Cinnamoroll is easily one of Sanrio’s most beloved characters. His cute design and lovable group of friends make it easy to see why he’s so popular. But did you know he’s the star of a manga called Fluffy Fluffy Cinnamoroll?
Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll takes readers on amazing adventures, where he helps out at Café Cinnamon, rescues his friends from dastardly schemes, and still has time to enjoy his favorite food: cinnamon rolls! Want to learn more? Join us as we take you through our ultimate guide to Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll.
Cinnamoroll is a cloud puppy with a cinnamon roll-like tail, and long ears that he uses to fly high. In Sanrio’s 2023 Character Ranking, he took first place as its most famous character. And, if you’re curious, his birthday is on March 6.
Here’s a fun fact: Cinnamoroll used to have a different name! He was once called “Baby Cinnamon,” but because of problems registering his trademark, Sanrio changed his name to “Cinnamoroll.” Other times, people call him “Cinnamon.”
Cinnamoroll lives in Café Cinnamon with its human owner, Anna. His friends are Cappuccino, Chiffon, Espresso, Mocha, and Milk. He also has enemies: Dark Cloud Cavity, demons Berry and Cherry, puppies Black, Cocoa, and Bitter, and the wizard Chowder.
A manga is a graphic novel, comic, or cartoon made in Japan. People read it from right to left and in black and white. Manga comes in many genres, including romance, action, fantasy, and horror. It also has genres in accordance with age or gender, including shōnen (boys’ comics), shōjo (girls’ comics), and kodomo (children’s comics).
Before manga, people combined stories with beautiful artwork in emakimono (illustrated scrolls). The best examples, including the Shigisan Engi Emaki, debuted during the 12th and 13th centuries. There were also Western-style Japanese cartoons in the 18th and 19th centuries. However, the first comic strip officially called manga was Jiji Manga, published in 1902.
Manga is famous worldwide, with people reading translations or learning Japanese to read them in the original language. Some of the most popular series are One Piece, Detective Conan, Dragon Ball, and Naruto. They’ve been adapted into anime, video games, and/or live-action films. They even have manga cafes where you can enjoy them!
Yumi Tsukirino created Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll based on an original concept by Chisato Seki. The manga ran in five volumes from August 2005 to March 2008 in the Pucchigumi magazine. Most pages are in black and white, with some in full color.
Cinnamoroll falls from the sky one day and is found by Anna, the owner of Café Cinnamon. She decides to take him in and make him the mascot. Besides working at the café, he also goes on magical (and yummy!) adventures with his friends.
Cinnamoroll’s friends are just as cool as he is. Baby Milk tries to save the day despite being tiny. Mocha is the “mom” of the group and is very creative. Tomboy Chiffon is lively and outspoken. Espresso is sophisticated and talented, while Cappuccino is more lazy and laid-back. Readers can fall in love with all of these characters!
Are you interested in enjoying cute items featuring characters like Cinnamoroll? Check out YumeTwins! YumeTwins sends all of your fave character goods, from cute Japanese plushies to stationery and more, straight from Tokyo!
There are so many great moments from the manga that we couldn’t decide which ones to discuss! Here are some of the best parts from Volume 1:
Cinnamoroll learns how to fly. Cinnamoroll lives in the sky with his family. No matter how hard he tries, he’s unable to fly. One day, he discovers the secret: flapping his ears!
Arrival at Café Cinnamon. Lured by the delicious smell of cinnamon rolls, Cinnamoroll falls down a chimney into Café Cinnamon! Anna gives him his new name, and he meets Mocha, Milk, and the other puppies.
First encounter with Cavity. Milk goes through a secret door and gets lost. Cinnamoroll hurries after him and has his first fight with Cavity. The dark cloud wants Cinnamoroll for his powers and will do anything to capture him!
Mysterious map. The puppies find a strange map in Café Cinnamon’s basement. They talk to Baumkuchen, the wise old tree, to uncover its secrets and get lost inside a wheat field. What is the treasure? Will they find it? Read the manga to find out!
Adorable art. Cinnamoroll and his puppy friends are drawn with love. Each panel is the perfect balance of text and picture. It’s no wonder why so many people love this manga!
Lovable characters. Cinnamoroll is kindhearted and always looking out for everyone. The rest of the cast is just as likable, and even villains like Cavity have their charm.
Engaging tales. Each story has humorous dialogue, heart-pumping action, and moments tugging at readers’ heartstrings. There’s the right amount of sugar, spice, and everything excellent, leaving you satisfied and looking forward to the next volume.
Feel-good atmosphere. No matter how big the dilemma, Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll stays upbeat with funny scenarios and sweet treats scattered throughout. This manga is the perfect pick-me-up when life gets you down!
Have you read Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll? What is your favorite story? Who are your favorite characters? Tell us in the comments below.
Hatsune Miku is one of the most famous Vocaloids in the world. If you plan to visit Japan, you should check out her many pop-up cafes!
Shojo manga, which are Japanese comic books or graphic novels, is about romance, relationships, and personal growth. These stories usually have a girl as the main character!
In Tokyo’s nighttime glow, moonlight magic blends ancient tales with modern creativity in Japanese pop culture. Here’s everything you need to know about it!
Get ready for an adventure as we dive into the world of Pokémon parties! Whether you’re an older trainer or just starting your journey, there’s something for everyone in this Pokemon Party!
Birthdays in the New Year are so exciting, especially if they’re for a character from your favorite anime! We’ll introduce you to anime characters with January birthdays!