Harry Barry is a turquoise colored bear with a blank expression. He has small, stubbed eyebrows and red cheecks. His muzzle is white to match the mark on his torse. He wears red boots with dark yellow gloves and a matching colored cloth tied around his head.
He has a dream of becoming a local mascot in Harrisville to promote the village. He is a big fan of the local mascot from Kumamoto, Kumamon. After the quest, Harry Barry becomes silence and dances around a few Yo-kai near the Excellent Tower.
Yo-kai Watch 2
Harry Barry is automatically befriended during the ending of the request "Your Local Mascot".
Yo-kai Watch Busters
Harry Barry can be recruited in "The patrol of Harrisville". He can also be recruited by using a special coin.
Harry Barry is based on the real-life official mascot of Kumamoto prefecture, Kumamon. Coincidentally, the original Kumamon does make an appearance in Yo-kai Watch 2 in a sidequest and the first anime film.
Harry Barry is a corruption of Harrisville Bear similar to how Kemamon is named after Kemamoto.
Harry Barry is based off a Moon Bear due to him having a moon-shaped crest on his chest.
In Yo-kai Watch 2, Harry Barry doesn't talk, instead the announcer says his name, however, he starts talking again after Yo-kai Watch Busters.
Harry Barry's "random" nicknames in Yo-kai Watch 2 are: Barry, H. B., Noggin, and Boots.
Harry Barry, along with Don Chan, are the only Yo-kai to not have a real life medal counterpart. However, the Yo-kai Watch Land app shows a medal entry.