Name Translation: "ベリー Berii" - Berry (Japanese
equivalent in kana), "白 Shira" - white, "雪 yuki" - snow
Name Pronunciation: Beh-ree Shee-rah-yoo-kee
Alias: Mew Berry
(ミュウ・ベリー Myuu Berii)
Signature Color: White, though it looks closer to off-white/cream.
This maybe be reference to the French phrase À la mode, which to most
Americans, means "with ice cream". The Saint Rose Crusaders, however,
refer to her as "The White Mew Mew".
Birthday: January 5
Zodiac sign: Capricorn
Weight: 85 lbs.
Hair Color: Natural blonde (slightly lighter blonde in her Mew form)
Eye Color: Brown (Dark Red in her Mew form)
Blood Type: A
Favorite Foods: Cake, Fruits and Carrots (probably due to her being
fused with a rabbit)
Least Favorite Food: chicken
Likes: Collects Cute Clothes, and her new friends at Café Mew Mew
Mew Mark: None.
Transformation saying: Mew Mew Berry Metamorphose!
Animal: Andean Cat and Amami Rabbit
Motto: "Having lots of energy is the most important thing!"
Skills: Speaks French (grandfather taught her), and can eat ten cakes
Love interest: Tasuku Meguro. At first, Tasuku was her childhood
friend, and she was mainly annoyed by him, by how he would appear out
of nowhere and hug her. Later, however, she would start blushing when
he was around, and eventually realized her feelings for him.
Weapon: It's actually Ucha (R2003); He transforms into a staff/wand
topped with a upside down strawberry, surrounded by bunny heads. The
exact name of this weapon is unknown, possibly because of an overlook
by Ikumi and Reiko, but many fans refer to it as "Raspberry Wand",
"Strawberry Staff", "Loveberry Rod"(possibly related to her attack
name), and variations of those.
Attacks: Reborn Loveberry Check
riboun rabuberii chekku)
This attack could possibly be a spin-off to Ichigo's attack.
Reborn Doubleberry Check
riboun daburu berii chekku)
This attack is used with Mew Ichigo.
"Reborn" was incorrectly translated as "Ribbon" in the English version
of the manga. In the Japanese manga it was written as
リボーン riboun, which is "reborn". But, to an
English native speaker, it roughly looks like "ribbon", so Tokyopop
assumed it was "ribbon" which is seen throughout the entire manga
series. However, many fans still call it "ribbon," as do fansubs and
fandubs, as a vast mojority of fans do not know the correct