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Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi TV Show Facts

Ami is the optimistic and perky chick in Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi.
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Yumi's a bit more jaded than Ami.
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Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi follows the adventures of two totally cool rock stars as they travel the world to perform gigs and hang in their hometown of Tokyo!

Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi - Main Cast

  • Ami - Ami is an ultra-perky gal with pom-pom hair. She's enthusiastic, optimistic and is usually the one to find solutions to problems.
  • Yumi - This member of the duo is a hard rockin' chick with a no-nonsense attitude towards life, fame and fortune.
  • Kaz - Kaz is Ami and Yumi's dedicated manager, but his love for money often gets him and the band into lots of trouble!
  • Jeng Kang and Terikai - Ami and Yumi's cats love to annoy Kaz.

Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi - Fun Facts

  • The cartoon is based on Ami Onuki and Yumi Yoshimura, the lead singers of the hugely popular Japanese pop/rock band, Puffy AmiYumi.
  • Many of Puffy AmiYumi's catchy J-pop hits are featured on the show. They sing the theme song for Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, as well as the theme song for Teen Titans.
  • When the show first aired on the Cartoon Network, it scored the highest rating ever for a cartoon premier.
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Silver71

Silver71 wrote:

I was a 3 when this show came on. i still remeber it
commented: Sun May 25, 2014

Arthur Kirkland
I miss this show.
commented: Wed Aug 15, 2012

coritz

coritz wrote:

why not anyhting about all the other old shows that no one but me watches? like ozzy a...
commented: Wed May 09, 2012

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