Fairy Idol Kanon
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Fairy Idol Kanon

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Japanese: フェアリーアイドルかのん
English: Fairy Idol Kanon
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 6, 2003 to Nov 6, 2006
Demographic: Kids Kids
Serialization: Comic BunBun
Authors: Hakamada, Mera (Story & Art)


Score: 6.921 (scored by 138138 users)
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Ranked: #98312
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #23244
Members: 436
Favorites: 2


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The Kingdom of Sound lies in a dimension where fairies prosper, relying on music from the human world to fuel their magical energy. Unfortunately, more and more songs by the humans have not been made with pure intentions, causing the fairies to suffer from a lack of pure magical energy. Concerned for her kingdom, the queen asks her daughter to visit the human world and seek individuals with vocal potential who can spread their voices and restore balance to the dimension.

The queen's daughter, Princess Alto, manages to find three young school girls who attend Hinoura Elementary School who may be able to help her. These girls are Kanon Kohinata, a cheerful girl who loves to sing and has an exceptionally healing voice; Marika Amano, a prideful girl whose voice is so skillful that it rivals Kanon's; and Kodama Yagi, a careful girl who has a soft voice that synchronizes well with that of her friends. When these girls and the fairy princess meet, a friendship develops and a goal to become an idol group forms. But will these girls be able to achieve fame and save the Kingdom of Sound?

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Fairy Idol Kanon was published in English by Udon Entertainment from May 1, 2009 to December 16, 2010.



Apr 25, 2019
After making a ton of recommendations, it's time I made my first review on this site— and why not begin with a late-childhood-favorite that doesn't have any reviews yet as of this writing?

Fairy Idol Kanon is a fun musical-themed fairy tale that was Mera Hakamada's first manga series. While people who know of her are more familiar with her GL works like The Last Uniform, I've always known her for this underrated gem of a children's manga. This is one of those manga series that I really believe deserves an anime adaptation— lots of funny scenes, cute character and outfit designs, some nice morals, and ...

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