Watawatatchi (わたわたっち Watawatatchi) is a female adult Tamagotchi character. She appears on the Tamagotchi iD L and the Tamagotchi Nano. She also appears in the Tamagotchi! anime as a student in Mametchi's class.
Watawatatchi has light yellow skin, pink cheeks, and small dark eyes. She wears a white cotton dress and doesn't have visible legs. Her Tama Pet sits on her head, which is white and fluffy with small dark eyes and a yellow beak, as well as two long arms which look like they are Watawatachi's ears.
Watawatatchi is a shy, caring Tamagotchi. She loves relaxing and fluffy things. She gets easily nervous while talking to other Tamagotchis, and blushes a lot. However, she is very sociable when talking to animals. She has the power to talk to Tamagotchi animals and Tama Pets, such as Doremitchi who can only say Kyu (きゅ). She is often seen talking to forest animals like birds.
Everytime Watawatatchi speaks, she always ends a sentences with wata (わた).
The Tama Pet on her head can only say wata wata (わたわた), an onomatopoeia (sound) word, and sometimes speaks while waving its arms after Watawatatchi finishes speaking. It sometimes matches her expressions as well.
Watawatatchi can hover in the air for short periods of time when her Tama Pet flaps its arms.
On Virtual Pets
Tamagotchi iD L
Watawatatchi evolves with 4 care misses from Hineonetchi.
Tamagotchi Nano (Version 2)
Watawatatchi evolves from Choribotchi with bad care.
Watawatatchi appears as a potential marriage partner on every version of the m!x. She appears at Rainbow Hills on every version except for the Sanrio version, where she appears at Twin Stars Land instead.
During the first generation, Watawatatchi evolves from any female teen with 7 or more care mistakes. In other generations, her genes will appear from said parameters being met by female My Tamas, even without Watawatatchi parentage. She has thus become a neglect-exclusive character in this game, much like Gozarutchi, her care-counterpart.
As a potential marriage partner, Watawatatchi appears at the Tama Farm on the Magic, Fairy, Sanrio, and Fantasy versions. On the Pastel version, she appears at the Tama Resort Hotel instead.
Watawatatchi's name comes from wata, the Japanese word for cotton.