- This article is about the girl from Jingle Village. For the Namekian Elder, see Tsuno.
Red Ribbon Army Saga
Main article: Red Ribbon Army Saga
Suno shows up in the series for the first time when she rescues Goku from the freezing weather when his airplane crashes in the cold northern region. She appears to have a crush on Goku, even asking her mother if she could keep him. When Goku had come back from Muscle Tower, she thought he was running to her, but he was actually running to the food she was holding.
King Piccolo Saga
Main article: King Piccolo Saga After the Red Ribbon Army Saga, she later appears in the anime filler of the King Piccolo Saga when King Piccolo disrupts a town's celebrations as she was about to give the king of the world some flowers.
Dragon Ball Z
Majin Buu Saga
Main article: Kid Buu Saga
Now an adult, she reappears in Dragon Ball Z, when Goku asks for energy for the Super Spirit Bomb to defeat Kid Buu. She is at Jingle Village with Android 8 and the Jingle Village Chief when giving energy for Goku's Super Spirit Bomb.
Dragon Ball GT
Main article: Baby Saga
In Dragon Ball GT, she makes her final appearance alongside Android 8 and the other villagers when Goku takes them to New Planet Plant, before Earth explodes due to the use of the Black Star Dragon Balls by Baby.
Appearances in other media
Goku's Traffic Safety
Video Game Appearances
Suno appears at Jingle Village in the cutscenes in Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu, Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden, Dragon Ball Advanced Adventure, and Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo. She also appears in Dragon Ball RPG: Shōnen-hen. She and Android 8 are heard talking in the final level of the Majin Buu Saga conclusion in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3.
Suno appears in Dragon Ball: Origins 2 in the same role she had in the manga, and also in special bonus levels. In the bonus level 2-5, Suno befriends a Yeti and Android 8 attacks it thinking the Yeti had kidnapped Suno. In bonus level 2-6, Suno finds the Red Ribbon Robot that had piloted an airplane for Goku in the snow and asks Goku to find its five missing parts for Android 8 to repair it.
Suno appears as an adult in Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans, trying to rescue Eighter from Muscle Tower. When the Z Fighters come in search of the remaining Dragon Balls with Goku having been brought back to life by Baba to assist his friends and Gohan in locating them, Suno is reunited with the now adult Goku whom she informs of Eighter's plight and that he had found one of the Dragon Balls they and the resurgent Red Ribbon Army were searching for. She explains that General White has returned and captured Eighter along with the Dragon Ball he found. Goku resolves to help his old friend and stop General White's evil plan. Goku discovers that Eighter had been brainwashed by General White who orders Eighter to attack Goku and the Z Fighters, but Goku defeat General White and Eighter freeing his and Suno's friend in the process. Eighter gives Goku the Dragon Ball as thanks for rescuing him and defeating General White before returning to Jingle Village with Suno. The Z-Fighters can visit Suno and Eighter in Jingle Village afterwards.
- Japanese: Naoko Watanabe (DB), Mayumi Tanaka (DBZ, DB Kai), Hiroko Emori (Revenge of King Piccolo)
- Funimation dub: Carol Hope (DB), Susan Huber (DBZ), Laura Bailey (Budokai Tenkaichi 3, Revenge of King Piccolo), Felecia Angelle (DBZ Kai: TFC)
- Portuguese dub: Cristina Cavalinhos
- Italian dub: Federica Valenti
- Tagalog dub: Charmaine Cordoviz
- Her name is similar to the Japanese pronunciation of "Snow".
- Suno has red hair in the anime, but is blonde in the manga.
- She resembles Penny, the little red-haired girl from Curse of the Blood Rubies. Also, Suno's mother looks very similar to Penny's Mother.
- In the episode "Yamcha vs. Tien", a girl resembling Suno is shown in the crowd while Oolong is searching for Master Roshi at the 22nd World Martial Arts Tournament.