The Tamagotchi Planet (たまごっち星 Tamagotchi Sei) is the homeworld of all Tamagotchis, and the closest planet to The Earth that supports life. Just like all of the buildings, machines and plants on the surface, the planet itself is a Tamagotchi.
From space, the planet looks mostly green with large continents of various colors (dark green, yellow, and pink). It has closed eyes, pink lips. and an open mouth with a large drop of drool hanging out of it, as if the planet is sleeping. It also had two short, stubby arms that often hang down away from its body, and two clouds its top. The back of Tamagotchi Planet looks like a Tamagotchi device; there is cream colored area that resembles a screen, and three pink spots that resemble buttons.
In its original incarnation, the planet resembled Earth, but with eyes and a large, pink beak. On its back side was Zetsuenshi Island, which had a tab so large it could be seen from space.
During the events of the original Tamagotchi, an Oyajitchi got the Tamagotchi Planet drunk, causing it to sing loudly and evolve into a new form, which made the planet uninhabitable. In a panic, the Tamagotchis fled the planet for safe haven, and ended up crashing on Earth. During the events of the Yasashii Tamagotch (fall 1998), the Planet had become sober and was safe to live on again, and Professor Banzo and Mikachu began to send the Tamagotchis home in repaired UFOs.
During the events of Tamagotchi: The Movie, Sunnytchi disappeared from the Planet, causing it to catch a cold. While it was sick, the Tamagotchi Planet had a large drip of nasal fluid hanging from its nose insead of drool hanging from its mouth. Mametchi stole a rocket from Mamemame Laboratory to go searching for Sunnytchi, only to find the Planet's cold medication hitched to the tip of the rocket. It was successfully shot from the rocket so the Planet could ingest it, curing its cold. Later, when the rocket was trying to escape Blackholetchi's pull, the Planet unleashed a loud yell that woke up Blackholetchi.
In the series finale of the Tamagotchi! anime, it is shown that it developed an egg disease known as "Eggification" due to the rapid disappearance of the legendary Tama Hearts, which turns its population into unconscious, zombie-like eggs.
In the series GO-GO Tamagotchi!, the two northern continents of the Planet merge together in an event known as Tamagottsun (たまごっつん), which happens once every thousand years. This causes Tamagotchi Town, Dream Town, and the smaller rural areas surrounding them to merge into one city, forming DoriTama Town. In episode 12, TamaGoLand was introduced and does not alter after Tamagottsun created DoriTama Town. In episode 48, the planet begins to cry, due to the Tamagottsun getting more serious. Mametchi and his friends discover if the planet keeps crying a permanent drought would occur and the Tamagotchi species would become extinct. In episode 50, the students at DoriTama School did eveything they could to cheer the planet up. With all their effort they cheered up Tamagotchi Planet and Dream Town and Tamagotchi Town came back to their unfused states.
On Virtual Pets
None of the vintage Tamagotchi toys portrayed the Tamagotchis as living on the planet; they lived in the egg itself.
On the Keitai Kaitsuu Tamagotchi Plus, the Tamagotchi could temporarily visit the Planet through a cell phone application, and come back the same way. Starting from the Chou Jinsei Enjoi Tamagotchi Plus, the Tamagotchi could return to the Planet through an Earth PC and visit Tamagotchi Town, among many other planet locations. This functionality is included in the Ura Jinsei Enjoy Tamagotchi Plus, Tamagotchi Connection Version 3, V4, V4.5, V5, V5 Celebrity, and Music Star.
Starting from the Tamagotchi Plus Color and TamaTown Tama-Go, the toys now take place on the Tamagotchi Planet itself, with the toy being a means of communicating and interacting between the Tamagotchi Planet and Earth.
A short animation of the Tamagotchi Planet and the Earth appears on the O-uchi no Deka Tamagotchi Game Ō Kettēsen. It is essentially a screensaver that appears when the player has not used the toy in a while.
When playing with the scooter with Kikitchi (or other characters that like this item, such as Moriritchi) in Tamagotchi M!x/On you get a special animation of Kikitchi (along with the player's My Tama if the scooter is brought to the Tama Hotel instead) riding around the Tamagotchi Planet.
In Tamagotchi Connection: Corner Shop 3, the player recieves a message requesting help from either Mametchi, Memetchi, or Kuchipatchi. If the player agrees to help, a UFO will appear to take the player to Tamagotchi Planet.
A sequence involving the Tamagotchi Planet and the Earth communicating to each other appears in Tamagotchi Collection.
The loading screen for Tamagotchi Friend's Dream Town game is an image of Tamagotchi Planet.
Virtual Tamagotchi Planet Map
On July 3, 2015, an interactive map of Tamagotchi Planet was added to the Tamagotchi Channel website during the airing of the rerun series Tamagotchi! Tamatomo Daishuu GO. It is an overall layout of the entire modern Tamagotchi Planet such as areas and regions around the world. The art style of the map uses the modern (non-anime) art style.
Upon the initial release, Tamagotchi Town, Mame City, Guruguru Town, Patchi Forest, and Tama Street were available for viewing. There was also an additional location called Tamagotchi Rally Island, which launched a web-based activity game. On December 15, 2015, Flower Hills was added to the map as well. On May 13, 2016, a brand new location called Rainbow Hills was added to the map. On July 1, 2016, Berry Town was added to the map.
- Tamagotchi Town
- Ura Tama Town
- Mame City
- Guruguru Town
- Patchi Forest
- Forest Falls
- Flower Hills
- Berry Town
- Gozaru Village
- Oyaji Village
- Makkakka Town
- Tama & Earth EXPO
- Music City
- North North Point
- Melody Land
- Swirly Sweet City
- Antique Town
- Tama Desert
- Dream Town
- DoriTama Town
- Rainbow Hills
- Mermaid Palace
- Present Island
- My Town
- Tama Resort
- Tamagotchi Planet is capable of Evolution. One of the Planet's "poor care" stages is shown in Tamagotchi: Honto no Hanashi, where it instantaneously changes its voice, appearance, and demeanor upon pulling its tab out in the middle of a drunken dance. Evolution may also explain the radical change in appearance between the Planet's 1998 and 2004 incarnations.
- The Planet's oceans look green from space, despite being blue when seen from the surface.
- While the Tamagotchi Planet seen in Let's Go! Tamagotchi is a simple animation, in later anime, it is an entirely CG model.