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Lumiose City ミアレシティ
Miare City
"The City of Light"
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Lumiose City in {{{variable2}}}.
Map description
A dazzling metropolis of art and artifice, located in the very heart of the Kalos region.
Lumiose City Gym - Kalos Gym #5
Clemont
Clemont
Electric-type
specialist Gym
Voltage Badge
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Lumiose City Gym - Kalos Gym #5
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Voltage Badge
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Lumiose City Gym - Kalos Gym #5
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Electric-type
specialist Gym
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Route 14
 
Route 13
Lumiose City
Route 16
 
Route 4 and Route 5
 
Location
Kalos Lumiose City Map.png
Location of Lumiose City in Kalos.

Lumiose City (Japanese: ミアレシティ Miare City) is a large city nestled in the north-central part of the Kalos region. Standing in the center of the city is the Prism Tower, which serves as its symbol. The wide roadways are paved with brick and cobblestone, allowing both automobile and Gogoat traffic safe and easy travel. Lumiose City is the largest city in the Pokémon world.

Places of interest

Prism Tower

Main article: Lumiose Gym

Prism Tower is a large tower located in Centrico Plaza in the middle of Lumiose City. It houses the Lumiose City Gym. Prism Tower is based on the real-world Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. It can be fought on in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U.

North Boulevard

Lumiose Galettes

A small shop located amongst the tall buildings on the North Boulevard where the player can purchase Lumiose Galettes for PokémonDollar.png100 (PokémonDollar.png80 if the player is more stylish) for one hour starting at 3 am, 9 am, 3 pm and 9 pm. Once per day upon purchasing, the player will also receive a Moomoo Milk. Once the player reaches a certain level of stylishness they can purchase Lumiose Galette any time of day.

Lumiose Museum

Main article: Lumiose Museum

A large, white building that houses many paintings of people and locations in the Pokémon World. Entrance is free, but audio guides are available for PokémonDollar.png200 (Once the player reaches a certain level of stylishness, the audio guides become free).

Hotel Richissime

Main article: Hotel Richissime

A large, black building located on the North Boulevard, serving as a luxury hotel. Each day, the player can complete specific tasks in the hotel to receive money.

Battle Institute

Main article: Battle Institute

The Battle Institute (Japanese: トライアルハウス Trial House) on the North Boulevard works in the same way as the one in Nimbasa City in Unova. The player can opt for a Battle Test (five consecutive single or double battles) or a Download Test (which can be downloaded either wirelessly or via Wi-Fi at certain time, similar to event Pokémon). The player can win BP here.

Lumiose Station

A very large train station located on the far eastern half of the North Boulevard. Upon defeating the Elite Four and becoming the Champion, Professor Sycamore will meet the player here and give them the TMV Pass which allows them to board the train to Kiloude City.

Looker Bureau

Looker's headquarters during the post-game storyline are located in a narrow street between North Boulevard and Rouge Plaza. It is initially empty, but Looker settles in after the player enters the Hall of Fame and upgrades the Mega Ring.

After completing all the Looker Bureau chapters, the player can battle Emma in the Expansion Suit (as Essentia) here on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

South Boulevard

PR Video Studio

A purple building on the South Boulevard where Trainer PR Videos are filmed. PR Videos filmed here can be shared with passers-by and people who have been given the player's Nintendo 3DS friend code.

Sycamore Pokémon Lab

Professor Sycamore's Pokémon research lab is located directly opposite Vernal Avenue. It is here where the player can receive either Bulbasaur, Charmander or Squirtle upon defeating Professor Sycamore in a Pokémon Battle early in the game, as well as their corresponding Mega Stone. After the player enters the Hall of Fame, they can return to the lab to get the Poké Radar from one of the scientists in the lab.

Coiffure Clips

A small hair dressing salon located opposite the Route 5 entrance. The player can have their hair colored and styled here. More styling options become available once the player reaches a certain level of stylishness.

Autumnal Avenue

Poké Ball Boutique

A specialty shop that specializes in different kinds of Poké Balls. It is notably the only location in any Pokémon game where Premier Balls are sold individually.

Juice Shoppe

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A specialty shop that sells juices made from Berries. Available from the man on the left are pre-made juices whose selection list changes each day. They can have various effects on the Pokémon drinking the juice, ranging from increasing Effort Values or level. If the Pokémon already has maximum value on the particular stat, the juice will increase its happiness instead. By looking at the price of the juice, the player may determine intensity of the effects. For example, a Purple Juice priced at PokémonDollar.png1,500 will increase HP EVs of the Pokémon by 15, or a Rare Soda priced at PokémonDollar.png20,000 will increase level of the Pokémon by two.

Name Effect Combination
Colorful Shake Increases happiness Any two different colored berries
Rare Soda Increases level by 1 to 4 1 Lansat Berry + 1 Starf Berry
Ultra Rare Soda Increases level by 4 to 5 1 Roseli Berry + 1 Enigma Berry
Purple Juice Increases HP EV by 4 to 32 Two purple berries
Red Juice Increases Attack EV by 4 to 32 Two red berries
Yellow Juice Increases Defense EV by 4 to 32 Two yellow berries
Blue Juice Increases Special Attack EV by 4 to 32 Two blue berries
Green Juice Increases Special Defense EV by 4 to 32 Two green berries
Pink Juice Increases Speed EV by 4 to 32 Two pink berries
Perilous Soup Resets EVs to 0 1 Kee Berry + 1 Maranga Berry

From the lady on the right, custom-blend juices are made for free by mixing two chosen Berries from the player's bag. Different color berries yield different results. When two berries of the same color are mixed together, they will become a <Color> Juice that increases a stat by 4-32 EVs. The intensity of the effects can be determined by the berries used, and which group(s) the berries belong to.

Berry Groups
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3
Bag Cheri Berry Sprite.png Bag Leppa Berry Sprite.png Bag Occa Berry Sprite.png Bag Chople Berry Sprite.png Bag Haban Berry Sprite.png Bag Figy Berry Sprite.png Bag Pomeg Berry Sprite.png Bag Tamato Berry Sprite.png Bag Liechi Berry Sprite.png Bag Lansat Berry Sprite.png
Bag Chesto Berry Sprite.png Bag Payapa Berry Sprite.png Bag Kasib Berry Sprite.png Bag Colbur Berry Sprite.png Bag Wiki Berry Sprite.png Bag Ganlon Berry Sprite.png
Bag Pecha Berry Sprite.png Bag Persim Berry Sprite.png Bag Mago Berry Sprite.png Bag Petaya Berry Sprite.png Bag Roseli Berry Sprite.png
Bag Rawst Berry Sprite.png Bag Lum Berry Sprite.png Bag Rindo Berry Sprite.png Bag Kebia Berry Sprite.png Bag Tanga Berry Sprite.png Bag Babiri Berry Sprite.png Bag Aguav Berry Sprite.png Bag Hondew Berry Sprite.png Bag Salac Berry Sprite.png Bag Starf Berry Sprite.png
Bag Aspear Berry Sprite.png Bag Sitrus Berry Sprite.png Bag Wacan Berry Sprite.png Bag Shuca Berry Sprite.png Bag Charti Berry Sprite.png Bag Chilan Berry Sprite.png Bag Iapapa Berry Sprite.png Bag Qualot Berry Sprite.png Bag Grepa Berry Sprite.png Bag Kee Berry Sprite.png
Bag Oran Berry Sprite.png Bag Passho Berry Sprite.png Bag Yache Berry Sprite.png Bag Coba Berry Sprite.png Bag Kelpsy Berry Sprite.png Bag Apicot Berry Sprite.png Bag Maranga Berry Sprite.png

There are three berry groups, each consisting of several same or different colored berries that have similar properties to one another. The simplest way to find out a berry's grouping is by mixing two of the same berry together. If a berry mixed with itself results in a 4, 8 or 12 EV increase, the berry will belong to either group 1, group 2 or group 3 respectively.

For example, when two Leppa berries are mixed together, they will produce a Red Juice that will increase the drinker's Attack Stat by 4 EVs. Likewise, when two Maranga berries are mixed together, they will produce a Blue juice that will increase the drinker's Speed by 12 EVs. Thus a Leppa Berry is a Group 1 berry and a Maranga Berry is a Group 3 berry.

When berries from the same color, but different groups are mixed, the intensities are more widely varied. A group 1 berry mixed with a group 2 berry will result in a 16 EV increase, but a group 1 and group 3 berry mix only results in a 12 EV increase.

Group 1 Group 2 Group 3
Group 1 4-8 16 12
Group 2 16 8-16 32
Group 3 12 32 12-32

Note that each type of juices can be bought/made only once a day. Saving before speaking with the man to the left, and then Soft-resetting will change the list of juices he sells. Juices cannot be kept, so they must be given to a Pokémon in the player's party right away. If the player mixes berries at the right counter, but decides against giving it to a Pokémon, the female clerk will drink the juice instead, thanking the player for the drink. Both variants of Rare Soda will result in the drinker's level increasing, however all moves learned or evolution via level up will not be invoked.

Estival Avenue

A pre-release screenshot of Estival Avenue

Loto-ID Center

Main article: Pokémon Lottery Corner

A shop located on Estival Avenue. Each day, the player may participate in a lottery draw, and prizes are granted depending on how many digits from a randomly generated ID number match those of any Pokémon in the player's possession.

Lumiose Press

A building located next to the Loto-ID Center on Estival Avenue. Viola's sister, Alexa, will recommend various locations around the city for the player to visit, and offers to take them there.

Vernal Avenue

Friseur Furfrou

A shop on Vernal Avenue that specializes in Furfrou haircuts. They initially offer Star, Diamond and Heart Trims. As the player progresses, more trims that become available are the La Reine, Kabuki, Pharaoh, Debutante, Matron and Dandy Trims. In addition, they can have the Furfrou return to its natural look. The cost is PokémonDollar.png500 for any style. The haircut is visible at any time.

Herboriste

A specialty shop that sells herbal medicines.

Stone Emporium

A specialty shop that sells evolutionary stones. A man in the store will offer to sell the player the remaining Mega Stones for the two Kanto starter Pokémon they did not receive from Professor Sycamore. The prices of the Mega Stones begin at PokémonDollar.png1,000,000, but they decrease, depending on the player's stylishness. From the initial PokémonDollar.png1,000,000, the price drops to PokémonDollar.png500,000, PokémonDollar.png300,000, PokémonDollar.png150,000, PokémonDollar.png100,000, PokémonDollar.png70,000, PokémonDollar.png50,000, and finally PokémonDollar.png10,000. Once the player buys the first Mega Stone, the man will not offer the second Mega Stone until after the player has defeated the Elite Four.

Boutique Couture

A designer fashion and luxury boutique. The first floor sells only women's clothing, whereas the second floor sells only men's clothing. The player is only granted access to the boutique once their stylishness reaches a certain level. The clothes and accessories are sold here for a much higher price than those sold at the other boutiques across Kalos. A lady in the store mentions to the player that there is a special Discount Coupon that can be used at the store, which can be obtained with Poké Miles. From January 14 to March 3, 2014, this coupon was made available to players for free on the Pokémon Global Link website. It can only be obtained and used once.

Restaurants

Main article: Lumiose City restaurants

Lumiose City has four restaurants located on South Boulevard, Autumnal Avenue, Hibernal Avenue, and near Rogue Plaza. At each restaurant, the player can pay to be served a meal where the server will battle the player before each course. After finishing a meal, the player will receive a reward: a number of some valuable item, depending on which restaurant the player is in and how well they did.

Lysandre Café

Artwork of Calem riding the Gogoat Shuttle

A red café located near Magenta Plaza. It grants the player access to Lysandre Labs, one of Team Flare's hideouts in the Kalos region. Despite the small size, it serves as an important location in both the main plot line and the after story sideline plot with Xerosic.

Lumi Cab

A taxi service with stops located all around Lumiose City. They enable the player to travel directly to certain locations around the city. The base fare is PokémonDollar.png710, but it increases the further away from their destination the player is. Once the player reaches a certain level of stylishness, the driver will start giving a 50% discount on the fare. If the player does not have enough money to pay for the ride, the driver will challenge them to a battle. The driver the player battles depends on which taxi the player chooses.

Possible destinations are as follows:

Services
South Pokémon Center
PR Video Studio
Friseur Furfrou
Coiffure Clips
Loto-ID Center
North Pokémon Center
Hotel Richissime
Magenta Pokémon Center
Transportation
Gate to Route 4
Gate to Route 5
Gate to Route 13
Gate to Route 14
Gate to Route 16
Lumiose Station
Facilities
Pokémon Lab
Lumiose Press
Vacant Storefront
Lumiose Museum
Battle Institute
Prism Tower
Shopping
Boutique Couture
Herboriste
Stone Emporium
Poké Ball Boutique
Fine Dining
Restaurant Le Nah
Galette Stand
Juice Shoppe
Restaurant Le Yeah
Restaurant Le Wow
Sushi High Roller
Cafés
Café Cyclone
Café Introversion
Café Classe
Café Woof
Café Soleil
Shutterbug Café
Café Rouleau
Café Gallant
Café Triste
Lysandre Café
Café Pokémon-Amie
Café Ultimo
Café Kizuna
Café Action!
Café Bataille

Gogoat Shuttle

Signposts located all around the Boulevards, where the player can hire a Gogoat that will take them to South Boulevard East or South Boulevard West if the player is hiring at South Boulevard; or North Boulevard East or North Boulevard West if the player is hiring at North Boulevard. The fare is flat at PokémonDollar.png200.

Style

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Within Lumiose City, the player has a degree of style with a system of points. Style can be raised by shopping in stores, battling in restaurants, and participating in activities within the city. More style will lower shop prices, add more items and services, offer more trims in Friseur Furfrou, and allow access to Boutique Couture. If the player is female, two extra hairstyles (Ponytail and Pigtails) are also unlocked.

High style

When the player has high style, they are awarded certain privileges and benefits around Lumiose City, including:

  • Access to Boutique Couture
  • Access to Sushi High Roller
  • 10% discount on restaurant prices
  • 50% discount on taxi rides
  • Free audio guide in the Lumiose Museum
  • 50% to 99% discount on Mega Stones at the Stone Emporium

Poké Mart

North/South/Centrico Boulevard - Left Cashier
Poké Ball Poké Ball
Pokémon Dollar200
Great Ball Great Ball
Pokémon Dollar600
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball*
Pokémon Dollar1,200
Potion Potion
Pokémon Dollar300
Super Potion Super Potion
Pokémon Dollar700
Hyper Potion Hyper Potion*
Pokémon Dollar1,200
Max Potion Max Potion*
Pokémon Dollar2,500
Full Restore Full Restore*
Pokémon Dollar3,000
Revive Revive*
Pokémon Dollar1,500
Antidote Antidote
Pokémon Dollar100
Paralyze Heal Paralyze Heal
Pokémon Dollar200
Awakening Awakening
Pokémon Dollar250
Burn Heal Burn Heal
Pokémon Dollar250
Ice Heal Ice Heal
Pokémon Dollar250
Full Heal Full Heal*
Pokémon Dollar600
Escape Rope Escape Rope
Pokémon Dollar550
Repel Repel
Pokémon Dollar350
Super Repel Super Repel*
Pokémon Dollar500
Max Repel Max Repel*
Pokémon Dollar700


South Boulevard - Right Cashier
TM Ground TM78 (Bulldoze)
Pokémon Dollar10,000
TM Bug TM76 (Struggle Bug)
Pokémon Dollar10,000
TM Normal TM75 (Swords Dance)
Pokémon Dollar10,000
TM Fire TM11 (Sunny Day)
Pokémon Dollar50,000
TM Water TM18 (Rain Dance)
Pokémon Dollar50,000


North Boulevard - Right Cashier
Heal Ball Heal Ball
Pokémon Dollar300
Net Ball Net Ball
Pokémon Dollar1,000
Nest Ball Nest Ball
Pokémon Dollar1,000

Pokémon Center

In the Pokemon Center on South Boulevard, a gentleman will exchange items for the player's Poké Miles.

South Boulevard Pokémon Center - Gentleman
Berry Juice Berry Juice
10PM
Moomoo Milk Moomoo Milk
20PM
Full Heal Full Heal
30PM
Max Repel Max Repel
35PM
Hyper Potion Hyper Potion
60PM
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball
60PM
Ether Ether
120PM
Max Potion Max Potion
125PM
Full Restore Full Restore
300PM
Max Revive Max Revive
400PM
Rare Candy Rare Candy
500PM
PP Up PP Up
1000PM

Poké Ball Boutique

Quick Ball Quick Ball
Pokémon Dollar1,000
Dive Ball Dive Ball
Pokémon Dollar1,000
Timer Ball Timer Ball
Pokémon Dollar1,000
Premier Ball Premier Ball
Pokémon Dollar200
Heal Ball Heal Ball
Pokémon Dollar300
Net Ball Net Ball
Pokémon Dollar1,000
Nest Ball Nest Ball
Pokémon Dollar1,000
Dusk Ball Dusk Ball
Pokémon Dollar1,000
Repeat Ball Repeat Ball
Pokémon Dollar1,000
Luxury Ball Luxury Ball
Pokémon Dollar1,000

Herb Store

Heal Powder Heal Powder
Pokémon Dollar450
EnergyPowder EnergyPowder
Pokémon Dollar500
Energy Root Energy Root
Pokémon Dollar800
Revival Herb Revival Herb
Pokémon Dollar2,800

Stone Emporium

Fire Stone Fire Stone
Pokémon Dollar2,100
Water Stone Water Stone
Pokémon Dollar2,100
Leaf Stone Leaf Stone
Pokémon Dollar2,100

Items

South Boulevard

Item Location Games
Bag None Sprite.png Lens Case From PR Video Studio  X  Y 
Bag Quick Ball Sprite.png Quick Ball ×3 From a man in the second floor of the building across the street from Shutterbug Café  X  Y 
Bag Timer Ball Sprite.png Timer Ball ×3 From a man in the second floor of the building across the street from Shutterbug Café  X  Y 
Bag Quick Claw Sprite.png Quick Claw From a girl in the first floor of the building across the street from Shutterbug Café  X  Y 
Bag Wide Lens Sprite.png Wide Lens From a Backpacker in Shutterbug Café after taking at least one photo at a Photo Spot  X  Y 
Bag Scope Lens Sprite.png Scope Lens From a Backpacker in Shutterbug Café after taking a photo at every Photo Spot  X  Y 
Bag Zoom Lens Sprite.png Zoom Lens From a Backpacker in Shutterbug Café after taking 30 or more photos at any Photo Spot  X  Y 

Sycamore Pokémon Lab

Item Location Games
Bag Luxury Ball Sprite.png Luxury Ball ×5 2F; from a female scientist  X  Y 
Bag Poké Radar Sprite.png Poké Radar 2F; from a male scientist on the second floor after defeating the Elite Four  X  Y 
Bag TM Normal Sprite.png TM54 (False Swipe) 3F; from a female scientist after encountering a certain number of Pokémon  X  Y 
Bag Venusaurite Sprite.png Venusaurite 3F; from Professor Sycamore if Bulbasaur is chosen  X  Y 
Bag Charizardite X Sprite.png Charizardite X 3F; from Professor Sycamore if Charmander is chosen  X 
Bag Charizardite Y Sprite.png Charizardite Y 3F; from Professor Sycamore if Charmander is chosen  Y 
Bag Blastoisinite Sprite.png Blastoisinite 3F; from Professor Sycamore if Squirtle is chosen  X  Y 
Bag Oval Charm Sprite.png Oval Charm 3F; from Professor Sycamore after showing him a Pokédex with all Kalos Pokémon seen  X  Y 
Bag Shiny Charm Sprite.png Shiny Charm 3F; from Professor Sycamore after showing him a complete National Pokédex  X  Y 

Café Soleil

Item Location Games
Bag Gardevoirite Sprite.png Gardevoirite Held by Ralts  X  Y 

Vernal Avenue

Café Woof

Item Location Games
Bag Pearl String Sprite.png Pearl String ×2 Given by a Madame after showing her a Furfrou that has kept the same trim for 15 days.  X  Y 

Herboriste

Item Location Games
Bag None Sprite.png Looker Ticket Near the Espurr (post-game)  X  Y 

North Boulevard

Lumiose Station

Item Location Games
Bag None Sprite.png TMV Pass From Professor Sycamore after defeating the Elite Four  X  Y 

Office Café Building

Item Location Games
Bag Star Piece Sprite.png Star Piece 1F; from a woman if one of the player's Pokémon has a Veil ability  X  Y 
Bag Prism Scale Sprite.png Prism Scale 4F; from a little girl  X  Y 

Fighting Dojo

Item Location Games
Bag Expert Belt Sprite.png Expert Belt 3F; from a girl  X  Y 
Bag Protein Sprite.png Protein 3F; from a Battle Girl  X  Y 

Café Ultimo

Item Location Games
Bag None Sprite.png Training Ribbon From a woman if the player's Pokémon is Supremely Trained (passed all of the Super Training courses, including Super Secret Training, under the par time)  X  Y 

Autumnal Avenue

Poké Ball Boutique

Item Location Games
Bag Luxury Ball Sprite.png Luxury Ball Randomly given by a Schoolgirl in the Poké Ball Boutique once a day  X  Y 
Bag Heal Ball Sprite.png Heal Ball ×3 Randomly given by a Schoolgirl in the Poké Ball Boutique once a day  X  Y 

Magenta Plaza

Pokémon Center

Item Location Games
Bag None Sprite.png Looker Ticket Next to the nurse's desk (post-game)  X  Y 

Jaune Plaza

House

Item Location Games
Bag Revive Sprite.png Revive From a female scientist if the player's Pokémon knows Eerie Impulse  X  Y 

Backalleys

Item Location Games
Bag Destiny Knot Sprite.png Destiny Knot Given after defeating Beauty Aimee  X  Y 
Bag Elixir Sprite.png Elixir Given after defeating Beauty Anais  X  Y 
Bag Nugget Sprite.png Nugget Given after defeating Beauty Cassandra  X  Y 

Lysandre Café

Item Location Games
Bag King's Rock Sprite.png King's Rock From Lysandre after defeating Clemont  X  Y 

Parade

Item Location Games
Bag None Sprite.png Honor of Kalos From Professor Sycamore during the parade  X  Y 

Pokémon

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Gift Pokémon
001 Bulbasaur
X Y
Gift Gift
10 One
004 Charmander
X Y
Gift Gift
10 One
007 Squirtle
X Y
Gift Gift
10 One
280 Ralts
X Y
000 Trade
Any Pokémon
5 One
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

Trainers

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Trainer Pokémon
Punk Guy Faust
Punk Guy Faust
メルド Merde
Reward: PokémonDollar.png600
093 Haunter Lv.30
No item
Black Belt Killian
Black Belt Killian
ウォング Wong
Reward: PokémonDollar.png600
067 Machoke Lv.30
No item
Beauty Anais
Beauty Anais
カルーセル Carrousel
Reward: PokémonDollar.png680
117 Seadra Lv.34
No item
Punk Girl Lillian
Punk Girl Lillian
ミミ Mimi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png600
552 Krokorok Lv.30
No item
Beauty Aimee
Beauty Aimee
ドゥ Do
Reward: PokémonDollar.png680
662 Fletchinder Lv.34
No item
Chef Kamaboko
Chef Kamaboko
ロコモコ Locomoco
Reward: PokémonDollar.png600
017 Pidgeotto Lv.30
No item
Waitress Paget
Waitress Paget
ペッシュ Peche
Reward: PokémonDollar.png600
281 Kirlia Lv.30
No item
Beauty Cassandra
Beauty Cassandra
トロワ Trois
Reward: PokémonDollar.png680
315 Roselia Lv.34
No item
Owner Toro
Owner Toro
スケゾウ Sukezō
Reward: PokémonDollar.png600
660 Diggersby Lv.30
No item
Garçon Jacopo
Garçon Jacopo
ベリーニ Bellini
Reward: PokémonDollar.png600
444 Gabite Lv.30
No item
Lumi Cabs
Driver Carter
Driver Carter
Reward: PokémonDollar.png4,224
553 Krookodile Lv.66
No item
Driver Clarence
Driver Clarence
Reward: PokémonDollar.png2,112
551 Sandile Lv.33
No item
Driver Cormick
Driver Cormick
Reward: PokémonDollar.png3,520
552 Krokorok Lv.55
No item
Driver Coupe
Driver Coupe
Reward: PokémonDollar.png2,112
551 Sandile Lv.33
No item
Driver Hackney
Driver Hackney
Reward: PokémonDollar.png2,112
551 Sandile Lv.33
No item
Driver Hansom
Driver Hansom
Reward: PokémonDollar.png2,112
551 Sandile Lv.33
No item
Driver Schaffer
Driver Schaffer
Reward: PokémonDollar.png3,520
552 Krokorok Lv.55
No item
Driver Wayne
Driver Wayne
Reward: PokémonDollar.png3,520
552 Krokorok Lv.55
No item
Driver Weaver
Driver Weaver
Reward: PokémonDollar.png3,520
552 Krokorok Lv.55
No item

South Boulevard

Alleyway

Trainer Pokémon
During Chapter 2 of the Looker Bureau
Preschooler Natalie
Preschooler Natalie
スタン Stains
Reward: PokémonDollar.png848
220 Swinub Lv.53
No item
438 Bonsly Lv.53
No item
Preschooler Lily
Preschooler Lily
オヨナ Oyonnax
Reward: PokémonDollar.png880
174 Igglybuff Lv.55
No item
Schoolgirl Callie
Schoolgirl Callie
ル・カネ Le Cannet
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,696
078 Rapidash Lv.53
No item
542 Leavanny Lv.53
No item
099 Kingler Lv.53
No item
Schoolboy Macon
Schoolboy Macon
マコン Mâcon
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,792
442 Spiritomb Lv.56
No item
During Chapter 4 of the Looker Bureau
Suspicious Lady "???"
Suspicious Lady "???"
Reward: PokémonDollar.png960
053 Persian Lv.60
No item

Sycamore Pokémon Lab



Bleu Plaza

Trainer Pokémon
Owner Toro
Owner Toro
スケゾウ Sukezō
Reward: PokémonDollar.png600
660 Diggersby Lv.30
No item
Waitress Paget
Waitress Paget
ペッシュ Peche
Reward: PokémonDollar.png600
281 Kirlia Lv.30
No item

Lysandre Café

Trainer Pokémon
Team Flare Grunt
Team Flare Grunt
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,840
560 Scrafty Lv.46
No item
Team Flare Grunt
Team Flare Grunt
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,840
510 Liepard Lv.46
No item

North Boulevard

Galette Stand Alleyway

Trainer Pokémon
During Chapter 4 of the Looker Bureau
Suspicious Woman "???"
Suspicious Woman "???"
Reward: PokémonDollar.png8,400
593 Jellicent Lv.58
No item
637 Volcarona Lv.60
No item

Café Triste Alleyway

Trainer Pokémon
During Chapter 4 of the Looker Bureau
Suspicious Child "???"
Suspicious Child "???"
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,824
547 Whimsicott Lv.57
No item
303 Mawile Lv.57
No item
210 Granbull Lv.57
No item

Lumiose Station

Trainer Pokémon
During Chapter 3 of the Looker Bureau
Lumiose Gang Member Sedna
Lumiose Gang Member Sedna
ゲンマ Gemma
Reward: PokémonDollar.png4,640
630 Mandibuzz Lv.58
No item
Lumiose Gang Member Eris
Lumiose Gang Member Eris
エブル Ebur
Reward: PokémonDollar.png4,480
675 Pangoro Lv.56
No item
626 Bouffalant Lv.56
No item
Lumiose Gang Member Nix
Lumiose Gang Member Nix
マルモル Marmor
Reward: PokémonDollar.png4,480
621 Druddigon Lv.56
No item
553 Krookodile Lv.56
No item

Looker Bureau

Trainer Pokémon
During Chapter 4 of the Looker Bureau
Butler Chalmers
Butler Chalmers
アカマロ Akamaro
Reward: PokémonDollar.png4,960
628 Braviary Lv.62
No item



Parade



In the spin-off-games

In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U

Main article: Prism Tower (stage)

Prism Tower, Lumiose City's prominent landmark, appears as a stage in the Nintendo 3DS version of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U.

In the anime

Lumiose City in the anime

Ash arrived in Lumiose City with Alexa in Kalos, Where Dreams and Adventures Begin! as his first destination of the Kalos region. Ash wanted to challenge the Gym there, but he was denied access due to not having enough Kalos badges by the Clembot. He fell several feet, then he was saved by Clemont and Bonnie. This is also where Ash had his first Kalos battle using Pikachu against Clemont's Bunnelby until the battle was interrupted by Team Rocket trying to capture Pikachu. They were nearly successful until the group was saved by a wild Froakie, who was injured in the process, needing immediate treatment. Bonnie suggested taking Froakie to Professor Sycamore's lab.


Trivia

  • A woman beside Café Bataille explains that the two Skiddo in front of Lumiose Station were abandoned by their Trainer, and wait by the station for his return. This is a possible reference to the story of Hachikō, an Akita dog who waited at the train station every day for his owner's return, even after his unexpected death. The story is a popular legend in Japanese culture.
  • If the player enters Lumiose City and gets on their bicycle, the music does not change.
  • At the Magenta Plaza Pokémon Center, a young man mentions Team Plasma "making news a while back in the Unova region," while a young woman mentions Professor Oak's grandson having visited Kalos to study abroad. She also tells how he used to say "Bonjour" while meeting and "Smell ya later!" while leaving. The first quote refers to the way how Blue greets the player while visiting S.S. Anne in the original Generation I games and their remakes, while the latter one was used whenever he left the player's presence.
  • The four avenues are named after words pertaining to each of the four seasons: Estival (Summer), Autumnal (Autumn), Hibernal (Winter), and Vernal (Spring).
  • The five plazas are named after French words corresponding to their color: Rouge (red), Bleu (blue), Vert (green), Magenta (magenta), and Jaune (yellow).
  • The architecture style of Lumiose City is very similar to its real counterpart. Paris itself consists mostly of buildings dating back up to several centuries and the outskirts (also called the Parisian suburbs) were recently urbanized, dating back to the 1960s.
  • Similarly to Paris, Lumiose City has roads connecting to all parts of Kalos. The only difference is that Paris' connections to all parts of France are used by railroads.
    • The layout of the city is also extremely similar to the area of Paris surrounding the Arc de Triomphe.
  • On the second floor of the Fighting Dojo, a Hex Maniac will appear, say "No, you're not the one," and float away. The purpose of this in-game event, if there is one, is not known yet.
  • Behind the second TMV timetable in Lumiose Station, some words are written saying "I'm going to go for help. Wait in the usual place."
  • The shape and colors of the plazas closely resemble the logo of the Battle Frontier in Generation IV.
  • Lumiose City has more Pokémon Centers than any other city, with three.
  • The Mega Stones for the Kanto starter Pokémon sold at the Stone Emporium are the most expensive purchasable items in the Pokémon games, costing PokémonDollar.png1,000,000 originally. Some items have been listed for the same price in previous games, but they have not been purchasable since that price was specifically chosen in those instances to be PokémonDollar.png1 more than the player could hold.

Glitches

Map of Lumiose City by Nintendo indicating areas unsafe to load saves in
Main article: Lumiose City save glitch

At the time of release of Pokémon X and Y, many players reported being unable to move after loading a save within Lumiose City. According to Nintendo.com, if the player saves the game in certain areas of Lumiose City, then ends the game, the controls will not respond when the saved game is reloaded. They provided a map indicating known areas where the glitch can occur, which includes the entire outer boulevards. On October 25, 2013, Nintendo released a patch for this glitch via the Nintendo eShop.

Origin

Lumiose City and Prism Tower are based on Paris and the Eiffel Tower respectively.

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese ミアレシティ Miare City Possibly from 御生れ miare, advent of a deity
English Lumiose City From Paris's nickname La Ville-Lumière (The City of Light), grandiose, and possibly rose
French Illumis From La Ville-Lumière, Paris, lumia, and possibly illuminer (illuminate)
German Illumina City From La Ville-Lumière, lumia, and possibly illuminieren (illuminate)
Italian Luminopoli From La Ville-Lumière, lumia, and luminoso (bright, luminous)
Spanish Ciudad Luminalia From La Ville-Lumière, lumia, and possibly luminoso (bright, luminous) or iluminar (illuminate)
Korean 미르시티 Mireu City Possibly from myrrh. Also the native Korean word for dragon

References




Kalos
Bug Badge.png Cliff Badge.png Rumble Badge.png Plant Badge.png Voltage Badge.png Fairy Badge.png Psychic Badge.png Iceberg Badge.png
Settlements
Vaniville TownAquacorde Town‎Santalune CityLumiose CityCamphrier TownCyllage City
Ambrette TownGeosenge TownShalour CityCoumarine CityLaverre CityDendemille TownAnistar City
Couriway TownSnowbelle CityPokémon LeagueKiloude City‎
Landmarks
Santalune ForestChamber of EmptinessParfum PalaceBattle ChateauBerry fieldsConnecting CaveGlittering CaveReflection Cave
Tower of MasteryAzure BaySea Spirit's DenKalos Power PlantPoké Ball FactoryLost HotelFrost CavernLysandre Labs
Team Flare Secret HQPokémon VillageVictory RoadBattle MaisonTerminus CaveUnknown DungeonFriend Safari
Routes
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