List of items (GO)

The following is a list of items in Pokémon GO.

Bag items

These are items that are placed in the player's Bag.

Permanent items

The following items have no quantity and cannot be tossed.

Image English name Japanese name Unlock requirements Description
  Camera カメラ
Camera
In Bag from start When you encounter Pokémon in the wild, you can use your camera to photograph them.
  Camera カメラ
Camera
Level 5 (replaces previous Camera as an upgrade) A device to capture photos of Pokémon. Photos can be shared with others.
  Egg Incubator ムゲンふかそうち
Infinite Egg Incubator
In Bag from start A device that incubates an Egg as you walk until it is ready to hatch. Unlimited use!
  Mystery Box ふしぎなはこ
Mystery Box
Transfer a Pokémon from Pokémon GO to Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu!, Let's Go, Eevee!, or HOME for the first time A mysterious old box. Opening it causes a certain Pokémon to appear for a limited time.

Consumable items

These items have quantities that occupy space in the player's Bag and are consumed after use. The player starts the game with several of these items already in their Bag.

Consumable items, depending on each item, can be obtained by spinning the Photo Disc at PokéStops or Gyms, leveling up, purchasing from the Shop, completing Field or Special Research tasks, or winning Raid Battles. Many of these items require the player to be at least a certain Trainer level before becoming obtainable.

Medicines

Image English name Japanese name Unlock requirements Description
  Potion キズぐすり
Wound Medicine
Level 5 A spray-type medicine that restores the HP of one Pokémon by 20 points.
  Super Potion いいキズぐすり
Good Wound Medicine
Level 10 A spray-type medicine that restores the HP of one Pokémon by 50 points.
  Hyper Potion すごいキズぐすり
Amazing Wound Medicine
Level 15 A spray-type medicine that restores the HP of one Pokémon by 200 points.
  Max Potion まんたんのくすり
Tank-Filling Medicine
Level 25 A spray-type medicine that completely restores all HP of a single Pokémon.
  Revive げんきのかけら
Vitality Fragment
Level 5 A medicine that can revive fainted Pokémon. It also restores half of a fainted Pokémon's maximum HP.
  Max Revive げんきのかたまり
Vitality Clump
Level 30 A medicine that can revive fainted Pokémon. It also fully restores a fainted Pokémon's maximum HP.

Poké Balls

Image English name Japanese name Unlock requirements Description
  Poké Ball モンスターボール
Monster Ball
None A device for catching wild Pokémon. It's thrown like a ball, comfortably encapsulating its target.
  Great Ball スーパーボール
Super Ball
Level 12 A high-performance Ball with a higher catch rate than a standard Poké Ball.
  Ultra Ball ハイパーボール
Hyper Ball
Level 20 An ultra-performance Ball with a higher catch rate than a Great Ball.

Food

Image English name Japanese name Unlock requirements Description
  Razz Berry ズリのみ
Zuri Fruit
Level 8 Feed this to a Pokémon to make it easier to catch.
  Nanab Berry ナナのみ
Nana Fruit
Level 4* Feed this to a Pokémon to calm it down, making it less erratic.
  Pinap Berry パイルのみ
Pairu Fruit
Level 18 Feed this to a Pokémon to receive more Candy when you catch it.
  Golden Razz Berry きんのズリのみ
Gold Zuri Fruit
Level 10 Feed this to Pokémon to make it easier to catch. Works better than Razz Berry.
  Silver Pinap Berry ぎんのパイルのみ
Silver Pairu Fruit
Level 20 Feed this to a Pokémon to receive more Candy when you catch it and make it easier to catch.
  Poffin ポフィン
Poffin
None A special treat for your buddy!

Egg Incubators

Image English name Japanese name Unlock requirements Description
  Egg Incubator ふかそうち
Incubator
None A device that incubates an Egg as you walk until it is ready to hatch. Breaks after 3 uses.
  Super Incubator スーパーふかそうち
Super Incubator
None A more powerful Egg Incubator helps Eggs hatch quickly. Breaks after 3 uses.

Field items

Image English name Japanese name Unlock requirements Description
  Lucky Egg しあわせタマゴ
Lucky Egg
None A Lucky Egg that's filled with happiness! Earns double XP for 30 minutes.
  Incense おこう
Incense
None Incense with a mysterious fragrance that lures wild Pokémon to your location for 30 minutes. Its appearance changes when attracting specific Pokémon.
  Star Piece ほしのかけら
Star Piece
None A small shard of a beautiful gem. Earns 50% more Stardust for 30 minutes.
  Lure Module ルアーモジュール
Lure Module
None A module that attracts Pokémon to a PokéStop for 30 minutes. The effect benefits other people nearby.
  Magnetic Lure Module マグネットルアーモジュール
Magnet Lure Module
None An electronic Lure Module that attracts more Pokémon than usual for 30 minutes. It can also cause Evolution.
  Mossy Lure Module ハーブルアーモジュール
Herb Lure Module
None A natural Lure Module that attracts moroe Pokémon than usual for 30 minutes. It can also cause Evolution.
  Glacial Lure Module アイスルアーモジュール
Ice Lure Module
None A frosty Lure Module that attracts more Pokémon than usual for 30 minutes. It can also cause Evolution.
  Rainy Lure Module None A wet Lure Module that attracts Pokémon for 30 minutes, especially ones that love the rain. It can also cause some Pokémon to evolve.
  Mysterious Component ふしぎなパーツ
Mysterious Parts
Level 8 This appears to be what Team GO Rocket uses to hack PokéStops. Does it have another use?
  Rocket Radar ロケットレーダー
Rocket Radar
Level 8 You can use this to track down Team GO Rocket Hideouts!
  Super Rocket Radar スーパーロケットレーダー
Super Rocket Radar
Level 8 You can use this to track down Team GO Rocket Headquarters where their Boss might be!

Evolution items

Image English name Japanese name Unlock requirements Description
  Sun Stone たいようのいし
Sun Stone
Level 10 A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokémon evolve. It burns as red as the evening sun.
  King's Rock おうじゃのしるし
King's Symbol
Level 10 A rock that can make certain species of Pokémon evolve. It looks like a crown.
  Metal Coat メタルコート
Metal Coat
Level 10 A coating that can make certain species of Pokémon evolve. It is a special metallic film.
  Dragon Scale りゅうのウロコ
Dragon Scale
Level 10 A scale that can make certain species of Pokémon evolve. It is very tough and inflexible.
  Upgrade アップグレード
Upgrade
Level 10 A transparent device that can make certain species of Pokémon evolve. It was produced by Silph Co.
  Sinnoh Stone シンオウの石
Sinnoh Stone
Level 10 A special stone originally found in the Sinnoh region that can make certain species of Pokémon evolve. It is very tough and has a beautiful sheen.
  Unova Stone イッシュの石
Isshu Stone
Level 10 A rare stone that originates from the Unova region that can make certain species of Pokémon evolve. It is known for its intertwined black-and-white appearance.

Battle Passes

Image English name Japanese name Unlock requirements Description
  Raid Pass レイドパス
Raid Pass
Level 5 Pass to join a Raid Battle. You can get a free pass at Gyms once per day if you don't already have one.
  Premium Battle Pass プレミアムレイドパス
Premium Battle Pass
Level 5 A Premium Battle Pass can be used to join a Raid Battle or enter the premium GO Battle League.
  Remote Raid Pass リモートレイドパス
Remote Raid Pass
Level 5 A Remote Raid Pass can be used to join a Raid Battle remotely.
  EX Raid Pass EXレイドパス
EX Raid Pass
Level 5 Exclusive Raid Pass to join a special Raid Battle. You can use this pass only at the specified limited-time event.

Other

Image English name Japanese name Unlock requirements Description
  Rare Candy ふしぎなアメ
Mystery Candy
Level 5 A mysterious candy. When used on a Pokémon, it turns into the Pokémon's Candy.
  Rare Candy XL ふしぎなアメXL
Mystery Candy XL
Level 40 A mysterious candy. When used on a Pokémon, it turns into the Pokémon's Candy XL.
  Fast TM わざマシンノーマル
Normal Move Machine
Level 15 This Technical Machine teaches the Pokémon a new Fast Attack.
  Charged TM わざマシンスペシャル
Special Move Machine
Level 25 This Technical Machine teaches the Pokémon a new Charged Attack.
  Elite Fast TM すごいわざマシン ノーマル
Elite Normal Move Machine
None This Technical Machine lets you choose a Fast Attack to teach to a Pokémon.
  Elite Charged TM すごいわざマシン スペシャル
Elite Special Move Machine
None This Technical Machine lets you choose a Charged Attack to teach to a Pokémon.

Gifts

These items are stored in the player's Bag, but do not occupy space in it, instead having a maximum quantity.

Image English name Japanese name Unlock requirements Description Maximum quantity
  Gift ギフト
Gift
None A box that you can send to a friend. Contains a variety of useful items. 10

Unobtainable items

These are items that are used in-game, but cannot be obtained by the player and placed in their Bag.

Image English name Japanese name Unlock requirements Effect
  Premier Ball プレミアボール
Premier Ball
Level 5 Premier Balls are used to catch Raid Bosses or Shadow Pokémon after defeating them.

Upgrades

These are upgrades that increase the storage capacity of certain aspects of the game. They can be purchased with PokéCoins. Bag and Storage upgrades are not listed in the player's Bag.

Image English name Japanese name Description
  Bag Upgrade パックアップグレード
Pack Upgrade
Increases the max number of items you can carry by 50.
  Pokémon Storage Upgrade ポケモンボックスアップグレード
Pokémon Box Upgrade
Increases the max number of Pokémon you can carry by 50.
  Team Medallion A unique coin that enables a Trainer to change teams. A Team Medallion can only be purchased from the shop once per 365 days.

Unused items

These items are present in game data but cannot be acquired in-game. The identifiers for items in this internal data do not always reflect the item names visible to the player in-game, so if these items are released they may not use the same name.

Image Name
  Bluk Berry
  Wepear Berry
  Master Ball
  Honey
  X Attack
  X Defense
  X Miracle


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