1st Form
2nd Form
Bakera (Japanese: バケーラ Bakēra) is a Yo-kai that appears in the Yo-kai Watch Jam: Yo-kai Academy Y series. Jinpei Jiba becomes the Yo-kai Hero, Kengo Benimaru when he combines powers with Bakera.

In Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble, he is a Rank S Yo-kai of the Eerie tribe.




Bakera's secondary form, used for combat.

Bakera is a large and chubby red-and-white cat-shaped Yo-kai that has a long tail, with blue sclerae eyes and pupils on his face and blue tips and wears a white scarf with two flaps around his neck. He also has pink paw pads on his bottom paws, a red cross-shaped mark on his tummy and stripes on his the back of his paw-hands.

At first, Bakera appears to be calm and carefree, and doesn't mind causing trouble and distraction for others that can see him but he can get mad at strangers if tampered with and fights them off on his own.

In the form of defense and combat, Bakera can turn into a bigger and more monstrous version of himself which gives him claws allowing him to scratch enemies and destroy things in his way with improved strength.


Warning: plot & spoiler details are listed below.

Prior Events

Bakera was created in the Y Circle found under the Pyramid but seemingly had his memory erased.

Yo-kai Watch Jam - Yo-kai Academy Y: Waiwai Gakuen Seikatsu

Spoilers end here.

Game Data


Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack -- --
No description.
Attack -- --
No description.
Technique -- --
No description.
Soultimate Move Bakeneko Punch (Japanese: 化け猫パンチ Bakeneko Panchi) -- -
Powers up and holds back his fist then slams his fist onto the ground, erasing some wib wobs.

Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble

Bakera Wib Wob
Stats Calculation
Soultimate Move
Other Effects
Soultimate Levels
LV01 00
LV02 00
LV03 00
LV04 00
LV05 00
LV06 00
LV07 00
Skill Levels
LV01 Effect: 00
LV02 Effect: 00
LV03 Effect: 00
LV04 Effect: 00
LV05 Effect: 00

In the anime


Bakera may be based on the youkai Bakeneko, since that he was referred to as one in M06.


In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese バケーラ Bakēra
Flag of France French Carmino Taken from carmin (Carmine), a type of red pigment.
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