Mirai is a 13-year-old girl who lives in the human world. One day she witnesses a mysterious object fall from the sky into the park. Excitedly, she brings her stuffed bear Mofurun with her to see what it was. When she gets there she sees a girl named Riko flying on a broom. Riko is of the same age and from the magical world. Mirai has a lot of questions, and Riko explains that she's searching for a jewel with strong powers called "Link Stone Emerald."
Then Batti, an ally of the dark magic users Dokurokushi, appears before them and demands that Riko hand over the "Link Stone Emerald," which Riko herself had been looking for. To make things worse, Batti uses dark magic to create a monster known as a Yokubaru! Mirai and Riko join hands and with the magic words "Cure-up Rapapa!" they transform into the legendary Pretty Cure.
Story: Mirai a middle school girl who still carries her teddy bear accidentally finds a witch named Riko. A magical miracle happens when both of them hold their hands together as they wear same kind of linkle stone and there are 12 more which they must gather.
At first i got a feel of looking 'harry potter series 1" with only female students ( especially train station as converging point to magical world station, snail train etc). Introduction of Principal was good. For me the only character that was good in it is Maffurin ( the teddy bear) For about 20 episodes, the series was unpredictable
and creative. We wanted to see it what happens next with curiosity. There is so much adventure that can be feast to your eyes .
Art: Too good. Beautiful scenery is shown in the anime. For instance there were lot of flower garden, mythical pegasus and fairy world.
Sound: Perfect sound tracks.
But the most boring part is "transformation" scenes. It is unbearable to see a single transformation once in this kind of anime but here there are 2 levels of transformations which occupied lot of time in an episode. Villains are just dummy. There is stupidity in confusing the viewers by trying to introduce "dark magic" is different from mugic and mugic lead to dark magic concepts. It may have confused you here. But if you see the entire series.
Enjoyment: I enjoyed only the first 20 episodes ( later 6 episodes or so) as the next episodes seem to be dragging the series unnecessarily.
Overall: This shoujo anime is just for little kids to whom we want to teach the value of friendship. But for grown ups, when Mirai constantly says about Friendship in obsessive manner, it irritates. Her cries to see Riko at the End seemed unnatural and gave me the feeling of shoujo ai and awkward. I was not able to comprehend here longing for Riko alone when there is Haa-chan too. For me that spoiled my interest in the series.
With the most impressive, in-depth world building of all the Precure shows, you'd think it would go to great places... except that it mostly does not.
You could divide this show into two halves - the first half, which is well thought out and consistent, and the latter half, which goes from unique and interesting to a messy abomination and back within a few episodes. While there is some filler, most of it does actually contribute to the character's relationships, and aren't totally useless for a change.
Not the most unique set in the Precure universe, nor the most developed. But they're not irritatingly
exaggerated, either, and it's their relationships as a group that really makes the show watchable. In fact, the side characters are all surprisingly well fleshed out and involved, given they're barely ever on screen.
There's three different magical outfits for the duo, which are all wonderfully unique and befitting of their characters. The uniform and clothing designs are adorable, and definitely worthy of a cosplay or two. There's some gorgeously drawn and unique scenery, and a few cool angles from Mofurun - the teddy bear- 's perspective. Even the CGI dancing is visually interesting, though by no means a masterpiece. It's perhaps the most consistent of all the Precure series in terms of visual style.
The ED's are... annoying. They're exactly what you'd expect from an off-beat children's anime. The OP is fast-past and interesting, but ultimately nothing special.
Note: I wrote a more in-depth review here- http://aminoapps.com/p/stlaa
MahouTsukai Precure is not particularly a deep or plot-centric anime. I guess it could be considered your typical magical girl series. However, that's not what I'm looking for in this series. I'm looking for a cute and enjoyable magical girl show, and I'd say this fits the bill. Some Precure fans dislike it because they say it doesn't live up to it's predecessor, and some do like it, but I can't judge it on that, as this is kind of my introduction to Precure and I can't say I'm disappointed. If you want a serious, deep
mahou shoujo, then I recommend Princess Tutu or PMMM, but if you're a magical girl fan who wants an anime to pass the time, I'd say MahouTsukai is for you.