Frogetmenot (Japanese: センポクカンポク Senpoku-kanpoku) is a Rank S, Restoration-attribute Classic Yo-kai of the Slippery tribe.

In Yo-kai Watch 3, Frogetmenot is one of the Yo-kai required to unlock Elder Bloom.



Frogetmenot is a humanoid amphibian Yo-kai with green skin. He wears a black kimono with a white sash patterned with blue spots, and a straw hat that appears to have warts on it. He's always seen carrying a paper lamp that is lit up with a blue flame.


Yo-kai Watch 3

Frogetmenot can be found by going to the sewer entrance in Mt. Wildwood (only accessible by helicopter, player must have an S Rank Watch) he will ask the player to gather all 7 fox masked NPCs found across all the sewer manholes in Springdale, once the player has found all NPCs, Frogetmenot can be fought once daily and befriended by normal methods.


Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Smack Down (Japanese: はりたおす Haritaosu) 25x2 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Paradise (Japanese: 極楽の術 Gokuraku no Jutsu) 70 Restoration Single ally
No description.
Inspirit Lingering Smile (Japanese: しみいる笑顔 Shimīru Egao) Single ally
Puts a warm smile in an ally's heart. DEF goes way up.
Soultimate Move Rise and Shine (Japanese: そろそろ起きなはれや Sorosoro Okina Hare ya) Restoration All allies
Revives allies and restores their HP with a hidden smile.
Skill Waterproof (Japanese: ぼうすい Bōsui)
Reduces Water elemental damage taken by all allies.


"Frogetmenot" is a pun on the flower Forget-me-not with frog.

"Saporientador" is a combination of "Sapo" (Toad) and "Orientador" (Guidance).


Senpoku-kanpoku is based on the youkai of the same name from the Toyama prefecture. This creature appears as a frog with a human-like expression, and will enter the residences of the recently deceased and settle on their straw mats, living there for three weeks until the day of the funeral, upon which they will kindly escort the casket to the graveyard. The locals regard it as a kami and call it "Tentengotto" with respect, and believe that if its name is invoked during hard times, Tentengotto will symbolically snatch them to safety with its fly-catching tongue.

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese センポクカンポク Senpoku-kanpoku Named after the senpoku-kanpoku
Flag of France French Entraînette
Flag of Spain Spanish Saporientador
Flag of Germany German Leitmaulfrosch
Flag of Italy Italian Ricordarana Pun on "ricordare" with "rana"
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