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(Japanese: ヤンベラ Yambera) is a village located on the eastern part of Mandarin Island South that appeared in Wherefore Art Thou, Pokémon?.
It is a quaint little village home to many historic buildings, contrasting the bustling modern cities of Mandarin Island South such as Trovitopolis.
Places of interest
The Yambera Pokémon Center
- Main article: Pokémon Center
Like most settlements, Yambera has a Pokémon Center. It is a very large building that resembles an old-fashioned apartment with a sign that says "Pokémon" in front and a large "P" over the door. There are sleeping accommodations inside furnished with a desk and lightings.
The main street of the village features several amenities, including a gift shop, a tea and coffee shop, and a sandwich store.
A Christian church is located in the village center, and is where wedding ceremonies are held for the residents.
The park features a lake, a monument of a twisted sculpture, and a large garden with various floral displays and species of trees bearing pink fruits.
Pokémon Contests are held annually in the village, and are apparently popular among the residents.