- Mikan redirects here. For the Gym Leader whose Japanese name is Mikan, see Jasmine.
| Mikan Island|
ナツカン島 Natsukan Island
|Anime debut||Fit to be Tide|
| Gym info
Location of Mikan Island in the Orange Archipelago
Mikan Island (Japanese: ナツカン島 Natsukan Island) is an island in the southwestern region of the Orange Archipelago.
Places of interest
The Mikan Island Pokémon Center is located in the town. It is a large building with many windows, a square red roof, and features a large "P" over its doorway. This Pokémon Center has two floors. On the ground floor is a large front desk, seats for the Trainers, and telephones. The second floor's large windows offer a view on the ocean. It is not shown, but the Pokémon Center is most likely run by a Nurse Joy.
- Main article: Mikan Gym
The battle facility was shown to be highly automated. The battle arena can be transformed to reveal a pool underneath. The main arena's right wall can slide up like a garage door, so the challengers and Gym Leader can hit frisbees with their Pokémon's Water Gun. The left side's grandstand opens up to reveal a row of empty soda cans the challengers and Gym Leaders also hit with their Pokémon's Water Gun.
In the back, there is a large beach area where the challengers and Gym leader can compete in a Pokémon Wave Ride. There are flags indicating where a Pokémon should turn. If the challenger wins the battle, they receive the Coral-Eye Badge.
Pokémon seen on Mikan Island
In other languages
|Japanese||ナツカン島 Natsukan Tō||From the abbreviated form of 夏蜜柑 natsumikan, a yellowish orange citrus hybrid|
|English, German||Mikan Island||From mikan, a general term for Japanese citrus|
|French||Île Dame Blanche||From dame blanche, a dessert consisting of vanilla ice cream and molten chocolate|
|Italian||Isola Mikan||From English name|
|Spanish||Isla Mikan||From English name|
|Korean||서귤섬 Seogyul Seom||From 서양귤 (西洋橘) seoyanggyul, Western citrus|
|Chinese||夏干島 / 夏干岛 Xiàgān Dǎo / Hahgōn Dóu||Corruption of 夏柑 xiàgān / hahgām, natsumikan|
|Polish||Wyspa Mikan||From English name|
|Swedish||Mikanön||From English name|
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