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Artwork of Giovanni
Species Gender
Bird Male
Birthday September 6th Virgo
Role OK Motors (Camper Customization)
Main appearances

Other appearances
Name in other languages

Giovanni is a bird introduced in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. He is one of the three proprietors of OK Motors, a camper customization store, along with Beppe and Carlo. He is the leader of the trio.

The three proprietors of OK Motors have Italian given names which also double as puns related to motor vehicles. Giovanni's name likely derives from "van."



Like Beppe and Carlo, Giovanni is a black bird. He has a big head slightly shaped like an oval, big gray eyebrows, big round eyes with white irises and small black pupils, and a tuft of hair sticking out on top of his head. His beak and legs are yellow, and his nose is part of his beak's upper part. He is shorter than Beppe and Carlo.


Giovanni is friendly to anyone with campers. He keeps OK Motors running smoothly and always has a nugget of earthy wisdom to dispense to his customers.


In Pocket Camp[edit]

In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Giovanni directly handles customization and interior expansion requests for the player's camper. OK Motors is a family-run business that Giovanni inherited from his father. Carlo explains that Giovanni is the boss of OK Motors, even though he isn't the oldest of the employees. He also describes Carlo as competent at his job, and as a person who never throws anything out.

In New Horizons[edit]

Although Giovanni doesn't appear in Animal Crossing: New Horizons in person, his likeness does appear on the Brake Tapper furniture item as one of the faces that flash on the screen. His is the only face that can be lined three in a row if the item is interacted with.



  • The three proprietors' Japanese names (Kyantarō, Pin-chan, and Gū-san) can be read Kyan-Pin-Gu, "camping."
  • Giovanni shares his birthday with Cesar.

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese キャンタロー

Korean 캠식

Traditional Chinese 露哥

German Fiete -

European Spanish Corvín From Cuervo (Raven/Crow) or Corvus

European French Corbac Portmanteau of Corbeau (Raven/Crow) and bac (Tool box)

Italian Corvanni Portmanteau of corvo, "raven," and Giovanni, a common Italian male given name