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Spinach Wastes (スピニッチ荒野 Supinitchi Arano),[1] also called Northern Wilderness,[2] is the farmland on Earth where Ostrich Chickens live. It is located west of the Bamboo Forest, south of the Northern Mountains and north of Spindletop Flats. Natade Village is nearby.[2]



Krillin at Spinach Wastes during the arrival of the Saiyans

Spinach Wastes is where Raditz's Attack Ball lands, in which the farmer arrived with his pickup truck to check it out, only to be killed by the Saiyan. Raditz later returns to this place after kidnapping Gohan. Piccolo and Goku came here to battle Raditz and, thanks to Gohan's intervention, Piccolo fires his Special Beam Cannon, killing both Raditz and Goku. Master Roshi, Krillin and Bulma later land on this location to check on Goku and Piccolo.

Krillin was training in Spinach Wastes right before the arrival of Nappa and Vegeta on Earth.[1]

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The Northern Wilderness in the Majin Buu Saga

The Four-Star Dragon Ball is found in this region during the Majin Buu Saga.[2] In both the movie and the saga, monstrous dinosaurs are shown to live in the region.

Film Appearances

In Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming, Goten and Trunks confront Broly here.

Video Game Appearances

Spinach Wastes was named Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans. Enemies encountered here are Ostrich Chicken, Dododo, Roundworm & Roundworm Larva, Wild Boar, Meadow Wizard, Distrustful Man, Hungry Bear, Stray Dog. Right before the arrival of the Saiyans in the game, Krillin is seen training here.

In Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku, Goku travels through an unnamed village very similar to Natade Village located south of Spinach Wastes (like Natade Village). Named Northern Wilderness in Dragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury, Goten and Trunks defeat Broly on the Volcano in the north part of Natade Village in this area in exchange for Maloja's Four-Star Ball. Enemies encountered here in the game are Ghosts, Majin Soldiers, Majin Fighters, Mercenaries, Tanks, Vampires, Living Deads, Ninjas, Lichs, Destroyers, Mummies, and Samurais.

It is a playable battle stage in the Budokai series, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z (called Plains), and Dragon Ball FighterZ.

In Jump Force, the Matterhorn stage features a crashed Attack Ball which makes the Matterhorn resemble Spinach Wastes. As Namek is implied to have merged with Liberty Island in Upper New York Bay, the Matterhorn of real world and Spinach Wastes on Earth may have merged as well as various stages appear to be real world locations merged with locations from various worlds of Shonen Jump.


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