Jubilife Village (Japanese: コトブキムラKotobuki Village) is a village in the Hisuiregion that was constructed by the Galaxy Expedition Team. At the time of the arrival of the strange visitor, the village had only been established for two years. All Burmy that battle here will turn into their Plant Cloak form.
Prelude Beach is a small beach southwest of the seaside gate. The player wakes up here at the start of the game, having fallen from a space-time rift, after which they meet Professor Laventon.
The area consists of a small beach to the west with an old pier, leading to a small boat. There is an inaccessible hut with two barrels to its side.
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Request 26: "Aim for the Big Leagues!" unlocks a minigame on Prelude Beach hosted by Taggart. The player is given one minute and unlimited Poké Balls to pop as many Drifloon balloons as they can. Regular, purple balloons give 100 points, while Shiny, yellow balloons give 200 points; multiple pops per throw gives bonus points.
Practice Field is a small field southeast of the seaside gate. After meeting Professor Laventon, his three starter Pokémon escape and disperse throughout the Practice Field.
Professor Laventon asks the player to help him catch the escaped Pokémon, giving them 50 Poké Balls to do so; if they run out, he gives them 10 more. This event functions as a catching tutorial, where the player has to catch all three of the starter Pokémon. The first two Pokémon are automatically caught with the first throw, while the last one will break out from the first ball that hits it before being caught. The player does not get to keep the Poké Balls or caught Pokémon.
Canala Avenue, named after Canala of the Construction Corps, is a major road running north-to-south through the middle of town, running from the seaside gate to Canala Bridge. It is a residential street, surrounded by houses on both sides. Crossing the river via the Canala Bridge connects to Floaro Main Street.
The Village Pastures are located on the east side of town. They are run by Marie. The Pastures' services becomes available to the player once they complete "The Galaxy Team's Entry Trial".
The Pastures stores the player's Pokémon that are not in their party, the equivalent of the PC in other Pokémon games. The Pastures are separated into as little as 8, and as many as 31 separate Pastures, each containing 30 slots for Pokémon.
The Farm is located on the west side of town. It is run by Colza, with the field tilled by Miller and tended by Leif. The Farm's services becomes available to the player once they complete "The Galaxy Team's Entry Trial".
At the farm, the player can pay for either an Apricorn harvest or a medicinal harvest. The harvest will be ready after the player returns from an expedition, only after catching a set number of Pokémon based on what is being grown. After defeating a Noble Pokémon the Farm's services become expandable via a new request.
Floaro Main Street, named after Floaro of the Construction Corps, is a major road running east-to-west at the north end of Jubilife Village. It contains a wide variety of merchants, as well as the Galaxy Hall.
Galaxy Hall is a three-story building that serves as the headquarters of the Galaxy Team. It contains offices of the Galaxy Team's Supply Corps, Medical Corps, Construction Corps, Security Corps, and Agriculture Corps, as well as of Commander Kamado. Professor Laventon's office is also here, containing the request board.
The trading post is run by Simona. It becomes available to the player once they attain the First Star.
The trading post allows the player to exchange Merit Points for items and trade Pokémon with other Trainers.
The Wallflower the Galaxy Expedition Team's canteen run by Beni. It is well-known of its potato mochi. Beni is usually seen standing in front of it, ready to buy Sootfoot Roots from the player.
The general store is run by Choy. It becomes available to the player once they complete "The Galaxy Team's Entry Trial". At the beginning, the store has little to offer, but Choy expands its inventory as the player completes a series of side quests that involve collecting various items for Tao Hua, the captain of the Supply Corps. The same items available at the general store can also be purchased from base camps.
The Ginkgo Guild Cart is run by Ginter and Tuli. They will arrive in Jubilife Village and set up shop between the Galaxy Hall and the player's quarters, after the player completes mission 7 "The Frenzy of the Lord of the Woods". More items are added as the player proceeds further in game.
Ginter behaves differently from most shopkeepers. Ginter will not buy items from the player, and will only offer a random assortment items through a dialogue menu instead of a store menu. He will sell items in sets with a bulk discount compared to normal shopkeepers. He will also offer the player evolution items for sale, although he will not tell the player what the item is, and will instead give it a vague description. After beating the main story, Ginter will also offer unique items that can only be purchased once. Ginter will change the item he is offering every time the player catches 20 Pokémon. Once an item is purchased from Ginter, he will not sell that product again until his store refeshes. In version 1.1.0 of Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Ginter will offer three different wares to choose form at a time, and only a single ware in all previous versions.
Single time purchase items are sent to the player's home. The five mechanical items sold by Ginter are used to change Rotom into one of its many forms. They may be sold to the player in any order, starting from 20,000, and increasing by 20,000 each time until capping at 100,000.
Tuli will sell the player Berries, as well as plants that can be used as crafting materials. The shop becomes available after starting Mission 8: "Arezu's Predicament". The stock will be limited at first, new items becoming available after starting Missions 10, 11, and 12.
The player can take pictures either alone or with one of their Pokémon. Named characters may visit the studio and ask to take photos with the player. Pose, expression, lens filters, background and how the Pokémon is acting may be freely changed by the player, although characters and their Pokémon have preset poses and actions, respectively. The pictures are taken with the screenshot function of the Nintedo Switch, and are therefore stored in the system memory.
After completing requests for Dagero, the player gets an expanded pool of backdrops and lens filters to use.
The Front Gate is located at the east end of Floaro Main Street. After completing "The Basics of Crafting", the player can set out on expeditions from this gate.
Your Quarters is a small house located just southeast of Galaxy Hall, on Floaro Main Street.
After completing Mission 5: "A Request from Mai", the player can choose to sleep in their bed until specific times to change the time in Jubilife Village. The time will not change otherwise. Changing the time is necessary for some Requests, such as Request 7: "Playing with Drifloon". It also has a chest that the player can use to store items. Whenever the player buys a Rotom appliance from Ginter, it is automatically sent to Your Quarters and placed on a predesignated spot here.
The Training Grounds is located in the northwest of town. It consists of a large building with a Pokémon battlefield in front of it, all surrounded by a wooden fence.
The Folk Shrine is located in the northwest of town.
Charm Lady Lucille can be found praying to the shrine guardian here. Lucille sells the player protective charms.
Charms can come in one of 5 different colors, with each color indicated in the item's name with a letter (R, B, P, T, Y). The cost of the charm depends on the number of charms of the same type that the player already has in their satchel. The charm received is always the first charm of that type in color order that is not already in the player's satchel; if the player already has all 5 colors of a charm in their satchel, Lucille refuses to sell that charm.
Tsumugi, who is beside the item storage chest at the Front Gate, remarks on how Zisu wants to set up a dojo to teach everyone how to battle Pokémon. This is a reference to the Trainers' School in Jubilife City.