|“||I was looking for America, and found Springfield instead.||”|
— Kumiko's unlock message
Kumiko is a character who was released for free during the Married to the Blob Promotional in January 2014.
About[edit | edit source]
Kumiko came to Springfield when she was touring around America's saddest towns and cities. She walked past Comic Book Guy's shop and saw him through the window and liked him. She came into the Android's Dungeon to purchase a copy of New Radioactive Man #1 and revealed to Comic Book Guy that she liked to draw manga and was drawing her life up, showing Comic Book Guy a panel in her comic, Coming-Of-Age Sad Happy Book. Comic Book Guy then gives her flowers in a Hulk hand.
Jobs[edit | edit source]
|Eat America’s Saddest Fast Food||70
|Ogle Nerd Candy||420
|Watch Monkey Trauma Center Marathon||600
Promo's Quest Based Jobs
|Visit America’s Saddest Kwik-E-Mart||110
|2h||Kwik-E-Mart||The Saddest Town in America Pt. 2|
Quest Based Jobs
|Storm Police Station||420
|12h||Police Station||Two Extra Eyes On Springfield Pt. 5|
|Attend Court Hearing||420
|12h||Court House||Two Extra Eyes On Springfield Pt. 7|
|24h||Town Hall||Two Extra Eyes On Springfield Pt. 4|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In the episode Married to the Blob, Kumiko gets married to the Comic Book Guy.
- Kawaii (meaning lovable, cute, or adorable) is the quality of cuteness in the context of Japanese culture. This task involves her dancing to Japanese singer Kyary Pamyu Pamyu's song "PonPonPon". "PonPonPon" was used as the music during Kumiko and Comic Book Guy's montage during her debut episode.
- She is the first Japanese character in Tapped Out.
- Kumiko is the first character to appear in the game before appearing in The Simpsons.
- Her 24h job is the same as Homer's (Watch Monkey Trauma Center Marathon).
- During the Swanky Fish quest involving Comic Book Guy, he says, "A new sushi restaurant? Well, I don't have a Japanese girlfriend yet -- SPOILER ALERT! -- but I may as well prime my palate.". This is referring to Kumiko.