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This is a reverse-chronological list of event Pokémon distributions that were given away to all Japanese Pokémon games in Generation III.
List of event Pokémon
August PokéPark Jirachi
July PokéPark Jirachi
2006 Tanabata Jirachi
This Mew was also distributed at Shin Kong Mitsukoshi stores across Taiwan during certain time periods.
Gotta Catch 'Em All
- Main article: List of Japanese Gotta Catch 'Em All event Pokémon
These legendary golems were distributed at the movie theaters for the Japanese release of Lucario and the Mystery of Mew. Its original Trainer's name, ハドウ, means aura, referring to the titular character Lucario in the movie.
2005 Tanabata Jirachi
This Wobbuffet was distributed as a part of Pokémon Festa 2005 tour by presenting the coupon at Pokémon Flets booth. This Pokémon is based on the live-action Wobbuffet that appear in Pokémon Sunday show.
This Metang was available by participating in the Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness demo at Pokémon Festa 2005 tour. This Metang knows special move Refresh, one of the special moves in Pokémon XD that can be obtained through purifying Shadow Pokémon.
This Pokémon was distributed for the players who pre-order the ticket to Lucario and the Mystery of Mew. Its original Trainer's name, ハドウ, means aura, referring to the titular character Lucario in the movie.
This Pokémon was distributed at the PokéPark event in Japan. This Meowth is always holding a Glitter Mail.
These special Pokémon were distributed as an Egg at PokéPark event in Japan, with special moves they otherwise would not know by any method. It was available for Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, and Pokémon Emerald players.
All Nippon Airways Pikachu
2004 Tanabata Jirachi
PCJP Distribution #2
These four Pokémon were given away as Eggs at the Pokémon Center stores in Japan; all of them know a special move.
The Zigzagoon received is dependent on the player character's gender instead of the version of the game the player is playing.
These Pokémon were obtained by entering a magazine contest and winners of the magazine contest were able to pick up either Absol or Pichu at any of the Pokémon Center stores in Japan. There was only 50 Absol distributed and 100 Pichu distributed.
PCJP Distribution #1
These four Pokémon were given away as Eggs at the Pokémon Center stores in Japan; each Pokémon had either the move Wish or another special move.
Teeter Dance Pichu
Iron Defense Bagon