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Professor Oak also was one of the two human characters appearing in [[Pokémon Snap]]. He was working on a {{OBP|Pokémon Report|Pokémon Snap}} for the Pokémon species of [[Pokémon Island]], and hired [[Todd Snap|Todd]] to take pictures for the report. He provided Todd with the [[ZERO-ONE]] and its [[Dash Engine]] upgrade, [[Pokémon food]], [[Pester Ball]]s, and a [[Poké Flute]]. When Todd took a picture of each of the [[Pokémon Signs]], Professor Oak drew a connection between them and the {{pkmn|constellations}} to determine that {{p|Mew}} must be on [[Rainbow Cloud]].
 
Professor Oak also was one of the two human characters appearing in [[Pokémon Snap]]. He was working on a {{OBP|Pokémon Report|Pokémon Snap}} for the Pokémon species of [[Pokémon Island]], and hired [[Todd Snap|Todd]] to take pictures for the report. He provided Todd with the [[ZERO-ONE]] and its [[Dash Engine]] upgrade, [[Pokémon food]], [[Pester Ball]]s, and a [[Poké Flute]]. When Todd took a picture of each of the [[Pokémon Signs]], Professor Oak drew a connection between them and the {{pkmn|constellations}} to determine that {{p|Mew}} must be on [[Rainbow Cloud]].
   
==In the Pokémon Special manga==
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==In the Pokémon Adventures manga==
 
[[File:PSOak.JPG|thumb|right|Professor Oak in [[Bulbasaur, Come Home!]].]]
 
[[File:PSOak.JPG|thumb|right|Professor Oak in [[Bulbasaur, Come Home!]].]]
Although Professor Oak's first mention was in ''[[PS001|A Glimpse of the Glow]]'' in a conversation between {{Special|Red}} and some Pallet Town children, his debut was in ''[[PS002|Bulbasaur, Come Home!]]'', where Red had wandered into [[Professor Oak's Laboratory|his lab]] and was immediately accused of being a thief. In his haste, Red accidentally released all the Pokémon in the lab, including Bulbasaur, causing the two to track them down and re-capture them. After being saved by Red from a {{p|Machoke}} attack in [[Viridian City]], Oak gave Red the Bulbasaur and a Pokédex. The professor also makes appearances in ''[[PS003|The Secret of Kangaskhan]]'' and ''[[PS006|Gyarados Splashes In!]]'', talking about [[Team Rocket]]'s experiments. Oak later appears in Volume 3 to battle {{Special|Blue}} under the alias "Doctor O" and reveals Blue's phobia of Flying-type Pokémon and her theft of Squirtle. However, he shows compassion by giving her the last Pokédex and forfeiting his position in the [[Pokémon League]].
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Although Professor Oak's first mention was in ''[[PS001|A Glimpse of the Glow]]'' in a conversation between {{adv|Red}} and some Pallet Town children, his debut was in ''[[PS002|Bulbasaur, Come Home!]]'', where Red had wandered into [[Professor Oak's Laboratory|his lab]] and was immediately accused of being a thief. In his haste, Red accidentally released all the Pokémon in the lab, including Bulbasaur, causing the two to track them down and re-capture them. After being saved by Red from a {{p|Machoke}} attack in [[Viridian City]], Oak gave Red the Bulbasaur and a Pokédex. The professor also makes appearances in ''[[PS003|The Secret of Kangaskhan]]'' and ''[[PS006|Gyarados Splashes In!]]'', talking about [[Team Rocket]]'s experiments. Oak later appears in Volume 3 to battle {{adv|Green}} under the alias "Doctor O" and reveals Blue's phobia of Flying-type Pokémon and her theft of Squirtle. However, he shows compassion by giving her the last Pokédex and forfeiting his position in the [[Pokémon League]].
   
In the GSC Saga, Oak is now known as the leading authority on Pokémon in both [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]] and has developed the three new Pokédexes. The first was stolen by {{Special|Silver}}, the second and third he gave to {{Special|Gold}} and {{Special|Crystal}}. During the battle with the [[Mask of Ice]], he gave out the titles to the six Pokédex holders and {{Special|Yellow}}. At the end, he employed Crystal as his assistant and thanks to her, the Pokédex had been filled and he owned all non-legendary Pokémon for his research.
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In the GSC Saga, Oak is now known as the leading authority on Pokémon in both [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]] and has developed the three new Pokédexes. The first was stolen by {{adv|Silver}}, the second and third he gave to {{adv|Gold}} and {{adv|Crystal}}. During the battle with the [[Mask of Ice]], he gave out the titles to the six Pokédex holders and {{adv|Yellow}}. At the end, he employed Crystal as his assistant and thanks to her, the Pokédex had been filled and he owned all non-legendary Pokémon for his research.
   
In the FRLG Saga, Oak was captured by the [[The Three Beasts]] to lure Red, {{Special|Green}} and Blue to the Sevii Islands; but not before he recalled their three Pokédexes. After he was freed at {{ga|Trainer Tower}}, Oak upgraded the Pokédexes to add the National Pokédex capability.
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In the FRLG Saga, Oak was captured by the [[The Three Beasts]] to lure Red, {{adv|Blue}} and Green to the Sevii Islands; but not before he recalled their three Pokédexes. After he was freed at {{ga|Trainer Tower}}, Oak upgraded the Pokédexes to add the National Pokédex capability.
   
One of Professor Oak's projects was a full analysis of a report holding all information on the last awakening of {{p|Jirachi}}. From this, he worked out that it would appear where the Battle Frontier was being built during its opening week. He immediately contacted [[Scott]] and, while he would not move the opening, Professor Oak managed to convince Scott to allow a Pokédex holder to guard Jirachi. This was {{Special|Emerald}}. However, someone stole the disc with all the data from Professor Oak's lab.
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One of Professor Oak's projects was a full analysis of a report holding all information on the last awakening of {{p|Jirachi}}. From this, he worked out that it would appear where the Battle Frontier was being built during its opening week. He immediately contacted [[Scott]] and, while he would not move the opening, Professor Oak managed to convince Scott to allow a Pokédex holder to guard Jirachi. This was {{adv|Emerald}}. However, someone stole the disc with all the data from Professor Oak's lab.
 
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===Pokémon===
 
He has these Pokémon, or has owned them in the past:
 
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Professor Samuel Oak
オーキド ユキナリ博士 Dr. Yukinari Okido
[[File:FireRed LeafGreen Professor Oak.png|{{{size}}}]]
Art from Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen
Age 50
Gender Male
Eye color Black* Blue*
Hair color Gray* Brown*
Hometown Pallet Town
Region Kanto
Relatives BlueDaisy (games)
Gary Oak (anime, manga)
May (manga adaptation)
Trainer class former Trainer, Pokémon Professor
Generation I, II, III, IV
Games Red, Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver, Crystal, Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, Pokémon Snap, Stadium, Stadium 2
Anime debut Pokémon - I Choose You!
English voice actor Stan Hart (4Kids)
Billy Beach (TPCi)
Tara Jayne (child)
Japanese voice actor Unshō Ishizuka
Keiko Toda (child)

Professor Samuel Oak (Japanese: オーキド ユキナリ博士 Dr. Yukinari Okido, Ōkido-Hakase and Orchid are also seen) is a Pokémon Professor who lives and works at his research lab in Pallet Town. According to Professor Elm, Oak concentrates on Pokémon and human relationships as a profession. He is the only character in the games to have the Trainer class Pokémon Prof., however it is impossible to battle him during normal gameplay.

In the games

File:RB oak.png File:Y Oak.png File:OakSprite.png
Oak's sprite from
Generation I
Oak's sprite from
Pokémon Yellow
Oak's sprite from
Generation III

In Generation I and Generation III

Professor Oak works in his Laboratory in Pallet Town with his aides. He gave Red, Blue and Leaf their first Starter Pokémon in Pokémon Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, FireRed and LeafGreen. He is an idol to many Trainers and researchers, including Professor Elm, and always plays an important supporting role in the many games that he appears in.

He was a childhood friend of Agatha. They remained good friends (some speculate that they were a couple) and top-class Pokémon Trainers until Oak stopped battling and became interested in Pokémon research. Agatha said that he became soft and started to regard him as a fool. However, Oak still affiliates with the Pokémon League as an adviser.

In the Generation I games there is unused Trainer data for Prof. Oak. This implies that Oak was originally going to be able to be battled. In the data, Oak has Level 66 Tauros, Level 67 Exeggutor, Level 68 Arcanine, Level 70 Gyarados and one of the Kanto starters at Level 69. This places his strength on-par with the player's rival and the Pokémon League champion. As well, four of his Pokémon are identical to the ones used by the champion, only higher level, so originally Oak may have been intended to be in the game as the champion, or at least another high-ranking Trainer. This is supported by an email on the PC in Oak's lab, from the Pokémon League issuing a challenge to all Trainers, then specifically requesting Oak to come visit them. The only known way to battle Oak is to use a special stat of 226 with the Mew glitch, or cheat.




Fame Checker

This is a list of the Fame Checker's information on Professor Oak in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

Pallet Town - sign
  • What does this person do?
"Oak Pokémon Research Lab."
Pallet Town Research Lab - Prof. Oak
  • What is this person like?
"To make a complete guide on all the Pokémon in the world...
That was my dream!"
Pallet Town Research Lab - aide
  • What is this person like?
"Prof. Oak may not look like much, but he's the authority on Pokémon.
Many Pokémon Trainers hold him in high regard."
Viridian City - Pokémon Journal
  • Family and friends?
"Prof. Oak reportedly lives with his grandchildren, Daisy and Blue."
Pokémon League - Agatha
  • Family and friends?
"I hear Oak's taken a lot of interest in you, child.
That old duff was once tough and handsome.
But that was decades ago. He's a shadow of his former self."
Pallet Town Research Lab - aide
  • What does this person do?
"Prof. Oak is going to have his own radio show soon.
The program will be called Prof. Oak's Pokémon Seminar."
Message from Oak
  • From: Prof. Oak
  • To: [Player]
"Why do Pokémon compete and battle so hard for you?
They do so because they can see the love and trust you have towards Pokémon.
Never forget that."

In Generation II and IV

Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold and SoulSilver

Professor Oak was always well-known in Kanto but in Generation II and Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver he became more of a celebrity, a "star Pokémon Researcher", then. He started to be famous in Johto because of his Radio Show with DJ Mary. He was going to turn down the show at first but Mary's energy and persistence wore him down. Gold/Kris/Kotone first met him visiting the home of Mr. Pokémon, another of Oak's childhood friends. Later he grants the young Trainer access to Mt. Silver, a place which only finest Pokémon Trainers may enter, after the player has earned all the badges in Johto and later Kanto. In HeartGold and SoulSilver, he will give the player one of either Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle for obtaining all sixteen badges. He also gives the player HM08 (Rock Climb) to assist the them in navigation through Mt. Silver.

Professor Oak has many old friends. One of them is Kurt, a Poké Ball smith from Azalea Town and another is Professor Elm who used to be Oak's assistant. In fact, there is an email addressed to him from Professor Elm:

File:Mr. Pokemon's House.png
Oak with Gold and Mr. Pokémon in Generation IV
"...
Prof. Oak, how is your research
coming along? I'm still plugging
away. I heard rumors
that <name> is
getting quite a reputation.
I'm delighted to hear that.
Elm in New Bark Town 8-)"

It should be noted that this is the first time that Internet slang is used in a Pokémon game.

Professor Oak has gained many fans and admirers. One of them is Schoolboy Chad, who frequently calls the player to share trivia about Oak.

Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum

Professor Oak is also a good friend of Professor Rowan. He visits Sinnoh often, has a home in Eterna City, introduces Trainers to Pal Park, and gives them the National Pokédex, as well as the Up-Grade, Poké Radar and the function Trainer Counter of the Pokétch. A letter that he sends to the player in a special event allows the player to find Shaymin. An aide in Rowan's laboratory mentions that Oak is Rowan's junior in terms of seniority. In Platinum, after providing the Up-Grade, Professor Oak will talk about the legendary birds and say that they have been sighted in Sinnoh. From this point Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres will be visible roaming on the map.

In the anime

Professor Oak anime art
File:Professor Oak anime.png
Professor Oak in the anime

In the anime, Oak is most notable for his vast research facility, where he cares for and studies hundreds of Pokémon, including those owned by, but not currently traveling with, Trainers from Pallet Town. His often-forgetful attitude and other antics are also notorious. He also has a hobby of composing haiku-like poems about Pokémon or Pokémon-related themes.

Prof. Oak lives up the road from Ash's mother and the two often appear together as they are good friends. He currently lives with Tracey Sketchit, who became his loyal assistant in The Rivalry Revival. Tracey and Prof. Oak are very passionate about studying Pokémon and are both artists. He has confidence in his grandson, Gary Oak, but more often joins Ash's mother and friends in cheering on Ash in his competitions.

Oak is sometimes the candidate speculated to be Ash's father, along with Giovanni and Silver.

In the novelizations written by Takeshi Shudō, Professor Oak comes from a prestigious family. He has two brothers, one is the mayor of Pallet Town and the other is the Post Master, and his grandfather was the first Trainer from Pallet Town to receive widespread recognition. According to Professor Elm, Professor Oak's studies and research mostly focus on how humans and Pokémon interact with each other.

He is an old friend of many other Pokémon Professors, including Ivy, Elm, Birch and Rowan.

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Sammy Oak

He appears as a young boy, Sam (Japanese: ユキナリ Yukinari) in the fourth film, Celebi: Voice of the Forest. Ash Ketchum befriends Professor Oak as Sam, when he is transported by Celebi into the future. The revelation that Sammy and Oak are one in the same comes in the credits, when Tracey Sketchit is cleaning out the closet and finds Sam's sketchbook, not knowing anything about Sam. He is impressed by the Professor's skill in art. Also, Professor Oak knew Sam's name even though Ash never told him. Ironically, in that movie, young Sammy saw numerous Johto Pokémon, notably Celebi and Suicune, although in the Kanto arc, there are claimed to be only 151 Pokémon according to the Pokédex he invented. This discrepancy may be due to a retcon, as it was only claimed that only 151 existed because at the time only 151 had been shown as created by Game Freak. It is likely due to this and other issues like this (such as Pokémon from Hoenn being able to be trained in FireRed and LeafGreen) that numbers of Pokémon are hardly brought up anymore in the anime.

Pokémon

This listing is of Professor Oak's known Pokémon:

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Charmeleon
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Dragonite
016.png
Pidgey
119.png
Seaking
(dub only)

Befriended

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Celebi

He also has these Pokémon to give to new Trainers:

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Bulbasaur
004.png
Charmander
007.png
Squirtle

Known Trainers with his starter Pokémon

007.png
Squirtle
(to Gary)
025.png
Pikachu
(to Ash: as starter)
001.png
Bulbasaur
(to Gilbert)
007.png
Squirtle
(to May, not as a starter)

Pokémon residing at Oak's Lab

001.png
Bulbasaur
098.png099.png
Krabby → Kingler
089.png
Muk
128.png
Tauros
(×30)
143.png
Snorlax
214.png
Heracross
155.png
Cyndaquil
153.png
Bayleef
158.png
Totodile
164 s.png
Noctowl
(shiny)
231.png232.png
Phanpy → Donphan
341.png
Corphish
File:Ash's Sceptile2.png
Sceptile
324.png
Torkoal
277.png
Swellow
362.png
Glalie
043.png
Oddish
044.png
Gloom
045.png
Vileplume
(x2)
182.png
Bellossom
(×2)
028.png
Sandslash
(×3)
061.png
Poliwhirl
(×3)
187.png
Hoppip
188.png
Skiploom
189.png
Jumpluff
183.png
Marill
085.png
Dodrio
034.png
Nidoking
098.png
Krabby (Giant)

Pokémon previously residing at Oak's Lab

File:May's Bulbasaur.PNG
Bulbasaur
190 f.png
Aipom

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 石塚運昇 Unshō Ishizuka
戸田恵子 Keiko Toda (young)
English Stan Hart (4Kids dub)
Billy Beach (TPCi dub)
Tara Jayne (young)
Arabic مروان فرحات Marwan Farhat
Dutch Jon van Eerd (EP001 - AG092)
Tony Neef (AG093-present)
Canadian French Alain Sauvage
Hebrew יהויכין פרידלנדר Yehoyachin Friedlander
Polish Grzegorz Pawlak (seasons 1-4; all dubbed movies)
Jacek Kałucki (seasons 5-6)
Janusz Wituch (season 10)
Portuguese Brazil Wellington Lima (first voice)
Dráusio de Oliveira (Pokémon Chronicles, AG071-present)
Rodrigo Andreatto (young)
Portugal Rui Luís Brás (Kanto, movies 3 and 4)
Rui Quintas (Johto-Battle Frontier)
Paulo B. (movies 1 and 2)
Spanish Latin America Hugo Navarrete
Spain Roberto Encinas
Chelo Vivares (young)

In sidegames

Professor Oak also was one of the two human characters appearing in Pokémon Snap. He was working on a Pokémon Report for the Pokémon species of Pokémon Island, and hired Todd to take pictures for the report. He provided Todd with the ZERO-ONE and its Dash Engine upgrade, Pokémon food, Pester Balls, and a Poké Flute. When Todd took a picture of each of the Pokémon Signs, Professor Oak drew a connection between them and the constellations to determine that Mew must be on Rainbow Cloud.

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Although Professor Oak's first mention was in A Glimpse of the Glow in a conversation between Red and some Pallet Town children, his debut was in Bulbasaur, Come Home!, where Red had wandered into his lab and was immediately accused of being a thief. In his haste, Red accidentally released all the Pokémon in the lab, including Bulbasaur, causing the two to track them down and re-capture them. After being saved by Red from a Machoke attack in Viridian City, Oak gave Red the Bulbasaur and a Pokédex. The professor also makes appearances in The Secret of Kangaskhan and Gyarados Splashes In!, talking about Team Rocket's experiments. Oak later appears in Volume 3 to battle Green under the alias "Doctor O" and reveals Blue's phobia of Flying-type Pokémon and her theft of Squirtle. However, he shows compassion by giving her the last Pokédex and forfeiting his position in the Pokémon League.

In the GSC Saga, Oak is now known as the leading authority on Pokémon in both Kanto and Johto and has developed the three new Pokédexes. The first was stolen by Silver, the second and third he gave to Gold and Crystal. During the battle with the Mask of Ice, he gave out the titles to the six Pokédex holders and Yellow. At the end, he employed Crystal as his assistant and thanks to her, the Pokédex had been filled and he owned all non-legendary Pokémon for his research.

In the FRLG Saga, Oak was captured by the The Three Beasts to lure Red, Blue and Green to the Sevii Islands; but not before he recalled their three Pokédexes. After he was freed at Trainer Tower, Oak upgraded the Pokédexes to add the National Pokédex capability.

One of Professor Oak's projects was a full analysis of a report holding all information on the last awakening of Jirachi. From this, he worked out that it would appear where the Battle Frontier was being built during its opening week. He immediately contacted Scott and, while he would not move the opening, Professor Oak managed to convince Scott to allow a Pokédex holder to guard Jirachi. This was Emerald. However, someone stole the disc with all the data from Professor Oak's lab.

Pokémon

He has these Pokémon, or has owned them in the past:

On hand

021.png022.png
Spearow → Fearow
084.png
Doduo
018.png
Pidgeot
115.png
Garu-tchi
234.png
Odo-tchi
165.png
Redi-tchi

Given away

113.png
Lucky-tchi (Given to Daisy)
001.png
Saur (Given to Red in Bulbasaur, Come Home!)
004.png
Charmander (Given to Green before A Glimpse of the Glow)
007.png
Blasty (Stolen by Blue prior to Bulbasaur, Come Home!)

In the laboratory

014.png
Kakuna
016.png
Pidgey
010.png
Caterpie
011.png
Metapod
019.png
Rattata
072.png
Tentacool
060.png
Poliwag
013.png
Weedle
052.png
Meowth

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Professor Oak or his Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Name Type Rarity Set Set no.
Professor Oak T Uncommon Base Set 88/102
Base Set 2 116/130
Professor Oak's Research T Uncommon Expedition Base Set 149/165
EX FireRed & LeafGreen 98/112
EX Dragon Frontiers 88/101
Professor Oak's Visit Su Uncommon Secret Wonders 122/132
(H) Unnumbered Promotional cards (no English release)

There also exists a "dark counterpart" of Professor Oak, called Impostor Professor Oak, who has also appeared in other Pokémon media. Apart from his first incarnation, Expansions in which he has been featured also include Dark Pokémon. The following list is of cards mentioning or featuring Impostor Professor Oak or his Pokémon.

Name Type Rarity Set Set no.
Impostor Professor Oak T Rare Base Set 73/102
Base Set 2 102/130
Impostor Oak's Revenge T Uncommon Team Rocket 76/82
Impostor Professor Oak's Invention T Rare Neo Destiny 94/105

Other appearances

Super Smash Bros. Melee

Professor Oak appears as a random trophy wearing his regular clothing from the anime.

Trophy information

The leading expert on the study of Pokémon. It seems there are always new and mysterious species of Pokémon being brought to light, and Professor Oak is at the heart of it all with his insightful research. The Pokédex is one of his inventions: new Trainers receive one, and a Pokémon to boot, when they start out.

Sprites

File:RB oak.png File:Y Oak.png Y Oak Back.png File:2G Oak.PNG File:OakSprite.png File:OakHGSSIntro.png
Oak's sprite from
Generation I
Oak's sprite from
Pokémon Yellow
Oak's backsprite from
Pokémon Yellow
Oak's sprite from
Generation II
Oak's sprite from
Generation III
Oak's sprite from
Generation IV

Trivia

  • Professor Oak is the only Pokémon Professor to have appeared in all Generations (from Generation I through Generation IV), appearing in Generation I and Generation III as the regional professor and making occasional appearances in Generation II and Generation IV.
    • It should be noted, however, that Professor Oak only appears in the Generation III remakes of Generation I. He does not appear in the Hoenn games.
  • Professor Oak is the only Professor that has been shown to catch a Pokémon in the games, catching Pikachu for the protagonist of Pokémon Yellow.
  • Professor Oak is the only in-game professor to have his first name revealed via the anime.
  • Professor was the first NPC introduced in the Pokémon games.

Names

Language Name Reference to
Japanese オーキド ユキナリ博士 Dr. Yukinari Ōkido オーキッド Ōkiddo, Orchid. 大木戸 Ōkido is a Japanese family name and placename. Literally, big-tree family.
English, Spanish, Italian Professor Samuel (Sammy) Oak Oak tree, perhaps derived from Japanese Ōkido.
French Professeur Chen Chêne means Oak in French.
German Professor Eich Eiche means Oak in German.
Brazilian Portuguese Professor Samuel (Sam) Carvalho Carvalho means Oak in Portuguese.
Korean 오용호 박사 Dr. O Yongho 오 (伍) O is a Korean family name, probably chosen because of its similarity to the first syllable in Ōkido.
Chinese 大木博士 Dr. Dàmù
雪成・大木 Xuěchéng Dàmù (full name)
大木 is from 大木 Ōki
雪成 is from Japanese 雪成り yuki nari, "to become snow".

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