Unikirin イッカク, Ikkaku
Unikirin has no favorite food.
Stats of Unikirin is unknown.
Yo-kai Medallium biography
"A legendary creature with a horn that countless figures through history have tried to steal."
Unikirin ( is a : Japanese イッカク ) Ikkaku Rank S Restoration-attribute Rare Classic Yo-kai of the Heartful tribe.
Unikirin is mostly covered with black, blue, and yellow. He has a horn on his head just as a unicorn would. He stands on a blue cloud, or something resembling a cloud. He has two small blue wisps on both front legs and a blue tail resembling a cloud just like what he's standing on. He also has blue hair.
Abilities and Powers
This shows Unikirin's stat on level: 99.
Attack Chomp (
: Japanese くらいつく ) Kuraitsuku 45-99
Technique Paradise (
: Japanese 極楽の術 ) Gokuraku no Jutsu 80-120
Inspirit Healing Horn (
: Japanese 角の力 ) Tsuno no Chikara
The Inspirited Yo-kai regains HP, courtesy of a healing horn.
Soultimate Move Horn of Plenty (
: Japanese 一本イットク？ ) Ippon Ittoku?
A holy horn is blown towards heaven, fully restoring allies' HP.
Skill Second Wind (
: Japanese 超回復 ) Chō-kaifuku
Restores a chunk of HP to allies in need.
Attack (hits a nearby enemy)
Paradise (Heals an ally with so much Hp. Takes a long time to be able to use again)
Unikirin's Soul- Hp will steadily be healed to the yo-kai right next to the yo-kai that has this.
How to befriend
Unikirin can be freed from the Crank-a-kai in the past with a Green Coin, Five-Star Coin, Special Coin or Doki Doki Coin.
It can also appear in the Infinite Tunnel.
Unikirin can be befriended if you are among the top 5 during a Scramble Battle round, or can be freed from the Crank-a-kai with a Scramble Battle Coin.
Receiving food (normal): "Thanks, I guess."
Befriended: "Touche! Well struck! I'll be your friend!"
Befriended (Unknown source): "You've done me in in one blow! Let's become friends!"
Loafing: "Break time!"
Freed from Crank-a-kai: "My horn...is yours. Guard it well."
Unikirin shares the same origin with
Qilin. Specifically, it is based on the single-horned qilin that are more common in Japanese portrayals.
Unikirin combines unicorn and kyryn.
In other languages