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{{incomplete|article|HGSS overhead map}}
{{Infobox location
|image=HGSS Tohjo Falls-{{#switch: {{#time: G}}|4|5|6|7|8|9=Morning|10|11|12|13|14|15|16=Day|17|18|19=Evening|20|21|22|23|0|1|2|3=Night}}.png
In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, there is a [[cave]] hidden beneath the waterfall where the player {{pkmn|battle}}s [[Giovanni]] through a {{pkmn2|event|Nintendo event}}. If the player simply enters the cave during regular gameplay, s/he will find an empty cave with a broken radio. Outside the event, this cave is otherwise useful for collecting [[item]]s found via {{m|Rock Smash}} without any concern of a [[wild Pokémon]] encounter.
 
TheAlso battle music has suffered changes between the original games and their remakes. Inin Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, after beating the {{DL|Elite Four|Kanto/Johto Elite Four|Elite Four}} for the first time and boarding the [[S.S. Aqua]], the battle music in the Tohjo Falls (as well as in {{ka|Victory Road}}, {{rt|26|Kanto|Routes 26}}, {{rtn|27|Kanto}}, and {{rtn|28|Kanto}}) changes from the Johto style to the Kanto style. This change was not present in the original {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} nor in {{game|Crystal}}.
 
==In the games==
[[File:Tohjo Falls GSC.png|thumb|right|The Tohjo Falls in [[Generation II]]]]
===Items===
{{Itlisth|cave}}
|move1=Outrage|move1type=Dragon|move1cat=Physical|move2=Leer|move2type=Normal|move2cat=Status|move3=Sucker Punch|move3type=Dark|move3cat=Physical|move4=Dizzy Punch|move4type=Normal|move4cat=Physical}}
}}
 
===Layout===
{{incomplete|section|HGSS overhead map}}
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{| style="margin:auto; background: #000; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/med|cave}}"
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}; {{roundytl|5px}};" | Version
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}; {{roundytr|5px}};" | Layout
|- style="background:#000"
! style="background:#{{gold color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|Gold}}
| rowspan="3" | [[File:Tohjo Falls GSC.png|240px]]
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! style="background:#{{silver color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|Silver}}
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! style="background:#{{crystal color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Crystal Version|Crystal}}
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| colspan="5" style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}; {{roundybottom|5px}};" |  
|}
 
===Eyecatch===
 
===Name origin===
The name ''Tohjo'' is an anagram of ''Johto'', but it can also refer to the location of the falls as a boundary between the two regions[[region]]s: at the end of Kan'''to''' and the beginning of '''Joh'''to. Its Korean name is a portmanteau of 관동관'''동''' ''Gwan'''dong''''' (KantoKan'''to''') and 성도'''성'''도 '''''Seong'''do'' (Johto'''Joh'''to), while its Chinese name is both an inversion of 城都 ''Chéngdū'' (Johto) and a portmanteau of 關'''''' ''Guān'''dū''''' (KantoKan'''to''') and ''''''都 '''''Chéng'''dū''.
 
==In other languages==
[[Category:HeartGold and SoulSilver locations]]
[[Category:Waterfalls]]
 
[[it:Cascate Tohjo]]
 
[[de:Tohjo-Fälle]]
[[fr:Chutes Tohjo]]
[[it:Cascate Tohjo]]
[[ja:トージョウのたき]]
[[zh:都城瀑布]]
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