- This card's TCG name translates to "Surprise Box," with the "Bickuri" in its name derived from the Japanese word, "bikkuri" meaning "surprise".
- This is a reference to how this monster's design is based on a jack-in-the-box, which is known to surprise people after the figure of a jester pops out after turning the crank enough times.
- This monster was treated as a Toon monster in the video game Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses. This is a reference to Maximillion Pegasus from the original Yu-Gi-Oh! manga and anime, who used both this card and a Toon monster Deck. The same applies for "Dark Rabbit", "Parrot Dragon", and "Toon Alligator".
- This card, "Barox", "Flame Swordsman", "Giltia the D. Knight", "Karbonala Warrior", "Labyrinth Tank", and "Zombie Warrior" are the only Normal Monsters whose Monster card types were changed to Fusion Monster upon their release in the OCG/TCG. Notably, these are all monster Summoned in the Duelist Kingdom arc in the original Yu-Gi-Oh! manga and anime.