Dazzabel loves wearing anything gaudy. If she Inspirits you, you'll start liking that style too!
Dazzabel is obsessed with fashion. She becomes sad when she thinks she's no longer fashionable.
Japanese Name : Sharekofujin
English Name : Dazzabel
Represent: xxx Yo-kai
Medallium Number : 084
Class : Charming (Purichi)
Rank : E
Element / Attribute : Fire
Favorite Food : Hamburgers
Role : Healer
Time : Present Youkai
Skill : Unbreakable Heart
Special Effect :
Fusion: Dazzabel + Cupistol = Rattelle
Yo-kai Medallium Bio: Dazzabel loves wearing anything gaudy. If she Inspirits you, you'll start liking that style too!
Dazzabel is a female yo-kai that is most likely a skeleton. She has a skull for a head with a crack on top. She wears red lipstick and blush where her cheeks would be. She dresses in a red dress with black, vertical stripes with a matching bow behind her head. She has a fluffy pink colored boa and black gloves. She has a ghostly tail instead of legs and carries around a pink umbrella.
- In the opening song of the first few episodes, Dazzabel makes a cameo appearance. Dazzabel is floating around a young girl with some other people who were possessed by other Yo-kai. It is likely that she possessed this girl, since the girl is dressed in a gothic lolita outfit which stands out from the rest.
- "Dazzabel" comes from a combination of dazzle and the Jezebel, a biblical character whose name came to be associated with promiscuous women.
- "Sharekofujin" is a contraction of sharekoube (skull) and fujin (lady). It might also be a pun with oshare fujin (fashionable lady).
- Dazzabel and her evolution Rattelle might be based on the hone-onna, a female youkai with a skeletal appearance. She pretends a mysterious beauty to lure men into her arms, then reveals her ghastly visage and drains their lifeforce until they're reduced to skeletons themselves. Dazzabel's fashion might also refer to La Calavera Catrina ("The Dapper Skeleton"), an etching of a skeleton wearing a noblewoman's hat produced by Mexican artist Josè Guadalupe Posada, an image that became one of the symbols of the Dia de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead as it's celebrated in Mexico).