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Japan Screenplay 宮田由佳 (Yuka Miyata)
Japan Episode Director 門田英彦 (Hidehiko Kadota)
Japan Storyboard 尼野浩正 (Hiromasa Amano)
Japan Animation Director 谷澤泰史 (Yasushi Tanizawa)
Japan Animation Director 日置正志 (yong sang Kwon)
Japan Animation Director (take yong gimu)

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1・2・3
1・2・3
ポケモンしりとり
Pokémon Shiritori
Summary

Japanese Summary:

「ポケモン交換イベント」にやってきたサトシとゴウ。そこでカイロスを欲しがるトレーナー、コロミと出会う。カイロスを手放せないゴウは野生のカイロス探しを手伝うが!?

クチバシティのポケモンセンターで開催中の「ポケモン交換イベント」にやってきたサトシとゴウ。そこでカイロスを欲しがるトレーナー、自称シンオウのむしポケクイーンこと、コロミと出会う。自分のカイロスを手放せないゴウは、交換する代わりに野生のカイロス探しを手伝うことにする。コロミは特製のあまいミツでカイロスをおびき寄せる作戦に出るが、おびき寄せられたのはカイロスではなく、アイツらで!?

Japanese Summary Translation:

Satoshi and Go are attending a "Pokémon Trade Event", where they meet Koromi, a Trainer who really wants a Kailios. Go doesn't want to give Kailios up, so he helps her search for a wild one, but?!

Satoshi and Go are visiting a "Pokémon Trade Event" being held at the Pokémon Center in Kuchiba City, where a they meet a Trainer named Koromi, who introduces herself as the Bug Pokéqueen of Sinnoh. Koromi really wants a Kailios, but since Go doesn't want to give his own Kailios up, he decides to help her search for a wild one instead. Koromi attempts to lure out a Kailios using a specially made type of Sweet Honey, but rather than a Kailios appearing, it's a certain group of...?!

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 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 Nurse Joy
  • Japan ジョーイ
  • Japan Joy
  • Japan Joy
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  • United States Nurse Joy's Chansey
  • Japan ジョーイのラッキー
  • Japan Joy no Lucky
  • Japan Joy's Lucky
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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 Professor Cerise
  • Japan サクラギ博士
  • Japan Sakuragi-hakase
  • Japan Professor Sakuragi
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  • United States Goh's Pinsir
  • Japan ゴウのカイロス
  • Japan Go no Kailios
  • Japan Go's Kailios
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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 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
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  • United States Drone Rotom
  • Japan ドローンロトム
  • Japan Drone Rotom
  • Japan Drone Rotom
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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 James's Morpeko
  • Japan コジロウのモルペコ
  • Japan Kojirō no Morpeko
  • Japan Kojirō's Morpeko
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  • United States Kricketina Kylie
  • Japan コロミ
  • Japan Koromi
  • Japan Koromi
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  • United States Goh's Heracross
  • Japan ゴウのヘラクロス
  • Japan Go no Heracros
  • Japan Go's Heracros
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  • United States Kricketina Kylie's Pinsir
  • Japan コロミのカイロス
  • Japan Koromi no Kailios
  • Japan Koromi's Kailios
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  • United States Kricketina Kylie's Heracross
  • Japan コロミのヘラクロス
  • Japan Koromi no Heracros
  • Japan Koromi's Heracros

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Caterpie
  • Japan キャタピー
  • Japan Caterpie
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  • United States Weedle
  • Japan ビードル
  • Japan Beedle
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  • United States Pidgey
  • Japan ポッポ
  • Japan Poppo
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  • United States Raticate
  • Japan ラッタ
  • Japan Ratta
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  • United States Spearow
  • Japan オニスズメ
  • Japan Onisuzume
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  • United States Ekans
  • Japan アーボ
  • Japan Arbo
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  • United States Nidoran♀
  • Japan ニドラン♀
  • Japan Nidoran♀
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  • United States Vulpix
  • Japan ロコン
  • Japan Rokon
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  • United States Jigglypuff
  • Japan プリン
  • Japan Purin
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  • United States Oddish
  • Japan ナゾノクサ
  • Japan Nazonokusa
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  • United States Gloom
  • Japan クサイハナ
  • Japan Kusaihana
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  • United States Paras
  • Japan パラス
  • Japan Paras
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  • United States Parasect
  • Japan パラセクト
  • Japan Parasect
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  • United States Venonat
  • Japan コンパン
  • Japan Kongpang
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  • United States Mankey
  • Japan マンキー
  • Japan Mankey
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  • United States Growlithe
  • Japan ガーディ
  • Japan Gardie
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  • United States Poliwag
  • Japan ニョロモ
  • Japan Nyoromo
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  • United States Machop
  • Japan ワンリキー
  • Japan Wanriky
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  • United States Bellsprout
  • Japan マダツボミ
  • Japan Madatsubomi
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  • United States Farfetch'd
  • Japan カモネギ
  • Japan Kamonegi
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  • United States Grimer
  • Japan ベトベター
  • Japan Betbeter
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  • United States Koffing
  • Japan ドガース
  • Japan Dogas
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  • United States Sentret
  • Japan オタチ
  • Japan Otachi
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  • United States Furret
  • Japan オオタチ
  • Japan Ootachi
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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 Natu
  • Japan ネイティ
  • Japan Naty
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  • United States Flaaffy
  • Japan モココ
  • Japan Mokoko
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  • United States Wooper
  • Japan ウパー
  • Japan Upah
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  • United States Murkrow
  • Japan ヤミカラス
  • Japan Yamikarasu
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  • United States Teddiursa
  • Japan ヒメグマ
  • Japan Himeguma
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  • United States Slugma
  • Japan マグマッグ
  • Japan Magmag
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  • United States Drapion
  • Japan ドラピオン
  • Japan Dorapion
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  • United States Rotom
  • Japan ロトム
  • Japan Rotom
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  • United States Scolipede
  • Japan ペンドラー
  • Japan Pendror
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  • United States Trubbish
  • Japan ヤブクロン
  • Japan Yabukuron
01:15

Note

The Gentleman and Lass trade a Spearow and Farfetch'd at the Pokémon Center during the Pokémon trading event in Vermilion City. The Pokémon names are Speary and Dux which is a references to Pokémon Red and Blue.

In those games, players can trade a Spearow for a Farfetch'd named Dux in Vermilion City and there is a Spearow named of Speary in an NPC's house in Viridian City.
07:04

Anime Language

While the other written stuff used during ranking battles doesn't seem to make any sense, the app they use indeed does! The 1st and 5th Anime Language's are used.

Anime Language Decrypted
POKEMON POKEMON
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
POKEMON TRAINER RANKING POKEMON TRAINER RANKING

16:30

Paint Edit

The dubs removed the Japanese text that said: Megapede Pokémon (メガムカデポケモン ) and Pendror (ペンドラー).
16:34

Paint Edit

The dubs removed the Japanese text that said: Ogre Scorpion Pokémon (ばけさそりポケモン) and Dorapion (ドラピオン).
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.
11:39

Who's that Pokémon Pokémon Journeys

12:24

Who's that Pokémon Pocket Monsters 2019

Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:00 あこがれをめざして
Japanese (Romanized): Akogare o mezashite
Japanese (Trans): Aiming for your dreams
Recap
Japan 00:48 きょうもげんきに!
Japanese (Romanized): Kyō mo genki ni!
Japanese (Trans): Let's Have a Good Day Today, Too!
Satoshi and Go arrive at the Pokémon Center to look for other trainers to trade with.
Japan 01:42 1・2・3 Opening Theme for the Japanese Version
Japan 03:10 サブタイトル
Japanese (Romanized): Subtitle
Japanese (Trans): Subtitle
Title Card
Japan 03:34 なんだこりゃ!
Japanese (Romanized): Nanda korya!
Japanese (Trans): What is this!
Go spots a girl who resembles a Korotock.
Japan 03:55 きみょうなせいたい
Japanese (Romanized): Kimyō na Seitai
Japanese (Trans): A Bizarre Way of Living
The girl rushes over and asks Go if he noticed her outfit.
Japan 04:56 いじっぱり
Japanese (Romanized): Ijippari
Japanese (Trans): Adamant
Satoshi and Koromi prepare for their World Championships battle.
Japan 05:47 「戦闘!野生ポケモン」~Tv Anime Ver.
Japanese (Romanized): 'Sentō! Yasei Pokémon' ~Tv Anime Ver.
Japanese (Trans): 'Battle! Wild Pokémon' ~Tv Anime Ver.
The battle begins, with Pikachu going up against Heracross.
Japan 07:31 のんびりいこう
Japanese (Romanized): Nonbiri ikou
Japanese (Trans): Let's Go In Stride
Go is impressed by Koromi's collection of Bug-type Pokémon.
Japan 08:58 またらいしゅう!
Japanese (Romanized): Mata rai shū
Japanese (Trans): See You Next Time!
The group set off to find a Kailios for Koromi.
Japan 11:06 のーてんき
Japanese (Romanized): Nōtenki
Japanese (Trans): Lax
Koromi shows the boys how to cook a "Koromi special", which gives off a sweet aroma.
Japan 13:19 がーん!!!
Japanese (Romanized): Gān!!!
Japanese (Trans): Shock!!!
The starving Rocket Gang reminisce on how Morpeko has been eating all their food.
Japan 14:28 でっか!!
Japanese (Romanized): Dekka! !
Japanese (Trans): Big!!
Nyarth and Sonans feast on Koromi's dish that she left out to attract Kailios.
Japan 15:50 ロケットだん
Japanese (Romanized): Rocket-dan
Japanese (Trans): Rocket Gang
Rocket Gang's Motto
Japan 16:58 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 send out Pendrar and Drapion to battle Satoshi and the others.
Japan 17:42 ぎんがをかける ロケットだん
Japanese (Romanized): Ginga o kakeru Rocket-dan
Japanese (Trans): Across the Galaxy Rocket Gang
Satoshi and Koromi get caught in Rocket Gang's net, leaving Go to battle them.
Japan 20:17 いくぞ、はんげきだ!
Japanese (Romanized): Iku zo, han gekida!
Japanese (Trans): Let's go, Fight Back!
Go trades his Kailios for Koromi's Heracross.
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 ポケモンしりとり(ミュウ→ザマゼンタVer.)
Japanese (Trans): Pokémon Shiritori (Mew → Zamazenta Ver.)
Pocket Monsters (2019) Episode 34 Preview

Dub Music:

Time Track Notes
United States 15:04 ロケットだん
Japanese (Romanized): Rocket-dan
Japanese (Trans): Rocket Gang
Team Rocket Motto

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 19
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 1
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Satoshi and Go are attending a "Pokémon Trade Event", where they meet Koromi, a Trainer who really wants a Kailios. Go doesn't want to give Kailios up, so he helps her search for a wild one, but?!

Summary:
Satoshi and Go are visiting a "Pokémon Trade Event" being held at the Pokémon Center in Kuchiba City, where a they meet a Trainer named Koromi, who introduces herself as the Bug Pokéqueen of Sinnoh. Koromi really wants a Kailios, but since Go doesn't want to give his own Kailios up, he decides to help her search for a wild one instead. Koromi attempts to lure out a Kailios using a specially made type of Sweet Honey, but rather than a Kailios appearing, it's a certain group of...?!

Voice Cast:
Rica Matsumoto: Satoshi
Daiki Yamashita: Go
Ikue Ohtani: Pikachu
Yuichi Nakamura: Sakuragi
Megumi Hayashibara: Musashi
Shinichiro Miki: Kojiro
Inuko Inuyama: Nyarth
Yuji Ueda: Sonansu
Sayaka Senbongi: Messon
Tatsuki Kobe: Kailios
Rina Hidaka: Koromi
Kei Shindo: Joy
Marina Aicholtz: Go's Smartphone Rotom
Maxwell Powers: Drone Rotom
Kenyu Horiuchi: Narration
Last edited 20 Mar 2022 08:09 AM by Sunain