You might like Yokai Watch. You might have the games and the toys, but do you drive a Jibanyan vehicle? I doubt it!
Yo-kai Watch follows the adventures of a young boy, a magical watch, and a whole lot of yokai. Magical items are not new. Yokai are Japan’s traditional ghouls and goblins. So what makes Yo-Kai so different? Its hero.
Star Wars is very, very popular in Japan. Guess this means, though, that Yo-Kai Watch is more popular?
Having already sold umpteen-bajillion units in Japan, the wildly popular Yo-Kai Watch toys have finally arrived in the States. Let us dance with them.
Ditto for macho dudes in tiny pants, working out. The Yo-kai Watch anime has been changed for its English release.
Video game character of the year? One of the creatures in Yokai Watch, the massive 3DS hit in Japan that comes to North America this Friday. Excerpt above is from a Nintendo press release, highlighting the sensation that is Snotsolong.
Level-5’s Yo-Kai Watch owns Japan, in a way we haven’t seen since Peak Pokemon. The series is heading West for the first time real soon, and if you were wondering how Nintendo would market such a franchise over here, well, here’s your answer.
In anime and Hollywood movies, you’ll see it: Characters who don’t know how ears work.
For the first time in thirteen years, the most popular children’s characters in Japan are not from that bread-headed superhero show Anpanman. They’re the characters from Yokai Watch.
The Yokai Watch anime is coming to North America! It will be broadcasted on Disney XD. And the English-language theme song is different. There’s a reason for that, you know.
Level 5’s super popular ghost catching series, Yokai Watch, series is finally leaving Japan, and Nintendo said it’s arriving “holiday 2015.”
The Yokai Watch games are hugely popular in Japan. For good reason, they’re a lot of fun. The third numeric entry in the series was recently announced, and it’s got me thinking. And worried.
Yokai Watch 3 will be set in the U.S. The previous entries in the huge-in-Japan franchise were set in, well, Japan.
When you take two Pokémon and mix them together for something entirely new, that's called Pokémon splicing or Pokémon fusion. And it makes for some wonderfully cool creations that cannot be found in the games.
This April, Level-5 will holding its own expo in Japan and will announce a handful of new titles.
Yesterday, Apple revealed a whole slew of information about its Apple Watch line-up. No doubt many anime fans have been wondering the same thing: How does the Apple Watch compare to the Yokai Watch? Good question! Let's find out.
Jibanyan is the most popular character in Yokai Watch, Japan's new favorite anime and video game. The character is new, but what will it look like in ten years?