| Michina Town|
|Debut||Arceus and the Jewel of Life|
Michina Town (Japanese: ミチーナ Michina) is the setting for Arceus and the Jewel of Life.
Michina Town is a riverside town surrounded by flourishing nature. The town's centerpiece is the Michina Ruins.
Thousands of years ago, Michina Town was a desolate place, which was nothing but a wasteland. But the Jewel of Life's power that Arceus gave Damos made the town's soil rich and fertile. Then Damos constructed the town's ruins in order to praise Arceus' kindness.
The Michina Ruins are old ruins of a temple, located at the peak of a huge, rocky mountain in Michina. Beside the ruins is a beautiful lake.
The ruins are guarded by Sheena and Kevin. It is where Damos witnessed the awakening of Arceus. It is also the home of the Jewel of Life. The Space-Time Axis can be found in the basement of the ruins.
In the TCG
This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Michina Town or Pokémon that reside there in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
| Michina Town's Pokémon|
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in the current Standard format.
|Chikorita||Movie Commemoration Random Pack||001/022|
|Cyndaquil||Movie Commemoration Random Pack||004/022|
|Totodile||Movie Commemoration Random Pack||006/022|
|Spiky-eared Pichu||Movie Commemoration Random Pack||009/022|
|Movie Commemoration Random Pack||010/022|
|Movie Commemoration Random Pack||011/022|
|DPt-P Promotional cards||042/DPt-P|
|Unnumbered Promotional cards|
|Michina Temple||St||DPt-P Promotional cards||044/DPt-P|
- Around the time of the premiere of Arceus and the Jewel of Life, at various EB Games stores around the country, an Australian event Arceus was distributed with its OT as "Michina", the name of the town in the movie.
Michina may come from the Japanese adjective, 未知な michi-na, meaning "strange" or "unknown".
In other languages
|Japanese||ミチーナ Michīna||"Strange" or "unknown"|
|Korean||미케나 Mycena||Similar to Mycenae.|
|Chinese (Taiwan)||米季納 Mǐjìnà||Transliteration of Michina. Also, 米 is "rice", 季 refers to "seasons", and 納 means "to receive".|
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