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Komasan (コマさん) is a Rare, Pretty Class, Fire-attribute Yo-Kai ranked D; he is an ice cream-loving Yo-kai from the countryside. After his shrine was demolished, he wandered into the city in search of soft serve ice cream. According to the Yokai Daijiten (Yokai encyclopedia) it states, "A Koma dog that came from a rural area to an urban area. He freaks out saying "Monge~!" to express awe at the city."

Charming icon.png Komasan Rank D icon.png
コマさん Komasan YW1-028
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Komasan YW1-028.png Power Speed
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Bio[edit | edit source]

Komasan is a guardian lion-dog that got bored with guarding his shrine. Now he's looking for a new one.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Komasan is a Komainu (though more closely resembling a shiba inu) with long, blue fiery eyebrows that look similar to Hitodama flames. He has ivory-colored fur with a light blue stomach, tail, and inner ears. His eyes are a lime green color and he has red swirls on his cheeks and hips. He carries a green pouch with white spirals wrapped around his shoulders.

Location[edit | edit source]

InYo-kai Watch, Komasan can be found in Infinite Inferno circles 1 and 2.

Komasan will automatically be befriended as a part of the story, once you enter the Construction Site in Downtown Springdale.

In Yo-kai Watch 2, Komasan can be found by talking to Mr. E with a picture from Yo-kai Watch. He will give you a choice

token to pick between 3 yo-kai, being Noko, Komasan, and Buchinyan

Personality[edit | edit source]

In the anime, Komasan is quite childish and is easily distinguished from a city slicker. He often ends his sentences with "zura" (y'all in the english version), which is his way of saying "nice to meet you." He also uses the word "monge", a slang word meaning 'tremendous' ("Oh my swirls!" in the English version), when he's surprised or impressed. Due to this he seems to have traces of an Okayama dialect. Komasan is referred to as being a 'country bumpkin' and thus has highly limited knowledge of urban life. He tries his best to learn as much as he can to present himself as a good role model to his younger brother Komajiro. Komasan spends most of his time roaming the city in search of delicious food, particularly soft serve ice cream, as well as going on adventures with his brother. In the English version he speaks with a southern accent.

Relationships[edit | edit source]

This Yo-kai belongs to the Komainu family of Yo-kai alongside Komajiro, KomaneKomiger, and Mighty Dog.

Komajiro- Komasan's younger brother, whom he loves very much, and strives to look cool and street-savvy toward. When Komajiro seems to take on the ways of the city much more quickly than he does, Komasan grows worried and possibly jealous. The pair live together in a small house and often go on small adventures with one another.

Komasan's Mother- Komasan writes her letters about how his life in the city is going. She's yet to have made an official appearance, however.

Mako- Starting from episode 21, Komasan falls in love with a manga artist named mako at a local coffee shop and is distraught by the fact that they can't be together due to coming from different worlds. He disguises himself as a human to befriend her and aid her when she runs into an artistic block.

Abilities and Powers[edit | edit source]

Charming icon.png Komasan's Moveset

Normal Stats (At Lv. 99)[edit | edit source]

HP: 321

Power: 112

Spirit: 171

Defense: 120

Speed: 157

Buster stats (Yo-kai Watch 2)[edit | edit source]

History[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the original anime, Komasan and Komajiro are said to be step brothers. However, it is not mentioned in the English dub.

Origin[edit | edit source]

  • The leaf that Komasan wears is based on the tanuki and the popular belief that they wear leaves on their heads as well.
    • Furthermore, his fixation on eating good food may also be an adopted Tanuki attribute.

Name Origin[edit | edit source]

The 'Koma' part of his name stems from the word Komainu (Lion dog). 'San' is an honorific attached to names to address someone respectfully, an english equivalent of which would be 'Mr.', 'Mrs.' 'Ms.'.

In Other Languages[edit | edit source]

  • Japanese: コマさん Komasan
  • Korean: 백멍이 Baengmeongi

See also[edit | edit source]




Mighty Dog

Gallery[edit | edit source]