Yo-kai Medallium biography
"Too lazy to get a haircut, but not too lazy to slash enemies with his untidy strands."
Cutta-nah-nah ( is a Japanese: ザンバラ刀 ) Zanbaratō Rank C Wind-attribute Yo-kai of the Brave tribe.
evolves from Cutta-nah starting at level 20.
Cutta-nah-nah largely resembles his pre-evolved form. The most obvious quality that separates the two is that Cutta-nah-nah has five blades coming out of his head. The blade tips are rather rounded in shape.
This shows Cutta-nah-nah's stat on level: 60.
Makes enemies so lazy that it saps their STR.
Rushes into battle and spins around while slicing up his foes.
Body deals damage to all foes who attack it.
Move / Description
All-Out Attack (Unleashes a strong short-range attack.)
Sends back some damage to enemy. (Lv. 10)
How to Befriend
Evolve Cutta-nah. Alternatively, he appears on all floors of the
Construction Site at night (Downtown Springdale).
Evolve Cutta-nah at level 20. He can also be freed from the
Crank-a-kai with a Red Coin in the present.
Befriened: "If you want to be friends, that'd be OK with me."
Loafing: "How annoying."
Being traded: "So you're my next friend? OK then."
Receiving food (favorite): "This is...!"
Receiving food (normal): "It's all right..."
Receiving food (disliked): "You stop that!"
Freed from Crank-a-kai: "Cool. I'm out. So is this one o' them join-my-party type deals?"
"Cutta-nah-nah" is a corruption of katana combined with the colloquial nah.
"Zanbaratō" translates as "disheveled (as in hair) katana".
"Maujor" is a combination of mau (poor, meager) and Major.
"Katananái" is a combination of "Katana" with "Nah" and "Samurái" (Samurai).
"Maujor" may be a combination of maulen (to complain) and Major (military rank).
In other languages
Japanese: ザンバラ刀 Zanbaratō