|Age||27 (start of the series);|
31 (Post-Time Skip)
Four Heavenly Kings
|Relatives||Ichiryu (adoptive father)|
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|“||This time I'll be the one cooking you... using poison as the spice.||”|
—Coco, to Gido in their fight.
Coco (ココ) is the "Gentleman" of the "Four Heavenly Kings" (四天王 Shitennou) and is good friends with Toriko, with whom he was raised with and trained with. While Toriko mostly relies on his brute strength, Coco prefers using stealthy techniques and cunning strategy to subdue aggressors. He is also strong defensively; he is immune to five hundred different kinds of poison. Coco is also a world-famous Fortune Teller whose fortune-telling abilities have made him extremely popular with women and results in him being mobbed by customers when he is in public. He, and the other Four Heavenly Kings, were trained by Ichiryu, the President of the IGO.
Coco is a very tall, muscular 27 year old man with a striking face. He has black hair the style of which fluctuates frequently; it is straight naturally and choppy and fluffy when cut short. Coco has prominent sideburns running down to the angles of his jaws, and short bushy eyebrows. He has piercing brown eyes; they are black in the manga but are colored a much lighter brown in the anime. Coco generally wears an all black suit with green bands wrapping around it at the wrists, elbows, waist, neck and an additional one on top of his head. He has been shown to remove these bands to fight, suggesting that they restrict his poison capabilities somewhat. On his turban he wears a purple pin in the shape of the letter "P". Coco's ears are pierced; his right ear sports gold stud in the lobe and what is either two purple studs or an industrial piercing in the scapha, and in his left ear is a single gauged plug from which dangles a fuchsia chain that attaches to a clasp worn on the helix of the same ear.
Coco is known as the Gentleman of the Four Heavenly Kings, and as such acts in a very kind manner. He has experienced a very uncomfortable life in the past due to his ability to produce venom and his massive degree of mithridatism, which is abnormal to even Gourmet Hunters. IGO scientists wanted to use him for various medical serums that could be derived from his body. While being a very respectful and well mannered person he usually tends to keep people at arms length (while doing this in a most polite way) due to his past and the fear of poisoning others, a problem which he did overcome thanks to Komatsu's cheerful personality. Coco lives a semi-isolated lifestyle by making his home on top of a geological tower in the middle of a valley. He reaches it by flying across the rift on the back of his pet Emperor Crow, Kiss. Coco lives in this remote fashion due to the fear of accidentally poisoning other people (before Komatsu helped cure him of this phobia, see above), though (before returning to Gourmet hunting due to Toriko's insistence on his help with hunting Puffer Whales) he does go into Gourmet Fortune in order to make a living off of soothsaying. Despite keeping people at arm long or being poisonous he is very popular with people especially ladies as they run up to him while calling him "Coco-sama". On the anime, even when they were told that he was poisonous, they still considered him handsome much to Sunny's jealousy who stated that his techniques are more beautiful than Coco's poison.
Despite his inherently gentle nature, Coco has displayed that he is ruthless when facing powerful enemies. Coco uses his exceptional intelligence as a dangerous trickster and master of manipulation. When facing the GT Robot remotely piloted by Gido at Regal Plateau, he used his Poison Hell attack as cover to launch nitric acid and hydrochloric acid at the robot. Coco knew that Gido would ignite the Poison Hell gas cloud in defiance; and when the latter did so he evaporated the nitric acid and hydrochloric acid, allowing it to seep into the cavity containing the GT Robot's two-way antenna. The two acids mixed into aqua regia on the gold-plated antenna, destroying it and rendering Gido's GT Robot immobile.
During the Meteor Garlic Arc, Coco tricked his opponent Livebearer during a game of "Food Concentration" (a variation of the card game "Nervous Breakdown"). Through his actions during the game, Coco manipulated Livebearer into eating ingredients that would prevent him from negating the toxins within the Poison Potato, the final pair of cards the latter was outwitted into drawing. Livebearer could not consume the Poison Potato and lost the game. At the same time, Coco set up Toriko with ingredients that would virtually negate the Poison Potato's toxins, on a hunch that the ingredient would be compatible with Toriko's Gourmet Cells.
Full Course MenuEdit
|Coco's Full Course Menu|
|Soup||Lee Dragon's Tears||21||Decided|
|Fish Dish||Breo Swordfish||18||Decided|
|Meat Dish||G2 Phoenix||25||Decided|
|Drink||ATOM (yet to acquire)||Unknown||Decided|
Appearances in Other MediaEdit
One Piece x Toriko CrossoverEdit
Coco makes an appearance near the end of the One Piece x Toriko Crossover manga special, where he along with several other characters from both franchises show up for the big dinner party prepared by Toriko and Luffy.
Coco appears in the anime's first Toriko x One Piece Crossover in the second half of the story alongside Sunny and Rin, who came to Hungry-la Island to help Toriko and Komatsu on their hunt for the island's legendary ingredient. When they arrive they find Toriko and Luffy's group surrounded by Caste Leos and they quickly manage to subdue them with their abilities. The complete group then heads out to the mountain where Cocoalas reside to save Nami and Komatsu, who were taken away by them as an offering to the Knock-out Koala. Once the group arrives to the mountain they and Coco fight off the feral Cocoalas while Toriko and Luffy deal with the giant Knock-out Koala who has Nami and Komatsu captive. After Toriko and Luffy manage to defeat it, the Straw Hats and the Four Heavenly Kings bid each other farewell, however the two groups remain perplexed to the identities of the members in each other's group who they did not get the chance to meet.
Coco appears in the anime's second Toriko x One Piece Crossover as well.
One Piece x Toriko x Dragon BallEdit
In this special crossover featuring characters from Toriko, One Piece and Dragon Ball, Coco appears in the stands cheering on Toriko in his fight against Luffy and Goku. Later along with the rest of the characters, he is seen contending in the race to capture the Big Toro.
Toriko 3D MovieEdit
Toriko the Movie: Bishokushin's Special MenuEdit
Coco appears in the second Toriko film, Toriko the Movie: Bishokushin's Special Menu.
Toriko: Gourmet SurvivalEdit
In his video game debut Toriko: Gourmet Survival, Coco, along with Toriko, Komatsu and Sunny are hired by the wealthy millionaire Fond De Bohno to capture ingredients for him on the dangerous Megamori Island.
Toriko: Gourmet Survival 2Edit
Coco makes a return appearance in the video game Toriko: Gourmet Survival 2 as a playable character once again. In the game's story, he joins Toriko, Sunny and Komatsu in their ingredient expedition through the Gattsuki Continent where beasts from around the world and all capture levels reside.
Toriko: Gourmet MonstersEdit
In Toriko: Gourmet Monsters, Coco appears along with the other Four Kings to take part in the Gourmet Royale beast bouts and during the game they visit several locations around the world looking for the strongest beasts they can find and tame for the bouts. Along the way, a legendary species of beast that once almost destroyed the planet's ecosystem in ancient times has somehow been revived and the Four Heavenly Kings are called in to deal with the reborn Death Gores and the new monstrosity, the Death Gore Chimera.
Toriko: Gourmet AcademyEdit
In the manga spin-off Toriko: Gourmet Academy, a younger version of Coco appears as a student at Gourmet Academy along with the rest of the Four Heavenly Kings and Komatsu.
- He ranked 2nd in the first Popularity Poll with 2256 votes.
- He is the only Heavenly King who hasn't shown any interest in Komatsu as a combo partner.
- He has a strong resemblance to Acacia.
- Coco scored 4 in Power, 6 in Speed, 10 in Intelligence, 3 in Appetite and 9 in Special Abilities on his Capture Ability Data of Volume 5, by the events of Regal Mammoth Arc.
- In a special "Dream Combo" poll held for Volume 29.5 in which fans could vote for their favorite current or potential hunter/chef combo, Coco and Tylan were selected as a popular potential combo by the author who placed the combo as a number 1 ranker in compatibility, likely due to their shared affinity for poisons.
|Four Heavenly Kings|
|Four Heavenly Kings||Toriko • Coco • Sunny • Zebra|
|Animal Partners||Terry Cloth • Ob • Kiss • Quinn • Dharma Horse (temporary) • Octo-chan • Denshark (temporary) • Crabbus (temporary) • Turtloon (temporary) • Battleship Pufferfish (temporary) • Walrhouse (temporary) • Submarjack (temporary)|
|Support Group||0th Biotope • Aimaru • Brunch • Chichi • Chin Chinchin • Chiru • Chiyo • Damala Sky XIII • Gourmet Knights • Gourmet Yakuza • IGO • Jiji • Jiro • Johannes • Kaka • Komatsu • Livebearer • Mansam • Match • Melk the Second • Morijii • Pukin • Rin • Setsuno • Shokurin Temple • Shuu • Starjun • Takimaru • Teppei (formerly) • Tom • Tylan • Underground Cooking World • Wabutora • Yuda • Yun|
|Related Articles||Toriko's Sweets House • Coco's House • Sunny's Helicopter • Full Course Menus • Allies|
|Known Gourmet Hunters||Toriko • Coco • Sunny • Zebra • Acacia • Ichiryu • Jiro • Midora • Atashino • Buchichupon • Brubo • Chin Chinchin • Drunker • Guemon • Hatch • Manan • Morijii • Nosh • Peck • Penpen • Rapp • Renalle • Ryoutei • Starjun • Safla • Sakura • Thor • Tsurara Mama • Yocchi • Zongeh • Manabu Sakamaki • Shusaku Shirakawa • Makky|
|Groups||Four Heavenly Kings • Gourmet Corp. • Gourmet Yakuza • Gourmet Knights • Hex Food Beast Knights • Underground Heavenly Kings|
|Related Articles||Combo • Animal Partner • Gourmet Cells • Full Course Menu • Knocking • Weapons • GT Robo • Bar Heavy Lodge • World Kitchen|