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Golden Vaulting Table

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Golden Vaulting Table
Pikmin 4 treasure
Treasure Catalog icon.
Treasure Catalog icon for the Golden Vaulting Table.
Series Dazzle Series
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 1000
Weight 1000
Maximum carriers 100
Locations Primordial Thicket
Dandori Challenge stages None
Dandori Battle stages None
Total amount 1

The Golden Vaulting Table is a treasure in Pikmin 4. It is a gold ingot. According to the writing on it, it weighs one kilogram (about 2.2 pounds).

Collecting the treasure[edit]

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The treasure is found in the Primordial Thicket behind some iron fences and requires 100 Purple Pikmin to carry. Before obtaining it, the sticky mold that is trapping it must be destroyed. Due to the area being blocked by bars and the ledge to it being too high to jump on, Oatchi is unable to help carry it back until the treasure has been brought down from the ledge.


The label on the Golden Vaulting Table says that the this object weighs 1 kilogram; this discovery, like with the Doomsday Apparatus, has lead to a lot of confusion. Although creating a formula from this would allow easy conversion between the in-game weight units and real-world units, the theory breaks down when real-world objects are weighed and compared to the weights predicted. For example, the Joy-Con treasures weigh 10 units each, while real Joy-Cons weigh as much as 48 or 52 grams, respectively.


Schnauz's notes[edit]

This shiny table is used in a ceremony meant to bring good luck with money. It works like this: jump over the table once, and make a profit. Jump over it twice, and make a fortune. Jump over it thrice, and the sky opens and money rains down on you. Or so one hopes, anyway.

Olimar's notes[edit]

Apparently if you can jump over this, you'll be blessed with great wealth. I'm not the superstitious type, but I'm tempted to give it a try. I could use the extra cash. The only things standing in my way are my poor middle-aged hip joints...

Louie's notes[edit]

I bet this would bring in the big bucks.



  • This treasure is very similar to the Doomsday Apparatus from Pikmin 2. They are both:
    • 1,000 units of weight, meaning 100 Purple Pikmin are required to carry it.
    • Noted to weigh one kilogram.
    • The most valuable treasure in their respective games.
    • Found on the surface in the final area in their respective games.
  • Assuming Oatchi's buff skill has been fully upgraded, granting him 100 carry power, only 90 Purple Pikmin are required to carry the treasure once it has been brought down from the ledge. However, it is possible via a glitch using ultra-spicy spray to get Oatchi through the iron bars and help carry it from where it is initially found.[source needed]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese 金の跳び箱?
Kin no Tobibako
Golden Vaulting Box
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
Huángjīn Tiàoxiāng
Golden Vaulting Box
Flag of China Chinese
Huángjīn Tiàoxiāng
Golden Vaulting Box
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Gouden tafel Golden table
Flag of France French Table en or Golden table
Flag of Germany German Gold-Sprungtisch Golden Vaulting Table
Flag of Italy Italian Tavola dorata Golden table
Flag of South Korea Korean 금 뜀틀
Geum Ttwimteul
Golden Vaulting Box
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Obstáculo da abundância Abundance obstacle
Flag of Spain Spanish Potro de salto dorado Golden vaulting horse

See also[edit]