Home / Episode Guide / サトシとゴウ!シンオウフェスにゴー!!/Satoshi and Go! To the Sinnoh Fest They Go!!
Titles and Airdates

Titles

  • Japan サトシとゴウ!シンオウフェスにゴー!!
  • Japan Satoshi to Go! Sinnoh Fest ni go!!
  • Japan Satoshi and Go! To the Sinnoh Fest They Go!!
  • Hong Kong 小智跟小豪!朝神奧慶典GO!!

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Japan Screenplay 冨岡淳広 (Atsuhiro Tomioka)
Japan Storyboard 浅田裕二 (Yūji Asada)
Japan Episode Director 浅田裕二 (Yūji Asada)
Japan Animation Director 岩根雅明 (Masaaki Iwane)
Japan Animation Director 志村泉 (Izumi Shimura)
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Summary

Japanese Summary:

サトシとゴウはリサーチフェローの任務でシンオウ地方を訪れ、ミオ図書館で行われるフェスに参加する。そのフェスの会場でサトシとゴウはヒカリ・ポッチャマ・シロナと再会。そんなとき、ギンガ団の残党が、密かにヒードランを捕獲し、暗躍を始める。幻のポケモン・アルセウスの力の一部といわれるプレートを使い、ギンガ団が開始した実験により、シンオウ地方全体に異変が起き始める。そのとき、プレートの強力な力により、ヒードランが恐ろしい姿へと変貌してしまう。異変に気づいたサトシとゴウたちは、伝説のポケモン・ユクシー・アグノム・エムリットの導きで事件を解決しようとする。サトシたちはギンガ団を発見し、暴走したヒードランを助けようと壮絶なバトルを繰り広げる。しかし、みたこともない姿となったヒードランにサトシたちは大ピンチに陥る。そこへついに幻のポケモン・アルセウスが降臨するのだった。

Japanese Summary Translation:

Satoshi and Go travel to the Sinnoh region on a research fellow mission and end up attending a festival held at the Mio Library. There, they reunite with Hikari, Pochama and Shirona. But just then, unknown to all, the remnants of the Galaxy Gang capture Heatran and begin a secret scheme. Strange phenomena start occurring all over the Sinnoh region as a result of an experiment they've started that involves a Plate said to be a part of the Mythical Pokémon Arceus' power. At the same time, the incredible power of the Plate ends up tranforming Heatran into a terrifying form. Having noticed the phenomena, Satoshi, Go and the others try to resolve the situation, guided by the Legendary Pokémon Yuxie, Agnome and Emrit. They discover the Galaxy Gang and engage in a heroic battle in an attempt to save the rampaging Heatran, but trouble breaks loose due to Heatran's never before seen form. And then the Mythical Pokémon Arceus descends.

Characters

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  • United States Ash Ketchum
  • Japan サトシ
  • Japan Satoshi
  • Japan Satoshi
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  • United States Ash's Pikachu
  • Japan サトシのピカチュウ
  • Japan Satoshi no Pikachu
  • Japan Satoshi's Pikachu
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  • United States Dawn
  • Japan ヒカリ
  • Japan Hikari
  • Japan Hikari
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  • United States Magikarp Salesman
  • Japan コイキング売り
  • Japan Koiking Uri
  • Japan Koiking Salesman
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  • United States Dawn's Piplup
  • Japan ヒカリのポッチャマ
  • Japan Hikari no Pochama
  • Japan Hikari's Pochama
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  • United States Saturn
  • Japan サターン
  • Japan Saturn
  • Japan Saturn
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  • United States Team Galactic Grunts
  • Japan ギンガ団員
  • Japan Ginga-danin
  • Japan Galaxy Gang Grunts
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  • United States Cynthia
  • Japan シロナ
  • Japan Shirona
  • Japan Shirona
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  • United States Mars
  • Japan マーズ
  • Japan Mars
  • Japan Mars
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  • United States Cyrus
  • Japan アカギ
  • Japan Akagi
  • Japan Akagi
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  • United States Saturn's Bronzor
  • Japan サターンのドーミラー
  • Japan Saturn no Dohmirror
  • Japan Saturn's Dohmirror
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  • United States Saturn's Toxicroak
  • Japan サターンのドクロッグ
  • Japan Saturn no Dokurog
  • Japan Saturn's Dokurog
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  • United States Jupiter
  • Japan ジュピター
  • Japan Jupiter
  • Japan Jupiter
Goh
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  • United States Goh
  • Japan ゴウ
  • Japan
  • Japan Go
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  • United States Goh's Grookey
  • Japan ゴウのサルノリ
  • Japan Go no Sarunori
  • Japan Go's Sarunori
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  • United States Team Galactic Grunts' Bronzor
  • Japan ギンガ団員のドーミラー
  • Japan Ginga-danin no Dohmirror
  • Japan Galaxy Gang Grunts' Dohmirror
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  • United States Team Galactic Grunts' Golbat
  • Japan ギンガ団員のゴルバット
  • Japan Ginga-danin no Golbat
  • Japan Galaxy Gang Grunts' Golbat

Wild Pokémon

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  • United States Fearow
  • Japan オニドリル
  • Japan Onidrill
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  • United States Clefairy
  • Japan ピッピ
  • Japan Pippi
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  • United States Golbat
  • Japan ゴルバット
  • Japan Golbat
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  • United States Psyduck
  • Japan コダック
  • Japan Koduck
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  • United States Growlithe
  • Japan ガーディ
  • Japan Gardie
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  • United States Tentacruel
  • Japan ドククラゲ
  • Japan Dokukurage
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  • United States Geodude
  • Japan イシツブテ
  • Japan Ishitsubute
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  • United States Graveler
  • Japan ゴローン
  • Japan Golone
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  • United States Slowpoke
  • Japan ヤドン
  • Japan Yadon
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  • United States Goldeen
  • Japan トサキント
  • Japan Tosakinto
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  • United States Magikarp
  • Japan コイキング
  • Japan Koiking
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  • United States Gyarados
  • Japan ギャラドス
  • Japan Gyarados
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  • United States Cyndaquil
  • Japan ヒノアラシ
  • Japan Hinoarashi
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  • United States Noctowl
  • Japan ヨルノズク
  • Japan Yorunozuku
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  • United States Quagsire
  • Japan ヌオー
  • Japan Nuoh
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  • United States Murkrow
  • Japan ヤミカラス
  • Japan Yamikarasu
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  • United States Steelix
  • Japan ハガネール
  • Japan Haganeil
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  • United States Octillery
  • Japan オクタン
  • Japan Okutank
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  • United States Dustox
  • Japan ドクケイル
  • Japan Dokucale
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  • United States Wingull
  • Japan キャモメ
  • Japan Camome
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  • United States Pelipper
  • Japan ペリッパー
  • Japan Pelipper
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  • United States Masquerain
  • Japan アメモース
  • Japan Amemoth
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  • United States Ninjask
  • Japan テッカニン
  • Japan Tekkanin
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  • United States Nosepass
  • Japan ノズパス
  • Japan Nosepass
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  • United States Camerupt
  • Japan バクーダ
  • Japan Bakuuda
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  • United States Tropius
  • Japan トロピウス
  • Japan Tropius
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  • United States Torterra
  • Japan ドダイトス
  • Japan Dodaitose
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  • United States Starly
  • Japan ムックル
  • Japan Mukkuru
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  • United States Staraptor
  • Japan ムクホーク
  • Japan Mukuhawk
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  • United States Bidoof
  • Japan ビッパ
  • Japan Bippa
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  • United States Bibarel
  • Japan ビーダル
  • Japan Beadull
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  • United States Kricketot
  • Japan コロボーシ
  • Japan Koroboshi
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  • United States Budew
  • Japan スボミー
  • Japan Subomie
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  • United States Bastiodon
  • Japan トリデプス
  • Japan Trideps
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  • United States Combee
  • Japan ミツハニー
  • Japan Mitsuhoney
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  • United States Vespiquen
  • Japan ビークイン
  • Japan Beequeen
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  • United States Buizel
  • Japan ブイゼル
  • Japan Buoysel
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  • United States Floatzel
  • Japan フローゼル
  • Japan Floazel
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  • United States Cherrim
  • Japan チェリム
  • Japan Cherrim
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  • United States Drifblim
  • Japan フワライド
  • Japan Fuwaride
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  • United States Honchkrow
  • Japan ドンカラス
  • Japan Donkarasu
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  • United States Chingling
  • Japan リーシャン
  • Japan Lisyan
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  • United States Bronzong
  • Japan ドータクン
  • Japan Dohtakun
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  • United States Garchomp
  • Japan ガブリアス
  • Japan Gablias
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  • United States Hippowdon
  • Japan カバルドン
  • Japan Kabarudon
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  • United States Mantyke
  • Japan タマンタ
  • Japan Tamanta
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  • United States Rhyperior
  • Japan ドサイドン
  • Japan Dosidon
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  • United States Togekiss
  • Japan トゲキッス
  • Japan Togekiss
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  • United States Yanmega
  • Japan メガヤンマ
  • Japan Megayanma
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  • United States Gliscor
  • Japan グライオン
  • Japan Glion
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  • United States Mamoswine
  • Japan マンムー
  • Japan Manmoo
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  • United States Probopass
  • Japan ダイノーズ
  • Japan Dainose
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  • United States Uxie
  • Japan ユクシー
  • Japan Yuxie
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  • United States Mesprit
  • Japan エムリット
  • Japan Emrit
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  • United States Azelf
  • Japan アグノム
  • Japan Agnome
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  • United States Heatran
  • Japan ヒードラン
  • Japan Heatran
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  • United States Arceus
  • Japan アルセウス
  • Japan Arceus
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  • United States Oshawott
  • Japan ミジュマル
  • Japan Mijumaru
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  • United States Braviary
  • Japan ウォーグル
  • Japan Warrgle
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  • United States Rowlet
  • Japan モクロー
  • Japan Mokuroh
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  • United States Wyrdeer
  • Japan アヤシシ
  • Japan Ayashishi
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  • United States Basculegion
  • Japan イダイトウ
  • Japan Idaito
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Note

On January 14th, 2022, the official Japanese Pokémon website posted a news article promoting these special episodes. The picture in this news article revealed that Takeshi would be appearing. Amazon Prime Video, a video streaming service, exclusively distributed these special edition episodes of the anime called, Pocket Monsters: Arceus, the One Called a God!

Scheduled delivery date
January 21st, 2022 (Fri) Episode 1 and 2
January 28th, 2020 (Fri) Episode 3 and 4

Set in the Sinnoh Region, the anime features Satoshi, Go, Hikari, the Galaxy Gang, who are plotting a mysterious plan, and the fantastic Pokémon Arceus. These special episodes commemorate the release of Pokémon LEGENDS Arceus, so be sure to check them out!

Source: https://www.pokemon.co.jp/info/2022/01/220114_a01.html
Episode Music Regions
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Japanese Music:

Time Track Notes
Japan 00:00 2006-2010(DP)-M24 新サトシのテーマ
Japanese (Romanized): Shin Satoshi no thema
Japanese (TL): Satoshi's New Theme
The world of Pokémon.(Some instruments omitted)
Japan 01:02 2006-2010(DP)-M04 ~君のそばで(ヒカリのテーマ)~ (BONUS-TRACK)
Japanese (Romanized): Kimi no soba de (Hikari no Theme)
Japanese (TL): By Your Side (Hikari's Theme)
Satoshi and Go are in Mio city.
Japan 02:54 2006-2010(DP)-M08 201ばんどうろ(昼)
Japanese (Romanized): 201-ban dōro (hiru)
Japanese (TL): Route 201 (Day)
Everyone looks around the area.
Japan 03:26 ディアルガ
Japanese (TL): Dialga
Movie 12 BGM-Galaxy Gang try to capture Heatran.
Japan 05:24 みんなで川遊び
Japanese (Romanized): Minna de kawaasobi
Japanese (TL): Everyone Swimming in the River
Movie 12 BGM- Everyone receives ancient pokeballs
Japan 06:07 2006-2010(DP)-M10 ナエトル、ポッチャマ、ヒコザル登場!!
Japanese (Romanized): Naetle, Pochama, Hikozaru tōjō!!
Japanese (TL): Enter Naetle, Pochama, Hikozaru!!
The group are at the Pokémon catching corner.
Japan 07:17 2006-2010(DP)-M07 スーパーコンテスト!
Japanese (Romanized): Super Contest!
Japanese (TL): Super Contest!
The group will be catching the starter pokemon.
Japan 07:56 GO! The catching begins.
Japan 09:48 はやっ!!
Japanese (Romanized): Haya!!
Japanese (TL): Fast!!
Hinorashi uses Flamethrower in Go's face.
Japan 10:41 2006-2010(DP)-M21 210ばんどうろ(昼)
Japanese (Romanized): 210-ban dōro (hiru)
Japanese (TL): Route 210 (Day)
The group all catch the starters.
Japan 11:45 Movie 12 BGM - Arceus' Story We are reintroduced to Mars and Jupiter.
Japan 12:28 神々の戦い
Japanese (Romanized): Kamigami no tatakai
Japanese (TL): Battle of the Gods
Movie 12 BGM-Galaxy Gang want to bring back Akagi once and for all.
Japan 15:03 「ポケモンジム」~Tv Anime Ver.
Japanese (Romanized): 'Pokémon Gym' ~Tv Anime Ver.
Japanese (TL): 'Pokémon Gym' ~Tv Anime Ver.
Ending for the first episode.

Music Statistics:

Number of Assigned Tracks to the Japanese Original: 13
Number of Assigned Tracks to the English Dub: 0
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Summary:
Satoshi and Go travel to the Sinnoh region on a research fellow mission and end up attending a festival held at the Mio Library. There, they reunite with Hikari, Pochama and Shirona. But just then, unknown to all, the remnants of the Galaxy Gang capture Heatran and begin a secret scheme. Strange phenomena start occurring all over the Sinnoh region as a result of an experiment they've started that involves a Plate said to be a part of the Mythical Pokémon Arceus' power. At the same time, the incredible power of the Plate ends up tranforming Heatran into a terrifying form. Having noticed the phenomena, Satoshi, Go and the others try to resolve the situation, guided by the Legendary Pokémon Yuxie, Agnome and Emrit. They discover the Galaxy Gang and engage in a heroic battle in an attempt to save the rampaging Heatran, but trouble breaks loose due to Heatran's never before seen form. And then the Mythical Pokémon Arceus descends.

Voice Cast:
Rica Matsumoto: Satoshi
Daiki Yamashita: Go
Ikue Ohtani: Pikachu
Etsuko Kozakura: Pochama
Kenta Miyake: Heatran
Hana Takeda: Sarunori
Kei Shindo: Agnome
Sayaka Senbongi: Yuxie
Megumi Toyoguchi: Hikari
Tomo Sakurai: Shirona
Akemi Okamura: Saturn
Rie Tanaka: Mars
Chinami Nishimura: Jupiter
Tatsuki Kobe: Galaxy Gang Underling
Kosuke Tanabe: Galaxy Gang Underling
Kenyu Horiuchi: Narration
Last edited 20 Jan 2022 07:24 AM by Adamant