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A Pinap Berry (Japanese: パイルのみ Pairu Fruit) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation III. In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, the Pinap Berry also has two variants: the Silver Pinap Berry and the Golden Pinap Berry.
In the core series games
In the Generation V games, the Pinap Berry can be sold to the gourmet maniac on Route 5 for 500.
In all core series games apart from Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! and Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Pinap Berries cannot be used directly and only have a use as an ingredient, such as for Pokéblocks and Poffins.
In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, a Pinap Berry can be used from the Bag on a wild Pokémon to increase the chances of getting more item rewards for catching Pokémon. This consumes the Pinap Berry. If the wild Pokémon breaks out of a Poké Ball, the Berry's effect disappears. A wild Pokémon cannot eat a Berry while another Berry is still in effect.
In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, it restores the Pokémon's HP by 1/3 of its maximum HP. A wild Pokémon that consumes a Pinap Berry will yield more Exp. Points when caught.
In Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, the player can exchange Pinap Berries for accessories at the Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop.
In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, the player can exchange:
- 40 Pinap Berries for Gorgeous Specs
In Pokémon Platinum, the player can exchange:
- 10 Pinap Berries for an Old Umbrella
Pokémon Dream World
In the Pokémon Dream World, the player could exchange Berries for Décor. The following Décor required Pinap Berries.
|Plain Catalogue||Rocket House|| 270 Pinap Berries|
270 Wepear Berries
270 Cornn Berries
|Plain Catalogue||Space Window|| 70 Pinap Berries|
70 Wepear Berries
|Plain Catalogue||Starry Mat|| 35 Pinap Berries|
35 Cornn Berries
35 Magost Berries
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Snorlax Doll||200 Pinap Berries|
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Throh Doll||50 Pinap Berries|
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Whimsicott Doll||50 Pinap Berries|
- No. 20
- Size: 3.1" (8.0 cm)
- Firmness: Hard
Pokémon X and Y
Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
Scarlet and Violet
Sprites and models
|Berry Tag Sprite (Generation III)||Berry Tag Sprite (Generation IV)||Model from
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!
|Bag sprite from Legends Arceus|
In spin-off games
The Pinap Berry was added to Pokémon GO on February 16, 2017. Using a Pinap Berry on a wild Pokémon will make it give twice as much Candy if it is caught. The Berry's effect lasts until the wild Pokémon breaks out of a thrown Poké Ball. Feeding a Pinap Berry to a Gym defender increases its motivation by the same amount as a Razz Berry does.
- See also: Silver Pinap Berry→Pokémon GO
Pinap Berries can be obtained starting at level 18. They are also rewarded for leveling up every 4 levels starting at level 21. Pinap Berries have also appeared in limited-time boxes in the Shop.
In addition, Pinap Berries can be repeatably obtained from
- Spinning PokéStops or Gym (Lv. 18+)
- Completing certain Field Research or Special Research tasks
- Opening a Gift (Lv. 18+)
In the anime
Pinap Berries debuted in Mallow and the Forest Teacher!, where they were used by Abe and a wild Oranguru to make Pinap Juice.
In SM064, a Pinap Berry was at the nest of a group of wild Passimian.
In That New Old Gang of Mine!, Mallow was seen holding a Pinap Berry along with some Honey.
In the manga
Diamond & Pearl chapter
In Problematic Probopass and Mad Magnezone II, a Pinap Berry was seen among the many Berries that Cyrus's Probopass's Mini-Noses dug out of Lax's fur while trying to retrieve Cyrus's camera.
The Pinap Berry's design and name may be based on a pineapple.
|Japanese||パイルのみ Pairu no Mi||From パイナップル pineapple|
|English||Pinap Berry||From pineapple|
|French||Baie Nanana||From ananas, pineapple|
|German||Sananabeere||From Ananas, pineapple|
|Italian||Baccananas||From ananas, pineapple|
|Spanish||Baya Pinia||From piña, pineapple|
|Korean||파인열매 Pine Yeolmae||From 파인애플 pineapple|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||凰梨果 Huánglí Guǒ*||From 鳳梨 fènglí (pineapple; lit. "phoenix pear") and 鳳凰 fènghuáng (phoenix)|
|黃旺梨 Huángwànglí*||From 黃梨 huánglí, 旺來 wànglái, and 鳳梨 fènglí (different names for pineapple)|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||凰梨果 Wòhnglèih Gwó||From its Mandarin name|
|Indonesian||Beri Pinap||Sams as English name|
|Polish||Pinapjagoda||From its English name|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Fruta Caxí*
|From abacaxi, pineapple|
|Thai||ผลไพน์ Phon Phai||From pineapple|
|Vietnamese||Quả dứa||From trái dứa, pineapple|
|This Pokémon article is part of Project BerryDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each Berry in the Pokémon series.|
- Items introduced in Generation III
- Berries Pocket
- Items Pocket
- 4-hour Berries (Generation III)
- 8-hour Berries (Generation IV)
- 12-hour Berries (Generation V)
- 24-hour Berries (X and Y)
- 16-hour Berries (Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire)
- 24-hour Berries (Generation VII)
- 8-hour Berries (Generation VIII)
- Pokéblock Berries
- Catching Berries
- Items in Pokémon GO
- Hard Berries