Tiku-Taku is one of the characters from Pop'n Music 19 TUNE STREET.
今は動かない、大きな古時計。そおっと覗いてみてごらん。ほらほら、小さなお友達が編み物をしているよ！ Take a peek at this big old clock that no longer moves. Hey, this small friend is knitting!
Tiku-Taku is a small time fairy who guards a grandfather clock and speaks an odd language. They can only be seen by the Clocksmith's apprentice, who is their only friend. Should what they protect disappear, they would disappear as well.
Tiku-Taku looks like a small black mouse with a little tuft of blonde hair. They wear a silver cap with a key at the end of its chain, a red scarf and brown cloak with yellow and orange designs on it. This palette is recycled in Rat-Ta-Tat-Tart from pop'n music éclale.
Their 2P pallet changes their tuft of hair to grey. Their scarf is a creme white and their cloak is light blue with lighter and darker shades of blue for the designs.
"Tiku-Taku" is the Japanese pronunciation of the English onomatopoeia "tick-tock", which is the sound a clock makes when it's ticking.