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Kizunatchi resembles an animal fairy. She is very small, similar to the size of Hapihapitchi but can become even smaller when inside the Tama Profy. She has light pink fluffy costume-looking skin, a light yellow face, pink cheeks, purple eyes, two white butterfly wings, a Kizuna Tama Heart on the top right of her head, and in the middle of her tummy.
In episode 140 of Tamagotchi!, Kizunatchi evolves with the bond of friendship as she falls from the sky, trying to save Tamagotchi Planet. Now, she wears a light yellow dress with a heart on it, has heart-shaped ears and a heart shaped face. Her wings are bigger and her collar turns pink. She no longer has the ability to enter the Tama Profys.
Kizunatchi is a popular Tama Pet on Tamagotchi Planet, and many Tamagotchis think she is cute and adore her. Since she is a young Tamagotchi, Kizunatchi can be childish. She is often very unusual and sometimes repeats a question when it is asked. She often says noja (のじゃ) and nanoja (なのじゃ). She is helpful and likes to do tasks for Lovelitchi's family. When she is excited, she flies back and forth or around in circles singing happily.
She is also a messenger for Hatokamitchi, the god of Tama Heart, along with Denshohatotchi who is a courier. Kizunatchi sleeps most of the day, and does not use make-up and doesn't like going to bed when she is supposed to.
She sends messages digitally.
In the Anime
Kizunatchi was accidentally discovered by Lovelitchi on her Tama Profy after obtaining a Tama Heart and Hatokamitchi's power was used in the end of episode 102 on the anime TV show, Tamagotchi! in 2011. Originally, she stayed inside the Tama Profy until episode 109 In episode 143, she evolves and leaves.
She lives in both Lovelitchi and Melodytchi's Tama Profys, and is able to enter in and out of the Profys. She can see all of the Tama Hearts Lovelitchi and Melodytchi have collected, and gets excited whenever they collect a new one.
She is voiced by Mariya Ise.
On Virtual Pets
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Kizuna is the Japanese word for "connection", "friendship" or "bond". It means "The strength and depth of our work in that it signifies our connections with the love in our own hearts, with our creativity and intuition, with nature, and with other people that form the basis of our work."