Nyoki Nyoki: Tabidachi-Hen

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Nyoki Nyoki: Tabidachi-Hen
Nyoki Nyoki Tabidachi Hen logo.jpg
Nyoki Nyoki: Tabidachi-Hen logo
DeveloperCompile Maru, D4 Enterprise
PublisherD4 Enterprise
PlatformNintendo 3DS
Release dateNintendo 3DS
Japan November 11, 2016

Nyoki Nyoki: Tabidachi-Hen (にょきにょき たびだち編, Nyokinyoki tabidachi-hen, lit. Nyoki Nyoki: Journeying Chapter or Journeying Edition), also known simply as Nyoki Nyoki, is a puzzle video game developed by Compile Maru and published by D4 Enterprise for the Nintendo 3DS in 2016. Its mechanics are largely taken from Pochi and Nyaa, with the most notable change being that players may send Nuisance Nyokis whenever they desire.


Yayoi Koto

The game's protagonist. A good-natured, compassionate spirit without a specific attribute who grows by the day. As of this game, she is depicted as 9 years old physically. Her clothing is based on the garments worn during the Yayoi period in Japan.

Great Lord Enma

The leader of the evil spirits who serves as the final boss of the main story. His demeanor is unusually serious compared to the comical final bosses of related series past.

Haruka Sawakawa

A good spirit with the light attribute who is Yayoi's best friend. Her design gives off the image of a flirty hikyaku (courier) from the Edo period. She wields glowing shurikens as weapons, as well as her message box.

Marie Rosacia

A good spirit with a rose motif who seems to associate herself with evil spirits, according to Haruka. Her quiet demeanor gives off an air of mystery, but she drops this attitude in favor of a bolder approach when provoked.

Mother Eryngii

An evil spirit with the wood attribute. She rides around on a vehicle of sorts resembling a tree stump. Despite her status as a single mother to a troop of mushrooms, she acts rather childish herself.


An evil spirit with the flower attribute. He is an effeminate mammoth with a penchant for small, cute things. Due to this, he goes out of his way to claim Yayoi for himself. As a mammoth, he isn't too keen on being referred to as "Mr. Elephant", but he eventually reluctantly accepts the moniker.






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