Besides your familiar home town of Springdale, you can now take a train to several other locations, each with their own fun sites to discover.
Careful when you change trains—you might end up somewhere entirely different if you take the wrong one!
A new friend might give you candy.
Yo-kai might pick a fight with you.
Take a tour of important places—both old and new—from the YO-KAI WATCH 2 games.
Featured in the first YO-KAI WATCH game, Springdale is home to Nate and friends.
Are you more of a Spirit Doughnuts person or a Soul Doughnuts person? Wait! Don’t answer! THINK about it. This is a really important decision. Wars have been started over issues like this
One of the travel hubs you’ll come across in your adventures, Springdale Central Station links you—by train—to the far reaches of the game world. You’ll find a fully functioning (and kinda complex) train system. You might need to rely on Mom’s directions if you’re ever going to make it all the way to Grandma’s house in Harrisville!
New exhibits recall the Springdale of yesteryear, and new mysteries abound in the museum’s dark corners.
Rise above the city, and take in the glorious views! Think there’ll be any Yo-kai all the way up on the observation deck?
This quiet spot in the woods north of town is where you’ll find the Crank-a-kai, the device that unleashes Yo-kai upon the world! Or, at least, upon your Medallium.
Take care of all your in-game banking needs here. Or maybe just scan some QR Code® patterns to unlock Crank-a-kai coins and other special in-game items.
Stop by the Lambert Post Office to claim a free Crank-a-kai coin via the internet every week (through Sept. 21, 2018). The clerks are very friendly and can also help you exchange passwords for Crank-a-kai coins.
This quiet country burg is the place Grandma calls home. And you’ll quickly discover that it is rich with unusual history.
This time-worn temple is full of secrets. Talk to the Grand Monk to pursue the ancient art of Soulcery.
There’s great fishing near here! And what’s up with that Kappa statue overlooking the falls?
It’s a great place for hiking—and for finding rare and powerful Yo-kai!
A nice, quiet home away from home. It’s a great place to catch up on family history.
What? Country kids go to school too, you know! It may be a bit rustic, but you can learn a thing or two here!
Do you dare enter this mysterious tunnel? No one knows where the exit leads.
This sleepy seaside town has more than a few hidden secrets.
It might look a little rundown, but this little shop near the beach is a good place to find great seafood.
The most important town business is conducted in the meeting hall. Stop by for quick answers to tough issues.
What exactly is going on here? And what is Mister E doing here? He certainly seems to know more than he’s letting on...
The number of strange creatures inhabiting this dank, dark cave is baffling. Just...baffling. And what’s with the underwater paths?
Where Yo-kai go to play, Gera Gera Resort is packed with attractions…but it’s not without its troubles. All manner of Yo-kai mischief plagues the resort, starting with a missing brake handle on the Hexpress, the train that navigates to and around the resort. Once that brake problem is solved, you can explore the park’s main areas, including:
The amusement park heart of Gera Gera Resort, Gera Gera Land has all the rides and attractions a Yo-kai could want…if a Yo-kai would want broken rides and attractions. It seems that the power is out and nothing is running. Can’t someone flip a switch or something? There are treasure chests to find and Yo-kai to battle—let’s get things moving!
Ahhhh, the hot springs. So relaxing. So soothing. If only they were open. Turns out the baths aren’t even filled, and the bath passes are missing. What’s with this place? For a vacation destination, there sure is a lot of work involved.
Hungry? The Wolfit Down restaurant is a fine place to eat, a real four-star establishment if you don’t mind sneaking past patrolling Gargaros chefs and battling feisty Yo-kai. Fortunately, there are treasure chests with valuable items hidden in the eatery to make it worth the trouble of visiting.
The Kabuking puts on a great show, but he’s going to need a little help for the next performance. There’s a stage to set up and actors to motivate and… Say, how would you like a starring role in the production? Oh! And here’s a helpful hint for tourists: There are doorways to the basement of the Kaibuki Theater in each of the other three areas of the resort. Find all of the doorways for quick travel throughout the park.
Hop onboard this spooky train that only appears at night (so no one sees it) and travel to the new Gera Gera Resort! Beware, though—you might meet a very scary Yo-kai at the end of your trip!
Each town offers a variety of fun activities, from bug catching and fishing to pole climbing and bike races! Taking part in these side events is a great way to earn items or in-game money.