|“||Hi Chuckie. Well I guess washing Wawa wasn't the best idea. You know there is still a lot about you I don't know yet. Like your favorite sandwiches or your favorite games or the songs or stories you like. Those things may take a while. What I do know is I love you very much. I hope that will do 'til I get the other things sorted out.||„|
|~ Kira Finster to Chuckie Finster in Changes for Chuckie|
|“||Chaz, I am so sorry. I wanted to tell you about Coco, but I... (Chaz Finster: No, no, no. It's my fault, Kira. I guess I caught up in the romance of Paris.)||„|
|~ Kira and Chaz, about Coco LaBouche|
Kira Watanabe-Finster is one of the main characters who first appeared in Rugrats in Paris: The Movie,as one of the tritagonists, alongside her daughter, Kimi.
Originally, Kira served as an assistant to Coco LaBouche, the evil woman in power in the theme park EuroReptar. Throughout the entire film, she was forced by Coco to do her bidding until she stood up to her in the end and saved Chaz.
She is Kimi's mother and Chuckie's stepmother. Married Chaz in Rugrats in Paris: The Movie. Operates the Java Lava Coffee House with her husband. She somewhat plays the straight woman to the rest of the adults' wackiness, but she enjoys showcasing and trying new things, as opposed to a lot of the rest of them. Kira is also Japanese and has similar qualities to Miss Honey from Matilda.
She is voiced by Julia Kato.
Kira appears in most of the later seasons of Rugrats. Her first appearance was in Rugrats in Paris: The Movie, while her last appearance was in the All Grown Up! episode Petition This!.