Erika, the princess of the Magic Kingdom has come to Earth in order to find a human girl who looks just like her. That girl turns out to be Himeko Nonohara, a tomboy's tomboy. Erika must give Himeko a magical item she has created in order to prove her worth as a successor to the crown. Himeko must test this item, a hair ribbon that allows her to transform into any other person she sees, to see if it is worthy. The series follows Himeko's adventures and her budding romance with Daichi, the boy who discovers her secret.
Simple, humuorous & sugary sweet!! I was hooked after watching the 1st few eps. One gd thing abt this series is that some eps can really stand on its own unlike some shows that adopt a cliffhanger approach at the end of each eps... so it keeps the anticipation level low. However, you do feel anxious to know what is going to happen to Himeko, Daichi & those ard them. Its comforting to watch Himeko’s enthusiasm in all the things that she did even at crucial moments. The series does set a good moral outcome. You need to watch this if you wanna know more. What I really loves abt this show is Himeko’s relationship towards people ard her. Also her spontateous act/attitude never fails to create problems but that’s where fun comes in!!read more
Ah, what can I say? Himeko's adventures and mischiefs throughout the series can sometimes bring headache-- But it DOES help her through a lot of things! Daichi's not one to lose either in personality. He's quite clever and tricky. Very helpful in tricky situations. I love most of the characters! (Except maybe, Hibino. You'll see why when you've watched the anime).
Well, it's the usual magical girl with her loyal companion(s). Every episode is like events that happens in a day. Ah! But don't get me wrong, each story keeps you interested about what may happen next. They're all connected somehow. Not many fillers in the middle of the series so it's all good. For me, I really liked the story of how she can change forms and stuff. I've always thought what it was like to do that and now I can imagine it through this anime.
Well, it's not the best but it's not as bad. Seeing as how it's from around 1990 (I wasn't born yet at that year) or so, the art is quite nice and not bad on the eyes.
Well, I don't really notice a lot of sound missing and there aren't any sound overused so I think they did pretty well.
Haha. The character development's are quite fine. Daichi may come off as rude and brash, but after seeing the whole series and how they grow, I don't think he was that bad at all. Hime's always a tomboy but we do see some changes in her attitude towards a few things. Some of the characters don't have many personality change but I think it suits the story and characters just fine.
I really enjoyed all episodes. No matter how angry or sad I get from them, they also bring me joy. I wished it lasted longer.
I cried at the end thinking I won't be able to see more, but I'm sure if I don't forget about it then the anime and my memories of it won't end and it'll last long!
So, overall, I really enjoyed the anime and the adventures with Himeko, Daichi, Pokota and all the characters!
Ike ike, go go, jump! Hope this was helpful to anyone who reads this and help them decide if they'll want to see it or not.read more