History Anime / OjamajoDoremi

23rd May '16 12:21:51 PM Morgenthaler
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* BlondGuysAreEvil: Leon in ''Sharp'', as per his goals of kidnapping Hana.
* BlondesAreEvil:
** [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] by Reika and Erika. They're {{Jerkass}}es, but not truly evil.
** The BigBad was originally depicted in a flashback as having blonde hair, [[spoiler:though it was later revealed to be black. She is also ''not'' truly evil herself.]]
7th May '16 2:28:35 PM RedBuster
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* TragicOneShotCharacter: Nozomi in ''Na-i-sho''
13th Apr '16 3:15:12 AM STARcasticOreo
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* AerithAndBob: Everyone else's names are common Japanese names except for Doremi, Pop, and maybe Onpu. Likewise, the names of people who live in New York are common as well, with Momoko being the Aerith while living there.

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* AerithAndBob: Everyone else's names are common Japanese names except for Doremi, Pop, and maybe Onpu. [[note]]literally means "note" in Japanese[[/note]] Likewise, the names of people who live in New York are common as well, with Momoko being the Aerith while living there.
24th Mar '16 9:15:40 AM TheNerfGuy
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: In the United States, ''Ojamajo Doremi'' aired at 7:30 AM every Saturday -- a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show. Because it got low ratings, the remainder of the series was put on 4Kids' website via streaming. There was also a planned second wave of toy sets for the second half of the show, some of which leaked Oyajide and Onpu's names, but never came to fruition because of the flop.
* SecretSecretKeeper: Ms. Seki suspects correctly the girls' have a real reason for working at a magic shop. But doesn't investigate further as she trusts their judgment.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: In the United States, ''Ojamajo Doremi'' aired at 7:30 AM every Saturday -- a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show. Because it got low ratings, the remainder of the series was put on 4Kids' website via streaming. There was also a planned second wave of toy sets for the second half of the show, some of which leaked Oyajide and Onpu's names, but never came to fruition because of the flop.
* SecretSecretKeeper: Ms. Seki suspects correctly the girls' girls have a real reason for working at a magic shop. But This becomes subverted since she trusts their judgement and doesn't investigate further as she trusts their judgment.any further, thereby keeping the actual secret a secret.



* SeparatedAtBirth: [[spoiler:In book 3 of ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'', Hana is revealed to have a twin sister who she must compete against to win the throne to the Witch World.]]

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* SeparatedAtBirth: [[spoiler:In In book 3 of ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'', Hana [[spoiler:Hana is revealed to have a twin sister who she must compete against to win the throne to the Witch World.]]
30th Jan '16 3:54:47 AM TitoMosquito
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* SecretSecretKeeper: Ms. Seki suspects correctly the girls' have a real reason for working at a magic shop. But doesn't investigate further as she trusts their judgment.
27th Dec '15 1:32:15 PM starjewel
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* AudienceShift: ''Ojamajo Doremi'' is a show targeted towards little girls, but ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'' is targeted to people who grew up with the show. Also, since the 15th anniversary of ''Ojamajo Doremi'', Bandai has been releasing ''Doremi''-themed products for adult women, such as make-up and jewelry accessories.
21st Oct '15 5:28:24 PM valar55
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* GadgeteerGenius: Majo Toron, during her only appearance, is confirmed to have invented the girls' current porons and is later shown to have made a number of working gadgets. It appears she zigzags between GadgeteerGenuis and BunglingInventor...

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* GadgeteerGenius: Majo Toron, during her only appearance, is confirmed to have invented the girls' current porons and is later shown to have made a number of working gadgets. It appears she zigzags between GadgeteerGenuis GadgeteerGenius and BunglingInventor...
11th Oct '15 3:33:33 PM starjewel
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: In the United States, ''Ojamajo Doremi'' aired at 7:30 AM every Saturday -- a time where ''no one'' would actually want to get up to watch the show. Because it got low ratings, the remainder of the series was put on 4Kids' website via streaming. There was also a planned second wave of toy sets for the second half of the show, some of which leaked Oyajide and Onpu's names, but never came to fruition because of the flop.
27th Sep '15 6:51:57 PM starjewel
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In 2011, Kodansha began publishing a series of LightNovel trilogies under the title ''Ojamajo Doremi 16''. The novels were penned by Midori Kuriyama, the series' main episode writer, with illustrations provided by Yoshihiko Umakoshi, the original series' character designer. The story take place years after the ending of the original anime series, where Doremi is now a high school student. The stories are written in the same episodic format as the television series, dealing with problems in both Doremi's personal life and affairs in the Witch World. After the release of ''Ojamajo Doremi 16 ~Come On!~'', the novel continued on as a second trilogy titled ''Ojamajo Doremi 17''.

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In 2011, Kodansha began publishing a series of LightNovel trilogies under the title ''Ojamajo Doremi 16''. The novels were penned by Midori Kuriyama, the series' main episode writer, with illustrations provided by Yoshihiko Umakoshi, the original series' character designer. The story take place years after the ending of the original anime series, where Doremi is now a high school student. The stories are written in the same episodic format as the television series, dealing with problems in both Doremi's personal life and affairs in the Witch World. After the release of ''Ojamajo Doremi 16 ~Come On!~'', the novel continued on as a second trilogy titled ''Ojamajo Doremi 17''.
17'', and later a third titled ''Ojamajo Doremi 18''.
13th Jun '15 12:48:34 PM GhostOfAGeek
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The franchise was your standard MagicalGirl affair, though there was very little evil-fighting. The series was instead driven by the characters and their development not only as {{Cute Witch}}es but as people. Admittedly, it suffers from a lot of {{Filler}}, and [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism depending on how cynical you are]], you could consider every series after the first to be {{Post Script Season}}s. But it ''was'' a massively popular series in Japan and has its fair share of high points. Notably, it's the second longest MagicalGirl series to date (behind ''PrettyCure''), but unlike ''PrettyCure'', the series takes place in only one continuity.

The series has been dubbed into several languages and released in multiple countries under the name ''Magical [=DoReMi=]''. In America it was licensed by [[FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]], becoming the first version ''not'' to call the main character "Doremi" (instead they called her '''Do'''rie, turning Hazuki and Aiko into '''Re'''anne and '''Mi'''rabelle respectively to retain the pun in the title). While the first twenty-six episodes were aired on television, the last twenty-five were only available online.

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The franchise was your standard MagicalGirl affair, though there was very little evil-fighting. The series was instead driven by the characters and their development not only as {{Cute Witch}}es but as people. Admittedly, it suffers from a lot of {{Filler}}, and [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism depending on how cynical you are]], you could consider every series after the first to be {{Post Script Season}}s. But it ''was'' a massively popular series in Japan and has its fair share of high points. Notably, it's the second longest MagicalGirl series to date (behind ''PrettyCure''), ''Franchise/PrettyCure''), but unlike ''PrettyCure'', ''Pretty Cure'', the series takes place in only one continuity.

The series has been dubbed into several languages and released in multiple countries under the name ''Magical [=DoReMi=]''. In America it was licensed by [[FourKidsEntertainment [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]], becoming the first version ''not'' to call the main character "Doremi" (instead they called her '''Do'''rie, turning Hazuki and Aiko into '''Re'''anne and '''Mi'''rabelle respectively to retain the pun in the title). While the first twenty-six episodes were aired on television, the last twenty-five were only available online.
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