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Kuchipatchi (くちぱっち Kuchipatchi) is a male Tamagotchi adult. His first debut was on the Original Tamagotchi, and is one of the main mascots for Tamagotchi along with Mametchi and Memetchi. His female counterpart is Yonepatchi.

Appearance

Kuchipatchi has a round, green body with two large lips, beady eyes, stubby arms and legs, and light pea green cheeks. On the Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. app, he can also be pink or yellow.

Personality

Kuchipatchi has a carefree and gentle nature. He is mild and lazy, but very romantic and a daydreamer. He sometimes cheats if playing games. He has a supersized passion for food, especially Tama-Donuts, kinda like a relation to Pac-Man, and he also loves to take naps.

The Nintendo Power guide to the Tamagotchi Gameboy game stated: "Kuchipatchi is a middle-of-the-road kind of guy. It's generally quiet and polite, but neither its IQ nor its sports skills will light any fires."

On Virtual Pets

Tamagotchi Generation 1

Kuchipatchi is obtained from Tamatchi with below average care, or Kuchitamatchi with perfect care.

Tamagotchi Connection V1, V2, and V3

Kuchipatchi is obtained on odd generations with above average care.

Keitai Katsuu Tamagotchi Plus and Akai

Kuchipatchi is obtained on even generations with good emotional care but poor physical care. Its special items are the afro and roller skates.

Tamagotchi Mini

Kuchipatchi is the average care adult. He can evolve into Oyajitchi with good care maintained for seven days. On the Good Luck version, he evolves into Darumatchi instead.

Chou Jinsei Enjoi Tamagotchi Plus

Kuchipatchi is a male Kuchi adult, evolving from Young Kuchipatchi or Oniontchi if Social is their highest Skill Point. He can evolve into Nonbiritchi with 200 or more Kindness points, obtaining the Patchi Onsen job, and getting his job rank to three stars and his Kindness points to 999 within 3 days.

Tamagotchi Connection V4

Kuchipatchi is a male Kuchi adult, evolving from Young Kuchipatchi or Oniontchi if Social is their highest Skill Point. He can evolve into Nonbiritchi if he has more than 350 Social points, and has 450 points total.

Tamagotchi Connection V4.5

Kuchipatchi is a male Universal adult, evolving from Hashitamatchi or Hikotchi with average care,

Tamagotchi Connection V5

Kuchipatchi is a male high-bonding adult in the Easy-Going family. When marrying, he evolves into PapaPatchi. If send a Yonepatchi to marry when his bonding is at 100%, the Kuchipa Family will be created, and their eldest Futabatchi will evolve into Kuchipatchi in an hour, while the youngest will evolve into Chibipatchi.

Tamagotchi Connection V5.5 Celebrity

Kuchipatchi evolves from Mamekatchi, Kikitchi and Nonopotchi with low bonding and primarily artistic influence, and will evolve into PapaPatchi upon marriage on international versions or Gulasantchi on the Japanese version.

Tamagotchi Music Star

Kuchipatchi is obtained on odd generations with average care.

Tamagotchi Plus Color and Hexagontchi

Kuchipatchi is obtained on odd generations with 1-3 care mistakes. If fed the Orange Juice snack three times, his body color will turn orange, and revert back to normal when he goes to sleep. He can transform into and from Patchiman when using the Hero Set.

Tamagotchi iD and Lovely Melody Ver.

Kuchipatchi is obtained from Monapatchi with 0-3 care mistakes.

Tamagotchi Nano

Kuchipatchi is the average care male adult.

TamaTown Tama-Go

Kuchipatchi evolves from any male teen with above average care.

Tamagotchi iD L

Kuchipatchi evolves from Bokuhoshitchi with 2-3 care mistakes.

Tamagotchi iD L Princess Spacy Ver.

Kuchipatchi evolves from Bokuhoshitchi with 0-1 care mistakes, he can also be guaranteed to evolve from Bokuhoshitchi with the same care if 20 or more snacks are fed to the aforementioned teen.

Tamagotchi iD L 15th Anniversary Ver.

Kuchipatchi evolves from Young Oyajitchi with 2-3 care mistakes.

Tamagotchi P's

Kuchipatchi is obtained from Maimaitchi with 0-2 care mistakes and the Gourmet and/or Strength traits. He can also evolve from any male teen by eating 3 or more Tower Burgers.

Tamagotchi Friends

Kuchipatchi is obtained with any male teen with average care and the Gourmet trait.

Tamagotchi Friends (Dream Town ver.)

Kuchipatchi is obtained by having any male teen win the Chef class minigame at Dream School at least three times, and by taking generally good care of him through achieving little to no care mistakes.

Tamagotchi 4U and 4U+

Kuchipatchi is obtained via having 10 or more Cooking skill points and via weighing 60g or more.

Tamagotchi m!x

Kuchipatchi is a male adult that can be obtained during the first generation with 3-4 care mistakes, or can be forced by changing My Town's theme to Forest. PapaPatchi and Mamapatchi appear as his parents in the family portrait.

As an NPC, Kuchipatchi can be encountered and married on every version. On the Melody, Spacy, and Dream versions, he is encountered at Patchi Forest. On the Sanrio version, he is encountered at Mariland instead. On the 20th Anniversary and Gift versions, he is encountered at Makkakka Town, and has a red outline.

Tamagotchi On

Kuchipatchi is a male adult that can be obtained during the first generation with 4-5 care mistakes, or from feeding Omori Yakisoba more than five times during the teen stage. PapaPatchi and Mamapatchi appear as his parents in the family portrait.

As an NPC, Kuchipatchi can be encountered and married at Gourmet Street on every version.

In the Anime

Kuchipatchi pose

Kuchipatchi's anime appearance

Anime kuchipatchi

Kuchipatchi, as depicted in the anime series

In the Tamagotchi movie and anime adaptations, Kuchipatchi is shown to have a family (Papapatchi, Mamapatchi, and twin siblings Chibipatchi). He also is very flexible, as seen when Kuchipatchi gets stretched into a trampoline to help save Tanpopo, Memetchi, Mametchi and an egg when they fell down a tall building. Because of his rubber-like body, he also sometimes bounces around uncontrollably. Eating is one of his favorite pastimes, and he often has food on his mind. It is revealed that Kuchipatchi has a habit of saying "dacchi" at the end of every sentence, and uses the word as exclamations as well. In the English version, he says "tchi" at the end of his sentences and "Ya-tchi!" when he's excited or agreeing with someone. In the English Tamagotchi Friends (anime), he goes back to his original Japanese "dacchi". He isn't too bright, and he sometimes talks about food when he is supposed to be thinking about something else. He drools a lot.

Unlike other Tamagotchis, Kuchipatchi is supposedly shown to make occasional deep trumpet-like noises when he moves. However, since the other characters do not react to these noises, they are most likely not made by Kuchipatchi, they may just be coincidental sound effects.

In Tamagotchi: Happiest Story in the Universe!, it is revealed that Kuchipatchi is allergic to feathers since he sneezes enormously when one lands on his nose. Also in this movie, there is a bouncing sound when Kuchipatchi walks; this is not audible in other Tamagotchi anime.

Other Forms

Super Kuchipatchi

Main article: Super Kuchipatchi

Young Kuchipatchi

Main article: Young Kuchipatchi

Ura Kuchipatchi

Main article: Ura Kuchipatchi

Chibipatchi

Main article: Chibipatchi

Papapatchi

Main article: Papapatchi

Patchiman

Main article: Patchiman

Yukipatchi

Main article: Yukipatchi

Blog

For the release of the Tamagotchi Movie, a blog was started to show behind-the-scenes images, featuring Kuchipatchi wandering through the film's studio. After the film's release, it became Kuchipatchi's personal blog, showing him touring Japan, and later Paris and Hawaii. The blog has since closed.

Sorette Kuchipatchi

Main article: Sorette Kuchipatchi

Bandai released a Japanese-exclusive merchandise line and webisode series called Sorette Kuchipatchi. All products and webisodes are based on Kuchipatchi and his family. A web site called sorekuchi.com has been released which contains webisodes, desktop backgrounds, a list of available products, and more.

Name Origin

Kuchi means "mouth" or "lips", referring to Kuchipatchi's large beak.

Names in other languages

Region Release Name Etymology
Mandarin (Taiwan) 咕嘰叭吉
Cantonese (Hong Kong) 大嘴
Russian Кучипачи
Korean (official) 주댕치
Korean (unofficial) 쿠치팟치

Patch Forest's Kuchipatchi

Region Name Meaning
Cantonese (Hong Kong) 咀兵衛 From Mouth ( kuchi) and Guard (兵衛 hyoe)

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