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Coji-Coji manga volumes 1 by Momoko Sakura.jpg
Cover of manga volume 1.
(Koji Koji)
Genre Fantasy
Written by Momoko Sakura
Published by Sony Magazines
Demographic Shōjo
Imprint Sony Magazines Comics
Magazine Kimi to Boku
Original run December 1994May 1997
Volumes 3
Anime television series
Sakura Momoko Gekijō Coji-Coji
Directed by Jun Takagi
Written by Momoko Sakura
Music by Hideo Shimazu
Studio Nippon Animation, Artland
Network TBS
Original run October 4, 1997September 25, 1999
Episodes 100 + 1 special
Sakura Momoko Gekijō Coji-Coji
Developer Psy-Gong
Publisher Marvelous Entertainment
Genre Party game
Platform Dreamcast
Released April 20, 2000
CRA Sakura Momoko Gekijō Coji-Coji
Publisher NewGin
Genre Pachinko
Platform Arcade
Released 2010
Anime and Manga portal

Coji-Coji (コジコジ Koji Koji?) is a manga series by Momoko Sakura which was serialized in the shōjo magazine Kimi to Boku from December 1994 through May 1997. The manga was adapted into an anime television series titled Sakura Momoko Theater Coji-Coji (さくらももこ劇場 コジコジ Sakura Momoko Gekijō Koji Koji?) which aired from October 4, 1997 until September 25, 1999 on TBS in Japan.[1] It featured a talking snowman and a character with a kettle for a head.

In addition to the anime series, there is a Dreamcast party game from Marvelous Entertainment based on the television series. The Dreamcast microphone was used to play the game. The title character is voiced by Shizuka Aoki, and it also features the vocal talents of Urara Takano and Katashi Ishizuka. A pachinko game titled CRA Sakura Momoko Theater Coji-Coji (CRAさくらももこ劇場コジコジ Shī Aru Ei Sakura Momoko Gekijō Koji Koji?) was also released by NewGin in 2010. At least four different versions have been released.[2]


  1. ^ "テレビ編" [TV Releases]. 1998 Animage Pocket Data Notes. Animage Pocket Data Notes (in Japanese). Tokyo, Japan: Tokuma Shoten. March 1998. p. 26. 
  2. ^ ニューギン/機種紹介/パチンコ さくらももこ劇場コジコジ:設置店検索 [NewGin Model Reference: Pachinko - Sakura Momoko Gekijō Coji-Coji: Location Installation Search] (in Japanese). NewGin. 2010. Archived from the original on January 29, 2011. Retrieved January 29, 2011. 

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