Yo-kai Medallium biography
“The flower on top of Bloominoko's head brings people luck and happiness. Some folks even worship it."
Bloominoko ( is a Japanese: フクリュウ ) Fukuryuu Rank A, Earth-attribute Yo-kai of the Slippery tribe.
, Bloominoko evolves from Yo-kai Watch Noko when fused with a Drop of Joy. As of , it was set at Lv. 25; in Yo-kai Watch 2 , it was Lv. 31, and in Yo-kai Watch Blasters , it is set at Lv. 28.
Yo-kai Watch 3
Bloominoko is a peach snake with its chest and skin underneath pale cream-colored. It has green eyes and a pink and white flower on the top of its head-worn on top of a teal leaf. On its side, blue spots are located, while the tail has rings of light red all over it. The tip is shaped like a double heart and solid red.
Noko,the person inspirited by this Yo-kai gains good luck, but Bloominoko's luck is better than Noko's luck.
Fuse Noko with a Drop of Joy. A Drop of Joy is a rare drop from Noko. It is suggested to use a Yo-kai with an ability that increases the drop rate of items when attempting to obtain this Yo-kai.
Alternatively, Bloominoko rarely appears in the 7th Circle of
Noko at level 25.
Bloominoko debuts in
YW002. His luck is the reason Nate moved next to Katie. Nate attempts to keep Bloominoko from leaving so he can live next to Katie forever.
Yo-kai Watch 2
Yo-kai Watch Blasters
Yo-kai Watch 3
This shows Bloominoko's stat on level: 99.
Tolerance of attribute attack Strong × ⇒ △ ⇒ - ⇒ ○ ⇒ ◎ weak
Bloominoko's luck provides an ally with a little stat boost.
Recovers HP for its allies with a smile that brings good fortune.
Will increase money at the end of a battle.
Attack (hits a nearby enemy)
Falling Rocks (hits a faraway enemy. If charged, more damage)
Money earned at the end of battle is increased.
"Fukuryū" translates as "lucky dragon".
"Bloominoko" is a portmanteau of bloom and Tsuchinoko.
His Spanish name, "Florinoko" is a combination of "Florido" (Bloom) and "Noko".
Bloominoko's "random" nicknames in Yo-kai Watch 2 are: Springe, Blume, Luckon and Lilyhead.
In other languages
Translated as "lucky dragon".
A combination of "Florido" (Bloom) and "Noko".