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*Yakko-chan shares her birthdate with [[Ayame]], [[F-Train]], [[Rin & Daiki & Hurry|Daiki]].
*Yakko-chan shares her birthdate with [[Ayame]], [[F-Train]], and [[Rin & Daiki & Hurry|Daiki]].
**Yakko-chan's birthdate resembles Children's Day from Japanese.
**Yakko-chan's birthdate is on Children's Day, a holiday from Japan.
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Revision as of 15:57, 2 April 2016

I don't know what you're saying. - Mimi
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Yakko-chan needs its music comment, song production information, and/or staff comments translated.

Yakko-chan is one of the characters from Pop'n Music 19 TUNE STREET.


She ends up healthy by giving special medicine to tired people.
The gulp protects capacity and usage★BeHappy♪



Yakko-chan has neck-length, hazel-colored hair and violet eyes. She has a cap with a fuchsia section, as well as a gray eye patch with an eye closed on her right eye. Her top features are a gray shirt with a fuchsia-colored "dead" icon, white gloves, and a matching backpack. Yakko-chan also dons matching strap sandals.

Yakko-chan's 2P color palette gives her fuchsia eyes that matches her additional stockings and sky blue hair, as well as a yellow cap with a white section, which matches her icon on her light silver shirt and her backpack.


Yakko-chan's outfit in the Pop'n Music éclale vol. 2 Card Collection maintains her clothing's color scheme, but has a punkish dress-like costume, with her eyepatch converted into a magenta heart, platinum cloth on right wrist and left glove, and tacky boots with bandages. Her costume also includes a waistband with triangular patterns and a white blouse.

NET Self

Attack It's medicine! (お薬だよ! Okusuri da yo!?)
Damage You're using it too much! (飲みすぎたぁ Nomi sugitaa?)
GOOD Play (gulp) (ごっくんちょ Gokkun cho?)
BAD Play Oops! (おっとと~ Ottoto~?)
WIN Eat up. (ぱくぱく Paku paku?)
LOSE Help! (たすけてぇ~ Tasuketee?)


  • Yakko-chan shares her birthdate with Ayame, F-Train, and Daiki.
    • Yakko-chan's birthdate is on Children's Day, a holiday from Japan.