Miyako "Rolling Bubbles, Bubbles" Gotokuji

Miyako Gotokuji

Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z
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Miyako Gotokuji (豪徳寺みやこ)

She transforms using the phrase "Rolling Bubbles" and uses a bubble wand as a weapon. In comparison to the original Bubbles, who was known for being the most childish of the girls, Miyako is the ditsiest member of the three, often appearing a bit clueless, and doesn't seem to understand her powers completely, along with a few other things. She is the only member of the girls who, like some villains, end a few sentences with a phrase; hers is desu wa. She is, however, a little more mature than some of the girls in the team and will try to calm any situation, although she too can be angered when provoked. She is also very polite and always uses honorifics at the end of names. She is more concerned with shopping, her appearance and her outfits, and perhaps because of this, she seems to be very popular among her male classmates. While she seems oblivious to the many boys that love her, she already "loves" Takaaki (or Taka-chan as she called him), a boy on whom she maybe has had a crush ever since she was six years old. She retains her hairstyle during the reimagining, but her pigtails are slightly longer, and curl into ringlets. She also uses curlers (3 balls on each pigtail) when going to bed. Miyako/Bubbles remains typified, however, by the original's compassion, gentleness and innocence, as well as her love of animals and her favorite doll, Octi. In episode 34, it is revealed she lives with only her grandmother. Her parents live in Milano. The reason for this is yet left unexplained. She is represented by bubbles.

(Source: Wikipedia)

Voice Actors
Hendrikse, Marÿke
Miyahara, Nami
Vera, Maggie
Song, Do Yeong
Monteiro, Christiane
Portuguese (BR)
Dougnac, Marie-Laure
Liberatori, Perla

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