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- Just for show I guess. You can probably access it with the "walk-anywhere" code for gameshark. --☆ケンジガール 02:54, 24 April 2008 (UTC)
Cherrygrove never appeared in the anime for some strange reason, if I'm not mistaken. Strange that in an era where there were so many filler episodes and filler cities and towns, they would skip over one of the game-canonical cities completely. Even Oldale Town got one episode in Pokémon Advanced. But Cherrygrove's only mention in anime-canon seems to be that they must have taken a ferry from a port south of the city to get to Altomare for Movie 5. It also appears on Anime maps of Johto, but still, no visitations. Strange. I wonder if Sento Cherry Town is a reference as well. Of course, Cherrygrove's Japanese name is a variant of the Cherry tree, while St.Cherry Town is the name of the Champion's hometown in the original version. Thus, probably not, unless it's a suburb of Cherrygrove like North Petalburg. Strange. Satosuke 21:22, 26 May 2008 (UTC)
- It did appear though. In Once in a Blue Moon. I own the episode and Im pretty positive it said Cherrygrove City. Mooites 21:28, 26 May 2008 (UTC)Mooites.
- I guess my memory was a bit vague. I haven't seen that episode since around when it was first shown on Kid's WB. I always wondered why it didn't appear. I definitely remember seeing that episode though. Guess there's a point where my detail memory is a bit patchy. Thanks. Satosuke 02:44, 5 June 2008 (UTC)
For its ubication. Nagoya is in Aichi Prefecture, which is in Chibu, situated between Kanto and Kansai. And Nara, which is based in Violet City, is northwest.
Also it was written too here: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_world_in_relation_to_the_real_world - unsigned comment from Bangirasu (talk • contribs)