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Sometimes, a watch can do more than just tell the time. That is the case with the timepiece that is given to young Nate by ghostly creature Whisper, who also serves as his butler. The watch allows him to see supernatural creatures known as Yo-kai, which are normally invisible to humans. While wearing the watch, Nate is also able to summon the Yo-kai he has befriended, enabling him to utilize the creatures' powers. Using the power of the Yo-kai, Nate goes around town, resolving trouble that he encounters.

Latest episodes

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Jibanyan tries to bring a lost kitten home; the Hot Clan invades Nate's home and Nate can't get them to leave.
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With his Yo-kai watch, Keita joins Whisper and Jibanyan, and they embark on a quest to find and meet new Yo-kai friends and fix the trouble they're causing.
aired 3 days ago
With his Yo-kai watch, Keita joins Whisper and Jibanyan, and they embark on a quest to find and meet new Yo-kai friends and fix the trouble they're causing.
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Yopple's new president releases the prototype of the Yo-kai Watch Model U, but when Nate gets his hands on it, something seems off.
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Hailey Anne and Usapyon need a safety system for their rocket; Nate meets a Yo-kai overflowing with pride; Komasan tries to help Robonyan adjust to a modern audience.
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With his Yo-kai watch, Keita joins Whisper and Jibanyan, and they embark on a quest to find and meet new Yo-kai friends and fix the trouble they're causing.
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With his Yo-kai watch, Keita joins Whisper and Jibanyan, and they embark on a quest to find and meet new Yo-kai friends and fix the trouble they're causing.
aired 16 days ago
Komasan's strange exercise routine turns a gym into a diner; a noisy Yo-kai turns the city into a disaster area; hundreds of Yo-kai converge on Nate's school.
aired 17 days ago
Komasan visits a ramen shop and breaks every rule; Yo-kai Shrook makes it difficult for everyone to perform; Nate helps Yo-kai Chansin realize his dream of beating a challenge.
aired 18 days ago
Komasan visits a store filled with tech and toupees; Komajiro meets Komasan's new friend, a robot vacuum cleaner; a meteor headed toward Earth takes Nate's mind off of a Yo-kai.
aired 20 days ago
The Yo-kai pest Irewig bugs Nate's mom; Nate catches Yo-kai Mermaidyn and can't stop reeling her in; the sloppy Yo-kai Gush shows up to ruin Nate's school painting.
aired 21 days ago
Yo-kai Greesel makes Nate's mom ration toilet paper; Yo-kai Bowminos will not stop making everyone apologize; Nate's family gets lost thanks to Yo-kai No-Go Kart.
aired 22 days ago
Gnomey plays matchmaker; Nate battles Snottle; the anxiety of going to the dentist sends Nate into a dimension of fear and paranoia known as the High-Fright Zone.
aired 23 days ago
Dinner is ruined as a trio of rude Yo-kai take over a restaurant and Nate, Whisper and Jibanyan have to go home hungry; Nate encounters a billionaire living in his closet.
aired 24 days ago
A new Gnomey invades Nate's house; Yo-kai Mynimo gives Nate special treatment at school; Yo-kai Grumples makes everything all wrinkled until Nate smoothes things over.
aired 25 days ago
Yo-kai Gnomey battles against monsters; fake Nate vs. real Nate.
aired 27 days ago
A squadron of Gnomey use their quick wits and military prowess to get Nate's test canceled; Whisper dreams that Katie is his master instead of Nate.
aired 28 days ago
A Yo-kai works hard to keep the house clean, but a kid as messy as Nate makes things quite difficult.
aired 29 days ago
Phonius is fired from his TV show after he's discovered to be a fraud; Nate's classroom smells.
aired 30 days ago
A Yo-kai that puts the "goof" in "goofball" inspirits Nate and the guys.
aired 31 days ago
Komasan discovers a hidden treasure; various Yo-kai compete in the annual Yo-kai April Foolathon.

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