オボンのみ Obon Fruit
｜◄ Lum Figy ► ｜
Cannot be bought
Generation III (№ 10): Spicy: 0, dry: 0, sweet: 0, bitter: 0, sour: 0 Generation IV (№ 10): Spicy: 0, dry: 10, sweet: 10, bitter: 10, sour: 10
Sitrus Berry is a Berry introduced in Generation III. It is the successor of the Gold Berry from Generation II.
If the holder's
HP reaches ½, the Sitrus Berry is consumed, and the Pokémon's health is increased by ¼ of its maximum HP. It can also be used as a Bag item, which does the same effect to the selected Pokémon.
flung, the target's health is increased by ¼ of its maximum HP.
Generation IV, it restores the Pokémon's HP by 30 points.
Hours per Stage
Minimum: 2 Maximum: 3
Closely related to ORAN. The large BERRY has a well-rounded flavor.
: Verdanturf Yellow : Fallarbor Yellow : Slateport Indigo : Lilycove Brown
Hours per Stage
Minimum: 2 Maximum: 5
Sitrus came from the same family as Oran. It is larger and smoother tasting than Oran.
Level and Flavor (When Cooked Alone)
Level ≤13; Sour Flavor
( Generation VI ) X Y
Hours per Stage
Minimum: 3 Maximum: 20
Berry Fields Mutation
Tamato Berry (grow with Lum Berry)
( Generation VI ) OR AS
Hours per Stage
Minimum: 3 Maximum: 27
(30 + 6 + 8 + 4)
Minimum: 5 Maximum: 15
Festival Plaza Pastel Yellow, Pastel Orange
( Generation VIII ) SW SH
A Berry that can be used for anything because it's not spicy and everyone can eat it.
Berry Flavor Values
Curry Flavor (When Cooked Alone)
Dry 1, Sweet 1, Bitter 1, Sour 1
( Generation VIII ) BD SP
The Sitrus Berry has no data in
. BD SP
R S E A hold item that restores 30 HP in battle.
FR LG When held by a POKéMON, it will be used in battle to restore 30 HP.
D P Pt A Poffin ingredient. It may be used or held by a Pokémon to heal the user's HP a little.
HG SS It may be used or held by a Pokémon to heal the user's HP a little.
B 2 W 2 If held by a Pokémon, it heals the user's HP a little.
X Y OR AS S M U S U M P E
SW SH A Berry to be consumed by Pokémon. If a Pokémon holds one, it can restore its own HP by a small amount during battle.
R S E Route 118, Route 119, Route 123 Lilycove City (sometimes from a man) Route 123 (can be given by the Berry Master's wife if the player has gotten all rare Berries or cannot get one) Held by wild Linoone (5%) Held by Flannery's Torkoal ( Lavaridge Town Gym) and Norman's Slaking ( Petalburg City Gym)
Held by Roxanne's Kabuto, Kabutops and Nosepass ( Rustboro City Gym; rematches), Brawly's Makuhita, Hariyama and Machamp ( Dewford Town Gym; rematches), Wattson's Magneton and Manectric ( Mauville City Gym; rematches), Winona's Dragonair and Dragonite ( Fortree City Gym; rematches), Tate and Liza's Lunatone and Solrock ( Mossdeep City Gym; rematches) and Steven's Metagross ( Meteor Falls)
FR LG Route 6, Route 23, Memorial Pillar Held by wild Raticate (5%)
D P Pt Route 210, Route 212, Route 214, Route 224, Fuego Ironworks Route 208 (can be given by the Berry Master) Pal Park (can be given by earning 3300-3499 points) Held by wild Bibarel (5%) Held by Gardenia's Roserade ( Eterna City Gym), Maylene's Lucario ( Veilstone City Gym), Wake's Floatzel ( Pastoria City Gym), Fantina's Mismagius ( Hearthome City Gym), Byron's Shieldon ( Oreburgh City Gym; rematch) , Pt Candice's Abomasnow / D P Froslass ( Pt Snowpoint City Gym, Volkner's Electivire ( Sunyshore City Gym, Cynthia's Garchomp ( Pokémon League), Fight Area ), Pt Mars' Purugly ( Lake Verity, Spear Pillar, Mt. Coronet), Jupiter's Skuntank ( Lake Verity, Galactic Eterna Building), Spear Pillar, Mt. Coronet), Saturn's Toxicroak ( Lake Valor, Team Galactic's HQ), Cyrus' Sneasel , D P Weavile, Murkrow and Pt Honchkrow ( Celestic Town , Pt Team Galactic's HQ, Spear Pillar , D P Distortion World and Pt Clay's Magmortar ( Fight Area)
HG SS Ruins of Alph southeast ruin Violet City (from a Juggler by giving him a Yellow Shard) Held by wild Furret and Linoone (5% each) Held by Bugsy's Scyther ( Azalea Town Gym), Morty's Gengar ( Ecruteak City Gym), Pryce's Piloswine ( Mahogany Town Gym), Jasmine's Steelix ( Olivine City Gym), Chuck's Poliwrath ( Cianwood City Gym), Bruno's Machamp and Hariyama (Pokémon League), Koga's Crobat (Pokémon League), Clair's Kingdra ( Blackthorn City Gym), Will's Xatu ( Pokémon League), Karen's Houndoom and Umbreon (Pokémon League), Lance's Dragonite (Pokémon League), Brock's Onix ( Pewter City Gym, Fighting Dojo), Misty's Starmie ( Cerulean City Gym), Lt. Surge's Electabuzz ( Vermilion City Gym, Fighting Dojo), Erika's Bellossom ( Celadon City Gym), Janine's Venomoth ( Fuchsia City Gym, Fighting Dojo), Sabrina's Alakazam ( Saffron City Gym), Blue's Pidgeot ( Viridian City Gym, Fighting Dojo), Teacher Clarice's Zigzagoon ( Route 14), Camper Pedro's Linoone ( Route 20), School Kid Dudley's Oddish ( Route 25), School Kid Joe's Tangela (Route 25), Lass Laura's Gloom (Route 25), Bugsy's Scizor and Vespiquen (Fighting Dojo), Morty's Drifblim (Fighting Dojo), Pryce's Mamoswine (Fighting Dojo), Chuck's Medicham and Poliwrath (Fighting Dojo), Clair's Dragonite (Fighting Dojo), Sabrina's Gallade (Fighting Dojo)
Dim Cave 100% - 0+ steps 80% - 500+ steps 64% - 1000+ steps 61% - 1500+ steps 55% - 2000+ steps 44% - 2500+ steps 42% - 3000+ steps 33% - 4500+ steps 32% - 5000+ steps 25% - 6000+ steps
Blue Lake 20% - 1000+ steps 16% - 2000+ steps 15% - 2500+ steps 13% - 3000+ steps 12% - 3500+ steps 10% - 4000+ steps 8% - 5000+ steps Winner's Path 20% - 2000+ steps 19% - 5000+ steps 18% - 7000+ steps 17% - 9000+ steps
B W Route 12, Route 15, Moor of Icirrus (given by Pokémon Rangers after defeating them) Held by wild Bibarel, Audino (5% each) and traded Basculin ( Driftveil City) Held by Cheren's Pignite/ Dewott/ Servine ( Route 4, Route 5), Preschooler Sarah's Herdier (Route 5), Preschooler Billy's Herdier (Route 5), Cheren's Liepard ( Twist Mountain, Route 10, Victory Road)
B 2 W 2 Route 4 (from a Black Belt), Village Bridge (from a girl), Route 13, Route 20, Route 23, Pinwheel Forest (given by Pokémon Rangers after defeating them) Held by wild Furret, Bibarel, Audino (5% each), traded Tangela ( Humilau City) and traded Ambipom ( Accumula Town) Held by Elesa's Zebstrika and Emolga ( Nimbasa City Gym), Burgh's Dwebble and Leavanny ( Castelia City Gym), Clay's Excadrill ( Driftveil City Gym), Skyla's Swanna ( Mistralton City Gym), Drayden's Haxorus and Druddigon ( Opelucid City Gym), Marlon's Carracosta and Jellicent ( Humilau City Gym), Shauntal's Chandelure ( Pokémon League), Marshal's Conkeldurr (Pokémon League), Grimsley's Bisharp (Pokémon League), Caitlin's Gothitelle and Metagross (Pokémon League) and Alder's Volcarona ( Floccesy Town)
X Y Route 11 Dendemille Town Pokémon Center (from a woman) Route 8 cliff, Route 9, Route 13, Route 18 east side, Route 19 east side (Use Air Cutter, Blizzard or Twister if a yellow Berry tree is present in the background of a battle) Route 18 (from Inver) Held by wild Snorlax (100%) and Audino (5%)
OR AS Route 118, Route 119, Route 123 Lilycove City (sometimes from a man) Route 123 (can be given by the Berry Master's wife if the player has gotten all rare Berries or cannot get one) Mauville City (from Inver) From Secret Pal in Super-Secret Bases Contest Hall (can be obtained from a fan after completing a Contest) Held by wild Gulpin and Audino (5% each)
U S U M Route 2, Route 3, Route 8, Route 16, Route 17 (Berry pile) Berry Fields, Royal Avenue Thrifty Megamart Route 2, Verdant Cavern (can be dropped after battling a wild Pokémon), Dividing Peak Tunnel (can be dropped after battling Kecleon) , U S U M Poni Plains (can be dropped after battling Raticate or Gumshoos), Ultra Space Wilds (can be dropped after battling Magcargo, Nuzleaf, Lombre or Audino) U S U M Held by wild Audino and Trumbeak (5%)
SW SH Watchtower Ruins, Motostoke Riverbank, Bridge Field, Hammerlocke Hills, Route 6 (shaking Berry Trees) Held by traded Kantonian Meowth ( Turffield Stadium) Max Raid Battles: Dusty Bowl, East Lake Axewell, Giant's Cap, Giant's Mirror, Hammerlocke Hills, Lake of Outrage, Motostoke Riverbank, North Lake Miloch, Rolling Fields, South Lake Miloch, Stony Wilderness
SW SH IoA Forest of Focus (shaking Berry Trees) Max Raid Battles: Challenge Beach, Challenge Road, Fields of Honor, Forest of Focus, Honeycalm Sea, Loop Lagoon, Potbottom Desert, Stepping-Stone Sea, Workout Sea
SW SH CT Slippery Slope, Ballimere Lake (shaking Berry Trees) Dyna Tree Hill (special Max Raid Battle with Greedent) Max Raid Battles: Ballimere Lake, Dyna Tree Hill, Frigid Sea, Frostpoint Field, Giant's Bed, Snowslide Slope, Three-Point Pass
Main article: Food
The Sitrus Berry also appears as an item in the
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series.
, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team and Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness , a Sitrus Berry eaten by a Pokémon or used as an item can restore the consumer's Explorers of Sky HP by 100. If the Pokémon has full HP, this item will boost the Pokémon's maximum HP by 2. It also fills the consumer's belly by 5.
, due to the removal of tbe belly mechanic in most dungeons, its effect in filling the belly is removed.
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
, it restores the consumer's HP by 200. Eating it at full HP permanently raises its max HP by 5. It has a similar effect in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon .
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX
The Sitrus Berry is based on a citron, while its name comes from "citrus", the genus of trees that grow citrus fruits, including citron. Its close family relationship with the
Oran Berry comes from that citron and orange (which the Oran Berry is based on) have the same genus.