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Cocona Village ココナむら
Kokona Village
Cocona Village
Connecting locations
North None
South None
West Teakwood Forest
East Lapras Beach
Cocona Village on the map of Oblivia
Location of Cocona Village in Oblivia

Cocona Village (Japanese: ココナむら Kokona Village) is a location in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs.

It is located in Renbow Island and near Dolce Island. It is also where Booker lives, and is the location of the fake Rainbow Dais where the Rainbow Ceremony is held. The player can also take a boat to Dolce Island from the village.



Cocona Village has a population of 16 (19, if people on Lapras Beach are counted), which includes Arley. This number makes it the largest settlement located in Oblivia.



Pichu's Broken Ukulele

  • Task: Travel to Dolce Island and collect the materials Booker needs to fix Pichu's ukulele from the tree stump there.
  • Reward: 10 Ranger Points

Recharge Pachirisu

  • Task: Bring a girl a Pachirisu in order to cheer up her own Pachirisu.
  • Reward: 10 Ranger Points

A New Path in Teakwood Forest

  • Task: Break the wooden stockade in Teakwood Forest for an old man.
  • Reward: 10 Ranger Points

The Elderly Couple's Argument

The Boy's Quiz

  • Task: Bring a boy the Pokémon he describes (a purple Pokémon with an X mark on it that floats in the air).
  • Reward: 15 Ranger Points

Fly, Starly!

  • Task: Help an old man's Starly that has forgotten to fly by chasing it in Teakwood Forest until it remembers how to fly.
  • Reward: 15 Ranger Points

Save Bidoof!

A Cry from the Sky

  • Task: Go to the sky to check out the flustered Pokémon that is flying around where Dolce Island used to be.
  • Reward: 25 Ranger Points and Togekiss's availability in the sky

Herb's Research

The Precious Red Berry

  • Task: Bring Booker a Red Berry
  • Reward 25 Ranger Points

The Son's Lunch

  • Task: Give the Lunch to a boy at the Wireless Tower
  • Reward 10 Ranger Points

Ralph's Bright Idea

  • Task: Chase after Ralph to the bridge
  • Reward: 20 Ranger Points

Dolce Island's Pichu

  • Task: Catch 6 of the Dolce Island's Pichu
  • Reward: 30 Ranger Points

Past Cocona Village

Using the time-travel monument located in western Cocona Village, which was the Cocona Plaza in the past, Celebi will send the player back in time to past Cocona Village. One major difference between past and present Cocona Village is the gate on the northern-end of past Cocona Village, which appears as a pile of ruins in present Cocona Village. The gate connects to a part of Teakwood Forest that the player is unable to explore in the present and leads to a warp-point to any of seven temples in the past, courtesy of Kira. The temples were built to worship Arceus.


In other languages

Language Name Origin
Japanese ココナむら Kokona Village From coconut
English Cocona Village Same as Japanese name
French Village Cocona Same as Japanese name
German Kokonuba From Kokosnuss (coconut)
Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Cocona Same as Japanese name

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Dolce IslandRenbow IslandMitonga IslandFaldera IslandSophian IslandLayuda IslandTilikule Island
Cocona VillageTilt VillageAqua Resort
Aquatic areas
Coral SeaCanal RuinsEastern SeaWestern Sea
Open areas
SkyLapras BeachTeakwood ForestCurl BayRand's HouseLatolato TrailMt. LatolatoWireless Tower
Hinder CapeMitonga RoadNoir ForestDangerous CliffSophian RoadMt. SorbetRainbow Dais
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