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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.

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Komasan tries to explain the concept of cellphones to Komajiro; while in class, Nate and Whisper discover the farting Yo-kai Cheeksqueek up to no good.
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Komasan is confused by a subway turnstile, until Komajiro realizes that he needs a passcard to get through; Nate, Bear and Eddie head to the mall to buy a video game.
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Komasan soon begins to realize that Komajiro is adapting to city life much faster than he anticipated; Nate discovers he is being possessed by the Yo-Kai Buhu.
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Komasan's younger brother Komajiro comes to the city; after a failed treasure hunt, Nate and Whisper meet the cicada Yo-Kai Cadin.
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Manjimutt decides to go to Hollywood to become a movie star, but is apprehended before he can leave the country; Jibanyan has locked himself up in Nate's room.
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Manjimutt goes into the countryside to make pottery, but his works are not appreciated by the police; Yo-Kai Komasan moves to the city.
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Manjimutt tries an apprenticeship at a bakery, but cannot overcome his canine urges; Nate and his friends get possessed by the Yo-Kai Blazion.
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Manjimutt's newest venture, a photographer, is disrupted when his client discovers he is not the one who was supposed to photograph her; Nate and Whisper discover that Eddie and Bear are under a spell.
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While Nate cleans his room, Whisper gives him the Yo-Kai Medallium to store his Yo-Kai Medals; Nate and Whisper discover a Yo-Kai, Hungramps, causing trouble at the local convenience store by making people unnaturally hungry.
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Whisper talks about the Yo-Kai Noko, and Nate sees it, but Whisper doesn't; Nate and Whisper meet the man-faced dog Yo-Kai Manjimutt, who soon gets arrested.
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Nate tells Whisper of rumors going around about a specific Yo-Kai, which Whisper identifies as a kappa; while they try to find it, the kappa Yo-Kai, named Walkappa, tries to get their attention.
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Nate discovers the world of the Yo-Kai when he frees the Yo-Kai butler Whisper from a capsule machine.
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Komasan tries to unwind with pottery; Hailey Anne and Usapyon search for a Yo-kai that can generate infinite energy for a rocket; Jibanyan's relaxing day turns into a nightmare.
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A rootin'-tootin' space cowboy Yo-kai named Usapyon tries to trick sci-fi superfan Hailey Anne into helping him aid a friend.
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Nate learns to be careful what he wishes for when the wrong word has him transported to the Yo-kai World for a new Yo-kai's big racing event.
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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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Carl San Fantastico's biggest heist begins; a new Yo-kai makes Katie frighteningly bossy, and Nate is going to need all the help he can get to put a stop to it.
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Komasan tries his hand at medicine at the Yo-kai hospital; Nate has to contend with a strangely lazy Yo-kai who has taken up residence in his house.
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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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Whisper reveals the characters' origins.
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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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