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Moriritchi (もりりっち Moriritchi) is a main female Tamagotchi character, who first appears in episode 71 of Tamagotchi!. Moriritchi also appears on the Tamagotchi iD L, and has an older sister called Anemoriritchi. They both own and run the Tamamori shop on Tama Street, in Tamagotchi Town together. The only difference between the two is that Moriritchi is very close with her camera friend Pashalin, unlike her older sister, who dispises her. She is good friends with Melodytchi and Lovelitchi. Her birthday is September 21. In the anime, she is voiced by Saito Chiwa.
She is very positive, bright, active and a very out going girl. Her known catchphrases are "Surprised Peach Tree" (驚き桃の木～ Odoroki momo no ki), "Thank you san" (ありがとうさん Arigatō-san) and "Choberigu!" (チョベリグ～! Choberigu!). Plus, if any one of her friends is feeling down, she uses her Tamamori to cheer them up.
Moriritchi is the current Tamamori champion, beating out former Tamamori champion Giragiratchi.
Moriritchi's physical appearance resembles mostly a rabbit. She has starry eyes and she has pink marks on her cheeks. Her hair is very puffy and she has very long ears with fluffy balls on each tips. Uniquely, Moriritchi can tie up her ears into a fluffy cone shaped hair, which is her general appearance. When her ears are tied up, she still has the same puffy and fluffy hair on her head. Her tied up ears and hair are decorated with glitters and pink hearts. Moriritchi's apparel consists of a blue stockings, a sleeveless yellow dress and a blue bolero.
Morimori (もりもり) is a Japanese onomatopoeia, used when someone is full of zest. The sound is also used to show someone rising powerfully, which explains why Moriritchi has such a tall hairstyle, as a Japanese pun.
Young Moriritchi (やんぐもりりっち Yangu Moriritchi) is Moriritchi when she was 8 - 10 years younger. She has only appeared on the TV anime show, Tamagotchi! twice.
- The word Choberigu! (チョベリグ～! Choberigu) comes from a late 90's Japanese buzzwords TV show. The name of the show is called Choberiba (チョベリバ Choberiba), meaning very very bad. Choberigu is the opposite, meaning very very good.