Julie ジュリー Julie Market (D)
Nurse OD.png Nurse Ainikki アイニッキ Ainikki Flower Shop (A)
Preschooler f OD.png Preschooler Armina アーム Aamu Flower Shop (B)
Pokemon Breeder f OD.png Pokémon Breeder Joan ジョアン Joan Flower Shop (B)
Preschooler m OD.png Preschooler Arpo アーポ Aapo Flower Shop (C)
Pokemon Breeder m OD.png Pokémon Breeder Joakim ジャレッド Jared Flower Shop (C)
Roughneck OD.png Roughneck Aleron アッラン Allan Flower Shop (D)
Hiker OD.png Hiker Julio ジョエル Joel Antique Shop (A)
Pokemon Breeder f OD.png Pokémon Breeder Agata アガタ Agata Antique Shop (C)
Parasol Lady OD.png Parasol Lady Jane ジョスリン Jocelyn Antique Shop (C)
Pokemon Ranger f OD.png Pokémon Ranger Annetta アンネッタ Annetta Antique Shop (D)
Pokemon Breeder m OD.png Pokémon Breeder Amando アマンド Amando Antique Shop (?)
Pokemon Ranger m OD.png Pokémon Ranger Atilio アティリオ Atilio Antique Shop (?)
Ace Trainer f OD.png Ace Trainer Antonie アントニナ Antonina Café (A)
Youngster OD.png Youngster Artos アートス Artos Café (A)
Lass OD.png Lass Jocelyn ジェーン Jane Café (A)
Lass OD.png Lass Alena アリョーナ Alena Café (B)
Ace Trainer m OD.png Ace Trainer Azzo アッツォ Azzo Café (B)
Youngster OD.png Youngster Jasper ジャスパー Jasper Café (B)
Scientist f OD.png Scientist Jaclyn ジャサント Jacinthe Nursery*
Scientist m OD.png Scientist Jacorey ジャコブ Jacob Nursery*
Hiker OD.png Hiker Jaylen ジェローム Jerome Nursery*
Nurse OD.png Nurse Jess ジェシー Jessie Nursery*
Roughneck OD.png Roughneck Jimbo ジョシュア Joshua Nursery*
Parasol Lady OD.png Parasol Lady Josie ジョゼ Josée Nursery*
Youngster OD.png Youngster Janus ハジメ Hajime Varies with ID

Recommending shops

Instead of inviting a visitor to open a shop, the player can also choose to recommend a visitor to visit one of the avenue's shops, after which they will leave. Successful recommendations result in popularity point gains for the recommended shops and the avenue itself, which determine their respective ranks.

Unlike when inviting visitors to open shops, the shops a visitor wants to visit are not always limited to one type, and vary from visit to visit. Before recommending, visitors will indicate what kind of shop they would like to visit by uttering one of the phrases listed below. As can be observed, NPC fans' popularity point yield values are 75% of those of multiplayer representations. By answering multiple-choice questions concerning personal information and preferences, the player can unlock additional visitor phrases, which are not present in the table. Visiting Gym Leaders use phrases different from the ones listed, and will always yield 1000 popularity points if satisfied.

Sometimes, visitors will be persuaded by shop owners to visit shops beyond the one initially recommended, increasing the popularity of each visited shop, which could potentially be all eight shops on the avenue. During such a chain, the popularity point value will increase by 25% of its original value for each shop. However, the avenue itself will not receive popularity points for each shop visited, receiving only the amount yielded to the final shop.

Visitor phrase Appropriate shop(s) Points
Raffle Beauty Dojo Market Flower Antique Café Nursery * *
Frankly, the place I want to go is there! 90 120
I want my Pokémon to have a delicious meal. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 75 100
I want to buy a lot of items that only Trainers can use! ? ? ? ? ? ? 75 100
I want to buy a lot of items that only Trainers can use! ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
I want to feel excited! ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
I want to find a rare treasure. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
I want to find a service that makes my Pokémon great! ? ? ? ? ? 75 100
I want to get a good deal. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
I want to get Berries. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
I want to go shopping! ? ? ? ? ? 75 100
I want to go there... You know! There! 45 60
I want to go to a cute shop. ? ? ? 150 200
I want to go to a flashy shop. ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
I want to go to a place where Pokémon are. ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
I want to go to a shop with a cool and mature look. ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
I want to go to a shop with a country look. ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
I want to make my Pokémon more beautiful. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
I want to see the craftsmanship of a person in a shop. ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
I want to wander around the avenue. If there's a shop with a female clerk, I want to go there. 75 100
I want to wander around the avenue. If there's a shop with a male clerk, I want to go there. 75 100
I want to win prizes. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
Is there a place where I can be less stressed? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
Is there a place where I can enjoy window shopping? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
Is there a place where I can lounge around? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
Is there a place where I can relax? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
Is there a place where I can test my intuition? ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
Is there a place where I can warm up? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
Is there any place where boys will be thrilled? ? ? ? ? ? 150 200
Is there any place where girls will be thrilled? ? 150 200
It's a wonderful avenue! Please take me to a shop you recommend! 37 50
Now, where do you think I want to go? 45 60
Take me somewhere! Anywhere! 90 120
Take me where I want to go! With your intuition! 180 240

Souvenirs

When engaged, visitors frequently greet the player with one of the souvenir item listed below. As the avenue's rank increases, it is possible to get more valuable items.

Item Rank
Potion Potion ?
Super Potion Super Potion ?
Hyper Potion Hyper Potion ?
Fresh Water Fresh Water 1
Soda Pop Soda Pop ?
Lemonade Lemonade ?
Repel Repel 1
Super Repel Super Repel ?
Max Repel Max Repel ?
Poké Ball Poké Ball 1
Great Ball Great Ball ?
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball ?
Dire Hit Dire Hit ?
Guard Spec. Guard Spec. ?
Revive Revive ?
Max Revive Max Revive ?
Heart Scale Heart Scale ?
Pearl Pearl ?
Nugget Nugget ?

Rank

The avenue and all of its individual shops each have their own rank, all starting at Rank 1. To reach the next rank, the required amount of popularity points must be gained by recommending shops to visitors. Upon reaching a new avenue rank or shop rank, the amount of popularity points required to reach the next rank will always be at its maximum, ignoring any popularity point gain exceeding the previous requirement. For example, if the avenue needs 20 points to reach the next rank, there is no difference between an increase of 20 points or 1000 points.

Avenue rank

For each rank higher than Rank 1, the prices of the avenue's shop's services are decreased by one percent, capping at a 40% discount.

As the avenue's rank increases, NPCs will start residing in the players office and on the avenue. These will ask the player multiple-choice questions concerning personal information and preferences. The answers given will be used to determine various outcomes when players interact on each others avenues. One of these NPCs, namely the man residing in the player's office wearing a black suit and shades, does not follow this pattern, and will instead provide some information about the current shop owners in the player's avenue - this applies only to the multiplayer representations owning a shop, as the man will have no information about regular NPC fans. He will not have as much information about players of Black and White as he will have about players of Black 2 and White 2.

Upon reaching Rank 20, the owner of the avenue will appear in the player's office, after which a sequence follows, where the player and his or her four assistants walk down the avenue, greeting all of the shop owners, displaying various information about the avenue's current status, as they are cheered on. This feature has its own background music, ジョインアベニューであいさつ! Join Avenue Salutation!

The owner of the avenue will reward the player with one Stardust for every rank increase after Rank 20, except for every tenth rank, where he will give a Rare Candy instead.

Assistants

Avenue rank also determines the amount of assistants residing in the player's office, and which services they provide.

  • Assistant No. 1
"Leave registration to me!"
Can check avenue status, change the player's avenue title, and change various avenue dialogue parts. After reaching Rank 10, this assitant can also change avenue name (under usual restrictions). After reaching Rank 20, the greeting feature can be reactivated at any time by talking to this assistant.
Ace Trainer f OD.png Jacci (Japanese: イチミ Ichimi) holds this position by default, residing in the player's office from the start.
  • Assistant No. 2
"Ask me about shops!"
Can tell a perfect shop for the player, letting the player choose from a list of different types of shops. The length of this list increases with the avenue's rank, ultimately containing all eight shop types.
Ace Trainer m OD.png Future (Japanese: ミライ Mirai) holds this position by default, residing in the player's office from the start.
  • Assistant No. 3
"Let me organize everything!"
Can move the player's Pokémon in the Pokémon Storage System, show various Record Rankings about the player and the players whose multiplayer representations reside in the avenue, change the roles of assistants, and change the physical order of shops in the avenue. After reaching Rank 6, this assistant can also change the appearance of the avenue's neon arch between four styles: Star Orange, Aurora Purple, Cloud Light Blue, and Stone Green.
Scientist m OD.png Gardner (Japanese: パソキチ Pasokichi) holds this position by default, arriving as a reward for reaching avenue Rank 2.
  • Assistant No. 4
"Leave Pokémon healing to me!"
Can heal the player's Pokémon.
Nurse OD.png Elethia (Japanese: チュ Chu) holds this position by default, arriving as a reward for reaching Rank 4.

After reaching Rank 8, the default assistants can be replaced by visiting multiplayer representations that the player is able to recruit.

Shop rank

The rank of a shop determines the services it provides. The maximum rank a shop can reach is Rank 10, after which it will stop receiving popularity points, although it can still be recommended to visitors, contributing with popularity points to the avenue rank. Any service provided by a shop can only be provided once per day, unless the shop's rank goes up, in which case it will refresh.

When all eight shops on a player's avenue have reached Rank 10, the shop owners decide to run a special promotion, which lasts for seven days. During a promotion, all services are discounted beyond the usual avenue rank-based discount, making it possible to break the 40% discount cap during such a period. Raffle Shops, which are free and thus cannot be discounted, give the player two chances instead of one during promotions.

All shops change appearance and name when reaching Rank 4, and again at Rank 8, as presented in the table below.

Shop type Rank 1-3 Rank 4-7 Rank 8-10
Raffle Shop Dream ★ <name> Lucky ★ <name> Happy ★ <name>
Beauty Salon Barber <name> Salon <name> Studio <name>
Dojo <name> Fitness <name>'s Ring <name>'s Colosseum
Market <name> Mart <name>'s Shop <name>'s Emporium
Flower Shop Florist <name> <name>'s Flowers <name>'s Garden
Antique Shop <name>'s Antiques Gallery <name> <name> Museum
Café Deli <name> <name>'s Kitchen Bistro <name>
Nursery <name> Place <name> Corner <name> Land

The amount of popularity points required to reach the various shop ranks are as follows.

From
Rank
To
Rank
Points
1 2 200
2 3 250
3 4 300
4 5 350
5 6 400
6 7 500
7 8 600
8 9 800
9 10 1000

Raffle Shop

Visitor wanting to open a Raffle Shop:

"I would want to make everyone excited."

A Raffle Shop (Japanese: くじびきや Lottery Shop) provides a free, daily raffle as its only service, where the player wins a random prize. The chance of getting a greater prize increases with the rank of the shop.

The services provided by Raffle Shops do not vary with the shop owner.

No. Item
1 Master Ball Master Ball
2 Rare Candy Rare Candy
3 PP Max PP Max
4 PP Up PP Up
5 Max Revive Max Revive
6 Max Elixir Max Elixir
7 Max Ether Max Ether
8 Ultra Ball Ultra Ball
9 Full Heal Full Heal
10 Berry Juice Berry Juice

Beauty Salon

Visitor wanting to open a Beauty Salon:

"I would want to make people's Pokémon more beautiful."

A Beauty Salon (Japanese: びようしつ Beauty Parlor) offers various services increasing a Pokémon's friendship, with most of these also lowering its effort values. If the chosen Pokémon is already at maximum friendship, the shop owner will decline to provide the requested service.

The services provided by Beauty Salons vary with the shop owner along two different variations, referred to as A and B in this article.

Rank Service Effect Price A B
10 Slender Makeup 3 Increases friendship and lowers HP effort value by 255 points PokémonDollar.png20000
10 Calm Makeup 3 Increases friendship and lowers Attack effort value by 255 points PokémonDollar.png20000
10 Gentle Makeup 3 Increases friendship and lowers Defense effort value by 255 points PokémonDollar.png20000
10 Mellow Makeup 3 Increases friendship and lowers Special Attack effort value by 255 points PokémonDollar.png20000
10 Warm Makeup 3 Increases friendship and lowers Special Defense effort value by 255 points PokémonDollar.png20000
10 Slow Makeup 3 Increases friendship and lowers Speed effort value by 255 points PokémonDollar.png20000
9 Slender Makeup 2 Increases friendship and lowers HP effort value by 100 points PokémonDollar.png8000
8 Calm Makeup 2 Increases friendship and lowers Attack effort value by 100 points PokémonDollar.png8000
8 Gentle Makeup 2 Increases friendship and lowers Defense effort value by 100 points PokémonDollar.png8000
? Mellow Makeup 2 Increases friendship and lowers Special Attack effort value by 100 points PokémonDollar.png8000
? Warm Makeup 2 Increases friendship and lowers Special Defense effort value by 100 points PokémonDollar.png8000
? Slow Makeup 2 Increases friendship and lowers Speed effort value by 100 points PokémonDollar.png8000
1/7 Slender Makeup Increases friendship and lowers HP effort value by 50 points PokémonDollar.png4000
?/6 Calm Makeup Increases friendship and lowers Attack effort value by 50 points PokémonDollar.png4000
?/5 Gentle Makeup Increases friendship and lowers Defense effort value by 50 points PokémonDollar.png4000
?/4 Mellow Makeup Increases friendship and lowers Special Attack effort value by 50 points PokémonDollar.png4000
?/3 Warm Makeup Increases friendship and lowers Special Defense effort value by 50 points PokémonDollar.png4000
?/1 Slow Makeup Increases friendship and lowers Speed effort value by 50 points PokémonDollar.png4000
1 Brushing Increases friendship PokémonDollar.png1000
1 Shampoo Increases friendship PokémonDollar.png1500
1 Smile Cut Increases friendship PokémonDollar.png2000
2 Beauty Cut Increases friendship PokémonDollar.png2500
2 Royal Cut Increases friendship PokémonDollar.png3000

Dojo

Visitor wanting to open a Dojo:

"I would want to train people's Pokémon and make them strong."

A Dojo (Japanese: どうじょう Dojo) offers various services increasing a Pokémon's effort values or level. A Pokémon will not evolve or learn new moves when its level is increased in this manner.

The services provided by Dojos vary with the shop owner along four different variations, referred to as A, B, C, and D in this article.

Rank Service Price A B C D
10 Training Lv. 4 PokémonDollar.png60000 ? ? ?
? Training Lv. 3 PokémonDollar.png45000 ? ? ?
4 Training Lv. 2 PokémonDollar.png45000 ? ?
1 Training Lv. 1 PokémonDollar.png15000 ? ?
10 HP Lv. 64 PokémonDollar.png96000 ? ? ?
10 Attack Lv. 64 PokémonDollar.png96000 ? ? ?
? Defense Lv. 32 PokémonDollar.png48000 ? ? ?
? Sp. Atk Lv. 32 PokémonDollar.png48000 ? ? ?
? Sp. Def Lv. 24 PokémonDollar.png36000 ? ? ?
? Speed Lv. 24 PokémonDollar.png36000 ? ? ?
4 HP Lv. 16 PokémonDollar.png26000 ? ?
4 Attack Lv. 16 PokémonDollar.png26000 ? ?
3 Defense Lv. 8 PokémonDollar.png12000 ? ?
2 Sp. Atk Lv. 8 PokémonDollar.png12000 ? ?
1 Sp. Def Lv. 4 PokémonDollar.png6000 ? ?
1 Speed Lv. 4 PokémonDollar.png6000 ? ?

Market

Visitor wanting to open a Market:

"I would want to collect a lot of things and surprise everyone."

A Market (Japanese: マーケット Market) sells various items, mainly in large batches, at a discount. Most of these items are not sold in regular Poké Marts.

The services provided by Markets vary with the shop owner along four different variations, referred to as A, B, C, and D in this article.

Rank Item Name Price A B C D
10 Max Revive Max Revive Max Revive PokémonDollar.png5000
9 PP Up PP Up PP Up PokémonDollar.png12500
8 RageCandyBar RageCandyBar ×2 Souvenir Set PokémonDollar.png2000 ?
8 Lava Cookie Lava Cookie ×2 Souvenir Set PokémonDollar.png1000 ?
8 Old Gateau Old Gateau ×2 Souvenir Set PokémonDollar.png1000 ?
? HP Up HP Up ×12 HP Set PokémonDollar.png99960 ?
? Protein Protein ×12 Attack Set PokémonDollar.png99960 ?
? Iron Iron ×12 Defense Set PokémonDollar.png99960 ?
6 Calcium Calcium ×12 Sp. Attack Set PokémonDollar.png99960 ?
7 Zinc Zinc ×12 Sp. Defense Set PokémonDollar.png99960 ?
5 Carbos Carbos ×12 Speed Set PokémonDollar.png99960 ?
4 Ether Ether Ether PokémonDollar.png1500
4 ? Battle Set E PokémonDollar.png?
4 X Accuracy X Accuracy ×12 Battle Set F PokémonDollar.png8550
4 X Special X Special ×12 Battle Set G PokémonDollar.png?
4 X Sp. Def X Sp. Def ×12 Battle Set H PokémonDollar.png3150
3 Guard Spec. Guard Spec. ×12 Battle Set A PokémonDollar.png6300
3 Dire Hit Dire Hit ×12 Battle Set B PokémonDollar.png5850
3 X Attack X Attack ×12 Battle Set C PokémonDollar.png4500
3 X Defend X Defend ×12 Battle Set D PokémonDollar.png4950
2 Honey Honey ×12 Honey Set PokémonDollar.png3600
4 Fresh Water Fresh Water ×48 Water Set 4 PokémonDollar.png9600
3 Fresh Water Fresh Water ×36 Water Set 3 PokémonDollar.png7200
2 Fresh Water Fresh Water ×24 Water Set 2 PokémonDollar.png4800
1 Fresh Water Fresh Water ×12 Water Set 1 PokémonDollar.png2400
7 Moomoo Milk Moomoo Milk ×48 Milk Set 4 PokémonDollar.png24000
6 Moomoo Milk Moomoo Milk ×36 Milk Set 3 PokémonDollar.png18000
3 Moomoo Milk Moomoo Milk ×24 Milk Set 2 PokémonDollar.png12000
1 Moomoo Milk Moomoo Milk ×12 Milk Set 1 PokémonDollar.png6000
? Hyper Potion Hyper Potion ×48 Medicine Set 4 PokémonDollar.png43200
? Hyper Potion Hyper Potion ×36 Medicine Set 3 PokémonDollar.png32400
4 Hyper Potion Hyper Potion ×24 Medicine Set 2 PokémonDollar.png21600
1 Hyper Potion Hyper Potion ×12 Medicine Set 1 PokémonDollar.png10800
? Full Heal Full Heal ×48 Full Heal Set 4 PokémonDollar.png21600
? Full Heal Full Heal ×36 Full Heal Set 3 PokémonDollar.png16200
4 Full Heal Full Heal ×24 Full Heal Set 2 PokémonDollar.png10800
1 Full Heal Full Heal ×12 Full Heal Set 1 PokémonDollar.png5400
? Revive Revive ×48 Revive Set 4 PokémonDollar.png54000
? Revive Revive ×36 Revive Set 3 PokémonDollar.png40500
4 Revive Revive ×24 Revive Set 2 PokémonDollar.png27000
1 Revive Revive ×12 Revive Set 1 PokémonDollar.png13500
? Max Repel Max Repel ×48 Repel Set 4 PokémonDollar.png25200
? Max Repel Max Repel ×36 Repel Set 3 PokémonDollar.png18900
4 Max Repel Max Repel ×24 Repel Set 2 PokémonDollar.png12600
1 Max Repel Max Repel ×12 Repel Set 1 PokémonDollar.png6300


Flower Shop

Visitor wanting to open a Flower Shop:

"I would want to help everyone relax with beautiful flowers."

A Flower Shop (Japanese: はなや Florist) sells Berries and Mulch.

The services provided by Flower Shops vary with the shop owner along four different variations, referred to as A, B, C, and D in this article.

Rank Item Price A B C D
10 Pomeg Berry Pomeg Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png3000
10 Kelpsy Berry Kelpsy Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png3000
10 Hondew Berry Hondew Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png3000
10 Grepa Berry Grepa Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png3000
9 Qualot Berry Qualot Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png3000
9 Tamato Berry Tamato Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png3000
8 Liechi Berry Liechi Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
8 Apicot Berry Apicot Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
8 Salac Berry Salac Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
8 Rindo Berry Rindo Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
8 Ganlon Berry Ganlon Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
8 Wacan Berry Wacan Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
8 Petaya Berry Petaya Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
8 Occa Berry Occa Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
7 Passho Berry Passho Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
7 Shuca Berry Shuca Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
7 Kebia Berry Kebia Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
7 Yache Berry Yache Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
6 Chople Berry Chople Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
6 Charti Berry Charti Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
6 Tanga Berry Tanga Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
6 Coba Berry Coba Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
5 Payapa Berry Payapa Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
5 Babiri Berry Babiri Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
5 Colbur Berry Colbur Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
5 Kasib Berry Kasib Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
4 Haban Berry Haban Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
4 Chilan Berry Chilan Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png2000
4 Leppa Berry Leppa Berry PokémonDollar.png1500
4 Bluk Berry Bluk Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png600
4 Razz Berry Razz Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png600
3 Lum Berry Lum Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png800
3 Sitrus Berry Sitrus Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png800
3 Persim Berry Persim Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png600
2 Aspear Berry Aspear Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png600
2 Oran Berry Oran Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png600
1 Chesto Berry Chesto Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png600
1 Pecha Berry Pecha Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png600
1 Rawst Berry Rawst Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png600
1 Cheri Berry Cheri Berry ×4 PokémonDollar.png600
6 Gooey Mulch Gooey Mulch ×4 PokémonDollar.png1600
6 Damp Mulch Damp Mulch ×4 PokémonDollar.png1600
6 Growth Mulch Growth Mulch ×4 PokémonDollar.png1600
6 Stable Mulch Stable Mulch ×4 PokémonDollar.png1600
3 Gooey Mulch Gooey Mulch ×2 PokémonDollar.png800
3 Damp Mulch Damp Mulch ×2 PokémonDollar.png800
3 Growth Mulch Growth Mulch ×2 PokémonDollar.png800
3 Stable Mulch Stable Mulch ×2 PokémonDollar.png800
1 Gooey Mulch Gooey Mulch PokémonDollar.png400
1 Damp Mulch Damp Mulch PokémonDollar.png400
1 Growth Mulch Growth Mulch PokémonDollar.png400
1 Stable Mulch Stable Mulch PokémonDollar.png400

Antique Shop

Visitor wanting to open an Antique Shop:

"I would want to collect unique items and surprise everyone."

An Antique Shop (Japanese: ふるどうぐや Secondhand Store) sells various unidentified items which are appraised by the shop owner after purchasing, granting the player a Hard Stone or a surprise item.

The services provided by Antique Shops do not vary with the shop owner. However, variation between Antique Shop owners is found in terms of what actual items the, otherwise identical, unidentified items can contain. These variations are referred to as A, B, C, and D in this article.

Rank Item Price Possible contents
9 Chunk S Rank PokémonDollar.png2000 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Red Shard Sprite.pngBag Green Shard Sprite.pngBag Blue Shard Sprite.pngBag Yellow Shard Sprite.pngBag Poké Ball Sprite.pngBag Great Ball Sprite.pngBag Ultra Ball Sprite.pngBag Nugget Sprite.pngBag Big Nugget Sprite.png
6 Chunk A Rank PokémonDollar.png1500 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Red Shard Sprite.pngBag Green Shard Sprite.pngBag Blue Shard Sprite.pngBag Yellow Shard Sprite.pngBag Poké Ball Sprite.pngBag Great Ball Sprite.pngBag Ultra Ball Sprite.pngBag Nugget Sprite.pngBag Big Nugget Sprite.png
3 Chunk B Rank PokémonDollar.png750 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Red Shard Sprite.pngBag Green Shard Sprite.pngBag Blue Shard Sprite.pngBag Yellow Shard Sprite.pngBag Poké Ball Sprite.pngBag Great Ball Sprite.pngBag Ultra Ball Sprite.pngBag Nugget Sprite.pngBag Big Nugget Sprite.png
1 Chunk C Rank PokémonDollar.png500 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Red Shard Sprite.pngBag Green Shard Sprite.pngBag Blue Shard Sprite.pngBag Yellow Shard Sprite.pngBag Poké Ball Sprite.pngBag Great Ball Sprite.pngBag Ultra Ball Sprite.pngBag Nugget Sprite.pngBag Big Nugget Sprite.png
10 Polished Rock PokémonDollar.png600 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Float Stone Sprite.pngBag Everstone Sprite.pngBag Rare Bone Sprite.png Bag Helix Fossil Sprite.pngBag Root Fossil Sprite.pngBag Armor Fossil Sprite.pngBag Old Amber Sprite.pngBag Rock Gem Sprite.png* Bag Dome Fossil Sprite.pngBag Claw Fossil Sprite.pngBag Skull Fossil Sprite.pngBag Cover Fossil Sprite.pngBag Plume Fossil Sprite.png*
? Rough Rock PokémonDollar.png500 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Float Stone Sprite.pngBag Everstone Sprite.pngBag Rare Bone Sprite.png Bag Helix Fossil Sprite.pngBag Root Fossil Sprite.pngBag Armor Fossil Sprite.pngBag Old Amber Sprite.pngBag Rock Gem Sprite.png* Bag Dome Fossil Sprite.pngBag Claw Fossil Sprite.pngBag Skull Fossil Sprite.pngBag Cover Fossil Sprite.pngBag Plume Fossil Sprite.png*
? Rugged Rock PokémonDollar.png400 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Float Stone Sprite.pngBag Everstone Sprite.pngBag Rare Bone Sprite.png Bag Helix Fossil Sprite.pngBag Root Fossil Sprite.pngBag Armor Fossil Sprite.pngBag Old Amber Sprite.pngBag Rock Gem Sprite.png* Bag Dome Fossil Sprite.pngBag Claw Fossil Sprite.pngBag Skull Fossil Sprite.pngBag Cover Fossil Sprite.pngBag Plume Fossil Sprite.png*
? Jagged Rock PokémonDollar.png300 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Float Stone Sprite.pngBag Everstone Sprite.pngBag Rare Bone Sprite.png Bag Helix Fossil Sprite.pngBag Root Fossil Sprite.pngBag Armor Fossil Sprite.pngBag Old Amber Sprite.pngBag Rock Gem Sprite.png* Bag Dome Fossil Sprite.pngBag Claw Fossil Sprite.pngBag Skull Fossil Sprite.pngBag Cover Fossil Sprite.pngBag Plume Fossil Sprite.png*
10 Small Box PokémonDollar.png750 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Tiny Mushroom Sprite.pngBag Big Mushroom Sprite.pngBag Heart Scale Sprite.pngBag Pearl Sprite.pngBag Big Pearl Sprite.pngBag Sacred Ash Sprite.png Bag Magmarizer Sprite.pngBag Protector Sprite.pngBag Reaper Cloth Sprite.png* * Bag Electirizer Sprite.pngBag Prism Scale Sprite.pngBag Dubious Disc Sprite.png* Bag Metal Coat Sprite.pngBag Dragon Scale Sprite.pngBag Up-Grade Sprite.png*
7 Ordinary Box PokémonDollar.png650 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Tiny Mushroom Sprite.pngBag Big Mushroom Sprite.pngBag Heart Scale Sprite.pngBag Pearl Sprite.pngBag Big Pearl Sprite.pngBag Sacred Ash Sprite.png Bag Magmarizer Sprite.pngBag Protector Sprite.pngBag Reaper Cloth Sprite.png* * Bag Electirizer Sprite.pngBag Prism Scale Sprite.pngBag Dubious Disc Sprite.png* Bag Metal Coat Sprite.pngBag Dragon Scale Sprite.pngBag Up-Grade Sprite.png*
4 Big Box PokémonDollar.png450 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Tiny Mushroom Sprite.pngBag Big Mushroom Sprite.pngBag Heart Scale Sprite.pngBag Pearl Sprite.pngBag Big Pearl Sprite.pngBag Sacred Ash Sprite.png Bag Magmarizer Sprite.pngBag Protector Sprite.pngBag Reaper Cloth Sprite.png* * Bag Electirizer Sprite.pngBag Prism Scale Sprite.pngBag Dubious Disc Sprite.png* Bag Metal Coat Sprite.pngBag Dragon Scale Sprite.pngBag Up-Grade Sprite.png*
1 Super Big Box PokémonDollar.png350 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Tiny Mushroom Sprite.pngBag Big Mushroom Sprite.pngBag Heart Scale Sprite.pngBag Pearl Sprite.pngBag Big Pearl Sprite.pngBag Sacred Ash Sprite.png Bag Magmarizer Sprite.pngBag Protector Sprite.pngBag Reaper Cloth Sprite.png* * Bag Electirizer Sprite.pngBag Prism Scale Sprite.pngBag Dubious Disc Sprite.png* Bag Metal Coat Sprite.pngBag Dragon Scale Sprite.pngBag Up-Grade Sprite.png*
10 Dusty Stone PokémonDollar.png500 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Float Stone Sprite.pngBag Everstone Sprite.png Bag Water Stone Sprite.pngBag Thunder Stone Sprite.pngBag Moon Stone Sprite.pngBag Dusk Stone Sprite.pngBag Dawn Stone Sprite.png* Bag Fire Stone Sprite.pngBag Leaf Stone Sprite.pngBag Sun Stone Sprite.pngBag Shiny Stone Sprite.pngBag Odd Keystone Sprite.png*
8 Dingy Stone PokémonDollar.png400 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Float Stone Sprite.pngBag Everstone Sprite.png Bag Water Stone Sprite.pngBag Thunder Stone Sprite.pngBag Moon Stone Sprite.pngBag Dusk Stone Sprite.pngBag Dawn Stone Sprite.png* Bag Fire Stone Sprite.pngBag Leaf Stone Sprite.pngBag Sun Stone Sprite.pngBag Shiny Stone Sprite.pngBag Odd Keystone Sprite.png*
5 Black Stone PokémonDollar.png300 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Float Stone Sprite.pngBag Everstone Sprite.png Bag Water Stone Sprite.pngBag Thunder Stone Sprite.pngBag Moon Stone Sprite.pngBag Dusk Stone Sprite.pngBag Dawn Stone Sprite.png* Bag Fire Stone Sprite.pngBag Leaf Stone Sprite.pngBag Sun Stone Sprite.pngBag Shiny Stone Sprite.pngBag Odd Keystone Sprite.png*
2 Dirty Stone PokémonDollar.png200 Bag Hard Stone Sprite.pngBag Float Stone Sprite.pngBag Everstone Sprite.png Bag Water Stone Sprite.pngBag Thunder Stone Sprite.pngBag Moon Stone Sprite.pngBag Dusk Stone Sprite.pngBag Dawn Stone Sprite.png* Bag Fire Stone Sprite.pngBag Leaf Stone Sprite.pngBag Sun Stone Sprite.pngBag Shiny Stone Sprite.pngBag Odd Keystone Sprite.png*

Café

Visitor wanting to open a Café:

"I would want to make delicious meals for Pokémon and make them happy."

A Café (Japanese: カフェ Café) offers various services increasing a Pokémon's friendship, effort values, or level. A Pokémon will not evolve or learn new moves when its level is increased in this manner.

The services provided by Cafés vary with the shop owner along two different variations, referred to as A and B in this article.

Rank Service Price A B
10 ふしぎディナー PokémonDollar.png96000 ?
10 ふしぎデザート PokémonDollar.png45000 ?
9 うらメニューD PokémonDollar.png72000 ?
? うらメニューE PokémonDollar.png72000 ?
? うらメニューF PokémonDollar.png72000 ?
?/1 Power Lunch F PokémonDollar.png36000 ?
?/4 Power Lunch E PokémonDollar.png36000 ?
6/5 Power Lunch D PokémonDollar.png36000 ?
5/6 Power Lunch C PokémonDollar.png36000
4/? Power Lunch B PokémonDollar.png36000
1/? Power Lunch A PokémonDollar.png36000
4 Friendly Combo PokémonDollar.png2000
3 Loyalty Meal PokémonDollar.png14000
2 Wonder Brunch PokémonDollar.png15000
1 Friendly Drink PokémonDollar.png500
1 Friendly Lunch PokémonDollar.png1000

Nursery

Visitor wanting to open a Nursery:

"I would want to spend my days helping Pokémon Eggs hatch."

A Nursery (Japanese: ほいくじょ Nursery) offers various services that make Eggs hatch faster.

Nurseries are initially inaccessible. Once unlocked, by entering the Hall of Fame and reaching avenue Rank 15, certain compatible visitors (such as NPC fans Jaylen and Jess) will change shop type, meaning that they will ask to open a Nursery upon invitation, rather than their previous shop type. In the event that such a character is already residing in the avenue with their initial shop type, the player can change that shop into a Nursery. If such a change is made, the shop's rank is kept, but the amount of popularity points required to reach the next rank will be reset to its maximum.

The services provided by Nurseries do not vary with the shop owner.

Service Price No. of uses at Rank
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Warm Lv. 5 PokémonDollar.png2500 6 2 ? ? ? ? ? 0 0 0
Warm Lv. 4 PokémonDollar.png2200 4 2 ? ? ? ? ? 0 0 0
Warm Lv. 3 PokémonDollar.png1800 3 3 ? ? ? ? ? 0 0 0
Warm Lv. 2 PokémonDollar.png1200 2 4 ? ? ? ? ? 2 1 0
Warm Lv. 1 PokémonDollar.png600 1 3 ? ? ? ? ? 3 3 3

Trivia

  • Like other in-game features depending on a DS clock, Join Avenue will be interrupted for a day if any changes are made to the date or time settings of the DS system in use (including those caused by changing to another DS system).
  • Raffle Shops are the only places the player can get a Master Ball outside of the main story without interaction with other players in Generation V.
  • All 49 NPC fans visiting Join Avenue have names beginning with letters J or A, in reference to the location's name. This is also the case in the Japanese versions, with the exception of the differently programmed first visitor, Janus, who is named ハジメ Hajime.
    • Furthermore, their overworld sprite appearances are limited to those available on Trainer Cards.
  • In place of landmarks, the Town Map provides three live statistics for Join Avenue: current avenue rank, recommended or invited, and current visitors.
  • Join Avenue can be accessed via Fly, however, being indoors, it will take the player to the enterance at the end of Route 4, instead of actually inside the building.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Galerie Concorde
Germany Flag.png German Einklangspassage
Italy Flag.png Italian Galleria Solidarietà
South Korea Flag.png Korean 조인애버뉴 Join Avenue
Spain Flag.png Spanish Galería Unión



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