Mirapo resembles a mirror with a dark purple frame with skinny arms and diminutive legs. It has a set of circular eyes and an oval mouth with a slim tongue protruding from it. The space reflected by the mirror is black.
Mirapo are somewhat lazy, as they are seen sleeping when first confronted. However, when awake, they are polite and very obedient when asked to be warped to a place.
In the InaUsa's Mysterious Detective Agency series, Mirapo is shown to be a bit meek, never raising his voice at others and having trouble speaking for himself. However, he takes his pride as a mirror very seriously, causing him to snap at Hailey when she suggested glass doors as a replacement for his stolen mirror part.
In the games, Mirapo can be used as a teleportation system all around Springdale, but one must first find a Mirapo in the overworld and "wake" them up first in order to access that area. In the games in which Don Chan appears, Mirapo helps Don Chan kidnap people and then takes them to the festival.
Mirapo is automatically befriended during the story chapter "Eddie's Search" after the defeat of Phantasmurai.
Mirapo also appears in trees in Breezy Hills during the day.
Yo-kai Watch 2
Mirapo is automatically befriended at Full Face Rock during the main storyline.
Yo-kai Watch 3
Mirapo can be found in flower beds at Excellent Tower, and under porches in Harrisville.
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In the post-game of Yo-kai Watch 3, a Request can be completed that grants the player the Pocket Mirapo, an item that allows Mirapo to be used at any time by pressing left on the D-Pad. Pocket Mirapo can be used anywhere except inside dungeons.
His English name, "Mirapo", is a combination of a corruption of mirror and portal.
His Spanish name, "Telespejo", is a Portmanteau of Teletransporte (Teleport) and Espejo (Mirror).
Mirapo is based on the ungaikyō (Japanese: 雲外鏡, "mirror beyond the clouds"), a tsukumogami (common item youkai) born from a polished bronze mirror. It only comes to life when its owner is asleep, and for that reason it's dangerous to leave it facing the bed.
In the Yo-kai Watch video game, one of the Mirapo warps takes the player "back in time to the summer festival" which implied that Mirapo can teleport people back in time. This counts as a consistency error as Miradox, a Yo-kai that takes people to different time periods makes an appearance in Yo-kai Watch 2.
Mirapo's "random" nicknames in Yo-kai Watch 2 are: Miraport, Maria, Reflecta, and Nowyou.