Characters: Jewelpet Pets

The Jewelpets are magical creatures that are named after birthstones and jewels. They have the mineral they're named after as their eyes, which are used to cast their own brand of magic, the Jewel Flash. They live in a mystical place called Jewel Land, attending a school to learn more about magic along with their human partners. The Jewelpets' magic is divided into two categories: normal (or light) magic and forbidden dark magic.

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    General tropes 
  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Each Jewelpet wears accessories, even the boys.
  • All There in the Manual: It's easy enough to know what animal each Jewelpet is, but the specific breed (e.g. Persian, Welsh Corgi...) is never stated in-universe.
    • This also applies to the jewels that they represent. With the exception of the first series, and the main cast in following ones, you have to guess their jewels from their names (or check the Internet), because they'll probably never state them.
  • All Your Powers Combined: The finales of the first series, Sunshine and Kira Deco have all the Jewelpets combining their powers to defeat the great evil.
  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: Less than you'd think. Most pets are their real life colours.
  • Badass Adorable / Badbutt: Small, adorable animals who have defeated God herself.
  • Badass Cape: Jewelpets get one called a Jewel Cloak when they become master magicians.
  • Badass Crew: Just the team of six mascots already has some of the most powerful pets in the franchise.
  • Bishonen Line: Magical Change. Even totally inept Jewelpets can cast super-powerful magic in their human forms.
  • Bond Creatures: Jewelpets bond with humans to release their true power.
  • Carnivore Confusion: Rabbit Jewelpets eat meat. Likewise, carnivorous species of Jewelpets can eat veggies because it's good for their health.
  • Casting a Shadow: While Jewelpets usually deal with light-based magic, in some continuities, there is the odd Jewelpet capable of casting Dark Magic. S/he is always evil.
  • Color-Coded Wizardry: Depending on the eye color, each Jewelpet is assigned its respective magical attribute.
  • Cool Down: In Sunshine, Jewelpets turn into giant versions of their Jewel Charms right after casting a spell. They can still move though.
  • Creation Myth: Depends on the season. In the first series, a magician brought them to life using jewels; in Twinkle, Jewelina created them from the good traits of humanity; in Kira Deco, Jewelina created them using the Mirror Ball.
  • Cute Witch: Cute animals who trade in magic.
  • Dark Is Evil / Dark Is Not Evil: Magical Black Jewelpets aren't naturally evil. However, they are still the anime's preferred class when they want to portray an evil Jewelpet.
  • Demoted to Extra: The Jewelpets in general get this treatment in the OVA (yes, even protagonist/mascot Ruby - she has like 4 minutes of screentime). This is justified, because the OVA's plot revolves around Alma adapting to the human world, and Akari and friends aren't supposed to get involved with magic anymore.
  • Dogs Are Dumb: Averted. Most canine Jewelpets show average (in human standards) intelligence. The rest, like Sapphie and Yuku? Geniuses.
  • Elemental Powers: Refer to above. Only used in the toys; even then, averted for Magical Black Jewelpets.
  • Elite Army: First series only. The Jewel Eight (Jewelpets from Nix to Brownie) are said to be stronger than the other Jewelpets.
  • Familiar: All of the pets were created to accompany mages in training.
  • Five-Bad Band: First series.
  • Flying Broomstick: How they get around in the first series and the movie.
  • Four Legs Good, Two Legs Better: Jewelpets really only go on four legs if they're in a rush. Angela is one of the few who prefer using four legs.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Dian's group in the first series. Dian is sanguine, Diana is choleric, Lapis is melancholic and King is phlegmatic.
  • Freudian Trio
    • Ruby is fun-loving, irresponsible, and pretty much lets herself be driven by her gut instincts, for better or for worse. The Id.
    • Garnet often chastises and mocks Ruby for her erratic behavior, despite the fact that she's also prone (just perhaps not as much) to let her emotions drive her actions. The Superego with Id tendencies.
    • Sapphie has a thoughtful and reasonable personality, and often comes up with the best solution to a problem. She rarely intervenes in Ruby's and Garnet's disputes, though. The Ego.
  • Fun Size: They're all fit to be carried in your arms without much hassle.
  • Greek Chorus: In the first half of Kira Deco, several episodes are commented on by some minor Jewelpet character.
  • Humanity Ensues: They can turn into humans in Magical Change.
  • Immortality: Possibly. If a Jewelpet dies, it just goes back to being a Jewel Charm and can be revived with spells, without the Jewelpet losing his/her personality or memories in the process.
  • Invisible Anatomy: Wait... how do the Jewelpets hold things without any fingers?
  • Light 'em Up: All Jewelpets' magic is light-powered.
  • Magic Misfire: Happens rather frequently across several characters as the primary source of humour in the anime.
  • Meaningful Name / Rock Theme Naming: Every pet is named after a type of mineral and they have said mineral as their eyes.
  • Mentor Mascot: In Lady, the pets are called Mentors (in English), and their job is to guide their human to become a proper Lady.
  • Morphic Resonance: Their human forms in Magical Change, mostly having to do with their color schemes.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: All of the Jewelpets. Labra escalates this Up to Eleven!
  • Power Floats: In Lady and Magical Change, the Jewelpets get around on floating balls.
  • The Power of the Sun: In Sunshine, their magic seems to draw power from the sun, contrasting the cold theme that Dark Magic has in this season.
  • Power Trio: Ruby, Garnet and Sapphie originally. Other trios were formed each season (Kaiya, Ryl and Amelie in Twinkle for example).
  • Quirky Mini Boss Squad: The Jewel Eight from the first series.
  • Really 700 Years Old: An argument between Milky and Luna in episode 10 of Twinkle implies that the Jewelpets can live to or are hundreds of years old.
  • Red Is Heroic: There's a reason the class with the most Jewelpets is Magical Red. There's also a reason half of the main Jewelpets are Magical Red, whereas all the other classes have a single representative.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: There are no reptilian Jewelpets (not yet, anyway) because of this trope. Actually, out of over 40 Jewelpets, only 3 are non-mammals (Charotte, Rin, Aqua), probably because mammals are cuter.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: All the Jewelpets, but Ruby steals the spotlight. Labra stands out as well, for being a baby.
  • Satellite Character: The Jewelpets in the first series and Twinkle are largely driven by wanting to help their human partners become better people. Sure, they have distinct personalities, but they generally don't have dreams or things they want for themselves. Then Sunshine came along.
  • Sleep Mode Size: The function of their Jewel Charm forms in the first series.
  • Talking Animal: Most of them speak perfectly fine, but depending on the season, a few Jewelpets might be mute or have some speech impediment, either for drama or comedy or both.
  • Tareme Eyes: The majority of the cast, with a few exceptions, usually feline.
  • Three Plus Two: While the mascots have ballooned to six, the ones to get the most focus and action are still the original trio of Ruby, Garnet and Sapphie.
    • Subverted in the last battle of Sunshine, where Garnet and Sapphie are soundly defeated and Labra and Angela fill in for them.
  • To Be a Master: Most of the franchise is about training the Jewelpets so they become full-fledged magicians.
  • Vague Age: Jewelpets have no determined age. Because they have human-like personalities we can deduce that their maturity is that of teenagers/young adults (14-24 years). The only Jewelpet that subverts this trope is Labra since she is always written as a baby.
    • Word of God even stated that they can't pinpoint their exact age.

    Main Mascot Trio 


Voiced by: Ayaka Saitou

The Jewelpet of Courage or, in later years, Luck, Ruby is the main heroine of the series. She is a white Japanese hare who wears a pink and red cherry blossom on her head, as well as a necklace shaped like a pair of red cherries. Her birthday is on July 29 and her name is based on the gemstone ruby.

In the first series, Ruby is a Jewelpet with the Acrylic Class ranking because her magic only has a 1% chance of success. Due to her bad behavior and goofing off in class, she was punished by the Four Great Magicians of Jewel Land, turning her into a Jewel Charm and sending her to Earth with the mission to find her lost friends. Her Jewel Charm form fell into Rinko's drinking glass that night and was awakened by Rinko's magic using the Jewel Pocketbook the next day. Her personality is joyful, brash, happy and she's sometimes a troublemaker, which gives her partner Rinko a hard time. Despite this, she and Rinko get appointed to find the other missing Jewelpets on Earth and to handle every problem they encounter. She has a crush on Tour.

In Twinkle, Ruby is a new student in the Magic Academy. Her admittance exam is to find a human partner on Earth who matches the feelings of her heart, and so she meets Akari. After that, she gets accepted in the academy along with Akari and lives with her in the human world. She also acts as Labra's older sister. She also has a crush on Tour here, but it's not addressed by the plot.

In Sunshine, she's a student of Jewel Land's Sunshine Academy and Kanon's roommate, with whom she has trouble getting along. She has a huge crush on Mikage, which inflames her disagreements with Kanon even more. Tour is also in love with her in this season.

In Kira Deco, Ruby is the owner of the Kira Kira Shop, and is completely obsessed with decoration. She and her friends meet the KiraDeco 5 one night and they decide to work together to search for the Deco Stones. The Deco Stones tell her she is a Deco Stone Master, the only one who can use the Deco Stones' power and destroy the darkness that plagues the human world.

In Happiness, Ruby is just your average Jewelpet, until she meets Jewelina and is entrusted with the magical Jewel Box. Given a mission to make friends, she is entrusted to fill the jewel box with happiness jewels, but also needs to attend the Jewel Academy and open a shop called the Jewel Cafe. However, things don't go as well as expected as several failures and mishaps happen and the students get scared of her. In the verge of giving up, she is befriended by Chiari, a 3rd grade middle school student, and they start helping each other out in managing the cafe.
  • Art Shift: For the duration of Lady episode 51, she's drawn slightly more photorealistically.
  • Badass Armfold: She does it in the second opening of Happiness.
  • Badass in Distress: She gets kidnapped by Sanada in episode 51 of Happiness and becomes impregnated with Unhappiness to the point where she starts changing color. A magically empowered Chiari goes to rescue her.
  • Beauty, Brains and Brawn: The Brawn of the three.
  • Big Eater
  • Birds of a Feather: Granite has a similar personality to her in Kira Deco. She also has a great relationship with Pink on account of their tastes and the fact that Pink is more lively and joyful than previous protagonists.
    • She also bonds well with Retsu in some episodes because of their passionate personalities.
  • Book Dumb: Hates studying, which probably doesn't contribute to her already unphenomenal intelligence.
  • Break the Cutie: Sunshine, after Kanon beats her to it in asking Mikage out and he says yes. She got over it shortly after.
  • Bunnies for Cuteness
  • Calling Your Attacks: "JEWEL FLASH!", "JEWEL RETURN!", "JEWEL SWEETS FLASH!"
  • The Chosen One: The descendant of a legendary wizard in the first series, the only one who can find the Flower of Happiness in Twinkle, a Wise One in Sunshine and a Deco Stone Master in Kira Deco.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Deconstructed in Kira Deco. Kaiser takes advantage of Ruby's protectiveness of Pink to kill the former by pretending to aim for the latter.
  • Cloudcuckoolander
  • Commonality Connection: She immediately likes Pink, whom she just met, because of her jewel decorations, although Pink takes a while to reciprocate.
  • Cool Big Sis: To Park in the movie.
  • Cool Crown: Wields one in the movie's climax.
  • Crash-Into Hello: How she met Tour in the first series.
  • Create Your Own Villain: It's revealed in the last episode of Happiness that the crisis of the Red Moon is her fault, because sometime before the show, she drew a face on the mirror of the moon and it reflected in its surface, making people scared of it and causing it to start resenting them and creating Unhappiness. Jewelina summoned all the Jewelpets to collect Magic Gems soon after.
  • Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: In Sunshine, she promises Mikage that she'll find a dream for both their sakes and some episodes are about her doing just that. She even takes her schoolwork more seriously.
  • Disney Death: Sunshine, dies in episode 51, but comes back to life in the next episode through Mikage's love and the power of their rings.
    • In Kira Deco, episode 50 starts with her dying protecting Pink from Kaiser, but the latter manages to revive her at the end of the same episode.
  • The Dulcinea Effect: It's friendship instead of love, but she tackles Pink out of the way of Angela and Labra's arresting spell even though she hardly knows her at the time.
  • Dumb Is Good
  • Ear Ache: Ruby got pulled in the ears twice by Rinko in episode 6. Kanon also tends to swing her around by her ears.
  • Era-Specific Personality: There isn't much of a difference in her personality in any of the four seasons, but she's more of a supportive, foolishly wise type in Twinkle.
  • Everything's Better with Sparkles: Obsessed with them in Kira Deco.
  • Expy: Of My Melody.
  • Eye Poke: Suffered this in Kira Deco.
  • Fiery Redhead: Her human form, since Ruby is Hot-Blooded.
  • Flower Motifs: Ruby wears a cherry blossom hairpin near her right ear. In the language of flowers, the cherry blossom symbolizes kindness.
  • The Fool
  • Friendly Rival: To Kanon in Sunshine and one-sided on her account to Opal in Kira Deco.
  • Fun Personified
  • Genki Girl: Endlessly cheerful and lively.
  • Get a Hold of Yourself Man: To Akari in the first episode of Twinkle, when the two were falling to their deaths.
  • Go Mad from the Isolation: Kira Deco episode 15, on her stay in the deserted island she became more wild and feral. She gets better in the end.
  • Hair Decorations: A cherry blossom hairpin.
    • Her human form has a white ribbon resembling rabbit ears.
  • The Heroine
  • Heroic Albino: White with red eyes.
  • Heroic BSOD: Is in this state for much of episode 24 of Sunshine, after Mikage and Kanon declare they are going out. The shock of confirmation through the school newspaper combined with the return of Tour snap her out of this.
  • High School Sweethearts: With Mikage.
  • Hot-Blooded: Certainly an impulsive girl, she can also be extremely passionate when it counts.
  • Hot for Teacher: Her crush on Twinkle-era Tour, who's a teacher.
  • Hour of Power: First series. After achieving Super Crystal class, she loses it in the last episode, after everything settles down. She's very upset at the revelation.
  • Improvised Armour: In episode 36 of Lady, she successfully blocks Romeo's sword thrust with her Jewel Pad.
  • Inept Mage: Her most enduring characteristic. In the more serious seasons, she grows out of it.
  • Interspecies Romance: Tour in the first series and Twinkle, Mikage in Sunshine and Granite since Sunshine's ending.
  • Iron Butt Monkey
  • Kawaiiko
  • Killer Rabbit: Comes with being one of the most powerful Jewelpets.
  • Kill the Cutie: Sunshine and Kira Deco. But comes back.
  • The Klutz
  • Late to the Tragedy: First series starts out with all Jewelpets being transformed into their Jewel Charm form and becoming lost while being sent to the Forest of Dreams. The exception is Ruby, as she arrived late, so the Majos appoint her as the one to retrieve the lost Jewelpets.
  • Leonine Contract: Raku Majo takes her bad behaviour and more or less blackmails her into going into the human world to recover the Jewelpets.
  • Lethally Stupid: Her idiocy and impulsiveness occasionally put those around her in danger.
  • Little Miss Badass: Regardless of her laziness, she is very powerful and shouldn't be provoked.
  • Loser Protagonist: She's dumb, she has terrible grades and her magic fails most of the time. But she tends to get better as the story goes on.
  • Made of Explodium: A failed spell in the first series causes an explosion.
  • Memento MacGuffin: Jewelina's Jewel Pod in Kira Deco.
    • In Happiness, it's the Magical Jewel Box that Jewelina gave her.
  • Messianic Archetype: Sunshine and Kira Deco. In both continuities she's destined to save the world and in both continuities she dies and ressurects.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: First series, the Mini Jewel Stick in episode 30.
    • Jewelina's Jewel Pod in episode 27 of Kira Deco.
  • Mighty Whitey: One of the few clearly Japanese animals represented in the franchise is the most important one.
  • Moment Killer: Interrupts Rinko and Akira's kiss in the finale.
  • Motivational Lie: Telling Rinko that her courage spell really works truthfully is more of an attempt to save face, but it does help Rinko when she makes her speech.
  • Mrs Vice Girl: She's lazy and irresponsible as all hell, but firmly on the good side.
  • Nave Newcomer: Twinkle, same as Akari.
  • Naughty Is Good
  • Official Couple: With Granite as of Sunshine.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Though she and Granite are mostly white, they have respectively pink and blue details in their designs (like the inside of their ears and their accessories; eyes would count if not for Ruby's being red).
  • Playboy Bunny: Episode 37 of Sunshine and episode 41 of Kira Deco, if only in an Imagine Spot.
  • Plucky Comic Relief
  • Plucky Girl: It's rare to see her looking downcast; if she is, she'll have gotten over it by the episode's ending.
  • Potty Failure: Episode 23 of the first series and Kira Deco.
  • The Prankster: First series and Sunshine.
  • Rascally Rabbit: Loves screwing around more than anything.
  • Rescue Romance: In episode 10 of the first series, Ruby is determined to save Tour and protects him from the Phantom Herb Thieves, so that maybe he'll fall in love with her.
  • Retired Badass: Twinkle OVA. Currently Walking the Earth with Diana and Opal.
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: Her Puroland counterpart, reused in Twinkle's episode 27.
  • Rummage Sale Reject: Non-fashion variant. Her idea of decoration in Kira Deco involves slapping a lot of colorful junk together with no care at all for any kind of order or congruence.
  • Sarcasm-Blind: Being notoriously dense as she is, it's expected. It really becomes noticeable in Lady, with Luea's subtle jabs at her and Momona's lack of ladylike qualities, which she takes as compliments.
  • Scully Box: In-Universe. Her Imagine Spots with Mikage often have her standing on staircases or boxes so she can reach his face. When he's not holding her himself, that is.
  • Sean Connery Is About to Shoot You: Near the beginning of Sunshine's OP's 1st version, followed by a Pistol Pose.
    • In other OP sequences, she uses a variation of this with spellcasting.
  • Series Mascot: Obviously, since she's the protagonist.
  • Shipper on Deck: Tends to ship her human partner with her love interest. To wit: Rinko/Akira, Akari/Yuuma, Chiari/Kosuke and Momona/Cayenne. Exceptions occur in Sunshine and Kira Deco; the former because Ruby is also in love with the guy, and the latter because Pink has no real love interest.
  • Shop Keeper: In Kira Deco where she owns the Kira Kira Shop and in Happiness where she owns the Jewel Cafe.
  • The Slacker: Always tries to skip out on studying or work.
  • Stepford Smiler: While Kanon dates Mikage. You can tell she's trying to hide her sadness in some scenes.
    • Also when Rinko is kidnapped by Dian in episode 46 of the first series.
  • Summoning Ritual: Kira Deco. She needs to do a crazy dance to make Deco Stones come to her and lend her their power.
  • Taking the Bullet: Sunshine. She shields Kanon and Mikage from the Dark Queen's attack and dies in the process, though she comes back to life.
    • Kira Deco. Gets in Kaiser's way when he attacks Pink; turns out he was aiming for her all along.
  • 10-Minute Retirement: Lady. Briefly quits being Momona's Mentor because of the guilt she feels from lying to her.
  • Thinks Like a Romance Novel: She's hopelessly romantic but things rarely work out exactly as she expects them.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The girly girl to Peridot in Kira Deco. She followed the path of decoration, while Peridot followed that of adventuring.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: Apparently, she was this to Hinata when they were roommates. In episode 21-B of Sunshine, she all but says that she preferred Hinata when she was an Extreme Doormat because then she could mooch off her homework. It's safe to say that Hinata is much better off with Peridot (especially considering she kickstarts her character development) than she was with Ruby.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Carrots all around. Pudding in Sunshine.
  • Training from Hell: Gets it from Labra in episode 50 of the first series, so her magic can reach the Super Crystal class.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: Ruby is a moron but her magic is definitely not weak. The problem is that she's rarely motivated. But when she is, better watch your back.
  • Unwanted Harem: Gets no less than four romantic options in Sunshine, three of which she actively rejects (and one being a one shot character).
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Kanon in Sunshine. They whale on each other all the time, but when it comes down to it, they do care about each other.
  • Voice for the Voiceless: In Happiness, she's the only one capable of understanding the Red Moon's mumbles, so she flip-flops between repeating what it just said and answering it.
  • Voice of the Legion: In episode 49 of Lady, a Beast speaks through her to talk to Momona, and her voice sounds like this.
  • Walking the Earth: At the end of Twinkle, she goes off to find the Flower of Happiness with Diana, Opal, Jasper and Angela.
  • Wave Motion Gun: Ruby uses powerful magic beams during the final battle in Sunshine. She even resorts to Beam Spam it.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Occasionaly. One example is getting called out for abusing Opal in Sunshine.
  • White Bunny
  • Woman in White
  • "World of Cardboard" Speech / What Measure Is a Non-Cute?: Ruby gives this speech in Sweets Dance Princess. Gumimin's rage can't be stopped and he keeps on eating everything in his path. The only way to stop him is to destroy the candy tower... but Ruby is against the idea, because that would entail killing him, and Gumimin is their friend who's been accompanying them in their journey, so she will never allow anyone to harm him.


Voiced by: Aya Hirano

"The most adorable kitten, Garnet, is here!"
The Jewelpet of Love and Beauty, Garnet is a pink Persian cat who wears a red ribbon and a pink jewel necklace. Just like her human partners, Garnet loves the colour pink. Garnet demonstrates an impressive talent for fashion, always knowing what clothing is best for the wearer. Her birthday is on January 8 and her name is based on the gemstone garnet.

In the first series, her partner is Minami after she confessed her weakness. At first Garnet doesn't like her, but when Minami showed Garnet her room, she had a change of heart. She is sassy and tough, yet likes cute stuff. She earned the "Glass Class" ranking in magic because her magic has a success rate of 50%.

In Twinkle, she and Sango were both Miria's Jewepets, both performing magic along with her. She and Sango serve as Miria's conscience on what to do. She and Sango have a crush on Dian.

In Sunshine, she's one of the students of Sunshine Academy. She is stylish and bold and has an idol in Nyanjelina. She dreams of becoming an actress and works very hard towards her dream, making her into something of a workaholic. Has a small rivalry with Diana. Masago loves her, which she is ignorant of, being too distracted with achieving her dream to be in a relationship.

In Kira Deco, Garnet is from a rich family and likes fashionable stuff. She has a crush on one of the Kira Deco 5, Blue Knight, and appointed him as her personal butler, so he has to follow her around. Her Jewel Pod is decorated with lots of jewels.

In Happiness, she is one of Ruby's friends who is given a mission to make friends and open the Jewel Cafe. She works as a waitress and is a steady worker.
  • Beauty, Brains and Brawn: The Beauty of the three.
  • Big Fancy House: Kira Deco.
  • Bodyguard Crush: With Blue Knight.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Once by M-Kage.
  • Calling Your Attacks: "JEWEL FLASH!", "JEWEL RETURN!"
  • Catch Phrase: Sunshine. "Strike it rich!", in European dubs, "Money, money, money!"
  • Cats Are Mean: She's definitely the nastiest of the mascots, but she's still good.
  • Cat Stereotype: Snobby Persian. Played straight everywhere except Sunshine.
  • Cat Up a Tree: Subverted in episode 2 of the first series. She didn't get stuck, as she was perfectly capable of using her broomstick to get out. She just did it to be a bitch to Minami and Rinko.
  • Cool Crown: Wields one in the movie's climax.
  • Crash-Into Hello: How she meets Marie in Happiness. Turns out to be less fateful than expected.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Pink fur and magenta eyes made of garnets.
  • Era-Specific Personality: She's a snobby fashionista most seasons. However, in Sunshine, she's more of a humble hard worker.
  • Everything's Better with Sparkles: Kira Deco.
  • The Fashionista: All of her incarnations. Garnet is a walking prima donna when it comes to clothes.
  • The Four Loves: The Jewelpet of Eros.
  • Go Mad from the Isolation: Kira Deco episode 15, on her stay in the deserted island she became more wild and feral. She gets better in the end.
  • Hair Decorations: A ribbon.
  • Heart Broken Badass: Sunshine, in episode 25. She gets over it come end of the episode.
  • Humongous Mecha: Sunshine; a giant prop of herself that she used in her comedy shows gets modified by Sapphie into this and is used in the final showdown arc against mecha-Sango.
  • Hypocritical Humor: She frequently criticizes Ruby's behaviour but often goes on to do the exact same things as her.
    • A specific case is her mocking Ruby's chaotically decorated Jewel Pod; she then shows off her own and it's as haphazardly decorated, the sole difference being that her materials are more elegant.
  • Interspecies Romance: Masago in Sunshine, Blue Knight in Kira Deco.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Everywhere but Sunshine.
  • Lady and Knight: With Blue Knight.
  • The Lancer or The Chick: Depending on the season.
  • Large Ham: Particularly when she's talking herself up as the ultimate symbol of Love and Beauty.
  • Little Miss Badass: Not as powerful as Ruby, but still a threat to be reckoned.
  • Love Hurts: Sunshine. Getting dumped by your boyfriend so he can get together with his old flame right before your eyes? And leaving you standing in the rain? That was douchey...
  • Love Triangle: Sunshine - she, Dian and Diana.
  • Married to the Job: Sunshine. She disregards love in favor of chasing her dream of being an actress. She even tells Masago while turning him down, "I'm already in love... with my dream."
  • Mean Boss: In Happiness, as the manager of the Cafe. Considering she has to deal with slackers like Ruby, Labra, etc., it's actually an understandable attitude.
  • Meido: Sunshine, working in the Strawberry Cafe.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: First series, the Mini Jewel Stick in episode 30.
  • Mrs Vice Girl: Very vain and arrogant, but a hero nonetheless.
  • My Instincts Are Showing: In her and Miria's fight against Ruby and Akari, Ruby distracts her with a foxtail, prompting her to chase and paw at it, and Miria has to snap her out of it.
  • Natural Weapon: She sometimes uses her claws in dire situations, or when someone has generally pissed her off, like when she uses them on Hisashi for being insensitive to Minami.
  • Out of Focus: In Lady, after Momona moves to the Royal Palace.
  • Pink Means Feminine: She's rose-colored and strives to be the epitome of feminine beauty.
  • Plucky Girl: In Sunshine. She's extremely determined to become a celebrity and works her butt off towards that goal.
  • The Power of Love: It's what she represents.
  • Proud Beauty: Being the pet of Beauty, she loves it when others notice her for this, and gets very angry when someone else steals her spotlight in this department (Diana in Sunshine).
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Delivers one to Miyamoto when he turns into a lazy bum in episode 5 of the first series.
  • Retired Badass: Twinkle OVA, alongside Sango.
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: Her Puroland counterpart.
  • Series Mascot: Part of the trio of main characters.
  • Spoiled Sweet: Kira Deco.
  • Those Two Girls: It's hard to dissociate her from Sango in Twinkle.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: She's the (very) Girly Girl to two of her human partners - Minami from the first series and Mizuki from Lady.
  • Tsundere: Exhibits the personality in both romantic (Blue Knight) and non-romantic (anything else, really) contexts. Labra lampshades it in episode 33 of Happiness.
  • Tsurime Eyes: Her appearance.
  • Verbal Tic: Played with in Happiness. She forcefully puts "ga" and "net" at the end of phrases after seeing that most Jewelpets do it, in hopes that it'll add to her personality, but when speaking normally she never uses them.
  • With Friends Like These...: She's introduced in the first series bad-mouthing Ruby, even though the latter was busying herself finding shells to give to her.
  • The Worf Effect: Her defeat in episode 50 of Sunshine subverts what the audience expects of her as a member of the main trio.
  • Workaholic: Sunshine shows this in a positive light, with Garnet being focused on making a living the best way she can while still attending auditions.
    • It's more negatively portrayed in Happiness, which portrays her as neurotic and obsessive with her work at the Cafe.


Voiced by: Nozomi Sasaki

"Humble and modest... I'm the Jewel Dianthus, Sapphie."
The Jewelpet of Friendship, Sapphie is a yellow and blue Cavalier King Charles spaniel who wears a pink and blue flower tiara and a necklace shaped like a blue musical note. She is friendly, calm and understanding of everyone's feelings. Sapphie is the most studious of the main three and has a knack for inventions and experiments. She relies on science and magic in all of her studies. Her birthday is on September 1 and her name is based on the gemstone sapphire.

In the first series, she is partnered with Aoi and is always with her. Debuting in the first episode, she fully appeared in the third episode after being awakened by Rinko and Ruby. As she convinced Aoi that her magic guarantees her ability to make friends, Aoi agrees to partner with her. For the remainder of the series Sapphie acts like a little sister to Aoi and is very supportive of her human partner, knowing her interests. Despite her quiet personality, she boasts the highest rank - "Crystal Class" - because her magic is always successful.

In Twinkle, she is Sara's Jewelpet partner and her assistant in her experiments. She worries that Sara is too involved in her studies and encourages her to open up to people.

In Sunshine, she is the smartest student of Sunshine Academy, despite belonging to the Plum class. She has a laboratory located underneath the academy. Created Nejikawa, her robot assistant and fellow student. She dreams of going to space.

In Kira Deco, she is a genius student who sometimes gives lectures to the rest of the class. However, she is incredibly sloppy in her personal life, lacking such faculties as an ability to cook edible things or the willpower to clean her house. Kiichi lives with her and helps her with these things. Unlike her friends, her Jewel Pod is scarcely decorated, because she wants to find a Philosopher's Stone to decorate it with; this is her motivation to go look for the Deco Stones.

In Happiness, she is one of Ruby's friends who is given a mission to make friends and open the Jewel Cafe. She works as a chef. Though she is a hard worker, she can be a bit clumsy.
  • Adorkable: Kira Deco and the following seasons give more emphasis to her social awkwardness, forgetfulness, etc., which makes her even more adorable than in the past.
  • Beauty, Brains and Brawn: The Brains of the three.
  • Badass Bookworm: She's the most studious pets and one of the most capable at magic.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Best that you don't push this soft-spoken pet too hard, or you'll be in for some painful magic.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Once by M-Kage.
    • In episode 47 of Sunshine, her resentment at not being hired by NASA causes her to become possessed by a ball of Dark Magic for a short while, which makes her selfishly obsessed with going to space.
  • Calling Your Attacks: "JEWEL FLASH!", "JEWEL RETURN!"
  • Cool Crown: Wields one in the movie's climax.
  • Cute Bookworm: Is the cute, quiet puppy a bookworm? Yes she is, yes she is!
  • Dojikko: Happiness.
  • Everything's Better with Sparkles: Kira Deco.
  • Feminine Women Can Cook: Happiness. She works as a chef in the Jewelpet Cafe.
  • For Science!: Some of the experiments she wants to do in Sunshine, many of which she manages to try out on Ruby.
  • The Four Loves: The Jewelpet of Philia.
  • Gadgeteer Genius / Teen Genius: Sunshine.
  • Genius Slob: Kira Deco. She doesn't care for keeping her room tidy or other chores around the house because she considers them a waste of time that she could be using to learn something new. Thankfully, she has Kiichi to do that stuff for her.
  • Go Mad from the Isolation: Kira Deco episode 15, on her stay in the deserted island she became more wild and feral. She gets better in the end.
  • Good Is Not Nice: She's the kind of person who won't help her friends out of a hassle if she thinks they've deserved it.
  • Great Big Library of Everything: She runs one in Kira Deco.
  • Hair Decorations: A pink and blue flower garland.
  • Heroic Dog: The only one among the mascots. Subverted in Sunshine, where she's still good, but a lot more amoral.
  • Icy Blue Eyes / Innocent Blue Eyes: Though she's usually pretty nice, she can also behave more coldly than the other mascots.
  • Interspecies Romance: Sunshine. Nejikawa, the robot she created, has a crush on her.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Episode 30 of Sunshine. She had gotten curious about Iruka's secrets many times before, and this was the manner in which he dealt with it.
  • Lecture As Exposition: Kira Deco, episode 1. She finds a book about the legend of Jewelina and the Mirror Ball in her library and gives a lecture about it to the students in her class (and, by extension, the viewers). Learning about it prompts Ruby to make it her mission to look for the Deco Stones, setting the main plot in motion.
  • Lethal Chef: Kira Deco. Only Kiichi can stand her food, and even then his skin turns all the colors of the rainbow.
  • Little Miss Badass: The most powerful of the trio (provided Ruby hasn't unlocked the secrets of the universe or something), she can cast powerful spells like it's nothing.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: First series, the Mini Jewel Stick in episode 30.
  • Mrs Vice Girl: Sunshine. She's a lot more self-centered in this season, and more worried about her science than other people's well-being.
  • Only Sane Man: More rational and less likely to freak out than her friends.
    • Although even she has her limits, like when she and the gang get stuck on the deserted island in Kira Deco and her friends refuse to cooperate with her.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: Why is she having a catty rivalry with Garnet at the beginning of the movie?
  • Out of Focus: In Lady, after Momona moves to the Royal Palace.
  • The Power of Friendship: Symbolizes Friendship.
  • Retired Badass: Twinkle OVA, became Labra's babysitter after Peridot became someone's new partner.
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: Her Puroland counterpart.
  • Series Mascot: Part of the main mascots.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: She's prone to this when going on about her studies.
  • Shut Up, Kirk!: In episode 47 of Sunshine, while she's possessed by Dark Magic, Mikage tries to convince her not to try going to space in her home-made rocket and tells her that she's being selfish and not thinking things through. She replies that someone who doesn't even have his own dream couldn't possibly understand those who do, which leaves Mikage knocked-out in shock.
  • Skewed Priorities: Sapphie has no sense of priority in Sunshine. The classroom is upside down? I won't be able to see the sky! She turns huge? All that shampoo I'll have to use!
  • Smart People Build Robots: Built Nejikawa in Sunshine.
  • The Smart Girl: Very smart, very studious, sometimes even an inventor.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Sapphie or Sapphy.
  • Survival Mantra: Sunshine, concerning ghosts.
    Sapphie: "It's scientifically impossible. Each of these phenomena have logical and rational explanations verifiable by science. IT'S SCIENTIFICALLY IMPOSSIBLE."
  • Trash of the Titans: Kira Deco.
  • True Blue Femininity: Main color is blue; she's as girly as your average girl (meaning not as much as Garnet, but she's certainly not a tomboy either).
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Hospitals in the first series, ghosts in Sunshine.
  • The Worf Effect: Exact same thing as Garnet.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Blue fur on her ears.

    Secondary Mascot Trio 


Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro

"Labula! I'm not a dog labu~!"
The Jewelpet of Mischief, Labra is a pink and white polar bear cub with blue heart-shaped paws and ears who wears a necklace shaped like a multi-colored ringed planet. Her birthday is on December 27 and her name is based on the mineral labradorite.

Debuting in episode 39 the first series as a baby Jewelpet born through Raku Majo's magic, she's a genius child who has the Super Crystal Class ranking, which means that her magic is always powerful and successful.

In Twinkle, Labra is introduced in episode 3 spying on the classes of the Magic Academy and pranking its students. She wishes for her own human partner, but everybody she asked turned her down. She's incapable of using magic, although she releases a great deal of power when placed under stress. Because of this, Nicola accuses her of not being a Jewelpet, which drives her over the edge and makes her break Moldavite's statue. Akari then requests to be her partner and fixes the statue with her help, awakening Labra's dormant powers in the process. Labra is capable of amplifying the power of the spells cast by Ruby and Akari. She doesn't stay as often as Ruby (who acts like her big sister) in the human world.

In Sunshine, she is part of the Plum class and shares a room with Angela. She is gifted with immense power, but has too little common sense to use it wisely. She has visions of Jewelina more frequently than any other Jewelpet.

In Kira Deco, she, alongside Angela, is a patrol officer of Jewel Town. Despite her cute looks, she is a licensed police officer who can sentence anyone to jail for more than 600 years. She accepts high amounts of Deco as bail, which is how Pink and Blue escape imprisonment in jail.

In Happiness, she is one of Ruby's friends who is given a mission to make friends and run the Jewel Cafe. She works as a waitress. She has a bit of a rivalry with Rossa.


Voiced by: Aki Toyosaki

The Jewelpet of Solace, Angela is a light pink alpaca with a white face and ears, who wears two flower garlands on her ears and a blue jewel necklace with angel wings. Angela is friendly and laid-back, but you don't want to get on her bad side. Her birthday is on March 30 and her name is based on the mineral anhydrite.

Formally debuting in the last episode of Twinkle (though she was seen in flashbacks previously), Angela was one of Fealina's Jewelpet partners alongside Opal, who once used their powers to seal the Battest. However, she died with Fealina to do so, reverting into a Jewel Charm before the events of the anime began.

In Sunshine, she is a student of Sunshine Academy's Plum class. She's lazy and easy-going. She shares a room wih Labra and carries her around on her back. She was incapable of speaking until episode 12. She bonds with Shouko throughout the season with her ability to turn into a motorcycle.

In Kira Deco, she, alongside Labra, is a patrol officer of Jewel Town. She takes care of both her and Midori and has a rocky relationship with Retsu.

In Happiness, she accompanies Ruby in her mission to run the Jewel Cafe. She works as a waitress. Despite going at her own pace, she is strong willed and looks after both Labra and Rossa.


Voiced by: Ai Kayano

"The still and deep water that doesn't stand out. That's me, Rossa."
The Jewelpet of Passion, Rossa is a light pink Ussuri brown bear with pink tail and ears who wears a red heart-shaped apple jewel necklace and a big blue bow on her head. Her birthday is in June 18 and she is named after the jewel rhodochrosite.

Rossa debuts in the last episode of Kira Deco, born from the Mirror Ball after it's completely repaired.

In Happiness, she is one of Ruby's friends who is given a mission to make friends and run the Jewel Cafe. She works as a waitress. She has a bit of a rivalry with Labra but is a very brave Jewelpet who wants to help everyone.

In Lady, she is ace Petit Lady Elena's Mentor. Though she speaks politely, she can be a bit arrogant. She's also a skilled fortune teller.

    Magical Red Class 


Voiced by: Rei Sakai (First series), Ai Shimizu (Twinkle onwards)

"Here comes the sweets expert nyan~!"
The Jewelpet of Luck, Sango is a yellow and brown striped tabby cat who wears a red and white bow and a necklace shaped like a strawberry. Her birthday is on July 10 and her name is based on the organic jewel coral.

Debuting in the first series, she is energetic, bright and likes to twirl her ribbon of rhythmic gymnastics. She has a habit of saying "daijoubu".

In Twinkle, she is Miria's Jewelpet partner along with Garnet. She loves cakes and sweets, and knows how bad Miria's desserts are. She and Garnet have a crush on Dian.

In Sunshine, she is in the Rose class. She's frequently seen dangling from the shoulder of her teacher, Jill Konia, despite the fact that she doesn't exactly treat her well. She's Komachi's roommate, with whom she shares a fondness for making sweets.

She also appears in a few episodes in Kira Deco.


Voiced by: Erika

The Jewelpet of Balance, Titana is an orange chipmunk with brown stripes who wears a blue cap and a necklace shaped like a yellow and orange flower. His birthday is on September 23 and his name is based on the jewel titanite.

Debuting in the first season, he's the fastest of all the Jewelpets in Jewel Land and a fast talker. He's very active and nimble, and a self-styled Tokyoite. He is an honor student in Jewel Land, earning him the Crystal Class ranking in magic.

In Twinkle, he is Nicola's partner and has a personality much like him, initially treating Akari and Ruby with condescension. He loves popcorn.

In Sunshine, he is a student of the Plum class. He absolutely adores Kanon and gladly does anything for her. She rewards him with sunflower seeds in return.

In Kira Deco, Titana is the master of a dojo which teaches the Way of the Tail, a type of martial arts in which the practitioner fights using its tail.


Voiced by: KENN

The Jewelpet of Honesty and also the Gatekeeper of Jewel Land, Jasper is a yellow cheetah with brown spots who wears a red diamond jewel necklace and wields a giant magic key with the Jewel Land emblem on it. This key opens a portal to other worlds. His birthday is on February 14 and his name is based on the mineral jasper.

He first appeared in the end segments of episodes 42 and 43 of Twinkle, summarizing the events of the Jewel Star Grand Prix. He then formally debuted in episode 50 during the finals of the Jewel Star Grand Prix as the gatekeeper of the magic gate.

In Sunshine, he's a student of the Plum class and rooms with Mikage and Masago. He's a rude guy who antagonizes Mikage a lot. Opal has a crush on him.

In Kira Deco, he is a wandering vigilante who travels through all of Jewel Land. In episode 12, he arrives in Jewel Town chasing Tata. Midori comes to idolize him and Jasper mentors him in becoming a better fighter.


Voiced by: Mayu Hayakawa (First to Kira Deco), Akari Harashima (Happiness)

"If you're in a pinch, laugh, and get over it! That persistent heart in itself is the secret of business prosperity."
The Jewelpet of Prosperity, Rin is a green parakeet who wears a pink bow on the back of her head and a necklace shaped like a yellow butterfly. Her birthday is on November 23 and her name is based on the jewel citrine. She is the only bird Jewelpet.

Debuting in episode 4 of the first series, Rin helps Raako's family's restaurant regain its clients. She speaks in a Kansai dialect and loves comedy.

In Twinkle, she's Moldavite's partner and frequently lectures him about his antics. Her speech always ends with "rin".

In Sunshine, she's Kameo's Jewelpet partner.

She provides commentary in Kira Deco.
  • Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: With Raako in the first series.
  • Captain Obvious: Kira Deco, episode 4 - "Did you know all polar bears are white?" Yes Rin, thank you for telling us a factoid even 4-year-olds know.
  • The Charmer: When she's promoting Minami's food stand in episode 31 of the first series.
  • Fantastic Racism: In Happiness, she talks down to "earth-dwelling beings".
  • Flight: She flies on a broom in the first series despite having wings herself. In Twinkle, she can float while perching on a twig.
  • Good with Numbers: First series.
  • Hair Decorations: A pink bow.
  • Kansai Regional Accent: Besides having the accent, she presents a few Kansai stereotypes (none of them involve her being violent or idiotic though), such as her fondness for comedy, no matter how terrible it is, and her behavior, which apparently is similar to that of a "business-like old woman from Osaka". First series only.
  • The Prankster: Happiness. It's because she believes pranks make people happy. Ruruka talks her out of it.
  • Straight Man: To Moldavite in Twinkle.
  • Technicolor Eyes: Gold. Made of citrines.
  • Verbal Tic: "~rin".


Voiced by: Tomomi Fujita

The Jewelpet of Mind and Body Purification, Ryl is a pink miniature pig who wears a necklace shaped like a red heart. Her birthday is on April 24 and her name is based on the jewel red beryl.

Debuting in episode 9 of the first series, Ryl is a Jewelpet with the title of Miss Jewel Land. She likes fashion and so considers Garnet her rival. Her speech ends in "Butsukushii". When she was awakened from her Jewel Charm form, her partner Megumi thought that she wasn't cute but she has a change of heart and accepts her.

In Twinkle, she is the Jewelpet partner of Catherine and she antagonizes Ruby and co..

She's a minor character in Sunshine and Kira Deco.


Voiced by: Junko Minagawa

The Jewelpet of Economic Fortune, Kohaku is a yellow Shiba Inu who wears a red scarf with a gold flower on it. His birthday is on June 5 and his name is based on the organic jewel amber.

He debuted in episode 14 of the first series, where his Jewel Charm was revealed in front of the Phantom Herb Thieves and was then awakened by Rinko's upgraded Jewel Pocketbook. He ends up in the hands of the thieves in episode 52.

In Twinkle, he's the apprentice of the Fountain Dragon, and has a hot blooded, impatient personality. He takes it upon himself to carry the Dragon's Jewel. He's an energetic and honorable character and has a slight cold. Leon learns the importance of teamwork through him.

In Sunshine, he's a background character.

In Kira Deco, Kohaku is a member of the Four Heavenly Kings and he and Tour are assigned Coal's job of taking the Deco Stones.

In Happiness, he is a fanboy of Sanada and co. who wants to learn how to be as cool as them.


Voiced by: Yuichi Iguchi

The Jewelpet of Reconciliation, Nix is a purple ferret with a black tail tip who wears a blue scarf with an orange star on it. His birthday is on August 22 and his name is based on the jewel sardonyx.

Debuts in episode 33 of the first series, as the first member of the Jewel Eight. He is brainwashed by Dian into using his powers to cause people to fight each other over petty things. He is then reclaimed by Rinko's group through the Jewel Games. He's a gentle person who doesn't like fighting.

In Twinkle, he appears along with Alex and Brownie and they all develop crushes on Garnet, Sapphie and Prase, in different episodes.

In Sunshine, he is the heir to a rich family which owns a retail chain and appears in a group date, where Garnet takes an interest on him and where he gets into a fight with the similarly rich King.

In Kira Deco, he is part of a trio of ninjas with Chite and Yuku. They've been watching over the Kira Deco 5's actions since the start but have never been noticed by anyone, which frustrates them.


Voiced by: Hiromi Igarashi (First series), Asami Shidara (Twinkle onwards)

The Jewelpet of Possibility, Alex is a brown and yellow Scottish fold cat who wears round glasses and a necklace shaped like a red spade. His birthday is on March 3 and his name is based on the jewel alexandrite. He's best friends with Brownie.

Debuts in episode 44 of the first series, as part of the Jewel Eight. He causes the worst case scenario in the human world by creating a meteor on a crash course to Earth. He and Brownie are recovered by Rinko's group through the Jewel Games while saving the earth from the impending destruction in the process.

In Twinkle, he appears along with Brownie and Nix and they all develop crushes on Garnet, Sapphie and Prase, in different episodes.

In Sunshine, he is one of King's henchmen, alongside Brownie.

In Happiness, he forms a Magic Gem with Nobara.


Voiced by: Yui Hatano

The Jewelpet of Imagination, Brownie is a yellow hedgehog with blue prickles who wears a purple bow tie with a brown jewel in the middle. His birthday is on October 23 and his name is based on the jewel brown quartz. He's best friends with Alex.

Debuts in episode 44 of the first series, as part of the Jewel Eight. He uses his powers to make people forget their duties. He's recovered along with Alex through the Jewel Games. His speech ends with "Ni".

In Twinkle, he appears along with Alex and Nix and they all develop crushes on Garnet, Sapphie and Prase, in different episodes. He later lost to Sara in the Jewel Star Grand Prix.

In Sunshine, he is one of King's henchmen, alongside Alex.


Lollip is a shy Jewelpet who only appears in the light novel. She is a light pink rabbit wearing a pink frilly cap and a lollipop-shaped jewel necklace. She arrived at Jewel Land and met Ruby and her friends as they were setting up the Jewel Festival, so she helps them. She cannot use any type of magic, so she doubts whether she is a Jewelpet or not. Shown to be klutzy and very prone to breaking stuff, she tries to correct her own mistakes and learn from them. Later on in the story, she started to develop a friendship with Ruby and her friends and in the epilogue, she opens a candy shop named "Happy Drop".

    Magical Green Class 


Voiced by: Yuki Kaida

The Jewelpet of Dream Fulfillment, Peridot is a yellow and green papillon dog who wears a green hairclip shaped like a butterfly and a yellow and green flower garland around her neck. Her birthday is on August 3 and her name is based on the jewel peridot.

Debuts in episode 12 of the first series. She's popular, energetic and an English speaker. She's also one of the owners of the "Strawberry Cafe" in both Jewel Land and on Earth along with Milky and Luna.

In Twinkle, she's a Jewelpet who has the ability to see through someone's dreams, shown when she noticed Akari's hesitation towards her dreams. She sometimes hangs out with Akari and her friends and has a big sister attitude towards Rald.

In Sunshine, she's a student of the Plum class and has a passion for sports. She rooms with Hinata, who she tries to convince to be more active. She likes taking pictures and works for the Academy's newspaper group.

In Kira Deco, Peridot is a passionate Jewelpet who has a knack for adventure. She flies a plane and can also fly using her ears.

In Happiness, Peridot works as a fortune teller in Jewel Land and is Ayame's babysitter, who yearns to get a Magic Gem. But she is also having financial troubles in her job due to having no customers. Chiari and her friends helped her out with her problems.


Voiced by: Keiko Utsumi (First series and Sunshine onwards), Ayana Taketatsu (Twinkle)

The Jewelpet of Sympathy, Milky is a pastel blue and pink chihuahua who wears a light green bow and a white frilly cap. Her birthday is on April 8 and her name is based on the jewel milky quartz.

Debuting in episode 13 of the first series, Milky is a scaredy-cat. She speaks with a Tohoku dialect. She's also one of the owners of the "Strawberry Cafe" in both Jewel Land and on Earth along with Peridot and Luna.

In Twinkle, she and Luna are Halite's partners. They were also commentators for the Jewel Star Grand Prix.

In Sunshine, she is in the Rose class. She competes against Peridot in ice-skating for one episode, under the sponsorship of King and his goons, though she's in good terms with Peridot.

She appears in episode 42 of Kira Deco. She calls herself a messiah and warns people about the end of the world as prophesized by Tonzuradamus. She carries around a sweet potato-selling stand.


Voiced by: Aki Kanada

"[The right future] means knowing what you should do during the present time. Piling up our present days will lead to a bright future."
The Jewelpet of Prediction, Flora is a yellow sheep with a white face and ears who wears a green bow around her neck with a bell hanging from it. Her birthday is on January 17 and her name is based on the mineral fluorite.

She debuted in episode 11 of the first series, as Tatewaki's partner. She has a pure, tenderhearted, easy-going personality, always looking up to her partner like he's her big brother. Her speech always ends with "Desu". She was awakened when Tatewaki was under the influence of Diana's dark magic.

In Twinkle, she was a part of the Jewel Star Grand Prix competition, as the object of a chase which was disputed by Akari and Marianne.

In Sunshine, she lives in a farm and becomes friends with Angela and Labra. Yaginuma is said to be going to work in her farm after he finishes his studies.

In Kira Deco, she holds the valuable Golden Wool, which is famous for its softness. Ruby and the others try to catch her so Pink can have new clothes. She willingly offers her wool when Ruby proves herself a worthy rival.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Marianne almost gets her ass handed over to her when she pisses her off.
    • Likewise, in Kira Deco, she gets really mad when Ruby and co. pester her for her wool when she just wants to be left in peace, causing her to attack them.
  • Birds of a Feather: With Angela in Sunshine.
  • The Chick: First series.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Akari and Marianne thought she'd be easy to catch because she appeared to be slow in every sense of the word. She's actually a beastly magic user, added to the fact that she can predict their moves.
  • Get Back Here Boss: Twinkle.
  • Green Eyes: Made of fluorites.
  • The Makeover: She gets one in Happiness in order to impress Taira with her coolness. Turns out to be unnecessary.
  • Malaproper: Frequently in Happiness. Examples are switching "employed" for "exploited" and "delicious" for "malicious". Sapphie corrects her all the time.
  • One-Shot Character: Sunshine. She only appears in episode 33-B.
  • Rummage Sale Reject: What she looks like after her makeover, the result of all the main Jewelpets pitching in their idea of coolness.
  • Seers: Has the power of Prediction.
  • Tareme Eyes: Hers are a particular case as she looks perpetually stoned because of them.
  • That's No Moon!: In Kira Deco, she hides in the guise of a cloud. Sapphie says "That's... no creampuff".
  • Through His Stomach: One of the plans to impress Taira is to give him some of her ice-cream.
  • Verbal Tic: "~Desu!" and "~moko!"
  • Worthy Opponent: She and Ruby feel this way about each other after their face-off in Kira Deco.


Voiced by: Junko Takeuchi

The Jewelpet of Adventure, Tour is a gray American shorthair cat who wears a necklace shaped like a green star. His birthday is on October 13 and his name is based on the jewel tourmaline.

Debuting in episode 10 of the first series, he's aristocratic, charismatic and kind to everyone, especially to Ruby, who loves him. He is a good adventurer and has good physical capabilities.

In Twinkle, he's Sulfur's Jewelpet partner and therefore a teacher. He's Ruby's Love Interest here, too.

In Sunshine, he is in the Rose class and is Ruby's childhood friend and ex-boyfriend, who went to Spain to study. His Spanish accent is a result of an accident involving a tomato-throwing festival and a very Hot-Blooded Spanish man. He plays the guitar and still has a crush on her, making him a rival to Mikage. Ruby accepts his feelings but rejects him to be with Granite.

In Kira Deco, Tour is a member of the Four Heavenly Kings and he and Kohaku are assigned Coal's job of taking the Deco Stones.
  • Big Brother Instinct: First series, towards Minami's twin brothers that he's bonded with.
  • Blue Blood: Said to be this in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it line in the first series. It doesn't have bearing on anything at all.
  • The Brute: Out of the Decoranain, he's the most likely to use brute force (like throwing a cactus or flailing his guitar).
  • Butt Monkey: Sunshine.
  • Catch Phrase: Sunshine. "I am Tour! El tornado y el toro bravo!"
  • Cats Are Mean: Kira Deco.
  • Cat Stereotype: Grey and a mentor-type character in Twinkle. Otherwise, averted.
  • Crash-Into Hello: How he met Ruby in the first series.
  • Distressed Dude: When he was captured by Diana in episode 25 of the first series.
  • Determinator / Dogged Nice Guy: Quite the persistent guy in Sunshine. In episode 48 he tells Ruby that he won't stop playing his guitar until she gives an answer to his confession. Even after a string snaps and hurts his hand, he refuses to stop.
  • Era-Specific Personality: He's charismatic and gentlemanly in the first 2 seasons. Sunshine turns him into an obnoxious never-give-up guy with literal brain damage; in Kira Deco he's that and a villain. In Happiness, he's arrogant but has a good heart deep down.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Sunshine.
  • Green Eyes: Made of tourmalines.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Kohaku in Kira Deco.
  • Hopeless Suitor: Sunshine. He can't take the hint that Ruby loves Mikage until one of the last episodes. Also, Ruby makes it clear that she has no taste for the tics he picked up in Spain.
  • Hot-Blooded: Sunshine.
  • In Harm's Way: Adventure is his characteristic, so naturally he has an urge for it in the first series.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Happiness. He picks on people who live in the city and mocks Mouri in particular, but later helps him overcome his fear of table tennis.
  • Latin Lover: Sunshine.
    • As well as Kira Deco. He drops it when he and Kohaku assert their partnership, but it's back on the next time we see him...
  • Mentor Mascot: To Sulfur in Twinkle.
  • Nature Hero: Happiness. He lives in the woods and despises the city and the people in it.
  • Nice Hat: Sunshine. Wears a stetson for some reason. Maybe he picked it up from Spaghetti Westerns? It's carried over to Kira Deco.
  • Promotion To Love Interest: Inverted. He and Ruby were meta-canon until he got replaced by Granite in the end of Sunshine.
  • Punny Name: Concerning his spaniard character in some seasons - the joke is that the Japanese pronounciation of his name is similar to the Spanish word for 'bull' (to wit: "Tooru" - "toro", get it?).
  • Stalker with a Crush: Sunshine.
  • Unlucky Childhood Friend: Sunshine.
  • Uptown Girl: In the first series, he's an aristocrat and Ruby has a crush on him.
  • Verbal Tic: "To~ru!"
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: See Kohaku's entry.


Voiced by: Megumi Ozaki

The Jewelpet of Teamwork, Nephrite is a brown and white Pembroke Welsh Corgi who wears a blue checkered flat cap and a green jewel necklace shaped like a diamond. His birthday is on February 1 and his name is based on the mineral nephrite.

He debuted in episode 16 of the first series with Akira. He is mischievous, funky, likes soul music and dancing.

In Twinkle, he is a minor character who appears alongside Io and Chite. In Sara's introductory episode, they grew to an enormous size and Sara had to find a cure for it.

In Sunshine, he is in the Rose class.

In Kira Deco, he's a cleaner for hire who is hired by Coal to take Ruby's Jewel Pod. However, he develops feelings for her and ends up failing his task.


Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro

The Jewelpet of Assistance, Chite is a golden and white Jack Russell terrier who wears a red bow tie with a green jewel in the middle. His birthday is on December 4 and his name is based on the jewel malachite.

Debuting in episode 5 of the first series, he's a cheerful Jewelpet who likes to cheer up Miyamoto and calls him "Aniki". He sometimes wears Japanese male cheerleader's clothing and uses fans to cheer Miyamoto or anyone else. His speech always ends with "Wan".

In Twinkle, he is a minor character who appears alongside Io and Nephrite. In Sara's introductory epsiode, they grew to an enormous size and Sara had to find a cure for it.

In Sunshine, he's in the Rose class.

In Kira Deco, he is part of a trio of ninjas with Nix and Yuku. They've been watching over the Kira Deco 5's actions since the start but have never been noticed by anyone, which frustrates them.


Voiced by: Ai Iwamura

The Jewelpet of Studying, Prase is an orange toy poodle who wears two yellow daisies near her ears and a necklace shaped like a green four-leaved clover. Her birthday is on February 14 and her name is based on the jewel chrysoprase.

Debuting in episode 6, Prase is one of Ruby's friends, who was awakened after Ryoko's younger sister realized how Ryoko cared for her and kept on studying.

In Twinkle, she's Judy's partner and a former Jewel Star Grand Prix champion. Prase now serves as the bell ringer of the Magic Academy.

In Happiness, Prase is a Jewelpet who studied Theatrical Arts in France and is well known for producing plays. She speaks with a French accent.


Voiced by: Mayumi Tsuchiya

"Being in love is beautiful."
The Jewelpet of Harmony and Family Love, Rald is a black and white panda who wears a dark pink waistcoat and a pink and yellow striped hat. He also wears a dark green jewel necklace. His birthday is on May 17 and his name is based on the jewel emerald. He is notable for being the largest Jewelpet.

Debuting in episode 8 of the first series, Rald is an easy-going Jewelpet. He is good at playing musical instruments, especially the ocarina. He is awakened when Rinko convinces her parents not to divorce.

In Twinkle, he appears in one episode searching for a "Sparkling Round Thingy" on Earth to make his wish come true and find his partner. His search causes Peridot and Akari a lot of trouble. His speeches always end with "Rarudo" and he refers to Labra as "Sempai".

In Sunshine, he is in the Plum class. He is both feared and popular among his classmates, because of the effect his cuteness has on them.

He appears in several episodes of Kira Deco. He's involved in the discovery of two Deco Stones. He turns huge whenever he feels lonely and adopts Luna in one episode in order to have some company. It's also revealed that he created a Jewel of Fate with a human named Miyuki many decades before the plot of the series; this serves as an example for the Kira Deco 5 to create their own.
  • All That Glitters: His "Sparkling Round Thingy" is money. Leading to a non-overbearing aesop concerning this trope.
  • Bumbling Dad: To Luna in Kira Deco.
  • Chick Magnet: Sunshine, because of his cuteness; he even gets the most chocolates on Valentine's Day.
  • Cute Giant: Sometimes in Kira Deco.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Sunshine, on the receiving end; the other students think he's super cute and are put through incredible strain to stop themselves from touching him.
    • Pink and Ruby are also affected in Kira Deco.
  • Desperately Craves Affection: Kira Deco. According to Sapphie, he turns huge when he wants attention or play with others.
  • Does Not Know His Own Strength: Kira Deco, when he turns huge. He severely injures the members of Kira Deco 5 (except Pink) when he tries playing with them.
  • The Dreaded: Sunshine.
  • Dumb Is Good: He's pretty slow-witted, but also one of the nicest Jewelpets.
  • The Four Loves: The Jewelpet of Storge.
  • Gentle Giant: Giant by Jewelpet standards, at any rate. But yeah, he's very sweet.
  • G-Rated Drug: In Sunshine, people who touch him have a hard time getting his hands off him. It's revealed that a past classmate (a tiny weasel) felt so good around him that he decided to go live in his fur forever.
  • Green Eyes: Made of emeralds.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Wears a waistcoat.
  • Howling to the Night: Parodied at the start of episode 40 of Kira Deco. "Mo-fuuuuuuu..."
  • Interspecies Adoption: Adopts Luna in Kira Deco.
  • Memento MacGuffin: His waistcoat is this in Kira Deco. It came from Miyuki, the human he bonded with.
  • Mistaken for Badass: Sunshine, Iruka thinks the effect he has on his classmates (since they seem so terrified; they're actually repressing their urge to touch him) is because he's a delinquent.
  • Negated Moment of Awesome: In episode 52 of Kira Deco, he turns huge and looks like he's about to give the Dark General the pummeling of his life... but then he reverts to his normal size and starts eating bamboo, causing everyone to Face Fault.
  • Nice Hat
  • Oblivious to Love: Sunshine. Never realizes Shouko's feelings for him.
  • One-Shot Character: Twinkle.
  • Panda-ing to the Audience
  • Promotion to Parent: First series. As the partner of Rinko's parents, he takes on a parental role towards Rinko and Ruby.
    • He acts like a father to Luna in Kira Deco.
  • The Quiet One: Sunshine.
  • Sempai/Kohai: Twinkle, treats Labra as his sempainote , despite being clearly older than her. Labra is understandably ecstatic.
  • Speech-Impaired Animal: Kira Deco and Happiness. He only says "~mofu".
  • Suddenly Voiced: In The Stinger of episode 32 of Happiness, with lampshading by Ruby.


Voiced by: Junko Takeuchi

Another Jewelpet of Courage, Tata is a white and grey squirrel monkey who wears a dark teal tie. His birthday is on December 19 and his name is based on the jewel turquoise.

Debuting in episode 32 of the first series, he is joyful, brash and a big troublemaker. His magic ranks Acrylic Class, so it causes explosions and bad luck. He and Ruby are extremely similar in personality and get along well.

He appears occasionally in Twinkle. He steals Moldavite's microphone and retrieving it is Akari's first exam.

Many of him appeared in Sunshine in a few episodes, marking the first time that a Jewelpet is shown not to be unique.

In episode 12 of Kira Deco, he's the thief who's been stealing random objects in Jewel Town. Jasper arrives in town to capture him, but fails and enlists Midori's help. Tata loves to taunt his opponents and is a speedy fighter. He later gets defeated by Retsu.


Voiced by: Aki Kanada

The Jewelpet of Success at Work, Kris is a grey miniature long-haired dachshund who wears a black waistcoat and a dark green bow tie. His birthday is on July 5 and his name is based on the mineral chrysocolla.

Debuts in episode 37 of the first series, as part of the Jewel Eight. Dian brainwashes him into cursing the Strawberry Cafe, causing Luna, Milky and Peridot to lose all their customers. He's then reclaimed by Rinko's group through the Jewel Games and becomes the manager of the Strawberry Cafe on Earth. He speaks in a Kyoto dialect.

In Kira Deco, Kris owns an exclusive clothing store in Jewel Town. Clients need a membership card to enter it. Ruby takes Pink to see him and ask for clothes, but Kris only has clothes for Jewelpets.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: By Dian in the first series.
  • Coolest Club Ever: His clothing store in Kira Deco is meant to give you vibes of this, with all the exclusiveness and whatnot.
  • Dark Is Evil: His corrupted form in the first series.
  • Demoted to Extra: Twinkle onwards. Then again he wasn't very relevant in the first series to start with, beyond being a one-episode villain.
  • Gender-Blender Name: 'Kris' and 'Chris' are homophones; the one with a 'k' is feminine. Then again, the intention was probably to call him 'Chrys', especially since that's closer to his jewel's name.
  • The Generic Guy
  • Green Eyes: Made of chrysocollas.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal
  • Informed Breed: It's hard to see the traits of a dachshund in him, because the Jewelpets' body sizes are pretty restrictive, so he can't have a body as long as a regular dachshund. This combined with his overly furry ears make him closer to Sapphie's breed.
  • Kansai Regional Accent
  • Nice Hat: Kira Deco. *tips fedora*
  • Shop Keeper: First series and Kira Deco.

    Magical Blue Class 


Voiced by: Rumi Shishido (first series-Lady), misono (Magical Change)

The Jewelpet of Charm Improvement, Luna is a pink and yellow Netherland dwarf rabbit who wears a blue bow and a necklace shaped like a blue crescent moon. Her birthday is on June 8. Her name is the Latin word for moon while her jewel powers come from her base jewel, moonstone.

Debuting in episode 15 of the first series, she's the most artistic of all the Jewelpets, drawing pictures in her sketchbook. Her magic has the Glass Class ranking. Her magic has a time limit, lasting until midnight. She's one of the owners of the "Strawberry Cafe" in both Jewel Land and Earth along with Milky and Peridot.

In Twinkle, she and Milky are Halite's partners. They were also commentators for the Jewel Star Grand Prix.

In Sunshine, she is in the Rose class. In episode 41, she competes with Labra in gaining Jewelina's favor to become her apprentice.

In Kira Deco, Luna is a Jewelpet living on the moon. But in the events of episode 27, she ended up in Jewel Land without her memories and shrunk down to a small size due to a Deco Stone inside a bamboo. She was found by Rald who raised her as his own child, only later revealing her true self after the Kira Deco 5 reclaimed the Deco Stone. She leaves Jewel Land and returns to the Moon, saying goodbye to the one who raised her.

In Happiness, Luna works in the Jewel Land post office, managing and delivering letters. Though she tries to hide it, she feels lonely without any co-workers. Nobara is the first one to realize this, and they create a Magic Gem together.


Voiced by: MAKO

The Jewelpet with a Challenging Spirit, Charotte is a yellow and black striped bumblebee wears a purple crystal bow on her head and a purple jewel necklace shaped like a flower. Her birthday is on April 3 and her name is based on the mineral charoite.

Debuting in episode 46 of Twinkle, Charotte and Sagan are candidates in the Jewel Star Grand Prix who challenge Sara and Sapphie in the semi-finals of the competition but lose in the end, and congratulate them for their performance.

In Sunshine, she is a student of the Plum class of Sunshine Academy. She rooms with one of Kanon's friends Kaede, though she's usually seen hanging out with Shouko, and has a crush on a mosquito named Katori.

In Kira Deco, Charotte is a huge romantic in search of someone deserving of her love. She develops a crush on Midori and seduces him by giving him her honey. However, Midori sees her affection as a way to beat Retsu and uses her honey to get himself a harem, causing her to leave him for Retsu in the process.


Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro

The Jewelpet of Awakening and Miracles, Opal is a blue alicorn with a purple mane and tail and a yellow horn who wears strings of multi-coloured beads on her wings. Her birthday is on October 3 and her name is based on the gemstone opal.

Debuting in episode 26 of the first series, she is a legendary Jewelpet who restored a war-torn Jewel Land 1000 years ago and banished evil and dark magic in both worlds. She can only be awakened by someone who has the Super Crystal Class magic ranking using the Jewel Stick. She may also appear of her own will to stop an impending crisis from happening. She's summoned in episode 26 to stop Diana's rampage. She isn't seen again until episode 51.

In Twinkle, she is Alma's Jewelpet partner, inherited from her mother, along with Diana, who was created by Alma. Unlike Diana, Opal refuses to go along with Alma's plans and tries to make her come to reason. She protects the Fountain Dragon from Alma's attack at the cost of her own life in episode 26, turning into her Jewel Charm form. Her spirit appears on occasion to warn Akari, Ruby and Labra of Alma's plans.

In Sunshine, she is in the Plum class and serves as the vice-class representative. She is shy and cries easily, though she's also very hard-working. She is good friends with (and has a crush on) Jasper.

In Kira Deco, she is one of Coal's lackeys, and intends to get the Deco Stones. She calls herself a "Gothic Princess", has a snooty personality and enjoys belittling others. Her hatred of Ruby started when she asked about the "bump" on her head, which is her horn, and she was embarrassed in front of a crowd by that question. After that, she vowed vengeance against Ruby.
  • The Ace: First series.
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Sunshine; she is a considerate and shy girl with a crush on the rude, slacking slob that is Jasper.
  • All Women Are Doms All Men Are Subs: Her relationship with Io in Kira Deco.
  • Alpha Bitch: Kira Deco.
  • Anti-Villain: After episode 45 in Kira Deco.
  • Big Damn Villains: She saves Ruby in episode 51 of Kira Deco.
  • Blue Oni: To Diana in Twinkle and to Nishigori in Sunshine.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: By Kaiser in Kira Deco.
  • Broken Angel: Twinkle.
  • Broken Pedestal: She spends much of Kira Deco thinking that Coal is awesome and a high ranking member of Decoranain. When he gets fired, she becomes disillusioned with everything around her and this is taken advantage of by Kaiser to turn her a darker shade of black.
  • Brutal Honesty: Sunshine, despite her shy demeanor.
  • Class Representative: Sunshine, though only vice-representative. Which is unfair, really, considering she does the job much better than the guy above her. She's even the only one who remembers the names of the background student characters.
  • Delinquent: Happiness, which inherits a bit from her Kira Deco incarnation.
  • Disney Death: Twinkle.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Kira Deco. She joins an evil organization because she wants to take revenge on a dumb rabbit who didn't know her horn is not a bump.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: On rare occasions dresses like this in Kira Deco. Most significantly, when Kaiser brainwashes her.
  • Era-Specific Personality: Benevolent and God-like in the first series, voice of reason in Twinkle, shy and timid in Sunshine and evil bitch in Kira Deco.
  • Expy: Of Cinnamoroll's Cornet, only gender swapped.
  • Fragile Flower: Sunshine.
  • Heavy Sleeper: She goes to sleep in the first episode of Happiness and sleeps enough that she isn't seen until episode 20 and is outraged at the fact that she slept so much.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: Sunshine. She's far better at being class representative than Nishigori.
  • Morality Chain: After her death, there's no one who can talk Alma out of carrying out her plans.
  • Must Have Caffeine: Happiness. As a result of her sleeping habits, she relies on Master's special blend of coffee.
  • My Greatest Failure: In Twinkle, her inability to dissuade Alma from pursuing her revenge.
  • Olympus Mons: First series.
  • The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: As she saves Ruby from the Dark General in episode 51 of Kira Deco, she says that the one to "punch her maw" will be her and no one else.
  • Perky Goth: Kira Deco, although she's not so perky as she is loud and bitchy, and the Gothic Princess thing is pretty much limited to her having a black Jewel Pod and wearing some Gothic garments on special occasions, though she does fangirl extensively over Coal's use of black.
  • Pimped-Out Dress: When she does wear Gothic clothing.
  • Physical God: First series.
  • Power Gives You Wings: Her wings turned huge and bright in episode 37 of Sunshine and in episode 51 of Kira Deco.
  • Purple Eyes: Made of opals.
  • The Reliable One: Sunshine. Despite her shyness, she's more attentive to her class' needs than her superior.
  • Rich Bitch: Kira Deco.
  • Rival Turned Evil: Kira Deco. She starts out as a petty rival, but quickly joins the Decoranain.
  • Revenge Before Reason: Kira Deco.
  • Shrinking Violet: Sunshine.
  • Suddenly Voiced: At her debut in episode 26 of the first series, she merely neighs. She starts talking in her next appearance, to no one's surprise, strangely.
  • Taking the Bullet: Twinkle, shields Akari and Ruby from Alma's attack, resulting in her death.
  • Terrible Trio: With Coal and Io in Kira Deco.
  • This Is a Drill: Episode 16 of Sunshine.
  • Token Good Teammate: To Alma and Diana.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Experiences a huge personality whiplash from her demure portrayal in Sunshine to her Alpha Bitch personality in Kira Deco. Happiness tones her down a little.
  • Tsundere: Kira Deco, type A. She's mean to just about everyone, with Coal and occasionally Io as the exception.
  • Unknown Rival: Kira Deco. Ruby has no interest in a mutually antagonistic relationship with Opal and has tried to apologize several times for insulting her horn, but Opal simply can't let it go.
  • Verbal Tic: "-tara~!" in Kira Deco, translated as "oh my~" or "my gosh!" in fansubs.
  • Walking the Earth: Ending of Twinkle.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Twinkle. She appears for the first time in episode 24 and gets killed off 2 episodes later, though she does come back to life at the very end of the series.
  • Winged Unicorn
  • The Worf Effect: First series, where she got played up as Jewelpet Jesus, yet couldn't leave a dent in Dark Dian.
  • You Gotta Have Lavender Fur and Purple Mane


Voiced by: Hitomi Yoshida

The Jewelpet of Knowledge, Yuku is a tricolor beagle who wears a blue beret and a light blue bow tie. His birthday is on November 3 and his name is based on the mineral euclase.

Debuting in episode 17 of the first series, he's awakened in the prime minister's office by the combined efforts of Rinko and co. when they were tasked with figuring out Diana's whereabouts. Due to his lack of talent at magic (Acrylic Class), Yuku is rather prideful and reluctant to help anyone. He compensates for it by being extremely intelligent and hard-working. Since he's practically incapable of using magic, he relies exclusively on his deducting prowess, which eventually allows Diana's headquarters to be found (though to little avail as she simply teleports herself and her house away).

In Twinkle, he appears on the Jewel Star Grand Prix along with his partner Gunho, and they lose to Akari and Ruby.

In Sunshine, episode 26, Ruby went to a group date and noticed him drawing. Yuku asks her to pretend to marry him to make his foster parents happy. She later tells him off for this and beats him up, making him fall for her.

In Kira Deco, he is part of a trio of ninjas with Nix and Chite. They've been watching over the Kira Deco 5's actions since the start but have never been noticed by anyone, which frustrates them.


Voiced by: Yakkun Sakurazuka (First series and Twinkle), Kosuke Okano (Sunshine onwards)

The Jewelpet of Calm Relief, Aqua is a clownfish who wears a chain of blue jewels on his head. His birthday is on March 26 and his name is based on the jewel aquamarine. He's the only fish Jewelpet.

Debuts in episode 21 of the first series, where he's bonded with Naoto Sakuragi. He has a sagely countenance and tries to advise Naoto in every way he can. However, he hates being called a goldfish and goes berserk when he's called one, growing bigger in size. He can fly without the aid of a broom.

In Twinkle, he's the guardian of the seas surrounding Jewel Land and appears in only one episode. His temper is as nasty as ever.

In Sunshine, he's the Jewelpet partner of Fukaet, the princess of an underwater kingdom.
  • Berserk Button: A Running Gag in the first series. "I Am Not Goldfish!"
  • Era-Specific Personality: He behaves more youthfully in later seasons, whereas in the first series he seems to have the personality of a wise old man. In Kira Deco and Happiness he is much calmer, but then again, no one calls him "goldfish".
  • Flight: First series, but doesn't need a broom.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Ironic, considering what he symbolizes.
  • Irony: Of the blackest sort. In the first series, he's the partner... OF A SUSHI CHEF. WHAT.
  • Me's a Crowd: In Twinkle, clones of him pop up when he gets angry, and disappear when he calms down.
  • Neat Freak: Twinkle. He can't stand it when people dirty the ocean floor, even if it's just rose petals.
  • Nice Guy: Anger management issues aside, he has a kind heart and worries whether someone might get hurt.
  • No Cartoon Fish: Averted.
  • One-Shot Character: Twinkle. In Sunshine, he's a one-arc character.
  • Replacement Goldfish: No pun intended. In the first series, he's this to Naoto, who took care of a goldfish in his youth.
  • Tame His Anger: His power in a nutshell.
  • Verbal Tic: "-gyo!" (It's funny because 'kingyo' means goldfish.)


Voiced by: Kanako Sakai

The Jewelpet of Independence, Kaiya is a Siamese cat who wears a tiara and a necklace shaped like a blue rose. Her birthday is on May 15 and her name is based on the jewel kyanite.

Debuting in episode 24 of the first series, Kaiya is a Jewelpet with a Glass Class ranking for her magic and Mint's partner. She casts her spell of independence on Mint hoping that it will change her.

In Twinkle, she's the partner of Marianne and antagonizes Ruby and co..

In Sunshine, she's a background character. She's apparently known as the "Queen of Group Dates", according to episode 26.


Voiced by: Aoi Yuki

The Jewelpet of Bonds, Amelie is a grey and white Djungarian hamster who wears two green bows on her ears and a dark purple jewel necklace. Her birthday is on February 9 and her name is based on the jewel amethyst. She was the smallest Jewelpet until Charotte's introduction.

Debuting in episode 34 of the first series, she's part of the Jewel Eight. Under Dian's control, she causes human babies to turn against their parents. She's then reclaimed by Rinko's group through the Jewel Games.

In Twinkle, she's the Jewelpet partner of Angelina and antagonizes Ruby and co..

In Sunshine, she's a 9th generation pirate who inherited the title "Captain Amethyst" to protect the legendary Rainbow Jewel. During the Summer arc, Ruby and co. are attacked by her, but manage to defeat her and ask her for the Rainbow Jewel, so they can use its power to stop the war between the underwater kingdoms.

In Kira Deco, she is imprisoned by the inhabitants of Paradise Town and Ruby, Pink, Garnet and Blue Knight have to save her.


Voiced by: Junko Takeuchi

The Jewelpet that Vanquishes Evil, Lapis is a Russian blue cat who wears a blue jewel necklace and a gold beaded bracelet. Her birthday is on September 15 and her name is based on the stone lapis lazuli.

Debuting in episode 35 of the first series, she's part of the Jewel Eight. Under the influence of Dian's dark magic, she defeats King in the Jewel Games, failing to get purified. Even though she's under Dian's spell, she understands King's feelings, though she doesn't show it.

In Twinkle, Lapis appears in the sports festival episode as fortune teller who foresees Ruby's luck in the festival.

In Happiness, she is brainwashed by the Red Moon, using her lost love as a catalyst. She has an obsession with the backside of things. She creates a Magic Gem with Ruruka and the school nurse combined. She also appears in an earlier episode as a member of Tata's delinquent group, though that may have been a different Lapis.


Voiced by: Nozomi Sasaki

The Jewelpet of Refreshment, Io is a brown Holland lop rabbit who wears a purple bow tie. His birthday is on December 29 and his name is based on the jewel iolite.

Debuting in the first series, as part of the Jewel Eight, Io is possessed by Dian's magic on the day before Christmas, wreaking havoc on Earth. He's reclaimed by Rinko through the Jewel Games and purified. He doesn't use a broomstick to fly around like the other Jewelpets, instead he flies using his floppy ears.

In Twinkle, he is a minor character who appears alongside Nephrite and Chite. In Sara's introductory episode, they grew to an enormous size and Sara had to find a cure for it.

In Sunshine, he is in the Rose class and has a crush on Peridot. He loves rapping, for punny reasons ("YO! YO! YO!").

In Kira Deco, he is one of Coal's lackeys, and wants to get the Deco Stones. He has a crush on Opal.


Voiced by: Aki Kanada

The Jewelpet of Confidence, Topaz is a grey and brown Yorkshire terrier who wears a purple jewel necklace and a light purple bow. Her birthday is on November 12 and her name is based on the jewel topaz.

Debuting in episode 42 of the first series, as part of the Jewel Eight, she causes Kuranosuke to lose confidence in himself. Rinko and co. reclaim her by going through their haunted school. She speaks in a Nagoya dialect.

In Twinkle, she's Hilde's partner.

She's a minor character in Sunshine, seen fanning over Dian and later becoming one of M-Kage's victims.

In Kira Deco, Topaz is a fashion designer and owner of a clothing shop in Jewel Town. She makes clothes for Jewelpets, humans and even aliens, provided she feels inspired. Ruby goes to see her and ask her to make clothes for Pink, but Topaz dismisses her because she doesn't think she's passionate about clothes. She then agrees to make clothes for Pink under the condition that Ruby finds and gives her Flora's golden wool.


Voiced by: Ayahi Takagaki

The Jewelpet of Love and Peace, Larimar is an Arctic fox who wears a snowflake necklace and a bracelet of blue beads on her tail. Her birthday is on December 3. Her jewel is the variety of pectolite larimar.

She debuts in episode 47 of Lady, where she was the Mentor of Rector. During the events of the anime, she resides in a sort of limbo between life and death, and seems to have the power to grant wishes in exchange for someone's life.

She's one of the main characters in Magical Change.
  • Posthumous Character: In Lady. Before the events of the show, she willfully turned into a Jewel Charm to stop Rector from using her power for evil, although she's technically in a limbo instead of truly dead.
  • Psychopomp: What she seems to do in Lady.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her human form.

    Magical Black Class 


Voiced by: Hidenobu Kiuchi

The Jewelpet of Health, King is a pink French bulldog who wears a gold crown and a necklace shaped like a black club (as in, the card suit). His birthday is on August 10. He's the only Jewelpet whose name isn't based on its jewel, onyx.

In the first series, he's awakened by Hattori in episode 7, when Diana's curse causes him to fall ill. Because of his Acrylic Class rank, his healing power is very painful to those who go through it, but Hattori is strong enough to manage. Later, he reveals that he's in search of Lapis, who he's in love with. When it turns out she's under Dian's possession, he half-heartedly joins him to be with her.

In an episode of Twinkle, Ruby dresses up as King to pass for male and to try to become Nicola's partner. King himself appeared on episode 43 as one of the judges of the Jewel Star Grand Prix.

In Sunshine, he's a small-time villain of sorts and appears alongside Brownie and Alex, who function as his lackeys.

In Kira Deco, he is a Con Man selling items made of jewels which he claims to have magical properties. Using the feud between Pink and Ruby to his advantage, he convinces Ruby to give him the Deco Stones in exchange for his items. Though at the start he cares little for Ruby and Pink's relationship, Ruby's determination ends up touching his heart and he gives her some advice (masked as a 'jewel of courage') for free. However that doesn't stop him from getting arrested and giving back the Deco Stones.
  • Combat Commentator: Twinkle.
  • Cool Crown
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: He owns a fruit-selling company called Donbikiya in Sunshine and is a money-grubber who's completely ruthless towards his clients.
  • Dark Is Evil: Sunshine. Forced to in the first series.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: First series, to Lapis. He's very nice to her and is determined to bring her back, even when she treats him like crap.
  • Era-Specific Personality: An ally in the first series, a Large Ham in Twinkle, a jerkass in Sunshine and a travelling Con Man in Kira Deco.
  • Female Feline, Male Mutt: With Lapis in the first series.
  • Forced Into Evil: First series, for Lapis' sake, in episode 36. Gets better in episode 46.
  • Healing Magic Is the Hardest: First series. He's the only known Jewelpet capable of performing healing magic. Thanks to his Acrylic rank, it's not only extremely improbable that it'll work at all, but when it actually works, the healee is forced to go through unimaginable pain.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: First series. When Rinko's team loses the Jewel Game of episode 35, he lets himself get captured instead of her.
  • Idiot Ball
  • Interspecies Romance: First series. King's love interest is Lapis and he will do anything to get her back from Dian's clutches, to the point of being captured twice.
    • Machiko is implied to be crushing on him in episode 43 of Happiness.
  • Iron Butt Monkey: First series.
  • Japanese Delinquents: The Red Moon turns him into an over-the-top one in episode 43 of Happiness.
  • Jerk Ass: Sunshine, alongside Alex and Brownie.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Kira Deco.
  • Magic Feather: The 'jewel of courage' that he gives to Ruby in order to make peace with Pink. They mend their relationship because of their sincere apologies; the jewel was simply a placebo.
  • The Medic: His role among the Jewelpets in the first series and meta, as the one who performs healing magic.
  • The Millstone: In the first series, he's frequently why Dian's group loses the Jewel Games. Thing is, he's not even doing it on purpose.
  • Odd Name Out: The one pet not named after its eyes.
  • Real Men Are Pink
  • Sinister Shades: Sunshine.
  • Snake Oil Salesman: Kira Deco. He sells such things as a tickler, a pepper flask and a mallet claiming that they have magical properties and will help mend the relationship of Pink and Ruby. All of them backfire spectacularly.
  • Spanner in the Works: Helps Mikage figure out the Dark Queen's weakness by screwing with his singing to her.
  • Take Me Instead: Intentionally gets himself captured by Dian to compensate for losing the Jewel Game and to spare Rinko.
  • Taking the Bullet: His Heroic Sacrifice involves him diving in front of Dian's spell meant to capture Rinko.
  • Token Good Teammate: Though forced to defect to Dian's side in the first series, he doesn't ever turn genuinely evil.
  • Undying Loyalty / Conflicting Loyalty: First series. He is very loyal to Rinko and Lapis, so he often feels divided and hates the thought of betraying either of them. Even Diana brainwashing him does nothing to change his loyalties.
  • White Mage: First series.


Voiced by: Rumi Shishido

The Jewelpet of Charisma, Diana is a black munchkin cat with white paws. She wears a lace-trimmed pink waistcoat, a pink bow, and a silver heart-shaped necklace. Her birthday is on April 20. Her name is based on diamond.

In the first series, she's the first real villain that Rinko has to contend with, as she's the one responsible for casting the curses starting in episode 4; through them, she hopes to awaken and capture Jewelpets. In episode 19, it is revealed that she was awakened during the events of episode 2 by taking in Rinko's magic. She is technically bonded to Sage, but treats the Phantom Herb Thieves as nothing more than disposable lackeys; they follow her anyways because of her promises of a better life for them. Later, it is revealed that her purpose is to awaken her brother Dian, which she achieves in episode 33. She gets relegated to second-in-command from there on. She hates any girl who becomes too close to Dian, and her jealousy often interferes in his plans.

In Twinkle, she is Alma's partner, and they are the main villains of the season. She is very playful and enjoys cruel pranks, while boasting about how powerful she and her partner are compared to everyone else.

In Sunshine, she is a student from the Rose class and Garnet's rival. She is the idol of her class and looks down on the Plum section like nobody else. She once dated Dian and managed to get back with him after much drama involving Garnet.

She primarily functions as a gag character in Kira Deco. She wears a bald wig, never speaks, and characters keep running into her in odd situations. Late in the season, she reveals herself to have watched over the KiraDeco 5's actions and decided to take them to Smooth Land to force the group to make her laugh.
  • Alpha Bitch: Sunshine.
  • Antagonist: Even when she's not a downright villain, she's standing in the way of the heroes in some way.
  • Ass Shove: Mechanical mole to the butt at the end of her first episode in Happiness.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: First series, episode 26.
  • Bad Boss: First series, to the Phantom Herb Thieves, to the point where she puts a curse on them to obtain Jewelpets.
  • Becoming the Mask: In Happiness, she encourages Sachi to participate in the sports festival because she knows Sachi is horrible at sports, and if she participates, her own school can win more easily. At some point, however, Diana genuinely starts to root for her to succeed.
  • Berserk Button: Try to eat her kamaboko or, if you're Ruby, troll her in some fashion or just act like a ditz.
  • Big Bad: Of the first half of the first series. When she awakens Dian, she becomes The Dragon.
  • Big Brother Attraction: Seems to have it for Dian in the first series, though it's not very explicit.
  • Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: Obsessed with it in Kira Deco. She reveals that all of her random, non-sequitur appearances were actually attempts to get someone to play the tsukkomi to her boke.
  • Cats Are Mean
  • Cat Stereotype: Black and occasionaly evil, or at least malicious.
  • The Cheerleader: Happiness.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Towards Dian in the first series.
  • Curse: Her main power in the first series.
  • Dark Is Evil: Practicioner of Dark Magic in the first series and Twinkle.
    • Dark Is Not Evil: She's sympathetic in Twinkle and not evil at all in the other seasons (still a huge jerk, though).
  • Demoted to Extra: While Diana played a major role in both the original and Twinkle, she got demoted to a rather unimportant character in Sunshine, and a background character in Kira Deco (in the latter case, she actually gets an episode late in the season which lampshades and expands on her "role").
  • Disney Death: Twinkle. Sacrifices herself to save Alma, but comes back to life later.
  • Don't You Dare Pity Me!: How she reacted when she lost for the first time in the first series.
  • Expy: Of Kuromi of Onegai My Melody.
    • Because of how close she is to Dian in the first series, fans think of her as the C.C. of Jewelpet.
  • Eye Beams: First series, episode 26.
  • Faux Affably Evil: In Twinkle, she's very condescendent and mocking towards the main cast, but always keeps a happy look on her face even as she attacks them.
  • Foil: Serves as Ruby's foil in the first series and Twinkle. This fell by the wayside in the other seasons, due to her reduced screentime and importance.
    • They even get a Not So Different moment in Twinkle, as it's remarked that their personalities are similar in that continuity.
  • For the Evulz: In Twinkle, she says that magic should be used for fun. Cue humilliation of Akari and co..
  • Funny Background Event: She's frequently in the background of Kira Deco doing something odd, wearing her bald wig, and never speaking. Occasionally other characters notice her, but intentionally ignore her. She explains herself in episode 49.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: First series, her eyes glow with a yellow color when she casts her curses.
  • Gray Eyes: Made of diamonds.
  • Hair Decorations: A pink bow.
  • Heel Face Door Slam: Twinkle. She's killed by Alma just as she's having a change of heart.
  • Heel-Face Turn: First series.
  • Incest Subtext: Her fangirling over Dian in the first series crosses the boundaries of what is normally acceptable among siblings.
  • Jerkass: First series and Sunshine.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Twinkle, she's a jerk to Ruby and her friends but truly cares for Alma and worries about her.
  • Kansai Regional Accent: Kira Deco, although she reveals she's faking it for her comedy routines.
  • Love Martyr: First series; Dian can be quite a dick to her, but she is unwaveringly loyal to him regardless of what he pulls.
  • Love Redeems: Her love for Dian in the first series and Alma in Twinkle is ultimately what triggers her defection to the good guys' side.
  • Love Triangle: Sunshine - she, Dian and Garnet.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Has this philosophy in Twinkle.
  • New Old Flame: Sunshine, to Dian.
  • Promotion To Love Interest: From sister to girlfriend of Dian's! Uhh...
  • Red Oni: First series, to Lapis. Twinkle, to Opal.
  • The Remnant: Of Dian's failed revolution.
  • The Rival: To Lapis in the first series, because she thinks Lapis is stealing Dian's attention from her.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: She speaks in a velvet-soft tone of voice, except when she's mad or chanting a spell.
  • Taking the Bullet: A subversion when she gets in the way of Alma trying to attack Akari in episode 50; Alma stops herself. Played gut-wrenchingly straight when she takes on the Battest's strikes meant for Alma.
  • This Means War!: First series, Diana decides that Ruby is her eternal enemy when she eats her kamaboko. "I'll remember your name!"
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Kamaboko in the first series.
  • Tsurime Eyes: Only for the first series, probably to show how evil she is.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Alma in Twinkle.
  • Walking the Earth: Ending of Twinkle, searching for the Flower of Happiness with Ruby.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: In episode 26 of the first series, she loses control of herself after casting a spell to become gigantic, and it takes Mint some time to stop her even with her weakness.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Bananas in the first series, supposedly due to the trauma of the Majos somehow defeating her with bananas.
  • Wig, Dress, Accent: She wears a bald head wig in Kira Deco and talks like a comedian.
  • Woman in Black


Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama

The Jewelpet of Self-Control, Dian is a grey Maine Coon cat with a white ruff and paws. He wears a gold necklace with a black orb and two earrings on one ear. Dian's birthday is on January 20 and his name is based on the igneous rock obsidian.

Debuting in episode 33 of the first series, he's the main villain of the season. In ancient times, because he thought the humans were taking advantage of the Jewelpets' powers, he lead a rebellion against the Four Great Magicians, who put a stop to it and sealed him in an iceberg on Earth. After Diana unseals him, he decides to take revenge against those who did him wrong and to try and conquer both worlds. He corrupts eight powerful Jewelpets, the Jewel Eight, and challenges Rinko to the Jewel Games, betting the Jewelpets he corrupted against Rinko herself. He desires the Jewel Stick; however, only Rinko can make use of its power. When this doesn't go as planned, he resorts to turning into Rinko's dream Prince Charming in an attempt to seduce her.

In Twinkle, he's Leon's partner. They first met when Leon's dog died, and Dian told him to live with his head raised high and to not let its death go to waste. When the season starts, Dian's suffering from muteness, which is later explained to be caused by him having seen something he shouldn't have (specifically, Diana's creation by Alma). He gets healed after confronting what he saw again.

In Sunshine, he is in the Rose class and is a TV star. In episode 25, he noticed Garnet when she helped him mend his outfit for one of his gigs and they started dating. However, Diana, his former girlfriend, was still in love with him, and fought with Garnet over him. Garnet ended up giving up on him for Diana's sake, though he did inspire her to try harder to chase her dream of being a star. He appears a couple of times afterwards, with Diana.

In Kira Deco, Dian is a member of the Decoranian's Four Heavenly Kings, the highest ranking agents employed by the Dark General. He wreaked havoc in Jewel Town in episode 35, turning the denizens into cards. He then defeated Angela and Retsu in a card duel and almost obtained the Deco Stones. But he failed in the end as both Retsu and Angela defeated him head on.
  • Absurdly High-Stakes Game: His card game in Kira Deco, which he wins. But Angela and Retsu beat the crap out of him anyway.
  • The Ace: Twinkle.
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Every time a love-struck pet comments on how perfect he is, expect her to mention his "arrogant attitude", "rebellious posture", or something along those lines.
  • And Now You Must Marry Me: First series. Despite all his promises to Diana, he really intends to marry Rinko, as he has kinda sorta fallen for her.
  • Antagonist: First series and Kira Deco.
  • The Artifact: In Kira Deco, after his turn at collecting Deco Stones in episode 35, he hardly does anything more and just sort of hovers around the Dark General until his disappearance in episode 48.
  • Big Bad: Becomes this in the second half of the first series, after being awakened.
  • The Big Guy: Twinkle.
  • Bishōnen: Not to human eyes, obviously, but Jewelpets clearly see him in this way.
    • He's a real one as Andy Samael, his human form in the first series.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer / The Comically Serious: For some reason, his evil incarnations have an obsession with kotatsus.
  • Cats Are Mean: First series.
  • Cat Stereotype: A Maine Coon who, despite looking tough, is soft-spoken; suits his personality in Twinkle and Sunshine.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Kira Deco. He just sort of disappears in episode 48 and isn't seen anymore.
  • Cute Mute: Twinkle. He gets better.
  • Dark Is Evil: Practicioner of Dark Magic in the first series and Kira Deco.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Everywhere else.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: First series. Rinko and co. befriend him and Diana after releasing him from the influence of Dark Magic.
  • Demoted to Extra: Sunshine and Kira Deco.
  • Dumb Struck: Witnessing Diana's birth in Twinkle apparently shocked him into muteness. It's implied that Diana saw him, knocked him out and caused it.
  • Eldritch Abomination: Dark Dian.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: Doesn't understand The Power of Love in the first series.
  • Evil Genius: Kira Deco.
  • Evil Is Hammy: He's rather low-key when he's a good guy.
  • Expy: Andy Samael resembles Lelouch.
  • Friendless Background: A flashback in the first series shows him glumly peeking around the corner at bonding Jewelpets.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: First series, his eyes glow yellow when he casts his curses.
  • Grim Up North: He was sealed in some place that's cold and icey in the first series.
  • Hikikomori: He becomes one in Happiness after the Red Moon takes his sense of smell away.
  • Honey Trap: Gender-inverted and family-friendly. The whole point of Andy Samael is seducing Rinko into doing his bidding.
  • I Call It "Vera": In Kira Deco, he calls his kotatsu Angelina.
  • I Have You Now, My Pretty: To Rinko, when he manages to brainwash her in episode 47.
  • Idol Singer / Teen Idol: Sunshine.
  • Ill Boy: First series. Because he was imprisoned in a cold place for a long time, he is quite weak and has a recurring cold.
  • Jerkass: First series and Kira Deco.
  • Kotatsu: Evil Dian loves 'em.
  • Large Ham Announcer: Happiness.
  • Lovable Jock: Twinkle. As with Leon, his partner, he's more physically driven than their classmates. He wins almost all the events during the sports festival, until the Right of Main Character helps Ruby with the last one.
  • Love Triangle: First series, with Rinko and Akira. Sunshine, with Garnet and Diana.
  • Malcolm Xerox: First series, in his backstory.
  • Meaningful Name: His human family name in the first series is Samael. In Jewish lore, Samael is an Archangel of death who is an accuser, seducer and destroyer (Andy's role in seducing Rinko and driving a wedge between her and Akira), and has been regarded as both good and evil (his first motive of wanting to free Jewelpets before corroding into wanting to dominate both worlds).
  • Multicolored Hair: Gray with white details.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: First series.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: In Kira Deco, he summons the cards of Midori and Labra, sure that Retsu and Angela will lose since they wouldn't attack them. Instead, Retsu and Angela become furious and attack Dian directly.
  • The Nose Knows: He has a superb sense of smell in Happiness.
  • Ominous Opera Cape: Wears one in the first series.
  • One-Winged Angel: As Dark Dian.
  • Prince Charming: Exploits the trope with his guise of Andy Samael to appeal to Rinko's most ardent desire.
  • Promotion to Opening Titles: In the second version of the first series' opening.
  • Real Men Cook: Happiness. He has a cooking show about vegetables.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Has red eyes as Andy.
  • Rushed Inverted Reading: Inverted. While attending Rinko's class masquerading as a human, he smugly looks at an upside-down textbook, convinced that the human world will pose no problems for him.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: First series; Diana's motivation in the first half is releasing him.
  • Significant Anagram: Andy... Well, at least phonetically, or in the Japanese alphabet spelling.
    Raku Majo: Andyandyandyandy... DIAAAAAN!
  • The Stoic: Stoicism is the essence of his power. He has the personality in Twinkle and, to a lesser extent, Sunshine.
  • Taken for Granite: One of his powers in the first series.
  • Tall, Dark and Handsome: As Andy.
  • Temporary Love Interest: For Garnet in episode 25 of Sunshine. Their brief relationship went quite well, but he still loved Diana.
  • Trauma-Induced Amnesia: Twinkle. He had forgotten what he had seen that made him mute. When he remembers, he regains the ability to talk.
  • Tsurime Eyes: His appearance.
  • Villainous Crush: On Rinko in the first series, which he refuses to acknowledge.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: In the first series, make him feel warm (usually through kotatsus) and he's as inoffensive as a kitten.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: First series. Started out wanting to free Jewelpets, but somewhere along the way forgot this motivation.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: In the first series, he suffers from this in the last few episodes when his Dark Magic powers go out of control and take over him, becoming Dark Dian.
  • You Have Failed Me: To Diana in episode 46 of the first series, for getting in his way one too many times. He punishes her by sending her to prison with Rinko. She doesn't hold it against him and even spends her time making sweets for him.


Voiced by: Atsushi Tamaru

The Jewelpet of Security, Granite is a white lion who wears a blue jewel necklace. His birthday is in December 1 and he is named after the stone granite.

He appears for the first time in the last episode of Sunshine. In this continuity, he's Mikage Shiraishi's new form which he adopted with Jewelina's help in order to stay with Ruby.

In Kira Deco, Granite is Ruby's boyfriend and lives in the neighbouring town.


Voiced by: Yoji Ueda

The Jewelpet of Endurance, Coal is an ash brown capybara with brown paws who wears a jewel necklace resembling buddhist prayer beads. His birthday is in September 6 and his name is based on the sedimentary rock coal.

Coal is an assassin who first appears at the end of episode 2 of Kira Deco, working with the organization called Decoranain, the group responsible for plunging the human world into darkness using Dark Magic. He is bossy, very boastful and impatient, though he tries to keep up a cool front around his subordinates Opal and Io. His goal is to find the Deco Stones and give them to his shrouded master while making sure the Kira Deco 5 are out of the way. He and his lackeys get beaten every episode.
  • Accidental Kiss: With a male-identifying Deco Stone in one episode, causing it to start a tornado that seperates everyone.
  • Ambiguously Gay: As Coarumi, he doesn't do anything to stop Jewelpets from fawning over him and even seems to encourage them on some occasions (as when he went to buy lingerie with Io). That said, the whole thing could just be to make his guise more convincing, hence the ambiguity.
  • Antagonist: Kira Deco.
  • Anti-Villain
  • Artistic License Biology: Capybaras don't have stump-like limbs.
  • Attractive Bent-Gender: Coarumi is regarded as extremely sexy in-universe.
  • Becoming the Mask: Subverted. Coal gets dispatched by the Dark General to be in a relatively close position to the main cast so he can spy and sabotage them. In episode 10, Coal nearly becomes friends with them, however the Dark General tells him that they're just tricking him.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: Coarumi's intended effect.
  • Bishōnen: When he impersonates the guy Pink wants to be friends with in episode 15 just to get the Deco Stones.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Wants to "drown everything in darkness", though he does call Ruby and Pink "devilish" when he thinks they've tricked him.
  • Casting a Shadow: His dark clouds.
  • The Chew Toy: Kira Deco.
  • The Corrupter: He convinces Opal to join Decoranain by promising to make Ruby pay for what she did to her.
  • Creepy Crossdresser: Kira Deco. Starting in episode 10, he disguises himself as Coarumi to get close to the main cast, as they have realized Coal's true nature earlier in the same episode.
  • Dark Is Evil
  • Despair Event Horizon: Falls into depression after learning of his true origins in episode 45 (he wasn't created from coal, but from tar) and decides that he needs to go someplace far away from the Decoranain.
  • Disguised in Drag: Kira Deco, after revealing his affiliation to the Decoranian.
  • Disney Death
  • The Dragon: To the Dark General.
  • Dub Name Change: Coarumi is known as Coalina in European dubs.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Papas: He loves the Dark General dearly for raising him.
  • Evil Wears Black: Everything he wears or uses in Kira Deco is black, which is why Opal finds him so cool.
  • Fake Boobs: Coal wears some very prominent ones as Coarumi.
  • Fat Bastard
  • Fate Worse Than Death: Being sent to a beach resort ("Blue sky and ocean, lots of people, the sun shining... THERE IS NO SHADE!").
  • Flying On A Cloud: His means of transportation in Kira Deco is a black cloud with its sides shaped like wings.
  • Forehead of Doom: His eyes are settled relatively low compared to others pets, resulting in this. Occasionaly it shines even though it's covered in fur.
  • Friendly Enemy: Kira Deco, especially as Coarumi.
  • G.I.R.L.: Kurotenshi in "Yami Quest".
  • A Glass of Chianti: Kira Deco.
  • Harmless Villain: Kira Deco. He rarely manages to do any relevant damage to the heroes, and sometimes they even think he's actually helping them; Ruby calls him "our guardian angel" in an early episode.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: In episode 51, he decides to sacrifice himself for the sake of his students and throws himself at the Dark General, who turns him into a lump of diamond.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: He accidentaly casts his dark clouds on himself in episode 10, needing the main cast to cheer him up and almost causing him to Heel-Face Turn.
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: Awful at karaoke.
  • I Am Not Weasel: No, he's not a hippo, as some characters seem to take him for.
  • I'll Never Tell You What I'm Telling You: Reveals to Pink and Ruby that the Deco Stones and the Mirror Ball shards are the same in this way.
  • In Touch with His Feminine Side
  • Kevlard: The fattest-looking Jewelpet has the power of Endurance (although it's likely meant to be in the psychological sense).
  • Loves My Alter Ego: Io crushes on Coarumi while disliking and distrusting Coal.
  • Master of Illusion: In episode 16, he recreates Pink's city in the human world and turns into her ex-boyfriend with his powers.
  • Meaningful Name: His "Yami Quest" name, Kurotenshi translates to Black Angel.
  • Necktie Headband: Wears it in episode 30 of Kira Deco.
  • Ominous Opera Cape: Sometimes in Kira Deco.
  • Pale Females, Dark Males: His Kurotenshi gaming persona has a paler body than him, and her eyes are purple instead of black/violet.
  • The Pawn
  • Personal Raincloud: Kira Deco, inverted. He creates the dark clouds which he uses to make people depressed.
  • Pet the Dog: He's actually pretty kind to his students as Coarumi.
  • Red Baron: Black Angel.
  • Seldom Seen Species: You've probably never heard of the capybara before reading this.
  • Sensei-chan: Coarumi is treated with a lot of informality by her students, though she still acts more mature than the usual for this trope.
  • Slasher Smile
  • Slouch of Villainy: Kira Deco, likes to sit on a black couch.
  • So Beautiful, It's a Curse: Coarumi goes on one of these tirades when (s)he causes strife between Opal and Io.
  • Something About a Rose: He's seen holding and throwing a black rose when casting his spells.
  • Stern Teacher: Plays the part in episode 6 of Kira Deco. He seems to forget what he was planning to do with this disguise, though.
  • Terrible Trio: With Opal and Io in Kira Deco.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Coal spends most of Kira Deco being humiliated by his higher ranked coworkers and the Kira Deco 5, and at some point gets his Jewel Pad turned into toilet paper. In episode 42, he actually gets a Deco Stone and is praised by the Dark General. Unfortunately for him, in the very next episode the General decides to puppy-kick him.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Fried egg on rice.
  • Transsexual: Implied. When he plays "Yami Quest" and is requested to choose the gender of his character, he says "I'll play as the girl, of course".
  • Twinkle In The Sky: And it's black (purplish-black, whatever).
  • Unsettling Gender Reveal: Poor Io.
  • Verbal Tic: -yami! ('yami' means 'darkness')
    • When he's feeling less villain-y, it can become "shine~", like when he makes friends with the main cast.
  • Victoria's Secret Compartment: Sometimes takes stuff out from between his boobs.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Downplayed. Gets fired from the Decoranain in episode 43.


Voiced by: Yuka Iguchi

The Jewelpet of Truth, Luea is a black and white Dutch rabbit with heart symbols below her left eye and on her left leg. She wears an indigo rose necklace and an indigo butterly hairclip on her head. Her birthday is on August 28 and her name is based on blue apatite.

She debuts in Lady, where she's Lillian's partner and Ruby's rival.

In Magical Change, she's partnered with Laura Fukuouji.

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