Following Love and Setsuna released in January, Megahouse has revealed the two other character figures from the 6th PreCure TV series Fresh PreCure!, Miki Aono (Cure Berry) and Inori Yamabuki (Cure Pine). They will join its Sekai Seifuku Sakusen (World Uniform Operation) line in late August. Check the details after the jump.
As reported regularly, Pretty Store Tokyo is one of the two official merchandise stores in Japan dedicated to Toei Animation's long-running PreCure anime series. With the start of the 12th TV series Go! Princess PreCure in February, it has been rearranged to the Princess PreCure mode. Check the latest photo report after the jump.
Back in February 2014, 25-year-old singer/voice actress Kanako Miyamoto announced that she needed to take a hiatus from activities for a while due to her health issues. After over one year break, she finally appeared on the radio program "CureCure Pretty" aired yesterday. Hit the jump for more details.
Following Cure Heart released in May 2014 and Cure Diamond in the following October, Bandai's official online store Bandai Premium yesterday started accepting pre-orders for two more S.H. Figuarts character figures from the 10th PreCure TV series Dokidoki PreCure, Cure Sword and Cure Rosetta. Check the details after the jump.
PreCure All Stars: Haru no Carnival opened on 213 screens in Japan last Saturday. It earned 130,363,100 yen on 112,883 admissions in the first two days, which was 23 percent up from the previous film in the franchise, HappinessCharge PreCure! Ningyou no Kuni no Ballerina released in October 2014. Hit the jump for more details.
Japanese idol group Morning Musume. '15 has posted a full music video of "Ima Kokokara/Right Here, Right Now," the theme song for the upcoming new PreCure All Stars film, PreCure All Stars: Haru no Carnival (Spring Carnival). Thankfully, it comes with Japanese lyrics and its English translations. Check the song after the jump!
A premiere event for the upcoming new PreCure All Stars film, PreCure All Stars: Haru no Carnival (Spring Carnival) was held in Tokyo yesterday, March 9. Japanese idol group Morning Musume. '15 performed the theme song "Ima Kokokara" to the press for the first time. Check MAiDiGi TV's video reports after the jump!
As reported several times last year, Yokohama City has received many stationery items as a donation to children from people using the names of the successive PreCure girls. It recently announced the latest donation was sent from a person by the names of Nao Midorikawa (Cure March) and Royal Candy, both from Smile PreCure!. Hit the jump for more details.
The official website for the upcoming new PreCure All Stars film, PreCure All Stars: Haru no Carnival (Spring Carnival), today announced that Japanese idol group Morning Musume. '15 also performs the theme song "Ima Kokokara," in addition to the version sung by the PreCure voice actresses. Hit the jump for more details.
On the premiere day of Go! Princess PreCure, Toei Animation hold a special giveaway campaign for kids, "Get the DVD by Watching the 1st Episode," at toy shops across Japan. For those who couldn't get the DVD, the four-part contents are officially posted online today. Let's learn about the latest PreCure girls after the jump!
After the on-air of the first episode last Sunday, which was passionately received by the fans, Toei has already scheduled a feature film edition of the 12th PreCure TV anime series Go! Princess PreCure for this fall. It will be the 12th non-All Stars film (19th in total) for the franchise. Hit the jump for more information.
Following the live-action lecture video by Cure Lovely and Cure Flora, the official website for the upcoming new PreCure All Stars film, PreCure All Stars: Haru no Carnival (Spring Carnival), has posted a three-minute actual 3DCG footage from the film featuring the theme song dance by the 40 PreCure girls. Check the clip after the jump!
A joint press meeting for the upcoming 12th TV anime series Go! Princess PreCure and the 7th All Stars film PreCure All Stars Haru no Carnival was held in Tokyo yesterday, January 29. The three main voice actresses of the new TV series appeared on the stage in princess-like dresses. Check MaiDiGi TV's video report after the jump.