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Revision as of 14:29, 7 July 2013

554Darumaka.png The subject of this article has no official English name.
The name currently in use is a fan romanization of the Japanese name.

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If you were looking for the other character whose Japanese name is Yōko, see Julie.
Yōko

(Japanese: ヨウコ Yōko) is Gardenia's assistant. Since she wasn't given a dub name, this article will refer to her by her Japanese name. She appeared in The Grass Menagerie!.

Pokémon

Yoko's Nuzleaf
Nuzleaf
Not much is known about Nuzleaf. It was first seen bringing a note summoning Gardenia back to the Gym. It is also seen during Ash and Gardenia's Gym battle copying Yōko's hand signals.
Debut The Grass-Type Is Always Greener!

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 早水リサ Risa Hayamizu
English Janice Cost
European Spanish Emma Jiménez

Trivia

  • She strongly resembles Kumiko Yamaguchi from Gokusen. Incidentally, both of them have the same Japanese voice actress.


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