Teastroyer (Japanese: ぶんぶく茶ヶ丸 Bunbuku Chagamaru) is a Boss Yo-kai introduced in Yo-kai Watch 2: Psychic Specters.

In Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble, Teastroyer is a Rank SS Yo-kai of the Heartful tribe.



Teastroyer is a red tanuki with a similar color scheme to Jibanyan. He wears a tea kettle with a huge bell strapped to it. He also wears a leaf on his head. Teastroyer has three tails with light blue flames. He mostly sticks out his tongue. He has black rings around his eyes.

When posing as Jibanyan, Teastroyer's dark circles are visible as well as his tails. He tends to still stick his tongue out even as a cat.

Teastroyer is able to shapeshift into anything in general as well as objects in the background that show his features such as the following: the television showing his tail, the dresser having his torso pattern, the lamp taking shape of his giant bell, the portrait of the kitsune changing into a tanuki, the giant vase or the statue above the television having a tail, and the little round tea kettle having a leaf on top.


Yo-kai Watch 2


Teastoyer's distinct expression as Jibanyan

When doing the sidequest, he poses as Jibanyan with his distinctive dark circles around his eyes and his dog-like tails. He then tries to make Nate/Katie buy bread for him, believing He's the real Jibanyan. Ironically Nate/Katie still can't tell the difference despite Jibanyan literally pointing Teastroyer's distinct features. After a short scene with Komasan and Jibanyan, his real identity is revealed. He is the only one capable of fusing Jibanyan and Komasan to create Jibakoma. His base level is 65.

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Teastroyer is a portmantaue of Tea and Destroyer.


This Yo-kai is based on the Tanuki (Japanese: Tanuki), a notorious shapeshifter who often transforms to cause mischief onto humans, though Bunbuku Chagamaru is more specifically based on the Bunbuku Chagama fairy tale, in which a tanuki is rescued from a trap by a poor man, and uses his shapeshifting powers to turn into a cast-iron tea kettle (Japanese: 茶釜 Chagama) to repay him for his kindness.

The giant golden bell he wears, on the other hand, is a representation of one of the tanuki's signature traits, their over-sized testicles (Japanese: 金玉 kintama, lit, "Golden ball'), which they sometimes use like drums or even shapeshift into various things. Their testicles are part of their 8 lucky traits, with the other seven being: a kasa hat; a promissory note; a sake gourd; a big fluffy tail; big round eyes; a round belly; and a winsome smile

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese ぶんぶく茶ヶ丸 Bunbuku Chagamaru
Flag of France French Thénuki
Flag of Germany German Mischmarder
Flag of Italy Italian Infuzo
Spanish: Testructor
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