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Revision as of 23:20, 12 November 2012

Terracotta Town
トネリコタウン Toneriko Town
Terracotta Town.png
Terracotta Town Harbor
Region Kanto
Debut Once More with Reeling!

Terracotta Town (Japanese: トネリコタウン Toneriko Town) is a large, anime-exclusive town in Kanto. It is visited by Ash, Brock, May and Max in Once More with Reeling!. It is possible the town is located near Pewter City and Pallet Town.

The seaside town is situated below a range of steep cliffs, resulting in several rivers which the town has cultivated around. The town is shown to host a festival known as the Terracotta Town Contest Festival, in which the streets are decorated with streamers and bustling with concessionary stands. More importantly around this time, the town is known to play host to unofficial Pokémon Contests.

May and Ash both enter the Contest, at a Contest Hall located within a rustic section of the seaside town. The two get to battle each other by both making it through to the Battle Round which ends in a draw, earning them both the Terracotta Medal. It is also the place where May's Combusken evolves into a Blaziken. The town also has its own harbor, with ships regularly docking to and from distant regions as far as Hoenn. May and Max depart from Kanto on one of these ships.


  • The town's Japanese name refers to the Japanese ash (Fraxinus japonica).
  • This town shares its name with the Spanish name of Accumula Town, but spelt Terracota and not Terracotta.

In other languages

Language Name Origin
Chinese (Taiwan) 梣木鎮 Cénmù Zhèn 梣 is derived from 梣 toneriko. 木 means tree or wood. 鎮 means town

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