Kitakami Road

Kitakami Road キタカミ街道
Kitakami Road
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Location: Southern Kitakami
Region: Kitakami
Generations: IX
Kitakami Kitakami Road Map.png
Location of Kitakami Road in Kitakami.
Pokémon world locations

Kitakami Road (Japanese: キタカミ街道 Kitakami Road) is a large area located in Kitakami.


Kitakami Road is a large area at the southernmost point of Kitakami. To the north is Mossui Town, which is connected by a long, paved road with a bus stop, where buses only stop a few times a day. To the west of the road is a small plain with some tall cliffs that lead to Apple Hills, featuring a variety of small circular caves in the side of the cliffs. The area east of the road connects to Mossfell Confluence. This side of the area also features a river containing Water-type Pokémon, and can only be traversed via the bridge in Mossui Town, or by riding Koraidon or Miraidon.

As the road approaches Mossui Town, wooden lamposts begin to line the edges of the road, which automatically turn on during the night. Increasingly steep fields of crops are found towards the end of the road, adorned by equipment such as shovels or wheelbarrows.

The road leading to Mossui Town
at night
The westward hills featuring
a cave entrance

Places of interest



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Reason: This list was automatically generated, and needs to be verified in game.
How does level scaling effect the level ranges?
Pokémon Games Terrain Levels Probability Weight Group Rate Group Pokémon
S V 9-12 300 × ×
S V 9-12 250 250 0 0 × ×
S V 9-12 50 × ×
S V 9-12 500 × ×
S V 9-12 400 × ×
S V 9-12 300 300 0 0 × ×
S V 9-12 700 × ×
S V 9-12 300 × ×
S V 9-12 300 × ×
S V 9-12 300 × ×
S V 9-12 300 × ×
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.
Probability weight indicates the likelihood that a Pokémon will spawn at a certain point in this location relative to others that can spawn there. A higher probability weight generally indicates that a Pokémon is more likely to spawn.
Pokémon with the highest or lowest level requirements may not spawn in every possible location within this area.


Trainer Pokémon
Kazuaki the Festival Boy
カズアキ Kazuaki
Reward:  400/2,200
  Geodude Lv.10/55

No item
  Geodude Lv.10/55

No item
Makoto the Festival Boy
マコト Makoto
Reward:  440/2,240

  Poliwag Lv.11/56

No item
  Volbeat Lv.11/56

No item
Mayu the Festival Girl
マユ Mayu
Reward:  480/2,160

  Surskit Lv.10/54

No item
  Chingling Lv.12/54

No item
Shinsaku the Ruffian
シンサク Shinsaku
Reward:  576/2,784

  Wooper Lv.12/55

No item
  Ekans Lv.12/58

No item


Games Location Song name Composition Arrangement
 S  V  When first entering
The Hidden Treasure of
Area Zero*
Unknown Unknown
Everywhere Kitakami* Unknown Unknown
During a wild
Pokémon battle
Battle! (Wild Pokémon—Kitakami)* Unknown Unknown
Song names marked with an asterisk are unofficial, as they have not received a soundtrack release.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 北上街道 Běishàng Jiēdào
Mandarin 北上街道 Běishàng Jiēdào
  French Route de Septentria
  German Kitakami-Straße
  Italian Via Nordivia
  Korean 북신 가도
  Spanish Carretera de Noroteo

Mossui TownKitakami Hall
Kitakami RoadApple HillsLoyalty PlazaReveler's Road
Mossfell ConfluenceFellhorn GorgeOni MountainOni's MawDreaded Den
Infernal PassCrystal PoolChilling WaterheadWistful Fields
Paradise BarrensKitakami WildsTimeless Woods
Access to
PaldeaBlueberry Academy (Terarium)
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