Oyajitchi has the appearance of an old man's head, slightly bald with a single strand of hair on his head, and two stick legs. He has two tufts of hair on the sides of his head and a mustache.
In the Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. app, he can also have red or blue skin. In the second generation, he has the same three variations, but with a green outline.
Oyajitchi loves alcohol and beautiful women. He has a rugged and fascinating personality that reminds everyone of their father or uncle. His favorite style of humor revolves around bad puns, or "dad jokes", that he spouts constantly.
Oyajitchi is portrayed as a heavy drinker, with an addiction to sake (this is changed to coffee outside of Japan). As he is a character obtained only from special conditions, he is also characterized as being difficult to find. Oyajitchi is also portrayed as a lover of beautiful women.
Oyajitchi is also shown to have his own secret village on Tamagotchi Planet, known as Oyaji Village. Chou Jinsei Enjoi Tamagotchi Plus and Ura Jinsei Enjoy Tamagotchi Plus users can purchase tickets to visit this village.
On Virtual Pets
Tamagotchi (Generation 1)
Oyajitchi is a secret character on the Japanese version. The user must first raise a Maskutchi from a Tamatchi that started with 0% Discipline. From there, the user must provide good to perfect care, with no care mistakes. Maskutchi will evolve into Oyajitchi around the age of 10. If the Discipline meter is not entirely filled at the time of evolution, it will fill to 100% immediately upon evolving. Oyajitchi wakes at 9 AM, sleeps at 10 PM, and has a base weight of 30. Like Mametchi, he has a longer life span than other adults.
On English versions, he is replaced with Bill.
On the 2017 Japanese replica, any Maskutchi raised from any method may evolve into Oyajitchi by the age of 18 if good care is maintained and the Discipline meter is filled.
Deai Hakken!! Arukotch
Oyajitchi appears as one of the Gotchi Boys that Arukotchi can date. He is normally a rare encounter, but once he's encountered and befriended, he will begin dropping surume (dried squid) along Arukotchi's path deliberately for her to give to him later.
Modern Tamagotchi Releases
To obtain Oyajitchi, the user must first obtain either Ojitchi or Otokitchi, and breed one with the other. With the exception of the Entama, Uratama, and Tamagotchi Plus Color, all other releases require a second Tamagotchi. The resulting babies from the breeding will always evolve into Oyajitchi. The only exceptions are the Tamagotchi Plus Color and Tamatown Tama-Go; female babies can be born as well, who grow into Grippatchi.
On the Tamagotchi Connection Version 4.5, if any offspring of an Oyajitchi is given good care as a child they will evolve into one of the universal teenagers and then into one of the universal adults. This will continue on for generation after generation until sufficient neglect as a child results in it evolving into one of the regular Ura teenagers.
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On this version he is a male adult-stage character obtained by giving 6 or more care misses to Young Oyajitchi.
An Oyajitchi may appear when visiting Oyaji Village, and give the player's Tamagotchi a package of yakitori.
Oyajitchi is a potential marriage partner that appears on the 20th Anniversary and Gift versions, accessed through Professor Banzo's Laboratory. In the family photo screen, Ojitchi and Otokitchi appear as his parents.
Portrayal in Anime
In the first Tamagotchi animated production, Tamagotchi Honto no Hanashi, Oyajitchi is shown to be the sole reason for the Tamagotchi's movement to planet Earth. He is shown to be wandering around with a bottle of sake before climbing onto the Tamagotchi Planet's beak and conversing with it. Getting irritated, he jams his bottle of sake into the Planet's mouth before falling back to land. The Planet gets drunk and begins to sing very loudly, annoying its inhabitants and causing them to leave. Oyajitchi is stranded on the drunk planet, leaving him to feebly attempt to sober it.
He makes several cameo appearances in Tamagotchi: The Movie.
In the original Japanese edition of the anime, Let's Go! Tamagotchi, he appears briefly in the beginning of The Secret of Tamagotchi Town, wandering drunk through Tamagotchi Town. The scene is cut completely from the English dub.
He makes his first Tamagotchi! debut in the fourth series, GO-GO Tamagotchi! He has a cart in which he sells cider (instead of sake). His cart is a simple wooden wagon he pulls behind him, but after Tamagottsun, it's transformed into a more modern, self-propelled vehicle that resembles a fish. His business had drastically improved, and he became good friends with Melodytchi. He enjoys singing along to traditional Japanese ballads.
In episode 18, part 1, his stall is present at the DoriTama Town Summer Festival. He partners up with Melodytchi, who is in her Personality Stage evolution Oyamelojitchi. In episode 24 part 1, he and Melodytchi partner up again for a comedy contest. In episode 34, he is one of the announcers for the Tamagotchi Space Grand Prix, and his Oyaji Cider is sold to the racers and audience.
In episode 40 part 1, he is one of the finalists in Lovelin's contest. He is disqualified after failing to cry on command. He returns in part 2 as Lovelin's replacement after Himespetchi reveals her identity.
See Oyajitchi Angel.
See Devil Oyajitchi.
See Kabuto Oyajitchi.
See Afro Oyajitchi.
See Young Oyajitchi.
Explosion Oyajitchi (ばくはつおやじっち Bakuhatsu Oyajitchi) is a special variation of Oyajitchi exclusive to 64 de Hakken! Tamagotchi Minna de Tamagotchi World. He resembles Oyajitchi, except the strand of hair on top of its head is replaced with a bomb wick. Explosion Oyajitchi is randomly obtained from winning the game with any Generation 1 adult.
Thunder Oyajitchi (かみなりおやじっち Kaminari Oyajitchi) is a special variation of Oyajitchi exclusive to 64 de Hakken! Tamagotchi Minna de Tamagotchi World. He resembles Oyajitchi, except he has curly hair on top of his head, with a large point in the middle. Thunder Oyajitchi is randomly obtained from winning the game with any Generation 1 adult.
Santa Oyajitchi (サンタおやじっち) is a special variation of Oyajitchi exclusive to 64 de Hakken! Tamagotchi Minna de Tamagotchi World. He resembles Oyajitchi, except his facial hair is white, he wears a red Santa cap, and carries a large sack behind him. Santa Oyajitchi is randomly obtained from winning the game with any Generation 2 adult.
UraOyajitchi (ウラおやじっち Uraoyajitchi) is a variation of Oyajitchi found on the Ura Jinsei Enjoy Tamagotchi Plus. He is virtually the same as Oyajitchi, both in personality and appearance, except he emits a blue Ura glow.
Oyaji means "one's father" or "old man".
- Oyajitchi's design serves as the inspiration for the Digimon character Nanimon. Curiously, Nanimon's profile suggests he and Oyajitchi are one in the same, and that Oyajitchi had slipped into the Digital World and transformed himself to survive.
- Melodytchi has a Personality Stage form called Oyamelojitchi, which is based on him.
- In the anime Zombieland Saga, protagonist Saki Nikaido owns a generation 1 Tamagotchi that frequently became Oyajitchi due to her failure to discipline it.