Jewelpet (TV)

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Alternative title:
Jewelpet, le Royaume des Bijoux (French)
ジュエルペット (Japanese)
寶石寵物 (Chinese (Taiwan))
Genres: magic
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: One day in Jewel Land, three magicians turned the Jewelpets into Jewel Charms so they can rest in the Dream Forest while cleaning the town, however Ruby didn't attended. But during the pelican's delivery of the charms, a strong wind blew him off, causing the Jewel Charms to scatter all across Earth. Ruby, now being punished, is sent to Earth to retrieve her friends. On Earth, a student named Rinko is on her balcony observing the night sky and saw a group of shooting stars, one of them fell into her water glass and became a red jewel. The next day, she and her friend Minami were saved by a boy named Keigo Tatewaki from a jewelry store robbery. He then explained to them that he was working from a special organization which is linked to the magicians of Jewel Land and told them about the Jewelpets. As Rinko awakened Ruby, and then met Alice later on, it’s now their task to gather all the Jewelpets together back to Jewel Land before an evil Jewelpet named Diana finds them first.
Running time: 24 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 52
Episode titles: We have 52
Vintage:
2009-04-05 to 2010-03-28
2010-04-03 (Spain - Telecinco)
2011-03-16 (France)
2011-11-20 to 2012-06-16 (Philippines, GMA Network)
Opening Theme:
"Maji? Maji! Magical Jewel (マジ?マジ!マジカル☆ジュエル)" by Yui Asaka
Ending Theme:
"Egao no Loop (笑顔のループ)" by Mitsuko Horie
Insert song:
"Strawberry Time" (ストロベリータイム Sutoroberī taimu) by Peridot, Luna and Milky
Trivia: We have 5
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Nanako Sasaki
Series Composition: Atsushi Maekawa
Screenplay: Takashi Yamada
Character Design: Tomoko Miyakawa
Sound Director: Takuya Hiramitsu
Director of Photography:
Katsutoshi Ooi
Tatsuya Kikuchi
Assistant Director: Shigetaka Ikeda
Color design: Fumiko Ishiguro
Theme Song Lyrics: Yuriko Mori
Theme Song Performance:
Keiko Utsumi (IN; ep 37)
Mitsuko Horie (ED)
Rumi Shishido (IN; ep 37)
Yui Asaka (OP)
Yuki Kaida (IN; ep 37)
AKINA as Minami Asaoka
Eri Kamei as Rinko Kōgyoku
Miyuki Sawashiro as Aoi Arisugawa

Aki Kanada as Flora
Aya Hirano as Garnet
Ayaka Saito as Ruby
Jun Fukuyama as Dian
Junko Takeuchi as Mint
Keiko Utsumi as Milky
Mamoru Miyano as Keigo Taitō
Mayu Hayakawa as Rin/Citron
Mayumi Tsuchiya as Emerald
Megumi Ozaki as Nephrite
Nozomi Sasaki as Sapphire
Rumi Shishido as Diana
Tomomi Fujita as Lil
Yuki Kaida as Akira Nanase

Aiko Aihash as Naoto Sakuragi; Young 
Akiko Kobayashi as Aojiso
Binbin Takaoka as Genshirō Hattori
Erina Nakayama as Misaki Asabu
Hidenobu Kiuchi as Sage
Kanako Sakai as Caiya
Kyouko Chikiri as Child
Mari Yamada as Chie
Mariko Nagahama as Kimajo; Yone
Masakazu Nishida as Mainstay
Mika Ishibashi as Haraito-sensei
Miki Takahara as Raako
Momoko Ohara as Hiroshi, Tetsuya Asaoka
Nobuhiko Okamoto as Hinata Kuranosuke
Rei Sakai as Sango(eps 31, 45)
Ryouta Akazawa as Huge Pelicans; noodles among; bear
Shigemi Tanaka as Yujiro Asaoka
Shin'ya Kote as Santa
Taeko Nanase as Akira Mikami (voice actresses) 
Tetsuji Ota as Prime Minister
Yoshimasa Hosoya as Arato
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Studio Comet
Broadcaster:
Tohoku Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (04-18-09)
TV Osaka
TV Tokyo (2009-04-05)
Digital Paint: HAYASHI K.K (7 episodes
eps 6, 13, 20, 27, 34, 41, 49
)

Music Cooperation: TV Tokyo Music
Original Creator:
Sanrio
Sega Toys Co., Ltd.
Overseas Promotion: Fuji Creative Corporation
Photography: Studio Twinkle
Production:
TV Osaka
We've, Inc.
English staff
English cast
(none)
English companies
ADR Production: Omni Productions
Distributor: Viz Media Europe
Korean staff
Korean cast
(none)
Mi-Na Yun as Rinko Kougyoku

Lee Yeongran as Ruby
Korean companies
(none)
French staff
French cast
Dubbing Director: Gilbert Levy

Sound Engineer: Erwan Le Gall
Marie Diot as Minami

Antoine Nouel as Mitsuo / Dian
Benjamin Pascal as Tatewaki
Bernard Demory as Hatori
Franck Sportis as Sauge
Gwenäelle Julien as
Kyoko
Ryoko
Jessie Lambotte as Sapphie
Laura Pelerins as Megumi
Nayeli Forest as Mage sans Souci
Pascale Chemin as Garnet
Sophie Baranes as Menthe
Yann Pichon as Ken
Zaïra Benbadis as Yome
French companies
Broadcaster: Teletoon France (from 16 March 2011)
Dubbing: WanTake
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Translation:
Enric Joga (Spain dub)
Maite Madinabeitia (Spain dub)
Ana Romano as Minami Asaoka(Spain dub)
Lourdes Fabrés as Aoi Arisugawa(Spain dub)
Pilar Morales as Rinko Kōgyoku(Spain dub)

Albert Bernat as
Dian(Spain dub)
Keigo Taitō "Tatewaki"(Spain dub)
Jordi Naro as Akira Nanase(Spain dub)
Julia Chalmeta as Diana(Spain dub)
Lourdes Fabrés as Garnet(Spain dub)
Olga Supervia as Sapphie(Spain dub)
Yolanda Gispert as Ruby(Spain dub)

Albert Bernat as Naoto Sakuragi(Spain dub)
Ana Romano as Professor Hallita(Spain dub)
Germán José as
Director Moldavite(Spain dub)
Mitsuo Kōgyoku(Spain dub)
Jordi Naro as
Hisashi Miyamoto(Spain dub)
Professor Sulphur(Spain dub)
Julia Chalmeta as
Rin(Spain dub)
Sayuri Kōgyoku(Spain dub)

Ana Romano(Spain dub)
Jordi Naro(Spain dub)
Julia Chalmeta(Spain dub)
Lourdes Fabrés(Spain dub)
Maribel Pomar(Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Boing (Spain)
FDF (Spain)
Telecinco (Spain; 2010-04-03)
Distributor: Luk Internacional (Spain)
Translation: DARUMA (Spain dub)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Beatrice Caggiula as Minami Asaoka
Deborah Morese as Rinko Kougyoku
Loretta Di Pisa as Aoi Arisugawa

Cristiana Rossi as Mint
Emanuela Pacotto as Raku Majo
Federica Valenti as Emerald
Gea Riva as Nephrite
Giovanna Papandrea as Sapphie
Laura Brambilla as Flora
Renato Novara as Dian
Sabrina Bonfitto as Garnet
Simone D'Andrea as Keigo Tatewaki
Stefano Pozzi as Akira Nanase

Adolfo Fenoglio as Genshirou Hatori
Angela Brusa as Peridot
Giuliana Atepi as Titana
Graziella Porta as Halite
Jolanda Granato as Aojiso
Laura Brambilla as Prase
Lorenzo Scattorin as Sulfur
Luca Ghignone as Sage
Maddalena Vadacca as Aimajo
Mario Scarabelli as Moldavite
Paolo De Santis as Miyamoto
Patrizio Prata as King
Renata Bertolas as Yuku
Serena Clerici as
Amelie
Kohaku
Stefania Patruno as Kimajo
Italian companies
ADR Production: LOGOS srl
Internet Streaming:
Mediaset Infinity
Premium Play
Arabic staff
Arabic companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Spacetoon
Arabic cast
(none)
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
(none)
Charmaine Cordoviz as Minami Asaoka
Hazel Hernan as Rinko Kōgyoku
Michiko Azarcon as Aoi Arisugawa

Grace Cornel as Garnet
Jefferson Utanes as
Akira Nanase
Keigo Taitō
Louie Paraboles as Dian
Marvi Medina as Sapphire
Michiko Azarcon as Ruby

Grace Cornel as
Aoisho
Ryoko
Jefferson Utanes as Mitsuo Kōgyoku
Louie Paraboles as
Hisashi Miyamoto
Sage
Marvi Medina as
Megumi
Mint
Raako
Raku Majo
Michiko Azarcon as Sayuri Kōgyoku
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster: GMA Network
Polish staff
Polish cast
ADR Director: Ivana Měřičková (Czech dub)

Theme Song Performance: Regina Řandová (Czech dub)
Regina Řandová as Minami Asaoka(Czech dub)
René Slováčková as Rinko Kougyoku(Czech dub)
Rozita Erbanová as Aoi Arisugawa(Czech dub)

Eva Miláčková as Ruby(Czech dub)
Ivana Měřičková as Sapphie(Czech dub)
Ludvík Král as Sage(Czech dub)
Michal Holán as Dian(Czech dub)
René Slováčková as Diana(Czech dub)
Rozita Erbanová as Garnet(Czech dub)

Ivana Měřičková as Mint(Czech dub)

Kristýna Valová(Czech dub)
Petr Gelnar(Czech dub)
Polish companies
ADR Production: DW Agentura (Czech dub)
Distributor: Řitka Video
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
(none)
Carla Garcia as
Minami Asaoka
Saphie
Maria Camões as Ruby
Sandra De Castro as
Aoi Arisugawa
Garnet
Solange Santos as Rinko Kogyoku
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: Canal Panda
Distributor: Luk Internacional (Portugal)
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