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|type=cave
|location_name=Tohjo Falls
|japanese_name=トージョウのたき
|translated_name=Tojoh WaterfallWaterfalls
|location={{rt|27|Kanto}}
|region=Kanto
|generation={{Gen|II}}, {{Gen|IV}}
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'''Tohjo Falls''' (Japanese: '''トージョウのたき''' ''Tōjō Waterfall'') are two waterfalls separating the [[Johto]] region from the [[Kanto]] region. It is known as ''The Link Between Kanto and Johto.'' Located in southwest Kanto, it is the final test of {{pkmn|Trainer}}s who have acquired all eight Johto Badges and wish to put their skills to the test against the [[Elite Four]], on [[Indigo Plateau]] to the north. The player will need the moves {{m|Surf}} and {{m|Waterfall}} to get through it. Because Trainers must get all eight Badges to be granted access to the Pokémon League, the falls effectively hinder any progress on {{rt|27|Kanto}} until after the Trainer has {{HM|07|Waterfall}} and has obtained the {{Badge|Rising}} from [[Clair]] at [[Blackthorn Gym]].
 
==Items=='''Tohjo Falls''' (Japanese: '''トージョウのたき''' ''Tōjō Waterfalls'') are two waterfalls separating the [[Johto]] and [[Kanto]] [[region]]s. It is known as ''The Link Between Kanto and Johto''. Located in southwest Kanto, it is the final test for {{pkmn|Trainer}}s who have acquired all eight {{Badge|Johto League}}s and wish to put their skills to the test against the [[Elite Four]], on [[Indigo Plateau]] to the north. The {{player}} will need his/her {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} to use the [[move]]s {{m|Surf}} and {{m|Waterfall}} to get through it. Because Trainers must obtain all the eight Johto League Badges to be granted access to the [[Pokémon League]], the falls effectively hinder any progress on {{rt|27|Kanto}} until after the Trainer has {{HM|07|Waterfall}} and has obtained the {{Badge|Rising}} from [[Clair]] at [[Blackthorn Gym]].
 
In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, there is a [[cave]] hidden beneath the {{m|Waterfall|waterfall}} where the {{player}} {{pkmn|battle}}s [[Giovanni]] through a [[Nintendo]] {{pkmn2|event}}. If the player simply enters the cave during regular gameplay, s/he will find an empty cave with a broken radio. Outside the event, this cave is otherwise useful for collecting [[item]]s found via {{m|Rock Smash}} without any concern of a {{pkmn2|wild}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} encounter.
 
The {{pkmn|battle}} music has suffered changes between the original games and their remakes. In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, after beating the [[Elite Four]] for the first time and boarding the [[S.S. Aqua]], the pkmn|battle music in Tohjo Falls (as well as {{ka|Victory Road}}, {{rt|26|Kanto|Routes 26}} and {{rtn|27|Kanto}}) changes from the [[Johto]] version to the [[Kanto]] version. This change was not present in the original {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} nor in {{game|Crystal}}. It also applies to {{rt|28|Kanto}} but it is not affected by the {{player}}'s prior yet required achievements.
 
==In the games==
[[File:Tohjo Falls GSC.png|thumb|right|The Tohjo Falls overhead map from {{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}.]]
===Sign===
The sign outside the western entrance reads:
;Gold, Silver, and Crystal
{{sign|RBY|header}}
{{sign|RBY|title|TOHJO FALLS}}
{{sign|RBY|The Link Between}}
{{sign|RBY|KANTO and JOHTO}}
{{sign|RBY|footer}}
 
;HeartGold and SoulSilver
{{sign|DP|header}}
{{sign|DP|title|Tohjo Falls}}
{{sign|DP|The Link between}}
{{sign|DP|Kanto and Johto}}
{{sign|DP|footer}}
 
===Items===
{{Itlisth|cave}}
{{Itemlist|Moon Stone|On the western end of the ledge behind the {{m|Waterfall|waterfalls}}|G=yes|S=yes|C=yes|HG=yes|SS=yes|display={{evostone|Moon Stone}}}}
{{Itlistfoot|cave}}
 
====Rock Smash====
{{Itlisth|cave}}
{{Itemlist|Red Shard|Randomly found by {{m|Rock Smash|smashing rocks}}|HG=yes|SS=yes|display={{DL|Shard|Red Shard}}}}
{{Itlistfoot|cave}}
 
===Pokémon===
===Generation=Gold, IISilver, and Crystal====
{{catch/header|cave|4}}
{{catch/entry2|020|Raticate|yes|yes|yes|Cave|22|all=30%|type1=Normal}}
{{catch/footer|cave}}
 
===Generation=HeartGold IVand SoulSilver====
{{catch/header|cave|4}}
{{catch/entryhs|020|Raticate|yes|yes|Cave|22|all=30%|type1=Normal}}
{{catch/footer|cave}}
 
===Trainers===
====[[Giovanni]]====
Giovanni hides out in Tohjo Falls, at least part of the time, during the three-year interim between {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} and {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, and hears [[Team Rocket]]'s cries to him from the [[Goldenrod Radio Tower|Radio Tower]] when they take over. He can be battled{{pkmn|battle}}d through a special [[Nintendo]] {{pkmn2|event}}, in which a {{p|Celebi}} takes the {{player}} back in time. The battle takes place at the same time that Team Rocket re-disbands again at the Goldenrod Radio Tower.
 
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==Eyecatch=Eyecatches===
The eyecatches are only present in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} and do not show the walkway that was added underneath the waterfalls.
 
<gallery>
File:HGSS Tohjo Falls-Morning.png|[[Time|Morning]] ({{p|Magikarp}})
File:HGSS Tohjo Falls-Day.png|[[Time|Day/]] & Evening ({{p|Goldeen}})
File:HGSS Tohjo Falls-Night.png|[[Time|Night]] ({{p|Slowpoke}})
</gallery>
 
==Layout==
{{Incomplete|section|Generation IV overhead map needed}}<br>
{{Mapgen
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|colordark={{locationcolor/dark|cave}}
|colorlight={{locationcolor/light|cave}}
|genII=Tohjo Falls GSC.png
|sizeII=180px
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|sizeIV=180px-->}}
 
==In the anime==
Although it is never visited directly, the [[Battle Frontier (Generation III)#Facilities{{ho|Battle Tower]]}} is referred to as being close to Tohjo Falls.
 
==In the manga==
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
In ''[[PS150|Chinchou in Charge]]'', [[Misty#In the Pokémon Adventures manga|Misty]], [[Brock#In the Pokémon Adventures manga|Brock]] and [[Erika#In the Pokémon Adventures manga|Erika]] passed through the falls on their way to [[Johto]]. While crossing a rope bridge, Misty fell into a {{m|Waterfall|waterfall}} and saved a {{p|Krabby}} that was in trouble. After this, in ''[[PS151|Lovely Lanturn]]'', {{p|Suicune}} came and challenged her. Suicune decided to go with her, and she, Brock and Erika continued their journey.
 
==TriviaOrigin==
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* In [[Generation IV]], after beating the [[Elite Four]] for the first time and boarding the [[S.S. Aqua]], the battle music in Tohjo Falls (as well as {{ka|Victory Road}}, {{rt|27|Kanto}} and {{rt|26|Kanto}}) changes from the [[Johto]] to the [[Kanto]] style. This change was not present in [[Generation II]]. The battle music in {{rt|28|Kanto}} has also switched in Generation IV.
* In [[Generation IV]], there is a cave hidden beneath the waterfall where the player battles [[Giovanni]] through a Nintendo event. If the player simply enters the cave (not through the event) they will find an empty cave with a broken radio.
** The only useful function that has been discovered with this cave is that it allows players to collect items found via {{m|Rock Smash}} without any concern of a wild Pokémon encounter.
* Tohjo Falls seems to be similar to {{wp|Niagara Falls}} with both having two waterfalls and serving as a well-known boundary between two places.
 
===Name origin===
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