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Characters: Ojamajo Doremi
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    The Ojamajos 
The main characters of the story. At first, it was just Doremi, but she was joined by her friends Hazuki and Aiko and formed a Power Trio. Pop joined when she uncovered their secret. Onpu arrived as a rival, but later joined them when they saved her. Together, they had to take care of Hana to get their powers back. Later, Momoko arrived to aid them on their third attempt at becoming Witches. All but Hana choose to give up being Witches in the end.

Tropes shared by all of them

Doremi Harukaze (Dorie Goodwyn)

Voiced by: Chiemi Chiba (Japanese), Amy Palant (English), Vanessa Garcel (Latin-American Spanish)

Doremi Harukaze, as of Motto design.

"Pirika pirilala poporina peperuto!"

Hazuki Fujiwara (Reanne Griffith)

Voiced by: Tomoko Akiya (Japanese), Rebecca Handler (English), Mayra Arellano (Latin-American Spanish)

Hazuki Fujiwara, as of Motto Design.
"Paipai ponpoi puwapuwa puu!"

Aiko Senoo (Mirabelle P. Haywood)

Voiced by: Yuki Matsuoka (Japanese), Annice Moriarity (English), Ana Lucia Mendez (Latin-American Spanish)

Aiko Senoo, as of Motto design.

"Pameruku laluku laliloli poppun!"

Pop Harukaze (Caitlyn Goodwyn)

Voiced by: Sawa Ishige (Japanese), Liza Jacqueline (English)

Pop Harukaze, as of Motto design.
"Pipito purito puriton peperuto!"

Onpu Segawa (Ellie Craft)

Voiced by: Rumi Shishido (Japanese), Jessica Calvello (English), Gaby Ugarte (Latin-American Spanish)

Onpu Segawa, as of Motto design.
"Pururun purun famifami faa!"

Momoko Asuka

Voiced by: Nami Miyahara (Japanese)

Asuka Momoko

"Peruton petton palalila pon!"

Hana Makihatayama

Voiced by: Ikue Otani (Japanese)

Dokkan Hana
Somewhat Younger Hana, in Motto. Before this, the only difference was a smaller size, inability to walk, and hair only up in one pigtail

"Pororin pyurarin hanahana pi!"

    Family and Relatives 

Keisuke and Haruka Harukaze

Voiced by: Yuuta Mochizuki (Keisuke, Japanese), Yuka Saito (Haruka, Japanese), Dan Green (Keisuke, English), Bella Hudson (Haruka, English), Rafael Rivera (Keisuke, Latin-American Spanish), Dulce Maria Romay (Haruka, Latin-American Spanish)

Doremi and Pop's middle-class parents. Keisuke likes fly-fishing to the point where it gets on his wife's nerves. Haruka is an ex-Elegant Classical Musician who wishes for what's best for the family.

Akira and Reiko Fujiwara

Voiced by: Kenji Nomura (Akira, Japanese), Yui Maeda (Reiko, Japanese), Tom Wayland (Akira, English), Kerry Williams (Reiko, English), Marcos Patiņo (Akira, Latin-American Spanish), Mayra Arellano (Reiko, Latin-American Spanish)

Hazuki's parents. Akira is a film director, Reiko is a fashion designer; since both of them are very well-known, the Fujiwara family is very well-off, but have trouble in their relationship with their little girl.
  • Adorkable: Akira, when he first met Reiko.
  • Generation Xerox: Surprisingly justified! Reiko's mother tended to make decisions for her, much to her frustration. However, when her mother directly exposed a promising young man as a plagiarist and indirectly as a Jerkass Gold Digger. It's no wonder she thinks she's doing Hazuki a favor by making her decisions for her, but it was thankfully subverted later on when she realized her mistakes.
  • Meal Ticket: Barely averted with Reiko. If it hadn't been for her own mother being a good judge of character, then she would have been taken advantage of, especially since the Gold Digger turned out to be a huge Faux Affable Jerkass.
  • One of the Kids: Reiko. She has to rely on Baaya to do things around the mansion and is generally a bit less mature than a woman her age.
  • Parents as People: Both of them are good people and they dearly love Hazuki, but Akira is very much a Workaholic and the kinda child-like Reiko sometimes seems to treat Hazuki more as a cute doll or a pet than as a daughter.

Koyuki "Baaya" Ishikawa

Voiced by: Yuko Saito (Japanese), Guadalupe Noel (Latin-American Spanish)

The Fujiwara family's housekeeper and nanny to Hazuki.
  • Crack! Oh My Back!: Justified for a time during series 1 due to a Bad Luck Charm.
  • Miniature Senior Citizens: She is about Hazuki's height, if not shorter.
  • Old Retainer: She worked for Reiko's birth family, and when Reiko married Akira she came to work for her new one. As such, she has been around from before Hazuki was born.
  • Put on a Bus: During Ojamajo Doremi 16/17, high debts caused Akira's studio to be shut down, causing the family to lose their home and Baaya to separate from them.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: In Na-i-sho, we find out that Baaya had a boyfriend and loved him very much. Since they lived in Imperial Japan, he left to enlist in the army and never came back home. Hazuki finds out that he actually died on duty.
  • Parental Substitute: For both Reiko and Hazuki
  • Workaholic

Kouji Senoo and Atsuko Okamura

Voiced by: Kyousei Tsukui (Kouji, Japanese), Sean Schemmel (Kouji, English), Tomoko Hiratsuji (Atsuko, Japanese), Rolando de Castro (Kouji, Latin-American Spanish)

Aiko's parents, they're from Osaka. He's a taxi driver, she's a Hospital Hottie that works in a retirement home. When they got divorced, Aiko went to live with Kouji in Tokyo. They get back together, but much later.
  • Arranged Marriage: In the first series, Kouji went to an omiai (arranged date) with Midori, the daughter of his boss. The girls tried to stop them, not because they disliked Midori but because Aiko didn't want/need a new mother — which was Kouji's reason to agree to the date...
  • Divorce Is Temporary
  • Parents as People: They love Aiko, but it wasn't enough to save their marriage. Aiko is deeply marked by Atsuko leaving the family and then Kouji taking her to Tokyo from Osaka, and longs for them to get back together.

Tsuyoshi and Miho Segawa

Voiced by: Mari Adachi (Miho, Japanese)

Onpu's parents. Miho is a former child star, and she's now Onpu's manager.

Kenzou and Minori Asuka

Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata (Kenzou, Japanese), Fumiko Miyashita (Minori, Japanese)

Momoko's parents.

Seki-sensei (Ms. Cooper)

Voiced by: Nanaho Katsuragi (Japanese), Kate Roland (English), Monica Manjarrez (Latin-American Spanish)

Doremi's homeroom teacher.
  • Badass Teacher
  • Biker Babe
  • Christmas Cake: Doesn't come up that often, but she's clearly distressed when she mistakenly thinks her best friend Yuki has a boyfriend. Averted in the end as in Ojamajo Doremi 16 she got married to her boyfriend whom she dated since Motto.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Hot Teacher: She has nice lips, long silky hair, and a killer figure. How come a woman as beautiful as she is had trouble finding suitors at first?!
  • Not so Above It All: As strict as she is, Seki-sensei does have a sense of humor such as laughing at Aiko's joke at the SOS Trio when they interrupted her introduction and snickered at Doremi and Tamaki's comedy act in Motto's student election assembly. She's not immune to petty jealousy either when she thinks Yuki-sensei is on a date.

Yuki-sensei (Ms. Shannon) aka The Queen of the Witch World

Voiced by: Yuka Imai (Japanese), Kayzie Rogers (English), Circe Luna (Latin-American Spanish)

The soft-spoken and beautiful school nurse, and also Seki's best friend. Also happens to be the Queen of the Witch World in disguise.
  • The High Queen: She's the Queen of the Witch World in disguise!
  • Hospital Hottie: The nurse of the girls's school
  • Meganekko
  • Not so Above It All: She's appalled when the Ojamajos ask her questions about Seki-sensei's boyfriend. Even funnier is during the episode's intro, she's offended that Seki-sensei didn't tell her about this.
    Yuki-sensei: *during the intro of Sharp's 30th episode* No way! I was never told of this! That traitor! Traitor!
    Yuki-sensei: *when the Ojamajos ask her about this* No way! Seki-sensei got a boyfriend? She never told me! She suddenly changed after summer vacation. I thought it was weird, but not telling me is unforgivable! We promised we would introduce our boyfriends if we ever made any. I will wring the truth from her!
  • School Nurse
  • Two Aliases, One Character


Voiced by: Yuka Tokumitsu (Japanese)

  • A Day in the Limelight/Took a Level in Badass: Had an episode of Motto focusing on her being a better teacher...or rather turning into a carbon copy of Seki-sensei, to the point where she mimicked Seki-sensei's killer chalk throw perfectly.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: Developed a crush on a veterinarian. The girls tried to help her realize her crush by posing as puppies. Ultimately, he already had a girlfriend.
    • She got over this and eventually got married shortly before Ojamajo Doremi 16.
  • Sensei-chan

    Friends at Misora School 


Voiced by: Tomo Saeki (Japanese)

Originally the team captain and often premier soccer player at Misora Elementary, he returns in later series as a coach due to an injury.

Tetsuya Kotake (Todd Washington)

Voiced by: Kumiko Yokote (Japanese), Kayzie Rogers (English)

Reika Tamaki (Josie Huffington)

Voiced by: Ai Nagano (Japanese)

Marina Koizumi (Amanda)

Voiced by: Oma Ichimura (Japanese)

Masaru Yada (Justin Bailey)

Voiced by: Nami Miyahara (Japanese), Gerry Meza (Latin-American Spanish)

Shiori Nakayama (Susie Williams)

Kaori Shimakura (Penny)

Voiced by: Shihomi Mizowaki (Japanese)

Nobuko Yokokawa (Belinda Higgins)

Voiced by: Kyoko Dounowaki (Japanese)

Miho Maruyama

Voiced by: Oma Ichimura (Japanese)

Nanako Okada (Autumn Harrison)

Voiced by: Mamiko Noto (Japanese), Cristina Hernandez (Latin-American Spanish)

  • Broken Bird: When you learn why she refuses to get near animals...
  • Friend to All Living Things: Zigzagged. She loved her puppy as a toddler more than anything. And when she's first introduced, her dog had died in an accident (and in front of her), causing her to never approach any kind of animal for fear that the same thing could happen if she even goes near them. And it almost happened again, when she had to take care of one of the school bunnies and he got injured.) She's back to loving animals gain at the end of her debut episode.
  • Girlish Pigtails

Mutsumi Kudo (Melissa Scott)

Voiced by: Chizuru Matsuyuki (Japanese)

New SOS Trio

Yuji voiced by: Reiko Fujita (Japanese)

Yutaka voiced by: Noriko Fujita (Japanese)

Jun voiced by: Naozumi Takahashi (Japanese)

  • All Men Are Perverts: In Motto, they attempt to peep at the girls during their health examination but fail since Seki-sensei overhears their plans.
  • Comic Trio
  • Dub Name Change: Yuji Sagawa was changed to Simon. Yutaka Ota was changed to Oliver. Since 4Kids never dubbed anything past the first season finale, Jun Satou never appeared in the dub and subsequently never got his name changed.
  • Even Jerks Have Standards: While they're not actually evil, they have caused Naomi to cry when they saw her wearing a dress and when they made fun of Kanae Iida's weight, she goes on a diet, eating less food and exercises excessively to the point of exhaustion. When they see the damage they've done, they attempt to apologize and try to set things right.
  • So Unfunny It's Funny: Hazuki is the only person who laughs at their jokes. Aiko and Onpu did laugh at the original SOS Trio in the Sharp Movie, but it was only because a magic flower granted the SOS Trio's wish to be funny.


Toyokazu voiced by: Reiko Kiuchi (Japanese)

Kenji voiced by: Tomo Saeki (Japanese)

  • Dub Name Change: Only applies to Toyokazu Sugiyama, who was changed to Stuart. The 4Kids dub called him "Phineas" in the first episode. Like Satou, Ogura never appeared in the dub.
  • So Unfunny It's Funny: Invoked by Momoko, who is the only person who laughs at their jokes.
    Momoko: It's so stupid, but it's so funny!
  • The Ace: Only applies to Kenji Ogura. He's athletic and intelligent, but prefers to make jokes with Sugiyama.

Naomi Okuyama (Gia)

Voiced by: Miwa Matsumoto (Japanese)

  • Berserk Button: Do not make fun of her for being tall, liking girly things, or point out the fact that she hit puberty before her classmates, unless of course you like being strangled.
  • Cuteness Proximity
  • Huge Schoolgirl: She's taller than all of her classmates.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Despite being seen as super boyish and cool due to her height, she secretly adores girly things and longs for a cute dress to wear. When the Ojamajo manage to get her said dress and the SOS Trio mock her, poor Naomi is brought to tears.

Kouta Amano (Keith Lennon)

Junji and Yoko Manda

Voiced by: Akemi Okamura (Japanese)

Itoko Hamada (Juliet Kojuro)

Voiced by: Kaoru Shiomi (Japanese)

  • Massive Numbered Siblings: She has five siblings, resulting in six kids, one for each grade in a Japanese elementary school when we first get introduced to her.

Susumu Yanagida (Hanson)

  • Big Eater
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He loves his fried bread. 4Kids exaggerates this by having him say he once ate 97 loaves of fried bread and was still hungry afterwards.

Kayoko Nagato

Shino Hanada (Carey Wilson)

Voiced by: Chigusa Ikeda (Japanese)

Ryota Hayashi (Peter)

  • Fan Boy: Of kaiju and other monsters

Maki Higuchi (Shannon Marley)

Voiced by: Nao Kouyama (Japanese)

Kanae Lida (Haley)

Takao Kimura (David)

Voiced by: Michiru Yamazaki (Japanese)

Masaharu Miyamoto (Scooter)

Voiced by: Haruna Katou (Japanese)

Goji Nakata (Nicholas)

Michiaki Watabe (Mackenzie)

Takeshi Hasebe

Kazuya Yoshida

  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: In school, he's a goofy troublemaker on par with the SOS Trio. Outside of school, he's a fairly competent taiyaki chef and is serious in his (unsuccessful) attempts at making better taiyaki than his father.

Mint Wada

    The Witches 

An Always Female race of magical beings who live in a world parallel to the human world. An age-old curse transforms any Witch into a Witch Frog when said Witch is called "Witch" by a human.

Tropes shared by all of them:

Majo Rika (Rika Makihatayama)

Voiced by: Naomi Nagasawa (Japanese), Lisa Ortiz (English), Guadalupe Noel (Latin-American Spanish)

Used to be human...

A witch who owns and unsuccessfully manages the Maho-dou. She was caught by Doremi and, as a result, she was cursed and transformed into a magic frog.


Voiced by: Megumi Takamura (Japanese), Andi Whaley (English), Irma Carmona (Latin-American Spanish)

Majo Rika's fully grown fairy.

Majo Ruka (Patunia)

Voiced by: Mayumi Shou (Japanese), Caren Lyn Manual-Tackett (English)

Majo Rika's rival. When she came to own the Mahou-Dou, she sold cursed trinkets that eventually harmed whoever had them. She was caught by Onpu and cursed just like Majo Rika.

Hehe (Falinda)

Voiced by: Hiroko Konishi (Japanese), Gabriela Willert (Latin-American Spanish)

Majo Ruka's fully grown fairy.

Majo Monroe

Voiced by: Ikue Otani (Japanese)

Mota and Motamota (Drona and Rhona)

Mota voiced by: Yuuko Kawasaki (Japanese), Jessica Calvello (English)

Motamota voiced by: Yoko (Japanese), Bella Hudson (English)

  • Character Tic: Both speak slowly, often to the point that others have to yell at them just to speed things up.
  • Cool Pet: Mota has a large turtle as a pet who the Ojamajos have to race against in one exam.
  • Fat and Skinny: Mota is small while Motamota is big.
  • Motor Mouth: Inverted. Their speech tends to be quite slow.

Dela (Conya)

Voiced by: Chihiro Sakurai (Japanese), Mollie Weaver (English)

The Majo Kai Tax Collector.

Majo Toron

The resident inventor of Majo Kai. She is responsible for the creation of the porons the Ojamajos (sans Pop and Hana) use during Dokkan and is thus the only one who can refill them.

Majo Heart

Voiced by: Fumie Houjou (Japanese)

Majo Don

Voiced by: Ayumi Takatani (Japanese)

  • Defrosting Ice Queen
  • Love Hurts: She can't decide whether to marry the man that she loved or not. When she finally made up her mind, so much time had passed that he started getting old and had to marry.
  • Greed: Has been described as loving money.
  • Jerkass: At first. She warms up to the girls when they do her a favor.
  • Pet the Dog: After she heard from Dela that the girls were late because they were nursing the latter, she arranged a delivery to the Witch Kindergarten to allow the girls to see Hana when they finished their job.

Majo Roxanne

Voiced by: Tamie Kubota (Japanese)

  • Supreme Chef: Used to be royal chef of Majo Tourbillon back when the latter was the queen.
  • Royal Chef Marriage Veto: Objected to Majo Tourbillion relinquishing her crown and marrying a human (George Bennett) but changed her mind when she tasted the "Tourbillon My Love" that George made and understood that he truly loved her queen and wished for their happiness.

The Witch Senate

Majo Heart

See above.

Majo Don

See above.

Majo Miller/Mirror

Voiced by: Mayumi Shou (Japanese)

Majo Sullivan

Voiced by: Yuko Tachibana (Japanese)

Majo Prima

Voiced by: Rika Fukami (Japanese)

Majo Sloan

Voiced by: Hisako Kyoda (Japanese)

Majo Reed

Voiced by: Mayumi Asano (Japanese)

Majo Vanilla

Voiced by: Youko Matsuoka (Japanese)

The Queen of the Witch World (Queen Lumina)

Voiced by: Yuka Imai (Japanese), Carol Jacobanis (English)

Majo Rin (Amaretta)

Voiced by: Reiko Kiuchi (Japanese), Kelly Ray (English)

The Queen's royal attendant.

Yume Sakura

    The Wizards 

Alexander T. Oyajide (Feradagio)

Voiced by: Ginzo Matsuo (seasons 1 and 2), Nobuaki Kanemitsu (seasons 3 and 4) (Japanese)

King of the Wizard World

Count Philippe S. Ojijide


A group of four young Wizards who assist Oyajide in capturing Hana during Sharp.

Tropes shared by all of them:

  • Affably Evil: They were genuinely nice and cared about one another despite their intentions.
  • Becoming the Mask
  • Bishōnen: Even from a young age, they were notably good-looking. When they come back in Ojamajo Doremi 16, Aiko even comments on how feminine they look in appearance.
  • Chick Magnet
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Everyone except Akatsuki, when it comes to the wonders of the "human world."
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: There was very little the girls could do when they finally fought them, even after Akatsuki allowed them to change into Royal Patraine.
  • Demoted to Extra: When they reappear in Dokkan, they arguably don't have as much of a role than they did when they were in Sharp.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: Particularly Akatsuki, but all four share this since they deceived the girls.
  • Evil Counterpart: Akatsuki, Fujio, Leon, and Tooru to Doremi, Hazuki, Aiko, and Onpu, respectively.
  • Four Is Death
  • Fun with Acronyms: Fujio the "F", Leon the "L", Akatsuki the "A", and Tooru the "T"; together they are the FLAT4. Oyajide later joined with "O" to make them the FLOAT5.
    • To elaborate, Flat is the musical opposite of Sharp, marking the FLAT4 as being the Psycho Rangers to the girls. When Oyajide makes them the FLOAT5 during Dokkan, they help keep things afloat by providing support while the Ojamajos (sans Hana and Pop, the former because she is assisting them boys and latter because she's been Demoted to Extra) hurry to awaken Majo Tourbillon.
  • Hopeless Suitor: To everyone but Akatsuki.
  • Heel-Face Turn
  • Leitmotif: One of the songs in "Kumikyoku Alexander T. Oyajide" tends to play during their appearances. The song "Bokutachi Elite Mahoutsukai" also fits the bill.
  • Local Hangout: Their Bad-Guy Bar takes place... in a local burger shop at a metropolitan mall.
  • No Sell: They effortlessly block the Ojamajos' attacks during episode 46 of Sharp. Then, rather than try to overcome their defenses, they seal the girls within bubbles made from their powerful magic.
  • Psycho Rangers
  • Punch Clock Villain
  • Put on a Bus: After restoring peace in the Wizard World by the end of Sharp, the FLAT4 took a Long Bus Trip. The Bus Came Back in Dokkan.
  • Quirky Miniboss Squad: And they happen to be the elite of the Wizard World.
  • Spear Counterpart: To the girls in Sharp.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist


Voiced by: Tomo Saeki (Japanese)


Voiced by: Mayumi Yamaguchi (Japanese)


Voiced by: Mamiko Noto (Japanese)


Voiced by: Kazumi Okushima (Japanese)

    The former Witch Queen and her family 

The former Witch Queen/Majo Tourbillon

  • Anti-Villain: A Type II and III.
  • Big Bad
    • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She only wished to prevent humans and witches from meeting so as to keep the witches from suffering as she did.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Delivers one of these to the girls in Sharp episode 49 and would've done the same during Motto episode 50. It's implied she did this to every other Witch who entered her lair...
  • Dark Magical Girl: She replaces Onpu as this for the series.
  • Demonic Possession: Does this to Momoko.
  • Evil Laugh: She does this after cursing Hana during the second half of Motto.
  • The Faceless: Played with. In a flashback, her face is either covered by her veil or hidden by her hair. Subverted in Motto 50 when her true appearance is revealed.
  • Forgiveness
  • Freudian Excuse: She wants to prevent witches from contacting humans so as to protect them from the pain she suffered while she was in the human world.
  • God Save Us from the Queen!: She serves as the main antagonist of the series starting with Sharp and causes a lot of damage by herself. And even though she gets over her past grief, her despair continues wrecking havoc.
  • Hot Witch: Despite being over 1000 years old and being in the Cursed Forest for that long, she has kept her physical beauty.
  • I Know Your True Name: The girls call her by her real name to restore her original humanly nature during their battle.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Does this to her personal chef. Such magic is forbidden (as Onpu found out), yet she could pull it off without getting cursed into slumber.
  • Mayfly-December Romance: During the Mo~tto! season, it is revealed that this is the reason the Witch Queen from two reigns ago goes crazy and creates all kinds of troubles, such as cursing Hana and creating the Smiling Moon rulenote , the Magic Frog Cursenote , and the Cursed Forest.
  • Meaningful Name: Tourbillon is French for "Spiral" or "Whirlwind", and her spectral projection does occasionally swirl around like a whirlwind or spiral. She even protected the Love Supreme Flower by using a whirlwind of magic.
  • No Name Given: Until the end of Motto, where the girls find out her real name.
  • Physical God: Is established to have the most powerful magic of any witch in the last 1000 years and has proven capable of beating Doremi, Hazuki, Aiko, and Onpu even when they used Royal Patraine.
  • Picky Eater: She hated vegetables and used various recipes made by her personal chef to get around it.
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: Not quite black per se; more like a very deep blue. Her skin is still pale, though its to be expected since she was inside the Cursed Forest for a thousand years. She remains a Hot Witch.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Or rather, a thousand years old.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: A villainous example until her Heel-Face Turn. Justified since she is the Big Bad.
  • Start of Darkness: Zigzagged. The death of her husband contributed to this. However, her son helped her to avoid it, along with her grandchildren. Played straight again when her grandchildren left and her son died of old age right in front of her.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: With George Bennett.
  • Who Wants to Live Forever?: Gets hit with this hard when her son dies of old age right in front of her.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Not to the extent of most, but still qualifies.
  • Would Hurt a Child: At the end of Sharp, she casts a curse on Hana that nearly kills her.
    • During Motto, she casts another curse on Hana so as to hinder her growth. It fails near the end of Motto, prompting her to possess Momoko and bring Hana to her lair and kill her directly. After Momoko snaps out of it, she attacks the girls directly with her magic.

George Bennett


Anri Bennett

Majo Tourbillon's Grandchildren (Ingrid, Natasha, Mary-Ann, Lola, Angela and Roy)

  • The Atoners: All of them lived with regret as they didn't return in time and Majo Tourbillon had gone back to the Witch World with a broken heart.
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead
    • Blond: Ingrid and Roy
    • Brunette: Natasha and Mary-Ann
    • Redhead: Angela and Lola
  • Generation Xerox: Like Majo Tourbillon, who was objected by Majo Roxanne about her marriage to George, Ingrid was objected by Anri about her marriage to Sean and like her grandmother she did get married to him.
  • Happily Married: Ingrid and Mary-Ann.
  • Missing Mom: Their mother (Anri's wife) died when they were very young. Which gives us..
  • Memento MacGuffin: Each of them were presents that Majo Tourbillon had given to them.
    • Ingrid: A handmade bedsheet as her wedding present.
    • Natasha: A "rainbow" handkerchief.
    • Mary-Ann: A bracelet made of seashells.
    • Lola: A scarf with a picture of Baba (as a cat) on it.
    • Angela: A handmade coaster.
    • Roy: A tapestry with a family picture. In the present day, it's in possession of his descendant, Robby.
  • Witch Hunt: An adult Natasha left her because people called her and her sisters "Witch".


Voiced by: Romi Park (Japanese)

Robby Phoenix

A boy Onpu met during the time when she competed on a game show. He's Roy's present day descendant.

Mrs. Phoenix

Robby's mother who is rather protective of her son and refused to let him show off his magical power. She's the one who provides the girls with Majo Tourbillon's final gift: The tapestry.

    Guest Characters 

Pappaya Brothers

  • Coattail-Riding Relative: In the English dub by 4Kids, the Pappaya Brothers were made into Hazuki's uncle and his friend, hoping to get on Hazuki's mother's good side so they could use some of her wealth to fund their comedy act. In the original version, they had no relation to Hazuki and her family, and just wanted to kidnap Hazuki to use the ransom money for their comedy act.
  • No Name Given
  • One-Shot Character
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Japanese kinship terms were used in place of their real names. The older man is named "Aniki"note  while the younger is named "Otouto" note , signifying for which brother is which. Averted in the 4Kids dub, where they're known as Mick and Jo respectively.
  • Stockholm Syndrome: Hazuki becomes sympathetic to them when they apologize and make her food. Never mind the fact that earlier, they kidnapped her against her will, tried to tie her up, pointed a gun at her face, and took her away from her friends.
  • Straight Man and Wise Guy: Aniki is the Straight Man to Otouto's Wise Guy.

Candy Ito (Candy Armstrong)

Voiced by: Miwa Matsumoto (Japanese)

  • Bare Your Midriff: Her wrestling outfit.
  • Image Song: "Fukazume Fighter ~Candy Ito's Theme~"
  • Worf Had The Flu: Suffered an injury during her first appearance right before her match. She trudged on, but she was still having a run of bad luck. As it turns out, all of this was due to a Bad Card hiding inside an action figure owned by Mutsumi. Once it was removed, Candy managed to pull through.

Karen Morino

Voiced by: Fuuko Misaki (Japanese)


Voiced by: Umi Tenjin (Japanese)

Mary Wolf

Voiced by: Ai Nagano (Japanese)


Voiced by: Akira Ishida (Japanese)


Yoichi Sakuragi


Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai

Souichi Arima

Voiced by: Tomo Saeki (Japanese)


Nozomi Waku

Voiced by: Taeko Kawata (Japanese)


Voiced by: Kumiko Watanabe (Japanese)

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