Danika

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Danika
アサヒ Asahi
Danika JN.png
Danika in Pokémon Journeys: The Series
Gender Female
Hometown Unknown
Region Unknown
Trainer class Pokémon Trainer
Member of Project Mew
Rank Chaser
Anime debut Advice to Goh!
English voice actor N/A
Japanese voice actor Ryoko Shiraishi

Danika (Japanese: アサヒ Asahi) is a recurring character in Pokémon Journeys: The Series. She is a Trainer and researcher with Project Mew.

In the anime

Danika

History

Danika first appeared in Advice to Goh!, when she contacted Gary on his Rotom Phone after receiving the feather of Moltres and awarded him a token with a Mew symbol.

She made her first in-person appearance in Leaping Toward the Dream!, where she explained to Ash and Goh how Project Mew operates, and gave Goh his mission of catching an Alolan Ninetales on Mount Coronet. After Goh had succeeded in the mission, Danika congratulated him on his success and informed him that he was now qualified to start taking on proper Trial Missions.

Danika reappeared in JN080. She was first seen monitoring Ninetales after returning it to its natural habitat. Shortly thereafter she discussed with Quillon about Goh's future in Project Mew.

Later, when Goh and Ash were surrounded by Pokémon poacher Nito and his henchmen, Danika intervened and saved them using her Rapid Strike Style Urshifu. Once everything was resolved, Danika handed Goh his first Project Mew Token and encouraged him to continue giving his best.

In JN088, Danika received a message from Goh, informing her that he had completed his second Trial Mission. She sent him a token before joining Quillon in facing a Regirock as it emerged from the ruins before them.

Character

Unlike Quillon, Danika is far more welcoming and friendly, encouraging Goh to give his best. In battle her most friendly posture is left aside, Danika is quite confident of her abilities, even choosing several opponents for battle and disqualifying the Pokémon Hunters as soon as she arrives at the place.

Pokémon

On hand

This listing is of Danika's known Pokémon in the anime:

Danika's Azumarill
Azumarill
Azumarill is Danika's first known Pokémon, Azumarill is usually seen outside of its Poké Ball. Azumarill was first seen when Danika was monitoring the Alolan Ninetales that Goh had rescued. Later, when Goh completed his first Trial Mission, Azumarill appeared alongside Danika, encouraging Goh.

In JN088, Azumarill was seen alongside its Trainer when she encountered a wild Regirock.

None of Azumarill's moves are known.

Debut JN080
Voice actors
Japanese Risa Shimizu
Danika's Urshifu
Urshifu
Rapid Strike Style Urshifu is Danika's second known Pokémon. She sent it out to battle Nito's henchmen's Pokémon, knocking them out with ease.

Urshifu's only known move is Surging Strikes.

Debut JN080

Traveling with

Danika Rotom Phone.png
Rotom Phone

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 白石涼子 Ryoko Shiraishi


In the manga

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Danika appeared in JNM21 and JNM24.

Pokémon

892Urshifu-Rapid Strike.png
Urshifu


Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese アサヒ Asahi From 旭岳 Asahi-dake (Mount Asahi)[1] and 旭 asahi (morning sun), referencing Pokémon Sun
English Danika From Даница Danica (personification of the Morning Star in Slavic mythology)
Korean 태화 Taehwa From 태화산 (太華山) Taehwasan (Mount Taehwa)
Chinese (Mandarin) 朝日 Zhāorì From the Japanese name 朝日 Asahi and 朝日 zhāorì (morning sun)

References

  1. Pash! (July 2021 issue), interview with executive director Daiki Tomoyasu and animation producer Hiroyuki Kato


Leader: Professor Amaranth
Chasers: DanikaQuillon
Challengers: GaryGoh


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