Snow Bunny

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Snow Bunny
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Snow Bunny SPM.png
The Thousand-Year Door description A Zess T. dessert that refills 15 HP but freezes you.
Super Paper Mario description A chilly treat! Freezes enemies for chilly damage.

A Snow Bunny is an item found in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. It heals fifteen HP. However, the consumer will be frozen after eating it if in a battle. It is made by letting Zess T. cook together a Golden Leaf and an Ice Storm. This item is based on yukiusagi, traditional Japanese rabbit snow sculptures.

The Snow Bunny returns in Super Paper Mario, this time requiring Mario to give Dyllis a Turtley Leaf instead of a Golden Leaf. It can also be made by combining a Snow Cone or an Ice Storm with a Turtley Leaf. Also, by then mixing the Snow Bunny with a Pink Apple, Mario acquires the Berry Snow Bunny. In this game, Snow Bunnies freeze all on-screen enemies upon being used.

Snow Bunnies from Mario Party 6, in Snowflake Lake
Snow Bunnies in Mario Party 6

Snow Bunny-like creatures appear in the background on Snowflake Lake in Mario Party 6.

In Minecraft's Super Mario Mash-up, Rabbits occasionally appear resembling Snow Bunnies.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゆきうさぎ[1]
Snow Rabbit
French Lapin d'neige Snow Rabbit
German Eishase Ice Hare
Italian Coniglio Neve Snow Rabbit
Korean 눈토끼
Snow Rabbit
Spanish Conejo de Nieve Snow Rabbit


Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
  • In the Glitz Pit, if the player is challenged not to attack, using a Snow Bunny will count as failure. This is because a Snow Bunny freezes the consumer, which counts as attacking. It does not distinguish between the player attacking themselves and attacking an enemy.
  • An unused Snow Bunny sprite resembling the Super Paper Mario variant is located in the files of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.


  1. ^ "Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door From Japanese to English". (June 1, 2014). The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved January 4, 2015.