May 4, 2012 - Thank you to everyone who has been visiting. I plan to update weekly now so be sure to check back every Monday for a new crazy cute character! Requests are very welcome and so far Mamegoma, Rilakkuma, and Nyan Nyan Nyanko have been requested and are in the process.... please be patient as there is a lot of information about them! Please keep spreading the word about the cuteness of San-X!!!

Monday, January 25, 2010

Momo Panda

モモパンダ Peach Panda December 2000

Momo Panda is a peach colored panda who loves peaches. With his 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

Momo Panda was born from a peach. His specialty is making sweets and candy from peaches, and he has a peach candy shop.

Komomo Panda
Little Peach Panda

She is Momo Panda's sister who was just born from a peach. She loves her older brother and Kamekun.

Little Frog

He is Momo Panda's friend. He is sensitive to the cold, so he's not around since he is in hibernation.

Little Turtle

He is Momo Panda's friend. He gets the delicious peaches for Momo Panda and Komomo Panda.

Little Bug

He is Momo Panda's rival. He has the same good taste in peaches and loves the same peaches.


He lives in the secret hotspring, Momo no Yu,¹ and shows Momo Panda and Komomo Panda around Momo no Yu.



Momo no Yu ni kimashta ♨

モモの湯にきました♨ Went to Momo no Yu December 2001

In response to the heated excitement, Momo Panda returned! This story has an onsen theme. At the carefree and relaxing onsen,¹ Momo Panda and everyone spends their time finding peace of mind. Don't miss the new character, Sanshouuokun, who joins the fun world of Momo Panda.



Translation Notes
  1. An onsen (温泉) is a term for hot springs in the Japanese language, though the term is often used to describe the bathing facilities and inns around the hot springs. A volcanically active country, Japan has thousands of onsen scattered along its length and breadth. Onsen were traditionally used as public bathing places and today play a central role in directing Japanese domestic tourism. The presence of an onsen is often indicated on signs and maps by the symbol ♨ or the kanji, 湯 (yu, meaning "hot water"). Wikipedia: Onsen

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