My Melody (マイメロディ, Mai Merodī), frequently known for short as My Melo (マイメロ Mai Mero), Hello Kitty‘s best friend, is a white rabbit from the Japanese characterization company Sanrio. When she debuted, she was portraying Little Red Riding Hood in her version of the classic fairy tale. That is why she wears a red (or pink) hood that covers her ears, often having a bow or a flower on her right side. She is a very honest, good-natured girl. Her favorite food is almond pound cake. She was born on January 18th in the magical forest of Mariland located in London, the home to many of her friends. Although she is often pictured with Kuromi as friends, they are rivals.
Family and Friends
My Melody's younger brother Rhythm can be a little bit of a rascal, but she loves him dearly. Her mama enjoys doing crafts and loves baking cookies with her. Her gentle, strong papa must be where she gets her kind disposition. Her treasured hood was made just for her by her very knowledgeable grandma, while her grandpa loves adventures!
She is best friends with Flat, a blue mouse who is a bit shy, and she is typically very friendly towards her rival Kuromi. My Melody's best friend is My Sweet Piano, a pink sheep who is soft, kind and girly.
With Family and Friends
- My Melody is represented in Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome Amiibo's Sanrio card pack by the normal deer villager Chelsea. She has an entire line of furniture and clothing modeled after My Melody.
- January 2016 Calendar on Sanrio.com
- January 2017 Calendar on Sanrio.com
- My Melody Character Profile on Sanrio.co.jp
- My Melody Products on Sanrio.com
- My Melody Character Goodies on Sanrio.com
- Friend of the Month: My Melody on Sanrio.com
- Friend of the Month: My Melody (blog) on Sanrio.com
- Roses and My Melody on Sanrio.co.jp
- Mariland on Sanrio.co.jp
- History of My Melody on Sanrio.co.jp
- My Melody's Family and Friends on Sanrio.co.jp
- My Melody on Wikipedia
- Littleforestfellow Profile on Sanrio.co.jp
- My Melody Ranking on SanrioCharacterRanking.com via Archive.org (2016)