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In the games
Generation III to VI
Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!
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.
Razz Berries are red Berries that have a very low chance of producing a Pokéblock+.
|Flavor 1||Flavor 2||Flavor 3|
Razz Berries are red Berries in Group 1.
Razz Berries are red Berries.
In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, the player can exchange:
- 10 Razz Berries for a Red Flower
- 30 Razz Berries for Confetti
In Pokémon Platinum, the player can exchange:
- 10 Razz Berries for Gorgeous Specs
Pokémon Dream World
|Plain Catalogue||Elegant Sofa|| 45 Razz Berries|
45 Bluk Berries
|Plain Catalogue||Chic Cushion||20 Razz Berries|
|Plain Catalogue||Manor House|| 250 Razz Berries|
250 Bluk Berries
250 Nanab Berries
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Teddiursa Doll||50 Razz Berries|
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Bidoof Doll||50 Razz Berries|
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Budew Doll||50 Razz Berries|
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Pachirisu Doll||50 Razz Berries|
|RSE||POKéblock ingredient. Plant in loamy soil to grow Razz.|
|FRLG||Can be ground up into powder as an ingredient for medicine.|
|Colo.XD||An item brought over from a faraway place.|
|DPPt||A Poffin ingredient. Bury it in soft soil to grow a Razz Plant.|
|HGSS||In the Sinnoh region, they like to make sweets known as Poffins with this Berry and feed them to their Pokémon.|
|BWB2W2||A Berry which is very rare in the Unova region. A maniac will buy it for a high price.|
|XY||A Berry to be used in cooking. This Berry is very rare and hard to obtain in the Unova region.|
|Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance your Coolness. Its red flesh is spicy when eaten.|
|PE||A Berry that makes it slightly easier to catch Pokémon when given to them.|
|Games||Finite methods||Repeatable methods|
|RSE||Routes 111 and 120||Berry farming|
Route 111 (daily), Route 114 (one of several possible gifts, daily)
|FRLG||Route 4, Memorial Pillar||Berry Forest (regenerates)|
|DPPt||Routes 206, 208, 209, and 210||Berry farming|
Route 208 (one of several possible gifts, daily), Pal Park (one of several possible prizes for 3300-3499 points)
Fuchsia City (exchange Red Shard)
|PW||Hoenn Field (0+ steps)|
|B2W2||Join Avenue Flower Shop (600 for 4)|
|ORAS||Routes 112 and 120||Berry farming|
Route 111 (daily), Route 114 (one of several possible gifts, daily), Sootopolis City (one of several possible gifts, daily)
Contest Hall (from a fan after a Super Rank Pokémon Contest Spectacular
|PE||Catch a Pokémon|
In spin-off games
The Razz Berry can be used in wild encounters to make wild Pokémon easier to catch. It increases the Pokémon's catch rate by ×1.5. (Wild Pokémon can only be under the effect of one Berry at a time; the effect of a Berry fed to a wild Pokémon only lasts until it breaks out of a Poké Ball.)
Razz Berries can be fed to defenders in Gyms of the player's team to restore their motivation slightly.
The Razz Berry has been present in Pokémon GO since launch.
Level 8 and higher players can obtain Razz Berries by searching PokéStops.
From level 8 onward, Razz Berries are frequently available as rewards for increasing the player's Trainer level (prior to Feb. 16, 2017, they were available as level-up rewards for every level after being unlocked).
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
|Japanese||ズリのみ Zuri no Mi||ラズベリー raspberry|
|English||Razz Berry||From raspberry|
|French||Baie Framby||From framboise, raspberry|
|German||Himmihbeere||From Himbeere, raspberry|
|Italian||Baccalampon||From lampone, raspberry|
|Spanish||Baya Frambu||From frambuesa, raspberry|
|Korean||라즈열매 Ras Yeolmae||From 라즈베리 raspberry|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||蔓莓果 Mànméi Guǒ*||From 蔓越莓 mànyuèméi, cranberry|
|紅蔓莓 Hóngmànméi*||From 紅 hóng (red) and 蔓越莓 mànyuèméi (cranberry)|
|兹利果 Zīlì Guǒ*||Transliteration of Japanese name|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||蔓莓果 Màahnmùih Gwó||From 蔓越莓 màahnyuhtmùih, cranberry|
|Vietnamese||Quả Razz||From its English name|
|This Pokémon article is part of Project BerryDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each Berry in the Pokémon series.|