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North Pole

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North Pole
サンタの島 Santa's Island
North Pole.png
North Pole
Region Unknown
Debut Holiday Hi-Jynx

The North Pole (Japanese: サンタの島 Santa's Island) is the home of Santa Claus and the location of Santa's workshop. It appeared in Holiday Hi-Jynx. The island is made primarily of ice structures.

Santa's workshop

In Holiday Hi-Jynx, after finding one of Santa's lost Jynx, Ash and his friends headed for the North Pole to take it home. Due to the long journey there, a Lapras helping Santa find his lost Jynx escorted them to the island.

Santa's workshop is the main feature of the island, resembling a gigantic icy Christmas tree from the outside. Inside is a factory-like environment full of Jynx workers making toys.

Pokémon seen on the North Pole

Santa Claus Jynx Psywave.png
Jynx (multiple)
Santa Claus Lapras.png
Lapras
Santa Claus Ponyta.png
Ponyta
Santa Delibird sitting.png
Delibird

Trivia

  • Despite the dub referring to this location as the North Pole, the Japanese version simply calls it Santa's Island, giving no indication of its geographical location.
  • The North Pole is mentioned in the English language song "I'm Giving Santa a Pikachu for Christmas".


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