Mitonga Island

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Mitonga Island ミロンダじま
Mironda Island
Mitonga Island
Connecting locations
North None
South None
West Renbow Island
East None
Mitonga Island on the map of Oblivia
Location of Mitonga Island in Oblivia

Mitonga Island (Japanese: ミロンダじま Mironda Island) is a location in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs.

Mitonga Island is the third-largest island of Oblivia. Its main place of settlement is Tilt Village, which is connected to Renbow Island by the Big Booker Bridge.

Other areas on the island


  • The extreme western tip of Mitonga Island (connecting to the Big Booker Bridge) is labeled as part of Renbow Island on the in-game map.

In other languages

Language Name Origin
Japanese ミロンダじま Mironda Island From mi (the third solfège syllable) and possibly ronda (Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese for round)
English Mitonga Island Similar to Japanese name
French Île Mironda Same as Japanese name
German Isla Milonda Similar to Japanese name
Italian Mironda Same as Japanese name
Spanish Isla Mironda Same as Japanese name
Portuguese Ilha de Missanga From mi and missanga (bead)

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Dolce IslandRenbow IslandMitonga IslandFaldera IslandSophian IslandLayuda IslandTilikule Island
Cocona VillageTilt VillageAqua Resort
Aquatic areas
Coral SeaCanal RuinsEastern SeaWestern Sea
Open areas
SkyLapras BeachTeakwood ForestCurl BayRand's HouseLatolato TrailMt. LatolatoWireless Tower
Hinder CapeMitonga RoadNoir ForestDangerous CliffSophian RoadMt. SorbetRainbow Dais
Forest TempleFire TempleIce TempleThunder TempleDark TempleLight TempleOdd Temple
Other areas
Rasp CavernOld MansionDaybreak RuinsSubmarineSilver FallsOblivia RuinsSky FortressThe Union

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