Celadon Department Store

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Celadon Department Store タマムシデパート
Tamamushi Department Store
"Find what you need at the Celadon Dept. Store!"
Celadon Department Store HGSS.png
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Location: Celadon City
Region: Kanto
Generations: I, II, III, IV, VII
Kanto Celadon City Map.png
Location of Celadon Department Store in Kanto.
Pokémon world locations

The Celadon Department Store (Japanese: タマムシデパート Tamamushi Department Store) is the largest shop in Kanto. The store is six stories tall, including the roof.

Sign

The sign outside the building has remained fundamentally the same throughout the generations, only with slight differences in grammar and spelling.

Generation I

Find what you
need at CELADON
DEPT. STORE!

Generation II

Find What You
Need at CELADON
DEPT.STORE!

Generation III

Find what you need at the
CELADON DEPT. STORE!

Generation IV

Find what you need at the
Celadon Dept. Store!

Floors

Floor Name
 R  B  Y   G  S  C   FR  LG   HG  SS   P  E 
1F Service Counter Service Counter
2F Trainer's Market Trainer's Market Trainers' Market
3F TV Game Shop TM Shop TV Game Shop TM Shop Video Game Shop
4F Wiseman Gifts Wise Man Gifts Wiseman Gifts
5F Drug Store Drugstore Battle Collection Accessory Market
Roof[a] Vending Machines Rooftop Atrium Relaxation Space & Vending Machines

1F

1F is the Service Corner. Here, a receptionist welcomes customers and directs them to a board that describes the store layout. This is where the Poké Mart deliveryman can be found.

2F

2F is the Trainers' Market (formatted Trainer's Market prior to Generation VII). In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, this floor's motto is "Loads and loads of TMs!" In earlier games, the motto is "Top Grade Items for Trainers!"

According to the Fame Checker, Lance is seen regularly on this floor buying capes.

Generation I

Left cashier
Right cashier


Generation II

Left cashier
Right cashier


Generation III

Upper cashier
Lower cashier


Generation IV

Left cashier
Right cashier


Generation VII

Upper cashier
Lower cashier


3F

In Generations I, III, and VII, 3F is the Video Game Shop (TV Game Shop in Generations I and III). Various video games are displayed on this floor. In Generation I, a man behind the counter gives the player TM18 (Counter); in Generation III, this man is a Move Tutor who teaches Counter to a Pokémon; in Generation VII, this man gives the player TM03 (Helping Hand).

In Generations II and IV, 3F is the TM Shop. In Generation IV, the floor's motto is "Make Your Pokémon Stronger!"

Generation II
Generation IV


4F

4F is Wiseman Gifts (formatted "Wise Man Gifts" in Generation III). In Generations I, II, III, and VII, its motto is "Express yourself with gifts!"; in Generation IV, its motto is "Gifts to Express Yourself!".

In Generations I, III, and VII, Evolution stones are sold here. In Generation IV, Falkner and Janine appear here on Mondays.

Generation I
Generation II


Generation III
Generation IV


Generation VII


5F

From Generations I to IV, 5F is the Drugstore (Japanese: ドラッグ ストアRGBYFRLGHGSS or ドラッグ・ストアGSC Drug Store)—formatted Drug Store in Generations I and II; in English Generation IV, it is called Battle Collection instead. This floor sells battle items and vitamins. In Generation IV, its motto is Bring Out Pokémon Potential (Japanese: 「ポケモンの ちからを ひきだす」 Bring Out a Pokémon's Power).

In Generation VII, 5F is the Accessory Market (Japanese: アクセサリー マーケット Accessory Market). It sells accessories for the player and their partner Pokémon.

Generation I

Left cashier
Right cashier


Generation II

Left cashier
Right cashier


Generation III

Upper cashier
Lower cashier


Generation IV

Left cashier
Right cashier


Generation VII

Upper left stall
Hats
Special


Lower left stall


Upper right stall
Little Bows
Fancy Bows


Bandannas
Flowers


Lower right stall
Glasses
Sunglasses


Rooftop

The rooftop floor is described as the floor "Rooftop Square" in Generations I and III, 6F in Generations II and IV, and "Roof" in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

The rooftop floor is called the Vending Machines in Generation I, II, and III; Rooftop Atrium in Generation IV; and Relaxation Space & Vending Machines in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! In all games, the floor contains a picnic table and some vending machines. In Generation IV, its motto is "Have a Break at the Vending Machines".

In Generations I, III, and VII, a thirsty girl will give the player TMs in exchange for one of the drinks.


Items

Item Location Games
Accessory Turtwig Mask Sprite.png Turtwig Mask 2F, from Crasher Wake  HG  SS 
Accessory Chimchar Mask Sprite.png Chimchar Mask 2F, from Crasher Wake  HG  SS 
Accessory Piplup Mask Sprite.png Piplup Mask 2F, from Crasher Wake  HG  SS 
TM Fighting TM18 (Counter) 3F, from the man behind the counter  R  B  Y 
TM Normal VI TM03 (Helping Hand) 3F, from the man behind the counter  P  E 

TMs from the girl on the rooftop

Games →
Drink
 R  B  Y   FR  LG   P  E 
Fresh Water Fresh Water TM13 - Ice Beam
TM13 (Ice Beam)
TM16 - Light Screen
TM16 (Light Screen)
TM06 - Light Screen
TM06 (Light Screen)
Soda Pop Soda Pop TM48 - Rock Slide
TM48 (Rock Slide)
TM20 - Safeguard
TM20 (Safeguard)
TM09 - Reflect
TM09 (Reflect)
Lemonade Lemonade TM49 - Tri Attack
TM49 (Tri Attack)
TM33 - Reflect
TM33 (Reflect)
TM07 - Protect
TM07 (Protect)

Trainers

Generation VII

All of these Trainers appear at the Department Store once the player has become Champion.

Trainer Pokémon
2F
Master Trainer
Lass Yue
Lass Yue
ユウ
Vaporeon Vaporeon Lv.75
Shadow Ball Toxic
Rest -
3F
Master Trainer
Scientist Alphonse
Scientist Alphonse
シモン Shimon
Jolteon Jolteon Lv.75
Light Screen Yawn
Shadow Ball -
4F
Master Trainer
Ace Trainer Dax
Ace Trainer Dax
ヤマト Yamato
Flareon Flareon Lv.75
Flare Blitz Superpower
Fire Spin -


Artwork

Celadon Department Store LGPE Concept Art.jpg
Concept art from the Let's Go, Pikachu and Eevee! Super Music Collection

Layout

Interior

Version 1F 2F 3F 4F 5F Rooftop
Red Celadon Department Store 1F RBY.png Celadon Department Store 2F RBY.png Celadon Department Store 3F RBY.png Celadon Department Store 4F RBY.png Celadon Department Store 5F RBY.png
Celadon Department Store Rooftop RBY.png
Blue
Yellow
Gold Celadon Department Store 1F GSC.png Celadon Department Store 2F GSC.png Celadon Department Store 3F GSC.png Celadon Department Store 4F GSC.png Celadon Department Store 5F GSC.png
None.png
Silver
Crystal Goldenrod Department Store 1F C.png Goldenrod Department Store 2F C.png Goldenrod Department Store 3F C.png Goldenrod Department Store 4F C.png Celadon Department Store 6F C.png
FireRed Celadon Department Store 1F FRLG.png Celadon Department Store 2F FRLG.png Celadon Department Store 3F FRLG.png Celadon Department Store 4F FRLG.png Celadon Department Store 5F FRLG.png
Celadon Department Store Rooftop FRLG.png
LeafGreen
HeartGold Celadon Department Store 1F HGSS.png Celadon Department Store 2F HGSS.png Celadon Department Store 3F HGSS.png Celadon Department Store 4F HGSS.png Celadon Department Store 5F HGSS.png
Celadon Department Store Rooftop HGSS.png
SoulSilver
 

Exterior

Celadon Department Store RB.png Celadon Department Store GSC.png Celadon Department Store.png Celadon Department Store HGSS.png
Generation I Generation II Generation III Generation IV

Trivia

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 玉虹百貨公司 Yúkhùhng Baakfo Gūngsī *
彩虹百貨公司 Chóihùhng Baakfo Gūngsī *
Mandarin 玉虹百貨公司 / 玉虹百货公司 Yùhóng Bǎihuò Gōngsī *
彩虹百貨公司 Cǎihóng Bǎihuò Gōngsī *
France Flag.png French Centre commercial de Céladopole
Germany Flag.png German Prismania-Einkaufscenter (VII)
Prismania Einkaufszentrum (I-III)
Italy Flag.png Italian Centro Commerciale di Azzurropoli
South Korea Flag.png Korean 무지개백화점 Mujigae Baekwajeom
Portuguese Brazil Flag.png Brazil Loja de Departamentos da Cidade Celadon
Portugal Flag.png Portugal Loja de Departamentos da Cidade Celadon
Spain Flag.png Spanish Centro Comercial de Ciudad Azulona

References


Notes

  1. In Pokémon Red, Blue, Yellow, FireRed and LeafGreen, the floor is "Rooftop Square".
    In Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver, the floor is "6F".
    In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, the floor is "Roof".



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