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"Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today."
— Coco, Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Coco NL.png
"Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today."
"I'm feeling kind of blank today."
Species Personality Gender
Rabbit Normal Female
Birthday March 1st
Star sign Pisces Pisces
Initial phrase はにょ(JP)
Initial clothes Misty Shirt*
Dawn Shirt*
Favorite song K.K. Dirge
Appearances Doubutsu no Mori,
Doubutsu no Mori+,
Animal Crossing,
Doubutsu no Mori e+,
Animal Crossing: Wild World,
Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer

Coco (やよい, Yayoi) is a normal, rabbit villager from the Animal Crossing series. She has appeared in every game so far. Her name is often mistaken to come from the word "coconut" when in actual fact coco is a Japanese name- the localisation team recognised that the name was a very cute reference to coconuts and so they stuck with it. Her Japanese name comes from the historical era known as the Yayoi Period. During this time, small figures known as Haniwa were produced, which is what Coco and the gyroids take their appearance from. Her design is based off a gyroid; she displays a number of gyroids in her house. Coincidentally she is the second child of a family of five- in her house she has four gyroids suggesting them to be her family.



Coco is a rabbit villager with hollow eyes, like Nindori's, and a mouth which also appears to be hollow. Her vacant face resembles a coconut in appearance, which is possibly why her name is Coco. Her face also resembles that of a player in the first Animal Crossing game that was unfortunate enough to have not saved their game while visiting another player's village. The lack of expression is reflected in her picture quote. She is a light chocolate to coconut brown. Her initial shirt is the Misty Shirt in Animal Crossing and the Dawn Shirt in Animal Crossing: Wild World onward. She gets angry when you lie to her, but cannot show any emotion through her eyes or mouth. Some also think that her face looks like a gyroid.


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

Coco is a normal villager. She wakes up early at 5 a.m.. She does not seem to get along with snooty or cranky villagers as much, but is very kind in ways. She is very kind and generally gets along with other normal and peppy villagers. She has an unseen friend called Moppina.


In Animal Crossing Coco has the Exotic Bench, Garden Pond, Dark Stone, Garden Stone, Mossy Stone from the Rock Garden Theme, Saddle Fence, Well, and two Western Fences from the Western Theme Lastly she has Paper Parasol, and four gyroids. Mega Gongoid, Mini Lamentoid, Mega Lamentoid and Tall Lamentoid. Her wallpaper and flooring are the Garden Wall and Sandlot which are obtainable from Wendell and Saharah.

Animal Crossing: New Leaf[edit]

CocoPicACNL.png "Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today - NL"
Siblings Second of 5 Kids
Skill Writing Backwards
Goal Astronaut
Fear Mummies
Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Iconic
Smallxmark.png Ornate
Color Beige
Type Mocha
Milk Regular amount of milk
Sugar 2 spoonfuls
Ideal Gifts for Coco – Beige Iconic Items
Name Price Available From
Big Ben 1,200 Gulliver
Exotic Lamp 1,800 Timmy & Tommy's
Stewpot 960 Igloo Camper
Taiko Drum 1,300 Timmy & Tommy's
Tent Wall 1,480 Timmy & Tommy's
Planked Tatami 1,340 Timmy & Tommy's
Rococo Floor 2,200 Timmy & Tommy's
Hanten Shirt 420 Ables (All)
Hot Spring Tee 520 Ables (Spring)
Hot Spring Skirt 480 Ables (Spring)
More Beige Items More Iconic Items

Card profiles[edit]

Happy Home Designer amiibo Card[edit]

Animal Crossing amiibo card
#150 Coco - Series 2
Type: Rabbit
Star sign: Pisces
Birthday: March 1st
Dice value: 5
Hand sign: Paper
150 Coco amiibo Card EU.jpg
149 Broccolo List of amiibo cards
#150 Coco
151 Groucho


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Cocoloca From the words "coco" and "loca" meaning crazy
French Coco -"Coconut" in Spanish
German Koko

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