Mr. Coco

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Mr. Coco
S3 Mr. Coco Render.png
Species Coconut crab
Hair color
Eye color
Gender Male
Shop Crush Station

Mr. Coco is a character in Splatoon 3 who runs the shoe shop in Splatsville, Crush Station. He is a kind-hearted coconut crab with an intimidating appearance that contrasts with his personality.



SRL Fashion Desk keeping it rolling with a report on Crush Station—your source for footwear, from sneakers to sandals. Don’t be intimidated by the shopkeeper Mr. Coco. He never skips Claw Day, but he also never skips Kindness Day, so we think you’ll find he’s a big softy.
— @SplatoonNA on Twitter[1]
You can get your kicks from Mr. Coco.
This coconut crab might look intimidating, but deep down he’s a real softie! Mr. Coco owns Crush Station, the hottest shoe store in Splatsville. You can choose your kicks based on how cool they look, but everything from trainers to sandals comes with abilities that can help you in battle.
— Play Nintendo[2]

Japan Japanese

  • 「いらっしゃいマセ☆ ココナッツクラブへ ようこそっ」
("Come on in!☆ Welcome to Crush Station.") - When a player enters the shop.
  • 「買ってくれるのっ?」
("You're buying these, right?") - When a player selects a pair of shoes.
  • 「そうびしてくかなっ?」
("Want to equip these?") - When a player buys a pair of shoes.

USA North America (English)

  • "Come in, come in! Welcome to Crush Sta- OH! You're not looking so fresh. Is everything OK? Listen, we're gonna get through this. Here's how. Go to the lobby. Get in some Turf War battles. CRUSH 'EM! Get that level up! Come back when you hit level 4, and we'll move forward together in freshness, friendo! HAAA!" - When a player below level 4 enters the shop.
  • "Come in, come in! Welcome to Crush Station. Ooo! You are looking FRESH today! But you could look even fresher with something new on your feet. Am I right? Of course I am! You know about gear abilities, right? They make the freshest kicks even fresher so you can play as good as you look. Maybe even better? Nah! Anyway, press if you wanna hear more about 'em. Or not if you just wanna keep shopping!" - When a player of level 4 or up enters the shop for the first time.
  • "Come in, come in! Welcome to Crush Sta- OH! Oh NO! You're offline! Alright, you got this. Take a deep breath, head to the lobby, and connect to the internet. I BELIEVE IN YOU!" - When entering the shop without an internet connection.
  • "Come in, come in! Welcome to Crush Station." - When a player enters the shop.
  • "These, right?" - When a player selects a pair of shoes.
  • "Wear 'em out?" - When a player buys a pair of shoes.
  • "You ARE a sneakerhead! You already got a pair of those today!" - When the player selects an already-bought pair of shoes, that cannot yet be traded in or have their star power raised.
  • "Oh nooo! You don't have the cash!" - When the player tries to buy shoes they cannot afford.
  • "Aha! You already own those, friendo! Do you want to raise the star power of your pair, or trade 'em in to reset their abilities?" - When a player tries to purchase a pair of shoes that they already have
  • "Hey! Mind if I bend your ear for just a second? You are a regular, and one of the biggest sneakerheads I've ever met. I love that about you! So I hope you'll do me the honor of accepting this commemorative badge. It's only for regulars like you! Don't sell it on the internet! HAAA!" - When a player spends over 100,000 coins at Crush Station
  • "Oh my gosh, I lost. But you WON! You’re so good at this! We should play again, OK? Not just so I can get a chance to win… but also NOT that! Heehee!" - When a player wins a Tableturf Battle
  • "Ooo, I won! Wheee, haha! What a fun game this is! Don’t get me wrong- you were tough! I definitely want a whole bunch of rematches against you." - When a player loses a Tableturf Battle
  • "I just wanna thank you for always choosing me for these super-great Tableturf Battles! I feel like we're learning from each other and having fun too. So I got you a little something... I hope you can use these cool card sleeves!" - When a player wins 30 matches against Mr. Coco at level 3.

Netherlands Dutch

  • "Kom erin! Kom erin! Welkom in Kr- Oooo! Je ziet er niet zo vers uit! Gaat alles goed?! Komt goed! Geen zorgen! Ga eerst naar de lobby, speel een paar potjes Grondoorlog, en dan bereik je voor je het weet een megavers niveau! Zodra je niveau 4 hebt bereikt, moet je hier terugkomen en een heleboel schoenen kopen! Hahaha!"
("Come in! Come in! Welkom to Cr- Ooooh! You are not looking so fresh! Is everything going okay?! It will be fine! Do not worry! Go to the lobby first, play a couple of Turf War games, and then you will reach a mega-fresh level before you know it! Once you have reached level 4, you have to come back and buy a lot of shoes here! Hahaha!") - When a player below level 4 enters the shop.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ヤシガニさん
Mr. Coconut Crab
Netherlands Dutch Koko From kokoskrab (coconut crab)
France French M. Coco Mr. Coco, pun on Crabe de cocotier (coconut crab)
Germany German Palmino From Palmendieb (coconut crab)
Italy Italian Granluca From granchio (crab) and the male given name Gianluca
Russia Russian Боря Крабко
Borya Krabko
From Боря Borya (abbreviation/diminutive of the Russian name Boris) and краб krab (crab)
Borya Crabko
Spain Spanish Sr. Pinzón Mr. Big Claws
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 椰子蟹先生
Yēzi xiè xiānshēng
Mr. Coconut Crab
South Korea Korean Mr. 야자집게
Mr. Yajajibge
Mr. Palm Claws
Portugal Portuguese Mr. Coco Same as English

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