A Pecha Berry (Japanese: モモンのみ Momon Fruit) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation III. It cures a Pokémon of poison.
It is the spiritual successor of the PSNCureBerry from Generation II.
In the core series games
In the Generation V games, the Pecha Berry can be sold to the gourmet maniac on Route 5 for 20.
If the holder is poisoned, it will consume its held Pecha Berry and cure it of poison. When forcibly consumed via Fling, Pluck, Bug Bite, or Item Urge, it also cures the consumer of poison.
When used from the Bag on a Pokémon, it cures that Pokémon of poison. This consumes the Pecha Berry.
In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, it can be used to cure a poisoned Pokémon, or thrown near wild Pokémon to draw their attention.
In Pokémon Emerald, the player can exchange a Pecha Berry for a Protein if the Favor Lady asks for 'something slippery' in the Lilycove City Pokémon Center.
In Pokémon Platinum, the player can exchange Pecha Berries for accessories at the Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop:
- 1 Pecha Berry for a White Flower
Pokémon Dream World
In the Pokémon Dream World, the player could exchange Berries for Décor. The following Décor required Pecha Berries.
|Plain Catalogue||Plain Sofa|| 45 Pecha Berries|
45 Cheri Berries
|Plain Catalogue||Plain Bed|| 40 Pecha Berries|
40 Cheri Berries
20 Sitrus Berries
|Plain Catalogue||Round Window|| 15 Pecha Berries|
10 Oran Berries
|Plain Catalogue||Gothic Dresser|| 40 Pecha Berries|
10 Cheri Berries
|Plain Catalogue||Gingerbread House|| 300 Pecha Berries|
300 Cheri Berries
300 Oran Berries
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Whismur Doll||50 Pecha Berries|
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Skitty Doll||50 Pecha Berries|
|Pokémon Doll Catalogue||Happiny Doll||50 Pecha Berries|
In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, the player can exchange Pecha Berries for Stickers at the Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop:
- 3 Pecha Berries for Heart Sticker A
- No. 03
- Size: 1.6" (4.0 cm)
- Firmness: Very soft
Pokémon X and Y
Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
|Artwork from Ruby and Sapphire||Ingredient artwork from Sword and Shield||My Pokémon Place artwork||Artwork from
Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
Scarlet and Violet
|Berry Tag Sprite (Generation III)||Berry Tag Sprite (Generation IV)||Bag sprite from Legends Arceus|
In spin-off games
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series
The Pecha Berry appears in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series.
It is a food item that heals the Poisoned and Badly Poisoned status conditions and fills Belly by 5RBTDSGtI/2SMD.
|Artwork from Rescue Team DX|
|Sprite from Red and Blue Rescue Team||Sprite from Explorers series||Sprite from Gates to Infinity||Sprite from
Super Mystery Dungeon
Rescue Team DX
|Model from Gates to Infinity|
and Super Mystery Dungeon
Pokémon: Magikarp Jump
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In Pokémon: Magikarp Jump, Pecha Berries can appear as food that can be consumed by Magikarp.
In the anime
Pecha Berries debuted in The Lotad Lowdown, where they were being grown at the Pretty Petal flower shop.
In All in a Day's Wurmple, May brought a couple of Pecha Berries for herself and Forrest Franklin to eat.
In A Corphish Out of Water, Ash and Pikachu found a Pecha Berry tree. However, before they could eat any of the Berries, they were chased away by an angry Shroomish, which Ash had accidentally stepped onto.
In Just One of the Geysers, Pecha Berries were inside Brawly's fridge.
In Pokéblock, Stock, and Berry, Pecha Berries were being sold at the Lilycove Berry Market.
In Berry, Berry Interesting, May picked a few Pecha Berries from a garden so she could blend them with other Berries and produce Pokéblocks for her Pokémon.
In A Real Cleffa-Hanger, Misty picked Pecha Berries for herself and Max.
In On Cloud Arcanine, a wild Arcanine took Pecha Berries from a valley full of Pecha trees to feed its Growlithe puppies.
In Slaking Kong!, Team Rocket made a group of wild Aipom bring them a variety of Berries, including Pecha Berries.
In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Team Go-Getters Out of the Gate!, Pecha Berries were under the possession of Team Go-Getters. However, the Pecha Berries, along with most of their other Berries, were eaten by Ekans of Team Meanies.
Pecha Berries appeared in Like It or Lup It!.
In Crossing Paths, James and Meowth picked Pecha Berries.
Pecha Berries appeared in Hungry for the Good Life!.
In Arceus and the Jewel of Life, Pecha Berries were in a Berry basket.
In The Brockster Is In!, Brock cured Ash's Pikachu with a Pecha Berry. Later, he used a medicine made from a Pecha Berry to medicate a group of poisoned Pokémon.
In Ash and Trip's Third Battle!, Cilan used a Pecha Berry in his cooking.
In White—Victini and Zekrom and Black—Victini and Reshiram, multiple Pecha Berries were in Eindoak Town.
Pecha Berries appeared in The Beartic Mountain Feud!.
In Rocking the Virbank Gym! Part 2, Roxie gave Ash's Pignite and Pikachu one Pecha Berry each, helping them recover from the poison inflicted on them by her Pokémon.
Pecha Berries appeared in Eevee & Friends.
In A Stealthy Challenge!, Clemont cured Sanpei's Greninja from its poison with a Pecha Berry.
In Under the Pledging Tree!, Ash's gift to his Pokémon included Pecha Berries.
In A Fork in the Road! A Parting of the Ways!, Pecha Berries were growing in Dr. White's garden.
In Good Friends, Great Training!, Pecha Berries were in a pile of Berries being eaten by Meowth.
In Performing with Fiery Charm!, a Performer competing in the Dendemille Showcase Rookie Class used Pecha Berries in her Poké Puffs.
In Pikachu and the Pokémon Music Squad, Pecha Berries were on a large tree.
In Adventures in Running Errands!, Pecha Berries were at a Pokémon Center.
In A Performance Pop Quiz!, Pecha Berries were used as a part of the Anistar City Showcase.
In Mega Evolution Special IV, Alain used a Pecha Berry to cure his Charizard from the poison inflicted on it by a Trainer's Mega Venusaur's Venoshock.
In From A to Z!, Dedenne offered a Pecha Berry to Squishy, but it refused to take it, instead using sunlight as its energy source.
In A Dancing Debut!, Pecha Berries were seen during the Couriway Town Showcase and later as a part of Ash and his friends' meal.
Pecha Berries appeared in the Poké TV segment of Making Friends and Influencing Villains!.
In Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel, Pecha Berries were at the Nebel Plateau.
In Battling With a Clean Slate!, Ash and his friends used Pecha Berries as ingredients for a feast at Professor Sycamore's laboratory.
In The Guardian's Challenge!, a Pecha Berry was seen as a part of the meal Mallow made for Ash and his classmates' Pokémon.
Pecha Berries appeared in First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style! and A Seasoned Search!.
Pecha Berries appeared in A Team-on-Team Tussle!.
Pecha Berries appeared in Lulled to La-La Land!.
In the Poké Problem extra scene in SM035, Mallow used Pecha Berries as ingredients to make a less spicy version of the "Akala Curry" for Snowy, who had been unwilling to eat the spicy food.
In Fighting Back the Tears!, Professor Burnet's Munchlax offered a Pecha Berry to Mareanie, but she didn't want it.
In A Mission of Ultra Urgency!, Pecha Berries were in the Ultra Guardians' medical kit. Team Rocket was also seen picking up some Pecha Berries in a forest.
In Acting True to Form!, Pecha Berries were in the pile of Berries in Bewear's den.
In the banned episode SM064, a group of Passimian were playfully throwing Pecha Berries at each other.
In Love at First Twirl!, a Pecha Berry was a part of a meal Ash had made for his Pokémon.
In The Dealer of Destruction!, Kiawe gave Ash a Pecha Berry to heal his Pikachu from the poison inflicted on him by Guzma's Golisopod's Poison Jab.
In A Little Rocket R & R!, Ash gave his Pikachu a Pecha Berry to heal the Mouse Pokémon from the poison inflicted on him by a Team Rocket Grunt's Toxicroak's Sludge Bomb.
In Crowning the Chow Crusher!, Pecha Tart was one of the dishes served during the Pokémon Grand Eating Contest.
In Healing the Healer!, Goh used Pecha Berries to heal a Suicune from the poison inflicted on it by a group of Pokémon hunters.
In JN142, Pikachu brought Meowth a Pecha Berry to heal the poison affecting him, after recalling how Ash had once done the same to him.
In the manga
Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure
In Jō VS Team Rocket, Jō used a Pecha Berry to cure his Totodile from the poison inflicted on it by Ariana's Gloom's Poison Powder.
Ruby & Sapphire chapter
In Nixing Nuzleaf, Ruby picked some Pecha Berries from a Berry tree.
In Tripped Up by Torkoal, Ruby took out multiple Berries, including a Pecha Berry, to be used for Berry Blending.
Emerald used several Pecha Berries off-panel during his Battle Pike challenge to cure his Pokémon. Unfortunately, he ran out of them just before reaching Lucy in Moving Past Milotic, making him unable to cure his badly poisoned Pokémon without switching them out to activate Natural Cure.
In Sneaky Like Shedinja II, a Pecha Berry was seen amongst the Berries that Emerald's Sceptile sliced with Leaf Blade for its Trainer to eat.
Diamond & Pearl chapter
In Problematic Probopass and Mad Magnezone II, a Pecha Berry was seen amongst the many Berries that Cyrus's Probopass's Mini-Noses dug out of Lax's fur while trying to retrieve Cyrus's camera which Lax had hidden inside its fur.
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon chapter
In The Final Match and a Surprising Finale!, Gladion used a Pecha Berry to heal his Porygon from the poison inflicted on it by Moon's Alolan Grimer's Poison Gas.
In Homecoming and the Brilliant Professional Golfer, Pecha Berries were in the pile of Berries gathered by a group of Pokémon at Lush Jungle while helping Moon in her search for a special Mirage Berry.
In the TCG
The following is a list of cards named or holding a Pecha Berry.
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
|Piplup||Majestic Dawn||72/100||PPP Promotional cards||003/PPP|
|Mewtwo LV.X Collection Pack||002/012|
The Pecha Berry's design and name may be based on peaches.
|Japanese||モモンのみ Momon no Mi||From 桃 momo, peach|
|English||Pecha Berry||From peach|
|French||Baie Pecha||From pêche|
|German||Pirsifbeere||From Pfirsich, peach|
|Italian||Baccapesca||From pesca, peach|
|Spanish||Baya Meloc||From melocotón, peach|
|Korean||복슝열매 Boksyung Yeolmae||From 복숭아 boksung'a, peach|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||桃桃果 Táotáo Guǒ*||From 桃 táo, peach|
|甜桃 Tiántáo*||From 甜 tián (sweet) and 桃 táo (peach)|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||桃桃果 Tòuhtòuh Gwó*||From 桃 tòuh, peach|
|甜桃 Tìhmtòuh*||From 甜 tìhm (sweet) and 桃 tòuh (peach)|
|Danish||Pecha-bær||From English name|
|Finnish||Pechamarja||From English name|
|Hindi||शलजम Shalgam||From शलजम shalgam, turnip|
|Norwegian||Pecha-bær||From English name|
|Polish||Pechajagoda||From its English name|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Fruta Pêsso*||From pêssego, peach|
|Fruta Pecha*||From its English name|
|European Portuguese||Fruta Pêsso||From pêssego, peach|
|Swedish||Pechabär||From English name|
|Vietnamese||Trái Đòa||From đào, peach|
|This Pokémon article is part of Project BerryDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each Berry in the Pokémon series.|