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Slowpoke Temple
ヤドン寺 Yadon Temple
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Slowpoke Temple
Region Johto
Debut Enlighten Up!

Slowpoke Temple (Japanese: ヤドン寺 Yadon Temple) is an anime-exclusive location in Johto, found in between Mahogany Town and Blackthorn City. It appeared in Enlighten Up!. It is close to Lake Slowpoke.

Thousands of people come here for training. It is called the Slowpoke Temple because the area around the temple has been a home for Slowpoke for many generations. Hundreds of years ago, a priest achieved enlightenment by meditating with Slowpoke. The temple was made in his honour.

The golden Slowpoke statue

After Ash, Misty, and Brock arrived at Lake Slowpoke, they were invited by Madeleine to come along to the temple. They were surprised that the temple holds a massive golden Slowpoke statue at its heart. When having a lunch in the temple, Madeleine revealed to Ash that, a while ago, Gary had also come to the temple and had trained there.

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