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Princess Medal
Kokomo Pine
Princess Medal
Princess Kokomo
In-game painting of Princess Kokomo Pine
Sex Female
Located Primetime Kingdom
Job Princess
Freed From TV Dinnah
Special Quest Humming
"Like, dohraymefasola! I want to get better at singing! Will you listen, my King? ♪"
— Kokomo Pine

Princess Kokomo Pine (ココモパイン姫 Kokomo Pain Hime) is one of the princesses that King Corobo can marry.

Appearances

See also: Princess Kokomo's Quotes

Princess Kokomo Pine has curly, yellowish-green hair and green eyes. Her hair is tied up in two messy bunches, her hairband is made of four fruits and two flower buds. She is wearing a purple tube top with a petal-like white collar. Her pink skirt is decorated with blue bows and two blue flowers.

Princess Kokomo Pine is the fifth princess that Corobo will save. You can free her by smashing the vase she is trapped inside after defeating TV Dinnah in Primetime Kingdom. Kokomo Pine is into pop culture and speaks like a valley girl. Her special quest for Corobo is to find the Songs the people are humming and record them for her.

Profile

Japanese

  • Official Website: Kokomo Pine's naturally cheerful personality is like circling a field of alpine flowers. She is the outstanding singing and dancing idol princess! She has the tendency to say "like" in her sentences. Whenever Kokomo Pine is happy, the flowers in her hairband will start to bloom!
  • Official Guidebook: Oh? Brother? Like, where art thou? You gotta get to the PT Kingdom and stuff! I'm Kokomo Pine! I want to be your princess! Like, dohraymefasola! The totally awesome singing and dancing idol princess!

Etymology

Kokomo Pine is named after the mixed drink, cocomo pineapple, made from coconuts and pineapple.

Name Meaning
Japanese ココモパイン姫 Princess Kokomo Pine
English Princess Kokomo Pine Princess Kokomo Pine
French Princesse Coccinelle Princess Ladybug
Italian Principessa Cocomopyne Princess Cocomopyne
German Prinzessin Kokomo Princess Kokomo
Spanish Princesa Cocopiña Princess Coconut-Pineapple

The Japanese, Italian, and Spanish versions kept the "coconut" spelling intact in her given name. However, the English and German versions changed her spelling of her given name to make a reference to The Beach Boys' single "Kokomo" about two lovers taking a trip to the fictional Caribbean island called Kokomo.

Her name in the French version may be a homage to Coccinelle, a French transsexual actress and entertainer.

Trivia

  • Kokomo's verbal tic in the Japanese version is saying 「~ナ」 ("right?") at the end of her sentences. This was translated into her speaking in valley girl slang in the English version.
  • Kokomo is TV Dinnah's younger sister.
  • Kokomo's stamp is of a flower.
  • The ending credits imply that Kokomo is inspired by a counter server Corobo met at a fast food restaurant.

Gallery

Part 25. Princess Kokomo is saved

Part 25. Princess Kokomo is saved.

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