Coco Gallery
I'm feeling kind of blank today.

― Picture quote, Wild World

Coco (やよい, Yayoi?) is a normal rabbit villager from the Animal Crossing series. Her English name probably comes from the coconut, a fruit stereotypically depicted with three holes. A reference to chocolate (i.e. cocoa), based on the tradition of chocolate bunnies, is also possible. Coco's catchphrase may relate to the "boing" sound most gyroids make. Coco's Japanese name Yayoi (やよい) is a reference to the Yayoi Period (300BC-AD300) in Japan, an era where Haniwa statues, the inspiration for gyroids, occurred.

So far, she is the only rabbit with a normal personality in the Animal Crossing series. Coco is the only villager whose face does not change with expressions. Her lack of expression is reflected in her picture quote.



Coco is a light brown rabbit with dark speckles. She has empty black eyes and a mouth with an apparently hollow head, referencing the appearance of gyroids. Her face also resembles that of a player in the first Animal Crossing game that didn't save her game while visiting another player's village. She initially wears a Misty Shirt in Animal Crossing and a Dawn Tee in Wild World and City Folk. Coco may be mistaken for a male by some players due to her clothing and appearance.


Below is a brief description of the normal personality. For more information, click here.
Coco has a normal personality, and frequently acts kind towards the player. Normal villagers generally get along well with lazy, peppy, smug, snooty and other normal villagers. Coco may conflict with cranky and uchi villagers. As a normal villager, Coco will usually wake up at 6:00 am and is easier to befriend than most. Both normal and peppy villagers reference an unseen friend known as Moppina.


Coco's house has a tranquil, oriental theme. She lacks a stereo initially, so she has no music playing, but if she receives one, it will play K.K. Dirge. Coco has various items from different garden themes, including an outdoor pool, deer scare, and the tall lantern. Coco also has an exotic chest and some house plants. She also has a shanty mat, enhancing the outdoorsy feel of the room.

In Wild World, she has an exotic chest, a screen, a rock pool, two tall lanterns, a plant and a rock person. Coco has one gyroid, the Mega Rustoid.

In New Leaf, Coco has two bonfires on each side of her room when you first walk in. She also has five different gyroids, two exotic screens on both sides of the room, and an exotic table that supports her brown pot and white pot. She also has a Shanty Mat as flooring and a Garden Wall as her wallpaper.

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Profile Coco is quite the striking figure, but her personality is anything but. This small rabbit keeps a low profile, preferring to quietly concentrate on the little things in life, like her catch phrase.
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  • Coco's appearance, like that of gyroids, seems to revolve around death and old regional Japanese funerary traditions.
    • This is foremost evident due to her resemblance to a haniwa. The imperfections in her clay-like structure indicate that she is the kind of haniwa made by working the ashes of the deceased into the clay of the statue. From these two points, the conclusion can be drawn that Coco portrays a deceased ghost that currently possesses an artificial body, a guise that was formed from the remains of her real, cremated body.
    • Her home in the later main franchise instalments is furnished to resemble an ancient crematorium, featuring bonfire pillars for cremating bodies, urns to store the ashes, the haniwa which were made with the ashes, and screens which those mourning the dead would pray behind.
    • The song that plays in her house is the eerie K.K. Dirge, a "dirge" being a type of traditional western funeral march song.
  • Perhaps coincidentally, Coco also has more than one connection with the Coco of Hispanic and Lusophone folklore, apart from the name. The Coco is generally held as a shape-shifting death-dealer, which makes the villager's choice of music all the more fitting.
    • In addition, the coconut, which Coco's head bears a strong resemblance to, got its name from the mythical monster when Portuguese explorers related the fruit's appearance to a skull.

In other languages

Language Name
Flag of Japan Japanese やよい Yayoi
Flag of France small French Coco
Flag of Spain Spanish Cocoloca
Flag of Germany small German Koko
Flag of Italy small Italian Coco
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Coco
Flagofchinasmall Chinese 仰韶 Yǎngsháo
Flag of South Korea Korean 이요 Iyo

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