Suite Precure♪

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Suite Pretty Cure♪
Japanese: スイート プリキュア♪


Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 48
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 6, 2011 to Jan 29, 2012
Premiered: Winter 2011
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, FantasyFantasy
Demographic: ShoujoShoujo
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 7.271 (scored by 46414,641 users)
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Ranked: #25562
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Popularity: #4760
Members: 13,320
Favorites: 99

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Synopsis

Major Land is a colorful world of music where instruments and notes come to life. During an annual concert event, Hummy, the cat songstress of Major Land, prepares to sing the "Melody of Happiness," capable of spreading happiness to worlds beyond. However, Mephisto, the king of Minor Land, interrupts the event and rewrites the score into the "Melody of Sorrow"—a dissonant composition that would instead cause despair when performed. In order to prevent this from happening, Hummy is tasked with finding the Precure, renowned warriors with an unmatched passion for music, and recreating the Melody of Happiness.

Hummy arrives in Kanon Town, home of musically-inclined athlete Hibiki Houjou and studious baker Kanade Minamino. Engaging only in endless bickers, Hibiki and Kanade were formerly best friends and have since fallen out of touch. Their activities are stopped short by an unwelcome guest—the songstress of Minor Land, Siren.

When Siren turns an important record into a gigantic monster, the girls' hearts resonate with the desire to protect what they hold dear and the two transform into the Suite Precure! As legendary warriors, Hibiki and Kanade will have to put their personal squabbles aside if they wish to protect the happiness of the world.

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Staff

Umezawa, Atsutoshi
Producer
Sakai, Munehisa
Director, Sound Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Yamaguchi, Yuuji
Sound Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Shibata, Hiroki
Sound Director, Episode Director, Storyboard


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Opening Theme

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1: "La♪ La♪ La♪ Suite PreCure♪" (ラ♪ラ♪ラ♪スイートプリキュア♪) by Mayu Kudou (eps 1-23)
2: "La♪ La♪ La♪ Suite Pretty Cure♪ ~Unlimited ver~" (ラ♪ラ♪ラ♪スイートプリキュア♪~∞UNLIMITED∞ ver~) by Mayu Kudo (eps 24-48)
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Ending Theme

1: "Wonderful↑Powerful↑Music!!" (ワンダフル↑パワフル↑ミュージック!!) by Aya Ikeda (eps 1-23)
2: "#Kibou Rainbow#" (#キボウレインボウ#) by Aya Ikeda (eps 24-48)



Jul 3, 2013
ihateeveryone (All reviews)
"Suite Precure" doesn't seem to have the best reputation in the Precure franchise. With weak starting episodes, silly conflict between the two main girls, and being the next installment after the highly successful and loved "Heartcatch Precure," expectations were both raised high for it and then shot down when it didn't deliver things similar to it's predecessors. Tag this along with the fact that it borrowed some used plotlines from previous seasons and people conjure up the idea that Suite is worst Precure season. With all of this on the table, is it safe to say that this is really the case?

I, for one, read more
Aug 1, 2021
CataOrShane (All reviews)
This review will be spoiler free!

For me, Suite Precure was the most promising Precure season up their time. I really liked the chemistry between the two main girls and I liked how the visuals felt more Precure than the previous season. Not only that, but the girls to me felt that they had more personality than most of the previous Precure's.

However, the last 12 episodes ruined what was being a very enjoyable show to me. When the final precure's identity was revealed, it broke the dynamic of Suite Precure as a season. The anime created a perfect oportunity to have the climax of the story read more
Oct 8, 2011
patamon (All reviews)
Preliminary
I think people tend to forget that Pretty Cure is intended for children, specifically, little girls. Yes, it appeals to a wider range of viewers, including adults, but, at its heart, it is intended for a very young audience. Sure, the situations where Seiren and Trio the Minor try to destroy Hibiki and Kanade's friendship might seem cheesy, over-the-top, or unnecessary, but that's how we see it from the perspective of an older viewer. When you're trying to make a point about friendship to a young audience, you can't necessarily be subtle about it. Also, could Hibiki and Kanade avoid 99% of their conflicts by read more
Mar 25, 2011
5camp (All reviews)
Preliminary
Suite Pre­cure had two things going for it. The bitchin’ trans­form­a­tion sequences and the CGI dan­cing in the end­ing song. Ser­i­ously, those things are so god­dam pretty and col­our­ful. Com­bined with the epic musical score, the bitchin’ trans­form­a­tion sequences were the high­lights of the epis­ode. The CGI dan­cing end­ing was pos­sibly even more awe­some. Anime always needs more dan­cing, but those I’ve gen­er­ally been presen­ted with haven’t been up to scratch. I can under­stand that the obses­sion with the Haruhi end­ing dance is pre­cisely because it’s so easy, but you can hardly call that a proper dance. That’s just a bit of hand wav­ing. Suite read more

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