Sightseer (Trainer class)

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かんこうきゃく Sightseer
SM Sightseers Saito.png
Art from Sun and Moon by Naoki Saito
Other names
Introduced in Generation VII
Appears in Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
Battle Revolution, Masters EX
Gender Both
Counterpart Tourist
Notable members Naomi
Anime debut
TCG debut Lost Thunder
TCG card Sightseer
Manga debut {{{manga}}}

A Sightseer (Japanese: かんこうきゃく Sightseer) is a type of Pokémon Trainer that debuted in the Generation IV games, where they appeared in Pokémon Battle Revolution. They later made their core series debut in Pokémon Sun and Moon.

They are very similar to the Tourist Trainer class from Generation VI. In Generation VII, Sightseers are depicted as young men and women in light summer wear, with hats and sunglasses, holding smartphones. They typically use the Kantonian variants of Pokémon that have regional forms in Alola. In the Battle Royal Dome, Sightseers specialize in Electric-, Ghost-, and Steel-type Pokémon.

Two Sightseers of different genders can team up in a Double Battle as Honeymooners. Alternatively, a Sightseer paired with a Punk Girl or Bellhop, depending on the gender, forms a Tourist Couple.


Sprites and Models

In the core series

In-battle models from
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
VS sprites from
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
Overworld models from
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon

In other games

Overworld models from
Masters EX
VS models from
Masters EX

Trainer list

Pokémon Sun and Moon

See more:
List of Battle Royal Dome Trainers/Sightseer
List of Battle Tree Trainers/Sightseer

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Masters EX

Main article: Naomi (Masters)

Sightseer Naomi forms a sync pair with Sandslash in Pokémon Masters EX. Naomi became a playable sync pair on September 15, 2022.

Sync Dex Trainer NDex Pokémon Type Weakness Role Base Potential Availability
#154   Sightseer
#0028   Sandslash
  ★★★ Costume Event
Super Tour Guide Rosa

In the manga

A male Sightseer in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

In Truth and the Mastermind Behind Team Skull, a male Sightseer was seen running away in horror from the Ultra Beasts that showed up in Alola. Later, a female Sightseer was seen at Hokulani Observatory.

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Sightseer in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Related cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a green background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Sightseer Su Lost Thunder   189/214 Thunderclap Spark   056/060
      SM-P Promotional cards   308/SM-P
      Tag Team GX Deck Build Box   021/029
Yellow A Alternate cards   189a/214 Miracle Twin   094/094
      Tag All Stars   149/173
      Tag All Stars   192/173


In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 觀光客 Gūngwōnghaak
Mandarin 觀光客 Guānguāngkè *
游客 Yóukè *
  French Vacancier ()
Vacancière ()
  German Urlauber ()
Urlauberin ()
  Indonesian Turis
  Italian Vacanziera
  Korean 관광객 Gwan-gwanggaek
  Brazilian Portuguese Excursionista
  Spanish Veraneante*


  1. Naoki Saito's Twitter [1]

Trainer classes in the Pokémon core series
Alola Ace DuoAce TrainerAether Branch ChiefAether FoundationAether Foundation Employee
Aether PresidentAthletic SiblingsBackpackerBeautyBellhopBlack BeltCaptainCollectorCookDancer
Eevee UserElite FourEspeon UserFirefighterFishermanFlareon UserGAME FREAKGentlemanGlaceon User
Golf BuddiesGolferHikerHoneymoonersIsland KahunaJanitorJolteon UserKarate FamilyLassLeafeon User
MadameOffice WorkerPokémon BreederPokémon ProfessorPokémon TrainerPolice OfficerPreschooler
PrincipalPunk GirlPunk GuyPunk PairRising StarRising Star DuoScientistSightseerSwimmerSwimmers
Swimmer GirlsSylveon UserTeacherTeam SkullTeam Skull AdminTeam Skull BossTeam Skull Grunt
Trial GuideTwinsUmbreon UserVaporeon UserVeteranVeteran DuoWorkerYoungsterYouth Athlete
ActorUSUMCapoeira CoupleUSUMDancing FamilyUSUMKantonian GymUSUMMaster & ApprenticeUSUM
ReporterUSUMSparring PartnersUSUMSurferUSUMTeam AquaUSUMTeam FlareUSUMTeam GalacticUSUM
Team MagmaUSUMTeam PlasmaUSUMTeam Rainbow RocketUSUMTeam Rainbow Rocket GruntUSUM
Tourist CoupleUSUMUltra Forest KartenvoyUSUltra Recon SquadUSUM
Battle Tree, Battle Royal Dome, and Battle Agency only:
Battle LegendPokémon Center LadyPro Wrestler

Trainer classes in Battle Revolution
Beginning TrainerBug-Catching ManChallengerClose SiblingsColosseum LeaderColosseum Master
Cool BeautyCute ManiacElectrifying GuyFreshwomanFuture GirlGirl In LoveHardheaded GirlHigh-Tech Maniac
Hiking Club MemberHiking GirlIcy GuyJoe's GroupieKruger FamilyLeader-in-TrainingLittle QueenLone Wolf
Magician's ApprenticeMaster ClassMature CoupleMay-December CoupleMuddy BoyNew StarNoviceOrdinary GuyOrdinary Lady
Passionate ManPassionate RiderPicnic GirlPikachu FanPoison Tongue BoyPokétopia MasterRookieSashay Fan Club
Sci-Fi ManiacShocking GirlSightseerSprout TrainerSteel SpiritStubborn BoySwimming ChampSwimming Club Member
Three BrothersThree SistersTomboyTraveling GuyTraveling LadyTwin BrothersTwin SistersYouthful Couple

Pasio Trainer classes
Ace TrainerAether FoundationAether Foundation EmployeeBeautyBlack BeltCamperCollectorHex Maniac
HikerLassMasked ManMasked WomanPoké FanPokémon RangerPreschoolerPunk Girl
Rising StarScientistSightseerStreet ThugSwimmerTeam Aqua GruntTeam Flare Grunt
Team Galactic GruntTeam Magma GruntTeam Plasma GruntTeam Rocket GruntTeam Yell GruntYoungster

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