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Though the manga has never been published in English (there is an official Spanish translation released through Norma Editorial, though), certain 4-koma strips based on the series and illustrated by Chikako Mori can be found in ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch2''.

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Though the manga has never been published in English (there is an official Spanish translation released through Norma Editorial, though), certain 4-koma {{Yonkoma}} strips based on the series and illustrated by Chikako Mori can be found in ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch2''.


Though the manga has never appeared outside of Japan, strips based on the series are viewable in ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch2''.

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Though the manga has never appeared outside of Japan, been published in English (there is an official Spanish translation released through Norma Editorial, though), certain 4-koma strips based on the series are viewable and illustrated by Chikako Mori can be found in ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch2''.

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''Yo-kai Watch: Wakuwaku Nyanderful Days'' (''Yo-kai Watch: Exciting Nyanderful Days'') is {{shoujo|demographic}} manga based on the ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch'' game series starting with [[VideoGame/YokaiWatch2 the second game]]. It is drawn by Chikako Mori and began in December of 2013.

Katie is an eleven year old girl who meets two {{youkai}}, Jibanyan and Whisper, at an antique shop. She befriends them and gains a special Yo-kai Watch that allows her to see yokai.

Though the manga has never appeared outside of Japan, strips based on the series are viewable in ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch2''.
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!!This manga provides examples of:

* ComicBookAdaptation: The manga adapts ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch2'' and ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch3''.
* DraggedIntoDrag: Dazzabel forces others to wear elaborate dresses, nevermind their gender.
* KidHero: Katie is a fifth grader who befriends various yokai and goes on adventures with them.

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