- Yo-kai Watch: Befriendable Yo-kai.
- Yo-kai Watch 2: Befriendable Yo-kai.
- Yo-kai Watch 3: Befriendable Yo-kai.
- Yo-kai Watch Blasters: Befriendable Yo-kai.
- Yo-kai Watch Busters 2: Befriendable Yo-kai.
- Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble: Playable Yo-kai.
- Yo-kai Watch: Medal Wars: Playable Yo-kai.
Sushiyama is a short humanoid Yo-kai with blue-greyish skin whose face sports a warrior-like makeover. He wears a blue set of traditional Japanese robes and carries a wooden bō staff.
Sushiyama's inspirit causes people to fully embrace Japanese culture and lifestyle, to the point of replacing modern Japanese architecture with a traditional-styled counterpart.
Sushiyama also appears in the 5th and 6th Circles of the Infinite Inferno.
Sushiyama can be freed from the Crank-a-kai with a Five-Star Coin.
Sushiyama can be found under cars in Harrisville.
Sushiyama can also be found on the 3rd floor of Nocturne Hospital.
Yo-kai Watch 3
Shushiyama can be found in the Lonely Waterway.
He can also be found in Springdale Elementary at night.
Main series games data
Yo-kai Watch 2
Yo-kai Watch 3
| Tolerance of attribute attack|
Strong × ⇒ △ ⇒ - ⇒ ○ ⇒ ◎ weak
Yo-kai Watch Blasters
Yo-kai Watch Busters 2
Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble
Yo-kai Watch: Ukiukupedia
- Befriended: "Your strength inspires reverence! I request to serve as your retainer!"
- Loafing: "Whew!"
- Being traded: "I will serve you well, master. I am honored to know you."
- Receiving food (favorite): "Man! So oishii!"
- Receiving food (normal): "Arigato...I guess."
- Receiving food (disliked): "What was THAT?"
- Freed from Crank-a-kai: "Ah... So you are the one who released me. Domo arigato!"
In the anime
Sushiyama is first summoned as part of Nathaniel's team in the 1st movie.
Sushiyama made his official anime debut in EP213.
- "Sushiyama" is a combination of sushi and Fujiyama (misnomer of Fuji-san, or Mt. Fuji), two words stereotypically associated with Japan.
- "Yamato" could refer to Yamato-damashii.
Besides his obsession with Yamato-damashii (the spirit of Japanese values and ardor of a warrior), Sushiyama bears a resemblance to traditional depictions of the abura-sumashi (see Ooze Zat#Origin).
- This is the last Yo-kai to be introduced in Original Anime Series.
In other languages