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"Let bygones be bygones."
— Pekoe, Animal Crossing: New Leaf
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"Let bygones be bygones."
Species Personality Gender
Cub Normal Female
Birthday May 18th
Initial phrase bud
Initial clothes Hot Spring Shirt
Appearances Animal Crossing: City Folk, Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Pekoe (ジャスミン, Jasmine) is a normal, cub villager from the Animal Crossing series . She first appeared in Animal Crossing: City Folk. Pekoe's name may derive from the Chinese word for "white flower," as well as her initial phrase, "bud," which is the name associated with the head of a flower.


Pekoe is a Chinese-looking cub, who shares a similar appearance to Felicity and Merry. She has almond-shaped aquamarine eyes. Her hair is short and black, and she initially wears the Hot Spring Shirt.


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

As a normal villager, she will appear hospitable and friendly towards the player and will give useful tips to new players, such as how to use the camera feature and look up at the sky. She likes to share her clothes with other villagers, as well as her initial quote. She is very rarely annoyed or angry, although she may leave arguments with other villagers looking upset.


Pekoe's House in City Folk

Pekoe's house has an exotic theme with a bamboo floor and a red vase. She has a phonograph that has Imperial K.K. playing on it.

Villager info[edit]

Animal Crossing: New Leaf[edit]

PekoePicACNL.png Please insert ACNL picture quote here.
Siblings Oldest of 6
Skill Doodling
Goal Aesthetician
Fear Ghost Mask
Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Traditional
Smallxmark.png Crazy
Color Brown
Ideal Gifts for Pekoe – Brown Traditional Items
Name Price Available From

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More Brown Items More Traditional Items


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Vera Border of the sea or river
French Pauline -
German Sandrine Sandra
Italian Mina -


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