Synonyms for cinnamoroll or Related words with cinnamoroll

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Examples of "cinnamoroll"
Cinnamoroll is the second most popular Sanrio character franchise next to Hello Kitty, somehow not what Sanrio had expected in such a short time. The popularity of Cinnamoroll and minor characters kicked off in 2005 to a kind of "spinoff" called The Cinnamoangels which features Cinnamoroll's friend Mocha, Chiffon and Azuki. In 2011, Cinnamoroll got his own blog on the Japanese blogging and social networking website Ameba. In 2012, Cinnamoroll celebrated his 10th anniversary. To celebrate Cinnamoroll's 10th Anniversary an airport in Japan called Haneda Airport had a Cinnamoroll showcase showing fan taken photos and some original Cinnamoroll pictures. There is an also, a Cinnamoroll statue that can be seen outside Bandai Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan.
The series resulted in increased attention towards a Cinnamoroll movie.
Cinnamoroll has a series of three travel picture books called "Cinnamon Travel Ehon" (シナモントラベルえほん). Another Japanese Cinnamoroll book is "Cinnamon ga Ippai!, labelled as an "official fan book"."
Cinnamoroll quickly became the star of video games. There are four video games that features him and his friends. The earliest video games were "Cinnamoroll Koko ni Iruyo" which was released in Japan in 2003, and "Cinnamoroll FuwaFuwa Daibouken" which was released in Japan in 2005 which were only for the Game Boy Advance. Nintendo also made two Nintendo DS games called "Cinnamoroll: Ohanashi shiyo! - Kira Kira DE Kore Cafe" made in 2006, and a Pin Ball game called "Cinnamoroll: Kurukuru Sweets Paradise" made in 2007. He also made appearances in Hello Kitty games like Hello Kitty: Big City Dreams, Hello Kitty Birthday Adventures for the DS and Hello Kitty Seasons on the Wii. Cinnamoroll's friends also appear in certain areas in Hello Kitty Seasons. Cinnamoroll also appears in Sanrio's first and only Massively multiplayer online role-playing game called Hello Kitty Online as a NPC in certain special quests. The Cinnamoangels also made cameo appearances in Hello Kitty Online as statues in London along. While Cinnamoroll's friend Mocha and Chiffon and can be seen as one of the emoticons in a Cinnamoroll themed guild. Cinnamoroll also shows up in "Hello Kitty World" for the Android and iPhone as one of the characters you unlock once you add a new attraction when you reach a certain level. Cinnamoroll is also one of the racers in "Hello Kitty Kruisers" which is available for the Android,iPhone and Wii U.
Jonathan Clements and Helen McCarthy, authors of "", referred to "Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll" as "sugar-sweet".
In the 2007, stop-motion series "Hello Kitty Stump Village". Cinnamoroll is one of the main characters next to Hello Kitty, My Melody, Pom Pom Purin, and Badtz-Maru. In the 2008, animated CGI TV series "The Adventures of Hello Kitty & Friends" Cinnamoroll is a minor character, and debuts in an episode called "Cinnamoroll Cafe" where he is building his own cafe. But, is to shy to ask for help.
Other Cinnamoroll videos include "Zēnbu! Cinnamon", "Cinnamon no Himitsu no Tobira", "ABCinnamon Eigo de Asobo!" and titles in the Sanrio Pokoapoko series.
My Melody has been turned into a Pullip doll, like two other Sanrio characters, Hello Kitty and Cinnamoroll. The doll includes a toy of Flat the mouse.
Cinnamoroll is a sweet, shy boy who runs a coffee shop on wheels around SanrioTown. His ability to fly using his big floppy ears comes in handy.
When he was first created by Sanrio in 2001, he was called . A year later he was "renamed" , to remedy any problems with the registration of the mark overseas, however he is now called in both ways, but also more simply . As of 2007, Cinnamoroll's original name "Baby Cinnamon" is no longer being used by Sanrio and is officially called "Cinnamoroll". In Japan, he is still named "Cinnamoroll" but he is mostly called "Cinnamon".
Berry and Cherry are two demons in Mary Land living in the world called , which is the name Cinnamoroll spelled backwards. The duo serves as the narrators of Onegai My Melody Kirara★ and usually appears in eyecatches.
A novel adaptation titled was released by Kadokawa Shoten under the Tsubasa Bunko label on September 12, 2014 which stars Cinnamoroll and Poron going through various adventures along with doing time traveling.
Cinnamoroll is also the host of the boat ride attraction called "Sanrio Character Boat Ride" at Sanrio Puroland and Harmonyland where he invites guests to attend Hello Kitty and Dear Daniel's wedding.
Due to cross promotion with Sanrio, there are special characters in "Dragon Friends". Including Hello Kitty, My Melody. Kuromi.and Cinnamoroll. These characters were first released through the special event.
Her Magical Pokémon Journey has been published in the US by Viz Media, in Singapore in English by Chuang Yi, and in France by Glénat. "Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll" has also been published in English by VizKids.
This series tells the story of a cloud puppy who learns how to fly and moves into a café. The cafe's owner believes that the puppy's tail looks like a cinnamon roll, so the owner gives him the name "Cinnamoroll". He and his friends go on adventures and face the antagonist, a dark cloud named Cavity.
(also stylized as "USAHANA") is a little girl rabbit who loves summer. She was released by Sanrio in 2001. Her birthday is August 7 and her real name is Hanachan. Her eye-catching attributes are her different colored ears, one pink and one blue, and the flower she wears on her head. She debuted alongside Cinnamoroll in 2001.
Yumi Tsukirino (born 5 January) is a female Japanese comics creator born in Saitama Prefecture. Representative works are "Magical Pokémon Journey" and "Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll". Nicknamed YOji, she previously used the pen name (which is pronounced the same as her current name but uses different Japanese characters). Her favourite Pokémon is Sandslash.
"Together" is Tohoshinki's 15th Japanese single. It was released on December 19, 2007 and debuted at #2 on the Oricon Daily Charts, ending as #3 overall for the week. Together is used as the ending song for the Sanrio and Madhouse Animated Film, "Cinnamoroll The Movie".
The called Cinnamon Angels in the English version of the Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll manga. Are a trio of trendy puppies formed by Mocha (whose birthday is the 20th February), Chiffon (whose birthday is the 14th January) and Azuki (Whose birthday is September 25). The founder of the group Mocha, has big dreams of becoming a TV idol and both Azuki and Chiffon support her. The three were released by Sanrio in 2005 and has several Music Videos featuring the trio. The Cinnamoangels also show up in the third volume of Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll and even have their own stories and adventures. Most of the time in the manga, the Cinnamoangels attempt to see "The Caramels" a boy band and each of the Angels have a crush on each member. Mocha is a huge fan of the main singer of the band, and tries her hardest to see the guys in person to the annoyance of Chiffon and Azuki.