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These are all the Jewelpets of the Magical Blue class. See here for the hub character sheet and here for the franchise page.

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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 Sunshine and by the Red Moon in Happiness.
    • 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.
  • Cool Crown: Wields one in the movie's climax.
  • Cute Bookworm: Is the cute, quiet puppy a bookworm? Yes she is, yes she is!
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: 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.
  • 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.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: 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.
  • Rod And Reel Repurposed: In Kira Deco, she uses a fishing rod to fetch the books that her customers request.
  • Sadist Teacher: She becomes this in episode 35 of Happiness after the Red Moon brainwashes her; she marks everyone as absent, scratches the chalkboard on purpose and forces people to break the school rules so she can punish them.
  • 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: You Gotta Have Blue Ears, in fact.


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.

  • Ascended Extra: Luna has never been a very important character; the most that she gets is one episode focused on her. But in Magical Change, she's a main character.
  • Combat Commentator: Twinkle.
  • Demoted to Extra: In Twinkle. In Sunshine and Kira Deco she at least got focus for one or two episodes.
  • Era-Specific Personality: Artsy in the first series, non-descript in Twinkle, jerkass in Sunshine and royalty in Kira Deco.
  • The Fashionista: First series.
  • Graceful Loser: Sunshine. She acknowledges that her dark feelings partially caused her defeat and pleads with Jewelina to give Labra another chance, since she had saved her.
  • Gratuitous French: First series.
  • Hair Decorations: A blue bow.
  • Image Song: See Peridot.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: Made of moonstone.
  • Interspecies Adoption: Adopted by Rald in Kira Deco.
  • Jerkass: Sunshine. She gets better after Labra saves her life.
  • Lunacy
  • Meaningful Name: Luna's name means moon and her jewel is moonstone. Kira Deco even connects her with the moon.
  • The Makeover: Believe it or not, this is her whole power.
  • Meganekko: Wears glasses in Magical Change; her human form too.
  • Moon Rabbit: Of course Japan would make the moonstone Jewelpet a rabbit. Kira Deco takes this association to make her the Jewel Land version of Princess Kaguya, who was from the moon.
  • Palette Swap: Chiari confuses her with Ruby in her Happiness introduction, although they are by no means the only example.
  • Pillars of Moral Character: Presents On in Sunshine. Labra saved her life so she forfeits her chance to become Jewelina's apprentice and begs her to take in Labra.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: In MC she's portrayed as the smart one of the group, and is thus given glasses as a visual shorthand.
  • Those Two Girls: With Milky.
  • Verbal Tic: ~Dana!
  • When the Clock Strikes Twelve: Her magic in the first series lasts until midnight of the same day it was cast in.


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 allies, 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, 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.
  • Adaptational Villainy: Kira Deco.
  • 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.
  • 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: She has a yellow horn and pretty wings.
  • 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 Blue Hair: She has a light blue coat and a purple mane.


Voiced by: MAKO
The Jewelpet of 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 and a delinquent. She rooms with one of Kanon's friends Kaede, but is part of Shouko's circle, and is in a relationship with the mosquito 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.

In Happiness, Charotte watches over the Jewel Academy's grounds at night in exchange for honey from Jewelina. She enjoys a detective show. In episode 10, she bonds with Mu-chan while helping with Marie's predicament and forms a Magic Gem with her.
Later in episode 30, she learns the true meaning of Halloween and creates her second Magic Gem with a nameless little girl who's thankful to her.


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 goes to a group date and notices 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.

In Happiness episode 41, he makes ice art with his magic. He has been searching for a motherly Jewelpet who took care of him when he was a pup. When he discovers that 'she' was actually a young Taira in a fuzzy outfit, he becomes upset and the Red Moon possesses him; he turns into a compulsive liar and corrupts everyone except Taira, Ruby and Chiari. Taira saves him and they form a Magic Gem.


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 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.

In Happiness episode 38, Amelie helps set up a Christmas party at the Café, but she keeps messing up and becomes afraid that she'll be yelled at; the Red Moon possesses her based on her insecurity. After Nene and Mouri reassure her, she snaps out of it and creates a Magic Gem with them.


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 unseen side 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 allies, though only by his association with Opal, whom Io adores and serves; Io despises Coal for taking away Opal's attention. Ironically, he develops a crush on Coal's teacher alter-ego Coarumi.

In Happiness episode 31, Io becomes Nobara's surrogate dog half-against his wishes and their bond yields a Magic Gem. He had previously appeared in the ping-pong tournament in episode 18, where Marie teamed up with him in hopes of making a Gem.


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 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.

  • The Ace: Twinkle, with Hilde.
  • Alpha Bitch: When she became corrupted by Dian's magic in the first series.
  • Berserk Button: Kira Deco. She can't stand people who show disrespect for clothes, and beats Ruby up pretty badly when she tries to clean the floor with her own t-shirt.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: By Dian in the first series.
  • Dark Is Evil: Her corrupted form in the first series.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Kira Deco.
  • Demoted to Extra: Minor character in Twinkle and Sunshine. Doesn't even appear in Happiness outside of a magazine ad.
  • Fashion Designer: In Kira Deco, she's a moody genius of a fashion designer who makes clothes for Pink after Ruby does her a favor. All the outfits Pink wears after ep. 12 come from her.
  • Fetch Quest: In Kira Deco, she sends Ruby to fetch Flora's wool as a condition for making clothes for Pink.
  • Furry Female Mane: Even if Yorkies have long-ish fur, you could not style it to look like a long hairdo, like what Topaz has.
  • Hair Decorations: Her bow.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Kira Deco.
  • Multicolored Hair: Brown and black fur.
  • Purple Eyes: Made of topazes.
  • Shopkeeper: Kira Deco.
  • The Stoic: Kira Deco.
    • Not So Stoic: She doesn't hide her surprise when Ruby brings her Flora's wool.
  • The Worf Effect: In Twinkle, she is the favorite to win the Grand Prix, with her partner Hilde. However, they both lose against the mysterious Laiya, setting her up as a dangerous opponent for Akari and co..


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.

  • Magic Idol Singer: Larimar uses her human form to become an idol in MC; most of her episodes revolve around this subplot.
  • 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's hinted to do in Lady.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her human form.


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