Ranked #3597

Mahou Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto

Alternative Titles

English: Someday's Dreamers
Japanese: 魔法遣いに大切なこと

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 10, 2003 to Mar 28, 2003
Premiered: Winter 2003
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.901 (scored by 4,678 users)
Ranked: #35972
Popularity: #2196
Members: 13,720
Favorites: 27
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Synopsis

Yume Kikuchi, a girl who can use magic, goes to Tokyo to be an apprentice mage to the handsome Masami Oyamada (a professional mage). In Tokyo, Yume learns about magic, helping people, and various other things on her way to being a mage. But she soon also finds out that even just magic alone isn't enough to make someone truly happy...

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kikuchi, Yume
Kikuchi, Yume
Main
Miyazaki, Aoi
Japanese
Miyazaki, Aoi
Oyamada, Masami
Oyamada, Masami
Main
Suwabe, Junichi
Japanese
Suwabe, Junichi
Brooks, Angela
Brooks, Angela
Supporting
Watanabe, Akeno
Japanese
Watanabe, Akeno
Furusaki, Rikiya
Furusaki, Rikiya
Supporting
Kiyokawa, Motomu
Japanese
Kiyokawa, Motomu

Staff

Matsuda, Akio
Matsuda, Akio
Producer
Shimoda, Masami
Shimoda, Masami
Director
Tanaka, Hideyuki
Tanaka, Hideyuki
Sound Director
Haketa, Takefumi
Haketa, Takefumi
Music

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Opening Theme

"Kaze no Hana" by HANA HANA

Ending Theme

"Under the Blue Sky" by The Indigo



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liltrix7
Dec 2, 2007
Someday's Dreamers was an anime that I stopped watching and then came back to. I mostly didn't finish because I ran out of time, for I had requested the DVDs from my library. So I started again from the beginning, this time watching it in Japanese instead of how I'd previously watched in English.

Story

The story stands out because instead of magic-users fighting evil, these people are working for the government. Kikuchi Yume comes to Tokyo to be an apprentice to become a mage. The series is not long, only 12 episodes, but it is enjoyable. While there are some parts that are serious, others are read more
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jet2r0cks
May 23, 2010
5 WORDS OR LESS REVIEW: Good concept but disappointing

STORY – 6/10

It’s about Yume Kikuchi, a mage in training, equipped with more magical capabilities than the average mage, and how she learns more about magic during her stay in Tokyo. I think that the fact that Yume had tremendous magical capabilities was somehow forgotten throughout the series, among other things. Each episode had a storyline that was barely related to the other episodes, which made it difficult to like. It went from one story to another, leaving gaps in between, which made the story hard to follow.

Other than that, I found the concept of the read more
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VGCKenny
Apr 15, 2011
Someday's Dreamers is really an anime that works. It works in a way no other anime could work. It is a symbol of exactly what an anime should do. Sure, it's not the best one to do this, but it works.

Story: What I like about the story, and what works about it, is its slice of life. It just really connects. It asks us questions about what should we do in the situations presented. What would we do. If this "special power" actually existed, would those who have it deserve it. How would they use it. Stuff like that. It all applies to life. The read more
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bearvarine
Nov 23, 2015
I enjoyed this story. It moved quite slowly at times, but it was beautiful and had some interesting coming-of-age drama. I wished that there was a little more character development of Yume's contemporary Angela -- she was one of the more interesting characters in the story, but we don't learn too much about her. Definitely recommend this series. I took a break from it a couple times before finishing, which I do not usually do -- primarily because the story was so slow moving. The opening and closing theme songs were good as well. I particularly liked Kaze No read more
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Recommendations

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The heroines feel very alike, in both appearance and behavior, and the series are developed in a slow-paced slice of life manner. The stories speak about the hidden, magical (but not necessarily happy) side of things.

While Mahou Tsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto is about magicians, Haibane Renmei is about angels. 
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Anime: Aria The Animation
These two series invoke a serene and peaceful feeling with a slow, gentle kind of story. While Someday's Dreamers contains magic, it's very minimal and not remotely battle-oriented. Both series are about the protagonists meeting and helping different people while learning more about themselves. They both contain valuable life lessons that are revealed to the viewers and the other characters within the series.

Their similarity is strikingly strong and if you enjoy one you'll enjoy the other. 
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While differently presented, both series follows a slow paced rhythm. The season that both series takes place in reflects a summer atmosphere that is hot, moist, and slow.

Both series has a slice of life feeling abut at the same time has a little supernatural element added to the mix.

Both series' main female protagonist also has a goal in her life along with their friends.

 
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Both are of the fantasy genre with magic here and there.

 
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