Also Known As:

  • Kame-chan
  • Kameko

Urataros (ウラタロス Uratarosu) is the second Imagin that gives Ryotaro his power, allowing transformation into Den-O Rod Form. The form given to him by Ryotaro is turtle-like in appearance, with his weapon being the Uratarod (ウラタロッド Urataroddo), a rod with hexagonal blades at each end. Furthermore, Urataros was well-aware of Ryotaro being a Singularity Point, making his contract to him on purpose—though he says it is to evade the loneliness of being outside time, Hana later debunks this entirely. When he possesses Ryotaro, he usually states the words, "Hey, will you let me fish you?" (ã�Šå‰�ã€�僕ã�«é‡£ã‚‰ã‚Œã�¦ã�¿ã‚‹ï¼Ÿ Omae, boku ni tsuraretemiru??).He is also aware of the evil Imagin planning to destroy time, but simply does not want to commit it as in spite of his cool exterior, there's indication that he's somewhat of a coward and lies just for self preservation. Urataros is a casanova with a very convincing personality, owning the ability to convince almost anyone by speaking to them, with Ryotaro the only one who trusts him and lets him stay as he sees he has a good heart. Urataros, however, later says that he lies simply for the sake of lying ("One lie is more interesting than a thousand truths"), and seems quite irritated that Ryotaro is "trivializing his lies." While Momotaros gets Ryotaro in trouble through reckless methods, Urataros puts Ryotaro in conflicting situations when he goes around wooing multiple women. Despite these negative traits, along with his occasional fights with Momotaros, Urataros does show genuine concern for Ryotaro's well being the best speaker of the Taros, possessing Ryotaro simply to get information out of someone, or to talk his way out of something. He is also useful in situations that require patience, something Momotaros severely lacks. He usually refers to Momotaros as "Sempai" (先輩 Senpai?) and Kintaros as either "Bear" (クマ Kuma?) or "Kin-chan" (キンã�¡ã‚ƒã‚“ Kin-chan?) respectively. Urataros' physical form based on that of a turtle and fishing rods are a common motif, both of which are aspects of the myth of Urashima TarÅ� (浦島太郎?), a fisherman who caught a turtle that led him to the castle of RyÅ«jin.