Di Gi Charat

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Synonyms: DiGi Charat
Japanese: デ・ジ・キャラット


Type: TV
Episodes: 16
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 30, 1999 to Dec 24, 1999
Premiered: Fall 1999
Broadcast: Not scheduled once per week
Producers: Broccoli
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Original
Genres: ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 4 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 6.781 (scored by 95499,549 users)
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Ranked: #48992
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Popularity: #4112
Members: 21,370
Favorites: 158

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Di Gi Charat is a series of shorts created as advertisements for "Digital Gamers", a store in Akihabara. The series follows Dejiko, princess of Di Gi Charat planet, and her companions, Puchiko and Gema, as well as Dejiko's rival, Rabi~en~Rose through daily ordeals they encounter while working at Gamers.
Princess Di Gi Charat came from the planet Di Gi Charat given only a cat cap and an outfit to disguise herself. Unfortunately she came with no money, only her guardian Gema and friend Petite Charat. Luckily the three stumbled upon a manager of the store Gamers, who offered them a home if they worked at the store. However Di Gi Charat is a selfish young girl who wishes of becoming a star.

(Source: ANN)


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Characters & Voice Actors


Sakurai, Hiroaki
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard, Screenplay
Tanaka, Kazuya
Sound Director
Sawashiro, Miyuki
Theme Song Performance
Okui, Masami
Theme Song Performance


Opening Theme

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"Only One, No. 1" by Masami Okui

Ending Theme

"Happy Day" by Sanada Asami, Sawashiro Miyuki and Hikami Kyouko

Jul 15, 2010
HatchetGirl (All reviews)
This was a very short anime, I saw all the episodes in about 1 night. One reason I liked this was because it was very cute and random. But a reason I didn't like it was because it didn't have Piyoko in it. Piyoko is a character from most of the other Di Gi Charat series, by the way. The art style was very cute, I really liked it. ^^ I think if you have time, you should watch this series. I reccomend it! Thanks for reading :D
Mar 10, 2010
metalmario (All reviews)
May as well make a review for this. Maybe someone out there will read this!
For such an old series (more than 10 years), Di Gi Charat can actually deliver something... may it be fun and laughter, cuteness or just filling in some spare minutes, as these episodes are only 4-7 minutes long.

WEIRD FACT: Di Gi Charat was solely created by Broccoli just to advertise their Gamers store in Akihabara, Japan.

There isn't much of a storyline. We have 2 young catgirls: Dejiko (who dreams to become an idol) and Puchiko, and their floating blob Gema decide to land in Akihabara. With no actual place to stay, read more
Feb 16, 2021
dotty_hoe (All reviews)
Di gi charat, I barely know the order to watch the anime so I thought starting from here was good

-Story 7/10-
Look the story was really nice, and they even added some other fun yet casual elements. Sadly I put a 7 (seven) because we don't see the characters at said shop in every episode, the fact that they're working in a shop feels like a not important detail

-Art 8/10-
Main characters had pleasant designs. The background characters is what bothered me. Look if I were an alien wo came at planet earth and saw that everyone there was like a bean and I were the only read more
May 28, 2015
BirdBird (All reviews)
It is impossible to take Di Gi Charat 100% seriously. Firstly, there is no linear narrative -- each episode is a vignette with the established characters in a new situation (but not necessarily a different setting). And secondly, the script is so insane, the writers were definitely having a riot making this stuff up. There is no mistaking this for a serious entry into the anime records.

This was one of the first anime series I watched start to finish as a teenager, and it blew my mind. With only a handful of animes under my belt, I'd seen enough to be very familiar with several read more

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