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Princess Tamako (たまこ姫 Tamako Hime) is the daughter of the Gotchi King and the Gotchi Queen, and the older sister of Princess Tamakoko. She is a raisable character on the Tamagotchi Connection Version 5 Celebrity and the Tamagotchi iD L 15th Anniversary Version.
Princess Tamako has a round head with blonde hair done up in a bun. She has white skin and pink cheeks. Her eyes are oval-shaped, and each one has two sparkles and four eyelashes. She has a small mouth which is similar to a cat's. She wears a pink dress which billows out. The dress has two layers, and each layer has a row of lace around the bottom, and several little white bows. The dress also has a red collar and a golden brooch. Princess Tamako has a pink crown with dark pink gems on it atop her head.
Princess Tamako is generally kind and friendly. She loves to have fun, but she has an elegant nature as well. However, sometimes she breaks out of her proper composure, such as when she burst into uncontrollable laughter in an episode of Let's Go! Tamagotchi. She has an edge of determination to her. In the Tamagotchi! anime, she once set out with Mametchi and his friends to find a cure when her father got sick. Although Prince Tamahiko has deep feelings for her, she does not want him to be her prince, and she politely but firmly rejects his marriage proposals.
Appearances on Virtual Pets
Royal FamiTama and Version 5.5 Celebrity
Princess Tamako is obtainable in the Active group and is obtained from having a bonding of 800-999 or 80-100%.
Princess Tamako is also part of the Gotchi King Family. First, the player must raise a Rosutchi and have it marry Prince Tamahiko. Then Rosutchi and Prince Tamahiko become the Gotchi King and Gotchi Queen, and their children will become Princess Tamako and Princess Tamakoko. If Princess Tamako marries Tamastatchi at 100% bonding, she will become Gotchi Queen, maintaining the Royal Family status.
She also appears on the tie-in website, Tama & Earth EXPO. She can be seen on the Royal Cruise Ship, and plays a cello.
Tamagotchi iD L 15th Anniversary Ver.
If the player has connected with the same friend at least thirty times during the teen stage of their Tamagotchi, it will evolve into Princess Tamako. She can be obtained from any female teen.
In the Anime
Let's Go! Tamagotchi
Princess Tamako appeared in episode 10, Gotchi King Doesn't Laugh!?. Mametchi, Memetchi, and Kuchipatchi pay a visit to Gotchi King's Castle, and Princess Tamako is there to greet them. When Kuchipatchi starts making silly mistakes, she tries to suppress her giggles, only to burst into laughter later on. She is voiced by Kawase Akiko (Veronica Taylor in the English dub).
Princess Tamako appears as a recurring character in the Tamagotchi! series. In episode 21, she invites some of the girls from Tamagotchi School to a party at the royal palace. In episode 136, she sets out to find a cure when Gotchi King falls ill. In th first episode of GO-GO Tamagotchi!, she makes a brief appearance with the Gotchi King. She is voiced by Hinako Sasaki.
Other Tamagotchi Media
Tamagotchi Corner Shop series
Princess Tamako appears in all three Tamagotchi Corner Shop games. In Tamagotchi Connection: Corner Shop, she visits the player's shops when they are ready to upgrade to royal status. In Tamagotchi Connection: Corner Shop 2, she appears everytime the player upgrades to a new status. She is also an unlockable character in this game. After the player upgrades all the shops to royal status, they can choose Princess Tamako as a partner, although data will not be saved, and only certain customers will appear; the Royal Servants, Gotchi Queen, Gotchi King and Prince Tamahiko. In Tamagotchi Connection: Corner Shop 3, she appears only when the shops upgrade to royal status, like the first game.
Tama is Japanese for 'round', and ko is a suffix used with girls' names. Her name might also be a pun on the word tamago, which is Japanese for 'egg' and is the root of Tamagotchi.