Celadon Condominiums

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Celadon Condominiums
Celadon Mansion
Tamamushi Condominiums
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Location: Celadon City
Region: Kanto
Generations: I, II, III, IV, VII
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Location of Celadon Condominiums in Kanto.
Pokémon world locations

The Celadon Condominiums (Japanese: タマムシマンション Tamamushi Condominiums) is a four-floored building found in Celadon City that serves as Game Freak's headquarters in Kanto.

Prior to Generation IV, it was called the Celadon Mansion in the Western releases due to a mistranslation. This is because マンション mansion is a loanword in Japanese that refers to condominiums, not a mansion.


The Celadon Condominiums is the home of the in-game Game Freak development studio in the Kanto region, where the lead developer will give the player a diploma that signifies that they have completed the National Pokédex. In Pokémon Yellow, Gold, Silver, and Crystal, the graphic artist at the Game Freak Development Room on the third floor also asks the player if they want to print their diploma as proof.

Generations I, III, and VII

In the Generation I games and Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, there is a Poké Ball containing an Eevee inside the room at the roof, which the player can take. There is an NPC in the room who provides the player with standard information concerning status conditions on his blackboard, much like the Pokémon academy in Viridian City. In FireRed and LeafGreen, he also explains how to use the Game Boy Advance Wireless Adapter.

In Pokémon Yellow, a woman in the Manager's Suite—the manager of the facility—will rate Pikachu's friendship if it's in the party.

In FireRed and LeafGreen, the same woman will give the player Tea, which they must give to one of the guards in the gates surrounding Saffron City in order to pass. Additionally, for the Fame Checker, this old woman provides information about Daisy Oak, and the Pokémon Journal in the Game Freak Meeting Room contains information about Erika.

In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, the Poké Ball containing an Eevee is no longer present, possibly due to the Partner Eevee available in the latter game. Instead, TM44 (Play Rough) is obtainable in the rooftop room. Like in Generation V and previous Generation VII games, after becoming Champion, the player can battle Shigeki Morimoto, who appears as a Coach Trainer in this game, using the same set of Generation I Pokémon he used in Pokémon Sun and Moon.

Generations II and IV

In the Generation II games, at night a man inside the room on the roof will give the player TM03 (Curse); in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, he gives out the Spell Tag instead. Also, in HeartGold and SoulSilver, he implies that cycling north on Cycling Road will reduce the player's speed; while true in the Generation II games, there is no longer a speed decrease in HeartGold and SoulSilver.

Exclusively in HeartGold and SoulSilver, the Key Item GB Sounds can be obtained here, after obtaining all 16 Badges.


Item Location Games
  Tea 1F, from the Manager in the Manager's Suite  FR  LG 
  GB Sounds 3F, from Game Freak sound designer after obtaining all 16 Badges  HG  SS 
  Fresh Water 3F, on the water dispenser (hidden)  P  E 
  Shiny Charm 3F, from the game director after catching every non-Mythical Pokémon  P  E 
  PP Max ×10 3F, from Morimoto after defeating him, after becoming Champion  P  E 
  Health Candy ×3 Roof, on the fenced-off east side  P  E 
  TM03 (Curse) Roof, from the man inside after listening to his storyNight  G  S  C 
  Spell Tag Roof, from the man inside after listening to his storyNight  HG  SS 
  TM44 (Play Rough) Roof, in the room on the west side  P  E 


Generation I

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
Gift Pokémon
25 One
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

Generation III

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
Gift Pokémon
25 One
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Generation VII

All of these Trainers appear at the Condominiums once the player has become Champion.


Trainer Pokémon
Master Trainer
Psychic Rui
ルイ Rui
  Mr. Mime Lv.70
Calm Mind Barrier
Dazzling Gleam -



Trainer Pokémon
Master Trainer
Ace Trainer Tim
アキオ Akio
  Charmander Lv.65
Slash Seismic Toss
Smokescreen -



Version 1F 2F 3F Roof Roof room


Generation I Generation II Generation III Generation IV


In other languages

Celadon Condominiums

Language Title
  French Résidence Céladon
  German Prismania-Wohnungen
  Italian Condominio di Azzurropoli
  Korean 무지개맨션 Mujigae Mansion
  Spanish Edificio Azulona

Celadon Mansion

Language Title
  French Manoir Céladon
  German Prismania-Villa
  Italian Villazzurra
  Korean 무지개맨션 Mujigae Mansion
  Brazilian Portuguese Mansão Celadon
  Spanish Mansión Azulona


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