- If you were looking for the other characters with the same Japanese name, see Lisa.
|Anime debut||The Power of Us|
|English voice actor|
|Japanese voice actor||Rina Kawaei|
Prior to the events of The Power of Us, Risa was a star athlete, but a leg injury caused her to stop. Though her injury healed, she became concerned about running. One day after high school, Risa visited her brother Rick in the hospital. Whilst there, he asked her to go catch him a Pokémon. Despite knowing little about how to do so, she agreed to complete the task with the help of Ash.
Arriving in Fula City soon after, Risa watched the Pokémon Catching Race. Afterwards, she asked Callahan, the winner of the competition, on where she could find the Pokémon her brother asked her to get. Callahan told her that she could find it on the nearby mountain and followed his advice, going up there, only to be told that the mountain was off-limits. She arrived back at the hotel the next morning, where she encountered Ash. She later assisted in the cleanup operation and confronted Callahan about his lies, only for him to run off. She eventually succeeded in catching an Eevee, using Pikachu for assistance.
Risa is shown to be very close to her brother Rick. This is evidenced by the fact she visits him in hospital soon after learning that he was there. Another sign of this is the way she agrees to catch him a Pokémon, despite knowing little about them.
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| Eevee is Risa's partner Pokémon. With the help of Ash, she caught Eevee, having been requested by her brother to do so.
Eevee's only known move is Swift.
|Debut||The Power of Us|
Pikachu was used by Risa to battle a wild Eevee that her brother Rick asked her to catch. Pikachu battled Eevee until Risa was able to throw a Poké Ball at the Evolution Pokemon and successfully catch it.
|Debut||The Power of Us|
|English||Risa||Same as her Japanese name|
|Spanish||Rita||Similar to her Japanese and English names|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||利莎 Lìshā||Transliteration of her Japanese name|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||利莎 Leihsā||Mandarin-based transliteration of her Japanese name|
|Korean||리사 Risa||Transliteration of her Japanese name|
|Thai||ริสะ Risa||Transliteration of her Japanese name|
|Vietnamese||Lisa||Same as her Japanese name|
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