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Artwork of Grams from New Leaf.
Species Gender
Turtle Female
Birthday April 15th Aries
Service Island
Main Appearances
Other Appearances

Grams (ゲコ, Geko) is a green turtle (kappa in the Japanese version) that appears in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. She is Kapp'n's mother, and along with the rest of his family, works in the hut on Tortimer Island. She sells items there, which can be purchased with medals. On the player's first visit to Tortimer Island, she will get scared if the player tries to talk to her.

Villager Info[edit]

In Happy Home Designer[edit]

Happy Home Designer House Info
Type: Special Kappa
Client's Vision: I'll leave it up to you!
Required Items: None
Favorite Song: Marine Song 2001
Favorite Saying: Patience when ye're poor, frugality when ye're not.

*Grams will share a house with Kapp'n, Leilani and Leila.

Card profiles[edit]

Happy Home Designer amiibo card[edit]

Animal Crossing amiibo card
#211 Grams - Series 3
Type: Special
Star sign: Aries
Birthday: April 15th
Dice value: 2
Hand sign: Scissors
211 Grams amiibo card NA.png
210 Cyrus List of amiibo cards
#211 Grams
212 Timmy

Other Appearances[edit]

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS[edit]

Grams has a possible chance of appearing in the background of the stage Tortimer Island, and appears as a trophy.

GramsTrophy3DS.png #435 Grams
NTSC-U: The eldest turtle on the tropical island, Grams runs the souvenir counter. She'll trade you island-themed goods in exchange for the medals you earned during tours. Among the things she sells are flower-patterned muumuus, but Leila thinks they look best on Grams.

PAL: Want ocean-themed souvenirs? Look no further than the shop on Tortimer Island! They don't even cost a single Bell - Grams only takes medals. You might be tempted by the adorable muumuus on sale, but no one could look better in one than Grams herself. At least, that's what her granddaughter, Leila, thinks.




Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゲコ
Spanish Rosauria Blend of "Rosaura" (means golden rose) and "dinosaurio" (dinosaur)
French Mamiral Amiral and "Mamie" (meaning Granny) combined together
Dutch Grams
German Bonnie
Italian Remigia From the Italian female given name Remigia, which roughly means "female paddler".
Korean 귀녀
Chinese 阿玉婆婆
Russian Грэмс