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{{BerryInfobox
name=Tanga Berry |
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|snum=46
image=Tanga.png |
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|name=Tanga
jname= |
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|jname= タンガ
tmname= |
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|tmname= Tanga
size=1.7" |
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|size=1.7
firm=Very Soft |
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|sizecm=4.3
desc4=The flower grows at the tip of this Berry. It attracts Bug Pokemon by letting its stringy petals stream out. |
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|firm=Very soft
effect=Lowers effectiveness of a [[super effective]] {{type2|Bug}} [[move]]. |
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|desc4=The flower grows at the tip of this Berry. It attracts Bug Pokémon by letting its stringy petals stream out.
nameor= [[wp:Pitanga|Pitanga]] |
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|d4=A Poffin ingredient. If held by a Pokémon, it weakens a foe's supereffective Bug-type attack.{{sup/4|DPPt}}<br/>If held by a Pokémon, it weakens a foe’s supereffective Bug-type attack.{{sup/4|HGSS}}
treeimage= |
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|d5=Weakens a supereffective<!--no space--> Bug-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
spicy= Strong |
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|d6=If held by a Pokémon, this berry will lessen the damage taken from one supereffective Bug-type attack.
dry=No |
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|d7=If held by a Pokémon, this Berry will lessen the damage taken from one supereffective Bug-type attack.
sweet=No |
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|effect=Halves the [[damage]] taken from a {{DL|Type|Type effectiveness|supereffective}} {{type|Bug}} [[move]].
bitter=No |
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|nameor={{wp|Eugenia uniflora|Pitanga}}
sour=Yes |
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|basis={{wp|Eugenia uniflora|Pitanga}}
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|type=Bug
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|power={{tt|80|60 in Generations IV-V}}
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|scoop1=5
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|stick1=3
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|scoop2=3
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|stick2=1
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|scoop3=4
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|stick3=2
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|treeimage=
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|grow4=72
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|spicy=&ndash;
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|dry=&ndash;
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|sweet=&ndash;
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|bitter=&ndash;
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|sour=&ndash;
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|spicy4=20
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|sour4=10
 
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The '''Tanga Berry''' is a type of berry introduced in the [[Generation IV]] games.
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A '''Tanga Berry''' (Japanese: '''タンガのみ''' ''Tanga Berry'') is a type of [[Berry]] introduced in [[Generation IV]].
   
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==
*Receive from woman in [[Pastoria City]].
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{{Berryloc |
*Wild {{p|Spoink}}
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gen3=no |
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DPPt1=Sometimes given by the {{tc|Aroma Lady}} in the westernmost house of [[Pastoria City]]. |
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DPPt2=Chance of winning from Scratch-Off Cards in the {{gdis|Battle Frontier|IV}}. |
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HGSS1=Bought by the player's {{jo|Mom}}. |
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HGSS2=Chance of winning from Scratch-Off Cards in the {{gdis|Battle Frontier|IV}}. |
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4wild1=Rarely (5% chance) held by wild {{p|Spoink}}. |
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Walk1=Very rarely found in {{pw|Stormy Beach}} after 3000+ steps. |
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B2W21=[[Join Avenue]] ({{DL|Join Avenue|Flower Shop}})|
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DW1=On the player's first visit to the Dream World, they will receive five of one of the {{cat|damage-reducing Berries}} from [[Fennel]]. |
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XY1=From the Tanga Berry tree on {{rt|22|Kalos}} once a week. |
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XY2=Can be given by {{tc|Psychic}} [[Inver]] at the {{DL|Kalos Route 18|Inverse House}}. |
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XY3=Sometimes found on [[Natural objects|green Berry trees]]. |
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ORAS1=Growing on [[Route]] {{rtn|123|Hoenn}} in the [[Berry Master]]'s garden when the player first arrives there. |
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ORAS2=Can be given by Proprietor [[Inver]] at the {{DL|Mauville City|Inverse Battle Stop}}. |
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ORAS3=Can be given by a fan after competing in a Master Rank [[Pokémon Contest|Pokémon Contest Spectacular]]. |
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MC1=Can be obtained through the Lv. 2 {{DL|PokéMileage Club|Poké Doll Grabber}} attraction. |
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SM1=Can be found in the Berry pile in northeast [[Poni Wilds]]. |
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USUM1=Can be found in the Berry pile in northeast [[Poni Wilds]]. |
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}}
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{{Eventberry
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|gen=IV
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|rate1=100%
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|event1=Ranch
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|page1=Hayley's trades#Wailmer
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|pokémon1=Wailmer
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|}}
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<br>
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{{Eventberry
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|gen=V
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|rate1=100%
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|event1=Pokémon Adventure Camp
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|page1=List of local Japanese event Pokémon distributions in Generation V#Lileep
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|pokémon1=Lileep
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|}}
   
 
==Growth and harvest==
 
==Growth and harvest==
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===Generation IV===
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A Tanga Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 72 hours, with 18 hours per stage. A Tanga tree will yield 1-5 Berries.
   
==Poffin cooking==
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===Generation VI===
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A Tanga Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 48 hours, with 8 hours per stage. A Tanga tree will yield 3-20 Berries. During its growth, watering the plant will add 1 Berry to the final harvest, weeding it will add 0.5, and removing a pest will add 2.
   
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===Generation VII===
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A Tanga Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 48 hours. A Tanga tree will yield 2-6 Berries.
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==Uses==
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===Poffin Cooking===
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At 100% performance, a Tanga Berry can produce a Level 25 (maybe higher) Spicy Poffin when cooking alone.
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==Artwork==
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{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; text-align:center; background: #{{black color dark}}; border: 5px solid #{{black color}}"
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|-
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| width="160px" style="background: #{{spicy color}}; {{roundytop|5px}}" | [[File:Dream Tanga Berry Sprite.png]]
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|-
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| style="background: #{{sour color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | {{color|{{sour color dark}}|Dream World artwork}}
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|}{{left clear}}
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==Names==
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{| class="roundy" style="background: #{{bug color light}}; border: 3px solid #{{bug color}}"
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|-
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! style="{{roundytl|5px}}" | Language
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! Name
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! style="{{roundytr|5px}}" | Origin
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|- style="background:#FFF;"
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|Japanese
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| タンガのみ ''Tanga no Mi''
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| From ピタンガ ''{{wp|Eugenia uniflora|pitanga}}''
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|- style="background:#FFF;"
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|English
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|Tanga Berry
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|From ''pitanga''
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|- style="background:#FFF;"
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|French
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| Baie Panga
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| From ''pitanga''
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|- style="background:#FFF;"
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|German
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| Tanigabeere
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| From ''Pitanga''
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|- style="background:#FFF;"
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|Italian
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|Baccaitan
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|From ''pitanga''
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|- style="background:#FFF;"
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|Spanish
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| Baya Yecana
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| From ''cereza de Cayena'', pitanga
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|- style="background:#FFF;"
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|Korean
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|리체열매 ''Riche Yeolmae''
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|From 수리남체리 ''Suriname cherry'', pitanga
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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|rowspan="2"|Chinese ({{tt|Mandarin|Taiwan and Mainland China}})
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| 扁櫻果 / 扁樱果 ''Biǎnyīng Guǒ''{{tt|*|Games}}
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| From 扁櫻桃 ''biǎnyīngtáo'', pitanga
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| 藤櫻果 ''Téngyīng Guǒ''{{tt|*|Adventures}}
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| From 藤 ''téng'' (vine) and 扁櫻桃 ''biǎnyīng​táo'' (pitanga)
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|- style="background:#FFF"
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| Chinese ({{tt|Cantonese|Hong Kong}})
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| 扁櫻果 ''Bínyīng Gwó''
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| From 扁櫻桃 ''bínyīngtòuh'', pitanga
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|- style="background:#FFF;"
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| Vietnamese
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| Quả Tanga
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| Transliteration of Japanese name
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|}
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[[Category:Spicy berries]] [[Category: Sour berries]] [[Category: Damage-reducing berries]]
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[[es:Baya Yecana]]
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[[fr:Baie Panga]]
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[[it:Baccaitan]]
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[[ja:タンガのみ]]
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[[zh:扁樱果(道具)]]

Latest revision as of 07:40, 30 November 2018

Payapa Berry Payapa Berry
Berries
Charti Berry Charti Berry
TagTanga.png Tanga Berry
タンガのみ Tanga Fruit
No. 46
Size (in) Size (cm) Firmness
1.7" 4.3 cm Very soft
Tag description
Generation III
Generation IV The flower grows at the tip of this Berry. It attracts Bug Pokémon by letting its stringy petals stream out.
Bag description
Generation III
Generation IV A Poffin ingredient. If held by a Pokémon, it weakens a foe's supereffective Bug-type attack.DPPt
If held by a Pokémon, it weakens a foe’s supereffective Bug-type attack.HGSS
Generation V Weakens a supereffective Bug-type attack against the holding Pokémon.
Generation VI If held by a Pokémon, this berry will lessen the damage taken from one supereffective Bug-type attack.
Generation VII If held by a Pokémon, this Berry will lessen the damage taken from one supereffective Bug-type attack.
Generation VIII Unknown
Effect
Halves the damage taken from a supereffective Bug-type move.
Origin
Name Pitanga
Design Pitanga
Natural Gift
Type Bug
Power 80
Ice Cream Scoop
Flavor 1 Flavor 2 Flavor 3
Scoop DW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.png DW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.png DW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.png
Stickiness DW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.png DW Ice Cream Scoop Star.png DW Ice Cream Scoop Star.pngDW Ice Cream Scoop Star.png
Growth
Generation IV
AllTreeSeed.png
Planted
0 hours
AllTreeSprout.png
Sprouted
18 hours
TangaTreeTaller.png
Taller
36 hours
TangaTreeBloom.png
Flowering
54 hours
TangaTreeBerry.png
Berries
72 hours
Flavor
Generation IV
 
 
 
 
 
 
20

SPICY

 
 
 
0

DRY

 
 
 
0

SWEET

 
 
 
0

BITTER

 
 
 
10

SOUR

 
 
 

A Tanga Berry (Japanese: タンガのみ Tanga Berry) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation IV.

Locations

Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald
FireRed and LeafGreen
Wild hold item (Generation III)
Mini Games (Generation III)
Orre
Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum
Sometimes given by the Aroma Lady in the westernmost house of Pastoria City.
Chance of winning from Scratch-Off Cards in the Battle Frontier.
HeartGold and SoulSilver
Bought by the player's Mom.
Chance of winning from Scratch-Off Cards in the Battle Frontier.
Wild hold item (Generation IV)
Rarely (5% chance) held by wild Spoink.
Pokéwalker
Very rarely found in Stormy Beach after 3000+ steps.
Pokémon Battle Revolution
Mystery Dungeon series
Black and White
Black 2 and White 2
Join Avenue (Flower Shop)
Wild hold item (Generation V)
Dream World
On the player's first visit to the Dream World, they will receive five of one of the damage-reducing Berries from Fennel.
X and Y
From the Tanga Berry tree on Route 22 once a week.
Can be given by Psychic Inver at the Inverse House.
Sometimes found on green Berry trees.
Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Growing on Route 123 in the Berry Master's garden when the player first arrives there.
Can be given by Proprietor Inver at the Inverse Battle Stop.
Can be given by a fan after competing in a Master Rank Pokémon Contest Spectacular.
Wild hold item (Generation VI)
PokéMileage Club
Can be obtained through the Lv. 2 Poké Doll Grabber attraction.
Sun and Moon
Can be found in the Berry pile in northeast Poni Wilds.
Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
Can be found in the Berry pile in northeast Poni Wilds.
Wild hold item (Generation VII)


The Tanga Berry can be found at the following events
Generation IV
Rate Event Held by
100% Ranch Wailmer


The Tanga Berry can be found at the following events
Generation V
Rate Event Held by
100% Pokémon Adventure Camp Lileep

Growth and harvest

Generation IV

A Tanga Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 72 hours, with 18 hours per stage. A Tanga tree will yield 1-5 Berries.

Generation VI

A Tanga Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 48 hours, with 8 hours per stage. A Tanga tree will yield 3-20 Berries. During its growth, watering the plant will add 1 Berry to the final harvest, weeding it will add 0.5, and removing a pest will add 2.

Generation VII

A Tanga Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 48 hours. A Tanga tree will yield 2-6 Berries.

Uses

Poffin Cooking

At 100% performance, a Tanga Berry can produce a Level 25 (maybe higher) Spicy Poffin when cooking alone.

Artwork

Dream Tanga Berry Sprite.png
Dream World artwork

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese タンガのみ Tanga no Mi From ピタンガ pitanga
English Tanga Berry From pitanga
French Baie Panga From pitanga
German Tanigabeere From Pitanga
Italian Baccaitan From pitanga
Spanish Baya Yecana From cereza de Cayena, pitanga
Korean 리체열매 Riche Yeolmae From 수리남체리 Suriname cherry, pitanga
Chinese (Mandarin) 扁櫻果 / 扁樱果 Biǎnyīng Guǒ* From 扁櫻桃 biǎnyīngtáo, pitanga
藤櫻果 Téngyīng Guǒ* From 藤 téng (vine) and 扁櫻桃 biǎnyīng​táo (pitanga)
Chinese (Cantonese) 扁櫻果 Bínyīng Gwó From 扁櫻桃 bínyīngtòuh, pitanga
Vietnamese Quả Tanga Transliteration of Japanese name


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