Mai is a little girl who idolizes Emily Howell, a famous magician. She is given a magic bracelet to transform into Magical Emi when she says "Pulitto! Palalin Lilikalu Palapola Magical". She soon becomes a very successful part of her grand parents' show "The Magicalettes" while keeping her eye on a handsome boxer.Written by
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The opening theme song is "Fushigi-Iro Happiness" and the ending theme song is "Anata Dake Dreaming", both by Yoko Obata. See more »
In most foreign versions, the opening and ending credits of all episodes have been replaced by a montage of clips from various episodes and with a new song. Although the lyrics were obviously different in each country, the music was the same in Italy, France and Spain. See more »
As a lover of the "magic girl" genre of anime and having 24 favorites, Magical Emi is another favorite I had recently discovered days ago. Also the series is another that came out on my birth year 1985.
The story goes like this: More than anything, Mai Kazuki wants to someday be a magician like her hero Emily Howell, but she is young, clumsy and unsure of herself. One day while helping her grandparents, she came across a heart-shaped mirror. Then a bright light appears and speaks to her. The light revealed itself as a fairy named Topo, who wants to give magic to the one person who can see him - Mai. Topo frees himself from the mirror and possesses a stuffed flying squirrel; along with him comes a magic bracelet. Then he gives Mai the bracelet which turns into a magic wand and instantly transform her into a beautiful, teenage, green-haired magician. When Mai used this newfound magic to help her grandparents' magic show, she's discovered by a TV producer and is now becoming a media sensation. Though to keep her power secret, she came up with the alias "Emi". That is all I could tell you folks.
I really love the animation & design of this series. It's too bad the series is not available on DVD in my country, but I was fortunate to find and watched 10 episodes on YouTube. So anyway, my last word is that this is an awesome anime to enjoy.
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