Momo Panda

モモパンダ Peach Panda December 2000

Momo Panda is a peach colored panda who loves peaches. With her sister, Komomo Panda, and Kame-kun, the fun and enjoyable world of Momo Panda unfolds in simple pink colors. Many Momo Panda designs include fashionable polka dot patterns and silver and gold lamé fabric.


Momo Panda
Peach Panda

Because it's a water spirit, momopanda loves cucumbers and water and doesn't like the heat... Its personality is that it goes at it's own super pace. momopanda also totes the pot around when it goes out.

Komomo Panda
Little Peach Panda

The cactus triplets love momopanda. As they move around freely, they can go out with momopanda.

Little Frog

Contrary to the charming appearance, she is the princess of the flower shop. Whatever momopanda does, she gives a nice reaction.

Little Turtle

The pet of the flower shop. Piyokichi is taken in by momopanda's gusty bout.

Little Bug

momopanda has a little trouble with Usagisabo, who is lovely and docile.


Nopposabo is tall and always in a daze. It prompts momopanda's naughty tendancies, and unfortunately becomes the target of momopanda's mischief.



Translation Notes
  1. Kappa are actually a type of water spirit and thus "Kappa" does not just mean "water spirit." Kappa (河童, "river-child") are legendary creatures; a type of water sprite found in Japanese folklore. Most depictions show kappa as child-sized humanoids, and sometimes with duck beaks. Kappa are usually seen as mischievous troublemakers. Kappa are also said to be afraid of fire, and some villages hold fireworks festivals each year to scare the spirits away. Wikipedia: Kappa, image.
  2. Marimo (毬藻), also known as Cladophora ball, Lake ball, or Moss Balls in English, is a species of filamentous green algae (Chlorophyta) found in a number of lakes in the northern hemisphere. A marimo is a rare growth form of the species where the algae grow into large green balls with a velvety appearance. Colonies of such balls are known only from Iceland, Japan and Estonia. Wikipedia: Marimo
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