Miraitchi (みらいっち Miraitchi) is an adult female character that debuted in the third anime series, Tamagotchi! Miracle Friends. She has a younger twin sister named Clulutchi, and has a companion called Watchlin.
Miraitchi has white skin and brown colored eyes with a heart mark in her eyes. Her hair is white with a ponytail, white tuft on her forehead, and two locks of hair down the sides of her face. Her ponytail and hair tuft sway to the right. She has a magenta colored rose tied on top of her hair to fasten her ponytail and her two locks of hair. For apparel, she wears a light pink dress with dark pink stockings, and a wears a pearl necklace.
When Miraitchi was younger, she wore a blue dress with yellow stockings, and had two blue beads on her head.
Miraitchi is the more fun twin. She is playful and loves to have fun, but she gets nervous when she is worried. She also sometimes has a habit of rushing instead of thinking things through, which leaves Clulutchi to take control of the situation. Unlike Clulutchi, Miraitchi can get confused or misunderstanding of love at times, although not to the same obliviousness as Melodytchi. Miraitchi enjoys flying, while Clulutchi doesn't. Also, Miraitchi claims that "she doesn't look the same as her sister," despite that they both share the same traits of biological appearances.
In Miracle Friends, both Miraitchi and Clulutchi are depicted as being bad at sports at first. However, In GO-GO Tamagotchi!, she is depicted as being very strong and athletic, and often plays soccer with Kuromametchi. This is likely due to her practicing a lot. She is part of the sports class at DoriTama School.
Miraitchi and Clulutchi have a shared passion for fashion design. While Clulutchi specializes in designing accessories, Miraitchi prefers designing clothes.
On Virtual Pets
Tamagotchi P's Miracrise Ver.
Miraitchi is a secret character obtained from any female teen winning the Miracle Coordinates game 3 times.
In the Anime
Miraitchi appears in the anime Tamagotchi! Miracle Friends as one of the main heroines along with her twin sister Clulutchi. The girls share their dreams together to become great fashion designers and run a shop of their own. But when they find themselves warped to the past and into the series' main timeline, they both embark on an adventure to find a way back to their future while following their dream careers. Both twins have Pocket Designers. Their father is Doctor Future, but after they are transported to the present, their home-stay parent is Madamutchi.
The main objective of the twins is to collect all 8 Dreambakutchis which were set free from Dream Center. The Dreambakutchis have the ability to return Miraitchi and Clulutchi to the future, but a mysterious Tamagotchi called X-Kamen is trying to take the Dreambakutchis as well. While initially seeing X-Kamen as an adversary, Miraitchi is the first to think that he might not be evil after all and convinces Clulutchi that they should try talking to him. When they learn that X-Kamen is Smartotchi and find out about his motives, they start to work together with him.
Miraitchi and Clulutchi depart for home in the final episode of Miracle Friends. However, they return again in GO-GO Tamagotchi!, with the help of an inventive doorknob that allows them to travel through time.
Names in other languages
|Cantonese (Hong Kong)||小未來||Little Future|
"Mirai" (未来) means "the future", which supports her origin as a Tamagotchi from the future. Together with the name of her twin sister, "kuru", they mean "the future arriving" (未来が来る). In addition, "mirakuru" (ミラクル) means miracle, which is from the name of the series she first appeared in.
- Miraitchi shares her voice actress with Naru Ayase from Pretty Rhythm Rainbow Live.
- Miraitchi and Clulutchi have a mother, but she is only mentioned and is never seen.
- Miraitchi is actually left handed, unlike her twin Clulutchi who is right handed. This could make them mirror image twins, where one twin has reversed physical traits of the other.
- Miraitchi is one day older than Clulutchi. This is most likely because Miraitchi's egg hatched one day earlier than Clulutchi's did.
- Sometimes, certain scenes with both Miraitchi and Clulutchi are often symmetrically reflected.