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Japanese やよい Korean 이요 Chinese 仰韶
French Coco Italian Coco Spanish Cocoloca
German Koko Dutch Coco Russian Коко
Coco, an Animal Crossing villager.
Species Personality Gender
Rabbit Normal Female
Birthday March 1st Pisces
Phrase doyoing
Clothes Blossoming Shirt*
Dawn Shirt*
Dawn Tee*
Layered tank dress*
Saying Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
I'm feeling kind of blank today.
Main Games
Other Games

Coco is a normal rabbit villager from the Animal Crossing series. She has appeared in every game so far.

Her Japanese name comes from the historical era known as the Yayoi period during which small clay figures known as haniwa were produced. Like the Gyroids, these haniwa figures are what Coco's appearance is based on. As this would be unfamiliar to most players outside Japan, her English name instead comes from "coconut", which she also resembles.



Coco DnM.png

Coco is a tan, clay-like rabbit with hollow eyes and mouth, similar in appearance to a Gyroid. There seems to be a seam or fold around the top of her head, however, this could just be from the Gyroid's texture. Her face is always expressionless, regardless of her emotions.


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

Coco has a normal personality. She is shy and caring, and may get upset easily. When she asks the player for favors, she often compliments their speed (even if it actually takes a while). She wakes up at 5 AM like other normal villagers, and will appear inside towards the middle of the day. She will enjoy taking part in the usual hobbies; bug catching, fishing, fossil hunting, and the others. She may mention an unseen friend called Moppina, an imaginary friend which comes from her hygiene and cleanliness concerns. Coco will get on well with smug, sisterly, lazy, peppy, and jock villagers, appearing motherly or sisterly towards them. She may become upset when talking to a cranky or snooty villager, due to their cruel nature which makes them appear rude when talking about other villagers. She enjoys talking to the player; if they make her upset, she will bounce back and give them a present.


In Wild World[edit]

CocoPicACWW.png I'm feeling kind of blank today.
Favorite Clothing
Smallcheckmark.png Refined Smallxmark.png Gaudy

In City Folk[edit]

Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Refined
Smallxmark.png Gaudy
Furniture Genre Retro/Playful
Furniture Series Exotic
Furniture Color Beige

In New Leaf[edit]

CocoPicACNL.png Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
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

In New Horizons[edit]

CocoPicACNH.png Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
Style Simple
Color Beige / Green


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.

In New Horizons[edit]

Card profiles[edit]

Animal Crossing e-Reader card[edit]

Animal Crossing-e card
#082 Coco - Series 2
Gender: Female
Species: Rabbit
Clothes: Blossoming shirt
Sign: Pisces
Phrase: doyoing
Password: crjx9RDydG&AtR
Animal Crossing-e 2-082 (Coco).jpg
081 Doc Animal Crossing-e cards
#082 Coco
083 Pompom

Animal Crossing 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 NA.png
149 Broccolo List of amiibo cards
#150 Coco
151 Groucho


  • In New Horizons, other rabbits have applied physics on their ears, causing them to bounce and sway when they move; however, Coco's are uniquely stiff, giving the impression that she is made of hardened clay.[1]


Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese やよい
Yayoi is the historical era associated with haniwa.

Korean 이요

Simplified Chinese 仰韶 (iQue)
From Yangshao culture, a neolithic period roughly analogous to the Yayoi period in Japan

Russian Коко
From "кокос", or coconut

Dutch Coco Same as English name

German Koko From "Kokosnuss", coconut

European Spanish Cocoloca From the words "coco" and "loca" meaning crazy

European French Coco From cocotier or noix de coco meaning coconut

Italian Coco Same as English name