Toei Animation have announced a new movie based on the Ojamajo Doremi magical girl anime to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the series. The film, titled Majo Minarai wo Sagashite, was announced to premiere in 2020 at an AnimeJapan 2019 stage event featuring original voice cast members from the 1999 debut work.
When Ojamajo Doremi premiered in 1999, it was the first magical girl series produced by Toei since Mahou Shoujo Lalabel ended in 1981. It was also the first instance in which Toei Animation used the collective pseudonym Izumi Toudou as the work's original creator. That pseudonym would subsequently be used to credit the creation of the Precure franchise.
As part of the 20th anniversary commemoration, Toei are also producing a 26-episode Flash-based web anime series titled Ojamajo Doremi: Owarai Gekijou. The first episode has been released on the studio's official YouTube channel, and additional episodes will be streamed every two weeks beginning April 14. A new light novel series, titled Ojamajo Doremi 20's and featuring the series characters in their 20s, will also be released this summer.
Toei will also hold 20th anniversary events for the series in various cities throughout Japan. The first event, whose tickets can be reserved by lottery beginning April 1, will be held in Fukuoka on May 17. A second event will be held in Hokkaido in the summer.