Tsunomaki Watame

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Tsunomaki Watame

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"Konban dododo!"
Japanese Name角巻わため
English NameTsunomaki Watame
Chinese Name角卷绵芽
Debut DateDecember 29, 2019
Live2D ModelingMain & New Year: けっふぃ[1][2]
3D Modeling由治[3]
Member ofHololive 4th Gen
Fan NameWata-mate (わためいと)
Emoji /
Oshi Mark
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Official Media
YouTubeWatame Ch. 角巻わため
Websitehololive.tv (English)
hololive.tv (Japanese)
BirthdayJune 06
Age4 years old
Stream Talk#ドドドライブ
Video Clips#わたわた動画
Watame no Uta#わためのうた
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Introduction Video
Official Bio
Streaming Info
Other Media
External links

Introduction Video

Official Bio

English: "A sheep bard that goes around everywhere. She loves singing and is fluffy! YES! FLUFFY!
Being a herbivore, she loves potato chips."


Tsunomaki Watame (角巻わため), born on June 6th, is the 4 years old (in sheep years) resident sheep of Hololive 4th Generation. The fluffiest addition to Hololive yet, Watame is one of the kindest and most emotional members among the 4th Generation, if not among all of Hololive. Watame debuted on December 29, 2019[4]. She is the third to debut for the 4th Generation of Hololive. Watame loves puns and wordplay, thus the puns for the names of her fans and members.

Watame's uploads are heavily music oriented. She has two main programs, "Watame no Uta", and "Watame Night Fever."

In addition to her music based content, Watame is also a gamer. While she is not as hardcore as other members of Hololive like Minato Aqua, she enjoys a playing a wide variety of video games in different genres. This includes but is not limited to ARK, Apex, Minecraft, Splatoon, and Mario Kart. Watame is flexible in terms of the types of games she plays, which allows her to participate in many multiplayer game collabs with her fellow Hololive members.

Watame is well known for the catchphrase "Watame wa warukunai yo ne (わためはわるくないよね)" which roughly translates to "Watame did nothing wrong." The phrase started in an "apology" video (due to her previous stream having connection issues)[5] and has stuck around ever since.

Her representative emote is a ram, which should not be confused with the sheep emote. It was chosen due to the ram emote having horns compared to the sheep emote which has none.[6]


Watame possesses a gentle disposition, and often uses calm and polite language when speaking. She is also known among her peers as being quite warm and friendly. During her debut, she showed a shy attitude at times whenever she wasn't singing.

As Watame is a sheep, she also speaks their language. During her livestreams, one can often find some phrases replaced with bleats. It is not just restricted to spoken dialogue, as her streams may often have imprinted "ネタバレめぇめぇ!" (netabare mee mee!), which is highly-assumed to mean "No spoilers!" in the language of the sheep.

During gaming streams, she rarely shows frustration no matter the situation. Often, she will play very sweet and cute games, such as "Hansel and Gretel" or "Final Fantasy IX." She will also occasionally dabble in horror games that have been recently played by other members. Moderately weak to the genre, and quite weak to jumpscares, Watame would often shriek at the slightest movements on her screen. In most, if not all of her gameplay streams, whenever she is stuck on a section, she will gracefully accept the assistance of her viewers.

Additionally, Watame is known for being exceptionally emotional. Should an emotional scene in a game appear, such as a death, or the marriage of a character, she is known to start crying—often needing to take a moment to regain her composure before continuing. This is not exclusive to gaming streams, as she cried quite a number of times during her birthday weekend streams. Because of the sound of her sniffling, fans, especially those from the West, often relate that to the sound of slurping ramen. Due to this, during moments where Watame is crying, chat will often type in comments like "time for ramen."

For uploaded content, particularly "Watame no Uta" (Watame's Song Corner), Watame will show various expressions during her songs such as: happy, concerned, and serious. It may be the only way to see her serious face as she only uses it when singing certain styles of music.

Although relatively new to creating ASMR, Watame will often get fans enamored with how soft her voice is.

Watame Music Programs

Watame is heavily music-oriented, and so music serves as one of her primary forms of content. She has two regular music "programs," "Watame no Uta" (わためのうた) or "WataUta" for short translated to "Watame's Song Corner". Her other program is called "Watame Night Fever". "WataUta" is an early morning program that is short covers of multiple songs that Watame does. They serve as an opening show to Kiryu Coco's AsaCoco [link and page needed]. Every song performed by Watame is something she puts her passion into, often doing multiple retakes for her morning WataUta due to occasionally being unsatisfied with the result [citation needed]. Her other program, "Watame Night Fever", is a 2 hour long karaoke stream that she does every weekend. Aside from her two regular singing program, Watame also uploads a number of song covers on her channel.



  • Nov. 29 Twitter account creation date.
  • Dec. 04 YouTube channel creation date.
  • Dec. 27 Achieved a 10,000 YouTube subscriber milestone before debuting.
  • Dec. 29 YouTube debut and first video upload.


  • Jan. 08 Achieved a 50,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[7]
  • Feb. 12 Achieved a 100,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[8]
  • Mar. 08 Membership feature opened.[9]
  • Mar. 24 Achieved a 150,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[10]
  • Apr. 30 Achieved a 200,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[11]
  • June 06 Achieved a 250,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[12]
  • July 11 Achieved a 300,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[13]
  • July 12 3D model debut.[14]
  • Aug. 21 Achieved a 400,000 YouTube subscriber milestone on a Karaoke stream. [15]
  • Oct. 25 Achieved a 500,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.
  • Dec. 06 Achieved a 600,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.


  • Jan. 01 Disclosed New Years outfit.[16]
  • Jan. 17 Achieved a 700,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[17]
  • Feb. 15 Disclosed Idol outfit.[18]
  • Mar. 12 Achieved an 800,000 YouTube subscriber milestone during a karaoke stream.[19]

Streaming Information


Watame's fans are affectionately referred to as "Wata-mates" (わためいと), a portmanteau of "Watame" and "Mates". Her YouTube members are referred to as "Member Sheep".

Streamer Side
Scene Lines Romaji Meaning / Notes
Greetings こんばんドドドー Konbandododooo
Farewell おつのまき~ Otsunomaki ~
Viewer Side
Scene Lines Romaji Meaning / Notes
Farewell おつのまき~ Otsunomaki ~
YouTube Membership Perks
Badges and Emoji Perk Levels
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Member sheep
  • Members-only live stream


Watame is part of multiple collab groups and pairings, with the most notable being the PPTrio with fellow 4th Generation members Kiryu Coco, and Amane Kanata. She is also in the Bakatare group with GAMERS member Shirakami Fubuki, and 3rd Generation Shiranui Flare. She has been paired together with Akai Haato after their antics in Minecraft.

Other Media


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Image Gallery


Original Songs

The following are original songs by Watame.

愛昧ショコラーテ (ai-mai chocolate)

ホロライブ言えるかな? (hololive ieru ka na?)

曇天羊 (Cloudy Sheep)

Watame-lon head rap 🍉 (long ver.)

Watame drum #1

わためラップ Loud ver.

Watame drum #2


曇天羊/角巻わため feat.Calliope Mori


The following are a list of albums Watame has made or participated in.

Collab Albums
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Release Date October 24, 2020
Track List
  1. Enomiya Milk ― 『スターラブレイション』
  2. Suzuka Utako ― 『気分上々↑↑』
  3. Suou Patra ― 『ね~え?』
  4. Souya Ichika ― 『GLAMOROUS SKY』
  5. Tsunomaki Watame ― 『恋のつぼみ』
  6. Suzuhara Lulu ― 『そばかす』
  7. Natsuiro Matsuri ― 『風吹けば恋』
  8. Inuyama Tamaki ― 『I WISH』
  9. Enomiya Milk & Suzuka Utako ― 『じょいふる』
  10. Suou Patra & Suzuhara Lulu ― 『もってけ!セーラーふく』
  11. Inuyama Tamaki & Natsuiro Matsuri ― 『365日の紙飛行機』
  12. Souya Ichika & Tsunomaki Watame ― 『走れ!』
  13. [Bonus Track] IMAGINATION vol.3 All Participant ― 『大声ダイヤモンド』
External links
Digital Release • Official Website

Cover Songs

Solo Covers
メランコリック (Melancholic)
Instrumental じゃんパイセン Illustration 篠月しのぶ
Mixing じゃんパイセン Video Editing カラサワ
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube
バブルラブ (Bubble Love)
Instrumental N/A Illustration ある
Mixing じゃんパイセン Video Editing ある
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube
恋愛サーキュレーション (Renai Circulation)
Instrumental Medansy Illustration N/A
Mixing Meis Clauson Video Editing よし, tsunekun (Motion)
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube
Instrumental Medansy Illustration 詰め木
Mixing Meis Clauson Video Editing 神稲たーむ
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube
Collab Covers
おちゃめ機能 (Ochame Kinou)
Sang by Hololive 0th Generation, AZKi, Yozora Mel, Natsuiro Matsuri, Aki Rosenthal, Hololive 2nd Generation, Ookami Mio, Nekomata Okayu, Hololive Fantasy, Hololive 4th Generation (besides Coco)
Mixing キジバト Video Editing N/A
Original Link/s NicoNico NicoNico
chocolate box
Sang by Amane Kanata, Tsunomaki Watame
Instrumental N/A Illustration noka
Mixing Meis Clauson Video Editing 神稲 たーむ
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube
朝までハロウィン (Asa made Halloween)
Sang by Shirakami Fubuki, Shiranui Flare, Tsunomaki Watame
Instrumental N/A Illustration げぜるん
Mixing Hamu (ハム / ハム) Video Editing 近所のにーちゃん
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube
黒い羊 (Kuroi Hitsuji)
Sang by AZKi, Tsunomaki Watame
Instrumental N/A Illustration ノノル
Mixing 松田 貴嗣 Video Editing SUZU (USAGI Production)
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube (Japan), YouTube YouTube (Worldwide)


  1. (Dec. 29, 2019). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1211245574076301312
  2. (Jan. 1, 2021). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/events/827024198610530305
  3. (July 12, 2020). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1282269416193843201
  4. (Dec. 29, 2020) retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJyfFh9BGwI&t
  5. (Jan. 2, 2020). Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6IwhTuKSRk
  6. (Dec. 29, 2019). Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJyfFh9BGwI&feature=youtu.be&t=1227
  7. (Jan. 8, 2020). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1214581790184067072
  8. (Feb. 12, 2020). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1227524850819850240
  9. (Mar. 8, 2020) Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmhysJYwEHo
  10. (Mar. 24, 2020) Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1242232603375071232
  11. (Apr. 30, 2020). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1255870441840758785
  12. (June 6, 2020) Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1269308568638853120
  13. (July 11, 2020) Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1281853627582144513
  14. (July 12, 2020) Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25wGzLctaj0
  15. (Aug. 21, 2020) Retrieved from https://youtu.be/LlD9syu8GQA?t=383
  16. (Jan. 01, 2021) Retrieved from https://youtu.be/QJoXqGB4Vsk?t=1332
  17. (Jan. 17, 2021) Retrieved form https://www.reddit.com/r/Hololive/comments/kz1vn8/tsunomaki_watame_700000_subscribers/
  18. (Feb. 15, 2021). Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmATu5Q6_30
  19. (Mar. 12, 2021) Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYnk9EnrnOE

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