Saffron City

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The Saffron City stage in Super Smash Bros.
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Saffron City in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Saffron City is a stage in Super Smash Bros. and returns in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The stage is set upon the Silph Co. building and is the home stage of Pikachu and Jigglypuff (with the unlock match for the latter taking place here). The stage has the most features of any stage in the game. On the right side of the arena, there are floating platforms. On the left side of the arena, there is a door leading down the stairs, but when one tries to go down, a random Pokémon will jump out and attack the player. Here are all of the Pokémon that appear in the building:

Name Attack Description
Venusaur Razor Leaf Venusaur uses Razor Leaf to hit every character in front of it.
Charmander Flamethrower Charmander breathes fire at other players.
Electrode Explosion Electrode flashes for a while and then uses Explosion to instantly knockout anyone in its blast radius.
Chansey Softboiled Chansey uses Softboiled to dispense eggs; they are identical to capsules.
Porygon Tackle Porygon suddenly charges out of the building and causes high damage to players hit by it.

Name in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヤマブキシティ
Yamabuki Shiti
Yamabuki City. "Yamabuki" (山吹) is the Japanese name of a eastern golden-yellow color flower called Kerria japonica.
Chinese 金黄市 (Traditional)
金黃市 (Simplified)
Jīnhuáng Shì (Mandarin)
Gamwong Si
Golden Yellow City
Dutch Saffron City Same as English
French Safrania "Safran-" means "saffron" in French.
German Saffronia City From Safran, saffron
Italian Zafferanopoli Saffron City
Korean 노랑 시티
Norang Siti
Yellow City
Russian Шафран-Сити
Spanish (Americas) Ciudad Saffron The Latin American name in the anime.
Spanish (Europe) Ciudad Azafrán From azafrán, saffron



  • The Silph Co. logo is spelled as "Silf" in the Japanese version.
    • Also, the banner on the left side is slightly altered between both versions. The Japanese banner has an example of Engrish in which it reads "Got a catch 'em all!".
  • The city seems to be modeled after the Pokémon anime, as the games' cities and towns are not as detailed (this includes major cities such as Celadon or Goldenrod).
  • Saffron City is the only stage in Super Smash Bros. that did not return in or have a similar stage in Super Smash Bros. Melee.

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