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Ojamajo Doremi


Alternative Titles

English: Magical DoReMi
Synonyms: Useless Witchgirl Doremi
Japanese: おジャ魔女どれみ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 51
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 7, 1999 to Jan 30, 2000
Premiered: Winter 1999
Broadcast: Sundays at 08:30 (JST)
Licensors: 4Kids Entertainment
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Original
Genres: Comedy, Magic
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages

Statistics

Score: 7.191 (scored by 9,302 users)
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Ranked: #26802
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Popularity: #2152
Members: 19,148
Favorites: 193
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Ranked #2680Popularity #2152Members 19,148
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Episodes: /51

Synopsis

Harukaze Doremi considers herself to be the unluckiest girl in the world. Her parents are always fighting, her little sister makes fun of her, and her crush pines after another girl. If only Doremi could just wave a magic wand, she would have a much better life—or so she used to think.

After a mishap with a real witch, Doremi becomes an apprentice witch herself, and it turns out she's pretty horrible at that, too.

Now she and her two friends must study to become better at magic so they can become good witches. That is, if they can focus on their magic studies!

The three apprentices will need all the luck they can get if they want to pass the witch exams and become full-fledged witches. Only then will Doremi's debt to the witch Majorika will be repaid. Until then, Doremi will remain a useless little witch girl!

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Characters & Voice Actors

Harukaze, Doremi
Harukaze, Doremi
Main
Chiba, Chiemi
Japanese
Chiba, Chiemi
Senoo, Aiko
Senoo, Aiko
Main
Matsuoka, Yuki
Japanese
Matsuoka, Yuki
Fujiwara, Hazuki
Fujiwara, Hazuki
Main
Akiya, Tomoko
Japanese
Akiya, Tomoko
Majorika
Majorika
Main
Nagasawa, Nao
Japanese
Nagasawa, Nao

Staff

Satou, Junichi
Satou, Junichi
Director
Igarashi, Takuya
Igarashi, Takuya
Director
Yamauchi, Shigeyasu
Yamauchi, Shigeyasu
Episode Director
Itou, Naoyuki
Itou, Naoyuki
Episode Director


Edit Opening Theme

"Ojamajo Carnival!! (おジャ魔女カーニバル!!)" by Yuki Matsuoka, Maho Dou, Chiemi Chiba, Tomoko Akiya.

Edit Ending Theme

"Kitto Ashita wa (きっと明日は)" by Saeko Shuu




More reviewsReviews

Umandsf
Apr 30, 2008
Note that this review was originally on my blog, so I may have score that differ from here because of different scoring systems

It was many years ago when I first heard of this show. I’m not exactly sure how I came to know it, but I remember hearing about this show about some kids with some kind of other worldly abilities that was ridiculously popular. Of course, this was at the time before I got into anime, so I kind of dismissed it, but it was always in the back (and I mean the VERY back of my mind). After getting into the world of read more
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Parial
Dec 23, 2014
Witches have for a long time been a source of inspiration for the creative musings of artists around the world, spanning multiple eras, cultures and religions, and as such being portrayed in uncountable ways. They are sometimes seen as deities, while in others as devils, but always possessing unfathomable powers beyond comprehension. Defiant of death and masters of nature, it comes as no surprise why witches have intrigued human imagination to such a deep extent.

It is from this vast pool of inspiration that Ojamajo Doremi draws from, yet also diverges from to form its own distinct identity. Unlike most similarly themed stories, the read more
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Clefairiess
Aug 22, 2015
Ojamajo Doremi is an amazing series. It is an almost perfect case of how to execute a proper magical girl anime that creates strong emotional connections with the characters that has you looking forward to more of their adventures and comedic moments. It leaves you not only satisfied with the quality of the work itself, but happy that the show was able to relay its messages of personal growth, positivity, and friendship to children and adults of all ages. Whether you’re 10 years old or somebody’s parent or just someone who appreciates good anime, Ojamajo Doremi is simply worth watching.
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lafgl
Jul 14, 2015
Ojamajo Doremi was the first ever anime I watched when I was about 8. I didn't even know what anime was. When I was 11 and had watched a few more animes, I decided to revisit Doremi with subtitles instead of the 4kids dub. (i have learned from my mistakes friend). Since then, I have watched Sharp, Naisho, and part of Motto. Everytime I watch Doremi it just makes me so happy. It's so cutesy and adorable and I love it. Seeing it now, it really makes me realize how good the characters actually are and what lessons they might have taught 8 year old read more
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