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RabbitSpeciesIconSilhouette.png Bonbon rbt17
Bonbon NH Transparent.png
Species Personality Gender
Rabbit Emotion Encouraging NH Icon cropped.png Peppy Female
Birthday March 3rd Pisces
Quote "Hindsight is always 20/20."
Catchphrase "deelish"
Clothing Chocomint Tee[nb 1]
Sleeveless Tunic (Mint)[nb 2]
Main appearances
Other appearances
Name in other languages

Japanese ミミィ
Korean 미미
Italian Lolly
German Henrike

Simplified Chinese 妙妙
French Sylvette
Spanish Chocolat
Dutch Bonbon

Traditional Chinese 妙妙
Quebec French Sylvette
Latin American Spanish Chocolat
Russian Бонбон

Phrase in other languages

Japanese ヤバッ
Korean 어뜨케
Italian hurrah
German hüppi

Simplified Chinese 不妙
French nananère
Spanish oh lalá
Dutch heer-lijk

Traditional Chinese 不妙
Quebec French nananère
Latin American Spanish oh lalá
Russian вкусняшка

Bonbon is a peppy rabbit villager in the Animal Crossing series who first appears in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Her may name come from the small, round, chocolate confection of the same name.

In New Horizons, Bonbon has the play hobby and can run around with their arms extended at any time, rather than only outside Resident Services during a scripted activity with a group of villagers.



Bonbon in New Leaf.

Bonbon is a brown rabbit with blonde bangs. Her paws are light pink, but her feet are dark brown, which makes it appear that she is wearing shoes. She has pink eyeshadow and pink blush. Her makeup can make her look like a snooty villager. She has a yellow nose.


Below is a brief description of the peppy personality. For more information, click here.

Bonbon is a peppy villager, meaning she will appear quite stubborn and forgetful, usually forgetting any small arguments she may have had with other villagers and the player, she will also appear very hyper. As a peppy villager, she will have an interest in sugary snacks and reading Ms. Nintendique magazine - a magazine read by both peppy and snooty villagers. She, like other peppy villagers, may claim to have appeared in the magazine.

Villager information[edit]

In New Leaf[edit]

Bonbon's picture in Animal Crossing: New Leaf Hindsight is always 20/20.
Siblings Youngest of two
Skill Competitive eating
Goal Swimmer
Fear Monster Mask
Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Cute
Smallxmark.png Historical
Color White
Type Mocha
Milk The regular amount
Sugar Two spoonfuls

In New Horizons[edit]

Hindsight is always 20/20.


Birthday Personality Catchphrase
March 3 Pisces Peppy (A) deelish
Default Clothing Sleeveless Tunic (Mint)
Favorite Styles Cute and Elegant
Favorite Colors
Hobby Play
Carried Bag Classy
Book Comic
Food Sandwich
Drink Smoothie or coffee cup
Popsicle Chocolate


In New Leaf[edit]

House of Bonbon NL Exterior.png
House of Bonbon NL.png
Patchwork Table HHD Icon.png Patchwork Table Modern Wood Bed HHD Icon.png Modern Wood Bed
Dice Stereo HHD Icon.png Dice Stereo Modern Wood Sofa HHD Icon.png Modern Wood Sofa
Home-Computer Rack HHD Icon.png Home-Computer Rack Modern Wood Closet HHD Icon.png Modern Wood Closet
Modern Wood Stool HHD Icon.png Modern Wood Stool Patchwork Lamp HHD Icon.png Patchwork Lamp
Coconut Palm HHD Icon.png Coconut Palm Modern Wood Clock HHD Icon.png Modern Wood Clock
Wallpaper: Modern Wood Wall HHD Icon.png Modern Wood Wall
Floor: Sleek Carpet HHD Icon.png Sleek Carpet
Music: K.K. Disco

In New Horizons[edit]

In New Horizons, if Bonbon is one of the villagers who moved in during the main storyline after the villager house development quest, her house will have a combination of non-craftable furniture, plus items crafted by players during the island development storyline, primarily from the Wooden Block Series.

Card profiles[edit]

amiibo card[edit]

amiibo card
#049 Bonbon - Series 1
Star sign: Pisces
Birthday: March 3
Dice value: 5
Hand sign: Scissors
049 Bonbon amiibo card NA.png
048 Sterling List of amiibo cards
#049 Bonbon
050 Punchy



  • Bonbon appears on the album cover of "Aloha K.K."
  • Bonbon's birthday is a reference to her Japanese name. The number "3" can be pronounced as "mi" in Japanese, so "3/3" is "mi mi."

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ミミィ
Possibly from the Japanese word for ears, "耳" (mimi), referring to her long rabbit ears

Korean 미미
Same as Japanese name

Simplified Chinese 妙妙

Russian Бонбон

Dutch Bonbon -

German Henrike -

European Spanish Chocolat From "chocolate"

European French Sylvette -

Italian Lolly -

See also[edit]


  1. Prior to New Horizons
  2. New Horizons