Jewelpet Twinkle (TV)

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[ spinoff of Jewelpet (TV) ]

Related anime:
    Jewelpet Sunshine (TV) (spinoff)
      Jewelpet Kira☆Deco—! (TV) (sequel)
        Jewelpet Happiness (TV) (spinoff)
          Lady Jewelpet (TV) (spinoff)

Alternative title:
Jewelpet Tinkle 
ジュエルペット てぃんくる☆ (Japanese) 
Genres: drama , magic 
Themes: Animals , fighting , Jewels , Magical Girl 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: In Jewel Land, Jewelpets, creatures who has the natural ability to use magic lived in harmony with the Witches, attending the Magic Academy to learn to use magic with their Jewel Eyes. However for Ruby, a white Japanese Hare whose magic sometimes fail, is appointed to go to the Human World to search for her partner. But when she used the card the magicians gave her, she was sent to the Human World by accident. In the Human World, A girl named Akari Sakura met her on the beach on her way to school. At first, Akari can't understand her due to her Jewel Land Language until Ruby took a special candy so she could speak and understand human language. As the day passes, Ruby knew about her problems and later apologized. A Jewel Charm appeared on Akari's hand and she realized it that she's chosen by Ruby to be her partner. After that, she decided to become a student along with Ruby as they were accepted and entered the Jewel Star Grand Prix. 
Running time: half hour per episode 
Number of episodes: 52 
Episode titles: We have 52
Vintage:
2010-04-03 
2013-03-05 (Middle East, Spacetoon Broadcast) 
Release dates: We have 1
Opening Theme:
"Happy Tinkle" (Happy☆てぃんくる) by Kayano Masuyama with Ruby and Rabura 
Ending Theme:
"Sora ni Rakugaki" (空ニラクガキ) by Akari, Miria, and Sara 
Insert song:
"Little☆Twinkle☆Star" (Little☆てぃんくる☆Star) by Miria 
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 6
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Takashi Yamamoto 
Series Composition: Michiru Shimada 
Episode Director: Kōsuke Kobayashi (eps 4, 10) 
Music: Shiroh Hamaguchi 
Character Design:
Tomoko Miyakawa 
Yukiko Ibe 
Art Director: Reiji Kasuga 
Sound Director: Yoshikazu Iwanami 
Cgi Director:
Hitoshi Saito 
Junya Sato 
Director of Photography:
Katsuaki Kamada 
Shinichi Igarashi 
Producer:
Hatsuo Nara (TV Tokyo) 
Hideyuki Kachi 
Ryōsuke Ōno (eps 17-52) 
Takahiro Suzuki (eps 1-16) 

Animation producer: Akihiro Sekiyama 
Associate producer:
Hidenori Itahashi (eps 1-21) 
Hideyuki Nanba (eps 22-52) 
Kentarō Kuramoto 
Tetsuya Muramatsu (eps 1-21) 
Background Art:
Akiko Mikami (Studio Jack; ep 16) 
Akinou Kojima (Studio Jack; eps 1-3, 5-6) 
Keisuke Nagai (Studio Jack; eps 5, 8, 11) 
Kim Joo-young (Studio Jack; 8 episodes
eps 1-2, 4, 7, 10, 13, 15, 18
)
 
Lee Alm (Studio Jack; 12 episodes
eps 1-3, 5-7, 9, 11-12, 14, 16, 18
)
 
Misa Kitahara (Studio Jack; 12 episodes
eps 1-3, 5-6, 8-9, 11-12, 14, 16-17
)
 
Rina Fujihara (Studio Jack; 7 episodes
eps 1, 3, 6, 9, 12, 14, 17
)
 
Color design: Yuko Tsumori 
Music producer:
Hitoshi Yagi 
Tomoko Shibuya 
Photography:
Hiroaki Tanaka (Studio Twinkle; eps 1-17 odd) 
Katsutoshi Ooi (Studio Twinkle; eps 1-17 odd) 
Kojiro Iwamoto (Studio Twinkle; eps 1-17 odd) 
Kouji Aoki (Studio Twinkle; eps 1-17 odd) 
Tetsushi Kokutsune (Studio Twinkle; eps 1-17 odd) 
Yumi Negishi (Studio Twinkle; eps 1-17 odd) 
Promotion: Yosuke Aoki (TV Tokyo) 
Theme Song Performance:
Ayaka Saito (OP) 
Ayana Taketatsu (ED)  (IN; ep 28) 
Azusa Kataoka (ED) 
Kayano Masuyama (OP) 
Miyuki Sawashiro (OP) 
Natsumi Takamori (ED) 
Ayaka Saito as Ruby 
Miyuki Sawashiro as Rabura 
Natsumi Takamori as Akari Sakura 

Ai Shimizu as Sango 
Aya Hirano as Garnet 
Ayana Taketatsu as Miria 
Azusa Kataoka as Sara 
Nozomi Sasaki as Sapphire 

Ai Iwamura as Prase(ep 8) 
Aki Toyosaki as Angela 
Ao Takahashi as Jewelina 
Aoi Yūki as Amelie 
Asami Shidara as Alex 
Atsushi Kousaka as Sulfur 
Ayana Taketatsu as Milky 
Cho as Mushroom King(ep 41) 
Erika as Chitana 
Hidenobu Kiuchi as
Akira Sakura 
King 
Hiroshi Shimozaki as Moldavite 
Hisako Kanamoto as Judy(ep 8) 
Jun Fukuyama as Dian 
Junko Minagawa as Kohaku 
Junko Takeuchi as
Lapiz 
Tata 
Tooru 
Kanako Sakai as Kaiya 
Kappei Yamaguchi as Minister Eryngii(ep 41) 
Kenji Akabane as Leon 
Kenn as Jasper 
Mako as
Angelina 
Charotte 
Mayu Hayakawa as Rin 
Mayumi Tsuchiya as Rald 
Megumi Ozaki as Nephrite(ep 5) 
Megumi Takamoto as Alma Jinnai 
Midori Takahashi as Marie Sakura 
Mika Ishibashi as Halite 
Mitsuo Senda as Fountain Dragon 
Miyuki Sawashiro as
Chite(ep 5) 
Opal 
Momoko Ohara as Nicola 
Nozomi Sasaki as
Avenue 
Io(ep 5) 
Rei Matsuzaki as Catherine 
Rei Sakuma as Ekanite 
Rie Kugimiya as Marinanne 
Rumi Shishido as
Diana 
Luna 
Shinnosuke Tachibana as Yuma Jinnai 
Tomomi Fujita as Riru 
Yasuo Saitou as Aqua 
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Alpha 
Yu Shimamura as Fealina 
Yui Hatano as Brownie 
Yui Horie as Celine Bright(ep 14) 
Yuichi Inokuchi as Nix 
Yuka Iguchi as
Ametrine 
Monica Sakura 
Trystine 
Yuki Kaida as Peridot 
Japanese companies
2nd Key Animation: ZEXCS (OP; Fandisc F ver.) 
Animation Production: Studio Comet 
Backgrounds:
ARTMAX (all eps) 
Studio Jack (all eps) 
Broadcaster:
TV Aichi (2010-04) 
TV Hokkaido (2010-04) 
TV Osaka (2010-04) 
TV Setouchi (2010-04) 
TV Tokyo (2010-04-03) 
TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (2010-04) 
Digital Paint:
A-Line (ep 3) 
F.A.I International (ep 1) 
Fanout (eps 1-2) 
Flying Dragon Animation (ep 3) 
Synod (ep 3) 
Music Cooperation: TV Tokyo Music 
Music Production: Columbia Music Entertainment 
Original Creator:
Sanrio 
Sega Toys Co., Ltd. 
Overseas Promotion: Fuji Creative Corporation 
Photography: Studio Twinkle (all eps) 
Planning: We've, Inc. 
Production:
TV Tokyo 
We've, Inc. 
French cast
French staff
ADR Director: Gilbert Levy 
Grégory Laisné as Professeur Souffre 
Marie Nonnenmacher as Akari 

Fanny Bloc as Miria 
Jessie Lambotte as Saphie 
Pascale Chemin as Garnet 

Benjamin Pascal as Léon 
Gilbert Levy as Moldavite 
Gwenäelle Julien as Luna 
Laura Pelerins as
Flora 
Jewelina 
Peridot 
Sara 
Tahta 
Tomoe 
Topaze 
Nayeli Forest as Diana 
French companies
Broadcaster: Teletoon France (from 2 May 2012) 
Dubbing: WanTake 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Translation:
Enric Joga (Spain dub) 
Maite Madinabeitia (Spain dub) 
Pilar Morales as Akari Sakura(Spain dub) 
Yolanda Gispert as Ruby(Spain dub) 

Ana Romano as Sango(Spain dub) 
Maribel Pomar as Miria(Spain dub) 
Olga Supervia as
Sapphie(Spain dub) 
Sara(Spain dub) 
Tatiana Supervia as Garnet(Spain dub) 

Ana Romano as Professor Hallita(Spain dub) 
Jordi Naro as Leon(Spain dub) 
Julia Chalmeta as
Nicola(Spain dub) 
Toor(Spain dub) 
Nacho de Porrata as Azufre(Spain dub) 

Julia Chalmeta(Spain dub) 
Olga Supervia(Spain dub) 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: Boing (Spain) (2011-04-30) 
Distributor: Luk Internacional (Spain) 
Translation: DARUMA (Spain dub) 
Arabic staff
Arabic companies
(none)
Broadcaste: Spacetoon 
Arabic cast
(none)
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Maria Camões as
Alma Jinnai 
Ruby 
Solange Santos as Akari Sakura 

Bárbara Lourenço as
Labra 
Miria 
Carla Garcia as
Garnet 
Sara 
Peter Michael as Yuuma Kamiuchi 

Peter Michael as
Moldavite 
Rald 
Tour 
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: Canal Panda (Portugal) 
Distributor: Luk Internacional (Portugal) 
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