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The series anime focuses on two main themes. The first is the heroines' efforts to become skilled in the art of magic, and secondly the friendships and relationships between them in the human world. In Majo-kai, the world of witches, they focus on fighting enemies, the Queen's fearful predecessor, or hostile wizards. In the human world however, they use their magical talents to help those in need. Being trainees in magic, their powers often do not immediately provide a solution to their problems. In the end, the primary moral of these stories is not about power, but about kindness and compassion.
Ojamajo Doremi series - 1st Story arc -
Magical DoReMi - 2nd Story arc -
Ojamajo Doremi # - Ojamajo Doremi # Movie - 3rd Story arc -
Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi - Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi Movie - 4th Story Arc Ojamajo Doremi Na-i-sho - 4th Story sidestory -
Ojamajo Doremi DOKKA~N - 5th Story Arc - Relationship of the series to each other Name Type Relation Arc # Aired Magical DoReMi (Ojamajo Doremi) TV the original 1 51 1999-2000 Ojamajo Doremi ♯(Sharp) TV sequel to Ojamajo Doremi 2 49 2000-2001 Ojamajo Doremi ♯ Movie sidestory to Doremi ♯ 2 2000 Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi TV sequel to Doremi ♯ 3 50 2001-2002 Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi Movie sidestory to Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi 3 2001 Ojamajo Doremi DOKKA~N TV sequel to Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi 4 51 2002-2003 Ojamajo Doremi Na-i-sho OVA/TV sidestory to Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi 3 13 2004
Continuation Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.
* Ojamajo Doremi: After Onpu falls asleep because she did performed forbidden magic, the girls try to wake her up by using the banned magic themselves. The Queen punishes them and takes their magic away (The magic is given back by the Queen herself to allow Doremi and other girls protect the new-born baby Hana in ♯.)
* Ojamajo Doremi ♯: Hana becomes ill and the only possible way to save her is a magic flower that blossoms only in Majokai. Unfortunately the flower is cursed and the girls fall asleep one after other. Finally Doremi, before going to sleep, gets the flower and Hana is saved.
* Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi: With the help of the new Ojamajo Momoko they wake up the Ancient Queen. The Ancient Queen is angry and sad with humans after having lost all h er sons and daughters and her husband, but Doremi convinces her that inside her heart she still has beautiful memories of them. Ancient Queen Maho Tourbillon remembers the happy times she spent with her family and the cursed wood retreats.
* Ojamajo Doremi DOKKA~N: Hana-chan uses her magic to grow up and attends school. The Mahodou is also turned into an accessory shop. Hana-chan must now take the same tests the ojamajo themselves had taken before, at right around the same time as Poppu. The six witches attempt to save the former queen, who is sleeping because of her sad memories. The sad memories spread to different worlds: wizards, witches and even humans, causing the people caught by the depression to feel sad, and possibly fall into an eternal sleep. Finally, they are each forced to choose between being human and staying with their family and friends or becoming immortal witches and living with Hana-chan.
* Ojamajo Doremi Na-i-sho: Doremi meets Faami Harukaze, a girl that looks like Doremi but with longer hair. She introduces herself to Doremi as her future granddaughter (although the identity of the Grandfather is never revealed). In the end Faami gets a typical Japanese doll from Doremi and we see that Faami herself is also a witch. This OVA raised a kind of speculation about Toei working on a new Doremi fifth season with Faami and her new Ojamajo friends, but up to now nothing has been revealed by Toei.
Spoilers end here.
In Japan, Ojamajo Doremi has aired on each of the ANN TV stations (Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (ABC, Japan), TV Asahi, Nagoya TV (Metele), and others) and Broadcasting System of San-in Inc.. Ojamajo Doremi is produced by Toei Animation and ABC.
In North America, 4Kids Entertainment has licensed the show under the title Magical DoReMi, which aired on 4Kids TV for the 2005-2006 brodcasting season. Now, it doesn't air on 4kids anymore and can only be seen on its website.
In Korea, Magical Remi airs on Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation and Tooniverse, licensed by Iconix Entertainment. Other countries' companies to license the series are France Fox Kids, Germany RTL II, Italy Italia 1, Mexico Unicable, Spain Fox Kids, Portugal Canal Panda and 2:, Taiwan YOYO TV, Hong Kong TVB and a network of regional stations.
In the Italian version, each of the main character's names has been changed to suit the musical theme.
An Arabic dub has also been produced under the title "Dorebi", which is currently airing on Spacetoon.
- Misora is a hilly city. It was a castle town of the Misora feudal clan towards the end of the Edo era.
- Misora First Elementary School: The elementary school is on a hill with views of the sea. The girls' school is the location of many problems that the heroines try to solve. Across all series, the heroines attend school here from 3rd to 6th grades. Pop attends 1st and 2nd grade in Misora Elementary.
- MAHO-dou: Majo Rika's shop which was redecorated and is now managed by the Ojamajos. Initially selling magical items, the shop was transformed into a variety of stores, remodelled into a flower shop at one stage and reopened again as a sweet bake house.
- Majo-Kai: Access to the Witches' world, Majo-Kai, is through a door at MAHO-dou. Initially the girls attend their tests here. It is ruled by the Queen and her council of twelve elders. It can only be accessed at certain times of the month (on nights when the moon looks like it's smiling), although it is not linked to the lunar phases.
- Sonatine Kindergarten: Misora's kindergarten that Pop, Doremi's little sister, and her friends attends for the first two seasons of the show.
- In Japan, the show's name combines the terms Ojama (clumsy) and Majo (witch) in Japanese and is initially a derogatory term that Majo Rika uses in frustration. Eventually the term is used to refer to the girls as apprentices.
- Musical Theme: There is a strong musical theme throughout the series. The heroine's name in the Japanese version is Doremi, (Dorie in English) borrowing from the Solfege system of note learning in music. In the United States, the title was slightly altered to Magical DoReMi which reflects the three dubbed names of the heroines (Dorie (Doremi), Reanne (Hazuki), Mirabelle (Aiko)). The fairies' names also reflect the Solfege, each being named after a note. The transformation that the girls perform must be completed before the transformation music stops to prevent it from failing. In Mo~tto! and Na-i-sho, the transformations involve clapping on parts of the body in time with the music for the transformation to succeed.
- Each of the story arcs has a key theme. While the series begins with the key theme of music, the second story arc features flowers as its key theme. Food is an important theme in the third story arc and the fourth arc focuses on clothing.
- Fairies are granted to the heroines after passing their level 9 (being the lowest level) tests. Bound to the magical power of their master, they are initially inept and grow along with the girls. They can transform into the same form as their master but cannot speak, but eventually they will learn to transform into others. When they are within their magical spheres they cannot be seen except by the girls.
- In the original series the fairies are seen in the eyecatch along with the magical register which is given to the girls at Maho-do. The register acts like a cash register and can produce cards.
- Magical Stage (Perfect Harmony)(マジカルステージ): Produced when the ojamajo summon it together in order to use more advanced and powerful magic.
- Banned magic: Healing wounds and reviving the dead is prohibited. Tampering with the mind of a person is also prohibited, but there are several instances were a mild type of tampering is left unpunished, usually because it had positive effects. Also, using your powers for selfish reasons is allowed as long as you don't make any harm. Penalties can be assigned from the queen of the Majo-kai and one of the most severe punishments is to be put to sleep for one hundred years. Majoruka has an amulet that protects against being sent to the magic world for punishment.
- Magical Wands are used to cast magic using the power of magical balls. Each one has an incantation which is specific to each wand. The wands appear when buttons on a colorful dial are pressed, each button again representing a note on the Solfege. This dial has been released as a toy and is referred to by Bandai as a Dreamspinner. Bandai have also released the Wandaler which reflects the style of the original wands and the Wandawhirl, which resembles the wands in the second half of the first story arc.
- Magical balls are the currency of the witch's world, as well as the source of magical power for apprentices. Items of the human world can be exchanged for magical balls. The importance of an item sets the exchange rate. Second level magic balls are introduced once the ojamajo have passed their sixth level test and Doremi # introduces two more types of magical ball, which are referred to as magical seeds. Each ordinary magical seed has the magic power of about 50-100 magical balls. The Royal magical seeds however has the power to summon magic as strong as a magical stage with one girl's power rather than all of them dancing to summon the magical stage. But the royal seeds only grow every ten years from the tree of life, so therefore the girls were only permitted to use it when they are protecting Hana-chan from the evil wizards.
- Chiemi Chiba (千葉千恵巳) as Doremi Harukaze (春風どれみ)
- Tomoko Akiya ((秋谷 智子) as Hazuki Fujiwara (藤原はづき)
- Yuki Matsuoka (松岡 由貴) as Aiko Seno (妹尾あいこ)
- Rumi Shishido (宍戸留美) as Onpu Segawa (瀬川おんぷ)
- Nami Miyahara (宮原 永海) as Momoko Asuka (飛鳥ももこ)
- Sawa Ishige (石毛 佐和) as Pop Harukaze (春風ぽっぷ) (Yuka Shino for one episode)
- Ikue Ohtani as (大谷 育江) Hana-chan [Makihatayama] (巻機山花)
- Naomi Nagasawa (長沢 直美) as Majo Rika (マジョリカ)
- Megumi Takamura (高村 めぐみ) as Lala (ララ)
- Yuka Imai (今井 由香) as The Queen of the Witch World (魔女界の女王様) (Revealed in ep.50 of Dokkan)
- Mika Doi (土井 美加) as Majo Rin (マジョリン) a.k.a The Queen's Predecessor
- Yuta Mochiduki as Keisuke Harukaze (春風渓介)
- Yuka Shino (詩乃 優花) as Haruka Harukaze (春風はるか)
- Nanaho Katsuragi (葛城 七穂) as Seki-sensei (関先生)
- Yuka Imai (今井 由香) as Yuki-sensei (ゆき先生)
- Kumiko Yokote (横手 久美子) as Tetsuya Kotake (小竹哲也)
- Ai Nagano (永野 愛) as Reika Tamaki (玉木麗香)
- Nami Miyahara (宮原 永海) as Masaru Yada (矢田まさる)
- Kyoko Donowaki (堂ノ脇 恭子) as Nobuko Yokokawa (横川 信子)
- Reiko Fujita (藤田 麗子) as Yuji Sagawa (佐川ゆうじ)
- Noriko Fujita (藤田紀子) as Yutaka Ota (太田ゆたか)
- Reiko Kiuchi (木内レイコ) as Toyokazu Sugiyama (杉山豊和)
English voice actors
- Amy Palant as Dorie Goodwyn
- Rebecca Honig as Reanne Griffith
- Annice Moriarty as Mirabelle Haywood
- Lisa Ortiz as Patina
- Andi Whaley as Lorelei
- Liza Jacqueline as Caitlyn Goodwyn
- Kate Roland as Miss Cooper
- Kayzie Rogers as Miss Shannon
- Sean Schemmel as Simon
- Tom Wayland as Oliver
- Mike Sinterniklaas as Stewart
- Kayzie Rogers as Todd Washington
- Bella Hudson as Dorie’s Mom
- Dan Green as Dorie’s Dad
- Mollie Weaver as Conya
Korean voice actors
- Bak Yeong Hee (박영희) uptill 3rd, MBC & Yang Jeong Hwa (양정화) for 4th, Tooniverse as Do Re Mi
- Bak So Ra (박소라) as Jang May
- Bak Seon Yeong (박선영) as Yoo Sa Rang
- Chae Eui Jin (채의진) as Jin Bo Ra
- Bak Sin Hee (박신희) for 3rd, MBC & Lee Yong Sin (이용신) for 4th, Tooniverse as Na Mo Mo
- Oh Joo Yeon (오주연) uptill 3rd, MBC & Han Sin Jeong (한신정) for 4th, Tooniverse as Do Tto Mi
- Bak Sin Hee (박신희) for 2nd & Jo Hyeon Jeong (조현정) for 3rd by MBC as Hana
- Ryoo Jeom Hee (류욤희) in 4th by Tooniverse as Oh Ha Na [Ohana]
- Yoon So Ra (윤소라) as Rara
- Kim Seo Yeong (김서영) as Majorica
Openings and Endings
- Ojamajo CARNIVAL! (the first season) Sung by Mahōdō*3
- Ojamajo wa Koko ni Iru (Sharp) Sung by Mahōdō*4
Translation: The Ojamajos are Here
- Ojamajo de BAN2 (Motto) Sung by Mahōdō*5
- DANCE! Ojamajo (Dokkaan) Sung by Mahōdō*6
- Naisho yo Ojamajo (NAISHO) Sung by Mahōdō*5
Translation: Ojamajo: the Secret
- *3: Doremi (Dorie), Hazuki (Reanne), and Aiko (Mirabelle)
- *4: Doremi (Dorie), Hazuki (Reanne), and Aiko (Mirabelle), and Onpu (Ellie)
- *5: Doremi (Dorie), Hazuki (Reanne), and Aiko (Mirabelle), and Onpu (Ellie), and Momoko
- *6: Doremi (Dorie), Hazuki (Reanne), and Aiko (Mirabelle), and Onpu (Ellie), Momoko, and Hana
- Kitto Ashita wa Translation: Surely Tomorrow (first season) Sung by Saeko Shū
- Koe wo Kikasete Translation: I Want to Hear Your Voice (Sharp) Sung by Mahōdō*4
- Pop na Yūki Translation: Poplike Courage (first movie) Sung by Manami Komori
- Takaramono Translation: Treasure(Motto) Sung by Yui Komuro
- Natsu no Mahō Translation: Magic of Summer(second movie) Sung by Mahōdō*5
- Watashi no Tsubasa Translation: My Wings(Dokkaan ending 1 and 3)
ed1, Sung by Masami Nakatsukasa / ed3 (Final episode only), Sung by students of Misora 1st Elementary School
- Ojamajo Ondo de HAPPIPPI (Dokkaan ending 2) Sung by Mahōdō*6
(Ondo is Japanese traditional dance music)
- Suteki Mugendai Translation: Infinitely Good(NAISHO) Sung by Mahōdō*5
Kodansha published six volumes of manga which span several story arcs.
Doremi Harukaze (春風どれみ Harukaze Doremi)
In the English Dub, her name is changed to Dorie Goodwyn. All of the other dubs kept her original name.
First Appearance: Ep. 1, first season
Fairy's Name: Dodo
Instruments: Piano, Accordion
Birthday: July 30th
Became Witch: Episode 1, first season
Seiyū: Chiemi Chiba
Doremi reflects a typical maho shojo: lively to the point of being noisy, a poor student, clumsy and careless but very compassionate, and has shown to be boy-crazy in earlier seasons. Her favorite food is steak (which she is unable to obtain throughout the entire series). She proclaims herself to be "the unluckiest pretty girl in the whole world." Her name is a play on the first 3 notes of the musical scale DoReMi. Her crystal is a pink bean.
Hazuki Fujiwara (藤原はづき Fujiwara Hazuki)
Alternate Names: Reanne Griffin, Melody Fujiwara, Emilie Fujiwara
First Appearance: Ep. one, 1st Story arc
Fairy's Name: Rere
Color: Orange Instrument: Violin
Birthday: Febuary 14th
Became Witch: Ep. four, 1st season
Seiyū: Tomoko Akiya
Hadzuki has been friends with Doremi since kindergarten. She is a shy, passive, and sweet girl. Hazuki cares about her family very much, especially her mother. In the first two seasons she did not really like the dresses she got from her mother, but would do everything that she was asked to do. But at the end of season two, overcomes this. In a few episodes of Ojamajo Doremi, Hazuki and her classmate, Masaru Yada, are shown to have feelings for each other. Hazuki has a large fear of ghosts and tries to counter it with thoughts of Majo Rika; this seldom works. In the end, she chose a specially reputated secondary school rather than staying with Doremi. Her crystal is an orange heart.
Aiko Senoo (妹尾あいこ Senō Aiko)
Alternate Names: Mirabelle Haywood, Symphony Senō, Sophie Senō
First Appearance: Ep. three, 1st Story arc
Fairy's Name: Mimi
Became Witch: Ep. four, 1st Story arc
Seiyū: Yuki Matsuoka
Aiko is an extraverted girl who has split-curled hair. She is a transfer student from Osaka and speaks in Kansai-Ban/ Her parents are divorced, so she lives with her father, a taxi driver, while her mother, a nurse, works in Osaka. She loves both her parents very much and wishes for them to get back together, even going so far as to attempt forbidden magic to do so. She is also the most athletic girl in her elementary school. Aiko has a short temper, but she is not as hot-headed as Majo Rika. In the end, she left with her parents back to Osaka and is living happily with them and her grandpa. Her crystal is a blue diamond.
Onpu Segawa (瀬川おんぷ Segawa Onpu)
Alternate Names: Ellie Craft,  Lullaby Segawa, Nichole Segawa,  Loulou Segawa
First Appearance: Ep. 35, 1st Story arc
Fairy's Name: Roro
Color: Purple Instrument: Flute
Birthday: March 3rd
Became Witch: Prior Ep. 35, first season
Seiyū: Rumi Shishido
Onpu is a popular child pop star in Japan, and is adored by many. She's also a part-time actres and also owns a radio show at 9 AM on Sundays. She is cold and enigmatic at first, but her kind and selfless heart becomes more apparent as she spends more time with Doremi and her friends. She lives with her mother, who used to be a singer herself before an accident occurred (and has now become her daughter's agent). Her father is constantly away from home as an engineer. Her crystal is a purple teardrop.
Momoko Asuka (飛鳥ももこ Asuka Momoko)
Alternate Names: Mindy Asuka, known in some circles as Anna Robinson
First Appearance: Ep. one, Third season
Fairy's Name: Nini
Birthday: May 6th
Became Witch: While Momoko was introduced in the anime in season three, it is shown she became a witch apprentice under Majo Monroe when she was in the third grade, meaning she became an apprentice off screen in the first season.
Seiyū: Nami Miyahara
Momoko is a transfer student from New York City, all the way in America. She was the apprentice of the late Majo Monroe. Her father is an architect, and her mother is a photographer.
Because of her father's work, when she was in preschool, the family moved to America, where she had to learn English. Upon arrival in America, her parents stopped speaking Japanese in an atempt to help their daughter learn English. Because of this, when they move back to Japan in season three, Momoko has to relearn her forgotten Japanese.
She becomes friends with Doremi and the others, who teach her how to speak Japanese. In return, she spends her time teaching them how to bake during Motto! Ojamajo Doremi. Her most prized possession is an earring given to her by Majo Monroe before she passed away. She loved her so much that she even attempted to use forbidden magic to bring her back to life. Momoko returns to America at the end of the series. Her fairy, Nini, can speak English when she transforms in to Momoko. Her crystal is a yellow three leaf clover.
Hana Makihatayama (巻機山花 Makihatayama Hana)
Alternate Names: Flora, Flor Catalonia
Age: 0-3 (Transformed to a twelve year old version of herself in season four.)
First Appearance: Ep. one, 2nd Story arc
Fairy's Name: Toto
Birthday: March 25
Became Witch: Is a natural and extremely powerful witch, being the next canidate for Queen of the Witch World. She becomes an apprentice in season four when her crystal hairbands shatter due to her
Seiyū: Ikue Ohtani
Hana-chan was a baby born from the Witch Queen Rose, a large blue flower in the Witch Queen Garden that produces a new baby every 100 years as successor to the throne. Hana is given to Doremi to be cared for after she stumbles across her. In Ojamajo Doremi DOKKAAN, she transforms herself into an 12-year-old so she could attend school with her mothers and takes on the name of Hana Makihatayama. Of all her mothers, Doremi's personality is more apparent in her. Hana returns to the Witch World with Majo Rika and the fairies in the end.
Hana-chan is almost never reffered to as simply Hana. She is reffered to as Hana-chan by all of her mothers, Jou-sama, Majo Pin and Pon, Majo Haato, Oyajide, Akatsuki, Fugio, Touru, Leon, just about all magic related characters, her mothers' families, and classmates from school. She is otherwise called Makihatayama or Makihatayama-san by (more formal) classmates and Seki-sensei. She even reffers to herself as Hana-chan, or- as they say it at theWitch Kindergarden- Hana-tan.