Voiced by: Aki Toyosaki
The Jewelpet of Solace, Angela is a light pink alpaca with a white face and ears, who wears two flower garlands on her ears and a blue jewel necklace with angel wings. Angela is friendly and laid-back, but you don't want to get on her bad side. Her birthday is on March 30 and her name is based on the mineral anhydrite.
Formally debuting in the last episode of Twinkle (though she was seen in flashbacks previously), Angela was one of Fealina's Jewelpet partners alongside Opal, who once used their powers to seal the Battest. However, she died with Fealina to do so, reverting into a Jewel Charm before the events of the anime began.
In Sunshine, she is a student of Sunshine Academy's Plum class. She's lazy and easy-going. She shares a room wih Labra and carries her around on her back. She was incapable of speaking until episode 12. She bonds with Shouko throughout the season with her ability to turn into a motorcycle.
In Kira Deco, she and Labra are patrol officers in Jewel Town. She takes care of both her and Midori and has a rocky relationship with Retsu.
In Happiness, she accompanies Ruby in her mission to run the Jewel Cafe. She works as a waitress. Despite going at her own pace, she is strong willed and looks after both Labra and Rosa.
- Anger Born of Worry: This chill alpaca slaps Labra for endangering herself in episode 33-B of Sunshine.
- Berserk Button: Ruining her meals, waking her up from a nap and harming Labra.
- Beware the Nice Ones: She's very frightening if she gets pissed.
- The Big Girl: Has this position in the mascots' dynamic, being dim-witted and doing all the heavy labour such as pulling carts. She is also the largest of the mascots.
- Birds of a Feather: With Flora in Sunshine. Their relationship can be summed up as "you are woolly like me so let's be friends".
- Breakout Character: She was introduced in Twinkle and became a main character in Sunshine.
- Burning with Anger: Literally in Kira Deco (as she turns on her fire powers when angry), though it also happens figuratively in Sunshine (when Labra accidentaly shaves off some of her wool).
- The Chosen One: One of the Wise Ones in Sunshine.
- Cool Big Sis: She has a penchant for looking out after the young, most obviously Labra and Rosa, who adore her in return.
- Cool Crown: Wields one in the movie's climax.
- Demoted to Extra: She's a main character from Sunshine to Happiness. In Lady, she's quite minor and isn't even a Mentor.
- Dogged Nice Girl: Acts this way to Takumi in Happiness, insisting in being with him despite him constantly giving her the cold shoulder.
- Dull Eyes of Unhappiness: In an episode of Happiness, Labra and Rosa seem to enjoy riding a dragon better than her, and Angela reacts in this way. Another major example is when Takumi gets possessed by the Red Moon and goes around letting other girls pet him.
- Dumb Is Good: Slow-witted, mostly thinks about food and the younger characters' safety.
- Everything's Better with Llamas: Actually an alpaca, but still...
- Everything's Better with Sparkles: Kira Deco.
- Expy: Looks almost exactly like Piano from Onegai My Melody, even though they're different species.
- Friend on the Force: To the Kira Deco 5, after misundertandings are cleared up.
- Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: She kicks Labra in episode 41 of Sunshine when the latter is in despair over not being able to release Luna from the magic mirror.
- Hair Decorations: Two flower garlands.
- Heavy Sleeper
- Innocent Blue Eyes: Made of anhydrites. However, she's a Magical Green Jewelpet, leading to...
- Green Is Blue: Even though her eyes are blue, she's in the Magical Green class.
- Inspector Javert: Kira Deco, towards Retsu.
- Last Episode, New Character: Twinkle.
- The Marvelous Deer: Parodies it in episode 35 of Kira Deco.
- Meddlesome Patrolman: Kira Deco.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: See Troll. She also comes off as the rational one compared to Retsu.
- Playing with Fire: Kira Deco, at least when she's pissed.
- Police Brutality: Employs this a lot in Kira Deco.
- Posthumous Character: Though she debuts in Twinkle, she's actually dead since before the start of the season.
- The Quiet One: She doesn't say full sentences nearly as frequently as the others.
- Robe and Wizard Hat: Her Puroland version. Also seen in episode 40 of Kira Deco and episode 25 of Happiness.
- Slept Through the Apocalypse: In episode 35 of Kira Deco, she's asleep while Dian imprisons the inhabitants of Jewel Town in cards.
- Spin Attack: She loves using this in Kira Deco, and combines it with her fire powers for maximum damage.
- Strapped to an Operating Table: In episode 12 of Sunshine, by Kurara, who wants to use her magic.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: With Retsu in episode 35 for the sake of Labra. Though it's one-sided as Retsu is enthusiastic about it.
- 10-Minute Retirement: A bad accident in the Moto GP causes her to go into this.
- Those Two Girls: With Labra as of Sunshine. Turns into a Power Trio with the addition of Rosa in Happiness.
- Troll: The first few episodes after she starts talking in Sunshine, she seems to enjoy screwing with people's heads by suddenly talking and then reverting to 'paca-paca' when they ask if she just talked.
- The Unintelligible: Until episode 12 of Sunshine, she could only say "paca"; after, she can speak like any other Jewelpet, but usually chooses not to.
- It's back in Lady, but the Jewel Pod's translator bypasses it.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Retsu in Kira Deco.
- Walking the Earth: Ending of Twinkle.
Voiced by: Yuki Kaida
Debuts in episode 12 of the first series. She's popular, energetic and an English speaker. She's also one of the owners of the "Strawberry Cafe" in both Jewel Land and on Earth along with Milky and Luna.
In Twinkle, she's a Jewelpet who has the ability to see through someone's dreams, shown when she noticed Akari's hesitation towards her dreams. She sometimes hangs out with Akari and her friends and has a big sister attitude towards Rald.
In Sunshine, she's a student of the Plum class and has a passion for sports. She rooms with Hinata, who she tries to convince to be more active. She likes taking pictures and works for the Academy's newspaper group.
In Kira Deco, Peridot is a passionate Jewelpet who has a knack for adventure. She flies a plane and can also fly using her ears.
In Happiness, Peridot works as a fortune teller and Ayame's babysitter in her search for a Magic Gem. As she is having financial troubles, Ruby and co. have her manage the Café's van. She forms a Magic Gem with Ayame after the latter helps her make a pudding that'll make the Café stand out.
In episode 36, she helps with returning the baby-fied Jewelina back to normal and forms her 2nd Magic Gem, completing the 2nd stage of the Jewel Box.
- Action Girl / Cute Bruiser: If a Jewelpet can kick ass without the aid of magic, it has to be her.
- Camera Fiend: Sunshine, given a nod in the movie.
- Catchphrase: Sunshine, "How about a picture?" *click, flash*
- The Chosen One: One of the Wise Ones in Sunshine.
- Clap Your Hands If You Believe: In the first series, her magic depends on the support of the people around her.
- Cool Big Sis: Twinkle, to Labra and Rald.
- Ear Wings: Twinkle, Kira Deco and the movie. Although in Kira Deco, she prefers her biplane.
- Era-Specific Personality: Most seasons depict her as passionate and outgoing. The exception is Twinkle, where she plays a cooler, more mentor-type role to Akari and various Jewelpets.
- Fortune Teller: Happiness.
- Genki Girl: Everywhere but Twinkle. Taken to extremes in Sunshine, where she tends to laugh even in the face of danger.
- Gratuitous English: She puts a lot of random English words in her speech.
- Hair Decorations: A green butterfly hairclip.
- Hot-Blooded: Sunshine and Kira Deco.
- In Harm's Way: Kira Deco, where she's an adventurer.
- Large Ham
- Image Song: "Strawberry Time" for the first series, shared with Luna and Milky. It's used as an Insert Song in episode 37.
- Mentor Archetype: Twinkle, even if only for one episode. Which is ironic as the OVA reveals that she only starts studying magic after the main characters.
- Passionate Sports Girl: Sunshine.
- Pretty Butterflies: Her motif.
- Playing with Fire: Her signature figure skating move in Sunshine. She uses this to destroy the Dark Magic clouds.
- Robe and Wizard Hat: Some of Yamaguchi's illustrations of Peridot gave her a matching green one.
- School Newspaper News Hound: Sunshine, along with Junko Mihara. Bonus points for being an actual dog.
- Self-Imposed Challenge: She deliberately avoids using her Ear Wings in Kira Deco, because she finds it fun to overcome obstacles the hard way.
- Series Mascot: Zig-zagged. She seems to be featured prominently in the toys, but she's overshadowed by the six above her in the anime.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: The tomboy to Hinata's girly girl.
- As well as to Ruby in Kira Deco; whereas Peridot has been into adventure since she was a kid, the same is said of Ruby about decoration.
- Verbal Tic: "YEAH!" (First series only.)
- "-desu!" in Kira Deco.
- You Gotta Have Green Ears
Voiced by: Keiko Utsumi (First series and Sunshine onwards), Ayana Taketatsu (Twinkle)
Debuting in episode 13 of the first series, Milky removes Chie's curse. She later becomes one of the owners of the Strawberry Café along with Peridot and Luna. She's easily frightened and speaks with a Tohoku dialect.
In Twinkle, she and Luna are Halite's partners and do chores around the Magic Academy. They serve as commentators in the Jewel Star Grand Prix.
In Sunshine, she is in the Rose class. She competes against Peridot in ice-skating for one episode, under the sponsorship of King and his goons, though she's in good terms with Peridot.
She appears in episode 42 of Kira Deco. She calls herself a messiah and warns people about the end of the world as prophesized by Tonzuradamus. She carries around a sweet potato-selling stand which has supernatural powers that help her avert the prophecies.
- Combat Commentator: Twinkle.
- Demoted to Extra: Twinkle and onwards.
- The End Is Nigh: Kira Deco.
- Friendly Rival: Sunshine, to Peridot.
- Fluffy Tamer: Happiness. She has been taking care of a dragon since he was an egg.
- Image Song: See Peridot.
- Nice Hat: Her frilly cap.
- One-Book Author: Keiko Utsumi's only major role. Besides it, she has only done background characters in a handful of other anime.
- Prone to Tears: Cries easily (usually from fear) in the first series.
- Shrinking Violet
- Shy Blue-Haired Girl: First series.
- Those Two Girls: With Luna.
- Tohoku Regional Accent: Has it in the first season at least.
- Verbal Tic: "~desu!"
Voiced by: Aki Kanada
- "[The right future] means knowing what you should do during the present time. Piling up our present days will lead to a bright future."
The Jewelpet of Prediction, Flora is a yellow sheep with a white face and ears who wears a green bow around her neck with a bell hanging from it. Her birthday is on January 17 and her name is based on the mineral fluorite.
She debuted in episode 11 of the first series, as Tatewaki's partner. She has a pure, tenderhearted, easy-going personality, always looking up to her partner like he's her big brother. Her speech always ends with "Desu". She was awakened when Tatewaki was under the influence of Diana's dark magic.
In Twinkle, she was a part of the Jewel Star Grand Prix competition, as the object of a chase which was disputed by Akari and Marianne.
In Sunshine, she lives in a farm and becomes friends with Angela and Labra. Yaginuma is said to be going to work in her farm after he finishes his studies.
In Kira Deco, she holds the valuable Golden Wool, which is famous for its softness. Ruby and the others try to catch her so Pink can have new clothes. She willingly offers her wool when Ruby proves herself a worthy rival.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Marianne almost gets her ass handed over to her when she pisses her off.
- Likewise, in Kira Deco, she gets really mad when Ruby and co. pester her for her wool when she just wants to be left in peace, causing her to attack them.
- Birds of a Feather: With Angela in Sunshine.
- The Chick: First series.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Akari and Marianne thought she'd be easy to catch because she appeared to be slow in every sense of the word. She's actually a beastly magic user, added to the fact that she can predict their moves.
- "Get Back Here!" Boss: Twinkle.
- The Makeover: She gets one in Happiness in order to impress Taira with her coolness. Turns out to be unnecessary.
- Malaproper: Frequently in Happiness. Examples are switching "employed" for "exploited" and "delicious" for "malicious". Sapphie corrects her all the time.
- One-Shot Character: Sunshine. She only appears in episode 33-B.
- Rummage Sale Reject: What she looks like after her makeover, the result of all the main Jewelpets pitching in their idea of coolness.
- Seers: Has the power of Prediction.
- Sweet Sheep
- Tareme Eyes: Hers are a particular case as she looks perpetually stoned because of them.
- That's No Moon!: In Kira Deco, she hides in the guise of a cloud. Sapphie says "That's... no creampuff".
- Through His Stomach: One of the plans to impress Taira is to give him some of her ice-cream.
- Verbal Tic: "~Desu!" and "~moko!"
- Worthy Opponent: She and Ruby feel this way about each other after their face-off in Kira Deco.
Voiced by: Junko Takeuchi
Debuting in episode 10 of the first series, he's aristocratic, charismatic and kind to everyone, especially to Ruby, who loves him. He is a good adventurer and has good physical capabilities.
In Twinkle, he's Sulfur's Jewelpet partner and therefore a teacher. He's Ruby's Love Interest here, too.
In Sunshine, he is in the Rose class and is Ruby's childhood friend and later ex-boyfriend. He got his personality switched during his time in Spain via a magic mishap with a Spanish man, and later attempts to win Ruby's heart, but he ended up failing to Mikage.
In Kira Deco, Tour is a member of the Four Heavenly Kings and he and Kohaku are assigned Coal's job of taking the Deco Stones.
In Happiness, he is a nature lover who despises the big city. When Mouri can't overcome his fear of table tennis, Tour makes it his task to train him and get over his fear. Their bond creates a Magic Gem.
- Adaptational Villainy: Kira Deco.
- Big Brother Instinct: First series, towards Minami's twin brothers that he's bonded with.
- Blue Blood: Said to be this in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it line in the first series. It doesn't have bearing on anything at all.
- The Brute: Out of the Decoranain, he's the most likely to use brute force (like throwing a cactus or flailing his guitar).
- Butt-Monkey: Sunshine.
- Catchphrase: Sunshine. "I am Tour! El tornado y el toro bravo!"
- Cats Are Mean: Kira Deco.
- Cat Stereotype: Grey and a mentor-type character in Twinkle. Otherwise, averted.
- Crash-Into Hello: How he met Ruby in the first series.
- Distressed Dude: When he was captured by Diana in episode 25 of the first series.
- Bound and Gagged: Episode 26.
- Determinator / Dogged Nice Guy: Quite the persistent guy in Sunshine. In episode 48 he tells Ruby that he won't stop playing his guitar until she gives an answer to his confession. Even after a string snaps and hurts his hand, he refuses to stop.
- Era-Specific Personality: He's charismatic and gentlemanly in the first 2 seasons. Sunshine turns him into an obnoxious never-give-up guy with literal brain damage; in Kira Deco he's that and a villain. In Happiness, he's arrogant but has a good heart deep down.
- Gratuitous Spanish: Sunshine.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Kohaku in Kira Deco.
- Hopeless Suitor: Sunshine. He can't take the hint that Ruby loves Mikage until one of the last episodes. Also, Ruby makes it clear that she has no taste for the tics he picked up in Spain.
- Hot-Blooded: Sunshine.
- In Harm's Way: Adventure is his characteristic, so naturally he has an urge for it in the first series.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Happiness. He picks on people who live in the city and mocks Mouri in particular, but later helps him overcome his fear of table tennis.
- Latin Lover: Sunshine.
- As well as Kira Deco. He drops it when he and Kohaku assert their partnership, but it's back on the next time we see him...
- Meaningful Name: When you're going on a "tour" you can have a lot of adventures, which is exactly his jewel power.
- Mentor Mascot: To Sulfur in Twinkle.
- Nature Hero: Happiness. He lives in the woods and despises the city and the people in it.
- Nice Hat: Sunshine. Wears a stetson for some reason. Maybe he picked it up from Spaghetti Westerns? It's carried over to Kira Deco; probably due to his popularity in Sunshine.
- Official Couple: With Ruby in the 2009 series and Twinkle.
- Promoted to Love Interest: Inverted in Sunshine. He attempts to get Ruby to come back together as a couple, until Mikage steps in and transforms into Granite in the epilogue of the series.
- Punny Name: Concerning his spaniard character in some seasons - the joke is that the Japanese pronounciation of his name is similar to the Spanish word for 'bull' (to wit: "Tooru" - "toro", get it?).
- Stalker with a Crush: Sunshine.
- Unlucky Childhood Friend: Sunshine.
- Uptown Girl: In the first series, he's an aristocrat and Ruby has a crush on him.
- Verbal Tic: "To~ru!"
- What Happened to the Mouse?: See Kohaku's entry.
Voiced by: Megumi Ozaki
The Jewelpet of Teamwork, Nephrite is a brown and white Pembroke Welsh Corgi who wears a blue checkered flat cap and a green jewel necklace shaped like a diamond. His birthday is on February 1 and his name is based on the mineral nephrite.
He debuted in episode 16 of the first series with Akira. He is mischievous, funky, likes soul music and dancing.
In Twinkle, he is a minor character who appears alongside Io 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.
In Kira Deco, he's a cleaner for hire who is hired by Coal to take Ruby's Jewel Pod. However, he develops feelings for her and ends up failing his task.
In Happiness, he appears in episode 35. He has been travelling through the world to search for his Magic Gem. When he arrives at Jewel Academy, he falls for Sapphie. When Sapphie is Red Mooned, he decides to stick with her so she won't be alone. Ruby takes away the Red Moon's influence through Sapphie's invention and Sapphie thanks Nephrite, creating his Magic Gem.
- Ascended Extra: He gets a major role in one episode of Kira Deco and a fairly important secondary role in Lady.
- But Now I Must Go: Kira Deco. After betraying Coal, he leaves and vows to forget about Ruby.
- Cynicism Catalyst: In Lady, he witnessed Diana leaving and Luea crying after her. He wasn't Diana's Mentor, but they were apparently quite close. This is why he's uncooperative towards Momona.
- Cold Sniper: Kira Deco. But instead of using a real sniper rifle, he uses a cleaning machine modeled after one. He even carries it on a suitcase.
- Demoted to Extra: He was the Love Interest's partner in the first season. In the folowing two seasons, he gets put in the background.
- Defrosting Ice King: In Lady, Momona eventually breaks through his angry exterior.
- Don't Sneak Up On Me Like That: In Kira Deco, where he's a sort of hitman, Coal comes up behind him with no bad intentions and Nephrite grabs him and chastises him for it.
- Every Scar Has a Story: He has a scar on his paw in Kira Deco, a result of his training.
- Expy: Kira Deco, of Golgo13. His rifle is a shout out to the character.
- Hitman with a Heart: Kira Deco.
- In Love with the Mark: Falls in love with Ruby, who he's supposed to... vacuum, one guesses, in Kira Deco.
- Japanese Delinquents: He turns into one in episode 35 of Happiness to be Sadist Teacher Sapphie's sidekick.
- Keet: First series.
- Love Makes You Evil: In episode 35 of Happiness, he stands by the brainwashed Sapphie by turning into a delinquent who helps her torment the students. He did not have to be influenced by the Red Moon to do this, only to be in love with her.
- Love Is a Weakness: Kira Deco. His skills drop after he falls in love with Ruby.
- Love Redeems: He becomes kinder and turns against Coal and the Decoranain at the end.
- Mentor Ship: Ruby sees him as a mentor in Kira Deco, and he falls for her.
- Multicolored Hair: Golden and white fur.
- Neat Freak: Kira Deco.
- Nice Hat: His characteristic flat cap.
- One-Shot Character: Kira Deco.
- Red Baron: "The cleaner" in Kira Deco.
- Sixth Ranger Traitor: To the Decoranain.
- The Stoic: Kira Deco.
- Not So Stoic: After starting to develop feelings for Ruby.
- Verbal Tic: "Keropa!", which is Engrish for "Get up!"
Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro
Debuting in episode 5 of the first series, he's a cheerful Jewelpet who likes to cheer up Miyamoto and calls him "Aniki". He sometimes wears Japanese male cheerleader's clothing and uses fans to cheer Miyamoto or anyone else. His speech always ends with "Wan".
In Twinkle, he is a minor character who appears alongside Io and Nephrite. In Sara's introductory epsiode, they grew to an enormous size and Sara had to find a cure for it.
In Sunshine, he's in the Rose class.
In Kira Deco, he is part of a trio of ninjas with Nix and Yuku. They've been watching over the Kira Deco 5's actions since the start but have never been noticed by anyone, which frustrates them.
- The Cheerleader: First series.
- Comically Missing the Point: See Nix.
- Demoted to Extra: Important in the first series, really only a cameo in the others.
- The Generic Guy: He doesn't have any remarkable characteristics or quirks outside of the first series. It also doesn't help that he has the same color scheme as Nephrite, who's been given larger roles in the anime.
- Lampshaded in Kira Deco.
- Hot-Blooded: First series.
- Martial Arts Headband: First series, when cheerleading.
- Multicolored Fur: Golden and white.
- Ninja: Kira Deco.
- No Pronunciation Guide: Pronounced 'kait', not 'tsheet'.
- Verbal Tic: "~wan".
Voiced by: Ai Iwamura
Debuting in episode 6, Prase is one of Ruby's friends, who was awakened after Ryoko's younger sister realized how Ryoko cared for her and kept on studying.
In Twinkle, she's Judy's partner and a former Jewel Star Grand Prix champion. Prase now serves as the bell ringer of the Magic Academy.
In Happiness, Prase is a Jewelpet who studied Theatrical Arts in France and is well known for producing plays. She speaks with a French accent.
- Demoted to Extra: Fairly important in the first series and Twinkle, but was relegated to moving background in the following two seasons. Gains a little notoriety in Happiness.
- Flower Motif: The daisy (her Hair Decorations), and the clover (the jewel in her necklace).
- The Generic Girl: Averted in Happiness.
- Gratuitous French: Happiness.
- Hair Decorations: Two yellow daisies.
- Informed Attribute: Though she symbolizes studying, she doesn't show signs of being particularly intelligent in the series.
- Miss Muffykins: Averted. She's depicted as a kind girl who keeps to herself, contrary to the stereotypes of her breed.
- Nice Girl
- The Smart Girl: Her power is studying.
Voiced by: Mayumi Tsuchiya
- "Being in love is beautiful.""Mofu!"
The Jewelpet of Harmony and Family Love, Rald is a black and white panda who wears a dark pink waistcoat and a pink and yellow striped hat. He also wears a dark green jewel necklace. His birthday is on May 17 and his name is based on the jewel emerald. He is notable for being the largest Jewelpet.
Debuting in episode 8 of the first series, Rald is an easy-going Jewelpet. He is good at playing musical instruments, especially the ocarina. He is awakened when Rinko convinces her parents not to divorce.
In Twinkle, he appears in one episode searching for a "Sparkling Round Thingy" on Earth to make his wish come true and find his partner. His search causes Peridot and Akari a lot of trouble. His speeches always end with "Rarudo" and he refers to Labra as "Sempai".
In Sunshine, he is in the Plum class. He is both feared and popular among his classmates, because of the effect his cuteness has on them.
He appears in several episodes of Kira Deco. He's involved in the discovery of two Deco Stones. He turns huge whenever he feels lonely and adopts Luna in one episode in order to have some company. It's also revealed that he created a Jewel of Fate with a human named Miyuki many decades before the plot of the series; this serves as an example for the Kira Deco 5 to create their own.
In Happiness, episode 32, he uses circus acts to make people happy, which gives the Café staff the idea to put on a big circus. Apel vetoes this and later gets stranded at sea with only Rald for company. They bond and create a Magic Gem.
- All That Glitters: His "Sparkling Round Thingy" is money. Leading to a non-overbearing aesop concerning this trope.
- Bumbling Dad: To Luna in Kira Deco.
- Chick Magnet: Sunshine, because of his cuteness; he even gets the most chocolates on Valentine's Day.
- Cute Giant: Sometimes in Kira Deco.
- Cuteness Proximity: Sunshine, on the receiving end; the other students think he's super cute and are put through incredible strain to stop themselves from touching him.
- Pink and Ruby are also affected in Kira Deco.
- Desperately Craves Affection: Kira Deco. According to Sapphie, he turns huge when he wants attention or play with others.
- Does Not Know His Own Strength: Kira Deco, when he turns huge. He severely injures the members of Kira Deco 5 (except Pink) when he tries playing with them.
- The Dreaded: Sunshine.
- Dumb Is Good: He's pretty slow-witted, but also one of the nicest Jewelpets.
- The Four Loves: The Jewelpet of Storge.
- Gentle Giant: Giant by Jewelpet standards, at any rate. But yeah, he's very sweet.
- G-Rated Drug: In Sunshine, people who touch him have a hard time getting his hands off him. It's revealed that a past classmate (a tiny weasel) felt so good around him that he decided to go live in his fur forever.
- Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Wears a waistcoat.
- Howling to the Night: Parodied at the start of episode 40 of Kira Deco. "Mo-fuuuuuuu..."
- Interspecies Adoption: Adopts Luna in Kira Deco.
- Memento MacGuffin: His waistcoat is this in Kira Deco. It came from Miyuki, the human he bonded with.
- Mistaken for Badass: Sunshine, Iruka thinks the effect he has on his classmates (since they seem so terrified; they're actually repressing their urge to touch him) is because he's a delinquent.
- Negated Moment of Awesome: In episode 52 of Kira Deco, he turns huge and looks like he's about to give the Dark General the pummeling of his life... but then he reverts to his normal size and starts eating bamboo, causing everyone to Face Fault.
- Nice Hat: His fez.
- Oblivious to Love: Sunshine. Never realizes Shouko's feelings for him.
- One-Shot Character: Twinkle. Only appears in, and drives the plot of, episode 40.
- Panda-ing to the Audience: He's a panda... and he's considered irresistably adorable even in-universe.
- Promotion to Parent: First series. As the partner of Rinko's parents, he takes on a parental role towards Rinko and Ruby.
- He acts like a father to Luna in Kira Deco.
- The Quiet One: Sunshine.
- Sempai/Kohai: Twinkle, treats Labra as his sempainote , despite being clearly older than her. Labra is understandably ecstatic.
- Speech-Impaired Animal: Kira Deco and Happiness. He only says "~mofu".
- Suddenly Voiced: In The Stinger of episode 32 of Happiness, with lampshading by Ruby.
Voiced by: Junko Takeuchi
Debuting in episode 32 of the first series, he is joyful, brash and a big troublemaker. His magic ranks Acrylic Class, so it causes explosions and bad luck. He and Ruby are extremely similar in personality and get along well.
He appears occasionally in Twinkle. He steals Moldavite's microphone and retrieving it is Akari's first exam.
Many of him appeared in Sunshine in a few episodes, marking the first time that a Jewelpet is shown not to be unique.
In episode 12 of Kira Deco, he's the thief who's been stealing random objects in Jewel Town. Jasper arrives in town to capture him, but fails and enlists Midori's help. Tata loves to taunt his opponents and is a speedy fighter. He later gets defeated by Retsu.
In Happiness, he appears in a few episodes as a minor antagonist. In episode 40, the Red Moon turns him huge and he destroys the Café. Ruby turns huge herself and beats him. That night, Chiari and Kousuke find him and restore him to his normal self. He expresses regret about everything he's done and forms a Magic Gem with his saviours.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Episode 9 of Twinkle, when Akari and co.'s efforts to catch him end up pissing him off.
- Episode 12 of Kira Deco. He's pissed off again and uses this against Midori and Jasper.
- Episode 40 of Happiness, and fights against an equally huge Ruby.
- Dumb Is Good
- Everything's Better with Monkeys: He's a rather fun monkey.
- The Fool: It's like he's a second Ruby.
- "Get Back Here!" Boss: Twinkle, as Akari's first exam.
- Innocent Blue Eyes: Varies. In the toys they look more green, in the anime blue. He's Magical Green. Green Is Blue
- I Shall Taunt You: If there's one thing he loves in all seasons, it's taunting people.
- Keet: He's downright hyperactive.
- Mischief-Making Monkey: Tata loves to steal, prank, mock his victims and generally being chaotic.
- Nearly Normal Animal: Sunshine, where they apparently can't speak and behave very much like normal monkeys.
- The Prankster: Most of his appearances.
- Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Uses them in his fight against Midori in Kira Deco.
- Speech-Impaired Animal: He just makes monkey-typical sounds in Sunshine and Kira Deco.
- Sticky Fingers:
- He steals Moldavite's microphone in Twinkle when he could've just asked for it.
- In Kira Deco, he's a well-known serial thief of various objects. He seems to do it simply because he can.
- That's No Moon!: Chiari falls down a very deep hole after he's defeated and later it turns out that the floor at its bottom is actually his face.
- Wild Card: In all seasons, Tata is completely independent and mainly works for his own amusement, which is invariably problematic for the heroes, but allies with them when it's time to defeat the Big Bad or Dark Magic.
Voiced by: Aki Kanada
Debuts in episode 37 of the first series, as part of the Jewel Eight. Dian brainwashes him into cursing the Strawberry Cafe, causing Luna, Milky and Peridot to lose all their customers. He's then reclaimed by Rinko's group through the Jewel Games and becomes the manager of the Strawberry Cafe on Earth. He speaks in a Kyoto dialect.
In Kira Deco, Kris owns an exclusive clothing store in Jewel Town. Clients need a membership card to enter it. Ruby takes Pink to see him and ask for clothes, but Kris only has clothes for Jewelpets.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: By Dian in the first series.
- Coolest Club Ever: His clothing store in Kira Deco resembles the trope, being an exclusive place that requires a password to enter.
- Dark Is Evil: His corrupted form in the first series.
- Demoted to Extra: Twinkle onwards. Then again he wasn't very relevant in the first series to start with, beyond being a one-episode villain.
- Gender-Blender Name: 'Kris' and 'Chris' are homophones; the one with a 'k' is feminine. Then again, the intention was probably to call him 'Chrys', especially since that's closer to his jewel's name.
- The Generic Guy
- Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal
- Informed Breed: It's hard to see the traits of a dachshund in him, because the Jewelpets' body sizes are pretty restrictive, so he can't have a body as long as a regular dachshund. This combined with his overly furry ears make him resemble Sapphie's breed.
- Kansai Regional Accent
- Nice Hat: Kira Deco. *tips fedora*
- Shopkeeper: First series and Kira Deco.