|Japanese Name||板栗 蔻蔻|
|Mew Name||Mew Cocoa|
|Animal||Dragon (Modified Chinese Crocodile Lizard)|
|Transformation||"Mew Mew Cocoa, Metamorphose!"|
|Attack||Ribbon Cocoa Shake|
|Height||150 cm (4’11”)|
|Weight||43 kgs (96 lbs)|
|Hair Color||Black (Untransformed) Brown (Transformed)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown (Untransformed) Brown (Transformed)|
|Likes||Cooking, Languages, Horror Movies|
|Dislikes||Bland Food, Natto, Drama Movies|
|Relatives||Lan Banli (Mother)
Hai Banli (Father)Biyu Banli (Sister)
|Team||Mythical Mew Mew|
|V.A. (English)||Tara Sands|
|V.A. (Japanese)||Rie Kugimiya|
Kou-Kou is a fair skinned girl with black hair tied into buns and dark brown eyes. Her buns are covered by white fabric tied with short gold bows. Her casual clothes are usually easy to move in and show her Chinese heritage. Her school uniform is a pale lavender sweater over a white shirt with a red bow and red plaid skirt.
Her café uniform is a knee length brown dress with a white heart-shaped apron with pinkish-orange frills around the heart and pinkish-orange ribbons. Her white socks reach her upper shins with frills at the top, a brown bow is attached to each sock, her shoes are black with a brown heart on the tongue and brown laces. Lastly, she wears a lace headband.
When transformed, Kou-Kou's hair and eyes turn brown and she grows white, antler like horns and a white tail. Her outfit is a brown dress with splits up the thighs. Her shoes are brown flats.
She also has brown garters on both arms, her left thigh, and a choker. The bottom of her dress and the tops and bottoms of her garters and chokers are lined with pinkish-orange lace. Her Mew Mark, which resembles her horns, is on her right thigh.
A mischievous girl who finds enjoyment in playing practical jokes on others. Kou-Kou has a light-hearted view on life, and an attitude to match.
Weapon and Attack
Kou-Kou's weapon is the CocoTon, a pinkish-orange baton with a brown jewel-like knob on both ends. A gold bow with a pink heart in the middle is attached.
Her attack is Ribbon Cocoa Shake, in which Kou-Kou spins the baton above her head before slicing downwards.
Mythical Mew Mew
Mythical Mew Mew a la Carte
- Chinese Crocodile Lizards live in China and Vietnam
- Kou-Kou went through two name changes, she was initially named Biyu Liu, then Yuzu Liu