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The name currently in use is a fan romanization of the Japanese name.
ミクリ Mikuri
Gender Female
Hometown Unknown
Region Unknown

(Japanese: ミクリ Mikuri) is a character who appeared in Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All.


Mikuri is considered to be friendly towards Shu as they both traveled together for a bit.


Mikuri in her kimono

Mikuri first appeared in a forest where she introduced herself to Shu. She then put on a show with her Bellossom. After Shu attempted to do so, he continued the act with Pikachu using Double Team and shooting some electricity. Mikuri fell in love with Pikachu and chased after him while watching it.

Mikuri traveled with Shu afterwards where they got lost and Mikuri became tired. In the midst of Shu arguing, Mikuri gets snatched by the three turtle siblings. After Pikachu zapped them with ThunderShock, Mikuri became surprised after they changed their personality but was happy to see that they had an interest in her.

The duo go to another forest where they met a Heracross in which Shu wanted to catch. Mikuri watched Shu taking on Heracross but was unsuccessful in battling it. After Shu was knocked back by Heracross, Mikuri battled it with Bellossom and caught it, only for Mikuri to disappear afterwards. A note flew by and Shu read it which came from her.


Mikuri's Bellossom
Mikuri owned a Bellossom, which she used to perform her show.

Bellossom's only known move is Petal Dance.

Debut Dance Battle!
Mikuri's Heracross
Shu and Mikuri find this Heracross out in a forest. Even though Shu wanted to catch it, Mikuri took his place and caught it with the help of her Bellossom.

None of Heracross's moves are known.

Debut Goodbye, Mikuri

Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All characters
NagiReiRin and RanRyomaRyukoShinji
Shu's fatherShu's motherThiefTomioYukiYuta

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