Mahou no Yousei Persia

Persia the Magic Fairy

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Synonyms: Magical Fairy Persia, Magical Fairy Perusha
Japanese: 魔法の妖精 ペルシャ
English: Persia the Magic Fairy
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Type: TV
Episodes: 48
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 6, 1984 to May 31, 1985
Premiered: Summer 1984
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Pierrot
Source: Original
Genre: ComedyComedy
Theme: Mahou ShoujoMahou Shoujo
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children


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Popularity: #9321
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11-year-old Persia has grown up alongside the animals on the Serengeti plains of Africa. Twins Riki and Gaku Muroi and their grandfather, Gouken, bring Persia to Japan with them, where she will live with a couple (who Persia calls Mama and Papa) that own a grocery store. During the flight to Japan, Persia finds herself in the "Lovely Dream" where she meets the Fairy Queen, who explains that the Lovely Dream is in danger and requests Persia's help. Giving Persia a magical headband (which can also summon a magical baton) that allows her to transform into a teenage girl, connecting her to the Lovely Dream and allowing her to use magic. She is sent with three kappa back into the regular world with the mission of collecting love energy to thaw the frozen Lovely Dream. If Persia fails her task of collecting love energy or if someone catches her using magic, Riki and Gaku will be transformed into women.

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Opening Theme

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1: "Mishiranu Kuni no Tripper (見知らぬ国のトリッパー)" by Maiko Okamoto (eps 1-31)
2: "Osharemesaruna (おしゃれめさるな)" by MIMA (eps 32-48)

Ending Theme

1: "Lovely Dream (ラブリードリーム)" by Maiko Okamoto (eps 1-31)
2: "Daisuki Simba (だいすきシンバ)" by Miina Tominaga (eps 32-48)


Sep 8, 2022
Imagine for second that you are 11 years old again and your fantasy world is the free African savannah, open and free, full of love, and the only thing you can possibly think about is about what fun adventures are around the corner. Then out of nowhere, society calls and tells you its time to take your first step towards adulthood. You wake up, and the dream is gone, but you remember the dream, but its time to get dressed and go to school and be part of society. In a very metaphorical sense, this is the narrative introduction to Persia's character. ...
Jan 3, 2016
Mixed Feelings
I recently finished watching this and I thought I could try writing a review.

I found the overarching story, as written in the synopsis, rather uninteresting. Most single episodes don't make much of a reference to it, with some exceptions. It happens when the heroine seriously screws up or if other characters (the 3 green little minions or Kenji) have business with the Love Dream land.
The single episodes were of mixed quallity. I found some quite moving, like the ones with Kenji or the story of the old foto from Persia's grandfather. Others were rather forgettable (at least I forgot them).

Backgrounds: Didn't see anything ...

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