Dendemille Town

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Dendemille Town フウジョタウン
Fūjo Town
"A town where fluff dances on the wind."
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Dendemille Town in {{{variable2}}}.
Map description
A rural town where Pokémon and windmills work together to farm the land in a chilly latitude.
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Frost Cavern
Route 15
Dendemille Town
Route 17
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Location of Dendemille Town in Kalos.

Dendemille Town (Japanese: フウジョタウン Fūjo Town) is a town located in the Kalos region. It is connected on the west by Route 15, on the east by Route 17, and on the north by the Frost Cavern.

Places of interest

Move Reminder and Move Deleter's house

The Move Reminder and Move Deleter are in a house just northeast of the Pokémon Center. Like all games since Generation III except FireRed and LeafGreen, the Move Reminder teaches a Pokémon a move it has forgotten in exchange for a Heart Scale.

Moomoo Milk seller

A Hex Maniac outside the Pokémon Center will sell the player Moomoo Milk.

Hex Maniac
Moomoo Milk VI Moomoo Milk
Pokémon Dollar500
Moomoo Milk VI Moomoo Milk ×12
Pokémon Dollar6,000


Pokémon X and Y

The population of Dendemille Town is 21, making it the second largest town in Kalos.

Poké Mart

Generation VI
Poké Ball Poké Ball
Great Ball Great Ball
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball
Potion Potion
Super Potion Super Potion
Hyper Potion Hyper Potion
Max Potion Max Potion
Full Restore Full Restore
Revive Revive
Antidote Antidote
Paralyze Heal Paralyze Heal
Awakening Awakening
Burn Heal Burn Heal
Ice Heal Ice Heal
Full Heal Full Heal
Escape Rope Escape Rope
Repel Repel
Super Repel Super Repel
Max Repel Max Repel


Item Location Games
Sitrus Berry Sitrus Berry From the Artist girl in the Pokémon Center  X  Y 
Heal Ball Heal Ball In the bush in the corner just southwest of the Pokémon Center's entrance (hidden)  X  Y 
Big Root Big Root On the south edge of the farm field  X  Y 
Nugget Nugget In the middle of the southwest plowed area of the farm field (hidden)  X  Y 
Shell Bell Shell Bell From the man in the house northeast of the windmill, after seeing 70 or more Pokémon in the Mountain Kalos Pokédex  X  Y 
Big Nugget Big Nugget From the Preschooler boy in the house northwest of the windmill after showing him a Super Size Gourgeist  X  Y 
X Speed X Speed In the northwestern-most corner of town, on the north railing (hidden)  X  Y 
TM Normal VI TM42 (Facade) From the Youngster in the house southwest of the windmill  X  Y 
Leppa Berry Leppa Berry From the Ace Trainer girl in the house southwest of the windmill, after showing her a specific TM (daily)  X  Y 

In the anime

Dendemille Town in the anime
Pokémon Showcase theater

In the Pokémon anime, Dendemille Town was first mentioned in Rivals: Today and Tomorrow!, where Monsieur Pierre announced that a Pokémon Showcase would be held there.

Ash and his friends arrived in Dendemille in Performing with Fiery Charm!, where they met up with Miette again. Later, Serena, Jessie, and Miette entered the town's Rookie Class Showcase. During the Theme Performance, which consisted of baking Poké Puffs, they all received favorable votes from the judging panel, thus advancing to the Freestyle Performance. There, Serena used her Braixen and Pancham, Jessie used Meowth and her Wobbuffet, and Miette used her Slurpuff and Meowstic. The performance delivered by Serena and her Pokémon received the most votes from the audience. As a result, Serena earned her first Princess Key.


  • Dendemille's Japanese motto is 綿毛 舞い飛ぶ 風の町 "A town where fluff dances on the wind".

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese フウジョタウン Fūjo Town From 風絮 fūjo (waddings or catkins floating in the wind) and 風車 fūsha (windmill)
English Dendemille Town From dent-de-lion (French for dandelion) and windmill
French La Frescale From fresque, fresco
German Frescora From Fresko, fresco
Italian Frescovilla From affresco (fresco), fresco (fresh), and town suffix villa
Spanish Pueblo Fresco From fresco
Korean 버들비마을 Beodeulbi Maeul From 버들 beodeul (willow) and possibly 비 bi (rain)
Chinese (Mandarin) 雪風鎮 Xuěfēng Zhèn From 雪 xuě (snow) and 風 fēng (wind)
Brazilian Portuguese Cidade de Dendemille From its English name

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