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Quito is one of the characters from Pop'n Music 17 THE MOVIE.


A young man traveling with a condor through the Andes mountains, there's a reflection of the clear blue sky today in Lake Titicaca.[1]


Quito is an Uru boy with an Andean condor obscuring his ear-length brown hair, pierced right ear and black eyes. He wears a wing-shaped cape with red and white plumage and a white condor-esque ruff lining the base of his neck, moccasin boots, brown gloves, a Quechua textile top, black sleeves and matching pants. Quito additionally carries around arrows and a bow.

Quito has a 2P palette that colors his poncho blue, and the bottom of his clothing is gray and black. The top has the colors of magenta, powder blue, green, and blue. The condor on top of his head has a fuchsia head and mauve feathers.

NET Self[]

Attack Let's go! (ゆけ! Yuke!?)
Damage Ugh! (ぐうっ! Guuu!?)
GOOD Play There, there! (よしよし! Yoshi yoshi!?)
BAD Play Why is it raining?... (雨か… Ame ka...?)
WIN We're together, forever (ずっと一緒だ Zutto issho da?)
LOSE Wait for me! (待ってくれ~ Matte kureee?)

Production Notes[]

From the AC16-17 character book

Far from home, a condor and a young man hunt together as they continue their journey.
Something doesn't click. He feels as though there's a shadow somewhere.

Pop'n Music 19 TUNE STREET Town Mode[]

Phase NaN

I've finally found a place to rest
But you there are
picking a fight with me, yeah?
...Okay, if you'd like.


Quito is the name of the capital of Ecuador.


  • Quito shares his birthday with Micchan.
  • Lake Titicaca is a Peruvian lake inhabited by the Uros, and the largest lake in South America.
  • The condor on his head has no particular name; it is just called "condor" and "bird" in the Film Festival.
  • Quito's "condor dance" is depicted in detail on the back of the AC16-17 book, where the production notes for the characters are.
  • One of Quito's rejected designs include an unsettling condor-person holding the bleeding body of a condor.
  • Quito is the first character that isn't Yima to represent a Contemporary Nation song.
  • As you look closely to Quito's original icon, the condor's colors of its head and beak switches color.