| Speaking of Pop'n...! (LT)|
|Birthdate|| March 3rd|
August 15th (Trauma Punk)
|Hobby||Chatting and shopping; It seems I've kept an eye out for some cute accessories|
|Relative(s)||Nyami (friend, counterpart)|
|First Appearance||pop'n music|
|Other Appearance(s)||pop'n music 2-present|
|Theme(s)||House, Lesson, Ondo, Special Cooking, Fairy Tale, Carnival, Disco Fever, Adventure, Matsuri (Ee'mall 2nd Avenue, as Pop'n All? STARS), After the Party (as Pop'n Dream), Space Opera, Senran Emaki, Nengo Rock, Frontier, Lo-Bit Sampling (As Mimi Nyami Seijin), Epilogue, TWINKLING, 夏色DIARY (Yu-yake Style), 僕の気持ちを描く, Good bye, Summer～さよならは言わない～, 夢を絆ぐ亜麻色|
|Designer(s)||MUKAI (pop'n 1), P-CAT (pop'n 2 and 3), いぬ千代 (pop'n 4 and 5), shio (pop'n 6-FEVER!, THE MOVIE-fantasia) ちっぴー/ちっひ (ADVENTURE, Lapistoria-present)|
Mimi, voiced by Rie Murakawa, is one of the characters from Pop'n Music, where she and her best friend Nyami are the mainstay mascots of the series; but they were only heard as current announcers of Pop'n Music 19 TUNE STREET, Pop'n Music portable 2 and singers for TWINKLING in Pop'n Music Lapistoria, where she holds a jeweled lapis that is pink.
Nyami's best friend and partner. Her personality is identical to her's,
although she is the sensible one, Mimi thinks everything feels blurry.
Mimi is one of the two main mascots of Pop'n Music. She is identical to Nyami's appearance, but she is a rabbit, who is a talkative, imaginative girl. She was alongside with Nyami, who was her best friend, when she first met her during the Pop'n Music auditions, where they've been close ever since. They often star in TV programs together, such as talk shows and dramas, although she and Ryuta have emotional thoughts for each other.
One of Mimi's favorite hobbies are chatting and shopping, where she seems to be searching for adorable accessories that catch a twinkle in her eyes. She also loves rabbit goods, but hates tomato juice.
For license personas of Mimi, see Mimi (License appearances).
Mimi takes the form of an apricot-colored rabbit with simple green eyes and brown hair that is styled in low-braided pigtails and straight-cut bangs. She wears a blue t-shirt with red trim on the sleeves and neck, and a white and red "BM" logo on the chest. She also wore dark blue pants and black-white tennis shoes. Her design can be found again in Radio, from Pop'n Music 7, Pop'n Music Wii, and some other cameos.
In her 2P palette, she's given darker colored fur/skin, and slightly darker brown hair. Her eyes are deep blue while her top becomes pink and her pants cream colored. Her shoes shift to yellow.
In the second game, Mimi wore a red and white shirt with a blue star in the center, and also wore the same pants and shoes. Her appearance is used again in Surfy in Pop'n Music GB and Pop'n Music 10 and Iitomo from Pop'n Music 10.
Her 2P version gives red eyes while her hair color remains the same. Her shirt is now yellow and green, and her pants are gray with brown shoes.
In Pop'n Music 2, she has two other palettes as well. Her 3P gives her light brown eyes, dark blonde hair and paler skin/fur, and her shirt has hot pink sleeves with a green star. Her pants are dark red while her shoes become blue. Her 4P gives her light brown hair, blue eyes, and paler skin/fur again. Her shirt has a purple star and aqua sleeves, and her pants are teal with purple shoes.
Mimi wears blue overalls with a black shirt underneath. She also wears goldenrod-colored shoes with white soles.
Her 2P gives her brown eyes, a pink shirt, and white colored overalls. Her shoes are dark orange. In Pop'n Music 3, this is her 3P palette.
In Pop'n Music 3, Mimi has 2 other color schemes. One gives her red eyes, maroon overalls, an orange shirt, and gold shoes. The other makes her eyes blue while her overalls are cyan with a matching shirt, and her shoes blue. These are her 2P and 4P colors respectively, but are never used again, leaving her 3P palette as her current 2P.
In the fourth game release, Mimi's attire consists of a green soccer jersey with a "POPPERS" logo and a star icon on the center. She wears blue pants with red and white tennis shoes
Her 2P changes her eyes to brown and her jersey to red, while her pants and shoes are now black.
Mimi appears in the spin-off, Pop'n Stage. She wears a white T-shirt with red sections on her sleeves and collar. A "P" is colored in yellow, while the "S" is left white, as they form a logo on the left of Mimi's shirt. Mimi dons a pair of blue jeans and black shoes.
In her 2P palette, she's given pink skin/fur along with ginger hair and dark blue eyes. Her shirt is shifted to blue with white parts on the sleeves, and "P" logo is red, while the "S" is yellow. Her pants are bright red and her shoes remain black.
Mimi becomes a rival character for the first time in Pop'n Music 5, wearing a navy blue shirt with a rabbit skull icon in the center. On Mimi's neck is a yellow handkerchief, and on her short sleeves are yellow sections. Finally, Mimi dons a pair of dark red pants and gray tennis shoes.
In her 2P color palette, Mimi's recolor changes her shirt into a cyan stripe pattern. Her handkerchief is red, while the pants are white and the tennis shoes are a cerulean color.
In Pop'n 6, Mimi is shown with two yellow and green ear piercings on her right ear underneath a pink star. She dons a pink shirt with a thunderbolt icon on the center that says "ROCK", dark blue pants, and all black shoes. She has a blue studded bracelet located on her left wrist. This outfit is used again in HELLO! POP'N MUSIC, with some minor changes.
Her 2P provides her with orange hair and blue eyes. Her bracelet and star marking are both green and her piercings are green and pink, while her shirt is now yellow with a pink thunderbolt. Her pants are dark green in color and her shoes remain black.
In Pop'n Music's first PS2 game release, Mimi wears her usual male attire, such as a navy blue-shirt with a red-yellow target icon on the left sleeve, denim overalls, and red shoes. Mimi sports a black wristband on her left arm and yellow-tinted goggles with a red frame. Mimi's eyes are tinted in almost a lime green color.
Mimi's 2P gives her red hair and blue eyes, and her shirt as well as the top part of her overalls are green. The lower half are blue, and her shoes are mahogany colored. The strap of her goggles also become green
Mimi's attire consists of a white polo shirt with a green section on the top, blue pants, a bracelet, and black shoes. Mimi's outfit in the seventh installment is recycled in Pop'n Taisen Puzzle Dama.
Her 2P color scheme switches her hair to bright red orange and gives her darker green eyes. Her shirt is now light brown with a darker green section, and her pants shift to brown.
Mimi's appearance is a high school nerd, consisting of wacky, swirled glasses and a thick ahoge, sticking out of her hair. Her attire is a man's school uniform, with a blue color and three yellow buttons in the center. She wears red tennis shoes.
Mimi now wears a blue camouflaged shirt, navy pants, and white shoes. A black star is posted on Mimi's left side of the shirt.
Mimi's 2P palette gives her blonde hair and dark blue eyes, while her shirt is now olive and tan camouflage and her pants are even darker blue. Her shoes are drab olive.
Mimi's designed is revamped in a Mambo-A-Gogo fashion, and we see her sporting a regular chef's attire, with a red scarf.
Mimi sports a pink shirt that has a yellow silverware "PM" icon in the center, a walnut-colored apron, blue jeans, and red shoes. She also has a white flutter-styled hat with a red lining and carries a sandwich platter.
Mimi dons formal waiter attire in her 2P, gaining a white dress shirt and a red bow tie, while the rest of her attire is black. In this design she carries a platter of beverages.
Mimi wears a white frilled shirt with a green clover pattern, blue jeans, and blacks shoes. She also wears a witch hat with a yellow band and carries a star wand.
In her 2P palette she gains blue eyes and light brown hair, and her outfit becomes all black except for her jeans, which are navy blue.
Mimi dons a short sleeved white shirt with blue and green stripes in the center and khaki pants with red and white shoes. She's also shown carrying a briefcase with several tags.
She's given blonde hair and blue eyes in her 2P, and her shirt is shifted into red with darker stripes and white sleeves. Her pants are an olive green and her shoes are dark gray and white.
Mimi's hair is styled differently for the first time, with a small bun with a flower pin added to her usual hairstyle. Her hair becomes a lighter brown as well. She wears long sleeved white shirt with blue bands at the end of the sleeves and a blue necklace. Her shorts and shoes are both black.
Her 2P palette shows her with light orange hair and black eyes, and her shirt is now blue and pink. Her shorts and shoes are khaki and her shoes gray, and her hairpin becomes pink.
Mimi wears a blue harlequin dress. Her right side has a light blue sleeve with dark blue, while her right has a dark blue sleeve with a blue and white check pattern. Her hat is split in the same colors, and has a red bell on one ear. She has three pink buttons in the middle of the dress, white cuffs, and a large white collar. Underneath she wears white frilly shorts, yellow tights, and blue boots.
Her 2P scheme makes her eyes blue and hair slightly lighter, with her hat and dress becoming solid red, with the exception of the white check pattern. The buttons are bright red, and her boots match her dress while her tights are black.
Mimi wears a pink and green sleeveless hoodie with black wristbands, jeans, and pink shoes with black and red soles. Her hat is pink with a black visor and worn under purple and orange headphones.
In her 2P colors, she gains darker fur/skin, blue eyes, and bright magenta hair. Her hoodie is blue and black, while her hat is black with a pink visor, and her headphones are blue and white. Her jeans become hot pink and her shoes are greed with red and white soles.
In Super Mario Bros., Mimi's attire changed to red and the pocket and hood are shifted into a yellow hue. Her hat is red as well with a blue brim.
Mimi appears wearing a white t-shirt with red trimmed sleeves and a red "PM" logo, simple blue pants, and red and white shoes. She also wears black wristbands, and a blue visor, and carries a blue canteen. Her hair has become a different hue of brown as well, nearing a reddish color.
Her 2P gives her blue eyes and pale green hair, while her fur/skin is brown. Her wristbands are white and her pants are light cyan, while her shirt is plain black with white trim and a white "PM" logo. Her visor and shoes are black, and the canteen she carries turns red.
Mimi's hair returns to dark brown, and she wears a white and red "I ♥ PM" shirt with blue shorts and white and lime shoes. Mimi is accessorized with a red and yellow party hat, yellow and pink bangles, and and yellow bands on her shorts.
The 2P color palette makes her hair blonde and keeps her eyes green. Her shoes, shirt, and party hat all gain purple colors, while her shorts, bands, and bangles are white.
Mimi sports a yellow and blue jumpsuit with a red shirt underneath. She wears a black cap turned to the side, black shoes, and has a purple pass card necklace.
Her 2P color scheme gives her blonde hair and blue eyes. Her shirt is black while her jumpsuit is red and gray, and her cap is also red. Her pass card necklace is blue.
Mimi's appearance in Pop'n Music 18 Sengoku Retsuden continues with her boyish garments. Her garments are opposite in color of Nyami's, such as a red kasa hat with a Pop-kun icon on the center, a uniform with black highlights, a white bow, and a gradient orange to dark red on the bottom. Mimi dons green baggy shorts with a red-black ending, black wristbands, and black geta. In her FEVER animation, Mimi's garments upgrade into samurai armor, consisting of a red Pop-kun on the center of her helmet. She has a light red haori above her clothes, and her shoes are altered with black socks and red shoes, though the green pants are kept intact. In Mimi's WIN animation, Mimi's appearance is a Japanese benefactor, with the accessories of the kanmuri, a red decorative haori, a white top, a longer version of the pants, and a pair of white socks worn with her geta.
In her 2P color palette, Mimi's fur/skin is shaded in a dark tan hue, while her hair is colored light blue. Her eyes are changed to a blue color and her wristbands are colored in the same blue. Her outfit is shifted into a silver and gray gradient color on the bottom. Mimi wears dark gray shorts and blue geta.
Her appearance is drawn as a simple doodle with a plain red top, though she shifts outfits several times. This is Mimi and Nyami's non-playable character animation.
Mimi only appears in Utacchi as an unlockable character. She is shown wearing a sleeveless marshmallow pink top that's frilled at the bottom and an eight note pendant. She has dark pink shorts with suspenders and shoes that share the same color as her top. There are two scoops of ice cream on her head: the bottom is light pink, while the top is decorated in a strawberry sauce.
Mimi gains new attire once more, consisting of a white and powder blue striped top, yellow shoes, and khaki shorts. She also wears a white cap with yellow trimming. She is shown carrying a pink backpack.
Mimi's 2P palette gives her light olive hair, deep blue eyes, and peach colored fur/skin. Her top becomes cerulean and blue, and her shorts are darker in color. Her cap and shoes are dark brown as well, while her backpack is deep red.
Mimi appears in Tune Street with a white t-shirt with long black sleeves. On the shirt is a yellow and black circle. She has purple plaid shorts worn with lavender and white tennis shoes and black socks. Lastly she has purple headphones on her neck and a blue necklace with a Pop-kun design.
Her 2P gives her peach fur/skin, indigo eyes, and orange hair. Her shirt is light blue with light gray sleeves, and the circle on her shirt is light blue and white. Her shorts are cerulean and her socks are light gray. The headphones around her neck are teal while her necklace is orange.
Mimi has her hair color shifted into a light brown, almost orange color, instead of the regular brown in previous games. Her attire is a navy-colored top hat with a gold band, white gloves, and a white shirt. Over the shirt is a vest and a neck tie that match the color of her top hat. The bloomers and shoes also match the color, except for the gray stockings. Her entire outfit has highlights of gold.
In Mimi's 2P palette, her eyes are teal and her hair is dark blonde. Her shirt, top hat, bloomers, and boots all become a light velvet color, while her vest, collar, and stockings are white and her tie is orange. The highlights become silver.
Mimi has drastic appearance changes: she's takes the form of a platinum-colored Jubeat character design, with a squared face and ears, and a diamond-shaped body. Her braided pigtails have become wires.
Mimi's braids are decorated with pink and white star clips. She wears a magenta scarf with a striped t-shirt, worn over a long sleeved white shirt. Her shorts are denim blue with dark gray leggings and flats matching her scarf color.
In this game, Mimi's hair color reverts back to the regular brown hue. Her outfit includes a white left-sided cap with a green stem ornament on the left side. Mimi wears a light blue top with a white scarf that's gray and green striped. She sports white bloomer pants, green and white striped stockings, a brown wristband, and tan-colored shoes. Mimi is shown with a camera hanging on her neck.
Her 2P coloring gives her hot pink eyes and lime green hair. Her cap is shifted to pink and the stem pin is yellow, while her top is light pink and worn with a white and gray striped scarf, pink bloomers, gray and white striped stockings, and orange shoes.
Mimi now has a full mane, with her bangs extending to the side of her face and the back of her hair being fuller, unlike the previous games, where her eyes became large, round and rabbit-like. Her school uniform consists on wearing a light pink sweater with pale pink stripes on the on top right and a blue neck tie, along with white and red Pop-kun pins on the bottom right over a white collared shirt. She also has on dark red shorts, grey tennis shoes with white top flaps and blue socks. Her original palette was confirmed again in 夏色DIARY (Yu-yake Style) from the same game.
In her Win animation, she wears a pale purple graduation uniform, matching with a dark purple hat and shall. She also holds a blue book and wears white glasses.
Mimi's 2P palette is confirmed on November 21, 2014. Her re-coloring consists of her eyes blue instead of green, and her hair blonde. Mimi's school apparel recolors her top dark velvet, her shorts olive drab, and her tie and socks magenta; Mimi's shoes are plainly colored white.
Mimi's costume for éclale retains her colors from Lapistoria. It consists of a sky blue poncho with yellow highlights, white bloomer shorts, sky blue skirt layers on her back, a pink torso and short top hat with a pair of matching ankle-length boots.
Mimi's 2P has tanned skin, turquoise hair, teal eyes and wears a set of colors that are white, yellow and indigo with grey highlights.
Mimi's 3P palette gives her blonde hair, cerulean eyes, a yellow ornament, and a white-and-tinted-blue set of colors for her attire (ex. light blue stockings, baby blue accents).
Mimi's costume for Usaneko is a blue-and-white steampunk-inspired dress; consisting of a white cloth on the top, with blue hard palates as layers, and dark gold metallic accents. It also includes a white cylinder hat with metallic accents and gears, matching with knee-high boots that have golden soles. She has a blue metallic shoulder pad on her left shoulder along with white gloves having dark gold metal handcuffs and yellow frilly cloths.
In her Win animation, she wears a wintry dress with a poncho and a pale black circle hat, matching with elbow high gloves and boots, while her FEVER! Win gives her a shirt with some gloves, shorts worn over leggings and a pair of ankle boots.
Mimi's 2P gives her white skin, pink eyes and pastel purple hair. Her outfit is pink with light yellow, midnight blue and gray accents, while the rest are black with light butterscoth brown soles at the end of her boots.
Not only does Mimi makes her cameo alone, but alongside with Nyami; this happens in the occassion in Saint Seiji, Super Mogu (Lose), Rosalie (Win and Lose), Belle (Lose), Judy (Win), Mr. KK (FEVER! Win), Castle (Lose), Roly-Pony (Win), and Flora (FEVER!)
Mimi makes a cameo in one of Cup-kun's animations from Swing Latte, and also appears on the character portrait of him. Her cap is colored in light brown, decorated with a little Cup-kun ornament. She wears a white t-shirt worn with a black apron, and her shoes are olive brown with dark brown on the part of her toes.
Mimi and Nyami also make appearances on MZD's FEVER! Win animation in Lapistoria, and in Dosue's FEVER! and Lose animation from éclale. Her Lose animation shows Mimi wearing a kimono retaining the colors from her appearance.
In the front cover of the Pop'n Music éclale: Original Soundtrack, Mimi wears a white marching band-inspired top matching with a beret on her head, consisting of blue collar on the front with pink-yellow edges, puffy sleeves with pink-white strips and a yellow tie. She also has a blue choker worn around her neck, matching with bows in her hair; whilst having beads on her braids, and a big miniskirt with a pink bow at the back; underneath, her bloomers remain the same, only with pink lining and yellow ruffled edges. Her boots have pink and yellow edges, worn with socks that have blue and pink stripes at the top.
|Attack||Take that (それいけー Sore ikē?)|
|Damage||Wah! (うわっ！ Uwa!?)|
|GOOD Play||Yes! (イェス！ Iesu!?)|
|BAD Play||Huh? (ありゃ？ Arya??)|
|WIN||Yeah! (イエーイ！ Iēi!?)|
|LOSE||Humph humph (ぷーぷー Pū pū?)|
Mimi's name comes from the Japanese word "Ear" (耳; みみ), referencing her large rabbit ears.
- According to a conversation in the Popper's Lounge, whether Mimi has a tail or not is "super secret".
- Mimi's hobby has consistently changed throughout the series.
- Specifically, the first game lists her hobby as shopping, while the third game finally adds chatting to her hobbies.
- Mimi's birthdate is identical to San's, Shiratori Himeko's, and Rin's.
- Both Mimi and Nyami have four fingers in the first game release. However, they have five fingers starting in Pop'n Music 2.
- Although Mimi receives a new design in うたっち, her animations are taken from Pop'n Music 16 PARTY♪
- Mimi and Nyami's outfits are exactly similar until Pop'n Stage. This is done again by Pop'n Music Best Hits! and Pop'n Music 20 fantasia.
- Mimi and Nyami's animations in Pop'n Music 20 fantasia and Sunny Park are the same as one another without being flipped.
- However, in Sunny Park, Mimi and Nyami's clothes are different.
- In Pop'n Music GB, Mimi's name is displayed as "MIMI♥chan".
- In the link illustration for Pop'n Music 5 on the official Pop'n Music site, Mimi and Nyami's scarf colors were swapped; they are shown correctly in the official Pop'n 5 website and in game.
- Mimi shares the pink jewel-shaped lapis with Sumire and Glutamine, though Sumire has a different lapis.
- Mimi and Nyami's Lose animation for Pop'n Music 13 CARNIVAL is a parody of the famous Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Lion logo.
- Shollkee, Dami-Yan, Megumi, Poet, Reo-kun, Yard the 6th, Mac, Robin&Cock, Upa, Foxy, Johnny Jounishi, Cecil, Lucifelle, Dooooom, Hone, Bubbles, Silent Room, Yamabuki and Marin make cameos in Mimi Nyami's video, each one representing a pop'n music arcade title from the first game to TUNE STREET.
- MZD's silhouette also appears at the end of Mimi and Nyami's video.
- Mimi appears on other media besides crossover BEMANI games:
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