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Main appearance(s)

Noko is an Anouki in Spirit Tracks. He lives in Anouki Village in the Snow Realm, with his house being located in the south portion of the village.



When Link visits the village, he is tasked by the Anouki chief to pair up all of the Anoukis in order to put together a village watch for all the monsters that have begun to appear after the Spirit Tracks vanished. Since all Anoukis have strict requirements as to who they will pair up with, the young hero must talk to all of them and find out their preferences.[2] Noko comments to Link he dislikes Anouki who wear yellow clothes.[3] Due to his preferences, Link ends pairing him up with an old Anouki dressed in blue named Kofu.

Noko also works at the village's spring, creating Mega Ice, an ice so cold it can freeze lava. As an Ice ChuChu fell into the pool used to create Mega Ice, Link must bring Noko to the Wellspring Station, another area where Mega Ice can be made.


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JapanJapaneseツノナシ (Tsunonashi)[4]
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  1. "So it seems Noko doesn't like Anoukis who wear yellow. Put another way, he loves bananas... Oh, wait, that's all wrong. What I meant to say is that he'd pair well with someone wearing blue, or Honcho." — N/A (Spirit Tracks)
  2. "Ya gotta arrange the six villagers, includin' yours truly, into three pairs. I'm happy pairin' up with any old Anouki, but some villagers are more picky. Talk to the villagers, take note of their preferences, and find good pairs!" — Honcho (Spirit Tracks)
  3. "My partner needs to move freely in the field, so flashy horns are a major no-no!" — Yefu (Spirit Tracks)
  4. Encyclopedia (TOKYOPOP) pg. 286 (ST)