- 1 Characteristics
- 2 Professional Status
- 3 Personal Status
- 4 Appearance
- 5 Personality
- 6 Biography
- 7 Other Media
- 8 Video Game Appearances
- 9 Voice Actors
- 10 Trivia
- 11 References
- 12 External links
- 13 Site Navigation
Tsuruten Tsun (husband) Tsururin Tsun (daughter) Tsukutsun Tsun (son) Tsuntsunodanoteiyugo Tsun (摘詰角田野廷遊豪 Tsun Tsuntsunodanoteiyūgō), sometimes abbreviated as Tsunoda Tsun (角田ツン), is a supporting character in Dr. Slump who makes a minor appearance in the Dragon Ball manga. She is Tsuruten's martial artist wife who frequently beats him up for his perverted ways. She is also the mother of Tsururin and Tsukutsun.
Tsuntsunodanoteiyugo Tsun is a slender middle-aged woman of average height who is always seen wearing her black hair tied up in a bun and red lipstick. She is usually seen wearing a cheongsam (Chinese dress, also known as a qipao) and flat slippers, although the color of her cheongsam varies from appearance to appearance.
Despite her calm appearance, Tsuntsunodanoteiyugo is a short-tempered, easily-agitated woman who gets angered very easily especially by her husband's lecherous behavior. However, she does care for him deeply and sometimes calls him "Honey-pit". She is good friends with Midori and Mame Soramame.
She went with Tsuruten Tsun and the rest of her family on the Reh Tsu Goh leaving their hometown of Plub Pah-Tui in China to go to the Moon but when passing over Penguin Village their spaceship crash lands into Penguin Village next to the Norimaki Residence where they became their neighbors.
Sometime after their kids graduated Penguin Village High School and got married, Tsuntsunodanoteiyugo along with Tsuruten moved back to China.
Dr. Slump remake
In the remake, her dress which was originally green was changed to a red dress as well as her skin is more white. When she hears about the Dragon Balls, she secretly hides with her husband to try to get the wish, but Dr. Mashirito snatches the balls before anyone was able to summon the Dragon.
Video Game Appearances
- Japanese: Mitsuko Horie (1980's series), Michie Tomizawa (1997 series)
- Her name comes from an old marketing jingle of the Japanese bicycle manufacturer Tsunoda.
- She appears in the Dragon Ball manga, but not the anime.
- Her personality and appearance is the base for the adult Chi-Chi in Dragon Ball Z.
- Dr. Slump chapter 200, "N'cha, Penguin Village Ten Years from Now!"