Kyryn (Japanese: 麒麟 Kirin) is a Rank S Restoration-attribute Classic Yo-kai of the Heartful tribe.


Kyryn is a cross between a horse and a blue dragon. His mane and tail are cloud-like flames, and similar flames drift around his hooves. He has two red whiskers and red scales on his underside. He has two, stick like horns.


Yo-kai Watch 2

Divine Paradise: Floors 3-4

Harrisville: Infinite Tunnel: 8,000-9,000 meters

Game data


Kirin YW7-027
Stats Calculation
This shows Kyryn's stat on level: 99.


Type Name Power Attribute Range
Attack Chomp (Japanese: くらいつく Kuraitsuku) 45-99 Single enemy
No description.
Technique Paradise (Japanese: 極楽の術 Gokuraku no Jutsu) 80-120 Restoration Single ally
No description.
Inspirit Holy Beast Aura (Japanese: 聖獣のオーラ Seijū no Aura) Single ally
The Inspirited Yo-kai is wrapped in a holy beast's aura, steadily recovering HP.
Soultimate Move Kyryn's Kry (Japanese: 天下泰平の響き Tenka Taihei no Hibiki) Restoration All allies
Fully restores all allies' HP with a divine cry towards the sky.
Skill Super Recovery (Japanese: 超回復 Chō-kaifuku)
Greatly restores allies' HP when in real trouble.

Busters Stats

YW 2:


Stat Number/rank
Hp 515
Strength C
Spirit S
Speed S
Button Move/description
A Attack (hits nearby enemy)
X Circular Healing (Heals an ally. If charged, heals allies around the healer)

Kon (Soul)

YW 2:

Kyryn's soul-Hp will steadily be healed to the Yo-kai right next to the Yo-kai that has this.


  • Loafing: "Ittankyuukei! (I'll rest for a moment!)"


His English name, "Kyryn", is a corruption of kirin.


Kyryn is based on the legendary Chinese beast Qilin, pronounced kirin in Japanese. The Qilin appears as a hooved animal with an Eastern dragon's head and mane, covered in brilliant scales and with antlers on its head (or a single horn in some depictions). Its body glitters like a gem, surrounded by a fiery aura, and its voice sounds like wind blowing through chimes. Regarded as the king of all beasts, its mere presence is an omen of great fortune, and it is said to only appear during times of peace, in countries governed by a kind-hearted ruler. According to Buddhists, the Qilin will never eat the flesh of another animal, and will only walk on clouds and water, refusing to tread on a single insect or blade of grass in its infinite kindness. It will, however, show no mercy to the wicked.

Due to Ming era court officials mistaking a gift giraffe for a Qilin, "kirin" eventually became the Japanese word for "giraffe".


In other languages

  • Italian: Kirin
  • German: Kyryn
  • Chinese: 麒麟