- Unshō Ishizuka (Stuart Zagnit in the English adaption) as Doctor Orchid (Professor Oak in the English adaption), a Pokémon scientist and the teacher of Doctor Sully.
- Ishizuka also voices the Narrator (voiced by Rodger Parsons in the English adaption).
- Masami Toyoshima (Veronica Taylor in the English adaption) as Hanako (Delia Ketchum in the English adaption), Satoshi's mother and a childhood friend of Doctor Sully.
- Tomokazu Seki (Ted Lewis in the English adaption) as Kenji (Tracey Sketchit in the English adaption), Doctor Orchid's assistant.
- Ayako Shiraishi (Megan Hollingshead in the English adaption) as Nurse Joy
- Chinami Nishimura (Megan Hollingshead in the English adaption) as Junsā (Officer Jenny in the English adaption)
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