Yuramon is a Seed Digimon. Its whole body is covered in a substance with the appearance of long, soft hair. When it hatches from its Digi-Egg, it seeks an environment suitable for its growth, and drifts lightly through the air, like a dandelion seed. If it finds a place where there will be no intruders and where the environment is good, it will settle to the ground and begin preparations for Digivolution. Its offensive ability is practically nil.[4]


  • Bubble Blow[5] (粘着性の泡 Nenchakusei no Awa?, lit. "Adhesive Bubbles"): Spits out adhesive bubbles to hinder the opponent's movement, then seizes the opportunity to escape.



Yuramon (ユラモン)

Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in the franchise.

  • (Ja:) Yurayura (ゆらゆら?), the onomatopoeia for swaying.


Digimon Adventure[]

Main article: Yuramon (Adventure)

Several Yuramon are seen in Primary Village. Digibaby Boom

Digimon Adventure 02[]

A Yuramon tries to attack Ken Ichijouji when he comes to Primary Village, as retribution for his deeds as the Emperor.

Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna[]

In August 2010, two Yuramon's partner's had their minds seized and interred within the Never World by Eosmon so that they can live within their memories with Yuramon. After Agumon (Bond of Bravery) and Gabumon (Bond of Friendship) destroy the combined Eosmon's Mega form, they are freed and regain consciousness in the Real World. One of them happily reunites with its partner in the hospital.


Main article: Yuramon (Adventure:)

Digimon Liberator[]

A Yuramon and its Tamer are hanging out in City Center Jewel when Shoto Kazama and Arisa Kinosaki go to to report their encounter with Frozen Knight to the GMs. Shrinking Violet (Part 1)

Digimon World[]

Yuramon is found in File City and tells Mameo about File Island. It digivolves to Tanemon. If the waste gauge hits maximum, it will digivolve to Sukamon.

Digimon World Re:Digitize[]

Yuramon digivolves to Budmon. If the waste gauge hits maximum, it will digivolve to Sukamon.

Digimon World Re:Digitize: Decode[]

Yuramon digivolves to Budmon. If the waste gauge hits maximum, it will digivolve to Sukamon.

Digimon World: Next Order[]

Zerimon is a Neutral Free type, Training I level Digimon. It can digivolve into Tanemon.

Digimon World Championship[]

Yuramon digivolves to DemiMeramon (20 Machine AP), Koromon (20 Dragon AP) or Tanemon pass time.

Digimon Battle[]

Yuramon can be found and captured in Admin Bureau West and South, where it is a level 2 enemy. Yuramon's unique drop is Yuramon's Seed, fifteen of which are needed to create a Crest of Hope. It has a stat build of 2-2-2-2 as a captured Digimon and a stat build of 3-2-2-3 as an enemy Digimon. Yuramon's Skill 1 is Adhesive Bubbles, which is a distant single target skill. Yuramon digivolves to Palmon at level 11.

Digimon Soul Chaser[]

Yuramon digivolves to Tanemon or Floramon.

Digimon ReArise[]

Yuramon digivolves to Tanemon.

Digimon New Century[]

Yuramon digivolves to Tanemon and Budmon.

Digimon Survive[]

Multiple Yuramon are some of the weak Kemonogami that Jijimon protects in the amusement park. It becomes good friends with Miu Shinonome after she pretends to be the amusement park's Queen for a while.

When Master, who was mind controlling Miyuki Minase, had the Kenzoku attack the amusement park, the Yuramon hide with Jijimon in the barricaded throne room.

This happens in the moral, harmonious and wrathful routes.

Takuma Momozuka and his friends are able to save most of the residents, though Jijimon (moral), Miu (harmonious) or Saki Kimishima (wrathful) dies during the battle. The group then move into the school, as the amusement park was no longer safe to live in.

Agumon (harmonious) or Agumon and the others (moral and wrathful) later try to cheer up a tearful Yuramon, who was crying after learning of Jijimon/Miu/Saki's death. Agumon/they were unable to stop it, and the other Kemonogami, from crying.

This happens in the truthful route.

The Kenzoku attack the barrier, with Miu remembering about the trap door that leads to the prison. She opens it, and Jijimon and the others go into it to flee. Master winds up leaving having been unable to kill the children, with the park being saved as a result. The children leave to go and find the Four Sovereign Monsters, with the Yuramon crying as they couldn't play with her any more.

Notes and References[]

  1. 2000 Bandai D-Terminal English toy
  2. Digimon Adventure, "The Ultimate Clash" [45]
  3. BT4-004: Budmon
  4. Digimon Reference Book: Yuramon
  5. This attack is named "Adhesive Bubbles" in Digimon Battle.