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Tomorrow Gal (Japanese: あしたガール Ashitagāru) is a Rank D, 'Merican Yo-kai of the Heartful tribe.

Appearances

Biology

A darkened, pale pink Yo-kai with big blue eyes, messy yellow hair pulled up into pigtails and is shown making a winking expression. Her outfit is a white and blue split top with two dark raspberry stripes on the left side to match her bracelets, while her skirt is solid white with blue coloring in the pleats, similar to a cheerleader's uniform. On her hands, she has green pom-poms.

Tomorrow Gal is very upbeat and loves to cheer someone. She can also charm male Yo-kai.

Tomorrow Gal has the ability to make somebody cheer on another person or cheer them up to win the next day instead of today but only when they fail. Before the game or challenge, she is just annoying because of her ability only to cheer for tomorrow instead of today.

Profile

Yo-kai Watch 3

Tomorrow Gal can be found under cars and fire hydrants in Southmond. She can also be found at the Scrapyard.

Alternatively, she can be freed from the Dream Wheel using a Flower Excitement Coin.

Ashitagirl

Tomorrow Gal in the anime

Yo-kai Watch animation series

Tomorrow Gal debuted in EP139, where she was inspiriting Katie on the school soccer field. Having Katie to cheer for her friends to win tomorrow when there still in the middle of the game. Nate summoned K'mon-K'mon to deal with her, but instead inspirited the soccer coach and the soccer game began. After K'mon-K'mon was outsmarted by Tomorrow Gal, Nate felt downhearted and defeated. Later that night, Nate's dad cheered him up with the help of Tomorrow Gal.

In EP166, Nate summoned Tomorrow Gal to help Goofball.

Game data

Evolution

Fusion

Stats

Movelist

Etymology

  • Ashitagirl translates as tomorrow girl, referencing her ability to cheer someone on until tomorrow.
  • Tomorrow Gal is a straightforward translation of the Japanese name, replacing the word "girl" with the synonym "gal."
  • Espe comes from "Esperanza" (Hope).

Trivia

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese あしたガール
Ashitagāru
Tomorrow Girl
Flag of Spain Spanish Espe
Flag of Italy Italian Doman
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