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Keropyontchi (ケロぴょんっち) is an adult Sakanatchi character that debuted in Game de Hakken!! Tamagotchi 2. On the virtual pets, it debuted on Tamagotchi Ocean.

Keropyontchi appeared in the 15th Anniversary Character Poll as a male adult candidate.


Keropyontchi resembles a blue frog with small eyes, a wide mouth, and stubby hands and feet. He also very slightly resembles Ginjirotchi. The Game de Hakken!! Tamagotchi 2 artwork depicts him as green with more frog-like limbs and narrow eyes.


Keropyontchi is boisterous with a big voice, and has a tendency to over-react to everything. He's got so much extra energy that he occasionally goes up on land to bully the Mushichi, but he still has a good heart. When he come across females, Keropyontchi can't help going red all over out of embarrassment. Keropyontchi's favorite food is hanpen, which is a type of surimi, a fish puree usually molded into many shapes such as squares, triangles and circles.

On Virtual Pets

Mori de Hakken! Tamagotch

Keropyontchi is a Predator that sometimes appears and may attack the user's Mushitchi. The user must select the "? Box" icon and tap the screen or side of the egg to deter him. Failure to respond adequately can cause the Morino to be injured or killed.

Tamagotchi Ocean

Keropyontchi evolves from Otototchi after 47 hours with perfect care all the way. It is the best adult possible, and sleeps from 9pm to 8am.

In Video Games

Game de Hakken!! Tamagotchi 2

Keropyontchi debuted in Game de Hakken!! Tamagotchi 2 as a mid-tier adult that can only evolve from Otototchi with high stress and a selfishness level of one. It likes oden and dislikes fish, and it sleeps from 9pm to 8am. It has the second-highest possible beauty contest score of all Sakanatchi at 93.

Keropyontchi and Ashigyotchi can evolve into Kaizokutchi if they have won a Beauty Contest, reached full discipline and had perfect care before the age of 10. The user must also find all 8 items (not eggs) lying around on the overfield.

Name Origin

Japanese. "Kero" is the sound of a frog croaking. "Pyon" is the sound of something hopping.