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This article is partially or fully comprised of content from Magical Vacation. Due to the fact that there is no official English translation of this game, the translations are instead derived from magicalpatcher's English patch, found here at Please keep in mind that these translations may or may not be accurate to the original Japanese version of the game.

Gateau is a character in Magical Vacation. He is an envoy of love and the chief of Green Tea Village in the Light Realm, but was superseded by his bratty son Tortilla.

Profile[edit | edit source]

Personality[edit | edit source]

Being an envoy of love, Gateau believes everything in the world comes from, and exists for the sake of, love. He is very kind to familiars and strangers alike, even if they have bad intentions.[1]

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Gateau is short and has a scaly beige body, with a squinted face, lanky arms, and a knobbed tail. He sports pink garments with yellow fur around the neck area, as well as a big heart emblem over the chest.[1]

Biography[edit | edit source]

Magical Vacation[edit | edit source]

After running into Tortilla, Tarte, and Tatin in the Ricebird Fields the party went to consult Gateau in his house. There, he mentioned that he gave keys to Cold Honey Palace to a trio of girls, revealed to be Blueberry, Lemon, and Peche. According to Gateau, they needed access to Cold Honey Palace in order to save Latte, as he ran away moments prior. Just as Gateau gave the party their own key, he received a scolding from Tortilla, demanding to know why he would give palace keys to total strangers. Gateau proclaimed it was an act of love, to which Tortilla stated he was no longer worthy of being Green Tea's chief. With the love wand in his possession, Tortilla declared chieftainship over Green Tea, vowing to protect it from enigmas. He then left with Tarte and Tatin, after which Gateau apologized for his son's attitude.

The party followed Tortilla's troupe into Cold Honey Palace and eventually vanquished the enigmas within. Learning the meaning of compassion, Tortilla abandoned Green Tea to go on a journey of self-discovery. Gateau expressed concern over his son's whereabouts, but remained confident in the power of love.[1]

Nomenclature[edit | edit source]

His name comes from 'gâteau', French layered cake.

Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan.svg Japanese ガトー Gâteau

References[edit | edit source]

Party ProtagonistPistachioAranciaGanacheKirschePecheBlueberryLemonLatteCassisCiderSesameChocolatCabernetOliveCandyChappyPotPucine the 4thDodoRicebirdPookaGummy FrogPuttyBrownMagic doll
Characters MadeleineBiscottiChardonnayVanillaBalsamicoPizzaVolcaneraTiramisuMousseMille-feuilleChiffonMeloneTortillaTarteTatinGateauParmesanQuattro FormaggiDab HasnelGrenadinePeabee AnjayMaceCinnamonGingerNectarMuskCocoaRad HasnelShallotKleinBlackcurrantEquillekrewKerendu
Spirits FireWindPoisonBeautyBladeSoundStoneInsectWoodBeastWaterThunderAncientDarkLightLove
Material Realm Will-o'-Wisp AcademyValencia Beach
Light Realm Mimolette ForestForest CaveOturan VillageWetsomus RuinsRicebird FieldsRicebird SpringsGreen Tea VillageCold Honey PalaceRekcarc QuarryVille de SourisTour de la RocheUfot VillageIko Domnag
Dark Realm Spollacs Swamp EdgeMasala Chai VillageIce IslandGelato CaveTapioca Tea VillageEcir ThicketMuy Mot DesertOpopmat CaveAkvavit CastleEnigma ForestTreeman's ColonyOsim VillageEastern ForestMt. MorbierAbos VillageSpollacs SwampBrownie CavernToptoh Mines
Abyssal Realm The Great RockGazpacho VillageTandooriThe BadlandsMay VillagePyramidArkoAbyssal CorridorEarth of DarknessDespair SwampDrazzig GrottoRevival Chamber
Bonus dungeons Garam MasalaTuoekatYekrut
Gameplay CombatMagicItemsEquipmentStickersLink Mode
Menu BiraBestiaryMagic notebook
Corporate NintendoBrownie Brown
Staff Nobuyuki InoueShigeru MiyamotoShinichi KameokaTsukasa Masuko
Other Media
Guidebooks Magical Vacation Complete GuideMagical Vacation: A Mysterious World
Manga The Day Before the Seaside School