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    Aida family - Kentarou Aida (Father), Ayumi Aida (Mother), Soukichi Bando (Grandfather), Isuzu Bando (Grandmother) 

Voiced by: Nobuaki Kanemitsu (Kentarou), Harumi Ueda (Ayumi), Akihiko Ishizumi (Soukichi), Kazuko Sugiyama (Isuzu)

Mana's family. They run a restaurant called "Pig's Tail". For more tropes related to Isuzu, see Movie Characters section.

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    Hishikawa family - Yuuzou Hishikawa (Father) and Ryouko Hishikawa (Mother) 

Voiced by: Takeshi Maeda (Yuuzou), Atsuko Yuu (Ryouko)

Rikka's family. Yuuzou is a photographer, and Ryouko is a doctor.

Tropes associated with Hishikawa family:

    Yotsuba family - Seiji Yotsuba (Father), Shouko Yotsuba (Mother), Ichirou Yotsuba (Grandfather), Hiromichi Yotsuba (Elder Brother) 

Voiced by: Hidetoshi Nakamura (Seiji), Mugihito (Ichirou)

Alice's family. Seiji is Yotsuba Corporation's CEO, Ichirou trained Alice in martial arts, and Alice's mother, named Shouko, is an opera singer. The Complete Book reveals yet another member of Yotsuba family: Alice's older brother Hiromichi.

Tropes associated with Yotsuba family:

    Mari Madoka 

Voiced by: Jun Karasawa

Aguri's foster grandmother. She's an instructor of tea ceremony.

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    Takuya Nikaidou 

Voiced by: Takuya Sato

One of Mana's classmates.

Tropes associated with Nikaidou:

  • Character Development: While Episode 32 shows that he cares about Mana, he still acts like a jerk around her. However, in the movie, Mana herself tells him to be honest to himself and express his feelings properly. The next time we see him (in meta sense, since the movie happened before the finale), he does exactly so. He's noticeably a lot calmer, too.
  • Childhood Friends: Mana's, according to the movie.
  • First-Name Basis: Calls Mana with "Mana" in Episode 3 (during Rikka's flashback), 48, and 49. This is significant because he's the first non-Cures non-relatives to do so, and most of the time he always avoids to refer her beyond using "you".
  • Hidden Depths: Seemed like a typical delinquent at first. Later, he showed a great leadership and problem-solving skills. Not to mention he really cares of Mana.
  • I Will Wait for You: He chooses to stay in the ruined Oogai Town and watches the Cures fighting Proto Jikochuu during the final battle.
  • Japanese Delinquents: Wears his uniform improperly? Check. Likes to pick up fights with other boys, even those who are from another school? Check. Called "Bro"note  by his loyal best friend? Check.
  • Jerkass: He flat out insults Mana in Episode 2. In the movie, he almost crosses the line by saying that nobody would marry Mana. Of course, this is just an act.
  • Luminescent Blush: In the movie, he did it three times in succession. Once after Rikka managed to blow up his act, once when Mana took his hand to draw her Heart Mark charm, and finally when Mana asked him about his crush.
  • Nerves of Steel: In Episode 32, he steps in front of the Selfish to protect the campfire without any hesitations. In the final episode, he keeps watching the Cures fight even though everyone else had evacuated.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: A minor one in episode 32, in which he becomes very unmotivated after knowing Mana's condition. And a major one during the finale, in which he is the only one who thinks calmly after Mana's Accidental Public Confession and starts calling Mana's name on regular basis.
  • Say My Name: In the finale, he sure says Mana's name a lot.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Manly Man to Momota's Sensitive Guy.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: In the movie.
    Rikka: "You know, when boys like someone, they like to tease them on purpose."
    Nikaidou: *blushes*
    Momota: "Is that so?"
    Nikaidou: "I-Idiot! Who would like her anyway!?"
  • Unresolved Sexual Tension: The last few episodes made it very obvious that he loves Mana. But he never confessed to her. Ever.
  • Walking Spoiler: It's hard to talk about him without bringing up his crush on Mana, which was implied but not even elaborated upon until the Non-Serial Movie.

    Tsubasa Momota 

Voiced by: Tsubasa Sakurai

One of Mana's classmates.

Tropes associated with Momota:

  • Nice Guy: Unlike Nikaidou, he never speaks ill of Mana.
  • Undying Loyalty: He's been around Nikaidou since their childhood time. And then there's him following Nikaidou to stay in the ruined Oogai town.
  • Verbal Tic: Usually ends his sentence with "-ssu".

    Chihiro Yashima 

Voiced by: Chihiro Ikki

One of Mana's classmates.

Tropes associated with Yashima:

  • Brutal Honesty: Yes, she has a boyfriend. Rachel took it badly when he learned the truth. At least, at first.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: She appears in the first episode as the girl who got sick during the bus trip. She reappears as Rachel's crush.
  • First-Name Basis: Even though she calls Mana "Pres" like other students, she also calls Rikka by her first name in Episode 36.
  • Hidden Depths: Initially is known as a sickly girl, she turns out to be a nice girl who cares a lot for the environment.
  • Walking Spoiler: After Episode 36, it's hard to talk about her without mentioning Rachel's crush on her.

    Hiroshi Juujou 

Voiced by: Shuusaku Shirakawa

One of Mana's classmates and the Oogai Middle School Student Council's Vice President.

Tropes associated with with Juujou:

  • Foreshadowing: He was frequently seen walking to and working at Student Council room before he got properly introduced as the Vice President later in the series.
  • Hyper-Competent Sidekick: Subverted. Unlike fellow Vice President Reika, he's next to useless when it comes to leadership. But for mundane tasks, he's really competent. Although he needs Charle and Makoto's help sometimes.
  • Meaningful Name/Punny Name: His full name literally means "Ten List Professor". It was first shown in a scene that shows the Top Ten students list, and because he has the best grade, it's placed at the top of the list. In other words, he is the smartest person, the "professor" of the Top Ten students list.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: He wears glasses and is one of the smartest students in his year; at one point he outranks even Rikka.

    Jun Saotome 

Voiced by: Chihiro Suzuki

A freshman who admires Mana.

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    Reina Itsusuboshi 

Voiced by: Hyo-sei

Alice's friend and the heiress of Itsusuboshi Group.

Tropes associated with Reina:

    Haruna Mori 

Voiced by: Yuka Terasaki

Makoto's rival idol.

Tropes associated with Haruna:

    Eru Morimoto 

Voiced by: Satomi Moriya

Aguri's friend and classmate.

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Movie Characters


Voiced by: Shosuke Tanihara

A mysterious man that claims to be the King of the Land of Memories. He invades Oogai Town and traps its people in movies made from their memories. He seems to have a grudge against Mana. He's actually Mana's deceased pet dog, Mallow.

Tropes associated with Marsh:

    Purple Buggy, Silver Clock, and Mannequin Carmine 

Voiced by: Hisao Egawa (Buggy), Minoru Inaba (Clock) and Mayumi Asano (Carmine)

Marsh's minions, made from objects that were discarded and forgotten by their owners. They were originally a car, a clock, and a mannequin.

Tropes associated with Purple Buggy, Silver Clock and Mannequin Carmine:

  • Animate Inanimate Object: They're monsters created from discarded junk.
  • Fusion Dance: Buggy and Clock combine into one being, while Carmine absorbs a number of mannequins to take a One-Winged Angel form.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Silver Clock seems to use dagger-like clock-hands as a weapon.
  • It Only Works Once: In her first battle with Buggy, Rikka uses ice powers to cause him to crash. In her second battle, Buggy grows Spiked Wheels to move on the ice.
  • Spiked Wheels: Buggy's wheel sprouts spikes during his second conflict with Rikka.
  • Taking You with Me: The battle against Carmine ends when she violently self-destructs to knock out her opponents.
  • Terrible Trio: They are a trio of dangerous monsters under March's command.
  • This Is a Drill: Carmine can perform drill attacks with her arms after entering her giant form.


Voiced by: Kazuko Sugiyama

The movie's mascot character. A mysterious fairy who follows Marsh in order to stop him. The end of the movie reveals that she's apparently is Mana's deceased grandmother.

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Voiced by: Masaru Ikeda

The true villain of the movie. A manifestation of the memories of forgotten beings.

Tropes associated with Clarinet:

  • Animate Inanimate Object: An evil talking clarinet.
  • As Long as There Is Evil: He claims that he is invincible as long as people who forget about discarded things exist. Mana proves him wrong in one hit.
  • The Dog Was the Mastermind: You thought the evil clarinet-playing wizard was the main antagonist? Nope, it turns out to be the clarinet itself. Ironically, he was masterminding a dog.
  • No-Sell: Lovely Straight Flush proves ineffective against him.