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Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch


Alternative Titles

English: Mermaid Melody: Pichi Pichi Pitch
Japanese: マーメイドメロディー ぴちぴちピッチ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 52
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 5, 2003 to Mar 27, 2004
Premiered: Spring 2003
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: SynergySP
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children

Statistics

Score: 7.121 (scored by 14,894 users)
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Ranked: #28872
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Popularity: #1484
Members: 28,724
Favorites: 406
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Episodes: /52

Synopsis

As the mermaid princess of the North Pacific (one of the seven mermaid kingdoms), Lucia entrusts a magical pearl to a boy who falls overboard a ship one night. Lucia must travel to the human world to reclaim her pearl and protect the mermaid kingdoms. Using the power of music Lucia is able to protect herself and the mermaid kingdoms from a growing evil force.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Nanami, Lucia
Nanami, Lucia
Main
Nakada, Asumi
Japanese
Nakada, Asumi
Houshou, Hanon
Houshou, Hanon
Main
Terakado, Hitomi
Japanese
Terakado, Hitomi
Doumoto, Kaito
Doumoto, Kaito
Main
Kishio, Daisuke
Japanese
Kishio, Daisuke
Touin, Rina
Touin, Rina
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Asano, Mayumi
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Asano, Mayumi

Staff

Fujimoto, Yoshitaka
Fujimoto, Yoshitaka
Director
Ishikura, Kenichi
Ishikura, Kenichi
Episode Director, Storyboard
Yokote, Michiko
Yokote, Michiko
Script
Nakase, Rika
Nakase, Rika
Script

More episodes Episodes(2/52)

Episode Title Aired
1 The Pearl Tear
Shinju no Namida (真珠の涙)
Apr 5, 2003
2 Feelings I Can't Say
Ienai Kokoro (言えない心)
Apr 12, 2003

Edit Opening Theme

#1: "Taiyou no rakuen ~Promised Land~ (太陽の楽園~Promised Land~)" by Miyuki Kanbe (eps 1-28)
#2: "Rainbow Notes (Rainbow Notes♪)" by Miyuki Kanbe (eps 29-52)

Edit Ending Theme

#01: "Daiji na Takarabako" by Asumi Nakata (eps 1-28)
#02: "Sekai de Ichiban Hayaku Asa ga Kuru Basho" by Asumi Nakata, Hitomi Terakado, and Mayumi Asano (eps 29-52)



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Mierna
Dec 25, 2007
Oh boy, where to begin on this review...

Story: Basically it's another "Magical Girl" anime plot, a girl who has the ability to transform must fight this evil group of villains with her friends/comrades as a Super Sentai team. The unique part of this anime is that the Mermaids don't attack, they SING, and their songs are painful to the villains' ears. Other than that, it's all cheesy.

Art: This depends on how you look at it. To me, the dresses for Lucia, Hanon, and Rina are full of many colors! (Practically every shade of pink, aqua, and green respectively.) On the other hand, the characters' appearances read more
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VioletRebellion
Dec 23, 2007
Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch:
One of THE longest/repetitive names I've ever seen for an anime. And the name it's self probably grabbed your attention if the art didn't, or the fact that this is a MUSICAL anime.

The Story is pretty bad, It's full of gaps and is very jumpy aswell as questionable. The anime is full of fillers, and tends to only focus on Lucia, Hanon, and Lina, the "Primary" mermaids. (They're the only one's with new songs, and imagesongs of their own, Excluding Karen.) The "secondary" mermaids are not ever acknowledged, they don't have background stories, lovers for themselves, or anything the Primary Mermaids read more
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Nanalilly
Sep 19, 2010
Lets get one thing straight; Mermaid melody is not for everybody. In fact, I would wager that most adults (especially males) would find this series cringe worthy.

However, if you like magical girl series and cute character driven stories, I believe that Mermaid Melody might just be right for you. Keep in mind that the target audience of the seres is very young, but an older person can still enjoy it.

The baseline story isn't very complex, which is fine. It is essentially about mermaid princesses who are temporarily living on land who fight the evils dwelling below the sea....with music. For some known reason, singing read more
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Pyapi
Feb 9, 2010
I'm not the biggest fan of magical girl anime, but have found myself enjoying a few very good series. I watched Mermaid Melody because someone said it was good... It's anything but in my opinion.

Story: (3)
The story is really bad. Other than the small twist with the girls being mermaids and fighting enemies with music, nothing about it was interesting or original. We basically just watch the characters mingle a bit, an enemy appears, then is "destroyed" by the mermaid's singing. That sums most of the episodes that I watched.

Art: (7)
Best part of the series. Even then, the character designs weren't the most original and read more
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