Kiramotchi (キラもっち Kiramotchi) is a female adult character that debuted in the anime Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream. She first appeared as a raisable character on the Tamagotchi P's in Japan and on the Tamagotchi Friends internationally.

Kiramotchi is the little sister of Kiraritchi, and the daughter of Kiramamatchi.


Kiramotchi looks like Kiraritchi, only without the hat. She is fluffy and white with one Lovelitchi-like ear, with two red beads on it. She wears a red dress with a pink button, white panties, and dark pink stockings. In the anime however, Kiramotchi has yellow panties, instead of white ones. This could possibly be due to her white panties making her look indecent.


Kiramotchi loves art. She is very mischievous and often has graffiti fits. She paints all over buildings, the ground, and even other Tamagotchis. When this happens, fire appears in her eyes. Whenever she gets in trouble for scribbling art everywhere, she often apologies by looking sad so that others will forgive her. It seems like she loves paint and uses it almost all the time.

On Virtual Pets

Tamagotchi P's

Kiramotchi is obtained from Neotchi with the Style, Gourmet, and/or Strength traits and 0-2 care mistakes.

Tamagotchi Friends

Kiramotchi is obtained with bad care and having the Active trait.

In the Anime

Anime Version of Kiramotchi.

Kiramotchi is Kiraritchi's little sister, and lives with her and their mother at the Kirakira Tamamori Shop. She adds the phrase desumono (ですもの) to the ends of her sentences.

Name Origin

Kiramotchi's name is a combination of two Japanese words: kirari (キラリ) from Kiraritchi's name, which translates to shiny/sparkly, and imouto, which translates to little sister. Together, Kiramotchi translates to Kiraritchi's little sister.

Names in other languages

Region Release Name Etymology
Russia Tamagotchi Friends Кирамочи Kiramochi From Japanese.



  • She shares her Japanese voice actress with Kizunatchi.
  • When Kiramotchi comes up with an artistic idea, she has the habit of saying "Geijutsu wa bakuhatsu desu no!" (芸術は爆発ですの~), which roughly translates as "Art is an explosion~!"
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