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Toy Day (Japanese: クリスマス Christmas) is an event that appears in every Animal Crossing series game except Wild World. It is similar to Christmas.

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Animal Crossing

In Animal Crossing and the other GCN games, Toy Day occurs on the 23rd of December. Tortimer will be waiting at the Wishing Well and will award the player with a gift. If the player is a boy, they will receive a model of Gracie's car. If the player is a girl, they will receive a doll.

Jingle also appears from 24th December 8 PM on onward and awards a present if he is found five times. The item given depends on the player's answers to his questions.

City Folk

In City Folk, Toy Day occurs on the 24th of December. Jingle will give the player gifts on this day. The player can change their accessories for more gifts. This holiday is based off of Christmas and the animals will talk about it for weeks beforehand. The player will also get a letter from Jingle prior to Toy Day.The festivities begin at 8 PM and end at midnight.

A good method is for the player to buy as many shirts and accessories as they can before Toy Day, to avoid being recognized by Jingle. To decide what gift to give to the player, Jingle will ask a few questions about the player's interests. If the player answers the first question, for example, as "things to step on", the player is more likely to get the Jingle Carpet. If the player wears the same outfit twice, Jingle will not give the player a present. Jingle will be hiding in non-lit houses and occasionally outdoors. Normally, the player cannot go inside unlit houses, but on Toy Day there are no signs on doors, and the player can enter.But Jingle doesn't normally go back into a house he has already been in so to save yourself some time take notes on where you have and have not been!

New Leaf

In New Leaf, Jingle appears in the player's town on December 24th at 6PM. He will say that he doesn't want to deliver the presents, and would rather have it be done by someone dressed as Santa Claus. During the month of December, Santa's outfit (hat, beard, coat, pants, and boots) are for sale at the Able Sisters and Kicks. If the player has bought the outfit, they will receive a magical bag from Jingle which holds the presents of the villagers living in the town at the time.

Earlier in December, the villagers will drop small hints about what they want for Toy Day such as furniture and clothing. On Toy Day, while wearing the Santa costume, villagers will think that the player is actually Santa and will ask for their present. Once all of the presents are delivered, the player should talk to Jingle to receive an item from either the Festive or Jingle series. If all presents are delivered to the correct villagers, the player will get Jingle's picture in the mail on December 25th, Christmas day.

New Horizons

Players can give gifts to their villagers similar to previous games. During the winter season new clothing can be purchased through Able Sisters along with toys and other holiday items from Nook's Cranny. Additional specific information about this will be added as more information is known.

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Trivia

  • In New Horizons, the Toy Day theme replaces the clarinet with a trumpet.
  • The themes for Toy Day are different in New Horizons depending on hemisphere. In the northern hemisphere variant, it features jingle bells, matching the snowy winter theme set during Toy Day in the northern hemisphere. In the southern hemisphere variant, a soft drumkit and maracas play during the song instead of jingle bells, which fits more similarly to a chill summer vacation.


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Month Events
January Festive SeasonLa-Di-DayLunar New YearNew Year's DayYay Day
February Bright NightsFestivaleGroundhog DayLeap DayLunar New YearValentine's Day
March Bunny DayFestivaleShamrock DaySpring Sports Fair
April April Fool's DayBunny DayCherry Blossom Season(N)Maple Leaf Season(S)Nature DayWeeding Day
May International Museum DayMay DayMother's DayMushrooming Season(S)Nature DaySpring Cleaning
June Father's DayGraduation DaySummer SolsticeWedding Season
July Fireworks ShowHometown Day
August Fireworks ShowFounder's DayMeteor ShowerObon
September Fall Sports FairHarvest Moon FestivalLabor Day
October Cherry Blossom Season(S)Explorer's DayHalloweenHarvest Moon FestivalMushrooming Season
November Harvest FestivalMayor's DayMushrooming Season(N)Officer's DayMaple Leaf Season(N)Sale Day
December Festive SeasonNaughty or Nice DayNew Year's EveSnow DayToy DayWinter Solstice
Recurring Events
Bug OffFishing TourneyLotteryFlea MarketMorning AerobicsTortimer's Vacation
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