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Treasures are special items for the player to collect, sell, and or to gift to other Miis. Treasures can be obtained by playing games with the Miis and winning them as well as through viewing the Mii's dreams.

There are two categories: Treasures and Special Foods. The treasures' main usage is to be sold at the Pawn Shop, however they can also be given to Miis who want to confess their love if the option "Give a present" is selected.

Special Foods costs play coins if it is offered by travelers received from StreetPass, or for free from a travel returning to their home island as a gift from their travels. The travelers will trade after the player has solved their problem, which is a random number from 1 to 10 play coins.

Tomodachi Collection Treasures

Item

Num. Order (JP)

Sell Price Description Image How to obtain
Iron 01 2,800¥ A cordless iron with a steam function.
Iron
SLR Camera 02 25,000¥ A standard single-lens reflex (SLR) camera.
SLR Camera
Puppy Plush 03 3,000¥ A cute and fluffy plush toy that makes you feel at peace.
Puppy Plush
Fan 04 500¥ In summer, it is nice to carry a fan to keep you cool.
Watch 05 9,800¥ A fashionable, luxury wristwatch.
Watch
Ocarina 06 4,000¥ A beautiful blue ocarina that produces clear sounds.
Pacifier 07 580¥ A cute pearl blue pacifier to help keep a baby quiet.
Charm 08 1,000¥ A vivid charm with gold thread to deliver peace of mind.
Charm
Paper Crane 09 100¥ A common origami. It is very neat.
Castanets 10 600¥ Cute castanets in two-tone, red and blue colors.
Castanets
Robot 11 3,980¥ This small robot can fight the evil invaders!
Brooch 12 3,000¥ It is beautiful and shiny with very delicate craftsmanship.
Brooch
Souveneir from a vacation to Italy.
Sculpture 13 5,000¥ Beautiful craftsmanship of a glass swan sculpture.
Sculpture
Key Chain 14 480¥ A classic soubenir to sahre memories from a trip.
Key Chain
Souveneir from a vacation to Hawaii
Dirty Rag 15 010¥ A very dirty rag. There is probably no use for it.
Dirty Rag
Stamp 16 500¥ A commemorative stamp with original design.
Stamp
Wooden Bear 17 6,000¥ A sturdy and very detailed carved bear from Hokkaido.
Wooden Bear
Fish Print 18 1,000¥ A splendid commemorative fish print.
Fish Print
Gold Coin 19 20,000¥ A beautiful gold coin, it seems to have very high value.
Silver Coin 20 10,000¥ A beautiful silver coin, it seems to have high value. Have a Mii level up past level 20.
Gold Medal 21 10,000¥ Congratulations for winning the first prize!
Gold Medal
Medium Prize
Stink Sock 22 010¥ It is dirty and stinky. You shouldn't try to sniff.
Stink Sock
Lose Minigame
Teddy Bear 23 3,000¥ A cute and fluffy white teddy bear.
Game Boy 24 12,800¥ Very compact system. It fits comfortably in your hand. Large Prize
Perfume 25 3,800¥ It can be used by both male and female.
Perfume
Kokeshi Doll 26 2,000¥ It always stands still quietly.
Kikeshi Doll
Bungee Rope 27 400¥ It can extend very well and is very durable.
Bungee Rope
View the "Freefall" dream
Wedding Ring 28 50,000¥ Made with a very beautiful brilliant cut diamond.
Wedding Ring
Autograph 29 100¥ It seems valuable but nobody knows whose autograph it is.
Soccer Ball 30 1,800¥ A standard black and white ball for soccer lovers.
Soccer Ball
View the "Rolling Head" dream.
Cactus 31 500¥ Despite its spines, it is very cute and tiny.
Cactus
Shisha 32 4,300¥ A classic souvenir from Okinawa. It looks heroic. Souvenir from a vacation to Okinawa
Dictionary 33 5,000¥ You can find any words in it. Really! It's unbelievable!
Dictionary
Shuriken 34 3,000¥ A ninja's throwing weapon. It looks cool with black color.
Handkerchief 35 5,000¥ A silk handkerchief with splendid embroidery border.
Crystal 36 7,000¥ An item that gives off mysterious aura.
Aquarium 37 5,000¥ For modern people who feel tired, it has healing effect.
Aquarium
Snow Dome 38 1,980¥ You can always see snow inside this little glass. It's romantic♪
Snow Dome
Spanish Fan 39 3,000¥ A folding fan that gives off gorgeous atmosphere. Souvenier from a Vacation to Spain.
Cicada Shell 40 100¥ A memento from a summer vacation.
Cicada Shell
Elephant 41 10,000¥ It is decorated with colorful gems.
Elephant
Souvenir from a vacation to Thailand
Shirt Button 42 100¥ It contains faint memory about love. It's part of life.
Shirt Button
Towel Set 43 2,000¥ High grade fluffy towel set that comes in two colors.
Towel Set
Vase 44 40,000¥ It seems to be a very valuable heirloom.
Vase
Globe ???¥
Moonstone 46 5,000¥ It came from a place so far away. A cool, precious stone.
Moonstone
View the "Space" dream.
Tissue 47 100¥ A common tissue box. It's good to have more for spares.
Tissue
Loose a Minigame.
Doorknob 48 1,000¥ Just a common doorknob. Turn it clockwise to open a door.
Doorknob
Toilet Paper 49 100¥ A regular double roll toilet paper to keep in your toilet.
Toilet Paper

Loose a Minigame.

View the "Toilets" dream.

Totem Pole 50 6,000¥ Look at it from top to bottom. An ornament with some impact. View the "Staring" dream.
Clay Figure 51 15,000¥ It was excavated from somewhere.
Clay Figure
Nest 52 5,000¥ A fine bird nest. The type of bird is still unknown.
Nest
View the "Birds" dream.
Jump Rope 53 480¥ Cute plastic jump rope.
Virtual Boy 54 15,000¥ A pleasant black & red system with a unique shape.
Virtual Boy
Harmonica 55 2,500¥ Conventional harmonica that suits a traveler's image.
Harmonica
??? 56 ???¥
Basketball 57 2,000¥ It is surprisingly heavy and is made of bouncy material.
Collection Basketball
Jigsaw 58 100¥ With just this piece, you can imagine the whole picture.
Jigsaw
??? 59 ???¥
Fireworks 60 8,800¥ A five-piece fireworks fireball.
Fireworks
Card 61 1,000¥ Playing cards made by Nintendo.
Card
Small Prize
Seal 62 2,500¥ A big stamp type seal that is easy to use.
Doll Set 63 5,000¥ The dolls' faces are drawn with brush in very good details.
Doll Set
Magazine 64 680¥ With colorful sparkle cover. A must-have for stylish people.
Magazine
Famicom* 65 14,800¥ This unique dark red system even has a microphone!
Famicom
Piggy Bank 66 2,500¥ A pink fat Piggy Bank. Isn't it a waste to break it?
Piggy Bank
French Doll 67 10,000¥ An elegant doll that resembles a beautiful french woman.
French Doll
Souvenir from a vacation to France
Old Tower 68 6,800¥ A fantastic Japanese architecture.
Old Tower
Souvenir from a vacation to Kyoto.
Bonsai 72 5,900¥ This small pine tree depicts the vast universe.
Bonsai
??? 73 ???¥
Lucky Cat 74 6,000¥ This lucky Cat will bring good luck to you.
Lucky Cat
Moss Ball 75 2,000¥ The healing green algae that makes you feel calm.
Moss Ball
Fountain Pen 76 10,000¥ A high grade fountain pen. It is a classic gift from graduation day.
Fountain Pen
Earpick 77 500¥ Made with top grade bamboo and fluffy cotton.
Earpick
Megaphone 78 700¥ A yellow plastic Megaphone. It is cheep but looks nice.
Megaphone
View the "Hey, Hey Listen!" dream.
Alarm Clock 79 2,800¥ An alarm clock with a standard alarm to wake you up.
Alarm Clock
Moai 80 20,000¥ A very unique ornament. Do you feel its existance?
Moai
Balance Toy 81 1,000¥ It is made from wood and has a cheerful design.
Balance Toy
View the "Finger Ride" dream.
Snowman 82 500¥ This one is made with a special material and will not melt.
Snowman
Signatures 83 1,000¥ A piece of paper with signatures from your friends.
Signatures
??? 84
??? 85
Note 86 N/A An appreciation note from the the residents for helping them.
Note
Solve at least 100 problems.
Bronze Cup 87 N/A Congradulations! You are a master at problem solving!
Bronze Cup
Solve at least 400 problems.
??? 88
??? 89
??? 90

Tomodachi Life Treasures

There are 152 items in total. The Japanese version has 140 items. Unavailable items will be marked with an X.

Packet of tissues (US) Paint bucket (US) Tin of paint (EU)

Item Num. Order (US) Num. Order (EU) Num. Order (JP) Sell Price Description Image
Abacus 001 001 X US: $14.00
UK: £14.00
EU:
JP:¥--
"Use this to figure out tough math equations. Or just use a calculator." (US)

"Can be used for working out tough sums. Also doubles up as a rattle" (EU)

Abbacus
Large Prize
Acorn 002 002 US: $0.10
UK: £0.10
EU: 0,10€
JP:¥
"Squirrels go nuts for these things. Find an oak tree and start shaking." (US)

"These grow into oak trees, but they're not as much fun as conkers..." (EU)

Small Prize
Ammonite fossil 003 003 US: $100.00
EU: 100,00€
JP:¥
"This dude swam the ocean during the dinosaur days. Now it's a paperweight." (US)

"One inhabited the cretaceous oceans, but now sits on a scientist's shelf." (EU)

Small Prize
Antique clock (US)

Grandfather clock (EU)

004 061 X US: $260.00
UK: £260.00
EU: 260,00€
JP:¥--
"This clock is so old that it probably has grandchildren somewhere." (US)

"Ding dong ding dong, ding dong ding dong... BONG! BONG! It's two o'clock!" (EU)

Antique clock
Large Prize
Backpack 005 004 X US: $50.00
UK: £50.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"Use this to carry all kinds of things, like toys and snacks. Oh, also textbooks." (US)

"For carrying stuff like a sandwich and a packet of crisps." (EU) "For carrying stuff on your back like a sandwich and a packet of crisps." (UK)

Large Prize
Balloon 006 005 US: $2.00
UK: £2.00
EU: 2,00€
JP:¥
"An orange balloon ready for party duty. Well, at least until the helium leaks out." (US)

"Blowing up balloons is tiring work. Use helium for floatiness and squeakiness." (EU)

Baloon
View the "Falling" Dream"

Bamboo box (US)

Bamboo clothes box (EU)

007 006 US: $10.00
UK: £10.00
EU: 10,00€
JP:¥
"Use this handmade box to store all kinds of things, like clothes and toys." (US)

"You can put stuff in this, like clothes or trinkets, or whatever you've got!" (EU)

Large Prize

Barbell (US)

Dumb-bell (EU)

008 042 US: $14.50
UK: £14.50
EU:€
JP:¥
"Pump it! Attack it! You can do it! Just remember to switch arms eventually." (US)

"Pump it, work it! Keep it up, but don't forget to change arms!" (UK)

Barbel
Medium Prize
Basketball 009 007 US: $20.00
UK: £20.00
EU:€
JP:¥
" Be the head-honcho hoopster with this bouncy orange ball of basketballness." (US)

"Learn to dribble to improve your game. And don't forget to wear a bib..." (EU)

Basketball
Large Prize
Beads 010 008 X US: $6.00
UK: £6.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"A bowl of beads, ready to be made into a necklace or braided into your hair." (US)

"This is a bowl of beads, ready to be braided into some hair." (EU) "This is just a bowl of beads, ready to be braided into some hair." (UK)

Medium Prize
Bell 011 009 US: $4.00
UK: £4.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"Give this to your cat, or put one on its collar so it can't sneak and attack you." (US)

"Equip your cat with one of these, unless you like unexpected presents." (EU) "Equip your cat with one of these. Unless you like unexpected presents." (UK)

Small Prize

Binoculars (US)

Pair of binoculars (EU)

012 087 US: $60.00
UK: £60.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"Use these to look at birds...or maybe become a world-class spy." (US)

"Eye, eye. Bet we can get a good view of anything with these." (EU)

Binoculars
Small Prize
Bonsai tree 013 011 US: $59.00
UK: £59.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"You'll learn something about yourself by caring for and shaping this tiny tree." (US)

"This tree is tiny. Careful you don't lose it down the back of the sofa." (EU)

Large Prize
Bouquet 014 012 US: $40.00
UK: £40.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"A pretty collection of flowers for that special someone in your life." (US)

"Meant for someone special, like your mum or other half. Stop sniffing them!" (EU)

Large Prize
Bowling ball 015 013 X US: $35.00
UK: £35.00
EU:€
JP:¥--
"This ball is the perfect weight for you. Just what you need for a bowling night." (US)

"With your own ball every throw will be a strike (or if you're no good, a split)." (EU)

Bowling Ball
Medium Prize
Box of matches 016 014 US: $1.00
UK: £1.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"Use this to (safely) start a campfire. if you get them wet, they are worthless." (US)

"By far the easiest way of lighting campfires, unless it's raining..." (EU)

Box of Matches
View the "Stick Figure" dream.
Box of tissues (EU) 017 015 US: $1.00
UK: £1.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"A simple box of tissues made from recycled paper. Gesundheit!" (US)

"You know what these are for. Remember not to blow too hard." (EU)

Loose a minigame
Brass key (US)

Random key (EU)

018 101 US: $5.00
UK: £5.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"What does this mysterious key unlock? Probably nothing all that important." (US)

"I wonder which door this key opens. Romantic? Scary more like..." (EU)

Medium Prize
Broom 019 016 X US: $3.00
UK: £3.00
EU:€
JP:¥--
"Some folks use this to clean up, others use it to fly around. To each his own." (US)

"If you're not using this to sweep up, you might try flying about on it" (EU)

Large Prize
Cane (US)

Walking stick (EU)

020 139 US: $30.00
UK: £30.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"This will help you get around if your bad knee starts acting up." (US)

"The best way to ensure you don't keel over when you're on your daily stroll." (EU)

Cane
View the "The Future" dream. (US)

View the "20XX" dream. (EU)

Carnation 021 018 US: $10.00
UK: £10.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"Give this to your prom date or maybe to your mom for Mother's Day." (US)

"The perfect gift on Mothering Sunday. If you remember, that is..." (EU)

Medium Prize
Chattery teeth (US)

Set of wind-up teeth (EU)

022 116 X US: $2.50
UK: £2.50
EU:€
JP:¥--
"Either granny lost something important or this is one of those toothy toys." (US)

"No, grandma's false teeth aren't haunted. It's just a wind-up toy." (EU)

Medium Prize
Chess piece 023 019 X US: $10.00
UK: £10.00
EU:€
JP:¥--
"Bwaha! Checkmate! Wait-- I have to get the king? Oh. Never mind then." (US)

"I've taken your queen. Checkmate. What? I have to get the king too?" (EU)

Medium Prize
Clay figure 024 020 US: $100.00
UK: £100.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"This clay figure looks sort of familiar. Did you find it in the ground?" (US)

"Can't help feeling we've seen this odd clay figure somewhere before..." (EU)

Medium Prize
Clothespin (US)

Clothes peg (EU)

025 021 US: $0.30
EU:€
JP:¥
"For hanging your clothes out to dry or shielding your nose from a bad smell." (US)

"For hanging up washing, or keeping away really bad smells." (EU)

Small Prize
Collar 026 022 US: $7.00
UK: £7.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"Give your poochie a perk with this brand-new genuine-leather collar." (US)

"Not a fashion accessory, unless you're a dog, cat or pot-bellied pig, that is." (EU)

Small Prize
Comb 027 023 US: $2.00
UK: £2.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"A wide-toothed comb to work through those tangles. Don't pull too hard." (US)

"Work through those tangles and split ends. You'll look better for it." (EU)

Comb
View the "Crazy Hair" dream.
Compass 028 024 US: $3.50
UK: £3.50
EU:€
JP:¥
"Use this compass to find your way back home if you ever get lost." (US)

"North - the best of all compass points. (Well, it DOES always point that way.)" (EU)

Small Prize
Conch 029 025 US: $80.00
UK: £80.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"A giant shell that has been turned into an instrument. Cheapest trumpet ever." (US)

"This has been rigged to make it easier to blow like a trumpet." (EU)

Small Prize
Copper coin 030 026 US: $50.00
EU:€
JP:¥5000
"Penny for your thoughts? Just don't spend it all in one place." (US)

"Next time you need to spend a penny make sure you've got one of these." (EU)

Bronze Coin
Gift from traveler left on the campground

Coral (US)

Piece of coral (EU)

031 094 US: $5.00
UK: £5.00
EU:€
JP:¥500

"This used to be home to thousands of microorganisms. Now it's a souvenir." (US)

"Once this was home to thousands of microorganisms. Look at it now..." (EU)

Small Prize
Cork stopper 032 027 US: $1.00
UK: £1.00
EU:€
JP:¥100

"Put a cork in it! No, don't stop talking. Just put this in that bottle over there." (US)

"Put a cork in it! No, I'm not telling you to be quiet - just how to use it!" (EU)

Small Prize
Cowbell 033 028 US: $8.00
UK: £8.00
EU:€
JP:¥800

"Everyone could use a little more cowbell. This one's from Switzerland." (US)

"You already have one, but you decided you need more of this Swiss article." (EU)

Souvenir from vacation to Switzerland

CRT television (US)

CRT TV (EU)

034 029 US: $39.00
UK: £39.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"One of those big, giant televisions from back in the day. Get help moving this." (US)

"CRT stands for cathode ray tube - the part of old TVs that made them so fat." (EU)

Large Prize
Crystal 035 030 US: $60.00
UK: £60.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Use this crystal as a paperweight. Or maybe it can see the future?! Maybe..." (US)

"This is a naturally-occuring crystal. Maybe it's a powerstone!? Maybe..." (EU)

"This is a naturally occurring crystal. Maybe it's a powerstone?! Maybe..." (UK)

Medium Prize
Cuckoo clock 036 031 X US: $130.00
UK: £130.00
EU:€
JP:¥--

"You're cuckoo if you don't want this hysterical clock in your home." (US)

"Cuckoo-cuckoo! On the hour, every hour, every day of the year..." (EU)

Large Prize
Cup and ball 037 032 US: $7.80
UK: £7.80
EU:€
JP:¥

"A simple game, but it has its charms. Not the most exciting birthday gift." (US)

"The premise is simple, but mastering this game could take a lifetime." (EU)

Small Prize
Desert sand 038 034 US: $5.00
UK: £5.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A scoop of Saharan sand brought back as a memento from a trip to Africa." (US)

"This Saharan sand was picked up on a trip through Africa." (EU)

Souvenir from vacation to Africa
Diamond 039 035 US: $500.00
UK: £500
EU:€
JP:¥

"Diamonds are someone's best friend. Jewelers, maybe? Or rich people?" (US)

"Diamonds are used to cut glass. Not this one! It's far too sparkly for that!" (EU)

Small Prize
Diary 040 036 X US: $6.00
UK: £6.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A paper friend to keep your deepest secrets. Or your not-very-deep ones." (US)

"For writing your most personal thoughts and feelings. Better keep it locked up." (EU)

Medium Prize

Die (US)

Dice (EU)

041 037 US: $1.50
UK: £1.50
EU:€
JP:¥

"You generally need two to play board games. Find another or no dice." (US)

"Without these, all those board games would make us, you know...bored." (EU)

Small Prize

Disco ball (US)

Mirrorball (EU)

042 080 US: $200.00
UK: £200.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Get down tonight. Yeah! Get down. This disco ball will help with that." (US)

"Think there about a bajillion tiny mirrors on this. Disco fever!" (EU)

Large Prize

Disposable diaper (US)

Disposable nappy (EU)

043 038 US: $0.50
UK: £0.50
EU:€
JP:¥

"Wrap your baby's bottom in this to avoid a very messy situation." (US)

"Give it a quick sniff to make sure it's not already been used, will you?" (EU)

Medium Prize
Domino 044 039 X US: $2.00
UK: £2.00
EU:€
JP:¥--

"Line up a bunch of these in some cool pattern, and them watch them tumble." (US)

"One piece of the most ruthless game known to mankind." (EU)

Small Prize
Door handle 045 040 US: $7.00
UK: £7.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Having one of these is sure to open some doors for you." (US)

Without one, you'll have trouble opening the door." (EU)

Doorknob Sprite

View the "Door" Dream

Dowsing rods 046 041 US: $1.50
UK: £1.50
EU:€
JP:¥

"Some people believe these can locate anything. What do YOU think?" (US)

"Can be used to find water, or anything else, if you believe in that kind of stuff." (EU)

Drowsing Rods

View the "Hide-and-Seek" Dream

Engagement ring 047 043 US: $500.00
UK: £500
EU:€
JP:¥

"A diamond ring with a rock the size of a small country. How could she resist?" (US)

"There's something about the glint of a cut diamond. It's mesmerising..." (EU)

Small Prize
Expensive-looking vase 048 044 US: $400.00
UK: £400
EU:€
JP:¥

"It's tempting, but don't break it. Think of all the games you could buy instead." (US)

"This family heirloom is worth a fair bit. Take care not to drop it!" (EU)

Large Prize
Fancy soap 049 045 US: $10.00
UK: £10.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Some fancy soap brought back from France. Merci for the memories." (US)

"This soap was brought back from France. Merci for the memories." (EU)

Souvenir from vacation to Paris

Faucet (US)

Tap (EU)

050 129 US: $4.80
UK: £4.80
EU:€
JP:¥

"A classic, silver faucet for the kitchen. Turn the handle to make water happen." (US)

"A classic design if ever there was one. Turn the knob to get water." (EU)

Medium Prize
Finger trap 051 046 US: $0.50
UK: £0.50
EU:€
JP:¥

"Don't put your finger in there, or you'll never get it back out. Scary." (US)

"Just don't get your fingers caught in this. You'll neverr get them back out!" (EU)

Medium Prize

Flashlight (US)

Torch (EU)

052 134 US: $5.50
UK: £5.50
EU:€
JP:¥

"Your best friend during thunderstorms. Remember to keep batteries handy." (US)

"Useless without batteries. You'll need to have some handy." (EU)

Small Prize
Foam hand 053 048 US: $1.20
UK: £1.20
EU:€
JP:¥

"Point your favorite team in the right direction with this giant foam hand." (US)

Good for pointing at the opposition. And that's about it." (EU)

Large Prize
Folding fan 054 049 US: $20.00
UK: £20.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A handcrafted silk fan from Japan. Use it to cool off or look demure." (US)

"A traditional handcrafted fan from Japan." (EU)

Souvenir from vacation to Japan
Footbag 055 050 US: $4.20
UK: $4.20
EU:€
JP:¥

"Don't even try setting foot on a college campus without one of these." (US)

"If you're full of beans, this article might be just up your street." (EU)

Small Prize
Fountain pen 056 051 US: $100.00
UK: £100.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"You can't carry around your degree, so keep this in your pocket to look smart." (US)

"Keep in the top pocket to give off the air of an educated wordsmith." (EU)

Medium Prize
Four-leaf clover 057 052 US: $10.00
UK: £10.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Is that a... Wow, it is! Where did you find this?! You must be really lucky." (US)

"One, two, three, four, I declare, it's a four-leaf clover! Lucky!" (EU)

Small Prize

Game & Watch (US)

Game & Watch system (EU)

058 053 US: $60.00
UK: £60.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This is where dual-screen gaming and the +Control Pad got their start!" (US)

"Help Mario dodge those barrels in multi-screen Donkey Kong (1982)." (EU)

Game & Watch
Medium Prize
Game Boy 059 054 US: $125.00
UK: £125
EU:€
JP:¥

"This big, gray box is full of the fondest memories. A true gaming classic!" (US)

"First model of the portal game machine. A true gaming classic!" (EU)

Game Boy
Medium Prize
Geode 060 055 US: $41.00
UK: £41
EU:€
JP:¥

"On the outside, it's just a rock. But inside it's magnificent." (US)

"The crystals in this geode took aeons to form. Aeons - as in a long time." (EU)

Medium Prize

Glass ornament (US)

Cut-glass ornament (EU)

061 033 US: $50.00
UK: £50.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This will likely sit on some high shelf looking pretty and gathering dust." (US)

"Most likely this will sit on the sideboard gathering dust. Careful not to chip it!" (EU)

Small Prize
Glass slipper 062 056 US: $30.00
UK: £30.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A beautiful glass slipper perfect for dancing at a ball. Where's the other?" (US)

"Must get home by midnight, otherwise you'll turn into a pumpkin." (EU)

Medium Prize

Globe (US)

Totem pole (EU)

063 135 US: $24.00
UK: £60.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This globe puts the whole world at your fingertips. Go on - give it a spin!" (US)

"The ancient spirits of nature reside in this relic. Bask in its aura of power." (EU)

Large Prize

Gold bar (US)

Gold ingot (EU)

064 059 US: $1,000.00
UK: £1,000.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This gold bar is heavy. REALLY heavy. That's how you know it's worth a ton." (US)

"Gold's heavy, dude. I mean, like, really heavy, man." (EU)

Medium Prize

(Very rare)

Gold coin 065 057 US: $200.00
UK: £200.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Gold coins have a way of holding their value. Keep this someplace safe." (US)

"The only way to make sure this is real is to give it a quick nibble." (EU)

Gold Coin
Level up a mii over level 20
Gold earrings 066 058 US: $150.00
UK: £150.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"These earrings are made from 100-karat gold. Really. That's possible." (US)

"These 18 karat gold earrings are in this season. If you can afford them..." (EU)

Small Prize

Historical bust (US)

Bust (EU)

067 017 US: $500.00
UK: £500.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This dude must be pretty important to be made into a bust. No idea who it is." (US)

"Some old bloke from history by the looks of things. No idea who though..." (EU)

Large Prize
Home-run ball 068 062 US: $50.00
UK: £50.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This home-run ball was caught during a trip to New York City. Nice snag!" (US)

"This home-run ball was caught during a trip to an American baseball game." (EU)

Souvenir from vacation to America

Hotel toiletries 069 063 US: $3.00
UK: £3.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Stock up on essentials while you're on vacation. They're free...right?" (US)

"All the stuff you need for a short break in a hotel you'll never visit again." (EU)

Large Prize
Hourglass 070 064 US: $9.50
UK: £9.50
EU:€
JP:¥

"A device that measures the flow of time for the whole universe. OK, not really." (US)

This one's set to three minutes. Just enough time to boil an egg!" (EU)

Medium Prize

Hula girl (US)

Bobblehead doll (EU)

071 010 X US: $10.50
UK: £10.50
EU:€
JP:¥

"Set this doll on your dashboard to turn every drive into a dance party." (US)

"You don't have to nod in agreement. If you did, your head might fall off!" (EU)

Hula Girl
View the "Drive" Dream

Inner tube (US)

Rubber ring (EU)

072 108 US: $12.00
UK: £12.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This can help ease you into swimming, or you can leisurely float on it." (US)

"Could be used with some water wings if you're not that confident in the pool." (EU)

Inner Tube

View the "Sea Monster" Dream

Jewelry box (US)

Jewellery box (EU)

073 065 X US: $7.00
UK: £7.00
EU:€
JP:¥--

"This dancing ballerina will guard your jewelry. Seriously, she knows karate." (US)

"Complete with dancing ballerina and mirror, what more could a girl ask for?" (EU)

Medium Prize

Jump rope (US)

Skipping rope (EU)

074 121 US: $4.80
UK: £4.80
EU:€
JP:¥

"Use this pink jump rope to have lots of jumping-over-a-rope adventures." (US)

"Long, thin and light, this rope is many things, but mostly it's PINK!" (EU)

Large Prize

Kangaroo warning sign

075 066 X US: $60.00
UK: £60.00
EU:€
JP:¥--

"Watch out for those roos--they'll give you a black eye if you get in their way." (US)

"Strewth, watch out for those kangaroos! A souvenir from Australia." (EU)|

Souvenir from vacation to Australia

Kneaded eraser (US)

Putty rubber (EU)

076 099 US: $1.00
UK: £1.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Regular erasers are an insult. A master artist needs a REAL eraser on hand." (US)

"For when your common or garden eraser just won't get the job done." (EU)

Small Prize

Krama scarf (US)

Krama headscarf (EU)

077 069 US: $15.00
UK: £15.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This scarf brought back from Cambodia is great for keeping cool in the sun." (US)

"This scarf you picked up in Cambodia is great for keeping cool in the sun." (EU)

Souvenir from vacation to Cambodia
Lantern 078 070 X US: $15.00
UK: £15.00
EU:€
JP:¥--

"Take this on your camping trip so you can go Bigfoot hunting after dark." (US)

"Take this on camping trips, unless you want to be in bed at sundown." (EU)

Medium Prize
Lipstick 079 071 US: $20.00
UK: £20.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Out of all the colors in the world, this pink-rosebud shade is most youthful." (US)

"These come in a variety of fashionable colours, though this is traditional pink." (EU)

Small Prize
Loofah 080 072 US: $3.00
UK: £3.00
EU:€
JP:¥

A hard sponge made from a tropical cucumber. Say good-bye to dry skin." (US)

"This is made from some kind of fruit. Why not try one for your next bath?" (EU)

Small Prize

Lucky cat (US)

Waving cat (EU)

081 141 US: $57.00
UK: £57.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"That white cat is beckoning you to buy something, or maybe it wants to be fed." (US)

"Is it waving, beckoning or trying to swat flies? Who knows?!" (EU)

Large Prize
Lump of coal 082 073 X US: $0.10
UK: £0.10
EU:€
JP:¥--

"You must have been naughty this year. Or Santa messed up big." (US)

"What you're getting in your stocking if you've not been good." (EU)

Small Prize
Magnifying glass 083 074 US: $7.00
UK: £7.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This magic glass makes small things appear bigger. Incredible, right?" (US)

"Use it to make things that you are looking at a little bit bigger." (EU)

Medium Prize
Manhole cover 084 075 US: $50.00
UK: £50.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Who took this? Someone could get hurt! It looks like a metal pizza." (US)

"If this doesn't get put back where it belongs, someone could get hurt!" (EU)

Manhole Cover

View the "Trap" Dream

Marble 085 076 US: $1.00 "A glass cat's-eye marble. Keep it with the rest so you don't lose it." Small Prize
Marionette 086 077 US: $50.00
UK: £50.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A skillful puppeteer can bring these toys to life. Impressive but creepy." (US)

"A skilful puppeteer can make this seem really lifelike... Creepy!" (EU)

Marionette
View the "Reflection" Dream
Martian rock 087 078 US: $100.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"A little martian keepsake brought back from a trip to outer space."

Souvenir from Outer Space vacation. (Give a mii $10,000 (¥1,000,000) in pocket money.)

Metal spatula (US)

Fish slice (EU)

088 047 X US: $2.00
UK: £2.00
EU:€
JP:¥--

"Flip your fritters with this metal spatula. It's the one that chef on TV uses." (US)

"Great for flipping burgers, eggs, hash browns and any other fried favourites." (EU)

Medium Prize
Microchip 089 079 US: $10.00
UK; £10.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A tiny chip full of information. So small, it can fit basically anywhere." (US)

"The pinnacle of human achievement? Or just some old junk from the 70s?" (EU)

Small Prize
Mug 090 081 US: $8.00
UK: £8.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This mug has strawberries on it, but it's mostly just used for bitter coffee." (US)

"Ahh, can't beat a cuppa! Or I guess in this case, mugga!" (EU)

Small Prize
Nail clippers 091 082 US: $5.20
UK: £5.20
EU:€
JP:¥

"If you don't use these, your nails will get out of control. No one wants that." (US)

"Just remember to clean up the clippings after you've finished!" (EU)

Small Prize

NES (US)

Famicom (JP)

NES console (EU)

092 083 US: $148.00
UK: £148.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"The classic console that got the world gaming. Plug it in and play some Mario." (US)

"The old school classic game console. Mario eat your heart out. Not literally!" (EU)

NES
Large Prize
Nutcracker 093 093 X US: $75.00
EU:€
JP:¥--
"Hand-carved by a master woodcrafter, this German nutcracker is one of a kind." Souvenir from vacation to Germany
Origami crane 094 085 US: $1.00
UK: £1.00
EU:€
JP:¥--

"It takes skill to fold just one, but if you fold 1,000, you'll be granted one wish." (US)

"Good luck comes if you can fold 1,000 of these. Good luck folding just one!" (EU)

Small Prize
Paint Bucket 096 131 X US: $9.80
UK: £9.80
EU:€
JP:¥

"Paint the town red! Or any color, really. Paint the torn purple, perhaps?" (US)

"This magic paint changes colour to match your mood. Nah! Just kidding!" (EU)

Paint Bucket

Mii Dream:

Factory Tour

Pan flute (US)

Pan pipes (EU)

097 089 US: $35.00
UK: £35.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This Peruvian flute is super old. Some say it belonged to a satyr named Pan." (US)

"A souvenir of darkest Peru. Where else?" (EU)

Souvenir from vacation to Peru
Pearl necklace 098 090 US: $100.00
UK: £100.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A string of shiny, expensive pearls from the belly of a mollusk." (US)

"These grow in some kind of shellfish. Clams or mussels? Oysters? I dunno..." (EU)

Medium Prize
Pebble 099 091 US: $0.10
UK: £0.10
EU:€
JP:¥

"You can find these pretty much anywhere, often in your shoe." (US)

"These blighters get everywhere. Often found stuck in the sole of your shoe." (EU)

Small Prize
Perfume 100 092 US: $38.00
UK: £38.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Toilet water is a kind of perfume. It's not what you think - promise." (US)

"Toilet water is a kind of perfume, not, you know, water out of the toilet." (EU)

Medium Prize

Phonograph (US)

Gramophone (EU)

101 060 X US: $300.00
EU:€
JP:¥--
"Vinyl is the only acceptable format for listening to the classics."
Record Player
Medium Prize
Piece of Berlin Wall 093 US: $
UK: £6.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"This rubble was picked up on a trip to Germany, but what's its significance?" Souvenir from vacation to Germany

Pinecone (US)

Pine cone (EU)

102 095 US: $0.10
UK: £0.10
EU:€
JP:¥

"A memento from a special walk in the park you had with your sweetie." (US)

"Good for a quick kick-about at the park. Also good for pine seeds." (EU)

Small Prize
Plastic trophy 103 096 US: $20.00
UK: £20.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"It's a little cheap, but all that matters is you won it fair and square." (US)

"It's not worth much, but at least it's safe to wear it as a helmet." (EU)

Plastic Trophy
Medium Prize

Plush panda (US)

Panda toy (EU)

104 088 US: $30.00
UK: £30.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A cuddly plush panda brought back from China for your snuggling pleasure." (US)

"A cuddly toy panda brought back from that trip to China." (EU)

Souvenir from vacation to China
Pocket watch 105 097 US: $65.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"These are rare now that everyone has a cell phone. So quaint, though." Small Prize
Potty 106 098 US: $15.00
UK: £15.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This is for...well, you know. Let's just say it's a diaper replacement." (US)

"That awkward phase between the nappy and the toilet. Do not use as a helmet!" (EU)

Large Prize
R.O.B. 107 100 US: $198.00
UK: £198.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A retro robot from the NES days, and also an official Smash brawler." (US)

"The retro robot who was always happy to lend a hand or, in this case, two!" (EU)

ROB
Medium Prize
Receipt 108 102 US: $0.10
UK: £0.10
EU:€
JP:¥

"Lose this and you'll be stuck with that shirt you only wanted to wear once." (US)

"Make sure you don't lose this, you'll need it to keep your wallet well-stuffed." (EU)

Small Prize
Red thread 109 103 US: $1.00
UK: £1.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Some red thread for sewing red buttons back onto red shirts and the like." (US)

"Used for sewing buttons back on and playing cat's cradle." (EU)

Red Thread

View the "Red Thread" Dream

Rocking horse 110 104 X US: $80.00
UK: £80.00
EU:€
JP:¥--

"Childhood just isn't the same without a trusty horse to rock on. Rock on!" (US)

"Yeah, this horse is really rocking. Woo! Ah, I see, not that kind of rocking..." (EU)

Large Prize
Rose 111 106 US: $10.00
UK: £10.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A rose by any other name smells as sweet, but 'thorn flower' isn't as good." (US)

"Would a rose by any other name smell as sweet? Of course it would!" (EU)

Medium Prize

Rubber ducky (US)

Rubber duck (EU)

112 107 US: $4.00
UK: £4.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Quack, quack, quaaaack! That's duck for 'more bubbles, please!'" (US)

"Quack, quack, quack. Quaaaack! That's duck for, "Enjoy your bath!"" (EU)

Small Prize
Ruby pendant 113 109 US: $100.00
UK: £100.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A heart-shaped ruby surrounded by diamonds. It's pretty. Pretty expensive." (US)

"A red heart-shaped ruby? Must be worth a pretty penny." (EU)

Medium Prize
Russian dolls 114 110 US: $30.00
UK: £30.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Stack them into each other for storage or just for your own amusement." (US)

"There's another inside, and another, and another, and another..." (EU)

Large Prize
Scented candle 115 111 US: $3.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"Made of real beeswax and peonies, so it won't give you a headache." Small Prize
Scourer 116 112 US: $1.00
UK: £1.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Get that gunk off your expensive pots and pans with this handy device." (US)

"Great for getting that gunk off your pots and pans." (EU)

Small Prize
Screw 117 113 US: $0.50
UK: £0.50
EU:€
JP:¥

"You've got a screw loose. You're not crazy, but you should screw it back in." (US)

"Uh-oh, looks like a screw's loose. Make sure it gets screwed back in." (EU)

Small Prize
Seashell 118 114 US: $1.00
UK: £1.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"A token from that unforgettable summer with that unforgettable someone." (US)

"This stirs memories of that summer when you met a special someone." (EU)

Medium Prize
Security camera 119 115 US: $75.00
UK: £75.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"If you see one of these, play it cool. Or do a funky dance. Either one." (US)

"The best choice for home security. Just remember to press record!" (EU)

Security Camera

View the "Giant" Dream

Shell necklace 120 117 US: $3.00
UK: £3.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Did she sell you this seashell necklace by the seashore? Surely she did!" (US)

"Did she sell you this seashell necklace by the Tahitian seashore? For sure!" (EU)

Souvenir from vacation to Tahiti
Silver bracelet 121 118 US: $80.00
UK: £80.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This bracelet is one size fits all. It won't fit a baby, though. Misleading, I know." (US)

"This is one size fits all, so it suits boys as well as girls." (EU)

Small Prize
Silver coin 122 119 30 US: $100.00
UK: £100.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"This is your ticket to soda and/or candy joy from any vending machine." (US)

"Usable in vending machines and payphones everywhere." (EU)

Silver Coin
Level up a mii over level 20

Skeleton key chain (US)

Skeleton key ring (EU)

123 120 US: $4.80
UK: £4.80
EU:€
JP:¥

"Not sure why you'd want the skeleton of a tiny humanoid, but here you go." (US)

"A jiggling skeleton on a key ring to match all the jiggling keys." (EU)

Skeleton Keychain

View the "Backpack" Dream

Smelly sock 124 122 US: $0.10
UK: £0.10
EU:€
JP:¥

"It's not just a sock - it's a very smelly sock. Try not to breathe near it." (US)

"You can probably smell this a mile off. Someone's smelly old sock." (EU)

Medium Prize
Snow globe 125 123 US: $19.80
UK: £19.80
EU:€
JP:¥

"If only making it snow in real life was this easy. It's a wonderland in there." (US)

"Just think - when it really snows, who's shaking the globe?" (EU)

Medium Prize
Solar panel 126 124 US: $100.00
UK: £100.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"You already take your own bags to the store. Now take things a step further." (US)

"The greener way to produce electricity. This one is for domestic use." (EU)

Solar Pannel

View the "Solar Powered" Dream

Spinning top 127 125 US: $3.50
EU:€
JP:¥
"Round and round and round it goes. Oh man. Now I'm dizzy..." Small Prize
Spinning toy 128 126 US: $6.00
UK: £6.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Finally a way to walk the dog without having to pick up after it." (US)

"Sleeper, walk the dog - it's amazing what tricks you can do with this toy." (EU)

Small Prize

Squirt gun (US)

Water pistol (EU)

129 140 US: $4.80
UK: £4.80
EU:€
JP:¥

"Destroy friends and enemies alike with this squirt gun of doom." (US)

"Pew, pew! The funniest and quickest way to squirt your nearest and dearest." (EU)

Medium Prize
Stethoscope 130 127 US: $25.00
UK: £25.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Deep breath in...deep breath out. Now cough. Don't argue - this is science." (US)

"Breathe in, breathe out, and in again, and out again. Now cough!" (EU)

Small Prize

Sunset key chain (US)

Key ring (EU)

131 068 US: $4.80
UK: £4.80
EU:€
JP:¥

"This beautiful sunset key chain is the perfect souvenir from a trip to Hawaii." (US)

"A beautiful sunset key ring reminding you of your trip to Hawaii." (EU)

Souvenir from vacation to Hawaii

Super Scope (US)

Nintendo Scope (EU)

132 084 US: $95.00
UK: £95.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"The old-school way to take out those video-game baddies. Pew pew pew!" (US)

"This is the retro way to take out those on-screen bad guys." (EU)

Large Prize
Swimming certificate 133 128 US: $0.30
UK: £0.30
EU:€
JP:¥

"You finally earned that highly coveted certificate. It's all downhill from here." (US)

"Few manage to achieve the dizzy heights of a swimming certificate." (EU)

Certificate
Medium Prize

Tape player (US)

Wooden Bear Statue

(EU)

134 145 US: $12.00
UK: £60.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Bust out your old mix tapes, and take a listen down slow-jam lane." (US)

"Carved by some mountain woodsman to look like a friendly bear." (EU)

Medium Prize

Teapot (US)

Kettle (EU)

135 067 US: $19.80
UK: £19.80
EU:€
JP:¥

"That high-pitched whistle means your water is boiling. Finally, it's teatime!" (US)

"Put the kettle on, think it's time for a cuppa." (EU)

Medium Prize
Teddy bear 136 130 US: $30.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"A soft, fuzzy, wuzzy, widdle baby bear! Ehem. I mean...it's a teddy bear." Medium Prize

Toilet paper (US)

Roll of toilet paper (EU)

137 105 US: $1.00
UK: £1.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Pure-white two-ply toilet paper for you to, um...use as you see fit." (US)

"Swanky two-ply to give your backside the poshest of polishings." (EU)

Lose a minigame
Toothbrush 138 133 US: $2.00
UK: £2.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"If the sound of a dental drill makes you nauseous, use this three times a day." (US)

"Change your brush regularly and don't miss those tricky teeth at the back!" (EU)

Medium Prize

Toy robot (US)

Tin robot toy (EU)

139 132 US: $10.00
UK: £10.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"It's a real-life robot! It can't do much, but it can walk a little. Technology!" (US)

"It's a walking tin robot, that's all you can say about this. Beep!" (EU)

Medium Prize
Tulip 140 136 US: $4.80
UK: £4.80
EU:€
JP:¥

"This delicate tulip will make a fine addition to your garden." (US)

"As pot plants go, these are fairly low-maintenance and pretty to boot!" (EU)

Large Prize
Virtual Boy 141 137 US: $150.00
UK: £150
EU:€
JP:¥
"This red-and-black gadget is where 3D gaming all started. See? History is fun!" (US)

"This is where 3D gaming all started. Dig the cool red and black styling." (EU)

Virtual Boy sprite
Large Prize
Vuvuzela 142 138 X US: $8.50
UK: £8.50
EU:€
JP:¥--
"This thing is a blast at home, but it's even better at a soccer match." (US)

"BUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU. GOAL!" (EU)

Large Prize
Whiteboard eraser 143 142 US: $10.00
UK: £10.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"There's nothing like a squeaky-clean whiteboard. What, you don't agree?" (US)

"Whiteboard eraser or a new stealth hovercraft? You decide!" (EU)

Small Prize
Whoopee cushion 144 143 US: $5.00
UK: £5.00
EU:€
JP:¥

"Whoopee! You fell for it! Or sat on it, more like. Calm down―no one heard!" (US)

"Whoopee! WHOOPEE! You did it! You sat on my strategically-placed cushion!" (EU)

Whoopie Cusion
View the "Unbelievable" Dream
Wind chime 145 144 US: $10.00
UK: £10.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"This wind chime is delightful. Except on windy nights. Then it's a pain." (US)

"Not really soothing, as it tends to jangle ALL the time." (EU)

Large Prize
Wooden spoon 146 146 US: $6.00
UK: £6.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"This wooden spoon is great for stirring or even scooping things." (US)

"Not just used in cooking, but also the classic consolation prize." (EU)

Small Prize
Golden spoon 147 147 US: $---
UK: £---
EU:€
JP:¥
"Some people are born with a silver spoon in their mouth. One-up them." (US)

"A lucky few are born with a silver spoon in their mouths, but this one's gold!" (EU)

Gold Spoon
Feed your islanders 1,000 times
Family album 148 148 US: $---
UK: £---
EU:€
JP:¥
"This probably has embarrassing baby pictures. It's best to keep it hidden..." (US)

"Let's face it, you see them every day, so why would you ever look at this?" (EU)

Album
Have a baby grow up
Bronze trophy 149 149 US: $---
UK: £---
EU:€
JP:¥
"You did well, but not well enough. Just kidding! Congratulations!" (US)

"Congratulations! You've earned a bronze trophy... Next!" (EU)

Bronze Trophy
Solve 200 Problems
Silver trophy 150 150 US: $---
UK: £---
EU:€
JP:¥
"You did great for not winning at all. I kid, I kid! Congratulations!" (US)

"Congratulations! You did so well you came second! Now on to the winner..." (EU)

Silver Trophy
Solve 400 Problems
Gold trophy 151 151 US: $---
UK: £---
EU:€
JP:¥
"You're the very best-the best there ever was. You should be SO proud!" (US)

"Wow! You really won a gold trophy. Don't forget to bring it back next year!" (EU)

Gold Trophy
Solve 700 Problems
Platinum trophy 152 152 US: $---
UK: £---
EU:€
JP:¥
"Platinum? That's even better than gold! You must be absolutely incredible!" (US)

"Your feat cannot be honored in words, only through the gift of precious metal." (EU)

Platinum Trophy
Solve 1000 Problems
  • All treasures obtainable as prizes can also be obtained through the Catch mini-game and Tomodachi Quest.

Special Foods

Special foods can be bought from travelers for the price of 1-10 play coins per food. The type of food the player get depends on the traveler's home island's region of origin. If the traveler is born on an island from the same region as the player's, the player will get a unique special food. If the traveler hails from an island from another region of origin, they will always offer the exotic cuisine.

If you feed a Mii a special food, it will give a very positive gesture, and will say something related to the food which was eaten.

The Japanese, European/Australian, and USA/Canada versions have completely different special foods.

There are 48 Special Foods in total in the USA version.

A list of Special Food reactions can be seen here.

Item Num. Order (US) Num. Order (EU) JP version

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Description Image
Alligator fritters 001 "Enjoy some tasty, deep-fried gator tail without the bite. Fresh from Louisiana." 10464067 10153234369746393 8428043333760330722 n-1-
Aloha Musubi 002 "Hawaiian sushi made with canned pork. Wait—where's the fresh Hawaiian fish?!" Aloha Musubi
Baguette 003 "Long, thin french bread for making long, thin french sandwiches." Baguette
Baklava 004 "Sweet pastry layers filed with chopped nuts and sweetened further with honey." Baklava
Barbeque ribs 005 "You better call dibs on these ribs. They won't last, so act fast." BBQ Ribs
Brioche 006 "You can never get enouch French pastries. This one is half butter." Brioche
California Roll 007 "An inside-out sushi roll with sticky white rice, crab, and cucumber." California Roll
Cannoli 008 "Fried, cheese-filled tubes of Sicilian-pastry numminess. And you're invited." Cannoli
Chicken tikka masala 009 "Juicy chicken bits floating in ambrosial orange sauce." Chickentikkamasala
Chili con carne 010 "Spicy meat stew flavored with garlic and merciless green chilies." Chili con carne
Chili dog 011 "Cooler than a hot dog. Doggier than a bowl of chili. Eat up, buttercup." Chili Dog
Chorizo 012 "Eat this spicy Spanish sausage alone, or add to queso to make fantastiqueso." Chorizo
Chow mein 013 "Chow down on this dish of deliciously fried noodles. It's the "mein" course!" Chowmein
Churros 014 "Fried dough dipped in sugar. The best part of going to a theme park." Churros
Cioppino 015 "No sign of your heart there, but we did find a great fish stew in San Francisco."

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Cioppino
Corn bread 016 "Yummy bread made from cornmeal. Gives thanks before stuffing your face." Corn Bread
Country-fried steak 017 "If southern comfort were a food, it would be country-fried steak." Country-fried Steak
Couscous 018 "The tiniest, cutest, healthiest pasta out there. Toss in some veggies and enjoy." Couscous
Crab cakes 019 "These tasty morsels are all crab -- no filler -- and fried to a golden perfection." Crab Cakes
Crawfish 020 "If lobsters are too pricey, chow down on the more cost-efficient crustacean." Crawfish
Creme bruleé 021 "The top is so pretty, it feels wrong to break it. But that won't stop you." Creme Brulee
Crumpet 022 "A small cake that's made of British. Slab on some butter and nosh away." Crumpet
Enchiladas 023 "Meat and cheese in a corn tortilla with mouthwatering sauce on top." Enchiladas
Exotic cuisine 024 "Unique food from far-off lands. Savor those exotic flavors!" Exoticcuisine
Falafel 025 "This falafel is far from awful, Chickpeas should always, always be fried." Falafel
Fish-and-chips 026 "The British call this meal fish-and-chips. Looks a lot like fish and fries, though..." Fish-and-chips
Fortune cookies 027 "Fortune favors those who spend lots of money at the food mart." Fortune Cookies
Frogs legs 028 "Got a frog in your throat? Just swallow to send it to your tummy instead." Frogslegs
Gnocchi 029 "Sinfully good pillow babies stuffed with potato, pesto, and cheese." Gnocchi
Greek salad 030 "Feta makes everything bettuh. That's how you know this salad is to die for." Greeksalad
Gumbo 031 "Step right up, and get your grub on with a big bowl of Louisiana gumbo." ZlCfzSOEA7YxSjCBZ6
Hummus 032 "Hummus is only the beginning. Grab some chips or bread, and go to town." Hummus
Jelly beans 033 "Everyone knows the red ones are best! Time to put some jelly in your belly!" Jelly Beans
Lassi 034 "Cool down with a refreshing glass of this chilled yoghurt drink." Lassi
Manhattan clam chowder 035 "New York's take on clam chowder. Red, hot, and delicious." Manhattenclamchowder
Meat loaf 036 "Sliced from a load of ground meat and served with a slathering of gravy." Meatloaf
Minestrone 037 "A thick soup from the heart of Italy. The pasta makes it oh-so hearty." Minestrone
Mussels 038

"These mussels are not from Brussels. They're charmingly chewy."

Mussels
New York bagel 039 " "Bagel" is New Yorkese for "breakfast". Pass the cream cheese!" Newyorkbagel
Pad thai 040 "Stir-fried rice noodles with plenty of egg and tofu chunks." Pad thai
Peach pie 041 "This pie is just peachy. Guaranteed to make you all warm and happy." Peachpie
Philly cheesesteak 042 "A giant roll stuffed with steak and cheese. Not for the faint of heart." Phillycheesesteak
Pierogies 043 "Globs of dough filled with meat and potatoes and then boiled and fried." Pierogies
Pulled-pork sandwich 044 "Savory, slow-cooked pork drenched in barbeque sauce and then sandwichfied." Pulled-pork Sandwich
Reuben 045 "A thick and hearty sandwich with piles of corned beef, cheese, and dressing."
Reuben
Rice puddding 046 "Turns out all you need to turn rice into pudding is to add milk and nutmeg." Rice Pudding (US)
Sauerkraut 047 "A healthy serving of finely cut and VERY sour pickled cabbage." Sauerkraut
Shepherd's pie 048 "A cost-effective yet filling pie with a mashed-potato crust and meat filling." Sheperd's Pie
Shuba salad 042 "Layered herring, eggs, potatoes and beetroot."

Shubasalad

Bold = normal foods in the EU version

Trivia

  • If the player collects all the treasures, they will get a special newscast stating that they've collected all available treasures.
  • The Gold Trophy references the English Pokémon theme song in its first season.
  • Some special foods are normal foods in the EU version.

References

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