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The characters of the Tamagotchi series. This character sheet covers tropes displayed by the characters not just in the toys, but throughout the entire franchise.

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  • Alien Animals: Many Tamagotchi characters that resemble Earth species (such as Pochitchi, who resembles a dog) can be mistaken for their Earth counterparts.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: A lot of the Tamagotchi characters also fall under this, such as Crackertchi (a party cracker), Yakantchi (a tea kettle), Mousetchi (a computer mouse), Belltchi (a bell), and Shelltchi (a clam shell).
  • Anthropomorphic Food: Several Tamagotchi characters resemble Earth food, including mochi, hamburgers, acorns, and more.
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: Tamagotchis come in all weird shapes and forms, from round balls, to being a talking wine glass, to being a washiki toilet with a giant poo and then an actual sentient giant wad of poo. However, they all eat, communicate, marry and produce offspring with no trouble at all.
  • Black Bead Eyes: Several characters, mostly the ones introduced in the original 90's toys.
  • Blush Sticker: Quite a few characters have permanent blush stickers.
  • Cast Herd: Tamagotchis are broken up into several subspecies: angels, devils, bugs (Mushitchi), fish (Sakanatchi), Akai Tamagotchi, Ura Tamagotchi, My Tamas, Tama Pets, and living entities (Gaiatchi).
  • Cheated Angle: Tamagotchi with beaks or muzzles tend to be drawn "Picasso style" when seen from the side so that the shape of the beak remains the same.
  • Descriptively-Named Species: The "outsiders naming them" variety; Professor Banzo and Mikachu named each species as they discovered them, naming them after Earth culture and objects. After returning to their planet, the Tamagotchis adapted the naming conventions and language.
  • Dub Name Change: Some characters' names are changed when the toys are translated. Some of them are simple translations (for example, "Futagotenshi" becomes "Twin Angels"), while others are for censorship (for example, "Bombtchi" became "Bakutchi").
  • Fantastic Naming Convention: All the Tamagotchi species end in "tchi". Angels, Deviltchi, Akai Tamagotchis, and Ura Tamagotchis have their own conventions as well.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble:
    • Sanguine - Kuchipatchi
    • Choleric - Memetchi
    • Melancholic - Lovelitchi
    • Phlegmatic - Mametchi.
  • Freudian Trio: The main characters (besides Lovelitchi)
    • Mametchi is the Superego, he is easily the most intelligent of the group and is nice to most people he meets.
    • Memetchi is the Id, she is the most emotional of the group and tends to be a crybaby. (Ego sometimes).
    • Kuchipatchi is the Ego, he is typically nice and friendly, but he has many Cloudcuckoolander moments. (Id sometimes).
  • Fingerless Hands: Most Tamagotchis have stubby hands, though they will spontaneously produce visible fingers in certain cases to perform specific actions (such as giving a thumbs up, for example).
  • Gender Equals Breed: The Mesutchi and Osutchi played this straight, with only the baby and child stage characters looking alike. In the 2000-era toys, it's primarily used for the babies, but later versions made some gender-neutral breeds into gender-exclusive. For example, Mametchi was neutral from V1 through V3, but exclusively male from the Entama/V4 onward.
  • Hot Skitty-on-Wailord Action: Tamagotchi marriage can result in this.
  • Innocent Aliens: The majority of Tamagotchi breeds are friendly, and at worst nuisances that can't do much harm. Their primary interest in Earth is to learn about it and befriend humanity, and only originally came to it in the first place to seek refuge from their intoxicated planet.
  • Humanoid Aliens: Initially, Tamagotchis weren't very human with minor exceptions. But more human-like Tamagotchi species have appeared since they visited Earth.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters: Each new toy introduces a number of new characters. According to the Wiki, there are over 1,000 different documented Tamagotchi characters.
  • The Noseless: While there are certain Tamagotchis who have visible noses, they're a minority compared to the characters who don't have visible noses.
  • Only One Name: Most characters. There is at least one exception, though (Makiko, for some reason, has an actual human name - Madeleine Kirie Dotchine).
  • Patchwork Kids: The primary gimmick of the Tamagotchi m!x and Tamagotchi On, where if you marry your Tamagotchi with another, it will have a child with a random mixture of features from both of its parents (e.g. it could have the body of its mother and the facial features of its father). The combination of traits becomes more random with each generation.
  • Plant Aliens: Some Tamagotchi are based on plants, with Kusatchi (a flower Tamagotchi in a flower pot) as one of the earliest examples.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter:
    • Most modern characters tend to have massive heads and big eyes, stubby limbs, and other features that give them overall adorable appearances.
    • On the original virtual pets, how cute the Tamagotchi became was determined by how well they were cared for; severely neglecting a Tamagotchi would result in one that was ugly and had a short life span.
  • Secret Character: A number of releases contain these, often requiring to raise the Tamagotchi in unusual ways to obtain them. Others require using rare items, feeding certain foods, or connecting to other Tamagotchis.
  • Soap Opera Rapid Aging Syndrome: Chamametchi, Kikitchi, and several other teen characters were popular enough with the target demographic that Bandai bumped them up to adults, so that the kids could play with the character longer. Though now this means Chamametchi, who is a very young girl who always has her panties showing, can marry and have children.
  • Talking Poo: Lucky Unchi-kun and Super Unchi-kun.
  • Temporary Online Content: Several characters were only available to raise or marry:
    • On the Entama and Uratama, the special dating cards necessary to raise the secret Hatena and Bikkuri characters were only available through an arcade game. Thankfully, third party software exists to generate the codes needed to unlock them.
    • Dreamitchi and Dazzilitchi, the two secret characters of the Music Star, were only available to players who buy their respective evolution items from the Music Star site, which is no longer online.
    • The Tamagotchi m!x and Meets have marriage partners that are exclusive to stations, which are scattered around various stores in Japan and cycle through different characters depending on the season. The Meets/On also features special marriage partners that are exclusive to the tie-in app, which change every month.
  • Theme Naming: Most characters have names ending in "-tchi".
  • Trademark Favorite Food: On modern versions, many characters have food likes and dislikes. For example, Kuchipatchi's favorite food on the Version 2 is corn.
  • Two Guys and a Girl: Before Lovelitchi became represented as a mascot of the series, the group of mascots had Mametchi and Kuchipatchi as the two guys and Memetchi as the girl.
  • Verbal Tic: A number of character punctuate sentences with one, so much as that there's a page for them.

Main Characters

Debut: Tamagotchi Generation 1 (1996)
Voiced by: Rie Kugimiya (JP), Stephanie Sheh (EN [Let's Go! Tamagotchi and Tamagotchi: The Movie]), Sean Morse (EN [the Tamagotchi TV show]), Erica Mendez (EN [Tamagotchi Friends])

One of the first characters introduced and the protagonist of the anime series. Mametchi is a brilliant, friendly Tamagotchi that lives in Mame City with his parents and little sister. He loves science and is interested in robotics.

  • Always Someone Better: Kuromametchi is more charismatic and charming, while Righttchi is better at robotics.
  • Badass Adorable: He's helped save the Tamagotchi Planet many times, and is incredibly cute.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Was saving his little sister's life even before she hatched.
  • Big Brother Mentor: To his little sister, Chamametchi, who idolizes him.
  • Break the Cutie: Nearly the entirety of the first season of Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream is this. He's stuck living in an unfamiliar city with a mentor that doesn't care about him, and is attending a school where he finds there are students far more advanced in robotics than him. He handles it pretty well until he loses the tea robot competition to Righttchi. An argument with Ikaritchi later that night finally breaks him to the point where he tries to run away home to Tamagotchi Town.
  • Breakout Character: Went from just one face within hundreds of characters to becoming the series mascot.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: In Yume Kira Dream, he calls Ikaritchi out his reclusive, uncaring nature, and ends up dropping Ikaritchi's boat into the sea.
  • Character Development: In Let's Go! Tamagotchi, Mametchi is portrayed as more energetic and somewhat of a Large Ham. He's somewhat less energetic in the TV anime, but still has a cheerful attitude.
  • Chaste Hero: He's completely oblivious to the fact that Himespetchi has a huge crush on him, much to her dismay.
  • Child Prodigy: In the virtual pets, he's considered an adult breed, but he's a young kid in the TV show. In both cases, he's characterized by having an IQ of 250, and in the TV show he's often seen making inventions at home and goes on to take the Robotics class at Dream School in the Yume Kira Dream arc.
  • Childhood Friends: With Memetchi and Kuchipatchi.
  • Disney Death: He and Tanpopo are swallowed by Blackholetchi, but they're later saved when Blackholetchi finally wakes up.
  • Dreadful Musician: So terrible at singing that one attempt caused Himespetchi's ship to crash. Luckily for everyone, Papapianitchi fixes this.
  • Early Installment Character Design Difference: In the North American releases of the 90's toys, he was a blue-colored female rather than a yellow-colored male like he is now.
  • Face Your Fears: Mametchi ends up having to face his fear of the dark in the first movie.
  • Friend to All Children: Is not only a really good big brother to Chamametchi, but has also had several positive interactions with Lovesoratchi as shown in GO-GO Tamagotchi!. Also, episode 131 revolves around him taking care of a large baby bird-like Tamagotchi named Fuwamokotchi.
  • Friendly Rivalry: With Kuromametchi.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Phlegmatic.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He loves to make his own pieces of technology and is often shown inventing something in his room.
  • Gender Flip: Mametchi was a female in the American releases of the 90's toys before being changed to a male later on. Averted in Japan, as he was always a male for the Japanese releases.
  • The Hero: Of both of the films and the anime.
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: He is shown to be very bad at singing. Until episode 26 of Yume Kira Dream, that is, where he learns how to sing properly.
  • Improbably High I.Q.: His is measured at 250. May be justified as his IQ is measured among other Tamagotchis, not humans.
  • It's All My Fault: In The Movie, when he finds out that Sunnytchi left the Tamagotchi Planet.
  • Large Ham: Definitely not as loud as most examples of this trope, but he has his moments in the Let's Go Tamagotchi.
  • Nice Guy: One the nicest members of the cast.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: In The Movie, he develops his own portable sun. The following day, Sunnytchi leaves the Planet.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The nice to Memetchi's mean to Kuchipatchi's in-between, Mametchi is one of the nicest characters on the show and a great brother to Chamametchi.
  • Only Sane Man: Probably the most mature of the three main characters. While he does tend to overthink, he does have more common sense than his somewhat immature friends.
  • Oblivious to Love: He can't seem to grasp the concept or realize when girls are flirting with him, to Himespetchi's dismay.
  • Off-Model: For a long time, the LCD toys depicted him with Black Bead Eyes rather than the almond-shaped eyes he has in official artwork. This has since been corrected.
  • Primal Fear: He's terrified of the dark.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He's the level-headed Blue Oni to Memetchi's emotional red oni. (With Kuchipatchi in between)
  • Rude Hero, Nice Sidekick: Inverted. Mametchi's an exceptional protagonist, but there's several instances in the TV anime where he takes the back seat in favor of the respective saga's female protagonists. Even then, he's not rude by any means, but he doesn't shine nearly as bright as he does when he's given the lead role.
  • Secret-Keeper: Keeps Lovelitchi's identity of Lovelin a secret until she reveals herself to everyone at school.
  • The Spock: Fits this role, Mametchi is the most intelligent member of the tiro, and is also level-headed and supportive.
  • Series Mascot: Gradually became this after the brand rebooted in 2004.
  • She's a Man in Japan: While he was always male in Japan, the initial wave of Tamagotchi toys in America made him a female. Later incarnations of the series released in America switch his gender.
  • Ship Tease: Even though Mametchi doesn't seem to fully grasp romance, he has had moments of this nature with some of his female Tama-Friends.
    • Despite not taking any hints from Himespetchi's obvious crush on him, he doesn't hesitate going on a ferris wheel with her in episode 126 or seeing fireworks with her in Yume Kira Dream's 35th episode. He also makes a dance offer to Himespetchi only in GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 30.
    • Lovelitchi and Mametchi are on excellent terms and have shared a ton of screentime even after Melodytchi came along. Lovelitchi was involved in the organization of at least three birthday parties for Mametchi (6b, 56a, and Yume Kira Dream 10), and Mametchi willingly put the first of these parties on hold for the entire day waiting for Lovelitchi to show up. They were also the first to hold hands while trying to eliminate the egg curse in episode 143.
    • When Cafe Mama agreed to be Mametchi's homestay guardian following Yume Kira Dream episode 22, this meant living in Music Cafe with Pianitchi. As shown through the remainder of Yume Kira Dream as well Miracle Friends, they make pretty good housemates and get along very well, and in the episode beforehand (Pianitchi's debut episode), they worked together to figure out Ikaritchi's aloofness.
  • Significant Birth Date: Mametchi's birthday is November 23rd, the same day the original Tamagotchi toys were first sold in Japan in 1996.
  • The Smart Guy: He has an IQ of 250.
  • Smart People Build Robots: When he joins Dream School, he majors in robotics.
  • Token Good Teammate: Among the trio, he is the least antagonistic.
  • Voiced Differently in the Dub: His voice in the English dub of the original anime, while fitting, is completely different than his original high-pitched voice.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Not to his own father, but to his homestay parent, Ikaritchi, in Yume Kira Dream. Finally does earn his respect in episode 22, just before Ikaritchi leaves.

Debut: Tamagotchi Generation 1 (1996)
Voiced by: Asami Yaguchi (JP), Evelyn Lantto (EN)

One of the first characters introduced. Kuchipatchi is a sweet but dim Tamagotchi that lives in the Patchi Forest with his parents and baby twin brothers. He loves food and is interested in becoming a chef.

  • Balloon Belly: If there's nobody around to stop him, he tends to eat until he reaches this point.
  • Big Eater: His primary characteristic is that he's usually very hungry and likes to eat a lot.
  • The Big Guy: While not much bigger than his friends, he's much stronger.
  • Butt-Monkey: He seems to have became this in the TV series, for example, in the first episode, he trips over and falls during the race, causing him to turn into a ball, however, he isn’t as accident-prone as most examples of this trope.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Tends to be this due to how simple-minded he is.
  • The Ditz: Easily distracted and his mind tends to wander to food.
  • Do Well, But Not Perfect: On many virtual pets, earning him usually means this.
  • Fat Best Friend: To Mametchi. Has traits of type A and C.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Sanguine.
  • Fat Comic Relief: A downplayed example; he's not much bigger than his friends and is generally considered a healthy character to raise on the virtual pets, but his Big Eater traits and his role in the show tend to make him into this.
  • Follow Your Nose: He does this in GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 11 to find Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi's missing clothes. He detours to the cafeteria first, naturally.
  • Growling Gut: Being Obsessed with Food makes him the most likely to have a grumbling stomach when he's hungry.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: It can be hard for him to share due to his obsession with food, but he is a good guy.
  • The Klutz: He can be very clumsy, especially in the anime.
  • Kindhearted Simpleton: Not as intelligent as Mametchi, but he makes it up for his loyalty.
  • The Kirk: He is not as intelligent as Mametchi, but he is more level-headed than Memetchi.
  • Nice Guy: Also one of the nicest members of the cast.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The in-between to Mametchi's nice to Memetchi's mean. Kuchipatchi is mostly a kind Tamagotchi, but he's The Ditz in terms of intelligence, and he can also be rude at times.
  • Obsessed with Food: Food is on Kuchipatchi's mind most of the time and he will gladly chomp down any pieces of food he can get his hands on.
  • Rubber Man: His body can stretch at will.
  • Series Mascot: Served as this, especially in the US.
  • Significant Birth Date: His birthday is May 18th, the day when Tamagotchi toys first came to the US in 1997.
  • Simpleton Voice: In Tamagotchi Honto no Hanashi and Tamagotchi Video Adventures, he has a deep-pitched, stupid-sounding voice. Later Tamagotchi media such as the 2009 anime make his voice much higher-pitched.
  • Verbal Tic: Says "da-tchi" at the end of every sentence (or just "-tchi" in the English dub). In the Tamagotchi Friends anime, he says "da-tchi" with his English sentences.

Debut: Tamagotchi Connection (2004)
Voiced by: Ryoka Yuzuki (JP), Stephanie Sheh (EN)

One of the major recurring characters introduced when the franchise rebooted in 2004. A stylish and sociable girl, she lives in Guruguru Town with her parents and little sister. She loves fashion and is interested in hair styling.

  • Bratty Half-Pint: She is normally a nice tamagotchi, but she is not above throwing tantrums and crying, which is most prominently seen in "The Power of Gossip!"
  • Berserk Button: Mess with her hair curl at your own risk. (Weirdly enough, in The Movie, when Tanpopo stretches Memetchi's hair after seeing the Tamagotchi world for the first time, she doesn't press this berserk button.)
  • Cool Big Sis: To her little sister, Imotchi.
  • Demoted to Extra: She had appeared on every virtual pet since the 2004 reboot...until the Tamagotchi Smart, where she's absent from the base cast and is only available via download.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: She can either be Sanguine or Choleric Depending on the Writer.
  • The Fashionista: She's fascinated with the latest fashion trends. Unlike her rival Makiko, she's also interested in making her own fashion.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Sure, she's one of the protagonists and means well, but she tends to be jerkish and emotional compared to her friends. In the episode "The Power of Gossip!", for instance, she freaks out at Uwasatchi and Safetytchi spreading gossip about her signature curl of hair being fake and spreads gossip about Safetytchi to teach them not to so much as even verbally hurt her hair.
  • Hot-Blooded: While typically passive, she can be this at her absolute worst, for example, she got angry in "The Power of Gossip" consistently and didn’t apologize for yelling.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: She is very easily angered.
  • Hairstyle Malfunction: One episode involved her having a panic attack over her hair standing straight up.
  • It's All About Me: She can get increasingly selfish Depending on the Writer, especially in The Power Of Gossip.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She seems to get more bossy from "The Power of Gossip!" onwards, but is still kind and means well.
  • Karma Houdini: She can be this at times, for example, in The Power of Gossip, she gets no punishment for her cruel actions.
  • The McCoy: Fits this role, Memetchi's a bit on the emotional side.
  • Nobody Touches the Hair: She doesn't take it kindly if you mess with her hair curl. This includes messing with it verbally, as shown in an episode where Uwasatchi makes up gossip about the hair curl being fake.
  • The Napoleon: She is short and has a Hair-Trigger Temper, but not in the early episodes.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The mean to Mametchi's nice to Kuchipatchi's in-between, this is downplayed though, since Memetchi is also nice, but she has crybaby tendencies and can be pretty mean at times.
  • Only Sane Man: Mametchi tends to overthink while Kuchipatchi tends not to take things seriously, usually leaving her to set them both straight. But there are some times where she’s just as immature as Kuchipatchi and Mametchi needs to play the role as the sane one.
  • Prone to Tears: She cries a lot, especially in the anime.
  • Quirky Curls: Well, one curl anyway.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: She is the emotional red oni to Mametchi's level-headed blue oni.
  • The Rival: To Makiko.
  • Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: A more downplayed version of this, but this doesn’t mean she is above being bratty and getting into arguments with her friends & family.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Even though she and Makiko are rivals, they still see each other as friends to some degree.

Debut: Tamagotchi iD (2009)
Voiced by: Kei Shindo (JP)

A young girl who lives a secret double life as a popular Idol Singer.

  • Bunnies for Cuteness: She's a Ridiculously Cute Critter like a bunch of the other Tamagotchis and looks like a White Bunny.
  • Clark Kenting: Literally the only thing separating Lovelitchi from Lovelin is a blue heart painted on her cheek.
  • Cool Big Sis: Becomes this after Lovesoratchi is born.
  • Demoted to Extra:
    • In the anime, she was one of the leading characters of Tamagotchi!, but due to the main cast moving to Dream Town, she only appears in episode 10 of Yume Kira Dream and doesn't appear at all in Miracle Friends. She returns as one of the lead characters in GO-GO Tamagotchi!.
    • On the virtual pets, she was absent from the Tamagotchi P's until she became downloadable via a Pierce. She was on every virtual pet since, but was absent from the Tamagotchi Smart, again relegated to being a download option via a card.
  • Flaming Hair: As "Lovely Fire". Flaming ears, in this case.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Melancholic.
  • Idol Singer: Her celebrity alter ego is an idol singer named Lovelin.
  • Living a Double Life: Lives a double life as the idol singer Lovelin.
  • Poster Girl: Became this shortly after her debut.
  • Secret Identity: She tries to keep her identity as Lovelin a secret. She ends up revealing it to her Tama-Friends at some point, though, out of fear that keeping the secret wouldn't make her a true Tama-Friend (Tama-Friends are never supposed to keep secrets or tell lies).
  • Shrinking Violet: She is very shy, but has shown occasional signs of confidence following episode 6b.
  • Significant Birth Date: Lovelitchi's birthday, September 10th, is also the birthday of her Japanese voice actress, Kei Shindo.
  • White Bunny: The white-furred Lovelitchi, with her rabbit-like ears, looks like one.

Supporting Characters

Debut: Tamagotchi Connection Version 5 (2007)
Voiced by: Johnny Yong Bosch (English)

  • Affectionate Nickname: Orenetchi likes to call him "Kuromame-san".
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Despite being a dark version of Mametchi, he is often portrayed just as heroic and charismatic as Mametchi, if not moreso.
  • Emotions vs. Stoicism: One day he realizes he's losing his stoicism and acting more cheerful and emotional. It takes some soul-searching before he realizes he can be both.
  • Not So Above It All: One episode involves him starting to act more like Mametchi, which terrifies him.
  • Secret Character: He was this on his debut virtual pet, the Version 5.
  • Sempai/Kohai: Orenetchi's sempai.
Debut: Chou Jinsei Enjoy Tamagotchi Plus (2005)

A fashion-minded girl, aiming to be the most popular girl in Tamagotchi School.

Debut: Tamagotchi iD Lovely Melody ver.

A girl from Melody Land who plays the violin.

  • Companion Cube: Her Melody Violin, which she calls "My Friend" and brings with her wherever she goes. It later turns out to not only be as old as Melody Land itself, but is also sentient.
  • Gratuitous English: She often slips English words and phrases into her speech. Also, instead of saying "watashi wa" (Japanese for the first-person pronoun "I"), she says "mi wa", with "mi" being the English word "me".
  • Intergenerational Friendship: With Oyajitchi.
  • Oblivious to Love: Melodytchi has no understanding of romantic love at all.
  • Signature Instrument: Her pink violin, who she refers to as "My Friend".
  • Sweet Tooth: She loves to eat sweets, to such an extent that in one episode she gets in a fight with Kuchipatchi over a cookie.
  • What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: Melodytchi has literally no understanding of romantic love at all. One episode of GO-GO Tamagotchi! is about her being forced into a marriage and not being especially fazed by it until Lovelitchi explains to her that she has to be with her husband for the rest of her life if they get married.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: Dresses up as Oyajitchi as part of a comedy duo.
Debut: Tamagotchi iD L (2011)

A girl who moved from an unknown town and lives/works on Tama Street as a fashion designer.

  • Break the Cutie: The Egg Curse arc ends up being this for her. She has to watch her own sister become afflicted, following the rest of Tamagotchi Town. She ends up as the only main character to break down and fall to the curse.
  • Catchphrase: She has several of them, so much that other Tamagotchis have a hard time understanding her.
  • Despair Event Horizon: She crosses it when it turns out the last Tama Heart mural is missing, and the reality of how close she and all of her friends are to dying hits her. This makes her vulnerable to the Egg Curse.
  • Ears as Hair: She wears her ears on top of her head.
  • The Fashionista: She runs a shop that specializes in Tamamori, a kind of elaborate and feminine fashion popular with Tamagotchis.
Debut: Tamagotchi 4U (2014)

Orenetchi's older sister, who has a crush on Kuromametchi.

  • Catchphrase: "Neenekyun", in much the same vein as Himespetchi's catchphrase "gigakyun".
  • Fat and Skinny: The "Fat" to Orenetchi's "Skinny".
  • Formerly Fat: She works her fat off twice, but regains the weight by the next episode.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: She has bright pink skin and wears a mostly darker pink dress, in contrast to Orenetchi who is mostly blue.
  • Temporary Bulk Change: Inverted. Neenetchi works off her fat twice, but in both instances the weight comes back by the next episode.
Debut: Tamagotchi 4U (2014)

Neenetchi's little brother. Looks up to Kuromametchi as a role model.

Debut: Tamagotchi Generation 1 (1996)

An older Tamagotchi that loves sake. He travels through Tamagotchi Town with his cart, selling traditional Japanese-style foods and beverages.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: The anime toned down his drinking and womanizing significantly, making him more of a traveling oddball whose words of wisdom point younger Tamagotchis in the right direction.
  • The Alcoholic: He is obsessed with sake.
  • Armless Biped: He has two skinny legs, but no arms.
  • Cool Old Guy: In the anime, his off-beat wisdom is often what helps the main characters solve their problems.
  • Dirty Old Man: He was originally implied to be this, but it was never seen in any media or toys, and would be removed entirely in the anime adaption.
  • Frothy Mugs of Water: His sake addiction is replaced with coffee for US toys.
  • Informed Attribute: His Dirty Old Man tendencies were only ever implied, never outright stated or shown.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: With Melodytchi.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: He's the one who gave the Tamagotchi Planet a drink, which got it drunk, forcing the Tamagotchis to flee to Earth.
  • Secret Character: Debuted as one on the original Tamagotchi, and was this for all of the Connection and Plus series toys (until the Version 5), as well as the Tama-Go and Plus Color.
  • Waddling Head: He resembles an old man's head with feet.
Debut: Tamagotchi Generation 2 (1997)

  • Bunnies for Cuteness: She resembles a round White Bunny with black ears.
  • Demoted to Extra: Was initially one of the major mascot characters in the franchise, but gradually became a more minor character. That said, she's the only Generation 2 character to get any major recognition since 2004.
  • Series Mascot: Served as one briefly when the franchise rebooted in 2004, before Mametchi took the role.
  • The Smart Girl: She's established to be on the same level as Mametchi in intelligence.
  • Temporary Online Content: She was available as a marriage partner on the Tamagotchi Meets app in June 2019.
  • Verbal Tic: She says "hop" at the end of her sentences.
Debut: Keitai Tamagotchi Plus (2004)
Voiced by: Hinako Sasaki (Japanese), Veronica Taylor (English)

A girl from Flower Hills who loves nature, especially flowers.

    The Gotchi King
Voiced by: Hiroshi Ōtake (JP), Dan Green (EN)

The ruler of Tamagotchi Planet. Resembles a giant golden egg.

  • Bizarre Sexual Dimorphism: His wife and daughters are egg-shaped but not limbless and faceless like he is.
  • The Blank: He has no face at all, yet is able to eat and communicate with other Tamagotchis just fine.
  • Canon Immigrant: He first appeared in the Tamagotchi Research Report book, but wouldn't appear on any virtual pets until the Keitai Tamagotchi Plus.
  • Egg Folk: He resembles a limbless, faceless golden egg.
  • Gold-Colored Superiority: His entire body is gold, and he's the ruler of the Planet.
  • The Good King: He's responsible for all of the inhabitants of the Tamagotchi Planet, and is revered for it.
    • On the Keitai and Akai models, donating enough Gotchi Points to him will have him send a personal servant (Unchi-Kun) to the user's Tamagotchi, who will clean up any poop the user fails to, significantly lowering the chances of the Tamagotchi getting sick.
  • Laugh Themselves Sick: If he laughs too hard, his outer shell breaks.
    Princess Tamako
Voiced by: Kawase Akiko (JP), Veronica Taylor (EN)

    Dream Town 

Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi
Yumemitchi on the left, Kiraritchi on the right.
Two best friends in Dream Town who both aspire to be Idol Singers. A mysterious fortune teller gives them the Yume Kira Bags, which transforms their wardrobe into one of any occupation, allowing them to utilize that job's skills.

  • Idol Singer: They both aspire to become this. They're sent to Melody Land to train, and have fully become Idols when they reappear in GO-GO Tamagotchi!.
  • Nice Hat: Kiraritchi's hat. It's implied she made it herself.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Their transformations are merely changes in costume, yet other Tamagotchis can't recognize them. It's implied the outfits have a stronger effect on their appearance than they know.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: They've probably been the best of Tama-Friends since early childhood, and aren't seen apart very often.
  • Spoiled Sweet: Yumemitchi comes from an incredibly wealthy family, but is sweet and kind to a fault.
  • Those Two Guys: In the anime, you usually can't see one of them without the other hanging out with them.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: While Kiraritchi isn't really a tomboy, she has blue and stars as her preferential color and shape, while Yumemitchi's are pink and hearts, respectively.
  • Transformation Trinket: They both have Yume Kira bags which allow them to transform into a person of a particular occupation, along with giving them said person's skills.
  • Unusual Ears: One of the manga stories shows Yumemitchi's ears stretching extra long as she uses them to catch a ball and to fly. It's All Just a Dream, though.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?:
    • Both characters are afraid of rollercoasters.
    • Yumemitchi is Afraid of Needles and tries to imagine a past experience with getting a shot in episode 9 of Yume Kira Dream to get herself to tear up for her performing class. It doesn't work.

Café Mama
Debut: Tamagotchi P's

Pianitchi's wise, kind mother who runs the Music Café. She becomes Mametchi's homestay parent after Ikaritchi leaves.

Mametchi's aloof homestay parent who lives by the sea. Perpetually working on a fishing boat, Ikaritchi awes Mametchi with his knowledge, but frustrates him with his complete detatchment from the world around him.

  • Back for the Finale: Makes a brief cameo during the final episode of GO-GO Tamagotchi!.
  • Cynical Mentor: How Mametchi sees him, although he wasn't this with Aguritchi.
  • Daddy Didn't Show: Doesn't show up for Mametchi's robot competition.
  • Final First Hug: A non-fatal example. Hugs both Mametchi and Aguritchi before he leaves Dream Town on his ship.
  • Grumpy Old Man: An elderly man whose is always in a terrible mood, making it difficult for Mametchi to connect with him.
  • Hands-Off Parenting: His way of caring for Mametchi. Though not how he treated Aguritchi.

Pianitchi's father, a charismatic and flirtatious music tutor that lives in Melody Land.

  • Amicable Exes: While it's never outright stated, he lives in a completely different city from Cafe Mama, and they're on good terms.
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: Has large, white eyebrows, and notably one of the characters to have eyebrows at all.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Despite his over-the-top flamboyant personality, he's incredible at his job, necessitating he stay at Melody Land to work. The first episode featuring him shows how good he is by curing Mametchi's tone-deafness.
  • Daddy Didn't Show: Fails to pick up Cafe Mama and Pianitchi from the airport, because he's with one of his clients.

Debut: Tamagotchi P's

Cafe Mama's daughter, and an expert pianist.

  • Artsy Beret: She wears a purple beret, though her art is music, not painting.
  • Brought to You by the Letter "S": The "p" emblem on her beret.
  • Childhood Friends: With many of the Dream Town students, as well as Ikaritchi and Aguritchi.
  • The Finicky One: She's a little more uptight than Melodytchi and Lovelitchi.
  • Friend to All Children: She's really good with kids, as demonstrated when she helped Smartotchi care for some at a daycare.
  • Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Her beret and dress are purple.
  • Love at First Note: Develops an impression on Smartotchi when she hears his piano playing, before she's even seen him or knows his name. Whether it really counts as romantic love or not is up for debate.
  • Morality Pet: To Smartotchi, leading to him revealing his secret identity.
  • Nice Hat: She wears a purple-colored hat resembling a beret with a "p" symbol on it.
  • Piano Key Wave: Often does this with her Smapi when she's excited or happy.

Debut: Tamagotchi P's

Makeup artist extraordinaire who loves to talk.

  • Ambidextrous Sprite: Notably her 2D sprites have her ponytail and cap switch positions depending were she's facing.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: She's sometimes gets quite distracted and loses focus.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Can be a little loopy at times, especially when she's ends up stuck on a subject talking to herself as if there is another incarnation only visible to her eyes.
  • Motor Mouth: She talks a lot and pretty fast sometimes.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a small pink cap that resembles a powder puff.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Girly personality with pink almost everywhere on her outfit.
  • Talking to Themself: To the point where there's an incarnation she's speaking to only visible to her eyes.
  • Theme Music Power-Up: Usually sings a song when she's about to use her Dream Coffret Palette.

    From the Future 

Miraitchi and Clulutchi
Clulutchi on the left, Miraritchi on the right.
Debut: Tamagotchi P's

Identical twins living in the future Dream Town. In Miracle Friends, they are accidentally sent to the past by the Dreambakutchis, and have to work with Mametchi and co to round them up so they can return home.

  • Always Identical Twins: They do have enough Identical Twin ID Tags to give them more distinct appearances, but they've still got the same basic design at their core and they keep having to explain to others that they're "not alike at all."
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: Miraitchi has a pink flower ornament in her hair, while Clulutchi wears a little purple crown. Miraitchi's hair points to the right, and Clulutchi's points to the left.
  • Meaningful Name: "Mirai" is Japanese for "future". The twins are both from the future, hence one of them being named Miraitchi.
  • Polar Opposite Twins: Miraitchi is more bubbly, but is prone to rushing and panicking. Clulutchi is more calm-minded and thoughtful, but isn't as outgoing.
  • Punny Name: Taking the "Mirai" and "Clulu" from their names and putting them together forms "miraclulu" (meant to be "mirakuru", the English word "miracle" spelt in the Japanese alphabet).
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Their personalities and color schemes (Miraitchi wears pink and Clulutchi wears purple) matches the trope.
  • Theme Twin Naming: Specifically Punny Names that more or less form the word "miracle" when put together the right way.

Debut: Tamagotchi P's

The main antagonist of Miracle Friends, Smartotchi attempts to capture the Dreambakutchi before Miraitchi and Clulutchi under the guise of "X-Kamen".

  • Arc Villain: He serves as the main villain in Miracle Friends, pulls a Heel–Face Turn by the end of the installment, and makes no further appearances in the anime series (although he is mentioned a couple of times in GO-GO Tamagotchi!).
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: His friendship with Pianitchi helps spur him into breaking out of his stoicism, leading to his Heel–Face Turn.
  • Duet Bonding: Spending time playing the piano with Pianitchi helps him warm up to her. In the final scene of Miracle Friends, they play a duet for each other, with Pianitchi in the past and Smartotchi in the future.
  • Heel–Face Turn: When he finally reveals himself and his intentions, the other Tamagotchis are happy to help him with his quest, and he abandons his X-Kamen identity.
  • Lonely Piano Piece: He plays a melancholy piece on the piano when he first arrives in present-day Dream Town.
  • The Stoic: Starts off as this, but gradually breaks out of it thanks to Pianitchi.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: His companion, X, seems to enjoy the thrill of being an antagonist more than Smartotchi does.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: All he wanted was to restore the last remaining piano in the future.

Candy PakuPaku
Debut: Tamagotchi P's

Miraitchi and Clulutchi's ditzy best friend that's accidentally sent to the past.

  • Meaningful Name: "Paku" is a Japanese onomatopoeia for eating, so the name "Candy Pakupaku" is referring to her love for candy.


The Spacy Brothers
Clockwise from the top: Spacytchi, Pipospetchi, and Akaspetchi.
Debut: Tamagotchi iD

A trio of aliens bent on taking over the Tamagotchi Planet. The leader is Spacytchi, along with his little brothers Akaspetchi and Pipospetchi.

  • Beautiful All Along: When Spacytchi gets a decent bath, he actually becomes attractive to female Tamagotchis.
  • Brought to You by the Letter "S": Spacytchi has an "S" on his shirt.
  • Cephalothorax: Pipospetchi and Akaspetchi don't have humanoid bodies, unlike Spacytchi, and are instead just heads with arms and legs.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Spacytchi has one with Himespetchi.
  • Dark Is Evil: Spacytchi is the primary antagonist of the series and is mostly black and gray in color.
  • Comic Trio: Despite being the major recurring antagonists, their primary goal is comedy relief.
  • Easily Thwarted Alien Invasion: Expect just about any plans the Spacy Brothers have to take over Tamagotchi Planet to be ruined by the end of the episode.
  • Enfant Terrible: They're definitely children given that they go to Tamagotchi School, but they also want to take over Tamagotchi Planet.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Whenever Pipospetchi comments on one of their schemes, Spacytchi and Akaspetchi either cower in fear or tell him he's going too far. This suggests that Pipospetchi's methods of conquering Tamagotchi Planet are too much, even for his brothers.
  • Evil Wears Black: The antagonistic Spacytchi wears a black suit.
  • The Flatwoods Monster: The Spacy Brothers, as well as Himespetchi, have spade-shaped heads and gloves that emphasise their hands, an appearance meant to invoke this monster.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: The three see themselves as being this someday.
  • Harmless Villain: None of their ideas for dominating Tamagotchi Planet ever work, and nobody even suspects them of wanting to take over in the first place (except for Uwasatchi in one episode, but even then nobody believes her).
  • Horns of Villainy: Spacytchi has horns protruding from the sides of his head.
  • Hypocrite: Spacytchi doesn't believe in the existence of aliens, even though he is an alien trying to invade a planet.
  • In Touch with His Feminine Side: Spacytchi and Akaspetchi are both seen wearing dresses on a few occasions and show no shame in it.
  • Love Hurts: Spacytchi has to deal with this twice.

Debut: Tamagotchi iD L

An alien princess who made herself home on the Tamagotchi Planet and has fallen in love with Mametchi.

  • Alien Princess: Himespetchi is the princess of Spacy Land, and her parents, who were introduced around the time the Tamagotchi m!x released, are a king and queen. With that said, her physical appearance isn't particularly royal and the fact that she's a princess at all is rarely ever a major plot point in the anime.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: Unfortunately for her, Mametchi is Oblivious to Love, but she never gives up on him. Becomes more tragic in Yume Kira Dream. Her parents want her to return home, but she wants to know how Mametchi feels before she decides on leaving. Mametchi still doesn't get it, and a heartbroken Himespetchi settles on going home.
  • Arranged Marriage: The reason why she fled from home.
  • The Bus Came Back: She returns in the first episode of GO-GO Tamagotchi! after having left for her home planet in episode 35 of Yume Kira Dream, and she becomes a recurring character again.
  • Catchphrase: "Gigakyun" (translated as "Giga crush", "Giga hearts", and "Giga love" in Tamagotchi Friends) and "Gigashyun". The former is an exclamation often associated with her fantasies about Mametchi, while the latter is an exclamation of sadness she uses sometimes.
  • Childhood Friends: With Spaceytchi.
  • Creepy Crossdresser: Her crush on Mametchi reaches the point where she crossdresses as him. While it's unsettling to everyone else, she's not being outright malicious.
  • Flying Saucer: Her house is one, shaped like a big pink chestnut.
  • Genki Girl: She's generally a very outgoing and happy girl to begin with, but will get especially excited if she's imagining herself with Mametchi. In one episode of GO-GO Tamagotchi!, she gets so excited about Mametchi that she crossdresses as him.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: Of the massive amount of Mametchi-themed stuff she keeps in her house, her favorite is a little plush toy of him that she sleeps with and talks to like the real Mametchi.
  • Good Angel, Bad Angel: Two appear when she has to make difficult decisions. Of note, her "Good Angel" is a cupid.
  • Love at First Sight: It only takes a few seconds for her to develop a crush on Mametchi when she first sees him.
  • Love Interest: She's described as having a "giga crush" on Mametchi, and it shows pretty blatantly.
  • Oblivious to Love: She seems to become oblivious to the fact that Spacytchi has a crush on her the moment she herself falls for Mametchi.
  • Palm-on-Cheek Pose: One piece of stock artwork depicts her with both her wrists on her cheeks as she gives her signature "heart-shaped eyes" face. She strikes poses like this in the anime as well, such as in episode 120 when she notices Mametchi is sleeping in the bed next to hers.
  • Princesses Prefer Pink: Himespetchi the space princess wears an outfit that has quite a bit of pink and magenta on it.
  • Put on a Bus: She goes back to her home planet during the second season of Yume Kira Dream.
  • Rebellious Princess: Even though she has her own kingdom on her planet, she'd rather be on the Tamagotchi Planet.
  • Rubber-Forehead Aliens: Really the only things making her stand out from normal Tamagotchis are her head shape and her giant gloves.
  • Satellite Love Interest: Inverted. While she does have other character traits, Himespetchi is mostly identified by her crush on Mametchi and some of her other characteristics wind up helping her to drive the message home even further (e.g. she shows an interest in robotics and takes the Robotics class in Dream School... to be with Mametchi, who is also in that class). However, the relationship is one-sided, with Mametchi being completely unaware of her affections.
  • Significant Birth Date: She was born on Valentine's Day, hence her romantic nature in regards to Mametchi.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: Himespetchi's one true love is Mametchi, and she won't let you forget it.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Toward Mametchi.
  • Thinks Like a Romance Novel: If her daydreams are any indication, she's got quite a romantic and passionate idea of how she would probably interact with Mametchi if she weren't too shy to actually do so. She'll take just about any scenario whenever he appears and translate into some kind of romantic fantasy (such as imagining she's making some breakfast for him, or that she's playing a romantic game of volleyball on the beach with him, or something similar).
  • White Gloves: Seems to be a recurring theme of her and Spacytchi's kind.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She's very much afraid of slugs and snails.
  • Wingding Eyes: Nine times out of ten, Himespetchi's eyes will turn into red-colored hearts at the climax of her daydreams about Mametchi. It often concides with her saying her catchphrase "gigakyun".


Professor Banzo
A scientist on Earth. He developed the first Tamagotchi device to allow Tamagotchis to live safely on Earth's atmosphere.

Professor Banzo's high school assistant. She painted the first Tamagotchi shells and brought them to school, starting the Tamagotchi craze in Japan.

  • Eccentric Artist: She was the one who began painting the Tamagotchi shells with unique designs.

A young girl that accidentally gets transported to the Tamagotchi Planet in Tamagotchi: The Movie.

  • Audience Surrogate: She's about the same age as the target demographic, and is dealing with things children her age go through.
  • Cool Big Sis: Ultimately, she aspires to be one, thanks to her adventure.
  • Disney Death: She and Mametchi are swallowed by Blackholetchi, but they're later saved when Blackholetchi finally wakes up.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Unusually, nothing seems to be holding them in place.
  • Growing Up Sucks: The impending birth of her little sister, and the new responsibilities that her parents are expecting from her, makes her anxious about growing up. Her adventure with the Tamagotchis helps her move past this.
  • Token Human: She's the only human who appears in Tamagotchi: The Movie. Of course, she got transported to Tamagotchi Planet by accident, so it shouldn't be that surprising.

A human girl who gets transported to Tamagotchi Planet by accident in the TV show.

  • Flat Character: Compared to a lot of the other characters, Tomomi doesn't have much of a distinct personality or backstory.
  • Token Human: Same deal as Tanpopo from the first film; both were transported to Tamagotchi Planet by accident, so of course they'd be the only humans in their respective parts of the series.
  • Interspecies Friendship: With the Tamagotchis.