The official website for Toei Animation's forthcoming 16th PreCure TV series Star☆Twinkle PreCure is
updated today with a main visual, character visuals, main voice cast and staff information.
Eimi Naruse, a member of Japanese idol group Dempagumi.inc, is confirmed to voice the protagonist
girl Hikaru Hoshina/Cure Star. This is her second anime character voicing role, following Houdou Anna
in Doamaiger D in 2015.
Hiroaki Miyamoto, who worked as the fourth series director for the One Piece TV anime (352nd-679th
episodes) and the director for the 2016 feature film One Piece Film Gold, serves as series director. He
previously directed several episodes of the 14th series Kirakira PreCure a la Mode and the ongoing 15th
series Hugtto! PreCure. Akira Takahashi returns to the PreCure series as character designer for the third
time, following the eighth series Suite PreCure♪ and the 10th series DokiDoki! PreCure.
For the first time in the PreCure TV series' 16-year history, the story of Star☆Twinkle PreCure is set in
outer space. It begins when the protagonist Hikaru Hoshina, who is in her second grade at junior high,
meets a mysterious creature named Fuwa and two aliens, Lala Hagoromo and Prunce. They have just
arrived at the earth. Hikaru learns that "Star Princesses of The 12 Star Signs," who kept the balance
of the universe in the the scared are of the Star Sky World far from the earth, were attacked by someone
and have been scattered as the 12 "Princess Star Color Pen." Then Fuwa is attacked by Notoraider who
seeks to rule the universe, and as Hikaru wants to save the baby fairy, she transforms into PreCure.
She deicides to begin a space adventure to collect the "Princess Star Color Pen" and raise Fuwa, who
has the key to revive the Princesses.
Star☆Twinkle PreCure is set to premiere in Japan at 8:30 am on February 3, 2019 (JST).
Main voice cast:
OP Song "Kirai☆彡Star☆Twinkle PreCure"
ED song "PaPePiPu☆Romantic"
PreCure TV series:
1. "Futari wa PreCure" (2004-2005)
2. "Futari wa PreCure Max Heart" (2005–2006)
3. "Futari wa PreCure Splash Star" (2006–2007)
4. "Yes! PreCure 5" (2007–2008)
5. "Yes! PreCure 5 GoGo!" (2008–2009)
6. "Fresh PreCure!" (2009–2010)
7. "HeartCatch PreCure!" (2010–2011)
8. "Suite PreCure♪" (2011–2012)
9. "Smile PreCure!" (2012–2013)
10. "DokiDoki! PreCure" (2013–2014)
11. "HappinessCharge PreCure!" (2014–2015)
12. "Go! Princess PreCure" (2015–2016)
13. "Maho Girls PreCure!" (2016–2017)
14. "Kirakira PreCure a la Mode" (2017–2018)
15. "Hugtto! PreCure" (2018–present)
16. "Star Twinkle PreCure" (2019-)
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