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Japanese Summary:

3年前、家族旅行でジョウト地方のヒワダタウンにやってきたゴウは、幻のポケモン・セレビィを探す少年、トキオと出会った。浮かない顔のゴウの想いとは?

3年前、家族旅行でジョウト地方のヒワダタウンにやってきたゴウは、幻のポケモン・セレビィを探す少年、トキオと出会った。意気投合した2人は、一緒にセレビィを探すことにするが、そう簡単には見つからず、「明日も一緒に探そう」と約束をして別れる。だが、次の日トキオは待ち合わせの場所に現れなかった…。そして現在、再びヒワダタウンを訪れたゴウが出会ったのは…!?

Japanese Summary Translation:

Three years ago on a family trip to Hiwada Town in the Jouto region, Go met a young boy named Tokio who was searching for the Mythical Pokémon Celebi. But why does Go look so gloomy when he remembers this?

Three years ago, Go met a young boy named Tokio on a family trip to Hiwada Town in the Jouto region. Tokio was searching for the Mythical Pokémon Celebi, and the two kindred spirits decided to search for it together, but Celebi turned out to not be all that easy to find. The two of them parted ways, promising to meet up again the next day to continue their search, but Tokio never showed up at the spot they had promised to meet that day. Flash forward to present day, when Go once again visits Hiwada Town and ends up encountering...

Characters

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 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 Raboot
  • Japan ゴウのラビフット
  • Japan Go no Rabifuto
  • Japan Go's Rabbifoot
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  • United States Camille
  • Japan クルネ
  • Japan Kurune
  • Japan Kurune
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  • United States Walker
  • Japan イクオ
  • Japan Ikuo
  • Japan Ikuo
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  • United States Goh's Farfetch'd
  • Japan ゴウのカモネギ
  • Japan Go no Kamonegi
  • Japan Go's Kamonegi
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  • United States Goh's Sobble
  • Japan ゴウのメッソン
  • Japan Go no Messon
  • Japan Go's Messon
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  • United States Goh's Ariados
  • Japan ゴウのアリアドス
  • Japan Go no Ariados
  • Japan Go's Ariados
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  • United States Goh's Pineco
  • Japan ゴウのクヌギダマ
  • Japan Go no Kunugidama
  • Japan Go's Kunugidama
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  • United States Horace
  • Japan トキオ
  • Japan Tokio
  • Japan Tokio
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  • United States Horace's Chikorita
  • Japan トキオのチコリータ
  • Japan Tokio no Chicorita
  • Japan Tokio's Chicorita
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  • United States Mr. Norris
  • Japan コテージの所有者
  • Japan Cottage no shoyū-sha
  • Japan Cottage Owner
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  • United States Mr. Norris's Sunflora
  • Japan コテージの所有者のキマワリ
  • Japan Cottage no shoyū-sha no Kimawari
  • Japan Cottage Owner's Kimawari

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Pidgey
  • Japan ポッポ
  • Japan Poppo
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  • United States Clefairy
  • Japan ピッピ
  • Japan Pippi
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  • United States Starmie
  • Japan スターミー
  • Japan Starmie
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  • United States Mew
  • Japan ミュウ
  • Japan Mew
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  • United States Sentret
  • Japan オタチ
  • Japan Otachi
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  • United States Hoothoot
  • Japan ホーホー
  • Japan Hoho
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  • United States Ledyba
  • Japan レディバ
  • Japan Ledyba
  • Japan Ledyba
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  • United States Spinarak
  • Japan イトマル
  • Japan Itomaru
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  • United States Ariados
  • Japan アリアドス
  • Japan Ariados
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  • United States Cleffa
  • Japan ピィ
  • Japan Py
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  • United States Natu
  • Japan ネイティ
  • Japan Naty
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  • United States Bellossom
  • Japan キレイハナ
  • Japan Kireihana
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  • United States Sudowoodo
  • Japan ウソッキー
  • Japan Usokkie
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  • United States Politoed
  • Japan ニョロトノ
  • Japan Nyorotono
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  • United States Jumpluff
  • Japan ワタッコ
  • Japan Watacco
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  • United States Aipom
  • Japan エイパム
  • Japan Eipam
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  • United States Yanma
  • Japan ヤンヤンマ
  • Japan Yanyanma
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  • United States Misdreavus
  • Japan ムウマ
  • Japan Muma
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  • United States Pineco
  • Japan クヌギダマ
  • Japan Kunugidama
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  • United States Dunsparce
  • Japan ノコッチ
  • Japan Nokocchi
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  • United States Teddiursa
  • Japan ヒメグマ
  • Japan Himeguma
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  • United States Larvitar
  • Japan ヨーギラス
  • Japan Yogiras
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  • United States Celebi
  • Japan セレビィ
  • Japan Celebi
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  • United States Rayquaza
  • Japan レックウザ
  • Japan Rayquaza
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  • United States Jirachi
  • Japan ジラーチ
  • Japan Jirachi
00:00

Note

The official Japanese Pocket Monsters anime Twitter account announced on July 29th, 2020 that the opening 1・2・3 would have new singers as of this episode which aired on August 9th, 2020. Takanori Nishikawa (西川貴教) and Shō Kiryūin (鬼龍院翔) teamed up for the first time to sing the song.
02:10

Note

The English dub title "Time After Time" is a reference to the 1983 song with the same title by American singer-songwriter Cyndi Lauper.
02:12

Scene Cut

The dubs removed the location label in Japanese that said: Johto Region Hiwada Town (ジョウト地方 ヒワダタウン).
00:01

Eyecatch A Netflix Original Series

In Netflix (US) and Pokémon TV (US), the first 48 episodes of Journeys has this card at the beginning.
11:20

Who's that Pokémon Pokémon Journeys

12:05

Who's that Pokémon Pocket Monsters 2019

Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:03 のんびりいこう
Japanese (Romanized): Nonbiri ikou
Japanese (Trans): Let's Go In Stride
Go and his parents travel to their vacation home.
Japan 01:20 1・2・3 Opening Theme for the Japanese Version
Japan 02:48 サブタイトル
Japanese (Romanized): Subtitle
Japanese (Trans): Subtitle
Title Card
Japan 02:57 たんきゅうしん
Japanese (Romanized): Tankyūshin
Japanese (Trans): Inquiring mind
The family arrive in Hiwada Town in the Johto Region for their vacation.
Japan 04:50 ちっちゃ!
Japanese (Romanized): Chitcha!
Japanese (Trans): Tiny!
Go recalls exploring Ubame Forest three years prior, where he went looking for Mew.
Japan 05:53 イタズラ
Japanese (Romanized): Itazura
Japanese (Trans): Mischief
Go chases what he believes to be Mew through the forest and encounters Tokio.
Japan 08:06 いっぽずつまえに
Japanese (Romanized): Ippo zutsu mae ni
Japanese (Trans): Give it everything I've got...!
Tokio explains Celebi and its role as God of the Forest.
Japan 09:21 あらたなるはじまり
Japanese (Romanized): Aratanaru hajimari
Japanese (Trans): A New Beginning
Go and Tokio go looking for Celebi together.
Japan 11:12 はやっ!!
Japanese (Romanized): Haya!!
Japanese (Trans): Fast!!
The boys try and fight their way through the tall grass, but fail.
Japan 12:04 アイキャッチA
Japanese (Romanized): Eyecatch A
Japanese (Trans): Eyecatch A
Eyecatch Break
Japan 12:10 アイキャッチB
Japanese (Romanized): Eyecatch B
Japanese (Trans): Eyecatch B
Eyecatch Return
Japan 12:39 またらいしゅう!
Japanese (Romanized): Mata rai shū
Japanese (Trans): See You Next Time!
Go apologizes to Tokio for making feel like he left him, and the boys make their way through the grass with the help of Kimawari.
Japan 14:25 ひはまたのぼる
Japanese (Romanized): Hi wa mata noboru
Japanese (Trans): The Sun Rises Again
The boys star gaze and talk through all the rumors they've heard about Pokémon from space.
Japan 16:54 しんみりセンチメンタルタイム
Japanese (Romanized): Shinmiri Sentimental Time
Japanese (Trans): Solemn Sentimental Time
Go recalls how furious he was at Tokio for leaving him, and his present self catches the Pokémon he met back then in the Forest.
Japan 19:33 やりとげた!
Japanese (Romanized): Yaritogeta!
Japanese (Trans): We Solved It!
Go finds Tokio's letter, where he explains why he couldn't meet him the day after their search.
Japan 21:44 ポケモンしりとり(ミュウ→ザマゼンタVer.)
Japanese (Trans): Pokémon Shiritori (Mew → Zamazenta 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 33 Preview

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 17
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 0
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Three years ago on a family trip to Hiwada Town in the Jouto region, Go met a young boy named Tokio who was searching for the Mythical Pokémon Celebi. But why does Go look so gloomy when he remembers this?

Summary:
Three years ago, Go met a young boy named Tokio on a family trip to Hiwada Town in the Jouto region. Tokio was searching for the Mythical Pokémon Celebi, and the two kindred spirits decided to search for it together, but Celebi turned out to not be all that easy to find. The two of them parted ways, promising to meet up again the next day to continue their search, but Tokio never showed up at the spot they had promised to meet that day. Flash forward to present day, when Go once again visits Hiwada Town and ends up encountering...

Voice Cast:
Daiki Yamashita: Go
Megumi Hayashibara: Rabbifoot
Shinichiro Miki: Strike
Yuji Ueda: Kamonegi
Risa Shimizu: Muma
Sayaka Senbongi: Messon
Kei Shindo: Kireihana
Noriaki Kanze: Ariados
Michiko Neya: Kurune
Takayuki Masuda: Ikuo
Ayahi Takagaki: Tokio
Marina Aicholtz: Go's Smartphone Rotom
Kenyu Horiuchi: Narration