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(Japanese: コレダ Koreda) is a character of the day who appeared in JN019. He is a world-famous movie director.

Koreda took an unknown Ditto actor under his wing. The Ditto was able to use Transform so well that it looked more real than the Pokémon it impersonated. Because of this, Koreda had high hopes of Ditto becoming a big movie star, but this also caused Koreda to become very strict towards Ditto.

Ditto was eventually cast in a movie directed by Koreda about Gardevoir twins, with Ditto portraying one of them. However, the production became difficult due to Koreda's short temper and Ditto losing its ability to transform properly. After a failed take, Koreda scolded Ditto, causing it to run away in tears. Despite what had happened, Koreda admitted to his set manager that only Ditto could play the part it was cast for. As such, production was unable to continue.

Ash, Goh, and the set manager went looking for Ditto. They found it with Team Rocket, who had befriended Ditto and taught it how to control its nerves. Ditto eventually returned to the set, and with its newfound confidence, it was able to properly transform into Gardevoir. This time, Koreda was satisfied with Ditto's performance and was able to finish his movie.



Koreda's Ditto
Ditto is a Pokémon that Koreda hired to act in his movies. It became a star with its transformation powers, which were praised to be more realistic than the actual Pokémon. However, Koreda's short temper caused Ditto start get nervous during shootings and become unable to transform properly. Scared away by his harsh words, Ditto ran away and wound up with Team Rocket, who taught it to control its nerves and transform properly again. After returning to the movie studio, Koreda was happy to see Ditto's improvement.

Ditto's only move is Transform.

Debut JN019
Voice actors
Japanese Kei Shindō

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 田中正彦 Masahiko Tanaka

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