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.
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.
Yo-kai Watch 3
This shows Cutta-nah-nah's stat on level: 60.
Japanese: だらだらさせる ) Daradara sa seru
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)
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