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Ojamajo Doremi 

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The misadventures of three little girls studying to be witches.




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Series cast summary:
Chiemi Chiba Chiemi Chiba ...  Doremi Harukaze 214 episodes, 1999-2004
Nami Miyahara Nami Miyahara ...  Momoko Asuka / ... 214 episodes, 1999-2004
Kumiko Yokote Kumiko Yokote ...  Tetsuya Kotake 214 episodes, 1999-2004
Tomoko Akiya Tomoko Akiya ...  Hazuki Fujiwara 210 episodes, 1999-2004
Tomoko Hiratsuji Tomoko Hiratsuji ...  Atsuko Senoo 198 episodes, 1999-2003
Yui Maeda Yui Maeda ...  Reiko Fujiwara 198 episodes, 1999-2003
Ikue Ôtani ...  Hana-chan / ... 159 episodes, 2000-2004
Hiroko Konishi Hiroko Konishi ...  Hehe (Majoruka's Fairy) 131 episodes, 1999-2002
Hiroaki Hirata ...  Kenzou Asuka 109 episodes, 2001-2004
Fumiko Miyashita Fumiko Miyashita ...  Minori Asuka 109 episodes, 2001-2004
Kazuhiro Yamaga Kazuhiro Yamaga ...  Tsuyoshi Segawa 100 episodes, 1999-2001


Ojamajo Doremi is the story about a girl by the name of Doremi Harukaze and her friends as they learn magic. Doremi is the main star of the show, for it was her who caused her friends, Aiko and Hazuki to become witch's apprentices as well. Doremi claims to be "the unluckiest bishoujo in the world", so she hopes to one day learn magic, because she thinks it'll make her life easier. She stumbles across the Maho Dou (Magic Hall) one day and calls a woman by the name of Marika (her actual witch name is Majorika) a witch. Because she called out a witch as a witch, she must now train under Majorika's advisory and pass all her witch's exams to meet her goal of becoming a full-fledged witch. Written by Skye-chan <sailorchibiskye@sailormoon.com>

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The Ojamajos are represented by different instruments (think "Peter and the Wolf"). Doremi is represented by piano, Hazuki by her violin, Aiko by harmonica, Onpu by flute, Momoko by acoustic guitar and Pop by muted trumpet. See more »


Majorika: How dare a brat like you....DO THIS TO ME!!!
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top-notch animation
20 December 2003 | by gjhongSee all my reviews

I've seen the first eight episodes of this long-running kids' comedy from Japan and find it pretty amusing. The story is about an underachieving elementary school girl named Doremi whose name sounds like the musical notes "do", "re", "mi". The setup for how Doremi turns into a witch is a little shakey but no more than how another magical girl Hime-chan got her magic ribbon. The show seems "toycentric" because the magical devices she uses look like they are meant to be released as toys. Still the program should appeal to people beyond the usual demographic of little girls because the artwork is top-notch and the characters are funny. The backgrounds are beautifully rendered and I would rate the art with an "A". I wonder how they achieve that textured paper look?

Check this one out if you can find it on an import DVD.

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