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


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    Ruby 

Voiced by: Ayaka Saitou

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The Jewelpet of Courage or, in later years, Luck, Ruby is the main heroine of the series. She is a white Japanese hare who wears a pink and red cherry blossom on her head, as well as a necklace shaped like a pair of red cherries. Her birthday is on July 29 and her name is based on the gemstone ruby.

In the first series, Ruby is a Jewelpet of the Acrylic rank. Because she is the only one who escapes being dropped on Earth, the Majos send her to find her fellow pets. Her Jewel Charm form falls into Rinko's drinking glass that night and she's awakened by Rinko's magic using the Jewel Pocketbook the next day. Her carelessness gives her partner Rinko a hard time. Despite this, she and Rinko get appointed to find the missing Jewelpets on Earth and to handle every problem they encounter.

In Twinkle, Ruby is a new student in the Magic Academy. Her admittance exam is to find a human partner on Earth who matches the feelings of her heart, and so she meets Akari. After that, she gets accepted in the academy along with Akari and lives with her in the human world. She also acts as Labra's older sister.

In Sunshine, she's a student at the Sunshine Academy and Kanon's roommate, with whom she has trouble getting along. She has a huge crush on Mikage, which worsens her relationship with Kanon.

In Kira Deco, Ruby is the owner of the Kira Kira Shop, and is completely obsessed with decoration. She and her friends meet the KiraDeco 5 one night and they decide to work together to search for the Deco Stones. The Deco Stones tell her she is a Deco Stone Master, the only one who can use the Deco Stones' power and destroy the darkness that plagues the human world.

In Happiness, Ruby is just your average Jewelpet, until she meets Jewelina and is entrusted with the magical Jewel Box. Given a mission to make friends, she is entrusted to fill the jewel box with happiness jewels, but also needs to attend the Jewel Academy and open a shop called the Jewel Cafe. However, things don't go well as several mishaps happen and the students get scared of her. In the verge of giving up, she is befriended by Chiari, a 9th grade student, and they start helping each other out in managing the cafe.


  • Art Shift: For the duration of Lady episode 51, she's drawn slightly more photorealistically.
  • Badass Armfold: She does it in the second opening of Happiness.
  • Badass in Distress: She gets kidnapped by Sanada in episode 51 of Happiness and becomes impregnated with Unhappiness to the point where she starts changing color. A magically empowered Chiari goes to rescue her.
  • Beauty, Brains and Brawn: The Brawn of the three.
  • Big Eater
  • Birds of a Feather: Granite has a similar personality to her in Kira Deco. She also has a great relationship with Pink on account of their tastes and the fact that Pink is more lively and joyful than previous protagonists.
    • She also bonds well with Retsu in some episodes because of their passionate personalities.
  • Book Dumb: Hates studying, which probably doesn't contribute to her already unphenomenal intelligence.
  • Break the Cutie: Sunshine, after Kanon beats her to it in asking Mikage out and he says yes. She got over it shortly after.
  • The Chosen One: The descendant of a legendary wizard in the first series, the only one who can find the Flower of Happiness in Twinkle, a Wise One in Sunshine and a Deco Stone Master in Kira Deco.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Deconstructed in Kira Deco. Kaiser takes advantage of Ruby's protectiveness of Pink to kill the former by pretending to aim for the latter.
  • Cloudcuckoolander
  • Commonality Connection: She immediately likes Pink, whom she just met, because of her jewel decorations, although Pink takes a while to reciprocate.
  • Cool Big Sis: To Park in the movie.
  • Cool Crown: Wields one in the movie's climax.
  • Crash-Into Hello: How she met Tour in the first series.
  • Create Your Own Villain: It's revealed in the last episode of Happiness that the crisis of the Red Moon is her fault, because sometime before the show, she drew a face on the mirror of the moon and it reflected in its surface, making people scared of it and causing it to start resenting them and creating Unhappiness. Jewelina summoned all the Jewelpets to collect Magic Gems soon after.
  • Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: In Sunshine, she promises Mikage that she'll find a dream for both their sakes and some episodes are about her doing just that. She even takes her schoolwork more seriously.
  • Disney Death: Sunshine, dies in episode 51, but comes back to life in the next episode through Mikage's love and the power of their rings.
    • In Kira Deco, episode 50 starts with her dying protecting Pink from Kaiser, but the latter manages to revive her at the end of the same episode.
  • The Dulcinea Effect: It's friendship instead of love, but she tackles Pink out of the way of Angela and Labra's arresting spell even though she hardly knows her at the time.
  • Dumb Is Good
  • Ear Ache: Ruby got pulled in the ears twice by Rinko in episode 6. Kanon also tends to swing her around by her ears.
  • Era-Specific Personality: There isn't much of a difference in her personality between the seasons, but she's more of a supportive, foolishly wise type in Twinkle.
  • Everything's Better with Sparkles: Obsessed with them in Kira Deco.
  • Expy: Of My Melody.
  • Eye Poke: Suffered this in Kira Deco.
  • Fartillery: Has done this few times usually unintentional though. Once on Kanon in Sunshine and on Diana in Kira Deco. She actually used her farts to fly away when chased by Labra in one of the 1-minute shorts in Magical Change.
  • Fiery Redhead: Her human form, since Ruby is Hot-Blooded.
  • Flower Motifs: Ruby wears a cherry blossom hairpin near her right ear. In the language of flowers, the cherry blossom symbolizes kindness.
  • The Fool
  • Friendly Rival: To Kanon in Sunshine and one-sided on her account to Opal in Kira Deco.
  • Fun Personified
  • Gasshole: Somewhat, while fart jokes are rare occurrence in franchise whenever they do happen nearly half the time they involve Ruby. As a result she alone has farted more times onscreen than all the other Jewelpets combined.
  • Genki Girl: Endlessly cheerful and lively.
  • Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: To Akari in the first episode of Twinkle, when the two were falling to their deaths.
  • Hair Decorations: A cherry blossom hairpin.
    • Her human form has a white ribbon resembling rabbit ears.
  • The Heroine: She's the Jewelpet the series follows the most, and usually takes down the Big Bad alongside her human partner (who's also this trope).
  • Heroic Albino: She's a white bunny with red eyes.
  • Heroic BSoD: Is in this state for much of episode 24 of Sunshine, after Mikage and Kanon declare they are going out. The shock of confirmation through the school newspaper combined with the return of Tour snap her out of this.
  • High-School Sweethearts: With Mikage.
  • Hot-Blooded: Certainly an impulsive girl, she can also be extremely passionate when it counts.
  • Hot for Teacher: Her crush on Twinkle-era Tour, who's a teacher.
  • Hour of Power: First series. After achieving Super Crystal class, she loses it in the last episode, after everything settles down. She's very upset at the revelation.
  • Improvised Armour: In episode 36 of Lady, she successfully blocks Romeo's sword thrust with her Jewel Pad.
  • Inept Mage: Her most enduring characteristic. In the more serious seasons, she grows out of it.
  • Interspecies Romance: Tour in the first series and Twinkle, Mikage in Sunshine and Granite in the end of Sunshine and Kira Deco.
  • Iron Butt Monkey: Ruby often gets injured a lot, but she manages to survive through them none-the-less.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: In Sunshine. She's in love with Mikage, but is willing to let him go if he wants to be with Kanon. But because of the incest reveal, she gets together with Mikage; now Granite, in the end.
  • Kawaiiko
  • Killer Rabbit: Comes with being one of the most powerful Jewelpets.
  • Kill the Cutie: Sunshine and Kira Deco. But comes back.
  • The Klutz
  • Late to the Tragedy: First series starts out with all Jewelpets being transformed into their Jewel Charm form and becoming lost while being sent to the Forest of Dreams. The exception is Ruby, as she arrived late, so the Majos appoint her as the one to retrieve the lost Jewelpets.
  • Leonine Contract: Raku Majo takes her bad behaviour and more or less blackmails her into going into the human world to recover the Jewelpets.
  • Lethally Stupid: Her idiocy and impulsiveness occasionally put those around her in danger.
  • Little Miss Badass: Regardless of her laziness, she is very powerful and shouldn't be provoked.
  • Loser Protagonist: She's dumb, she has terrible grades and her magic fails most of the time.
  • Made of Explodium: A failed spell in the first series causes an explosion.
  • Memento MacGuffin: Jewelina's Jewel Pod in Kira Deco.
    • In Happiness, it's the Magical Jewel Box that Jewelina gave her.
  • Messianic Archetype: Sunshine and Kira Deco. In both continuities she's destined to save the world and in both continuities she dies and ressurects.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: First series, the Mini Jewel Stick in episode 30.
    • Jewelina's Jewel Pod in episode 27 of Kira Deco.
  • Mighty Whitey: One of the few clearly Japanese animals represented in the franchise is the most important one.
  • Moment Killer: Interrupts Rinko and Akira's kiss in the finale.
  • Motivational Lie: Telling Rinko that her courage spell really works truthfully is more of an attempt to save face, but it does help Rinko when she makes her speech.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: She's lazy and irresponsible as all hell, but firmly on the good side.
  • Naïve Newcomer: Twinkle, same as Akari.
  • Naughty Is Good
  • Official Couple: With Tour in the 2009 series and Twinkle and with Granite in Sunshine and Kira Deco.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Though she and Granite are mostly white, they have pink and blue details in their designs respectively (like the inside of their ears and their accessories; eyes would count if not for Ruby's being red).
  • Playboy Bunny: Episode 37 of Sunshine and episode 41 of Kira Deco, if only in an Imagine Spot.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: Usually this to her human partners.
  • Plucky Girl: It's rare to see her looking downcast; if she is, she'll have gotten over it by the episode's ending.
  • Potty Failure: Episode 23 of the first series and Kira Deco.
  • The Prankster: First series and Sunshine.
  • Rascally Rabbit: Loves screwing around more than anything.
    • Righteous Rabbit: However, she has a strong sense of justice, considering she's the main protagonist and all.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: With her ditzy, naive and enthusiastic personality, she's the red oni to a lot of people. Namely her human partners and bunny counterpart Luea.
  • Rescue Romance: In episode 10 of the first series, Ruby is determined to save Tour and protects him from the Phantom Herb Thieves, so that maybe he'll fall in love with her.
  • Retired Badass: Twinkle OVA. Currently Walking the Earth with Diana and Opal.
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: Her Puroland counterpart, reused in Twinkle's episode 27.
  • Rummage Sale Reject: Non-fashion variant. Her idea of decoration in Kira Deco involves slapping a lot of colorful junk together with no care at all for any kind of order or congruence.
  • Sarcasm-Blind: Being notoriously dense as she is, it's expected. It really becomes noticeable in Lady, with Luea's subtle jabs at her and Momona's lack of ladylike qualities, which she takes as compliments.
  • Scully Box: In-Universe. Her Imagine Spots with Mikage often have her standing on staircases or boxes so she can reach his face. When he's not holding her himself, that is.
  • Sean Connery Is About to Shoot You: Near the beginning of Sunshine's OP's 1st version, followed by a Pistol Pose.
    • In other OP sequences, she uses a variation of this with spellcasting.
  • Series Mascot: Obviously, since she's the protagonist.
  • Shipper on Deck: Tends to ship her human partner with her love interest. To wit: Rinko/Akira, Akari/Yuuma, Chiari/Kosuke and Momona/Cayenne. Exceptions occur in Sunshine and Kira Deco; the former because Ruby is also in love with the guy, and the latter because Pink has no real love interest.
  • Shopkeeper: In Kira Deco where she owns the Kira Kira Shop and in Happiness where she owns the Jewel Cafe.
  • The Slacker: Always tries to skip out on studying or work.
  • Stepford Smiler: While Kanon dates Mikage. You can tell she's trying to hide her sadness in some scenes.
    • Also when Rinko is kidnapped by Dian in episode 46 of the first series.
  • Summoning Ritual: Kira Deco. She needs to do a crazy dance to make Deco Stones come to her and lend her their power.
  • Supporting Protagonist: Yes, she's the main Jewelpet, but in most seasons plays second banana to whatever human she's partnered with (exceptions occur in Happiness and the movie).
  • Taking the Bullet: Sunshine. She shields Kanon and Mikage from the Dark Queen's attack and dies in the process, though she comes back to life.
    • Kira Deco. Gets in Kaiser's way when he attacks Pink; turns out he was aiming for her all along.
  • 10-Minute Retirement: Lady. Briefly quits being Momona's Mentor because of the guilt she feels from lying to her.
  • Thinks Like a Romance Novel: She's hopelessly romantic but things rarely work out exactly as she expects them.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The girly girl to Peridot in Kira Deco. She followed the path of decoration, while Peridot followed that of adventuring.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: Apparently, she was this to Hinata when they were roommates. In episode 21-B of Sunshine, she all but says that she preferred Hinata when she was an Extreme Doormat because then she could mooch off her homework. It's safe to say that Hinata is much better off with Peridot (especially considering she kickstarts her character development) than she was with Ruby.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Carrots all around. Pudding in Sunshine.
  • Training from Hell: Gets it from Labra in episode 50 of the first series, so her magic can reach the Super Crystal class.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: Ruby is a moron but her magic is definitely not weak. The problem is that she's rarely motivated. But when she is, better watch your back.
  • Unwanted Harem: Gets no less than four romantic options in Sunshine, three of which she actively rejects (and one being a one shot character).
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Kanon in Sunshine. They whale on each other all the time, but when it comes down to it, they do care about each other.
  • Voice for the Voiceless: In Happiness, she's the only one capable of understanding the Red Moon's mumbles, so she flip-flops between repeating what it just said and answering it.
  • Voice of the Legion: In episode 49 of Lady, a Beast speaks through her to talk to Momona, and her voice sounds like this.
  • Walking the Earth: At the end of Twinkle, she goes off to find the Flower of Happiness with Diana, Opal, Jasper and Angela.
  • Wave Motion Gun: Ruby uses powerful magic beams during the final battle in Sunshine. She even resorts to Beam Spam it.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Occasionaly. One example is getting called out for abusing Opal in Sunshine.
  • White Bunny
  • "World of Cardboard" Speech: Ruby gives this speech in Sweets Dance Princess. Gumimin's rage can't be stopped and he keeps on eating everything in his path. The only way to stop him is to destroy the candy tower... but Ruby is against the idea, because that would entail killing him, and Gumimin is their friend who's been accompanying them in their journey, so she will never allow anyone to harm him.
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    Garnet 

Voiced by: Aya Hirano

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"The most adorable kitten, Garnet, is here!"
The Jewelpet of Love and Beauty, Garnet is a pink Persian cat who wears a red ribbon and a pink jewel necklace. Just like her human partners, Garnet loves the colour pink. Garnet demonstrates an impressive talent for fashion, always knowing what clothing is best for the wearer. Her birthday is on January 8 and her name is based on the gemstone garnet.

In the first series, her partner is Minami after she confessed her weakness. At first Garnet doesn't like her, but when Minami showed Garnet her room, she had a change of heart. She is sassy and tough, yet likes cute stuff. She earned the "Glass Class" ranking in magic because her magic has a success rate of 50%.

In Twinkle, she and Sango were both Miria's Jewepets, both performing magic along with her. She and Sango serve as Miria's conscience on what to do. She and Sango have a crush on Dian.

In Sunshine, she's one of the students of Sunshine Academy. She is stylish and bold and has an idol in Nyanjelina. She dreams of becoming an actress and works very hard towards her dream, making her into something of a workaholic. Has a small rivalry with Diana. Masago loves her, which she is ignorant of, being too distracted with achieving her dream to be in a relationship.

In Kira Deco, Garnet is from a rich family and likes fashionable stuff. She has a crush on one of the Kira Deco 5, Blue Knight, and appointed him as her personal butler, so he has to follow her around. Her Jewel Pod is decorated with lots of jewels.

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 waitress and is a steady worker.


  • Beauty, Brains and Brawn: The Beauty of the three.
  • Big Fancy House: Kira Deco.
  • Bodyguard Crush: With Blue Knight.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Once by M-Kage.
  • Butt-Monkey: Happiness. Her troubles over getting the others to do their jobs at the Café is the most obvious expression of this. One episode has her getting repeatedly trampled by crowds as a Running Gag.
  • Catchphrase: Sunshine. "Strike it rich!", in European dubs, "Money, money, money!"
  • Cats Are Mean: She's definitely the nastiest of the mascots, but she's still good.
  • Cats Are Snarkers: She's one of the sassiest characters in the franchise and she's a cat.
  • Cat Stereotype: Snobby Persian. Played straight everywhere except Sunshine.
  • Cat Up a Tree: Subverted in episode 2 of the first series. She didn't get stuck, as she was perfectly capable of using her broomstick to get out. She just did it to be a bitch to Minami and Rinko.
  • Cool Crown: Wields one in the movie's climax.
  • Crash-Into Hello: How she meets Marie in Happiness. Turns out to be less fateful than expected.
  • Curtains Match the Window: Pink fur and magenta eyes made of garnets.
  • Era-Specific Personality: She's a snobby fashionista most seasons. However, in Sunshine, she's more of a humble hard worker.
  • Everything's Better with Sparkles: Kira Deco.
  • The Fashionista: All of her incarnations. Garnet is a walking prima donna when it comes to clothes.
  • The Four Loves: The Jewelpet of Eros.
  • Hair Decorations: A ribbon.
  • Heart Broken Badass: Sunshine, in episode 25. She gets over it come end of the episode.
  • Humongous Mecha: Sunshine; a giant prop of herself that she used in her comedy shows gets modified by Sapphie into this and is used in the final showdown arc against mecha-Sango.
  • Hypocritical Humor: She frequently criticizes Ruby's behaviour but often goes on to do the exact same things as her.
    • A specific case is her mocking Ruby's chaotically decorated Jewel Pod; she then shows off her own and it's as haphazardly decorated, the sole difference being that her materials are more elegant.
  • Interspecies Romance: Masago in Sunshine, Blue Knight in Kira Deco.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Everywhere but Sunshine.
  • Lady and Knight: With Blue Knight.
  • The Lancer or The Chick: Depending on the season.
  • Large Ham: Particularly when she's talking herself up as the ultimate symbol of Love and Beauty.
  • Little Miss Badass: Not as powerful as Ruby, but still a threat to be reckoned.
  • Love Hurts: Sunshine. Getting dumped by your boyfriend so he can get together with his old flame right before your eyes? And leaving you standing in the rain? That was douchey...
  • Love Triangle: Sunshine - she, Dian and Diana.
  • Married to the Job: Sunshine. She disregards love in favor of chasing her dream of being an actress. She even tells Masago while turning him down, "I'm already in love... with my dream."
  • Mean Boss: In Happiness, as the manager of the Cafe. Considering she has to deal with slackers like Ruby, Labra, etc., it's actually an understandable attitude.
  • Meido: Sunshine, working in the Strawberry Cafe.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: First series, the Mini Jewel Stick in episode 30.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: Very vain and arrogant, but a hero nonetheless.
  • My Instincts Are Showing: In her and Miria's fight against Ruby and Akari, Ruby distracts her with a foxtail, prompting her to chase and paw at it, and Miria has to snap her out of it.
  • Natural Weapon: She sometimes uses her claws in dire situations, or when someone has generally pissed her off, like when she uses them on Hisashi for being insensitive to Minami.
  • Out of Focus: In Lady, after Momona moves to the Royal Palace.
  • Pink Means Feminine: She's rose-colored and strives to be the epitome of feminine beauty.
  • Plucky Girl: In Sunshine. She's extremely determined to become a celebrity and works her butt off towards that goal.
  • The Power of Love: It's what she represents.
  • Proud Beauty: Being the pet of Beauty, she loves it when others notice her for this, and gets very angry when someone else steals her spotlight in this department (Diana in Sunshine).
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Delivers one to Miyamoto when he turns into a lazy bum in episode 5 of the first series.
  • Retired Badass: Twinkle OVA, alongside Sango.
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: Her Puroland counterpart.
  • Series Mascot: Part of the trio of main characters.
  • Those Two Girls: It's hard to dissociate her from Sango in Twinkle.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: She's the (very) Girly Girl to two of her human partners - Minami from the first series and Mizuki from Lady.
  • Tsundere: Exhibits the personality in both romantic (Blue Knight) and non-romantic (anything else, really) contexts. Labra lampshades it in episode 33 of Happiness.
  • Tsurime Eyes: Her appearance.
  • Verbal Tic: Played with in Happiness. She forcefully puts "ga" and "net" at the end of phrases after seeing that most Jewelpets do it, in hopes that it'll add to her personality, but when speaking normally she never uses them.
  • With Friends Like These...: She's introduced in the first series bad-mouthing Ruby, even though the latter was busying herself finding shells to give to her.
  • The Worf Effect: Her defeat in episode 50 of Sunshine subverts what the audience expects of her as a member of the main trio.
  • Workaholic: Sunshine shows this in a positive light, with Garnet being focused on making a living the best way she can while still attending auditions.
    • It's more negatively portrayed in Happiness, which portrays her as neurotic and obsessive with her work at the Cafe.

    Rosa 

Voiced by: Ai Kayano

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"The still and deep water that doesn't stand out. That's me, Rosa."
The Jewelpet of Passion, Rosa is a light pink Ussuri brown bear with pink tail and ears who wears a red heart-shaped apple jewel necklace and a big blue bow on her head. Her birthday is in June 18 and she is named after the jewel rhodochrosite.

Rosa debuts in the last episode of Kira Deco, born from the Mirror Ball after it's repaired.

In Happiness, she is one of Ruby's friends who is given a mission to make friends and run the Cafe. She works as a waitress. She has a bit of a rivalry with Labra but is a very brave Jewelpet who wants to help everyone.

In Lady, she is ace Petit Lady Elena's Mentor. Though she speaks politely, she can be a bit arrogant. She's also a skilled fortune teller.


    Sango 

Voiced by: Rei Sakai (First series), Ai Shimizu (Twinkle onwards)

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"Here comes the sweets expert nyan~!"
The Jewelpet of Luck, Sango is a yellow and brown striped tabby cat who wears a red and white bow and a necklace shaped like a strawberry. Her birthday is on July 10 and her name is based on the organic jewel coral.

Debuting in the first series, she is energetic, bright and likes to twirl her ribbon of rhythmic gymnastics. She has a habit of saying "daijoubu".

In Twinkle, she is Miria's Jewelpet partner along with Garnet. Her love for sweets starts in this season. She and Garnet have a crush on Dian.

In Sunshine, she is in the Rose class. She's frequently seen dangling from the shoulder of her teacher, Jill Konia, despite the fact that she doesn't exactly treat her well. She's Komachi's roommate, with whom she shares a fondness for making sweets.

She has a minor role in Kira Deco narrating a couple of episodes.

In Happiness, she works as a school nurse in the Jewel Academy. In episode 12, she forms an idol trio with Rosa and Sakuran. Apel, brainwashed by the Red Moon, tells her that they care nothing about her and Sango becomes Red Mooned herself. Nene sees herself in Sango and comforts her, forming a Magic Gem.
In episode 39, she helps out when Ruby and co. suffer from amnesia as a result of Ruby's spell, forming her 2nd Magic Gem with Sakuran.


  • Artistic License – Biology: Real cats are incapable of tasting sweet flavours.
  • Balloon Belly: Can end up with this as a result of eating too many sweets.
  • Big Eater: Can eat quite a lot of sweets.
  • Birds of a Feather: With Komachi in Sunshine, because of their love of making sweets.
  • Born Lucky: She's the Jewelpet of Luck, though her luck-based powers only exist in the first season.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: By Dark Jewelina.
  • Butt-Monkey: Gets her fill of this in Sunshine, like getting traded for Sapphie and ending up in the Plum class, getting fattened up in the Summer arc, getting harassed by the SGB Squad...
  • Cat Stereotype: Is a tabby and kind of dumb.
  • Cool Crown: Wields one in the movie's climax.
  • Depending on the Writer: In Sunshine, her characterization fluctuates between being part of Diana's posse and mocking the Plum class like the rest of her classmates, and getting along with the Plum class to the point where they sometimes hang out and relate to each other.
  • Dumb Is Good
  • Early Installment Weirdness: Considering how it's her defining trait, you'd be surprised to learn that in the first season, she didn't particularly care about sweets.
  • Era-Specific Personality: Her personality in the first series is rather low-key and doesn't feature any of the traits that have defined her throughout the years (being rather dumb and loving sweets).
  • Hair Decorations: A ribbon with a flower.
  • Humongous Mecha: One of her appears in many episodes of Sunshine. It's even one of the bosses in the last arc.
  • Meaningful Name: Japanese for coral.
  • School Nurse: She's an assistant to the chief nurse in Happiness.
  • Supreme Chef: Because of her love of sweets, she's sometimes portrayed as a great confectioner, namely Sunshine and MC, where she even comes to own sweet shops.
  • Sweet Tooth: Loving sweets is her main trait.
  • Those Two Girls: With Garnet in Twinkle.
  • Verbal Tic: ~Nyan!
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Komachi of Sunshine; they're roommates and Sango's a harsh critic of her cooking. They become business partners in the epilogue.

    Titana 

Voiced by: Erika

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The Jewelpet of Balance, Titana is an orange chipmunk with brown stripes who wears a blue cap and a necklace shaped like a yellow and orange flower. His birthday is on September 23 and his name is based on the jewel titanite.

Debuting in the first season, he's the fastest of all the Jewelpets in Jewel Land and a fast talker. He's very active and nimble, and a self-styled Tokyoite. He is an honor student in Jewel Land, earning him the Crystal Class ranking in magic.

In Twinkle, he is Nicola's partner and has a personality much like him, initially treating Akari and Ruby with condescension. He loves popcorn.

In Sunshine, he is a student of the Plum class. He absolutely adores Kanon and gladly does anything for her. She rewards him with sunflower seeds in return.

In Kira Deco, Titana is the master of a dojo which teaches the Way of the Tail, a type of martial arts in which the practitioner fights using its tail.


    Jasper 

Voiced by: KENN

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The Jewelpet of Honesty and also the Gatekeeper of Jewel Land, Jasper is a yellow cheetah with brown spots who wears a red diamond jewel necklace and wields a giant magic key with the Jewel Land emblem on it. This key opens a portal to other worlds. His birthday is on February 14 and his name is based on the mineral jasper.

He first appeared in the end segments of episodes 42 and 43 of Twinkle, summarizing the events of the Jewel Star Grand Prix. He then formally debuted in episode 50 during the finals of the Jewel Star Grand Prix as the gatekeeper of the magic gate.

In Sunshine, he's a student of the Plum class and rooms with Mikage and Masago. He's a rude guy who antagonizes Mikage a lot. Opal has a crush on him.

In Kira Deco, he is a wandering vigilante who travels through all of Jewel Land. In episode 12, he arrives in Jewel Town chasing Tata. Midori comes to idolize him and Jasper mentors him in becoming a better fighter.


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    Rin 

Voiced by: Mayu Hayakawa (First to Kira Deco), Akari Harashima (Happiness)

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"If you're in a pinch, laugh, and get over it! That persistent heart in itself is the secret of business prosperity."
The Jewelpet of Prosperity, Rin is a green parakeet who wears a pink bow on the back of her head and a necklace shaped like a yellow butterfly. Her birthday is on November 23 and her name is based on the jewel citrine. She is the only bird Jewelpet.

Debuting in episode 4 of the first series, Rin helps Raako's family's restaurant regain its clients. She speaks in a Kansai dialect and loves comedy.

In Twinkle, she's Moldavite's partner and frequently lectures him about his antics. Her speech always ends with "rin".

In Sunshine, she's Kameo's Jewelpet partner.

She provides commentary in Kira Deco.


  • Bluebird of Happiness: Calls herself this in Happiness, as she considers herself a harbinger of joy. Characters are quick to point out that she's green.
  • Blush Sticker: Two big orange ones.
  • Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: With Raako in the first series.
  • Captain Obvious: Kira Deco, episode 4 - "Did you know all polar bears are white?" Yes Rin, thank you for telling us a factoid even 4-year-olds know.
  • The Charmer: When she's promoting Minami's food stand in episode 31 of the first series.
  • Fantastic Racism: In Happiness, she talks down to "earth-dwelling beings".
  • Flight: She flies on a broom in the first series despite having wings herself. In Twinkle, she can float while perching on a twig.
  • Good with Numbers: First series.
  • Hair Decorations: A pink bow.
  • Kansai Regional Accent: Besides having the accent, she presents a few Kansai stereotypes (none of them involve her being violent or idiotic though), such as her fondness for comedy, no matter how terrible it is, and her behavior, which apparently is similar to that of a "business-like old woman from Osaka". First series only.
  • The Prankster: Happiness. It's because she believes pranks make people happy. Ruruka talks her out of it.
  • Straight Man: To Moldavite in Twinkle.
  • Technicolor Eyes: Gold. Made of citrines.
  • Verbal Tic: "~rin".

    Ryl 

Voiced by: Tomomi Fujita

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The Jewelpet of Mind and Body Purification, Ryl is a pink miniature pig who wears a necklace shaped like a red heart. Her birthday is on April 24 and her name is based on the jewel red beryl.

Debuting in episode 9 of the first series, Ryl is a Jewelpet with the title of Miss Jewel Land. She likes fashion and so considers Garnet her rival. Her speech ends in "Butsukushii". When she was awakened from her Jewel Charm form, her partner Megumi thought that she wasn't cute but she has a change of heart and accepts her.

In Twinkle, she is the Jewelpet partner of Catherine and she antagonizes Ruby and co..

She's a minor character in Sunshine and Kira Deco.


    Kohaku 

Voiced by: Junko Minagawa

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The Jewelpet of Economic Fortune, Kohaku is a yellow Shiba Inu who wears a red scarf with a gold flower on it. His birthday is on June 5 and his name is based on the organic jewel amber.

He debuted in episode 14 of the first series, where his Jewel Charm was revealed in front of the Phantom Herb Thieves and was then awakened by Rinko's upgraded Jewel Pocketbook. He ends up in the hands of the thieves in episode 52.

In Twinkle, he's the apprentice of the Fountain Dragon, and has a hot blooded, impatient personality. He takes it upon himself to carry the Dragon's Jewel. He's an energetic and honorable character and has a slight cold. Leon learns the importance of teamwork through him.

In Sunshine, he's a background character.

In Kira Deco, Kohaku is a member of the Four Heavenly Kings and he and Tour are assigned Coal's job of taking the Deco Stones.

In Happiness, he is a fanboy of Sanada and co. who wants to learn how to be as cool as them.


    Nix 

Voiced by: Yuichi Iguchi

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The Jewelpet of Reconciliation, Nix is a purple ferret with a black tail tip who wears a blue scarf with an orange star on it. His birthday is on August 22 and his name is based on the jewel sardonyx.

Debuts in episode 33 of the first series, as the first member of the Jewel Eight. He is brainwashed by Dian into using his powers to cause people to fight each other over petty things. He is then reclaimed by Rinko's group through the Jewel Games. He's a gentle person who doesn't like fighting.

In Twinkle, he appears along with Alex and Brownie and they all develop crushes on Garnet, Sapphie and Prase, in different episodes.

In Sunshine, he is the heir to a rich family which owns a retail chain and appears in a group date, where Garnet takes an interest on him and where he gets into a fight with the similarly rich King.

In Kira Deco, he is part of a trio of ninjas with Chite 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.


    Alex 

Voiced by: Hiromi Igarashi (First series), Asami Shidara (Twinkle onwards)

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The Jewelpet of Possibility, Alex is a brown and yellow Scottish fold cat who wears round glasses and a necklace shaped like a red spade. His birthday is on March 3 and his name is based on the jewel alexandrite. He's best friends with Brownie.

Debuts in episode 44 of the first series, as one of the Jewel Eight. He causes the worst case scenario in the human world by creating a meteor on a crash course to Earth. He and Brownie are recovered by Rinko's group through the Jewel Games while saving the earth from the impending destruction in the process.

In Twinkle, he appears with Brownie and Nix and they all develop crushes on Garnet, Sapphie and Prase, in different episodes.

In Sunshine, he is one of King's henchmen, alongside Brownie.

In Happiness episode 44, he lives in a cabin in the woods to study the best way to make a Magic Gem. Nobara drags him out to form one with Marie, although he hates going outside. They are Red Mooned the moment he's out, turning Nobara into an Alpha Bitch and Alex into her servant, and they enslave Marie. Marie saves Nobara, removing the Red Moon's influence from her and Alex, and he forms a Magic Gem with Nobara.


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    Brownie 

Voiced by: Yui Hatano

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The Jewelpet of Imagination, Brownie is a yellow hedgehog with blue prickles who wears a purple bow tie with a brown jewel in the middle. His birthday is on October 23 and his name is based on the jewel brown quartz. He's best friends with Alex.

Debuts in episode 44 of the first series, as one of the Jewel Eight. He uses his powers to make people forget their duties. He's recovered along with Alex through the Jewel Games.

In Twinkle, he appears with Alex and Nix and they all develop crushes on Garnet, Sapphie and Prase, in different episodes. He later loses to Sara in the Jewel Star Grand Prix.

In Sunshine, he is one of King's henchmen, with Alex.


    Lolip 
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Lolip is a shy Jewelpet who only appears in the light novel. She is a light pink rabbit wearing a pink frilly cap and a lollipop-shaped jewel necklace. She arrived at Jewel Land and met Ruby and her friends as they were setting up the Jewel Festival, so she helps them. She cannot use any type of magic, so she doubts whether she is a Jewelpet or not. Shown to be klutzy and very prone to breaking stuff, she tries to correct her own mistakes and learn from them. Later on in the story, she started to develop a friendship with Ruby and her friends and in the epilogue, she opens a candy shop named "Happy Drop".



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