Tokyo Mew Mew - amiche vincenti
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Tokyo mew mew!
東京ミュウミュウ (Tōkyō Myū Myū)
shōjo, romance, fantasy,
Tokyo mew mew
Mia Ikumi e Reiko Yoshida
TV anime : The Vision of Escaflowne
Tokyo Mew Mew, conosciuto in Italia anche come "Mew Mew Amiche Vincenti", è uno shojo manga e una serie animata, creato da Mia Ikumi e Reiko Yoshida
La serie del manga è stata pubblicata dalla
Nakayoshi nel 2001 ed è stata anche raccolta in 7 tankobon dalla Kodansha. L'anime è stato creato dallo Studio Pierrot, in onda su Tv Aichi, in Giappone. Il manga italiano è stato pubblicato dalla Play Press, e attualmente è in corso una ristampa. C'è anche un seguito della serie, intitolato "Tokyo Mew Mew A La Mode". L'anime è stato mandato in onda dalla Mediaset su Italia 1, col titolo "Mew Mew Amiche Vincenti".
Una ragazzina di nome Ichigo Momomiya e
altre quattro ragazze (Minto Aizawa, Retasu Midorikawa, Purin Wong e Zakuro Fujiwara) hanno il DNA combinato con quello di un animale in via d'estinzione. Acquistano abilità speciali e un altro aspetto, scoprendo solo più tardi di essere destinate a proteggere la Terra dagli alieni (Kisshu, Pie, Taruto e Deep Blue, che hanno il potere di controllare i Chimeri). Contemponareamente, queste cinque ragazze lavorano al Caffè Mew Mew come cameriere. A complicare le cose c'è il
ragazzo di cui è innamorata Ichigo, Masaya Aoyama, che molte volte è sul punto di scoprire la sua identità come Mew Mew. Anche altri due ragazzi, Ryo Shirogane e l'alieno Kisshu, si sono innamorati di lei.
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L'anime italiano: Mew Mew Amiche vincenti
La versione italiana di Tokyo Mew Mew ha subito parecchi (e anche gravi) cambiamenti, come i nomi, le sigle, le colonne sonore, le censure, i dialoghi ecc.
Una ragazzina di nome Strawberry e altre quattro ragazze (Mina, Lory, Paddy e Pam)hanno il DNA fuso con quello di un animale codice rosso. Ricevono super poteri e un nuovo aspetto e infatti eccole apparire per proteggere la Terra dagli alieni, venuti da un
altro pianeta. Nello stesso tempo queste cinque ragazze lavorano al Caffè Mew Mew come cameriere. A rendere le cose più difficili a Strawberry c'è il desiderio di fare breccia nel cuore del suo adorato Mark, il ragazzo più popolare della scuola.
I nomi degli alieni sono Kish, Pai e Tart. Il loro capo è il misterioso Profondo Blu. Kish, Pai e Tart hanno il potere di creare dei mostri, i Para Para, che poi mettono negli animali,
per renderli più potenti sotto la loro cattiva influenza. Più tardi useranno le anime degli esseri umani, che poi combineranno con gli animali. Il compito di queste ragazze è quindi quello di difendere il mondo dagli alieni.
-Ichigo Momomiya(桃宮いちご)- è il personaggio più importante, una ragazzina di 11 anni (13 nell'anime) che ha il DNA fuso con il Gatto Selvatico di Iriomote ed è il primo membro
effettivo del Progetto Mew. Il suo nome giapponese corrisponde alla nostra "fragola". Anche se Kisshu e Ryan sono innamorati di lei li dimenticherà, partendo per la volta di Londra con Masaya nella 2°serie. -Minto Aizawa(藍沢みんと)- una ragazza ricca piuttosto snob ed è il secondo membro della squadra. Ha il DNA fuso con quello del Lorichetto Blu.
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The names here are the Japanese names and the names used in the English editions of the manga. In the original Japanese version, each of the heroines is named after a food. The Mew Mew Power names are mentioned at the end.
From left to right: Zakuro (Renée), Mint (Corina), Ichigo (Zoey), Pudding (Kikki), and Lettuce (Bridget)
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Ichigo Momomiya (桃宮いちご Momomiya Ichigo) - The first member of the "Mew Project" and the main character of the series, Ichigo is a 13-year-old girl (11 in the manga) who is infused with the DNA of an Iriomote Wildcat. Ichigo, a happy-go-lucky girl, originally wants nothing to do with the "Mew Project," instead wishing to simply spend time with her crush, Masaya. Later, however, she accepts her fate, realizing the
importance of the task assigned to her. Her name is the Japanese word for strawberry. She is about 4 ft 9 in. Ichigo is known as Zoey Hanson in Mew Mew Power.
Mint Aizawa (藍沢みんと Aizawa Minto) - The second member of the Mews, Mint is infused with the DNA of an Ultramarine Lorikeet. Although she is a bit snobby, Mint proves herself to be a good friend and a valuable team member. She is very admirous of
Zakuro, almost to the point of being obsessive. She is 4 ft 7 in. Mint is known as Corina Bucksworth in Mew Mew Power.
Lettuce Midorikawa (碧川れたす Midorikawa Retasu) -Lettuce is infused with the DNA of a Finless Porpoise. Though she comes from a supportive family, Lettuce is very timid; only after she joins the Mews does she gain the confidence she initially lacks. One of the
taller members of the group, Lettuce stands at 5 ft 2 in. She is known as Bridget Verdant in Mew Mew Power.
Pudding Fong (黄歩鈴 Fong Purin) - Pudding, the youngest of the Mews, is infused with the DNA of a Golden Lion Tamarin. Despite the fact that she has to take care of her many brothers and sisters, Pudding remains sweet and retains her childish nature. She is more or less friends with Tart, one of the aliens, and develops a slight crush on him.
Pudding is about 4 ft 5 in. She is known as Kikki Benjamin in Mew Mew Power.
Zakuro Fujiwara (藤原ざくろ Fujiwara Zakuro) - Zakuro, a mysterious, beautiful model, is the last Mew to be found, and is infused with the DNA of a Gray Wolf. At first, Zakuro is wary of groups, but she later decides to make an exception for the Mews. She does not talk much and has an attitude when provoked. Zakuro takes her name from the Japanese
word for "Pomegranate". She is 5 ft 6 in. tall. Zakuro is known as Renée Roberts in Mew Mew Power.
Masaya Aoyama (青山雅也 Aoyama Masaya) - Aoyama is a popular 7th grade boy who is concerned about the Earth's environment. He acts in a generous and goody-goody manner to make it through in life and to hide the fact that he hates most humans. He is Ichigo's boyfriend and crush, and unknowingly her protector, the Blue Knight, and alien leader
Deep Blue. He is known as Mark in Mew Mew Power.
Ryou Shirogane (白金稜 Shirogane Ryō) (His name is spelled "Ryo Shirogane" in the Singaporean manga) - The owner of Café Mew Mew, a super-rich high school student who seems to like Ichigo, after he opened up to her about his past. He has a pet robot, R2000, which Ichigo later named Masha. Ryou is known to be extremely smart and was the first
person to be injected with animal DNA (some type of cat) in the series. He is known as Elliot Grant in Mew Mew Power. It is speculated that he has an unrequited secret love for Ichigo.
Keiichiro Akasaka (赤坂圭一郎 Akasaka Kei'ichirō) - The gentleman of the males in this manga, he is known to be feminine and kind. Some of his actions hint at the fact he has a fondness over Ichigo, but as before..it depends on your view of him. In the anime he is
known to have an ex-girlfriend, and some drama due to his history's complications. He is like a fatherly figure to Ryou Shirogane, and was Ryou's father's assistant/apprentice in the anime as well as a loyal friend to Ryou's mother. He also helps to manage Cafe Mew Mew, and is Ryou's partner.
Masha - A pet robot created by Ryou to detect Chimera Animas and evil aliens. Named after Masaya by Ichigo. He is always with her. He is known as Mini-Mew in Mew Mew Power.
Berry Shirayuki (白雪ベリー Shirayuki Berii) - A Mew Mew who appears only in Tokyo Mew Mew a la Mode and the last page of the 7th volume of Tokyo Mew Mew, taking over leadership for Ichigo when Ichigo goes to England with Aoyama. Berry is the only member of the team who was infused with the DNA of two animals: An Andean Mountain Cat and the Amami Rabbit. Berry is 12 years old and lives just outside Tokyo. Berry's
Singaporean name is Berii. At the beginning of the manga, it seems like she has a schoolgirl-crush on Ryou. She later becomes fond of Tasuku.
Tasuku Meguro (目黒侑 Meguro Tasuku) - Berry's best friend who later becomes her crush then soon after boyfriend. He finds out Berry is a mew mew, and accepts it quickly. He is deceived by the Crusaders, giving off the impression that he hates Berry. Berry
pulls him out of the darkness, and they announce their feelings for each other. He and Berry help Cafe Mew Mew, by delivering deserts and such.
Ringo Akai (赤井りんご Akai Ringo) - A Mew Mew who appears only in the Playstation game, the comic that comes with it and Petit Mew Mew in Vol. 2 of Tokyo Mew Mew a la Mode. Ringo does not have infused DNA like the other Mew Mews; she wears a
necklace containing Mew Aqua that allows her to transform into Mew Ringo. The animal she represents is the Humboldt Penguin. She is about 12 or 13 and 4 ft 3 in. Despite the similarities and rumours, Ringo is not related to Ichigo.
Gateau - An alien that appears only in the Playstation game. He is described as being aristocratic and intelligent.
Miwa Honjo and Moe Yanagida - Miwa and Moe appear in both the manga and the
anime, though they show up more in the anime. They are loyal and good friends to Ichigo and they give her advice on relationships and on Masaya. Both of them have major crushes on Ryou and Keiichiro. They are known as Megan and Mimi in the English and Italian dubs, and are somewhat mean girls in Mew Mew Power.
Kish (キッシュ Kisshu) (Also translated as Quiche) - One of the aliens attempting to reclaim
the earth, Kish controls the alien parasites that turn their hosts into Chimera Anima. Initially, his sole intent is to save his dying race. Later, however, he loses focus of this goal as he develops feelings for Ichigo. He is known as Dren (nerd backwards) in Mew Mew Power.
Pie (パイ Pai) - Probably the most competent of Deep Blue's underlings, Pie is serious, analytical, and very dedicated in his pursuit of the Mews. He controls germs and has a fan
that allows him to use wind and thunder attacks. He is known as Sardon (as in 'sardonic') in Mew Mew Power.
Tart (タルト Taruto) - A younger, hyper alien who likes to have "fun" with the Mews. He is the only alien of the three who can control plant Anima, and is more or less friends with Pudding. He is known as Tarb (brat backwards) in Mew Mew Power.
Deep Blue - The leader of the aliens and the evil alter-ego of Masaya. At the end of the
seven-part series, he is killed by Masaya in order to save Tokyo.
Saint Rose Crusaders - The villains of Tokyo Mew Mew a la Mode, they are a group of humans who take control of the remaining Chimera Anima and intend to use them for world domination. The members of the group are Royal Highness/Aizuki Yuuzen, Happy Child/Utamaro, Blue Bayou and Sweet Juliet. Aizuki poses as a teacher at Berry's school.
Chimera Anima (translated as Kirema Anima in the first part of the American manga, and then into Chimera Anima during A la Mode) - Chimera Anima are monsters created when small blobby jellyfish-like things merge with an animal, a plant, a human spirit (stolen from people by the aliens), and even a Mew Aqua sample to make them monstrous and under the control of whoever creates them. When they are defeated by Ichigo and her group,
their host reverts back to normal and Masha eats the jellyfish thing. They are known as Predacytes in Mew Mew Power, and the jellyfish things are known as Predacyte Infusors.
Japanese Voice Cast
Saki Nakajima as Ichigo Momomiya/Mew Ichigo
Hisayo Mochizuki as Purin Fon/Mew Purin
Junko Noda as Zakuro Fujiwara/Mew Zakuro, R2000/Masha
Kumi Sakuma as Lettuce Midorikawa/Mew Lettuce
Yumi Kakazu as Mint Aizawa/Mew Mint
Hikaru Midorikawa as Keiichiro Akasaka, Piano Ghost (ep 4)
Kouichi Toochika as Ryou Shirogane
Megumi Ogata as Masaya Aoyama, Deep Blue
Akemi Kanda as Bad Girl (ep 3)
Akemi Okamura as Mariko (ep 30)
Akiko Nakagawa as Chancha (ep 20)
Moe Yanagida as Takashi (ep 19)
Akira Ishida as Shunsuke (ep 30)
Asuka Tanii as Hanacha (ep 20)
Ayako Kawasumi as Jacqueline (ep 29)
Daisuke Sakaguchi as Quiche
Fumiko Orikasa as Iruka (ep 19)
Junko Minagawa as Young Ryou Shirogane (ep 36)
Katsuyuki Konishi as Michelle (ep 29)
Kentarou Itou as Norihiro Edomurasaki (ep 16)
Kiyomi Asai as Tart, Announcer (ep 1), Bad Girl (ep 3), Honcha (ep 20)
Kouji Tsujitani as Doctor Shirogane (ep 36)
Kousuke Okano as Masazou Aoyamada (ep 8)
Kumiko Takizawa as Mrs. Ijuuin (ep 29)
Kurumi Mamiya as Momoka (ep 35)
Maria Kawamura as Rei Nishina (ep 14)
Masaya Onosaka as Asano-kun (ep 29)
Michiko Neya as Lettuce's Mother (ep 34)
Nobuo Tobita as Lettuce's Father (ep 34)
Nobutoshi Canna as Pie
Rie Etou as Mary McGuire (ep 6)
Rieko Takahashi as Ryou's Mother (ep 36)
Rika Komatsu as Lucha (ep 20), Pudding's Mother
Rina Mizuhara as Baya
Sachiko Kojima as Tsukiko (ep 24)
Satsuki Yukino as Kindergarten Teacher (ep 20)
Souichiro Hoshi as Seiji Aizawa
Takako Honda as Bad Girl (ep 3), Sakura Momomiya, Tochiya (ep 19)
Tomoe Hanba as 7Kanna Saionji (ep 32), Satsuki (ep 16)
Tomoko Kaneda as Heicha (ep 20, 33), Miwa Honjou
Tomoko Kawakami as Ayano Uemura (ep 39)
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Ron Yueping (ep 33)