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     Heartful Tribe 

Speedy, artful! Sing la-la-la! Everywhere Heartful!

The Heartful Tribe is home to some of the most helpful Yo-kai. They lift your spirits, have touching backstories, and can't help pouring their hearts out. In-game, the lean heavily towards healing fellow allies.

Happierre (Honobono)

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Voiced by: Masahito Yabe (Japanese), Paul Greenberg (English), René Sagastume (Latin American Spanish), Graziano Galoforo (Italian)

"Hon hon hon!"

A happy Yo-Kai that appears as a yellow gas with a flower growing out of his head, Happierre's ability is to mellow out an area's atmosphere and make people happy. When with his wife Dismarelda, their powers cancel each other out.


  • Fusion Dance: Can be fused with Dismarelda to create Reversa.

Hungramps (Himoji)

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Voiced by: Tadashi Miyazawa (Japanese), Paul Greenberg (English), Ariel Abadi (Latin American Spanish), Riccardo Rovatti (Italian)

"Hungry..."

A Yo-Kai that takes the form of a small, pink, egg-shaped old man in a kimono. Has the ability to make people carelessly consume food when possessing certain areas.


  • Adult Fear: Namely, seemingly losing connection to one's grandchild and forgetting your grandchild's face.
  • Black Comedy Cannibalism: No Anthropomorphic Food Yo-Kai is safe when he is around, especially if that Yo-Kai is a bowl of rice, as demonstrated in episodes 70 and 85 (he prefers his rice soaked in tea and screaming in terror and agony). Not even baby Spenps are safe from this glutton!
  • Big Eater: What he causes people to become.
  • Cool Old Guy: He really is a sweet old man who is waiting for his granddaughter to visit the convenience store they always used to go to. Is able to release an extremely high amount of pressure when he feels threatened, which should tell you how powerful he is aside from his ability.
  • The Dreaded: To any Yo-kai resembling food, such as Wotchagot and Pride Shrimp.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: Never gave up on the possibility that his granddaughter may come back to that convenience store for an untold amount of time, and just as he realizes how unlike she'll come and is leaving, a teenager and her friends pass by, with her saying that she wished she have played with her grandpa more.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Along with Grubsnitch, he is appalled upon seeing how Jerry obtains the medal of Life-is-Parfait.
  • Fusion Dance: In Yo-kai Watch 2 onward, Hungramps can also evolves into Hungorge by fusing him with a Love-Packed Rice Ball.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: Forms one with Grubsnitch (a younger Yo-Kai) over their love of eating.
  • The Medic
  • Nice Guy: Gives up on haunting the convenience store when given some Tough Love by Whisper, thanking him and Nate for making it clear to him that his granddaughter might never return to that place.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Rice Balls.

Wiglin, Steppa, and Rhyth (Wakame-kun, Konbu-san, and Mekabu-chan)

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From left to right: Wiglin, Steppa, Rhyth
Wiglin is voiced by: Masahito Yabe (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English), Renato Novara (Italian)
Steppa is voiced by: Tooru Nara (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English), Paolo De Santis (Italian)
Rhyth is voiced by: Ryoko Nagata (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English), Valentina Pallavicino (Italian)

"Dancing trio, 10 out of 10!"

A trio of seaweed Yo-Kai who love dancing. Nate gets them to inspirit him in order to dance well and impress his classmates.


Peppillon (Ageageha)

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A butterfly Yo-Kai that can make the inspirited get hyped up over the littlest things. One inspirits Nate and his family during a spring break vacation to a waterfall.


  • Metal Slime: A rare S-rank Yo-kai that can only find it in Mt. Wildwood in the first game.
  • Mundane Made Awesome: The dust that it sprinkles from its wings makes people see everything like this.
  • Mystical White Hair: One of Peppillon's more human-like features, along with the face.
  • Pretty Butterflies: Is based off a swallowtail butterfly in Japan.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Juice.
  • Vocal Dissonance: A beautiful butterfly, with a girlish figure and alluring eyes, and it has the voice of an excited, squeaky-voiced man. Averted in the episode of the anime it appears in though.

Grubsnitch (Tsunamiguinosuke)

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Voiced by: Chie Satou (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English), Federica Valenti (Italian)

A Yo-Kai that likes to sneak small bites off of other people's food.


Enerfly (Zekkocho)

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Voiced by: Tooru Nara (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English)

A butterfly Yo-Kai who makes those who it inspirits lucky.


Enefly (Zekkocho)

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Voiced by: Tooru Nara (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English)

A butterfly Yo-kai who makes those it Inspirits cut ties with their best friends.


Sandmeh (Sunao)

Voiced by: Ryota Asari (Japanese), Paul Greenberg (English)
A Yo-kai made of sand who makes people feel calm and relaxed.

Supoor Hero (Okanenider)

Voiced by: Aya Endo (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English)

A Yo-kai who causes people to lose all their wealth.


  • Adaptational Villainy: In the games, he fights for the poor. In the anime, he makes people poor. Nate even calls him a supervillain.

Ray O'Light (Hareotoko)

Voiced by: Kensuke Sato (Japanese), Johnny Yong Bosch (English)

A Yo-kai who has the power to make the weather sunny, and has a sunny personality, to boot.


Ol' Saint Trick (Santaku Rōshi)

Voiced by: Tooru Nara (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English)

A Yo-kai who resembles Santa Claus who likes to play games by making people guess which of his sacks holds something good.


  • The Gambler: He likes to make people gamble by choosing from one of his three sacks. Each sack could contain something good, bad, or average.
  • Game Show Host: He treats his game like a quiz show and makes people answer questions by choosing one of his three sacks.

Wantston (Urayamashiro)

Voiced by: Chie Satou (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English)

A Yo-kai who makes people jealous of others.


     Shady Tribe 

"Marvelous thee, gutsy free banshee, sing song, Shady!"

Members of the Shady Tribe are the gloomiest Yo-kai of the bunch. They hang out in the shadows, inspiriting people to do the same—and to withdraw from their friends and family. In-game, they have abilities revolve around bringing down the stats of their opponents.

Negatibuzz (Negativoon)

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Voiced by: Masahito Yabe (Japanese), Luca Bottale (Italian)

A cloak-wearing mosquito Yo-Kai that makes people fear the worst possible outcome of situations. To attack, it spits strange germ-like things that create depression, and can drain negative emotions through his proboscis.


  • Adaptational Villainy: Goes after Nate in the manga, as opposed to just happening to haunt someone in the anime.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: Of the Flies Equals Evil (in mosquito flavor) variety.
  • Birds of a Feather: Forms a duo with the depressed Buhu.
  • The Eeyore: A strange case where the negativity is transferable.
  • Emo: Plays on this stereotype with his melancholic attitude and fashion sense.
  • In the Hood: Wears a cloak that becomes his ghostly tail.
  • Life Drain: Absorption-attribute.
  • Nice Guy: Briefly becomes this in the manga when Jibanyan gives him an ass-beating than makes him spit out his remaining negative "germs", allowing Nate to become his friend before he drains the negativity out of Whisper and Jibanyan and becomes negative again.

Scritchy (Kayukayu)

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The rarer, A-class version of Moskevil (Negatibuzz's evolution) with a yellow and reddish-stiped cloak. Scritchy makes those it possesses uncontrollably itchy and unable to stop scratching.


Dimmy (Jimmy)

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Voiced by: Miho Hino (Japanese), Johnny Yong Bosch (English)

A ninja-like shadow Yo-Kai that makes people subdued both in looks and personality. Likewise, he is usually unwilling to do things when asked.


Ake and Payn (Katanori-kozo and Katanori-oyakata)

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Left: Ake
Right: Payn
Both are voiced by: Ryoko Nagata (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English)
"Sorry, Mr. Payn!"note 

A Yo-Kai duo that makes people's shoulders achy and stiff. When Nate asks them to give him stiff shoulders, the pair get to work.


Tengloom (Nekurama Tengu)

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Voiced by: Naoki Bandou (Japanese), Paul Greenberg (English)

"Oh, I can't!"

A pessimistic Tengu Yo-Kai who can make people depressed with his winds. The effect wears off only when he smiles.


  • Blow You Away: His power comes his fan that his wind of depression.
  • Bookworm: Tengloom is particularly fond of reading, and brings a book wherever he goes.
  • Creepy Crows: He bares resemblance to both a crow and a tengu, since he's based off a hybrid of both.
  • The Eeyore: Like most members of the Shady Tribe, Tengloom is a gloomy Yo-Kai that spreads depression to others.
  • Fusion Dance: Can fuse with Hidabat to create Abodabat.
    • In Yo-kai Watch 3, Tengloom was the necessary ingredient to help Wydeawake evolve into Allnyta, instead of Hidabat in previous games.
  • Perpetual Frowner: He frowns so much that it's almost impossible to get him to laugh, or at the least, smile.
  • Tengu: Is based off of the Kurama Tengu, which looks a lot like a crow.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Vegetables in the first game, and Bread.

K'mon-K'mon (Matenshi)

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Voiced by: Kiyono Yasuno (Japanese)

An impatient Yo-Kai that hates waiting in line for things.


Yoodooit (Hitomakasennin)

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Voiced by: Masahito Yabe (Japanese), Paul Greenberg (English)

A lazy Yo-kai that will delegate anything and everything to others.


Count Zapaway (Rimokon-kakushi)

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Voiced by: Tadashi Miyazawa (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English)

A Yo-kai who is responsible for hiding TV remotes in the strangest places.


Yoink (Karipakkun)

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Voiced by: Ryota Asari (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English)

A Yo-kai who causes people to borrow things without giving it back.


Gimme (Dorobokkun)

Voiced by: Joey D'Auria (English)

A Yo-kai who causes items to go missing.


Dracunyan (Gabunyan)

Voiced by: Etsuko Kozakura (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English)

A vampire version of Jibanyan who can turn other people into Dracunyans by biting them.


  • The Virus: Anyone who gets bitten by him will become one.

Suspicioni (Gishin'anki)

Voiced by: Naoki Bandou (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English)

A Yo-kai who makes the Inspirited distrustful of everyone.


Timidevil (Debibiru)

Voiced by: Miho Hino (Japanese)

A devil-like Yo-kai who is fearful and shy.


Snobetty (Rifujin)

An upper-class Yo-kai who is vain and quite rude to other Yo-kai.

Messyrai (Chirakashikerai)

Voiced by: Masahito Yabe (Japanese)


Leadoni (Michibiki)

Voiced by: Chie Satou (Japanese), Paul Greenberg (English)


Greesel (Dokeching)

Voiced by: Paul Greenberg (English)
A Yo-kai who causes people to become cheap and refuse to waste anything.
  • Catchphrase: "Pinch the pennies, 'cause saving is amazing!"
  • Cutting Corners: He'll do anything to save as much money as possible.
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     Eerie Tribe 

Lookily! Lookily! Flippedy-dee! Lookily! Lookily! Bubba Eerie!

There's no getting around it—Eerie Yo-kai are weird. From Manjimutt, who is half middle-aged man, half dog, to Cheeksqueek, whose face is literally a tush, Eerie Yo-kai give people the creeps! In-game, they often induce status conditions to cripple opponents via inspiriting.

Dismarelda (Donyoriinu)

Voiced by: Ryoko Nagata (Japanese), Melissa Hutchison (English), Claudia Pannone (Latin American Spanish)
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"No filter..."

A Yo-Kai that takes the form of a purple Blob Monster, she has the ability to darken the mood of entire rooms and people. The wife of Happierre, with whom their powers create a neutral atmosphere.


  • Blob Monster: Is literally a giant purple blob with eyes, a mouth, and even "hair" with a bow in it.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Earth-attribute.
  • The Eeyore: Is constantly depressing and moody. She essentially translates this into those she's inspirited.
  • Fusion Dance: Can be fused with Happierre to create Reversa.
  • Happily Married: Despite their spats, Dismarelda and her husband make enough time for each other to go on holidays, usually to Hawaii
  • Hopeless Boss Fight: During the first time she's encountered, she is unbeatable and will one-hit kill the team. The following cutscene shows she was too powerful to defeat.
  • Like an Old Married Couple: Goes without saying that she gets into arguments with her husband, but what makes it strange is that Happierre seems pretty agreeable to everything, making this more of an Informed Flaw.
  • Opposites Attract: She is a gloomy negative individual married to the happy Happierre Yo-Kai. when they share the same physical area, the mood becomes normal.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Is able to work her powers unaffected by Yo-Kai with opposing powers whenever she appears.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Understands why Nate calls her when he asks her to possess Katie - whom is about to expose her stomach to the classroom because of a Yo-Kai.
  • Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Wears a bow, lipstick and has visible eyelashes.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Bread.
  • Verbal Tic: "No filter" in the anime and "Dahling" in the first game.

Buhu (Tohohogisu)

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Voiced by: Aya Endo (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English)

"Boo-hoo-hoo!"

A bird Yo-Kai who decides to possess Nate and cause bad luck throughout the day. She finally flies away, only to get lost, come back, and possess Bear. With Robonyan's help, Nate is able to fix Buhu's actions and gets her medal.


Nosirs (MitoMEN)

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Voiced by: Yuichi Karasuma, Kazuhiro Fusegawa, and Kiyotaka Furushima (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English), Luca Bottale (Italian)

"Nuh-uh-uh!" or "No, it's not!"

A trio of Yo-Kai who inspirit people to feel self-doubt and denial. When the Nosirs ends up being helpful to Nate by saying that he put Jibanyan's medal in the wrong way, they become friends and the Nosirs' leader becomes part of the Yo-Kai watch to forever remind Nate if he inserts a medal the wrong way.


  • Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: The one Nosir that fused with the Yo-Kai Watch to help Nate if he ever puts a medal in the wrong way.
  • Catchphrase: "Nuh-uh-uh!" "No sir-ee bob!" "That's snot it!" or "No, it's not!" "That's not right!" "I don't have a nose hair out!"
  • The Conscience: Since fusing with the Watch, the leader becomes this to Nate whenever he places the medal the wrong way (or if a Yo-kai tries to use it instead of the holder).
  • Cool Mask: They wear a black mask on their eyes.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Their anime debut happens long before Yo-Kai Watch 2, their video game debut.
  • Gag Nose: All three of them have large noses, which might be part of the pun in their English name.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: Aside from voices, the other two that aren't the leader have distinctive features, like glasses and nose hair (or nose snot).
  • The Medic: Restoration-attribute.
  • Nose Nuggets: The one with the large nose hair has it recolored to be a strand of snot in the west.
  • Power Trio: The three of them work together to make people doubt themselves, like when they inspirited Nate's class during a test.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Hamburgers.

Cheeksqueek (Onarazumono)

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Voiced by: Miho Hino (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English)

A troublesome butt-faced Yo-Kai whose gas induces flatuence in people. When this Yo-Kai messes with Nate's class, Nate calls Robonyan to make Cheeksqueek go away.


Chatalie (Kuchidake-onna)

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Voiced by: Yuko Sasamoto (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English)

A Yo-Kai that possesses people to make them brag about things that they actually won't do.


  • Badass Boast: Anyone inspirited by her springs into one. This helps Eddie win class elections but then makes him get carried away.
  • Eyeless Face: She only has a large mouth, going along with the fact that she is all talk and no action.
  • Magitek: The energy waves that come out of her cellphone are what inspirt people and make them boast.
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Fitting, since she is based off the big mouthed kuchisake-onna.
  • Phoneaholic Teenager: If she isn't inspiriting people, she's on her cellphone and ignoring everything that happens around her.
  • Shock and Awe: Thunder-attribute.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Bread.

Drizzle (Amefurashi)

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Voiced by: Yuko Sasamoto (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English)

A Yo-Kai who breathes clouds into the atmosphere, leading to sudden rainstorms.


  • Blob Monster: Most likely qualifies, considering that Droplette, Drizzle's pre-evolution is a living drop of water.
  • Just Eat Gilligan: How Robonyan deals with Drizzle. First, he warps to the store and haggles to buy a vacuum for a low price and tries to use it to suck up Drizzle's clouds. When that doesn't work, Robonyan makes the Yo-Kai leave by simply punching it.
  • Making a Splash: A Yo-Kai that can cause rain definitely fits this category.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Juice.
  • Weather Manipulation: Drizzle makes it drizzle, like the name implies.

Rockabelly (Harao-dori)

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Voiced by: Aya Endo (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English), Monica Bonetto (Italian)

"Ready?"

A Yo-Kai that started a belly-dancing craze in Nate's class.


Insomni (Fumin)

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Voiced by: Aya Endo (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English)

A Yo-Kai with the power to keep people from sleeping. When she inspirits Nate's class, he summons Baku to deal with her.


  • Adaptational Wimp: In the first game, she is a powerful S-class Yo-kai, later demoted to A-class (which is still a powerful rank). In the anime, she was easily defeated by Baku, a D-class Yo-kai.
  • An Ice Person: Ice-attribute.
  • Cyclops: She has one giant eye. Considering her flavor text says that she usually inspirits those she's interested in, she probably has one just to sell that fact.
  • Fanservice Extra: Like most yokai in the show, she just shows up as a Monster of the Week and befriends Nate in her debut episode, only returning when he actually needs her abilities. And in the first game, she's only seen near the end as the Yokai World's elevator attendant and can only be befriended in the post-game.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Has a very seductive tone of voice and behavior whenever she appears, and is stated (both in-universe and out-universe) to be very pretty. The games show shades of this as well: one of the post-quest Bonus Scenes features Cupistol, and if he attracts Insomni, it's considered a bingo. Additionally, one of her victory poses has her turning her backside to the camera and shaking her rear/ghost-tail suggestively.
  • Hypnotic Eyes: She inspirits people with the energy waves she fires from her one eye.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: This plus the exposed cleavage make Insomni one of the most racy-looking Yo-Kai to date.
  • Nerf: Like some Yo-kai, Insomni was demoted a rank in Yo-kai Watch 2, from Rank S to Rank A.
  • Our Genies Are Different: Design-wise, she seems to be a combination between a genie and a cyclops.
  • Power Echoes: She speaks in a dual voice.
  • The Sleepless: Can turn anyone she inspirits into this.
  • The Tease: The way she talks and behaves imply this trope.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Candy.
  • You Are Already Asleep: In her debut episode in the anime she battles Baku, after their attacks collide they find themselves in a wrestling match where she defeats Baku by resisting her attempt to put her to sleep it was later revealed that Baku's attack overpowered hers, putting her to sleep

Coughkoff (Igaigaguri)

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Voiced by: Masahito Yabe (Japanese), Paul Greenberg (English)

"*cough* *cough*"

A spiky Yo-Kai that gives people coughs and makes them sick. Nate uses Coughkoff to get sick and stay home from school.


Peckpocket (Yokodori)

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Voiced by: Aya Endo (Japanese), Paul Greenberg (English), Diego Sabre (Italian)

"What's yours is mine. Mine, all mine!"

An avian kleptomaniac Yo-Kai that likes steal things. Anyone inspirited by him will have the same urges.


  • Acrofatic: Despite having a plump shape, he can fly at insane speeds, though only a few feet off the ground.
  • Catchphrase: "What's mine is mine, what's yours is mine. Mine all mine, all of it is mine."
  • Defeat Means Friendship: After a long battle of stealing against Roughraff, the two reach a stalemate and become friends.
  • Evolution Power-Up: Peckpocket gains an evolution called Robbinyu in Yo-kai Watch 2.
  • Hammerspace Hair: Peckpocket's coat of feathers is where he keeps everything he steals, and just about everything he steals fits in it. In fact, his body is mostly feathers, and if you remove all of them, he resembles a plucked chicken from the neck down.
  • Life Drain: Absorption-attribute.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He flies at his targets so fast and spontaneously that they won't know what's been stolen until it's too late.
  • Palette Swap: Shares the same body as Rockabelly.
  • Purple Is Powerful: His color scheme.
  • Sticky Fingers: Is very good at snatching things away from people.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Hamburgers.

Papa Windbag (Jigaji-San)

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Voiced by: Kensuke Sato (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English), Claudio Moneta (Italian)

A Yo-kai that resembles an short old man has the power to make people brag endlessly.


Toiletta (Hanako-san)

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Voiced by: Ryoko Nagata (Japanese), Jenn Wong (English)

A mythical Yo-Kai from the Seven Mysteries that haunted school bathrooms until social media made her seem less scary. With Nate's help, she gains her scariness back and now works to make other Yo-Kai popular, usually with crazy outfits.


  • Creepy Child: Much like her real life counterpart.
  • Cute Ghost Girl: Assuming her eyes didn't give away that something was odd about her, she simply looks like a cute little girl.
  • The Fashionista: Is obsessed with making fashion stars out of other Yo-Kai, including Snartle, Beetler, and Rhinoggin.
  • Fusion Dance: Toiletta evolves into Foiletta by fusing her with a Cursed Diary.
  • Jump Scare: She gets her spunk back by popping out of everywhere instead of the bathrooms.
  • Large Ham: All of her appearances involve her going into dramatic monologues about producing.
  • Life Drain: Absorption-attribute.
  • Mad Artist: She tends to go a little overboard with the costumes she creates.
  • The Makeover: The results of ones that she conducts tend to be very outrageous to the point that the Yo-Kai getting the makeover are hardly recognizable. Some Yo-Kai flat out die of shock from the gaudy makeovers.
  • Making a Spectacle of Yourself: She dons pink glasses whenever she means business.
  • Pimped-Out Dress: She makes tons. She even puts them on male Yo-Kai.
  • Pimp Duds: Her outfit in episode 81 is complete with a suit and a big hat.
  • Society Marches On: The reason she lost her spark was because social media posts of her became commonplace, causing Toiletta become trivial.
  • Supernatural Floating Hair: Evolved into Foiletta, she gains some floating tendrils of hair.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Snacks.

Gush (Tararin)

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A rare fire attribute nosebleed-causing droplet yo-kai that resembles Droplette and Slush.


Compunzer (Osuberi-sama)

A Yo-kai who tells bad jokes.


Grumples (Shiwaku-chan)

Voiced by: Chie Satou (Japanese)

An ugly old lady Yo-kai who causes people to look wrinkly.


     Slippery Tribe 

Jibbery! Gibbery! Slimy limey doo! Slippery!

Super hard to get ahold of, the wiggly Yo-kai of the Slippery Tribe do their own thing and go their own way. If a Slippery Yo-kai is messing with your life, good luck catching it. In game, they being notable for buffing their allies' stats with their inspiritments, while also being hard to be negatively inspirited by the opponents.

Noko (Tsuchinoko)

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Voiced by: Yuko Sasamoto (Japanese), Brent Pendergrass (English), Renato Novara (Italian)

"Noko noko!"

A rare species of snake Yo-Kai that possess good-luck powers.


  • Cute and Psycho: While Nokos bring you good luck, don't give in to it. That's how they turn you into one of them.
  • Disc-One Nuke: If you're lucky enough to get both Noko and the Drop of Joy, which it rarely drops, you can fuse them into Bloominoko, a rather powerful Yo-Kai for that point in the game.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Earth-attribute.
  • Four-Leaf Clover: There's one growing on the Noko's head, which is where their good-luck powers come from.
  • Good Luck Charm: Nokos are known for bringing good fortune. Just don't get carried away.
  • Joke Character: Serves no purpose in the anime, other than to debunk everything Whisper said about them being extremely rare and seldom seen and to harass Supoor Hero (who was causing mischief by making people poor) with their good luck, causing him to become wealthy to the point where it even affected his ability.
  • Metal Slime: Rarely found in the first game, but gave a rather hefty EXP bonus upon defeat.
  • Seldom-Seen Species:
    • The Noko is an extremely rare Yo-Kai, and only randomly appears in certain locations.
    • Subverted in the anime where Noko are fast moving but can seemingly multiply at random, with several appearing before Nate but not Whisper.
    • Averted in the Yo-kai Medal Mystery Blind Bags where Noko are at the most common rarity of 4 in 24.
  • The Unintelligible: Noko communicates by squeaking.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Hamburgers.

Spenp (Mudazakai)

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Voiced by: Tooru Nara (Japanese), Johnny Yong Bosch (English)

A wallet Yo-Kai from the yuppie era who loves to waste money and make those he possesses do the same. He makes Nate and his friends use their money for things they don't need instead of the video game they want.


Babblong (Nagabana)

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Voiced by: Naoki Bandou (Japanese), Joey D'Auria (English)

A Yo-Kai that makes people tell long-winded stories.


Cynake (Sunesnake)

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Voiced by: Tadashi Miyazawa (Japanese), Johnny Yong Bosch (English)

"Hmph."

A Yo-Kai that tries to ruin Mother's Day by inspiriting Nate's mom and making her complain about the littlest things.


Cricky (Nechigaeru)

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Voiced by: Ryota Asari (Japanese), Paul Greenberg (English)

A Yo-Kai that makes people sleep in a weird position, causing them suffer from neck pains when they wake up.


Heheheel (Warautsubo)

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Voiced by: Tadashi Miyazawa (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English)

An eel Yo-Kai that makes people laugh at anything and everything, no matter the situation.


Pandanoko (Tsuchinoko Panda)

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Voiced by: Yuko Sasamoto (Japanese), Paul Greenberg (English)

A black and white Noko who, like Nate, had trouble deciding between two fandoms: Noko and Pandas. For Pandanoko, it has to be one or the other if he wants to become popular. After seeing that both are pretty good, the pop group Next Harmeowny discovers him and start performing together, turning Pandanoko into a celebrity.


  • An Ice Person: Ice-attribute.
  • Black and White Morality: His special power, the Black-and-White Beam can simplify the toughest decisions.
  • Eye Beams: Gains his superpower by his second appearance, which comes in the form of eye beams.
  • Metal Slime: He's the Metal Slime of Metal Slimes in the first game, as Pandanoko are only rarely found in the Wayford House in Blossom Heights, which are based on Streetpass interactions. Easy enough in Japan, not so much out in the West.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Like his name suggests.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: The reason Next Harmeowny takes him into their group.
  • Take a Third Option: When he can't decide between Pandas and Noko, he joins something popular with everyone: Next Harmeowny.
  • Team Pet: Becomes this when he joins Next Harmeowny.
  • The Prima Donna: The popularity gets to his head and makes him act like one. However, he has mellowed out of this later on.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Hamburgers.

Daiz (Bobo)

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Voiced by: Etsuko Kozakura (Japanese), Alicyn Packard (English)

A pink Yo-Kai who makes those he possesses emotionless and spaced out. One inspirits Nate's entire class. When Nate, Whisper and Jibanyan try to make it go away, they fail to do so because Daiz is so emotionless that he doesn't react to anything. Well, almost anything.


  • Berserk Button: Even thought he looks like one, never, ever call him a sausage. You can say anything else, but don't even use the word in a sentence, because no matter where you are, Daiz will hear you. And then he will find you.
  • Black Bead Eyes: Daiz and those he possesses have these.
  • Blush Sticker: His normal expression has these.
  • Cross-Popping Veins: If this pops up on his face, run.
  • Freudian Excuse: Was a worker at a ham factory who died shortly after being laid off when it was bought out for a sausage factory.
  • Frozen Face: Usually, his face consists of the same three ovals.
  • Ghostly Gape: Gives these to Nate's entire class.
  • Life Drain: Absorption-attribute.
  • Metal Slime: Takes over Noko's status as such in the second game.
  • Nightmare Face: If you say the word, be prepared for one. It made Whisper cry.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Candy.

Irewig (Mukamukade)

Voiced by: Joey D'Auria (English)

A Yo-kai who makes people angry over little things.



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