This paper toy is the cute Kuromi, based on the anime series "Onegai My Melody". The papercraft is designed by Toy a Day. Kuromi is the rival of My Melody from the anime Onegai My Melody. She is a white rabbit or imp-like creature, wearing a black jester's hat with a pink skull on the front and a black "devil" tail in the place of a normal rabbit's tail. Kuromi's appearance also looks similar to that of classic cartoon characters from the 1920s and 1930s. Goods featuring Kuromi first appeared in Japan in 2005. She has three image songs all sung by her voice actress, Junko Takeuchi. Kuromi sometimes wears fuchsia pink skull cherries on her right ear. Kuromi's birthday is on October 31 (Halloween). Although Kuromi has a rowdy free spirit, she is actually quite girly on the inside and has a soft spot for cute and handsome guys. Kuromi enjoys keeping a diary and reading romance novels. Her favorite color is black and her favorite food is shallots.
Kuromi My Melody’s rival is a tomboy who loves making mischief and causing trouble! Although she may look tough, she is actually very girly and is attracted to good-looking guys! Kuromi enjoys writing in her diary and is hooked on romantic short-stories. Her favorite color is black and her favorite food is shallots. Fittingly, her birthday is October 31st from the anime Onegai My Melody, was created by Sanrio, and voiced by Junko Takeuchi. She is a white Rabbit-like creature, wearing a black Jester's hat with a pink Skull on the front and a black "devil" tail in the place of a normal rabbit's tail. Despite being a villian, Kuromi is mostly into food and even cooks some. Kuromi's appearance also looks similar to those of cartoon characters from the 1920s and 1930s.
Onegai My Melody (Please My Melody) is a Japanese anime series based on the Sanrio character, My Melody. Produced by Studio Comet, it ran on 3 April 2005 to 26 March 2006 on Animax, TV Osaka and TV Tokyo, spanning 52 episodes. A sequel, Onegai My Melody ~KuruKuru Shuffle!~, ran from 2 April 2006 to 23 March 2007. With its next sequel, Onegai My Melody Sukkiri, each episode was cut to 10 minutes. That series was followed by a third and final sequel, Onegai♪My Melody Kirara, which ran from April 2008 to March 2009. This series was aired across Japan by TV Osaka and TV Tokyo. The anime franchise ultimately ended on March 30, 2009, and was replaced with the Jewelpet anime in its timeslot. On December 11, 2011, United States-based anime distributor Funimation Entertainment set up a forum on its website gauging consumer interest in potential anime acquisitions. One title that was being requested was the first Onegai My Melody series. On February 5, 2012, Sanrio announced that an Onegai My Melody theatrical release named Onegai My Melody: Yū & Ai was in the works and would be released alongside the first Jewelpet film, Jewelpet the Movie: Sweets Dance Princess as a double feature.
Sanrio is a Japanese company that designs, licenses and produces products focusing on the kawaii segment of Japanese popular culture. Their products include stationery, school supplies, gifts and accessories that are sold worldwide and at specialty brand retail stores in Japan. Sanrio's best known character is Hello Kitty, a white cat with red bow and no visible mouth, one of the most successful marketing brands in the world.