Sitrus Berry

A Sitrus Berry (Japanese: オボンのみ Obon Fruit) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation III. It is the spiritual successor of the Gold Berry from Generation II, initially having an identical effect when used on or by a Pokémon. The effect of the Sitrus Berry was later changed in Generation IV so that it restores 25% of the user's max HP.

Sitrus Berry
オボンのみ
Obon Fruit
Bag Sitrus Berry Sprite.png
Sitrus Berry
Pokémon Global Link artwork
Introduced in Generation III
Pocket
Generation III Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries (RSE)
Generation III Bag Berry Pouch pocket icon.png Berry Pouch (FRLG)
Generation IV Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries
Generation V Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries
Generation VI Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries
Generation VII Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries
Generation VIII Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries (SwShBDSP)
Generation VIII Bag Items pocket icon.png Items (LA)
Generation IX Bag Berries pocket icon.png Berries
Flavor
Generation III
SPICY DRY SWEET BITTER SOUR SMOOTH
10 10 10 10 10 20
Generation IV/VIII
SPICY DRY SWEET BITTER SOUR SMOOTH
0 10 10 10 10 20
Natural Gift
Type Psychic
Power Gen. IV-V 60
Gen. VI+ 80
Fling
Power 10
Effect Restores 25% of max HP

In the core series games

Price

Games Cost Sell price
RSEFRLG
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
XYORAS
SMUSUM
BDSP
N/A  10
SwSh N/A  40
LA  800  200
SV N/A  20

In the Generation V games, the Sitrus Berry can be sold to the gourmet maniac on Route 5 for  20.

Effect

Held item

Generation III

When held by a Pokémon, if the holder's HP is below 50% at the end of a turn, it will consume its held Sitrus Berry and restore 30 HP.

Generation IV onward

When held by a Pokémon, if the holder's HP falls below 50%, it will consume its held Sitrus Berry and restore 25% of its maximum HP. When forcibly consumed via Fling, Pluck, or Bug Bite, it restore 25% of the consumer's maximum HP.

Due to a glitch in Generation V, dropping below half HP by taking self-inflicted damage from confusion will not activate the Sitrus Berry.

Bag item

Generation III

When used from the Bag on a Pokémon, it restores 30 HP to that Pokémon. It is consumed after use.

Generation IV onward

When used from the Bag on a Pokémon, it restores the Pokémon's HP by 25% of its maximum HP to that Pokémon. It is consumed after use.

In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, it restores the Pokémon's HP by 50% of its maximum HP, and can also be thrown near wild Pokémon to draw their attention.

Ingredient

Berry Blending
RSE When blending with NPCs, Sitrus Berries will produce the following Pokéblocks:
NPC NPCs' Berries Flavors (100 RPM) Feel
1 NPC   Sourness 12 20
2 NPCs    Sourness 10, Dryness 10 20
3 NPCs     Sourness 10, Sweetness 10 19
Blend Master   Sourness 38, Spiciness 12 43
ORAS Sitrus Berries are yellow Berries that have a low chance of producing a Pokéblock+.
Berry Crush
FRLGE Sitrus Berries have a base Berry Powder of 30 and a difficulty of 50.
With two players, this Berry will contribute 60 units of Berry Powder at 100% silkiness.
Poffin Cooking
DPPt
BDSP
When used alone, Sitrus Berries will produce Poffins with Sourness 9 and smoothness 19 when cooked in 1 minute with no spills or burns.
Ice Cream Scoop
DW
Flavor 1 Flavor 2 Flavor 3
Easy to scoop          
Stickiness             
Juice Shoppe
XY Sitrus Berries are yellow Berries in Group 2.
Composting
XY Sitrus Berries are yellow Berries.
Dye Houses
SMUSUM 15 Sitrus Berries, Qualot Berries, and Grepa Berries are used to dye any white or dyed clothing into pastel yellow.
Curry
SwSh Sitrus Berries have a rarity of 2.
Cram-o-matic
SwSh Sitrus Berries are Psychic-type items and give 2 points towards the output value.
Crafting
LA A Sitrus Berry and a King's Leaf are used to craft a Max Potion.

Exchange

Pokémon Dream World

In the Pokémon Dream World, the player could exchange Berries for Décor. The following Décor required Sitrus Berries.

Catalogue Décor Price
Plain Catalogue Plain Bed   20 Sitrus Berries
  40 Cheri Berries
  40 Pecha Berries
Plain Catalogue Spiky Plant   100 Sitrus Berries
  100 Aspear Berries
Plain Catalogue Leafy Plant   65 Sitrus Berries
  65 Persim Berries
Plain Catalogue Log Cabin   150 Sitrus Berries
  150 Persim Berries
  150 Aspear Berries
Plain Catalogue Gothic Window   70 Sitrus Berries
  70 Figy Berries
Plain Catalogue Gothic Table   40 Sitrus Berries
  30 Figy Berries
Plain Catalogue Great Ball Rug   35 Sitrus Berries
  35 Cheri Berries
  35 Oran Berries
Plain Catalogue Substitute Doll   200 Sitrus Berries
Pokémon Doll Catalogue Kecleon Doll   20 Sitrus Berries
Generation VIII

In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, the player can exchange Sitrus Berries for Stickers at the Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop:

  • 3 Sitrus Berries for Ribbon Sticker B

Description

Games Description
RSE A hold item that restores 30 HP in battle.
FRLG When held by a Pokémon, it will be used in battle to restore 30 HP.
Colo.XD A hold item that restores 30 HP in battle.
DPPt A Poffin ingredient. It may be used or held by a Pokémon to heal the user's HP a little.
HGSS It may be used or held by a Pokémon to heal the user's HP a little.
BWB2W2 If held by a Pokémon, it heals the user's HP a little.
XYORAS
SMUSUMPE
SwShBDSP
A Berry to be consumed by Pokémon. If a Pokémon holds one, it can restore its own HP by a small amount during battle.
LA A Berry that can be fed to a Pokémon to restore its HP by up to half its max. You can also throw this Berry near wild Pokémon to draw their attention.
SV If a Pokémon holds one of these Berries, it will be able to restore a small amount of HP to itself.

Tag information

  • No. 10
  • Size: 3.7" (9.5 cm)
  • Firmness: Very hard
Games Description
RSE Closely related to Oran. The large Berry has a well-rounded flavor.
DPPt
BDSP
Sitrus came from the same family as Oran. It is larger and smoother tasting than Oran.

Curry information

Games Description
SwSh A berry that can be used for anything because it's not spicy and everyone can eat it.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
RSE Routes 118, 119, and 123 Lilycove City, Route 123 (Berry Master's house)
Mossdeep Game Corner (Pokémon Jump reward)E
Held by wild Linoone (5% chance)
FRLG Routes 6 and 23, Memorial Pillar Joyful Game Corner (Pokémon Jump reward)
Held by wild Raticate (5% chance)
Colo. Agate Village
XD Reward for solving Battle CD 24 Agate Village
Reward for defeating Justy
DPPt Routes 210, 212, 214, and 224, Fuego Ironworks Route 208 (Berry Master's house)
Pal Park (score of 3300-3499)
Held by wild Bibarel (5% chance)
HGSS Ruins of Alph Violet City, Bug-Catching Contest
Pal Park (score of 3300-3499)
Held by wild Furret and wild Linoone (5% chance each)
PW Dim Cave, Blue Lake, Yellow Forest, Winner's Path
BW Driftveil City (in-game trade) Routes 12, 15 and Moor of Icirrus
Held by wild Bibarel and wild Audino (5% chance each)
B2W2 Village Bridge
Humilau City, Accumula Town (in-game trades)
Routes 4, 13, 20, and 23, Pinwheel Forest
Join Avenue (Flower Shop)
Funfest Mission Big Harvest of Berries
Held by wild Furret, wild Bibarel, and wild Audino (5% chance each)
DW* Pleasant Forest
XY Dendemille Town
Route 7 (held by wild Snorlax)
Route 11, Inverse House
Yellow Berry trees
Held by wild Audino (5% chance)
ORAS Routes 118, 119, and 123 Lilycove City, Route 123 (Berry Master's house), Inverse Battle Stop, Super Rank Pokémon Contest Spectacular (given by fan), Super-Secret Base (Gather Berries)
Held by wild Gulpin (5% chance)
SMUSUM Berry fields Routes 2, 3, 8, 16, and 17 (Berry piles)
Thrifty Megamart
Ambush encounters (Route 2; Verdant Cavern; Raticate or Gumshoos in Poni Plains; Kecleon in Dividing Peak TunnelUSUM; Magcargo, Nuzleaf, Lombre, and Audino in Ultra Space WildsUSUM)
Held by wild Trumbeak and wild AudinoUSUM (5% chance each)
SwSh Berry trees (Route 5, Watchtower Ruins, Giant's Seat, Motostoke Riverbank, Bridge Field, Hammerlocke Hills)
Max Raid Battles (Rolling Fields, East Lake Axewell, South Lake Miloch, North Lake MilochSw, Motostoke Riverbank, Stony Wilderness, Dusty BowlSw, Giant's Mirror, Hammerlocke Hills, Giant's Cap, Lake of Outrage)
Held by wild Audino and wild Greedent (5% chance each)
SwShIA Berry trees (Forest of Focus)
Max Raid Battles (Fields of Honor, Forest of Focus, Challenge Beach, Challenge Road, Loop Lagoon, Potbottom Desert, Workout Sea, Stepping-Stone Sea, Honeycalm Sea)
SwShCT Berry trees (Slippery Slope, Ballimere Lake)
Max Raid Battles (Slippery Slope, Giant's Bed, Snowslide Slope, Frigid Sea, Ballimere Lake)
BDSP Routes 210, 212, 214, and 224, Fuego Ironworks Route 208 (Berry Master's house)
Held by wild Gulpin (5% chance)
LA Grandtree Arena (×3; from Irida during Mission 7: "The Frenzy of the Lord of the Woods")
Mirelands Camp (×3; reward for completing Request 35: "Battling with Pachirisu")
Yellow berry trees (Obsidian Fieldlands, Coronet Highlands)
Blue berry trees (Crimson Mirelands, Cobalt Coastlands, Alabaster Icelands)
Dropped by wild Dartrix, Hisuian Decidueye, Quilava, Hisuian Typhlosion, Dewott, Hisuian Samurott, Raichu, Snorlax, Whiscash, Grotle, Torterra, Prinplup, Empoleon, Monferno, Infernape, Munchlax, and Ursaluna
Farm (usual berry harvest)
Ginkgo Guild cart (Tuli, after starting Mission 11: "Scaling Perilous Heights")
SV Alfornada (Emotional Spectrum Practice)
Tera Raid Battles (2★, 3★, 4★)
Sparkling overworld item (Area Zero, Pokémon League, North Province (Area Two))
Held by wild Swalot and wild Greedent (5% chance each)
SVTM Sparkling overworld item (Mossfell Confluence, Wistful Fields)
SVID Sparkling overworld item (Coastal Biome, Polar Biome, Savanna Biome)

Distribution

Games Event Language/Region Distribution period
SV Summer training support sets Japan July 22 to September 30, 2023
As a held item
Games Event Language/Region Distribution period
BWB2W2 Toler Webb's Ludicolo United States, Canada April 14, 2013
Pokémon Game Show Pokémon Japanese August 17 to 18, 2013
Yamamoto's Tournament Politoed Japanese September 29 to October 6, 2013
XYORAS Se Jun Park's Pachirisu Various Various
ORAS Mark McQuillan's Machamp Various Various
Cynthia's Garchomp All August 2 to September 29, 2016
Cyrus's Weavile Japan Various
SM 2017 World Championships Alolan Exeggutor United States August 18 to 20, 2017
SwSh Kohei Sakurai's Torkoal All July 18 to 19, 2021

Growth

Generation III
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
6 hours
 
Taller
12 hours
 
Flowering
18 hours
 
Berries
24 hours
A Sitrus plant will yield 2-3 Berries.
Generation IV
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
8 hours
 
Taller
16 hours
 
Flowering
24 hours
 
Berries
32 hours
A Sitrus plant will yield 2-5 Berries. A growing Sitrus plant's soil dries by 7% every hour, fully drying out in 15 hours.
Generation V
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
12 hours
 
Taller
24 hours
 
Flowering
36 hours
 
Berries
48 hours
A Sitrus plant will yield ? Berries.
Generation VI
Pokémon X and Y
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
8 hours
 
Growing
16 hours
 
Bigger
24 hours
 
Budding
32 hours
 
Bloom
40 hours
 
Berries
48 hours
A Sitrus plant will yield 3-20 Berries. During its growth, watering the plant adds 1.2 Berries to the final harvest, weeding it adds 0.5, and removing a pest adds 3. Sitrus plants attract Combee as pests. If grown next to each other, a Sitrus Berry and a Lum Berry may mutate into a Tamato Berry.
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
8 hours
 
Taller
16 hours
 
Flowering
24 hours
 
Berries
32 hours
A Sitrus plant will yield 3-27 Berries.
Generation VII
Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
30 hours
 
Taller
36 hours
 
Flowering
44 hours
 
Berries
48 hours
A Sitrus plant will yield 5 Berries if Isle Aplenny is at Phase 1, 10 Berries if it is at Phase 2, and 15 Berries if it is at Phase 3.
Generation VIII
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
 
Planted
0 hours
 
Sprouted
8 hours
 
Taller
16 hours
 
Flowering
24 hours
 
Berries
32 hours
A Sitrus plant will yield 2-5 Berries.

Gallery

Artwork

       
Ingredient artwork from Sword and Shield My Pokémon Place artwork Artwork from
Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
Artwork from
Scarlet and Violet


Sprites

     
Berry Tag Sprite (Generation III) Berry Tag Sprite (Generation IV) Bag sprite from Legends Arceus

In spin-off games

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series

The Sitrus Berry appears in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series.

Price

Games Cost Sell price
MDRB 4000  100 
MDTDS 2500  250 
MDGtI 2000  200 
SMD 2000  200 
MDRTDX ? 200 

Effect

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Reason: effect in Gates and DX

It is a food item that restores HP. In Red and Blue Rescue Team and Explorers, it will restore HP by 100, and fill Belly by 5. If eaten at full HP, maximum HP will also raise by 2. In Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, it will increase HP by 200 and fill Belly by 2. If eaten at full HP, it permanently increases max HP by 5.

Description

Games Description
MDRB A food item that restores HP. If the Pokémon has full HP, eating this item will slightly boost its Maximum HP. It also slightly fills the Pokémon's Belly.
MDTDS Restores HP.
MDGtI It restores HP. When HP is already full, it raises the Max HP.
SMD Eating it restores your HP. If you eat it when your HP is already full, it raises your max HP. The effect lasts forever.
MDRTDX Eating it when your HP is full will slightly increase your max HP. This effect is permanent. But if your HP isn't full when you eat it, it will just restore your HP.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
MDRB Wish Cave, Joyous Tower, Purity Forest
Buried items (Mt. Blaze Peak, Frosty Grotto, Mt. Freeze Peak, Magma Cavern Pit, Lightning Field, Northwind Field, Buried Relic)
MDTDS Various dungeons
MDGtI Various dungeons
SMD Various dungeons, Treasure Boxes, Sparkling Floors
MDRTDX Various dungeons, Treasure Boxes, Sparkling Floors

Appearance

Artwork
 
Artwork from Rescue Team DX
Sprites
         
Sprite from Red and Blue Rescue Team Sprite from Explorers series Sprite from Gates to Infinity Sprite from
Super Mystery Dungeon
Sprite from
Rescue Team DX
Models
   
Model from Gates to Infinity Model from Super Mystery Dungeon

Pokémon: Magikarp Jump

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A Sitrus Berry in Magikarp Jump

In Pokémon: Magikarp Jump, Sitrus Berries can appear as food that can be consumed by Magikarp.

Pokémon Sleep

 
Sitrus Berry in Pokémon Sleep

The Sitrus Berry is available in Pokémon Sleep as one of the Berries that can be gathered by helper Pokémon and fed to Snorlax.

Effect

Sitrus Berries raise Snorlax's Strength, doubling the effect if the Berry is Snorlax's favorite. The base amount of Strength raised by the Berry is determined by the level of the helper Pokémon that gathered it.

Notes

Games Description
Sleep Sitrus came from the same family as Oran. It's larger and smoother-tasting than Oran.

Acquisition

Sitrus Berries can be gathered by Rock-type helper Pokémon in the player's team. Like all Berries in the game, gathered Sitrus Berries do not go into the player's inventory and instead are immediately eaten by Snorlax.

Pokémon UNITE

In Pokémon UNITE, Sitrus Berries appear on all of the game's stages. In the Standard Battle and Ranked Battle stages of Remoat Stadium and Theia Sky Ruins, they appear in pairs just behind the forward-most goal zones of each team. Other stages in the game follow this pattern as well. In Mer Stadium, only one of the two Sitrus Berries is located on the road behind the forward-most goal zones. The other is placed just off of the road, slightly behind the first. While Auroma Park features shared goal zones, two Sitrus Berries still appear near each goal zone, although they are closer to the mouth of the upper left and bottom right corners of the map. Shivre City is an exception, featuring a string of Sitrus Berries on the paths between the goal zones.

Eating a Sitrus Berry heals the player who used it. Players are able to eat the Sitrus Berries located on the opponents' side of the map. Most player characters are unable to eat Sitrus Berries while at full health, but Greedent is allowed to do so due to its Berry focused moveset. Sitrus Berries respawn after being used when a certain amount of time has passed. However, Sitrus Berries will stop appearing and despawn if the goal zone they are associated with is destroyed.

In the anime

 
A Sitrus Berry in the anime

Sitrus Berries debuted in The Lotad Lowdown.

In Just One of the Geysers, Sitrus Berries were among the many food items seen inside Brawly's fridge.

In Pokéblock, Stock, and Berry, Sitrus Berries were seen among the many other Berries sold at the Lilycove Berry Market.

Sitrus Berries appeared in Berry, Berry Interesting.

In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Team Go-Getters Out of the Gate!, Sitrus Berries were under the possession of Team Go-Getters. Unfortunately for them, the Sitrus Berries were eaten by Ekans of Team Meanies.

Sitrus Berries appeared in Like It or Lup It!.

In Cooking Up a Sweet Story!, Sitrus Berries were seen in Abigail's Berry basket.

Sitrus Berries appeared in Hungry for the Good Life!.

In Promoting Healthy Tangrowth!, a wild Tangrowth that was using Absorb to take energy from Pokémon in order to restore a tree that had been struck by lightning left Sitrus Berries for the Pokémon it attacked.

Sitrus Berries appeared in The Beartic Mountain Feud!.

In The Island of Illusions!, a Sitrus Berry was seen at a Pokémon Center.

In A Shockingly Cheeky Friendship!, Pikachu zapped a Sitrus Berry off of a tree for the hungry Dedenne to eat.

In Grooming Furfrou!, Sitrus Berries were seen at a Furfrou grooming salon.

In Under the Pledging Tree!, Ash gave Sitrus Berries to his Pokémon as a gift.

In Good Friends, Great Training!, Sitrus Berries were seen being eaten by Meowth.

In Adventures in Running Errands!, Sitrus Berries were seen at a Pokémon Center.

In A Performance Pop Quiz!, Sitrus Berries were used as a part of the Anistar City Pokémon Showcase.

In From A to Z!, Pikachu offered a Sitrus Berry to Squishy, but it refused to take it, instead using sunlight as its energy source.

In A Fiery Rite of Passage!, Team Rocket tried to use a Sitrus Berry as a lure for a wild Litleo they were trying to catch, but were foiled when Litleo's father, a Pyroar, spotted and scorched them.

In A Dancing Debut!, Sitrus Berries were first seen during the Couriway Town Pokémon Showcase and later as a part of Ash and his friends' meal.

In A Diamond in the Rough!, Florges tried to use Sitrus Berries to lure out a Carbink causing havoc in the wetlands. However, Carbink managed to snatch the Berries without being noticed.

In Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel, Sitrus Berries were at the Nebel Plateau.

In Battling With a Clean Slate!, Ash and his friends used Sitrus Berries while making a feast at Professor Sycamore's laboratory.

In Alola to New Adventure!, a couple of Sitrus Berries were dropped by Tapu Koko.

In First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style! and One Journey Ends, Another Begins..., Sitrus Berries were at Anela's store in Hau'oli City.

In That's Why the Litten is a Scamp!, Litten was seen with a Sitrus Berry, which an Alolan Persian tried to steal from it. Later in the episode, Litten brought the Berry to an old Stoutland it was living with.

Sitrus Berries have made multiple appearances in the pile of Berries in Bewear's den during Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon.

Sitrus Berries appeared in A Team-on-Team Tussle!.

Sitrus Berries appeared in Lulled to La-La Land!.

In The Ol' Raise and Switch!, Anela gave Sitrus Berries to Ash's Rowlet, Rockruff, Litten, and Snowy. Snowy was hesitant to have one, until Litten went over to Snowy and gave her one to eat personally.

Sitrus Berries appeared in Treasure Hunt, Akala Style!, when Lana was on her first hunt for treasure on Akala Island.

In Currying Favor and Flavor!, where Ash and Pikachu found Sitrus Berries inside a hollowed-out stump in Lush Jungle while looking for a Miracle Seed to be used as a dish ingredient.

In A Mission of Ultra Urgency!, Sitrus Berries were in the Ultra Guardians' medical kit. Some of these Berries were later used to restore a Snorlax that had been drained by a Buzzwole. In the same episode, Team Rocket was also seen picking up some Sitrus Berries in a forest.

Sitrus Berries appeared in the banned episode SM064.

In Real Life...Inquire Within!, Sitrus Berries were included in the basket of Berries given to Ash and his classmates' Pokémon by Anela.

In Guiding an Awakening!, Tapu Bulu healed Lycanroc with a Sitrus Berry in between the second and third rounds of Ash's grand trial battle with Nanu.

In Parallel Friendships!, Dia's Zeraora gave Ash's Pikachu a Sitrus Berry after they had finished their training battle.

In Mind-Boggling Dynamax!, a Snorlax jumped up to eat a Sitrus Berry that fell from a tree. The Snorlax spat out a Sitrus seed that later grew into a giant tree on the Sleeping Pokémon's belly once it Gigantamaxed. The tree bore a gigantic Sitrus Berry, which Ash, Goh, Pikachu, and Scorbunny used to get the Snorlax to move away from an oncoming train.

In Healing the Healer!, Sitrus Berries were among the Berries Goh gathered for a Suicune and several forest Pokémon to eat.

In The Treasure After the Storm!, Sitrus Berries were among one of the Berries that Fuecoco was seen eating from a pile of Berries that had been gathered by the local forest Pokémon in the area. They were later seen being picked by Roy to replenish the upset Pokémon's eaten stash.

In the manga

 
Sitrus Berries in Pokémon Adventures

Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure

In Jō VS Team Rocket, tried to give the red Gyarados some Sitrus Berries after it had tired from battling, but it refused to take any until it saw Jō defending it from Ariana and Petrel. Jō also gave a Sitrus Berry to his Totodile during the battle against the two Executives.

Pokémon Adventures

Ruby & Sapphire arc

In Tripped Up by Torkoal, Ruby took out multiple Berries, including a Sitrus Berry, to be used for Berry Blending.

In I Dare Ya, Altaria... Knock Chic off My Shoulder!, a Sitrus Berry appeared amongst the Berries that Sapphire had collected during her travels.

Diamond & Pearl arc

In Dramatic Drapion & Crafty Kricketune II, a Sitrus Berry was one of the Berries that Lax flung at the two Scientists who were chasing the group, but the Scientists' Kricketune and Drapion sliced through every single Berry without effort.

In Problematic Probopass and Mad Magnezone II, a Sitrus 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.

Platinum arc

In Interrupting Ivysaur, Platinum's Empoleon, Rapidash, and Lopunny each received a Sitrus Berry during Platinum's Battle Arcade challenge as a result of the Game Board.

Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon arc

In Homecoming and the Brilliant Professional Golfer, Sitrus 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.

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure!

In Gathering of the Legendary Pokémon!, Mitsumi brought a bagful of Sitrus Berries to heal Hareta's Pokémon while facing Giratina. To everybody's astonishment, Hareta also gave a Sitrus Berry to the weakened Giratina, not wanting the battle with it be over too quickly.

In the TCG

 
Sitrus Berry
Main article: Sitrus Berry (EX Unseen Forces 91)

Sitrus Berry is a Pokémon Tool card that was first introduced in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the Japanese PCG Era, as part of the Golden Sky, Silvery Ocean set. This Trainer card allows a player to heal 30 damage from the Pokémon this card is attached to during Pokémon Checkup. This card has to be discarded afterwards.

Trivia

  • In all generations, Sitrus Berries grow into fruit-bearing trees in double the time it takes for Oran Berries to do the same.
  • This is the most common held item among the Video Game World Championships team's winners.

Origin

The Sitrus Berry's name may be based on Citrus, and its design may be based on a citron.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese オボンのみ Obon no Mi From ザボン zabon, pomelo
English Sitrus Berry From citrus
French Baie Sitrus From citrus
German Tsitrubeere From Zitrusfrucht, citrus fruit
Italian Baccacedro From cedro, citron
Spanish Baya Zidra From cítrico, citrus
Korean 자뭉열매 Jamung Yeolmae From 자몽 jamong, grapefruit
Chinese (Mandarin) 文柚果 Wényòu Guǒ* From 文旦 wéndàn (pomelo) and 柚子 yòuzi (pomelo)
香柚 Xiāngyòu* From 香欒 xiāngluán (pomelo) and 柚子 yòuzi (pomelo)
Chinese (Cantonese) 文柚果 Màhnyauh Gwó* From 文旦 màhndaan (pomelo) and 柚子 yauhjí (pomelo)
香柚 Hēungyáu* From 香欒 hēunglyùhn (pomelo) and 柚子 yauhjí (pomelo)
Danish Sitrus-bær From English name
Finnish Sitrusmarja From English name and possibly sitrus, citrus
Norwegian Sitrusbær From English name and possibly sitrus, citrus
Polish Sitrusjagoda*
Owoc Sitrus*
From English name
Brazilian Portuguese Fruta Sitrus* From English name
Fruta Cítrica* From cítrica, citric
Russian Ситрус-ягода Sitrus-yagoda From English name
Swedish Sitrusbär From English name and possibly citrus
Vietnamese Quả Obon Transliteration of Japanese name

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