Characters: Tokyo Mew Mew

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    Mew Mews 
The protagonists of the series and defenders of the planet. Each girl is infused with the DNA of at least one endangered animal species and they have their own weapons.

General Tropes

Ichigo Momomiya (Mew Ichigo) | Voiced by: Saki Nakajima (Japanese), Amanda Brown (English)

Mew Ichigo
The main character of the series, who has the DNA of the Iriomote Wild Cat. She has a crush on Masaya Aoyama and hopes to get together with him.

Minto Aizawa (Mew Mint) | Voiced by: Yumi Kakazu (Japanese), Andi Whaley (English)

Mew Mint
The second person to join the Mew Mews, she has the genes of an Blue Lorikeet.

Retasu Midorikawa (Mew Lettuce) | Voiced by: Kumi Sakuma (Japanese), Bella Hudson (English)

Mew Lettuce
The third Mew Mew to join, she has the DNA of a Finless Porpoise. She is a shy girl who is initially scared of her powers, but gradually becomes more confident over time.

Bu-ling Huang (Mew Pudding) | Voiced by: Hisayo Mochizuki (Japanese), Kether Donahue (English)

Mew Pudding
The fourth member of the Mew Mews, who has the DNA of the Golden Ring Tamarin. She is highly energetic, but later developments indicate that she is responsible for her younger siblings in the absence of her parents.

Zakuro Fujiwara (Mew Zakuro) | Voiced by: Junko Noda (Japanese), Mollie Weaver (English)

Mew Zakuro
The last member of the team to be introduced and a famous model whom Minto greatly admires. She has powers prior to meeting the others, and is reluctant to join them at first, but joins them and opens up to them. She has the DNA of the gray wolf (which is actually no longer endangered).

Berii Shirayuki (Mew Berry)

Mew Berii
The sequel series' main protagonist, the sixth Mew Mew, and, while Ichigo is studying abroad, the temporary leader of the Mew Mews.

Ringo Akaii (Mew Ringo) | Voiced by: Taeko Kawata (Japanese)

Mew Ringo
A Mew Mew who appears in Tokyo Mew Mew PlayStation game. Ringo uses a Mew Aqua necklace from her mother to become Mew Ringo.

The main antagonists of Tokyo Mew Mew are a group of aliens who once called the Earth home before being forced to flee due to environmental changes. They waited on a distant planet on which it was difficult to survive until the time came when they could return. Angered with what the humans have done to the environment, they plan to destroy humanity and reclaim their former home.

General tropes

Quiche | Voiced by: Daisuke Sakaguchi (Japanese), Andrew Rannells (English)

One of Deep Blue's main operatives. The most persistent threat to the heroes among the aliens, he often sends minions out to fight the Mew Mews, but as time goes on, he often intervenes himself. He has a crush on Ichigo that, as time goes on and she repeatedly rejects him, escalates into an obsession.

Tart | Voiced by: Kiyomi Asai (Japanese), Jimmy Zoppi (English)

The youngest of the three aliens who fight the heroes, who enjoys insulting both allies and enemies.

Pie | Voiced by: Nobutoshi Canna (Japanese), Pete Zarustica (English)

A cool-headed, analytical alien who also works for Deep Blue. He is especially loyal to him, and is unwilling to tolerate allies who question him.

Deep Blue | Voiced by: Megumi Ogata (Japanese), Scottie Ray (English)

A computer for the aliens that guides their efforts to exterminate the humans. It is revealed that, rather than helping the aliens reclaim their home, he wants Earth for himself — and he may not just be a computer.

Gateau du Roi | Voiced by: Ryōtarō Okiayu (Japanese)

The main antagonist of the Tokyo Mew Mew PlayStation game.

    Saint Rose Crusaders 
The main antagonists of Tokyo Mew Mew a la mode.


Royal Highness

Happy Child

Blue Bayou

Sweet Juliet

    Supporting Characters 

Masaya Aoyama | Voiced by: Megumi Ogata (Japanese), Scottie Ray (English)

The captain of the Kendo team at Ichigo's school and the boy Ichigo has a crush on. It turns out that his true identity is the Blue Knight, and that he is also Deep Blue.

Blue Knight | Voiced by: Megumi Ogata (Japanese), Sean Schemmel (English)

A mysterious warrior who appears in various circumstances when the heroes need him most. He's actually Masaya Aoyama.

Ryou Shirogane | Voiced by: Koichi Tochika (Japanese), Sean Schemmel (English)

The head of the Mu Project, who sought out the girls and infused them with DNA in order to deal with the threat of the aliens.

Keiichiro Akasaka | Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa (Japanese), Andrew Rannells (English)

Shirogane's long-time friend and assistant. He helps run Cafe Mew Mew and oversee the Mew Mews' missions.

Tasuku Meguro

Berii's childhood friend, and later boyfriend. He works as a waiter at Cafe Mew Mew.

Masha | Voiced by: Junko Noda (Japanese), Tom Wayland (English)

A robot who assists the Mew Mews with their missions, often by detecting aliens, chimera anima and Mew Aqua.


The second robot created by Ryou Shirogane and Keiichiro Akasaka after Masha.

Moe Yanagida| Voiced by: Akiko Nakagawa (Japanese), Caroline Lawson (English)

One of Ichigo's friends and classmate.

Miwa Honjo| Voiced by: Tomoko Kaneda (Japanese), Sharon Feingold (English)

One of Ichigo's friends and classmate.

Shintaro Momomiya| Voiced by: Katsuyuki Konishi (Japanese), Jim Malone (English)

Ichigo's father.

Sakura Momomiya| Voiced by: Takako Honda (Japanese), Amanda Brown (English)

Ichigo's mother.


Hime Azumi

The original protagonist. A middle school girl who suddenly gains strange alien powers.


Azumi's boyfriend.
  • Almost Kiss: Came close to kissing her on one of their dates.
  • Easily Forgiven: He forgives her for not telling him about her double life and continues to date her.
  • Only One Name: His last name is never given.
  • Satellite Love Interest: He only has a few scenes with Azumi and his purpose, as far as the reader knows, is to complicate her normal life. This was one thing that was changed for Aoyama.
  • What, Exactly, Is His Job?: He has a job, but nothing specific is stated about it.


An alien robot sent by the "Mother Computer" to look after Azumi and to help her defeat the Baku.


A parasitic alien species that infested Earth and nearly overtook the human species.