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They awkwardly exchange greetings before Doremi smiles and runs to them and embraces the girls. As the three happily hold each other and apologize, the camera slowly pans up to reveal that it was Majorika blowing the bubbles. The lyrics and composition were done by Sugiyama Kana, while Maruo Megumi handled arrangements.
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Description A rainy scene is displayed as the ojamajo appear one by one, slowly spinning their striped umbrella while getting closer to each other to leave the area.
The camera then slowly flashes to show the yousei enjoying the rain with their own little umbrellas, Lala sitting with one, and Majorika sitting next to a frog.
The camera switches to outside of the shop, focusing on a leaf that Doremi is watching while holding Hana-chan. Her actress sings before Hazuki approaches and her actress takes over the next part of the song and Hazuki gently begins to play with Hana. Both girls then exchange a smile after Hana-chan happily responds. Outside, Onpu is tending to some of the plants while her actress sings. Films[ edit ] Ojamajo Doremi: The Movie[ edit ] Ojamajo Doremi: Roughly twenty-seven minutes long, it was released on July 8, along with Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!!
The Movie was screened in between. In the movie, Pop has just passed one of her witch exams, but gets into a heated argument with Doremi because Hana followed her into the Witch World.
Initially unbeknownst to everyone, the flower Pop brought home from the Witch World is really the Witch Queen Heart, the Queen's favorite flower, which grants any wish it hears regardless of any possible dangers until it begins to bear seeds. One of the wishes it had granted involves turning Doremi into a mouse, unknowingly made by Pop over her anger towards Doremi.
While Pop goes to search for her sister, the other girls track down the runaway flower before it starts to reproduce. Doesn't this scenario sound familiar?
One episode of Sharp had the Ojamajos temporarily turn their flower shop into a sweet shop, complete with dressing up as maids.
And then Motto comes along The Cursed Forest certainly gives the impression of a barrier During a later episode of Dokkan, Marina is hit by the Big Bad 's curse and she gives up on tending to the flowers, muttering how pointless it all was in a depressed voice. Fast forward to Smile Pretty Cure!
One line of the lyrics of the insert song Lupinus no Komoriuta goes "Erika no Tsubomi" "A no B" in Japanese means "A's B"foreshadowing the names of two main characters of another Toei magical girl anime who also make a popular fandom ship. It Was His Sled: Not a twist ending, but almost any reference made to Hana by the fandom is to her "grown up" form. It's not new or surprising or interesting when one sees it happen in Dokkan because of this. Lots of people in the fandom refer to the former witch queen by her real name, Majo Tourbillon, which dispels any of the mysterious and menacing images Sharp and Motto' set her up with.
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The girls' Magical Incantations for starters. And then there's the "Pretty Witchy [insert name her]-chi! Bonus points for the latter due to it being In-Universetoo. Although not a moe show, Ojamajo Doremi was part of the moe phenomenon in the late 90's. Onpu, the most popular character, was subject to this the most, while Doremi and Momoko followed behind. In fact, Onpu and Doremi were both nominated for the first Saimoe Tournament in The unknown Spaniard voice actress for Dela.
While she does not seem to be a bad singer in a technical sense, the voice she uses to dub Dela's sing-song tone can be extraordinarily irritating. Has its own page. The cursed vines can strike at any moment at any place Probably not as notable as Pretty Curebut this show is what kicked off the Puniket doujin market Notice: Evidently, given the meaning of the name of the doujin market, the moe art style is also loved by certain adults.
Rescued from the Scrappy Heap: Onpu was very much disliked during the first season. She used magic to solve all of her problems and even used forbidden magic for trivial purposes such as getting her mother to take her out for dinner in order to avoid having to eat green peppers.
She isn't entirely to blame for her misuse of magic when you consider who her teacher is, but even without magic, she was still kind of a prick. Thanks to Character Development starting season 2, and her popularity made a significant jump to the point where she was the only other Ojamajo Doremi character who made it very far in the fan-driven Anime Saimoe Tournament.
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In Sharp, her character costume was also advertised next to Doremi's before Momoko stole the spotlight in Motto and Hana in Dokkan. Ron the Death Eater: Some fans prefer to portray Majo Ruka as an outright villain in certain stories due to her being an antagonist during the early part of S1.
The same could be said of Oyajide due to his role in the second half of Sharp, despite repenting for his mistake.