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Titles and Airdates
  • United States 2020-06-12 The Sinnoh Iceberg Race!
  • Japan 2020-01-12 負けるなポッチャマ!シンオウ地方の流氷レース!!
  • Japan 2020-01-12 Makeru na Pochama! Sinnoh-chihō no ryūhyō race!!
  • Japan 2020-01-12 Don't Give In, Pochama! An Ice Floe Race in the Sinnoh Region!!
  • Germany 2020-08-23 Das Sinnoh Eisberg-Rennen!
  • France 2020-08-30 La Course de l’Iceberg de Sinnoh !
  • Italy La maratona tra gli iceberg di Sinnoh!
  • Mexico ¡La Carrera Iceberg de Sinnoh!
  • Netherlands 2020-10-04 De IJsberg-Race in Sinnoh!
  • Brazil A Corrida Do Iceberg!
  • South Korea 2020-04-29 팽도리, 지면 안돼! 신오지방의 유빙 레이스!!
  • Russia Гонка меж айсбергов!
  • Canada 2020-06-12 The Sinnoh Iceberg Race!
Staff List

OP/ED List

1・2・3
1・2・3
ポケモンしりとり
Pokémon Shiritori
Voice Actors List

Japanese Voice Actors:

Japan 松本梨香 (Rica Matsumoto) Satoshi
Japan 山下大輝 (Daiki Yamashita) Go
Japan 大谷育江 (Ikue Ohtani) Pikachu
Japan 花澤香菜 (Kana Hanazawa) Koharu
Japan 中村悠一 (Yūichi Nakamura) Professor Sakuragi
Japan 林原めぐみ (Megumi Hayashibara) Musashi
Japan 三木眞一郎 (Shin-ichiro Miki) Kojiro
Japan 犬山イヌコ (Inuko Inuyama) Nyarth
Japan 上田祐司 (Yūji Ueda) Sonansu
Japan 小桜エツコ (Etsuko Kozakura) Misaki's Pochama
Japan 小西克幸 (Katsuyuki Konishi) Misaki's Gureggru
Japan 清水理沙 (Risa Shimizu) Keikouo
Japan 真堂圭 (Kei Shindō) Go's Tamanta
Japan 千本木彩花 (Sayaka Senbongi) Kikuna
Japan 観世智顕 (Noriaki Kanze) Renji
Japan 間宮康弘 (Yasuhiro Mamiya) Masaya
Japan 岩崎諒太 (Ryota Iwasaki) Attendant
Japan 飯豊まりえ (Marie Iitoyo) Misaki
Japan アイコルツマリナ (Marina Aicholtz) Go's Smartphone Rotom
Japan 堀内賢雄 (Kenyu Horiuchi) Narration

English Voice Actors:

United States Sarah Natochenny Ash Ketchum
United States Sarah Natochenny Chinchou
United States Zeno Robinson Goh
United States James Carter Cathcart James
United States James Carter Cathcart Meowth
United States James Carter Cathcart Dewgong
United States Michele Knotz Jessie
United States Michele Knotz Ash's Mr. Mime (Mimey)
United States Michele Knotz Lauren's Piplup
United States Michele Knotz Psyduck
United States Michele Knotz Finneon
United States Cherami Leigh Chloe
United States Rodger Parsons Narrator
United States Ray Chase Professor Cerise
United States Casey Mongillo Goh's Scorbunny
United States Casey Mongillo Chrysa
United States Tara Jayne Sands Professor Cerise's Yamper
United States Jason Griffith Announcer
United States Xanthe Huynh Lauren
United States Billy Kametz Ren
United States Billy Kametz Ash's Rotom Phone
United States Meredith Zeitlin Horsea
United States Aaron Phillips Machamp
United States Bill Rogers Lauren's Croagunk
United States Bill Rogers Scott's Empoleon
United States Erica Schroeder Wobbuffet
United States Erica Schroeder Goh's Rotom Phone
United States Marc Thompson Goh's Tentacool
United States Laurie Hymes Team Rocket's Pelipper
United States Billy Kametz PA Guy
United States Ryan Nicolls Bibarel
United States Aaron Phillips Scott
United States Marc Thompson Beartic

Dub Voice Actors:

Summary

Japanese Summary:

クチバシティの港で、ゲッソリとやせたポケモン“ポッチャマ”に出会ったゴウとサトシ。研究所に連れて帰ってご飯をあげていると、ポッチャマのトレーナー“ミサキ”から連絡が入る。なんと、ポッチャマは遠く離れたシンオウ地方から泳いできたらしい!?ポッチャマをミサキの元へ送り届けるため、サトシとゴウはシンオウ地方へ!そこでは、ポケモンが出場する「流氷レース」が開催されていて…

Japanese Summary Translation:

Satoshi and Go have met the haggard Pokémon "Pochama" and head to the Sinnoh region in order to take it back to its Trainer! There, they're currently holding an ice floe race for Pokémon...

Satoshi and Go have met the disheartened and worn-out Pokémon "Pochama" in Kuchiba's port. They take it back to the laboratory and feed it, at which point they're contacted by its Trainer Misaki. It actually turns out that Pochama has swam here all the way from the faraway Sinnoh region?! Satoshi and Go head to the Sinnoh region in order to escort Pochama back to Misaki's! There, they're currently holding an "ice floe race" for Pokémon...

Characters

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  • United States Ash Ketchum
  • Japan サトシ
  • Japan Satoshi
  • Japan Satoshi
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  • United States Pikachu
  • Japan ピカチュウ
  • Japan Pikachu
  • Japan Pikachu
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  • United States Ash's Mr. Mime (Mimey)
  • Japan サトシのバリヤード (バリちゃん)
  • Japan Satoshi no Barrierd (Barri-chan)
  • Japan Satoshi's Barrierd
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  • United States Meowth
  • Japan ニャース
  • Japan Nyarth
  • Japan Nyarth
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  • United States Jessie
  • Japan ムサシ
  • Japan Musashi
  • Japan Musashi
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  • United States James
  • Japan コジロウ
  • Japan Kojirō
  • Japan Kojiro
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  • United States Wobbuffet
  • Japan ソーナンス
  • Japan Sonansu
  • Japan Sonansu
Goh
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  • United States Goh
  • Japan ゴウ
  • Japan
  • Japan Go
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  • United States Chloe
  • Japan コハル
  • Japan Koharu
  • Japan Koharu
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  • United States Professor Cerise
  • Japan サクラギ博士
  • Japan Sakuragi-hakase
  • Japan Professor Sakuragi
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  • United States Professor Cerise's Yamper
  • Japan サクラギ博士のワンパチ
  • Japan Sakuragi-hakase no Wanpachi
  • Japan Professor Sakuragi's Wanpachi
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  • United States Chrysa
  • Japan キクナ
  • Japan Kikuna
  • Japan Kikuna
Ren
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  • United States Ren
  • Japan レンジ
  • Japan Renji
  • Japan Renji
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  • United States Goh's Scorbunny
  • Japan ゴウのヒバニー
  • Japan Go no Hibanny
  • Japan Go's Hibanny
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  • United States Goh's Scyther
  • Japan ゴウのストライク
  • Japan Go no Strike
  • Japan Go's Strike
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  • United States Goh's Metapod
  • Japan ゴウのトランセル
  • Japan Go no Transel
  • Japan Go's Transel
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  • United States Lauren
  • Japan ミサキ
  • Japan Misaki
  • Japan Misaki
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  • United States Lauren's Piplup
  • Japan ミサキのポッチャマ
  • Japan Misaki no Pochama
  • Japan Misaki's Pochama
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  • United States Lauren's Croagunk
  • Japan ミサキのグレッグル
  • Japan Misaki no Gureggru
  • Japan Misaki's Gureggru
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  • United States Goh's Tentacool
  • Japan ゴウのメノクラゲ
  • Japan Go no Menokurage
  • Japan Go's Menokurage
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  • United States Goh's Mantyke
  • Japan ゴウのタマンタ
  • Japan Go no Tamanta
  • Japan Go's Tamanta
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  • United States Scott
  • Japan マサヤ
  • Japan Masaya
  • Japan Masaya
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  • United States Scott's Empoleon
  • Japan マサヤのエンペルト
  • Japan Masaya no Emperte
  • Japan Masaya's Emperte
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  • United States Team Rocket's Pelipper
  • Japan ロケット団のペリッパー
  • Japan Rocket-dan no Pelipper
  • Japan Rocket Gang's Pelipper

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Ivysaur
  • Japan フシギソウ
  • Japan Fushigisou
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  • United States Sandshrew
  • Japan サンド
  • Japan Sand
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  • United States Psyduck
  • Japan コダック
  • Japan Koduck
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  • United States Machamp
  • Japan カイリキー
  • Japan Kairiky
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  • United States Tentacool
  • Japan メノクラゲ
  • Japan Menokurage
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  • United States Magnemite
  • Japan コイル
  • Japan Coil
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  • United States Dewgong
  • Japan ジュゴン
  • Japan Jugon
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  • United States Horsea
  • Japan タッツー
  • Japan Tattu
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  • United States Eevee
  • Japan イーブイ
  • Japan Eievui
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  • United States Snorlax
  • Japan カビゴン
  • Japan Kabigon
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  • United States Chinchou
  • Japan チョンチー
  • Japan Chonchie
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  • United States Marill
  • Japan マリル
  • Japan Maril
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  • United States Sneasel
  • Japan ニューラ
  • Japan Nyula
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  • United States Octillery
  • Japan オクタン
  • Japan Okutank
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  • United States Bibarel
  • Japan ビーダル
  • Japan Beadull
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  • United States Chingling
  • Japan リーシャン
  • Japan Lisyan
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  • United States Finneon
  • Japan ケイコウオ
  • Japan Keikouo
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  • United States Rotom
  • Japan ロトム
  • Japan Rotom
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  • United States Lillipup
  • Japan ヨーテリー
  • Japan Yorterrie
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  • United States Beartic
  • Japan ツンベアー
  • Japan Tunbear
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  • United States Bunnelby
  • Japan ホルビー
  • Japan Horubee
00:00

Note

A promotional illustration was drawn by Hitoshi Ariga and featured a Pochama and Gureggru battling it out in an Ice Floe Race in the Sinnoh Region!!
00:00

Note

On January 10th, 2020, the official Japanese Anime Pocket Monsters Twitter account posted a message from voice actor Marie Iitoyo who played Misaki in this episode.

Misaki will appear in "Don't Give In, Pochama! An Ice Floe Race in the Sinnoh Region!!" Misaki is a Pokémon Trainer with a strong love for Pokémon, so I naturally let her express her feelings.
The first episode was a bit difficult because I had to use my sobbing voice, but I had a lot of lines in this episode which was very fun and I was able to act freely!
The highlight of episode is the relationship between Misaki and her partners, Pochama and Gureggru! I hope you'll pay attention to that and also you'll see a lot of Pokémon from Advance Generation which I used to watch!
Please look forward to it ^...^.
And...don't miss the last Pokémon Misaki meets!
Marie Iitoyo as Misaki

「負けるなポツチャマ! シンオウ地方の流氷レース!!」では、「ミサキ」という役で 登場します。
ミサキちゃんもポケモン愛が強いポケモン卜レ一ナ一なのでナチュラルに感情
を入れさせていただきました。
第1話は嗚声だけの表現だったので難しかったのですが、今ロはセリフも
多かったのでとても楽しく、自由に演じることができました!
今ロの見所は天然なミサキちゃんとその相棒のポッチャマとグレッグルの
関係性! ぜひ注目していただきたいですし、わたしが当臆見ていたアドバンス
ジェネレーションからでているポケモンもたくさんでてきます!
ぜひお楽しみにしていてください^…^
そして…ミサキちゃんが最後に出会うポケモンもお見逃しなく!
ミサキ役 飯豊まりえ

00:00

YouTube

From December 24th, 2021 until January 7th, 2022, carefully selected episodes of the Pocket Monsters anime that had aired, featuring unusual battles to enjoy, were available on the official Pokémon YouTube channel.

There are a lot of unique battles, such as a swimming speed race, a raid battle with a Legendary Pokémon, and a battle to determine the king of Pokémon Big Eaters, so be sure to check them out!

Episodes Available:
7 - The Houen Region, Site of Fierce Fights! The Battle Frontier Challenge!!
8 - Don't Give In, Pochama! An Ice Floe Race in the Sinnoh Region!!
14 - The First Visit to the Isshu Region! Raid Battle at the Ruins!!
26 - Splash, Koiking! / Crown Yourself, Yadoking!
40 - VS Thunder! Legendary Raid Battle!!
47 - Pokémon Champion! The Battle of Big Eaters!!
76 - Fully Powered! The Alola Desert Island Race!!
82 - Mawhip's Super Sweet Battle?!

Source: https://www.pokemon.co.jp/info/2021/12/211224_a01.html
13:21

Anime Language

The red banner reads from left to right. Anime Language transcriptions:

Anime Language Decrypted
START GOAL START GOAL

00:00

Special First-Airing Segment Pocket Monsters Pikachu Run

Data Broadcast Pokémon: Pochama
00:01

Special First-Airing Segment Movie Preview

The announcer informed the audience before the show started that Movie 23 Pocket Monsters the Movie: Coco has been revealed and that more information was available on the official website and that a trailer would be broadcast after the episode.
08:28

Who's that Pokémon Pokémon Journeys

09:18

Who's that Pokémon Pocket Monsters 2019

23:45

Special First-Airing Segment Movie Preview

The first teaser trailer for Movie 23 Pocket Monsters the Movie: Coco was broadcast.

Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:00 またらいしゅう!
Japanese (Romanized): Mata rai shū
Japanese (Trans): See You Next Time!
Recap
Japan 00:55 はやっ!!
Japanese (Romanized): Haya!!
Japanese (Trans): Fast!!
Gou catches a Menokurage and a Pochama comes flying out of the water.
Japan 01:50 1・2・3 Opening Theme for the Japanese Version
Japan 03:18 サブタイトル
Japanese (Romanized): Subtitle
Japanese (Trans): Subtitle
Title Card
Japan 04:49 ちっちゃ!
Japanese (Romanized): Chitcha!
Japanese (Trans): Tiny!
Sakuragi tasks Satoshi and Gou with bringing Pochama back to Misaki.
Japan 05:47 いっぽずつまえに
Japanese (Romanized): Ippo zutsu mae ni
Japanese (Trans): Give it everything I've got...!
The boat arrives in Kissaki City, and the duo find a poster about an upcoming Pokémon Race.
Japan 06:55 ちからをあわせて
Japanese (Romanized): Chikara o awasete
Japanese (Trans): Put Our Strength Together
While looking for Misaki, Gou manages to catch a Tamanta.
Japan 08:35 でっか!!
Japanese (Romanized): Dekka! !
Japanese (Trans): Big!!
Gureggru appears and Pochama seems to be frustrated with it.
Japan 09:14 アイキャッチA
Japanese (Romanized): Eyecatch A
Japanese (Trans): Eyecatch A
Eyecatch Break
Japan 09:20 アイキャッチB
Japanese (Romanized): Eyecatch B
Japanese (Trans): Eyecatch B
Eyecatch Return
Japan 09:51 ぽかーん
Japanese (Romanized): Pokān
Japanese (Trans): Gasp
Misaki explains how she met Pochama.
Japan 10:38 ぽかーん
Japanese (Romanized): Pokān
Japanese (Trans): Gasp
Misaki explains how she met Gureggru.
Japan 11:11 でっか!!
Japanese (Romanized): Dekka! !
Japanese (Trans): Big!!
In a flashback, Pochama and Gureggru are shown to be constantly competing with one another.
Japan 12:33 ポケモンバトルだ!
Japanese (Romanized): Pokémon Battle da!
Japanese (Trans): It's a Pokémon Battle!
Pochama challenges Gureggru to try and beat it in the Ice Drift Race, and Satoshi and Gou decide to enter their Pokémon as well.
Japan 14:11 「戦闘!トレーナー」~Tv Anime Ver.
Japanese (Romanized): 'Sentō! Trainer' ~Tv Anime Ver.
Japanese (Trans): 'Battle! Trainer' ~Tv Anime Ver.
The Ice Drift Race begins.
Japan 15:56 ロケットだん
Japanese (Romanized): Rocket-dan
Japanese (Trans): Rocket Gang
Rocket Gang's motto
Japan 16:41 ラブリーチャーミーなかたきやく
Japanese (Romanized): Lovely, charmy nakataki yaku
Japanese (Trans): Lovely, charmy villains
The Rocket Gang captures the Ice Drift Race participants.
Japan 18:35 ハラハラドキドキ
Japanese (Romanized): Hara hara doki doki
Japanese (Trans): So Nerve-wracking
Kojiro orders Tunbear to attack the spectators' ship.
Japan 19:12 「~オープニング~」~Tv Anime Ver.
Japanese (Romanized): '~Opening~' ~Tv Anime Ver.
Japanese (Trans): '~Opening~' ~Tv Anime Ver.
Pochama and Gureggru team up in order to save Misaki.
Japan 20:36 のんびりいこう
Japanese (Romanized): Nonbiri ikou
Japanese (Trans): Let's Go In Stride
The duo wave goodbye to Kissaki City.
Japan 21:28 ぽかーん
Japanese (Romanized): Pokān
Japanese (Trans): Gasp
New competition arrives for Pochama and Gureggru.
Japan 21:44 ポケモンしりとり(ピカチュウ→ミュウVer.)
Japanese (Trans): Pokémon Shiritori (Pikachu → Mew Ver.)
Ending Theme for the Japanese Version
Japan 23:11 1・2・3じかいよこく
Japanese (Romanized): 1・2・3 Jikai yokoku
Japanese (Trans): 1・2・3 Next Episode Preview
Pocket Monsters (2019) Episode 9 Preview

Dub Music:

Time Track Notes
United States 15:11 ロケットだん
Japanese (Romanized): Rocket-dan
Japanese (Trans): Rocket Gang
Team Rocket motto
United States 18:27 「~オープニング~」~Tv Anime Ver.
Japanese (Romanized): '~Opening~' ~Tv Anime Ver.
Japanese (Trans): '~Opening~' ~Tv Anime Ver.
Piplup and Croagunk team up in order to save Masaya.

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 23
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 2
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Satoshi and Go have met the haggard Pokémon "Pochama" and head to the Sinnoh region in order to take it back to its Trainer! There, they're currently holding an ice floe race for Pokémon...

Summary:
Satoshi and Go have met the disheartened and worn-out Pokémon "Pochama" in Kuchiba's port. They take it back to the laboratory and feed it, at which point they're contacted by its Trainer Misaki. It actually turns out that Pochama has swam here all the way from the faraway Sinnoh region?! Satoshi and Go head to the Sinnoh region in order to escort Pochama back to Misaki's! There, they're currently holding an "ice floe race" for Pokémon...

Voice Cast:
Rica Matsumoto: Satoshi
Daiki Yamashita: Go
Ikue Ohtani: Pikachu
Kana Hanazawa: Koharu
Yuichi Nakamura: Professor Sakuragi
Megumi Hayashibara: Musashi
Shinichiro Miki: Kojiro
Inuko Inuyama: Nyarth
Yuji Ueda: Sonansu
Etsuko Kozakura: Pochama
Katsuyuki Konishi: Gureggru
Risa Shimizu: Keikouo
Kei Shindo: Tamanta
Sayaka Senbongi: Kikuna
Noriaki Kanze: Renji
Yasuhiro Mamiya: Masaya
Ryota Iwasaki: Attendant
Marie Iitoyo: Misaki
Marina Aicholtz: Go's Smartphone Rotom
Kenyu Horiuchi: Narration
Last edited 04 Jan 2020 03:21 PM by Adamant