Bunny Day is a spring event which is the Animal Crossing series equivalent of Easter. It was introduced in City Folk. It has a different date each year, but will always fall on Easter Sunday. Zipper T. Bunny hosts the event outside the Town Hall. It is the only time of year the player can obtain the Egg Series of furniture. Zipper is an animal in disguise; if the player walks away from them, Zipper will stop dancing and sigh, and, if spoken to from behind, they will reveal the zipper on their costume. Often Zipper murmurs things such as "My mask fogged up again", "Geez how many of these did I bury?" or "I can't wait until this is over..." When a player tries to speak to them from behind, they will say either "Hey! You were trying to look at my back, weren't you?" or "Like I said, please don't look!"


In City Folk


A Bunny Token

Bunny Egg

Keeping to the idea of Easter, the Bunny Day event revolves around an Easter Egg Hunting competition. 30 Easter eggs are hidden around the town, which can be opened to reveal either candy (18) or a Bunny foil (12). Zipper will exchange one Bunny foil per item of furniture from the Egg Series. The Villagers around town will not get involved in the events, but will talk about Zipper and finding mysterious eggs buried around the town. Each character gets their own set of eggs.

In New Leaf


In New Leaf, there are six types of eggs which can be found by fishing, diving, shaking trees, digging up holes, hitting rocks and shooting presents in the sky, making the event more challenging and varied. Inside the eggs are either candy, winning tickets or grand prize tickets.

If a player eats an egg that they find, they can find a prize ticket. Tickets can be exchanged for an item in the Egg Series, and Grand Prize Tickets can be exchanged for Zipper's picture. The only item in the Egg Series that cannot be obtained by exchanging tickets is the Egg Basket. This is obtained by giving Zipper all six different types of eggs, which is the first thing he asks for.

In New Horizons

Bunny Day is the first seasonal event to occur after New Horizons's release, and unlike in previous installments, lasts multiple days from 1st of April, 2020 to 12th of April, 2020 .

As before, there are 6 types of eggs to collect, Sky (Found hanging on multicolored balloons), Water (Found via fishing), Leaf (found in groups of 3 on trees and needs to be shaken off), Stone (Found by hitting a rock with a axe or shovel), Earth (Found in the ground like fossils), and Wood (Found occasionally by hitting a tree with a axe). These eggs are used to craft items in a new series, the ¨Bunny Day Series.¨ Like in New Leaf, the eggs can be eaten, which acts like eating any fruit.

Players can also learn unique DIY recipes for a hat, dress, and shoes themed around each type of egg after collecting a certain amount of eggs of that type. Collecting all of the egg-themed costume recipes unlocks the recipe for Egg party hat and Egg party dress.

These DIY recipes can be found in a few different ways:

  • In presents tied to multicolored balloons in the sky (the same ones that drop sky eggs), needing a slingshot to get them. (This seems to be the most efficient way of gaining recipes as about 1/3 of the multicolored balloons will be a recipe)
  • In a multicolored variant of the message in a bottle called an Egg message bottle.
  • From villagers who upon seeing the player have an ! above their head and run towards him/her.

It's worth noting that Zipper mentions he'll hide more recipes as the days progress, so new ways to obtain recipes may be added and/or discovered as the event continues.

Upon finding and crafting every single Bunny Day DIY recipe, Zipper will give the player a prize. As of this writing, the prize is unknown.



Bunny Day has two furniture series associated with it. In City Folk and New Leaf, it's the Egg Series, and in New Horizons, it's the Bunny Day Series.

Egg Series

The following furniture can be awarded by Zipper T. Bunny for exchanging foils or tickets.

  • Egg Basket
  • Egg TV
  • Egg Bed
  • Egg Bench
  • Egg Chair
  • Egg Clock
  • Egg Dresser
  • Egg Lamp
  • Egg Stereo
  • Egg Table
  • Egg Toy Set
  • Egg Wardrobe
  • Egg Wall
  • Egg Floor

Bunny Day Series

Instead of exchanging anything to Zipper in New Horizons, the event causes several recipes to be obtainable via special balloons or messages in bottles. These recipes can only be crafted using eggs found during the same event period.

  • Bunny Day Lamp
  • Bunny Day Merry Balloons
  • Bunny Day Festive Balloons
  • Bunny Day Stool
  • Bunny Day Table
  • Bunny Day Wardrobe
  • Bunny Day Vanity
  • Bunny Day Wall Clock
  • Bunny Day Glowy Garland
  • Bunny Day Wreath
  • Bunny Day Rug
  • Bunny Day Fence
  • Bunny Day Wall
  • Bunny Day Flooring

Additionally, the Bunny Day bed's recipe can be received upon meeting Zipper T. Bunny for the first time before the day of the actual event. Villagers may also approach the player to give recipes for the Bunny Day bag and Bunny Day crown.


  • There is an uncommon bug in New Leaf that will cause 2/3 of the rocks generated on Bunny Day to turn real afterwards. This can cause serious issues, such as forbidding access to certain parts of town such as the beach. Be sure to break all fake rocks before the day is over to cease this from happening. It has been reported that time traveling to a day after Bunny Day, then loading the game, then turning off the system without saving, can fix this issue.
  • On April 1st of 2018, for the first time ever, two events (excluding the Fishing Tourney and Bug Off) were on the same day. These were April Fool's Day and Bunny Day.


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