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Chicchana Yukitsukai Sugar


Alternative Titles

English: A Little Snow Fairy Sugar
Synonyms: Tiny Snow Fairy Sugar, Chiccha na Yukitsukai Sugar
Japanese: ちっちゃな雪使いシュガー

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 2, 2001 to Mar 26, 2002
Premiered: Fall 2001
Broadcast: Unknown
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Original
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children

Statistics

Score: 7.191 (scored by 6,294 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #26702
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2455
Members: 14,946
Favorites: 110
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Episodes: /24

Synopsis

Season Fairies create and control the weather using special musical instruments. They make the wind blow, the snow fall, the sun shine; if it's something weather related, they are the ones who make it happen.

Sugar, an apprentice Snow Fairy, and her friends Salt and Pepper, all want to become full-fledged Season Fairies, and the only way to achieve this is to search for and find the "Twinkles" that will make their magical flowers bloom. The only problem is that none of them have any idea what a Twinkle is.

They enlist the somewhat unwilling help of Saga, a human girl who can see Season Fairies. Much to her annoyance, Saga's perfectly planned and ordered life has just become a little too lively for her taste. Together, they search for the mysterious Twinkles while trying to perfect their magic.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Sugar
Sugar
Main
Kawakami, Tomoko
Japanese
Kawakami, Tomoko
Bergman, Saga
Bergman, Saga
Main
Asano, Masumi
Japanese
Asano, Masumi
Salt
Salt
Main
Saeki, Tomo
Japanese
Saeki, Tomo
Pepper
Pepper
Main
Mizuhashi, Kaori
Japanese
Mizuhashi, Kaori

Staff

Hiraike, Yoshimasa
Hiraike, Yoshimasa
Director
Kimura, Shinichiro
Kimura, Shinichiro
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Tsuruoka, Youta
Tsuruoka, Youta
Sound Director
Yamada, Yasunori
Yamada, Yasunori
Script, Series Composition


Edit Opening Theme

"Sugar Baby Love" by Yoko Ishida

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"Snow Flower" by Maria Yamamoto




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Skadi
Dec 15, 2009
Have you ever wondered why the snow falls, the wind blows, and the clouds fill the sky? A Little Snow Fairy Sugar shows us that everything is controlled by musical little fairies! Weather has never been so adorable!

A Little Snow Fairy Sugar revolves around an eleven year old girl Saga and the little fairy apprentice Sugar that only she can see. Sugar has been sent to earth to complete her training and become a full fledged snow fairy. But to do this she must find something called a "Twinkle" which will make her magic flower bloom and signify she is a read more
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maybelletea
Nov 23, 2007
I love this anime so much I have the whole series. Tiny Snow Fairy Sugar is just too cute for words. And yet, despite it's adorable factor, I can honestly say this anime made me cry at the end.

Basically, to sum it up, the story is of a young, punctual, planning girl named Saga who, much to her dismay, happens to encounter upon a small fairy known as a "season fairy" (and it's not so long afterward until she meets others). The first little season fairy is named Sugar, and apprentice to become a great snow fairy. Now, you can't say Saga is the most read more
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megara
Jul 23, 2007
Like the name of the titular character, this anime is so sweet and cute that you will probably forgive any fault that you see in it.

The best thing in this anime is the characters. The fairies Sugar, Salt and Pepper are so cute, but not in the annoying way. Choro-sama, the elder fairy, will also make you laugh with his silly antics over his obsession with Ginger - a fairy obviously so much younger than him! Basil and Cinammon are also characters who, despite their bratty and rascal ways, will worm their way into your hearts.

And if you watched Card Captor Sakura, you just might read more
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Notshane
Feb 23, 2015
I can not express words how good this anime was. In fact, the anime itself delivers message that is unique for each viewer. Do not let its prominent shroud of childish folly trick you into thinking it is another anime for children for it is entirely in reverse. However, the kiddies are still more than welcome to watch it with you as this anime rarely has any adult contemporary in it.

What holds this anime up to very high standards is that, not only did it deliver a very overwhelmingly-good storyline, but all of this was entirely original and not based off a manga which destroys read more
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