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The Future Isn’t Set In Stone! note 

"You can do anything! You can be anything! Embrace the sparkling future!"

HuGtto! Pretty Cure (known internationally as Hug! PreCure) is the fifteenth entry in the Pretty Cure franchise, commemorating the franchise’s 15th anniversary and the last entry fully produced in the Heisei era. It is the thirteenth separate continuity in the series and began airing in February of 2018, preceded by KiraKira★Pretty Cure à la Mode and followed by Star★Twinkle Pretty Cure.

Hana Nono is a second-year middle school student who aims to become a stylish, mature big-sister-like figure. When she realises she is late for her first day of school, she cuts her bangs in a hurry, causing her hair to look like a mess!

However, there's a nice turn of events when she meets Hugtan and her guardian, Harry, who had fallen from the sky. But suddenly, the Criasu Corporation appears in hopes of stealing Hugtan's Mirai Crystal, so they create a scary monster to attack them!

With her strong desire to protect Hugtan, a new Mirai Crystal appears and transforms Hana into the Pretty Cure of High Spirits, Cure Yell. The Mirai Crystals are a crystalized form of Tomorrow Power, the magical power overflowing this world that creates a shining future for everyone. If it's stolen, everyone's future will disappear, including Hugtan's future.

Hugtto! PreCure contains examples of:

  • An Aesop: "The tragedies of yesterday can't be undone, but you can make tomorrow better."
  • Alternate Timeline: The World of Hugtto! PreCure actually features two timelines; the Bad Future from which Harry and Hugtan comes from and the one that the show follows. The main difference between the two is whether or not Hana switched schools with her not creating the Bad Future since that leads to her death.
  • Animation Bump: During important episodes but notably, Homare-focused episodes feature more detailed fight scenes compared to when the other characters are given focus.
  • April Fools' Day: Two April Fools jokes for 2018.
  • Bad Future: Where Hugtan, Harry, and Criasu are actually from: A future of the current world where the Company freezes all futures.
  • Badass in Distress: In Episode 36, Dr. Traum is able to freeze time, paralyzing a number of Pretty Cure teams, including the rest of Nozomi's team, the Happiness Charge team, the Princess team and Splash Star team, leaving only Nozomi, Love, Kira Kira, Maho Girls, Hugtto, and Max Heart teams left. They manage to unfreeze time leading to all the cures finishing Traum off in the next episode.
  • Beam Me Up, Scotty!invoked: Saaya "quotes" a statement from Mother Teresa in episode 2, but the phrase was one commonly misattributed to her.
  • Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: Cure Yell (the Pretty Cure of High Spirits), Cure Ange (the Pretty Cure of Wisdom), and Cure Étoile (the Pretty Cure of Power), respectively.
  • Bland-Name Product: Episode 2 shows Saaya using a search engine called Hugoooooo!, an obvious play on Yahoo!
    • And then Hana mentions Curestagram in Episode 5.
  • Book Ends: Fumito is both the first and last Oshimaida the girls have to fight.
  • Breather Episode:
    • Episode 12, in which the girls throw a pajama party to relax after the events of the previous two episodes.
    • Episode 15, which focuses on Ruru and Emiru rather than the main trio, is much more comedy-driven compared to all the episodes before it.
    • Episode 24 was supposed to be this as it was a day at the pool, but Hana is still recovering from the shock of learning who the Criasu president is and his motives.
    • Episode 28 plays this straight, focusing on Mogumogu's (Homare's pet dog) puppy love towards Saki (who is a cat)
    • Episode 45, the Christmas Episode. The first half, anyway.
  • The Cameo:
    • Episode 37 not only crams in every Pretty Cure active, but we also get brief appearances by Michiru and Kaoru, Cure Flower, Cure Candy, Cure Echo, Regina and many others near the end.
  • Central Theme: Fate and future.
  • Child Hater: The victim of the week in episode 3 of is a businessman who is one of these. He yells at the girls for not being able to control Hugtan's crying because he finds kids annoying. Homare yells at him for not understanding their situation, and this causes other families at the petting zoo to get in on the situation as well. This causes him to leave the zoo, but not before Charaleet uses his anger to summon an Oshimaida.
  • Comic-Book Time: Oddly invoked in the second crossover episode as the Kira Kira and Maho Girls teams are still adults when they show up, yet every other team are still in their lower teens.
  • Crossover:
    • Not only will the team show up in this year's PreCure All-Stars installment, PreCure Super Stars!, but their fall movie is replaced with a special Milestone Celebration movie pairing the team up with the original duo and everyone else after them entitled HUGtto! PreCure ♥ Futari wa PreCure: All-Stars Memories.
    • For April Fools' Day, Toei announced a fake crossover team up between Cure Yell and Son Goku, specifically as they appear in Pretty Cure Super Stars! and Dragon Ball Super: Broly movies.
    • Hugtan summons Cure Black and Cure White in Episode 21 and sends them back at the end of the next episode.
    • Episode 36 and 37 will not only bring back Cure Black and Cure White, but also reintroduce Shiny Luminous, Cure Dream, Cure Peach and the Kira Kira and Maho Girls teams! Then 37 takes it a step further by teaming up EVERY PRETTY CURE AT THE TIME!
  • Comically Missing the Point: When Harry reveals he and Hugtan are from the far future, Hana and Saaya are more concerned about whether humans evolve/regress into mice.
  • Continuity Drift: When they first appear in episodes 21-22, Nagisa and Honoka are speculated to originate from an alternate universe separate from the one HUGtto! takes place in, given that Hugtan summoned them from a portal. When they reappear in later episodes, this aspect is quietly dropped in favor of all the Cures and their crossovers sharing a single universe but living in different cities, with the previous Alternate Universe explanation being left as speculation that the characters were simply incorrect about.
  • Continuity Nod: Especially prevalent in the two-part crossover episodes 36 and 37, In effect, the movies are part of Hugtto's canon. The Hugtto, Kirakira, and Maho Girls teams split up in search of other cures and end up meeting Love from Fresh Pretty Cure! and Nozomi from Yes! Pretty Cure 5. Mirai and Riko recognize Love right away as they had previously met in one of the movies. Parts of the Hugtto group and the Kirakira group bump into Nozomi and don't recognize her, as they've never actually met before. Ruru and Emiru also don't know the Maho Girls and Kirakira teams since they hadn't joined at the time of the last All Stars movie.
  • Continuity Snarl: A sad side effect of the two-part crossover episodes 36 and 37, which reveals that all of the Cures co-exists in one timeline, rather than the generally accepted logic that each season takes place in their own pocket timeline. This brings up questioning as to why none of the past teams even bother to help the current team, as well as how come they never noticed Criasu's ambitions until now. Of course, it could be debated that all series happen in the same moment (bar Kirakira and Maho Girls which are stated to have already happened, and Max Heart which come from another reality).
  • Darker and Edgier: The series is, without a doubt, one of the franchise's darker entries in the same vein as HeartCatch and Go! Princess. To be more specific:
    • While it doesn't seem overt in the current story, Harry's reveal of what happened to him and Hugtan as a result of Criasu's schemes and machinations definitely counts as this, compared to the state of the fairy worlds from the last two installments. The state of his homeworld is eerily identical to the Bad Future of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky, in which time itself has been essentially lost to everyone and the entire world is nothing more than a stone husk. Made even worse when it's revealed that they don't come from a different world. They come from the future of the current world.
    • Homare’s initial inability to become a Cure is essentially a darker variation of Karen’s storyline in Yes! Pretty Cure 5. Whereas Karen's inability was based on her not understanding how to work with others as a Student Council President, Homare's is the result of her remembering the time she severely injured herself during a figure skating competition. Unlike Karen, who initially didn't even want to be a Cure, Homare wants to be one, but her traumatic memories prevent her from jumping high enough to grab her Transformation Trinket in Episode 4.
    • In Episode 10, Hana loses the ability to transform as a result of doubting herself after being criticized for her cheering ways beforehand in Episode 8. Then, just as she's about to be killed by the Monster of the Week, Hugtan uses a new power to purify it.... at the cost of falling into a coma. A baby going comatose. In a kid's show. She does wake up in Episode 11, but still...
    • Episode 16 was normal and even a bit lighthearted for the most part until the very last minute, where Ruru, presumably because the Big Bad caught on to her slowly turning good, is struck by a powerful beam of red light. As the smoke clears, you see her heavily damaged with holes all over her clothes and sparks crackling from her body. They even show her robotic vision glitching as she shuts down and drops to her knees, rendering her essentially lifeless. Papple even effortlessly pushes her body to the ground, which is a bit disturbing. The episode ends with the two leaving and the Cures, along with Hugtan, crying out her name in vain. What makes this even more upsetting is that Ruru was starting to feel actual emotions and empathy up until that point.
    • Episode 22 still had an over all lighthearted feel... up until it cuts to Pappuru. She was threatened by her superiors to be put in the same dark room Charalit was in, found out that her boyfriend was cheating on her, and even if the outcome was different (she transformed herself into an Oshimaida using her own Toge-Power), Pappuru might as damn well be Driven to Suicide. Suicide. In a kid's show. Truth in Television, unfortunately, as such a Trauma Conga Line, especially in Japan, could lead anyone to suicide.
    • Episode 24 was meant to be a winding down episode from Episode 23. Cut to Hana, in the middle of swimming, randomly having dark visions of George Cry, a man she had grown to trust and admire over the course of the show, and how he intends to freeze the world, and nearly succeeded, which causes her to have a panic attack and is implied to be lingering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a result, as when Gelos calls forth another Oshimaeda, she has the same visions, which causes her to panic even more. While there are cases of previous protagonists having a hard time, they were shown to be able to get over it really quickly. This is not the case with Hana.
    • Even the Fairy Companion isn't safe from this trope with episode 25. In previous series, the reason for why certain Fairies could become Human was due to magic. The reason Harry can become human? After countless inhuman experiments done by Kriasu Corp, he was forcefully turned into a Kaijin attack dog. only thanks to a mysterious young woman not only saving him, but putting a Power Limiter on him, specifically the golden chain attached to his neck, he was able to turn into a human instead.
  • Darkest Hour: The end of Episode 46: George turns himself into an Oshimada and freezes time, leading Ristoru and Bishin to kidnap Hugtan.
    • If you can believe it in Episode 47, it gets worse. Though Ristoru and Bishin are purified, George then traps the cast in toge-power made trees and cages before taking out his former staff and the other Cures besides Hana with ease before challenging Hana to a final battle.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Episode 15 focuses entirely on Emiru and Ruru, with a few cameo appearances from the main trio.
  • Debut Queue: Averted with Cure Étoile, who doesn't join the group in Episode 3; she has to wait until Episode 5.
  • Delayed Reaction: It takes a few seconds for the girls to realize Hugtan has just said Homare's name in episode 15, then a few more to process this until she calls for "Homae" again.
  • Deus ex Machina: This is essentially how Cure Amour and Cure MaCherie came to be in Episode 20. With Cure Yell being put on the ropes against Pappuru's Monster of the Week, Ruru and Emiru are constantly pleading for a miracle so that they can both become Pretty Cures together... only for the golden spirit seen in the intro show up (with no dialogue or buildup whatsoever), split the one remaining PreHeart into two identical copies and leave, giving them both the ability to transform and save the day.
  • The Diaper Change: The series has many instances of this, done with the sole intent of promoting one of the toys made for the show:
    • Episode 2 contains a scene where Hana learns to change Hugtan.
    • Episode 3 has Harry try to change Hugtan's diaper to improve her mood. It doesn't work.
    • In episode 9, Hana changes Hugtan's diaper during her hike with Emiru.
    • In episode 14, this happens twice: once with Chii-chan, and a second time with Seitarou, the latter being employed as a method by Cure Yell to calm him down.
    • In episode 22, during Emiru and Ruru's argument, Hugtan is taken out of the room to have a diaper change because she is being fussy.
    • Happens twice in the Non-Serial Movie: during the opening credits when Hugtan poops in her diaper at the picnic and a second time after Hugtan plays hide and seek.
  • Distant Finale: The last several minutes of the finale take place in 2030 (about 11 years after the show's events) and takes a peek into what the main human characters are doing as adults.
  • "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: Rie Hikisaka, Rina Hon'izumi, and Yui Ogura, the voices of Cure Yell, Cure Ange, and Cure Étoile, respectively, join together to sing the ending song. The second ending brings in Cures Amour and Ma'Cherie's.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: The over all imagery of Pappuru climbing to the top of the building, along with hallucinations of her boyfriend giving chase to stop her, and the fact that she triggered her transformation by "stabbing" herself can make one think that she was about to commit suicide.
  • Dramedy: For every character's personal Running Gag like Harry's "I am not a mouse!", Hana's "Big Shock!" note , or anytime Ruru's being The Comically Serious; each of them has also been the centerpiece of a major Wham Episode whose effects on the narrative have largely permeated throughout the series or otherwise have shown darker and deeper implications.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Much like Cure Whip appearing in Maho Girls before her, Cure Yell makes an appearance in KiraKira's final episode. Hugtan also appears with her.
  • End of an Age: The last PreCure installment to be fully aired during the Heisei period, with the succeeding show will transition from the last days of Heisei up to the Reiwa period, the next era of Japanese history.
  • Evil, Inc.: The villains model their headquarters into a corporation-like organization named the Criasu Corpotation.
  • Evolving Credits: A few episodes after Ruru and Emiru become Cures, the opening updates some of its scenes to include them. The villain lineup is also overhauled to account for some Heel Face Turns.
  • Flower Motifs: The beginning of the opening has Hugtan surrounded by one flower type for each Cure.
  • For Want of a Nail: According to an interview with Kawamura in the January 2019 issue of Animage, Hana from the future where George and Hugtan came from never transferred schools. Because she never met Saaya or Homare and was stuck in such a hostile environment, Hana saw no reason to better herself at all. This also meant that Emiru and Masato would still be living under the oppressive mentality of their grandfather, Saaya would be pressured by the high expectations set by her mother, and Homare would've remained a delinquent or worse.
  • Formula-Breaking Episode: Episode 15 focuses more on developing a friendship between Ruru and Emiru as opposed to focusing on Hana's group. Though previous episodes had comedic moments, this episodes seems to have a funny moment, gag facial expression, etc. every other scene.
  • The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: Bishin's version of the Negative Wave has them covering the screen in darkness and then ripping it apart to look straight at the viewers.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: After last year had to take a break from it, this season marks the return of the hand-to-hand combat and violent fight scenes that Pretty Cure is famous for. Cure Yell's cameo in the last episode of KiraKira showcased this.
  • Gotta Catch Them All: The goal of the Cures is to collect the Mirai Crystals before the villains do.
  • Go-to-Sleep Ending: When Ruru makes herself part of Hana's family in episode 13, she and Hana turn in at the end and end up sharing the same bed.
    • This happens again at the end of episode 34, this time involving Hana and Kotori.
  • Graceful Landing, Clumsy Landing: In the Crisis Crossover Episode, Cure Yell and Cure Dream stick the landing after defeating an Oshimaida. On the other hand, Cure Happy falls flat on her face.
  • Gratuitous French: Cure Ange, Étoile, MaCherie and Amour's names, meaning "angel", "star", "my dear", and "love" respectively.
    • Henri further adds that "Yell" could be heard as "Aile" (wing) in French.
  • Homage: One episode feels like a love letter to Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live, given the magical skating focus, Étoile doing what basically amounts to a Prism Jump, and the antagonist of the week acting as a sendup of the male rivals.
  • In Spite of a Nail: In the finale, we are shown a man, whose face is never seen, running, presumably to see Hana after she's given birth, while carrying a bouquet with the very same type of flowers George is associated with. While it's not actually stated whether he and Hana still got married, a good portion of the viewers have chosen to interpret it as such.
  • Interspecies Romance: Mogumogu, a dog, ends up falling in love a cat called Lily. Despite Ruru pointing out the biological impossibility, the gang still tried to help him get close to her.
  • Make Way for the New Villains: With much of the original villains defeated, a new villain lineup is created mid-way through the series. This hits hard for Daigan who doesn't get much of a chance to do anything, to make way for Dr. Traum.
  • Monster of the Week: The Oshimaida, beings created from the negative energies of other people, are the main enemies for this season.
  • Mythology Gag: Being the 15th anniversary season, this trope has its' own page.
  • Nonuniform Uniform: At the school the Cures attend, the only real pieces of the dress code that are consistent among all of the students are a red tie with a white "X" on it, a silver badge somewhere on the attaire although usually on one side of their collar, and generally coordinate all other items of clothing to the same color theme. There's otherwise a large variety in the jackets, skirts, etc. that the students wear.
  • Parental Bonus: Ripe with this, what with the references and outright jabs at Japan's corporate culture.
    • Criasu being a literal 'black company' (in real life: a company that overworks its workers, with no overtime pay, or benefits, and/or other grueling conditions) will cause some shudders of remembrance to anyone who has been a corporate drone in Japan.
    • Baddies complaining they will have to file incident reports for losing a fight, having to file a purchase order and get it approved by a superior to materialize a monster, a member of the Quirky Miniboss Squad ranting about one of them not respecting the principle of "hourensou" (Report/Communication/Discussion) and concealing his messes.
    • Monsters of the week uttering "Yamesasetemoraimasu" (basically "I'm turning in my resignation") with a relieved expression will also fill parents with glee, this being the one line someone who has worked a shitty job WANTS to say to their boss (if it isn't Take This Job and Shove It).
    • A darker, more specific example comes from Episode 22. Papple discovers Jelos in the bed where her "lover", George, usually is. It's all but outright implied that, after Papple's multiple failures to get Toge power, with Jelos taking over her position in the company, that George had no use for her and moved on to Jelos instead. Once again, a kid's show manages to sneak a cuckolding metaphor past the radar.
  • Product-Promotion Parade: This series seems to use this trope more than other Pretty Cure series. Aside from the standard "promoting henshin and attack items" episodes, there were the following:
    • If any character references Hugtan needing a certain sort of care (diapers, being carried in a baby carrier, some of her outfits), it's a reference to an actual product Bandai made for the Hugtan doll. It got to the point where some of these items were snuck into the script without having no plot relavance whatsoever.
    • The pink Melody Tamborine is used not just as the ending theme item, but as a toy for Hugtan, and the purple one is used during Twin Love's idol lives.
    • Episode 22 was probably a major example of this. Aside from the debut of the Twin Love Guitar and the appearances of Nagisa and Honoka, who got new dolls to promote the 15th anniversary, Hugtan has a diaper change scene and the girls make friendship bracelets to remind viewers to buy those items along with the ones the main episode promoted.
    • Episode 26 contains a scene in which the girls imagine Hana in various outfits, done in the style of Sun-Star's dress up stickers that were being sold at the time.
    • Episode 30 had the Cures recall past memories by using the Mirai Pad, since when you attach the Memorial Cure Clock and the Cheerful Attack Crystal to the Mirai Pad, a sequence showing memories of mini-games you've played in the past occurs, with a date for each one (or if you didn't play any of the ones shown, it is left blank).
    • Another 2-in-1 product promotion happens in episode 37, where the aformentioned friendship bracelets turn into the Mirai Brace.
  • Real Men Wear Pink / Wholesome Crossdresser: Henri Wakamiya, Homare's childhood friend, enjoys wearing feminine dresses, and he doesn't seem to mind wearing one in his Cure Form, Cure Infini.
  • Real-Place Background: The gang visits Saaya’s mother at the Ohei Company studios. The entrance where the gang go into is a recreation of the entrance of the actual Toei Company studios.
  • Retail Riot: In episode 15, Ruru was sent to the store that was having a sale on eggs for the first 20 customers. But she had to outrun a bunch of frantic women in order to get to them.
  • Safety Freak: Emiru Aisaki is introduced as one of these, obsessed with protecting people from ever more improbable potential accidents whether they want it or not. She mostly grows out of this after gaining her Precure powers.
  • Screaming Birth: In the Distant Finale, Hana giving birth to Hugtan (aka Hagumi) is depicted as this, with Hana screaming almost all the way through.
  • Shout-Out:
  • Sixth Ranger: As per usual, but an interesting take is used here since it introduced two new Pretty Cures at the same time.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Emiru and Ruru, from Episodes 18 to 22, was solely focused almost entirely on them, with the main trio playing second fiddle to their Character Development until episode 23, with Saya and Homare even missing out on some of the action.
  • Terminator Twosome: We have the good time travelers, Hugtan and Harry, and the evil time travelers, The Criasu Corp., both traveling to the same time period to fight for the future's fate.
  • Theme Tuneless Episode: The final episode does not open with the regular theme song, but it does play over the last scene.
  • Those Two Guys: Two girls in the Cures' class, Junna and Aki, are always seen together and provide exposition for Hana.
  • Three Plus Two: The Team starts with the trio of Hana, Saaya, and Homare. After Episode 20, Ruru and Emiru join them, expanding the group to a team of five.
  • Time Crash: Criasu plans to destroy the future by stopping time in the present, thus preventing the future from ever coming to pass.
  • Toilet Humor: Being that this series involves a baby, this is bound to happen.
    • In Episode 14, Cure Yell is more interested in changing Seitarou's diaper than fighting. She even says to the other Cures "I'm sorry! I just have to change this diaper!"
    • In the Non-Serial Movie, this happens twice:
      • Hugtan randomly yells "Poopie!" during the picnic at the beginning, disgusting the girls.
      • During a game of hide and seek, Hugtan says that she peed in her diaper, causing Harry to get frantic because he left the diaper bag behind.
  • Transformation Trinket: As per usual, but with a twist: only four trinkets are available initially. The fifth one is created via the Deus ex Machina explained above due to Emiru and Ruru's strong desire to become Precures together.
  • The Voiceless: Only a handful of the Cures actually get to speak when all 50+ of them appear on screen to fight Dr. Traum. This can be especially jarring when they're often paired such that a Cure with a speaking voice seems to be talking for the ones who don't.
  • Wham Episode:
    • Episode 10, possibly the earliest one in the franchise's history. Hana loses the abiity to transform due to having low confidence in herself, and the Monster of the Week takes advantage of this by nearly killing Hana and Harry. Hugtan then shows off a new purification power she never showed before, only for her to exert herself so bad that she goes comatose, with the episode ending Hana and her friends cry out in desperation to try and wake her up. Holy shit.
    • Episode 11 shows what happens when you fail at Criasu: Charaleet is forcefully turned into a new kind of Oshimaida and is in immense pain as a result. If it weren't for Hana realizing that he was in pain, she almost would have killed him with the Melody Sword.
    • Episode 21: Hugtan summons Cure Black and Cure White, the first time major seasons of Precure have crossed over with each other outside of the All Star movies and the OVA.
    • Episode 25: Harry was experimented on during his time in Criasu, and his chain necklace is actually a Power Limiter to keep his monstrous form in check. A close look at Harry's flashback reveals the younger fairies under his care may have been similarly experimented on and joined the company fully (explaining why Bicine treats Harry like a close friend and doesn't accept his rejection), which is confirmed in episode 32.
    • Episode 40: The events in the Bad Future that led up to the beginning of the story are shown in full, with reveals for Hugtan's true form and the goddess that split Ruru and Emiru's Future Pacts. The end also has a Wham Line when the girls realize Ruru will have to go back to the future along with Harry and Hugtan, which Emiru does not take well.
    • Episode 42: Henri Wakamiya transforms into Cure Infini, making him the first official male Cure in the franchise.
    • Episode 46: George is heavily implied to have been in a relationship with adult Hana in the future. He also tells Hana that time stopped because humanity didn't evolve and instead, released large amounts of toge-power. At the end of the episode, George freezes the present on New Year's Day, kidnaps Hugtan, and sends his two final henchmen to fight the Pretty Cure.
  • Wham Line: See examples here.
  • "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue: Episode 49 shows the Cure's future careers, some of the side characters, and even their timeline's versions of the villains.
    • Hana is the CEO of a successful company and gave birth to Hagumi - aka Hugtan.
    • Saaya became an OB/GYN and is the one overseeing Hagumi's birth. Daigan is also shown to work at the same hospital.
    • Homare became a professional figure skater.
    • Emiru became a major investor to her timeline's Dr. Traum, and is one of the first to meet her timeline's Ruru.
    • Harry, Listol, and Bishin are shown happily sleeping near Mogumogu and Lily, implying Homare did something to save Hariham village.
    • Ranze became an actress and is shown accepting an award from Reira.
    • Kotori became a coach and is seen overseeing a cheer squad.
    • Henri becomes a model and is seen showcasing at an ice-skating rink, with Masato looking on from the audience.
    • Tanpopo House is continuing to thrive.
    • Junna and Aki have become newscasters together.
    • Fumito is Hana's secretary, while Hinase joined a band.
    • Jeros, Charareet, Takumi, and Jinjin are seen as small children, with Jeros declaring her goal to run a major company like Hana's.
    • It's never said what Pappuru is doing, but she runs into Homare at the airport and is implied to be doing well.
    • It's implied that Hana did marry her timeline's Kurai, as a man with a bouquet of Kurai's signature flowers runs to the hospital.

Alternative Title(s): Hugtto Precure, Hug Pretty Cure


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