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Melodytchi (メロディっち Meroditchi) is an adult female Tamagotchi character who debuted in episode 48 of Tamagotchi!. On the virtual pets, she debuted on the Tamagotchi iD Lovely Melody version in Japan.

Name Origin

Melodytchi's name comes from the English word "Melody", a succession of notes that is considered a tune or entity.


Melodytchi has a round, tan head with bright blue eyes and two pointed cat-like ears, which are hidden under a large, black hat with dark pinkish-red highlights. She wears purple, droplet-shaped earrings.

Changes in Appearance

Melodytchi's original apparel.

First Appearance

Without Change (Episode 48 - Epsiode 65)

Melodytchi wearing her Melody Charm necklace.

When Melodytchi was first seen on Tamagotchi Channel, her original initial apparel consists of a beamed note brooch on her hat colored pinkish-purple, a pinkish-red dress, and a light pink quaver note necklace around her neck. When Melodytchi debuted in the Tamagotchi! Anime, the original colors of her beamed note brooch and her quaver note necklace were colored purple.

Second Appearance

Changed with Melody Charm (Episode 65 - Episode 95)

Melodytchi's appearance was altered slightly when she got the Melody Charm. From this point, she wore the charm as a necklace in place of her quaiver note. Her clothes remain the same.

Third Appearance

Changed with Tamatomo Tama Heart form. (Episode 95 - present)

Melodytchi's appearance significantly changed in episode 95 of Tamagotchi!. Her clothing was changed into short, violet overalls (with lighter violet buttons), and the beamed note on her hat was replaced by two Tama Hearts, similar to those found on Lovelitchi's new outfit that was introduced in the same episode.

The outfit change was given to Melodytchi by Lovelitchi's mother, Lovemamalitchi, because of the close friendship Lovelitchi and Melodytchi have. The two Tama Hearts were added by Moriritchi.


Melodytchi is a friendly, fun-loving Tamagotchi who likes doing activities with her friends such as competitions and riding roller coasters, but sometimes she gets a little too excited. She is an optimistic Tamagotchi who always wears a smile and is good at cheering her friends up even when things are going badly.

In addition, she can't understand love at all and has a strange sense of jokes. She also likes food, especially sweets. Lovelitchi is her best Tama-Friend. She frequently speaks English in the anime. She often says "good morning," "hello," "goodbye" and instead of "watashi wa," she says "mī wa" (mī being the English word me).


Melodytchi often says various words in English

  • Hello!
  • Goodbye.
  • See you tomorrow.
  • Good evening.
  • Good night.
  • Good morning.
  • Nice to meet you.
  • Great!
  • Okay!
  • Wow!
  • Yes!
  • Oh my gosh!
  • Oh my god!
  • Come on!
  • Here we go!
  • Perfect!
  • Sorry.
  • I don't know.
  • It's beautiful!
  • So bad!
  • So true!
  • Really?
  • What's happened?
  • I'm so hungry.
  • Look!
  • You look so cute!
  • Let's cooking!
  • Unbelievable!
  • Yummy!
  • Very Delicious!
  • Gorgeous!
  • Thanks!
  • Cute!
  • What?
  • Why?
  • Who?
  • Peekaboo!
  • Are you OK?
  • Good idea.
  • What are you doing?!
  • Stop!
  • Nice joke!
  • It's a trap!

On Virtual Pets

Tamagotchi iD Lovely Melody Ver.

Melodytchi is obtained from Chuchutchi with 0 care mistakes.

Tamagotchi Nano

Melodytchi is an adult available on both versions of the Nano, but with different conditions for both.

For the version 1, Melodytchi is a special adult that evolves from Pichikutchi after 24 hours if the game is won at least 40 times.

For the version 2, Melodytchi is a standard adult that evolves from Choribotchi after 24 hours with average care.

Tamagotchi iD L

Melodytchi is obtained from Painaputchi with 2-3 care mistakes.

Tamagotchi iD L 15th Anniversary Ver.

Melodytchi is obtained from Mikazukitchi with 0-1 care mistakes.

Tamagotchi iD L Princess Spacy ver.

Melodytchi is obtained from Himeonetchi with 0-1 care mistakes.

Tamagotchi P's Love & Melody Ver.

Melodytchi is a secret character that results from using the Latest Violin 3 times on any female teen.

Tamagotchi 4U and 4U+

Melodytchi is obtained from any child having 10 or more Sport skill points and 0-4 care mistakes.

On the 4U, Melodytchi has a single Personality Stage change - OyaMelojitchi, obtained by talking to Oyajitchi at the park. In addition to that on the 4U+, the Oyaji Bromide must be used ten times, and on both versions, Melodytchi will revert if she has not talked to Oyajitchi for two days. On the 4U+, maxing all school skills and increasing happiness to above 80% will change Melodytchi into Melody Muse, and this can be reverted by allowing her happiness to fall below 60%.

Tamagotchi m!x

Melodytchi is a marriage partner available at Melody Land, which is exclusive to the Melody version.

In the Anime


Melodytchi is a classical musician and a huge violin star, playing with her Melody Violin. She also works at TAMAX-TV as a violinist. Melodytchi also plays her Melody Violin in the popular songs Happy Happy Harmony, Happy Heart, and Smile For Tomorrow. Her favorite song is Melody Waltz, and her violin teacher is Classictchi.

Melodytchi comes from Melody Land, her hometown. She has a mother and father named Melomamatchi and Melopapatchi. She owns two Tama Pets, Sopratchi, and Doremitchi. She and her pets moved to Tamagotchi Town and live at the Tama Cafe with Lovelitchi and her parents, Lovemamalitchi and Lovepapalitchi. Melodytchi cares about her parents and often misses being in Melody Land with them.

Melodytchi made her debut in the anime in "Rival? Idol? Meloditchi Entry" where she moves to Celebria and quickly makes friends with Lovelitchi.

In "Hello! Tamagotchi School" she enrolls in Tamagotchi School and make friends with all the students while doing well in class.

Melodytchi loves sweets so much that she has even had a fight with Kuchipatchi over a cookie. She likes to taste all different kinds of sweets but she doesn't eat as much as Kuchipatchi does. She even competed in an eating competition in "Go Go! Gluttony! Kuchipatchi VS Kuishinbotchi", but lost to Kuchipatchi and Kuishinbotchi.

Melodytchi loves her violin because it was given to her by Joou Sama and she has had many experiences in playing it. She calls it her "friend" and treats it very well as if it were alive. In "Melody Violin Loses its Sound", when it went missing, Melodytchi cried and looked for it desperately. When it was finally found, Melodytchi hugged it and was relieved. Later in the series, it was revealed that Melodytchi's violin really does have a spirit.

Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream

Melodytchi only appeared in "Tamatomo Reunion! Coming Home to Tamagotchi Town", where she and the others threw a surprise welcome home birthday party for Mametchi, Memetchi, and Kuchipatchi when they returned to Tamagotchi Town for a day. She was absent from Tamagotchi! Miracle Friends.

GO-GO Tamagotchi!

Melodytchi returned as a central character in GO-GO Tamagotchi!, in which she becomes friends with Pianitchi who wanted to learn more about Mametchi's old friends. During her time in DoriTama Town, she revealed she knew how to play the electric guitar, even though the violin was her specialty.

Other Forms

Young Melodytchi

Young Melodytchi (やんぐメロディっち Yangu Meroditchi) is a younger version of Melodytchi that appears in flashback sequences in the anime. She has smaller eyes than the adult Melodytchi, and doesn't wear a hat.

Melody Hime

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Melody Hime (メロディ姫 Merodi Hime) is Melodytchi's Henshin Jo transformation. She appears in "Ohohoho! The Three Hell Devil Sisters Again" in the Tamagotchi! anime and on the Tamagotchi iD L.

Melody Investigator


Melodytchi Investigator (メロディ捜査官 Merodi Sousakan) is a detective. She carries a pink and blue laptop in which she records all her information, which resembles the Tamatomo PC. She seems to be Anpan Detective's rival, as she often follows him around to record the latest news, but this sometimes annoys and distracts Anpan. 


Oyamelojitchi in the anime.

Oyamelojitchi is a post-adult form of Melodytchi. This form is based off of Oyajitchi. Oyamelojitchi is obtainable on the Tamagotchi 4U, and she also appeared in "Passion Blooming! Summer Festival" of GO-GO Tamagotchi!.


Main article: Meloarabian

Meloarabian is another Henshin Jo transformation of Melodytchi that appears on the 15th anniversary version of the Tamagotchi iD L. They appear as a seperate character in the Fantasy version of the Tamagotchi Meets.



Melomamatchi & Melopapatchi.

Main article: Melomamatchi

Melomamatchi (メロママっち Meromamatchi) is Melodytchi's mother. She is known as a singer in Melody Land. She is very proud of Melodytchi and often cries on how proud she is, and how much Melodytchi loves her.


Main article: Melopapatchi

Melopapatchi (メロパパっち Meropapatchi) is Melodytchi's father. He is known as a violinist in Melody Land.


Sopratchi & Doremitchi

Main article: Sopratchi

Sopratchi is Melodytchi's tamapet. She has a calm personality and is always worried about the recklessness of their younger sister, Doremitchi.


Main article: Doremitchi

Doremitchi is Melodytchi's other tamapet. She is spoiled and enjoys music and dance.




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  • After the first series ended Yuko Sanpei began voicing Raitotchi.
  • When Melodytchi blinks, there is a sound a bit like glass smashing.
  • In the final episode of the original anime series, when Melodytchi shouts "Kizunatchi" as Kizunatchi is falling from the sky, her earring is colored blue instead of purple.
  • She is voiced in Japanese by Yuko Sanpei, who also voices Boruto Uzumaki from Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Nozomi Yumehara/Cure Dream from Yes! PreCure 5 and Yes! PreCure 5 GoGo (Yes! Pretty Cure 5 and Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GoGo), and Ryuu from Snow White with the Red Hair.
  • Starting from Tamagotchi M!x, Melodytchi lacked her hat and has both Doremitchi and Sopratchi in her sprite, with her hat being a separate item.
  • Despite being oblivious to romance, Melodytchi's bond with Lovelitchi has been interpreted as a lesbian relationship by several fans.
  • Melodytchi was voted the Most Popular Female Tamagotchi on the 2011 Tamagotchi 15th Anniversary Character Poll.

See also