Chestnut Angel has a pointed head with a swirl, resembling a chestnut. She has arms, legs, a halo and a pair of wings. She is naturally flesh-colored, but the Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. Angel app includes yellow and pink variations.
Chestnut Angel is always cheerful, and likes to use a stick called the Super Eternal Cho-Romantic when praying. She has a tendency to use her halo as a shower cap when bathing, and is a notable fan of ducks and likes to collect trinkets with their likeness.
A skilled archer, she is sworn enemies with Deviltchi and often chases him out of the Tenshitchi Capital while riding shooting stars and firing arrows at him and his cohorts. She also often escorts Obaketchi through the gates to begin their afterlife.
On Virtual Pets
Chestnut Angel is obtained from taking perfect care of Tamatchi Angel, and will evolve into the Twin Angels if perfect care is persistent, and AP is consistently high. It wakes up at 8 AM, sleeps at 9 PM, and its highest AP is 80.
Debirutch no Tamagotch
Chestnut Angel can appear randomly during the day or night, floating through the screen. The chance of seeing Chestnut Angel increases as Devil Power is lowered. The Good Friend ending shows a Chestnut Angel escorting the user's Deviltchi away to the Tenshitchi Capital.
Keitai and Akai
Chestnut Angel makes a cameo appearance on the Keitai Kaitsuu Tamagotchi Plus, as well as the Akai. If the player purchases a special tomb (worth 5000 Gotchi Points), has the Tamagotchi use it, and the Tamagotchi later dies, a pair of Chestnut Angels descend and carry the Tamagotchi away. The special grave and Chestnut Angel replace Obaketchi and the default tombstone on the death screen.
Tamagotchi Plus Color
Starting from the Tamagotchi Plus Color, while the special grave cannot be obtained and Obaketchi is the usual death screen, a pair of Chestnut Angels make a similar cameo appearance on the color Tamagotchi releases when the Tamagotchi character dies to take the Tamagotchi skyward.
Tamagotchi m!x and On
A pair of Chestnut Angel again appear on the m!x and On series to take a dying Tamagotchi away. Additionally, if the First Aid icon is selecting during the first part of the death sequence to call an ambulance, after the Tamagotchi is taken to hospital, a Chestnut Angel will descend to drag the Grim Gotchi away on the m!x while a pair of Chestnut Angels chase it away on the On.
Hoshi de Hakken!! Tamagotchi
Chestnut Angel is one of the various Angel Tamagotchi that can be found near bodies of water at night. While they cannot be raised, Mikachu can take a photo of them to add them to the records book. Chestnut Angel also flies by the top of the screen on a shooting star following the successful befriending of a wild Tamagotchi.
15th Anniversary Character Poll
Chestnut Angel was present in the 15th Anniversary Character Poll with updated artwork, presented as a possible female candidate.
In Tamagotchi Media
Anime TV de Hakken!! Tamagotchi
In episode 9 of Anime TV de Hakken!! Tamagotchi, a Chestnut Angel, accompanied by a Takotchi Angel and a Chubby Angel, escort an Obaketchi to the Tenshitchi Capital. Later, when Deviltchi appears and harasses the newly-evolved Ginjirotchi Angel, Chestnut Angel wards him off, riding a shooting star and attacking him with a bow and arrow.
Chestnut Angel's Japanese name, "Kuriten", is derived from the Japanese word "kuri", which means chestnut.