Cinnabar Island (グレンタウン Guren Town) is an island in Kanto. The Pokémon Mansion is located here. Blaine is the resident Gym Leader here in Generation I and Generation III. The Cinnabar Lab is also located here. In Generation II, a volcano erupted leaving only the Pokémon Center and forcing Blaine to move his gym to the Seafoam Islands. The coast on the East side is famous for the Missingno Glitch.
- TM35 Metronome
- None (although Pokémon Mansion can be visited)
Cinnabar Island has a population of 33 people.
The island population is 9 people, all only present in the Pokémon Center, due to the eruption that had happened a year before the events of Pokémon Gold and Silver.
FireRed and LeafGreen adds three more people to the island, making the population 36.
In HeartGold & SoulSilver, the island's population is 9. The only building on the island is a Pokémon Center since the island has been overwhelmed by an eruption a year prior to the game's events. In addition, rocky walls can be found on the island that can be scaled by using Rock Climb.
- Cinnabar Island is based on the real-life Izu Ōshima, a volcanic island located off the coast of Japan. The volcano's last major eruption in 1986 forced a temporary evacuation of the island.
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Cinnabar Island · Seafoam Islands
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