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    Sunday April 10, 2022
  • Ojamajo Doremi Stage Visual Transforms Idols into Magical Girls

    The members of ≠ME take on the roles for upcoming "Act Live"

    The stars of =LOVE sister group ≠ME are looking extra-magical as the heroines of Ojamajo Doremi! The idols will be appearing in a play/concert next month, and the official site has just released our first look at the stars in costume. Have a look after the jump!

  • Wednesday February 23, 2022
  • Idol Group ≠ME Stars in Magical Doremi Musical Concert This May

    Stage show will re-tell the story of the magical girl anime's final season.

    The musical witches of Magical Doremi get their own stage show in May! Idol group ≠ME will be putting on a two-part performance, consisting of a stage musical followed by a mini-concert. We've got the first details after the jump!

  • Monday April 5, 2021
  • FEATURE: The New Anime Films I'm Really Excited About in 2021

    Let's run down some upcoming anime film attractions!

    From major franchise releases to unexpected adaptations and full originals, 2021 is looking to be stacked with high-profile film releases. Today on Why It Works, let's run down some of the big-screen anime spectacles of the coming year!

  • Monday March 22, 2021
  • FEATURE: Where Some of Anime's Most Successful Directors Got Their Start

    Let's explore how anime's greatest film directors began their animation journeys!

    Before they gained acclaim through high-profile films, even the greatest of anime directors contributed to a variety of unlikely TV shows. Today on Why It Works, let's explore the small-screen origins of some of anime's greatest stars, and see how their roots helped shape their overall destinies!

  • Friday February 19, 2021
  • FEATURE: Madoka, Wonder Egg Priority, and the Future of Late-Night Magical Girl Shows

    Deconstructing deconstructed magical girl deconstructions

    Ten years ago, Madoka Magica shook up the magical girl genre. Since then, many have followed in its footsteps. But where are those shows now, and what is the future of the late-night magical girl genre Madoka helped popularize? Find out more after the jump.

  • Thursday January 21, 2021
  • Looking for Magical Doremi Wins Mainichi Film Award for Best Animation Film of 2020

    The award ceremony will be held in Tokyo on February 17

    It is confirmed today that Toei Animation's Majo Minarai wo Sagashite / Looking for Magical Doremi won the Animation Film Award of the 75th Mainichi Film Awards, which was given to the best animated feature film of the year 2020. Hit the jump for more details.

  • Thursday November 19, 2020
  • Watch The First 6-Minute of Ojamajo Doremi 20th Anniversary Film

    The 91-minute film ranked fourth with 70 million yen in its opening weekend

    One week after its domestic release, the official website for the 20th-anniversary film for Toei Animation's Ojamajo Doremi series, Majo Minarai wo Sagashite / Looking for Magical Doremi, has started streaming the first six-minute of the film introducing its three main characters. See how the new magical story for adults begins after the jump!

  • Monday November 16, 2020
  • Japan Box Office: Demon Slayer Movie Stays at No.1 for 5th Week

    "Fafner in the Azure: The Beyond" episode 7-9 tops the mini-theater ranking

    Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train still earned a huge 1.522 billion yen (only 14 percent down from the previous week) on 1.1147 million admissions on its fifth weekend. The box office sensation has kept its No.1 position at Japan's weekend ranking for five consecutive weeks since its release on October 16. Hit the jump for more information.

  • A Massive Digital Library of Ojamajo Doremi Songs Is Now Online

    181 tunes, including "Ojamajo Carnival!!," can be purchased from certain subscription services

    Immerse yourself in the music of Ojamajo Doremi! 181 tunes from the magical girl franchise are now available on Japanese music subscription services, in celebration of the new film Looking for Magical Doremi. Find out more about the musical library after the jump.