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Cocoa Amaguri (甘栗ココア Amaguri Kokoa) is a famous pop idol who is the actress for the Great Saiyaman's love interest in Barry Kahn's movie Great Saiyaman vs. Mr. Satan.

Appearance

Cocoa's last name, Amaguri, means "sweet chestnut". Appropriately, she has dark colored eyes and chestnut hair. She is seen wearing a small ponytail with some bangs sticking out. She also wears a brown type of dress with a short dark-light green jacket. For her role in the Saiyaman movie, she is seen with a cute pink dress with small touches, long white gloves, and a cute red bow.

Personality

Cocoa is a young-looking girl with a sweet personality. She often acts cute-looking especially in front of Gohan. She developed a crush on Gohan during the time when they were making the Saiyaman movie.

Biography

Dragon Ball Super

"Future" Trunks Saga

Main article: "Future" Trunks Saga Cocoa was picked to play the role of damsel in distress in the Great Saiyaman vs Mr. Satan film. She overhears the conversation between Gohan and Bulma and learns that Gohan is secretly the Great Saiyaman. She offers her silence in exchange for a fly around the city and also for him to practice a scene with her. However, it was revealed that Barry Kahn forced her to convince Gohan into practicing a scene with her, using it as a mean to destroy her career and sabotage Gohan's relationship with Videl. During the rehearsal scene, she cursed herself for not having any talent unlike Gohan's, however, the latter soon cheered her up telling her despite being able to fly and to use ki, he is still a long way from making his wife and daughter happy, and that they should work harder to achieve their goals. Touched by his kind and inspiring words, Cocoa managed to light up and quickly developed a crush on Gohan. After they finished the rehearsal scene, she kissed Gohan, much to the latter's surprise, and mentally thanked him for his support; saying that she will be doing her best to achieve her goals.

Voice Actresses

Trivia

  • Cocoa Amaguri's name is derived from the two words, "Cocoa" meaning "cocoa powder", and "Amaguri" in Japanese meaning "sweet chestnut".

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