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Secret Techniques (Japanese: ヒジュツ Secret Technique) are skills that a partner Pikachu or Eevee can learn and use outside of battle in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!. Like HM moves or Poké Rides, Secret Techniques can clear obstacles or transport the player.

According to the captain of the S.S. Anne, Secret Techniques are typically performed by humans, but the player's partner has an unusual affinity for the abilities, and is able to perform them for the player.

After the player has become Champion, they gain the ability to ride Charizard, Aerodactyl, or Dragonite in the sky, allowing them to bypass Chop Down and Sea Skim obstacles.

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List of Secret Techniques

Image Name Use Location Equivalent HM
Secret Technique Chop Down.png Chop Down icon.png
Chop Down
Allows the player to cut down small trees. S.S. Anne HM01 (Cut)
Secret Technique Sky Dash.png Sky Dash icon.png
Sky Dash
Allows the player to fly to places they've already been to. Celadon City HM02 (Fly)
Secret Technique Sea Skim.png Sea Skim icon.png
Sea Skim
Allows the player to surf across water.
If the player's Buddy is Gyarados or Lapras, they will ride the Pokémon, instead.
Fuchsia City HM03 (Surf)
Secret Technique Strong Push.png Strong Push icon.png
Strong Push
Allows the player to move heavy blocks of stone. Fuchsia City HM04 (Strength)
Secret Technique Light Up.png Light Up icon.png
Light Up
Allows the player to light up dark caves. Route 2 HM05 (Flash)

Gallery

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 秘術 Beiseuht
Mandarin 秘術 / 秘术 Mìshù
The Netherlands Flag.png Dutch Geheime techniek
France Flag.png French Technique Secrète (TS)
Germany Flag.png German Geheime Technik
Italy Flag.png Italian Tecnica Segreta
South Korea Flag.png Korean 비술 Bisul
Portugal Flag.png European Portuguese Técnica Secreta
Russia Flag.png Russian Секретное умение Sekretnoye umeniye *
Секретный приём Sekretnyy priyom *
Spain Flag.png Spanish Técnica Secreta

Chop Down

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ケサギリ Diagonal Cut
Chinese Cantonese 袈裟斬 Gāsāzhǎn
Mandarin 袈裟斬 / 袈裟斩 Jiāshāzhǎn
France Flag.png French Tranchage
Germany Flag.png German Spaltschnitt
Italy Flag.png Italian Fendente
South Korea Flag.png Korean 사선베기 Saseonbegi
Russia Flag.png Russian Лесная Просека Lesnaya Proseka
Spain Flag.png Spanish Tala

Sea Skim

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ミズバシリ Water Glide
Chinese Cantonese 水上飄 Séuiseuhngpīu
Mandarin 水上飄 / 水上飘 Shuǐshàngpiāo
France Flag.png French Navigation
Germany Flag.png German Wellenspurt
Italy Flag.png Italian Scivolacqua
South Korea Flag.png Korean 물결타기 Mulgyeoltagi
Russia Flag.png Russian Морское Скольжение Morskoye Skol'zheniye
Spain Flag.png Spanish Surcaaguas

Sky Dash

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ソラワタリ Sky Ferry
Chinese Cantonese 凌空渡 Lìhnghūngdouh
Mandarin 凌空渡 Língkōngdù
France Flag.png French Envol
Germany Flag.png German Himmelsritt
Italy Flag.png Italian Solcanubi
South Korea Flag.png Korean 하늘날기 Haneullalgi
Russia Flag.png Russian Стремительный Полёт Stremitel''nyy Polyot
Spain Flag.png Spanish Surcacielos

Strong Push

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese オシダシ Thrust
Chinese Cantonese 推山掌 Tēuisāanjéung
Mandarin 推山掌 Tuīshānzhang
France Flag.png French Main-Forte
Germany Flag.png German Wuchtstoß
Italy Flag.png Italian Spinta
South Korea Flag.png Korean 밀어내기 Mir-eo-naegi
Spain Flag.png Spanish Empuje

Light Up

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese カガヤキ Shine Out
Chinese Cantonese 炫光閃 Yuhngwōngsím
Mandarin 炫光閃 / 炫光闪 Xuànguāngshǎn
France Flag.png French Lumière
Germany Flag.png German Lichtflut
Italy Flag.png Italian Bagliore
South Korea Flag.png Korean 반짝이기 Banjjag-igi
Spain Flag.png Spanish Fulgor

See also


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