Celadon Department Store

Celadon Department Store タマムシデパート
Tamamushi Department Store
"Find what you need at the Celadon Dept. Store!"
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Location: Celadon City
Region: Kanto
Generations: I, II, III, IV, VII
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Location of Celadon Department Store in Kanto.
Pokémon world locations

The Celadon Department Store (Japanese: タマムシデパート Tamamushi Department Store) is the largest shop in Kanto. The store is six stories tall, including the roof.

Sign

The sign outside the building has remained fundamentally the same throughout the generations, only with slight differences in grammar and spelling.

Generation I

Find what you
need at CELADON
DEPT. STORE!

Generation II

Find What You
Need at CELADON
DEPT.STORE!

Generation III

Find what you need at the
CELADON DEPT. STORE!

Generation IV

Find what you need at the
Celadon Dept. Store!

Floors

1F: Service Counter

Here, a receptionist welcomes customers and directs them to a board that describes the store layout. This is where the Poké Mart deliveryman can be found.

2F: Trainers' Market

This floor is the Trainers' Market (formatted Trainer's Market prior to Generation VII). In Generation VII, this floor's motto is "Loads and loads of TMs!" In earlier games, the motto is "Top Grade Items for Trainers!"

According to the Fame Checker, Lance is seen regularly on this floor buying capes.

Generation I

Left cashier
  Great Ball
 600
  Super Potion
 700
  Revive
 1500
  Super Repel
 500
  Antidote
 100
  Burn Heal
 250
  Ice Heal
 250
  Awakening
 200
  Parlyz Heal
 200
Right cashier
  TM32 (Double Team)
 1000
  TM33 (Reflect)
 1000
  TM02 (Razor Wind)
 2000
  TM07 (Horn Drill)
 2000
  TM37 (Egg Bomb)
 2000
  TM01 (Mega Punch)
 3000
  TM05 (Mega Kick)
 3000
  TM09 (Take Down)
 3000
  TM17 (Submission)
 3000


Generation II

Left cashier
  Potion
 300
  Super Potion
 700
  Hyper Potion
 1200
  Max Potion
 2500
  Revive
 1500
  Super Repel
 500
  Max Repel
 700
Right cashier
  Poké Ball
 200
  Great Ball
 600
  Ultra Ball
 1200
  Escape Rope
 550
  Full Heal
 600
  Antidote
 100
  Burn Heal
 250
  Ice Heal
 250
  Awakening
 250
  Paralyze Heal
 200


Generation III

Upper cashier
  TM05 (Roar)
 1000
  TM15 (Hyper Beam)
 7500
  TM28 (Dig)
 2000
  TM31 (Brick Break)
 3000
  TM43 (Secret Power)
 3000
  TM45 (Attract)
 3000
Lower cashier
  Great Ball
 600
  Super Potion
 700
  Revive
 1500
  Antidote
 100
  Paralyze Heal
 200
  Awakening
 250
  Burn Heal
 250
  Ice Heal
 250
  Super Repel
 500


Generation IV

Left cashier
  Potion
 300
  Super Potion
 700
  Hyper Potion
 1200
  Max Potion
 2500
  Revive
 1500
  Antidote
 100
  Parlyz Heal
 200
  Burn Heal
 250
  Ice Heal
 250
  Awakening
 250
  Full Heal
 600
Right cashier
  Poké Ball
 200
  Great Ball
 600
  Ultra Ball
 1200
  Escape Rope
 550
  Poké Doll
 1000
  Repel
 350
  Super Repel
 500
  Max Repel
 700
  Grass Mail
 50
  Flame Mail
 50
  Bubble Mail
 50
  Space Mail
 50


Generation VII

Upper cashier
  TM17 (Dragon Tail)
 20,000
  TM18 (U-turn)
 20,000
  TM19 (Iron Tail)
 50,000
  TM25 (Waterfall)
 30,000
  TM28 (Tri Attack)
 30,000
  TM30 (Bulk Up)
 10,000
  TM43 (Shadow Ball)
 30,000
  TM48 (Hyper Beam)
 100,000
Lower cashier
  Poké Ball
 100
  Great Ball
 300
  Potion
 100
  Super Potion
 700
  Antidote
 200
  Burn Heal
 300
  Ice Heal
 100
  Awakening
 100
  Paralyze Heal
 300
  Escape Rope
 300
  Repel
 400
  Lure
 400
  X Attack
 550
  X Defense
 500
  X Sp. Atk
 350
  X Sp. Def
 350
  X Speed
 350
  X Accuracy
 900
  Dire Hit
 650
  Guard Spec.
 700


3F: TV Game Shop/TM Shop

In Generations I, III, and VII, this floor is the Video Game Shop (TV Game Shop in Generations I and III). Various video games are displayed on this floor. In Generation I, a man behind the counter will give away TM18 (Counter); in Generation III, this man is a Move Tutor who teaches Counter to a Pokémon; in Generation VII, this man gives the player TM03 (Helping Hand).

In Generations II and IV, this floor is the TM Shop. In Generation IV, the floor's motto is "Make Your Pokémon Stronger!"

Generation II
  TM10 (Hidden Power)
 3000
  TM11 (Sunny Day)
 2000
  TM17 (Protect)
 3000
  TM18 (Rain Dance)
 2000
  TM37 (Sandstorm)
 2000
Generation IV
  TM21 (Frustration)
 1000
  TM27 (Return)
 1000
  TM87 (Swagger)
 1500
  TM78 (Captivate)
 1500
  TM12 (Taunt)
 1500
  TM41 (Torment)
 1500
  TM20 (Safeguard)
 2000
  TM28 (Dig)
 2000
  TM76 (Stealth Rock)
 2000
  TM55 (Brine)
 3000
  TM72 (Avalanche)
 3000
  TM79 (Dark Pulse)
 3000


4F: Wiseman Gifts

This floor is known as Wiseman Gifts (formatted "Wise Man Gifts" in Generation III). In Generations I to III and VII, its motto is "Express yourself with gifts!"; in Generation IV, its motto is "Gifts to Express Yourself!".

In Generations I, III, and VII, Evolution stones are specially for sale here. In Generation IV, Falkner and Janine appear here on Mondays.

Generation I
  Poké Doll
 1000
  Fire Stone
 2100
  Thunderstone
 2100
  Water Stone
 2100
  Leaf Stone
 2100
Generation II
  Poké Doll
 1000
  Lovely Mail
 50
  Surf Mail
 50


Generation III
  Poké Doll
 1000
  Retro Mail
 50
  Fire Stone
 2100
  Thunderstone
 2100
  Water Stone
 2100
  Leaf Stone
 2100
Generation IV
  Air Mail
 50
  Tunnel Mail
 50
  Bloom Mail
 50


Generation VII
  Fire Stone
 5,000
  Thunder Stone
 5,000
  Water Stone
 5,000
  Leaf Stone
 5,000
  Ice Stone
 5,000


5F: Drugstore/Accessory Market

In Generations I to IV, this floor sells battle items and vitamins. In Generations I and II, it is known as the "Drug Store"; in Generation IV, it is known as "Battle Collection". In Generation IV, its motto is "Bring Out Pokémon Potential".

In Generation VII, this floor is the Accessory Market. It sells accessories for the player and their partner Pokémon.

Generation I

Left cashier
  X Accuracy
 950
  Guard Spec.
 700
  Dire Hit
 650
  X Attack
 500
  X Defend
 550
  X Speed
 350
  X Special
 350
Right cashier
  HP Up*
 9800
  Protein
 9800
  Iron
 9800
  Carbos
 9800
  Calcium
 9800


Generation II

Left cashier
  HP Up
 9800
  Protein
 9800
  Iron
 9800
  Carbos
 9800
  Calcium
 9800
Right cashier
  X Accuracy
 950
  Guard Spec.
 700
  Dire Hit
 650
  X Attack
 500
  X Defend
 550
  X Speed
 350
  X Special
 350


Generation III

Upper cashier
  HP Up
 9800
  Protein
 9800
  Iron
 9800
  Calcium
 9800
  Zinc
 9800
  Carbos
 9800
Lower cashier
  X Attack
 500
  X Defend
 550
  X Speed
 350
  X Special
 350
  X Accuracy
 950
  Guard Spec.
 700
  Dire Hit
 650


Generation IV

Left cashier
  X Speed
 350
  X Attack
 500
  X Defend
 550
  Guard Spec.
 700
  Dire Hit
 650
  X Accuracy
 950
  X Special
 350
  X Sp. Def
 350
Right cashier
  Protein
 9800
  Iron
 9800
  Calcium
 9800
  Zinc
 9800
  Carbos
 9800
  HP Up
 9800


Generation VII

Upper left stall
Hats
  Straw Hat
 10,000
  Sweet Hat
 20,000
  Elegant Hat
 20,000
Special
  Crown
 999,999


Lower left stall
  Diglett Cap
 50


Upper right stall
Little Bows
  Little Red Bow
 1,000
  Little Green Bow
 1,000
  Little Blue Bow
 1,000
  Little Black Bow
 1,000
  Little Plaid Bow
 1,000
  Little Formal Bow
 1,000
  Little Polka-Dot Bow
 1,000
  Little Bow
 1,000
Fancy Bows
  Fancy Red Bow
 2,000
  Fancy Green Bow
 2,000
  Fancy Blue Bow
 2,000
  Fancy Black Bow
 2,000
  Fancy Plaid Bow
 2,000
  Fancy Formal Bow
 2,000
  Fancy Cute Bow
 2,000
  Fancy Frilly Bow
 2,000


Bandannas
  Sailor Bandanna
 3,000
  Safari Bandanna
 3,000
  Polka-Dot Bandanna
 3,000
  Ruby Bandanna
 3,000
  Sapphire Bandanna
 3,000
  Emerald Bandanna
 3,000
  Black Bandanna
 3,000
  White Bandanna
 3,000
Flowers
  Red Flowers
 5,000
  Pink Flowers
 5,000
  Blue Flowers
 5,000
  White Flowers
 5,000
  Orange Flowers
 5,000
  Purple Flowers
 5,000
  Pale Blue Flowers
 5,000
  Green Flowers
 5,000


Lower right stall
Glasses
  Black Framed Glasses
 8,000
  Red Framed Glasses
 8,000
  Green Framed Glasses
 8,000
  Brown Framed Glasses
 12,000
  Thick Glasses
 5,000
Sunglasses
  Blue Sky Sunglasses
 10,000
  Dawn Sunglasses
 10,000
  Dusk Sunglasses
 10,000
  Midnight Sunglasses
 10,000


Rooftop Square: Vending Machines

A picnic table and some Vending Machines are located on the roof. In Generation IV, this floor is called the "Rooftop Atrium" and its motto is "Have a Break at the Vending Machines".

In Generations I, III, and VII, a thirsty girl will give the player TMs in exchange for one of the drinks.

  Fresh Water
 200
  Soda Pop
 300
  Lemonade
 350


Items

Regular items

Item Location Games
  Turtwig Mask 2F, from Crasher Wake  HG  SS 
  Chimchar Mask 2F, from Crasher Wake  HG  SS 
  Piplup Mask 2F, from Crasher Wake  HG  SS 
  TM18 (Counter) 3F, from the man behind the counter  R  B  Y 
  TM03 (Helping Hand) 3F, from the man behind the counter  P  E 

TMs from the girl on the rooftop

Games →
Drink
 R  B  Y   FR  LG   P  E 
  Fresh Water  
TM13 (Ice Beam)
 
TM16 (Light Screen)
 
TM06 (Light Screen)
  Soda Pop  
TM48 (Rock Slide)
 
TM20 (Safeguard)
 
TM09 (Reflect)
  Lemonade  
TM49 (Tri Attack)
 
TM33 (Reflect)
 
TM07 (Protect)

Trainers

Generation VII

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

Trainer Pokémon
2F
Master Trainer
 
Lass Yue
ユウ
Reward: N/A
  Vaporeon Lv.75
Shadow Ball Toxic
Rest -
3F
Master Trainer
 
Scientist Alphonse
シモン Shimon
Reward: N/A
  Jolteon Lv.75
Light Screen Yawn
Shadow Ball -
4F
Master Trainer
 
Ace Trainer Dax
ヤマト Yamato
Reward: N/A
  Flareon Lv.75
Flare Blitz Superpower
Fire Spin -


Layout

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Trivia

  • Although the Rooftop Square opens into the sky and is uncovered, Fly cannot be used to leave from the roof.
  • In Pokémon Yellow, a boy on the fourth floor says that Copycat lives in Cerulean City; she is actually found in Saffron City.
  • In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, after the player has obtained the Soul Badge, Falkner can be found on the fourth floor on Mondays talking to Janine. He will then exchange Pokégear phone numbers with the player for rematches.
  • In Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, Celadon Department Store is a separate save location, but Pokémon hatched here have the hatched location of "Celadon City". In Pokémon Emerald, the encounter location "Celadon Department Store" is read as "Special Area".

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 玉虹百貨公司 Yúkhùhng Baakfo Gūngsī *
彩虹百貨公司 Chóihùhng Baakfo Gūngsī *
Mandarin 玉虹百貨公司 / 玉虹百货公司 Yùhóng Bǎihuò Gōngsī *
彩虹百貨公司 Cǎihóng Bǎihuò Gōngsī *
  French Centre commercial de Céladopole
  German Prismania-Einkaufscenter (VII)
Prismania Einkaufszentrum (I-III)
  Italian Centro Commerciale di Azzurropoli
  Korean 무지개백화점 Mujigae Baekwajeom
Portuguese   Brazil Loja de Departamentos da Cidade Celadon
  Portugal Loja de Departamentos da Cidade Celadon
  Spanish Centro Comercial de Ciudad Azulona




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