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Celadon City (Japanese: タマムシシティ Tamamushi City) is located in central Kanto. It is one of the largest cities in the region, second only to the giant Saffron City in the east. The city has two entrances, one from the east via Route 7, and one from the west via Route 16. Celadon is home to Erika, the city's Gym Leader and Eusine, the hunter of Suicune .
Places of interest
Celadon Department Store
- Main article: Celadon Department Store
Celadon's department store is the largest building in the city, as well as the largest shop in Kanto. It is located in the northwest corner of the city. The store has two sliding door entrances, and is six stories high, including a roof level. In front of it lies a decorative fountain.
- Main article: Celadon Mansion
Next to the city's Pokémon Center is the Celadon Mansion, where staff members of Game Freak rent a room from an old lady.
- Main article: Rocket Game Corner
The southern part of the city caters to travelers and tourists. In addition to a hotel and a restaurant, the Game Corner is a popular spot. The citizens take pride in the city's beauty and think the casino is bad for their image.
The Rocket Game Corner sells very rare Pokémon such as Dratini and Porygon in exchange for coins.
In the Generation I games, the player must go into the underbelly of the Game Corner and defeat Team Rocket. In Generation II, it has been renamed the Celadon Game Corner and is no longer run by Team Rocket.
Attached to the Celadon Gym is a perfume shop, run by Erika herself.
In the anime, Ash expressed disgust at the fragrances and was banned from the perfume shop and thus the Gym.
In Generation III, there is a move tutor who will teach Softboiled to certain Pokémon.
- Main article: Celadon Gym
The population is 42 (Team Rocket members not included), making it the 2nd largest city in Kanto.
Wild Pokémon can be found in the pond in the center of the city.
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| 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.
In other languages
||タマムシシティ Tamamushi City
||玉虫色 (tamamushi iro) refers to the iridescent colors of the jewel beetle.|
Jewel beetles reflect a rainbow of colors, most noticeably green.
|| Celadon City
|| From celadon.
|| From céladon and the suffix -pole, meaning city.
|| Prismania City
|| From Prisma, prism.
|| From azzurro, azure, and the suffix -poli, meaning city.
|| From German Prismania.
|| Ciudad Azulona
|| From azul, azure.
|| 무지개시티 Mujigae City
|| 무지개(mujigae) means rainbow.
| Chinese (Mandarin)
|| 彩虹市 Cǎihóng Shì
|| 彩虹 (cǎi hóng) means rainbow and 市 (shì) means city.
| Chinese (Cantonese)
|| 彩色市 Coisik Si
- In Generation I, there was an invisible PC in the hotel. This fact is explained by the close resemblance between the hotel and a Pokémon Center. This was less a glitch and more likely an oversight by the programmers who may have forgotten to remove the code to activate the PC at that particular point (though the sprite of the PC itself is no longer there).
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