|This article is about a character featured in the Pokémon anime who has not yet debuted in the English language dub.|
As such, their information may contain romanized Japanese names, rather than dub names.
Asahi in Pokémon Journeys: The Series
|Trainer class||Pokémon Trainer|
|Member of||Project Mew|
|Anime debut||Advice to Goh!|
|English voice actor||N/A|
|Japanese voice actor||Ryoko Shiraishi|
In the anime
She made her first in-person appearance in Leaping Toward the Dream!, where she explained to Ash and Goh how Project Mew operates, and gave Goh his mission of catching an Alolan Ninetales on Mt. Coronet. After Goh had succeeded in the mission, Asahi congratulated him on his success and informed him that he was now qualified to start taking on proper Trial Missions.
Later, when Goh and Ash were surrounded by Pokémon poacher Nito and his henchmen, Asahi intervened and saved them using her Rapid Strike Style Urshifu. Once everything was resolved, Asahi handed Goh his first Project Mew Token and encouraged him to continue giving his best.
Unlike Tsurugi, Asahi is far more welcoming and friendly, encouraging Goh to give his best. In battle her most friendly posture is left aside, Asahi is quite confident of her abilities, even choosing several opponents for battle and disqualifying the Pokémon Hunters as soon as she arrives at the place.
|Azumarill is Asahi's first known Pokémon. Azumarill was first seen when Asahi was monitoring the Alolan Ninetales that Goh had rescued. Later, when Goh completed his first Trial Mission, Azumarill appeared alongside Asahi, encouraging Goh.
None of Azumarill's moves are known.
|Rapid Strike Style Urshifu is Asahi's second known Pokémon. She sent it out to battle Nito's henchmen's Pokémon, knocking them out with ease.
Urshifu's only known move is Surging Strikes.
In the manga
Pokémon Journeys: The Series
Asahi appeared in JNM21.
|Japanese||アサヒ Asahi||From 旭岳 Asahi-dake (Mt. Asahi) and 旭 asahi (morning sun), referencing Pokémon Sun.|
- Pash! (July 2021 issue), interview with executive director Daiki Tomoyasu and animation producer Hiroyuki Kato
|This article is part of Project Anime, a Bulbapedia project that covers all aspects of the Pokémon anime.|