Pallet Town is located in western Kanto and serves as the hometown of the legendary Pokemon Trainer Red, as well as Viridian Gym Leader Blue, and several other notable Pokémon Trainers who begin their Pokémon journeys in Kanto.
Professor Oak's Laboratory is in Pallet Town, where the famous Pokémon Professor conducts his research. Contest Hall: Pallet Town
Viridian City is a small city located in western Kanto. Blue serves as Leader of the Viridian Gym and trains Pokémon of various types, but the Gym is locked until the player has gained the other seven League Badges. Viridian Forest, Viridian City Gym
Mt. Moon is a mountain located in northern Kanto, between Pewter City in the west and Cerulean City in the east.
Mt. Moon is known for being one of the few places where wild Clefairy can be found and for its frequent meteor falls. The shards of meteorites that fall here become Moon Stones, which is why its name is Mt. Moon.
The city is one of only two cities in Kanto to have four different routes enter the city, the other being Saffron City. Cerulean is a mid-sized city with a few attractions, including the Bike Shop and the Berry Powder man. It is home to Misty, the Cerulean City Water Gym Leader. Cerulean City Gym, Contest Hall: Cerulean City
Situated near a sea inlet to the south, Vermilion City serves as a popular sea port for ships such as the S.S. Anne. Vermilion Harbor is a home port for many ships. The S.S. Anne sails around the world and returns to Vermilion once a year. The S.S. Aqua sails from Olivine City in Johto to Vermilion Harbor.
Its Gym Leader, Lt. Surge, focuses on Electric-type Pokémon. Vermilion City Gym, Contest Hall: Vermilion City
As a whole, the cave runs from the northwest to the southeast, passing under Celadon City, Route 7, and Route 6 as it progresses toward Vermilion from Pewter. There are no points of interest along the cave.
The Rock Tunnel is a naturally formed underground tunnel. Since it has not been developed, it is pitch black inside. Route 10 leads from Cerulean City to Rock Tunnel, which then leads to Lavender Town.
Located in northeast Kanto, just south of the Rock Tunnel.
Long ago, Lavender Town was once known mainly for ghost sightings in the Pokémon Tower and as the main gravesite of Pokémon. It has since been modernized with the inclusion of a broadcasting station in place of the Pokemon Tower. The citizens claim the ghosts that appear in the Tower are the spirits of Pokémon that have died. Contest Hall: Lavender Town
It is the most populous city in Kanto and the eighth most populous in the Pokémon world, surpassing even Saffron City in the east. Celadon is the main place to spend money in Kanto, through the Celadon Department Store and the Celadon Game Corner. It is the home of the Celadon Condominiums, where residents of the city live, and the Celadon Hotel, where visitors can rest. Celadon is also home to Erika, the city's Grass Gym Leader. Celadon City Gym, Contest Hall: Celadon City
Saffron City is a sprawling metropolis in the Kanto region. It is home to Sabrina, the city's Psychic Gym Leader. It is the tenth most populous city in the Pokémon world. The large Silph Co. headquarters building stands firm as the city's centerpiece while two Gyms dominate the north-eastern corner district. Not only is this the central business district of Kanto, it also holds the region's largest infrastructure, including the Magnet Train station, which allows ease of access between Kanto and Johto. Saffron City Gym, Contest Hall: Saffron City
Cinnabar Island is a large island located off the southern coast of the Kanto region, south of Pallet Town. It is home to a large volcano, which erupted on the island, destroying everything. The only building present is a Pokémon Center, with the Cinnabar Gym having been relocated to the Seafoam Islands. Cinnabar Island Gym
The Seafoam Islands are a pair of islands that are situated on Route 20. The two islands are shaped the same, as if they were twins.
The destruction of Cinnabar Island caused Blaine to move his Fire type Gym to the Seafoam Islands.