List of Ojamajo Doremi characters
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The following is a list of characters from the Japanese magical girl anime television series Ojamajo Doremi, known as Magical DoReMi in some countries. Where appropriate, names on the left are the original Japanese names whilst names on the right are from the English language adaptation of the first series by 4Kids Entertainment. This article uses the Japanese names.
- 1 Ojamajos
- 2 Witch World
- 3 Human World
- 3.1 Misora Elementary School
- 3.2 Others
- 4 Notes
The following are referred to as "Witchlings" in the 4Kids English dub.
- Doremi Harukaze (春風どれみ Harukaze Doremi?) / Dorie Goodwyn
- Voiced by: Chiemi Chiba (Japanese), Kasumi Suzuki (Ojamajo Kids), Amy Palant (English)
- The main protagonist. Doremi reflects a typical maho shojo: lively to the point of being noisy, a poor student, clumsy and careless though very compassionate, and has shown to be boy-crazy in earlier seasons. Her favorite food is steak, a running gag in the series being that she never gets the chance to eat it, and she often proclaims herself to be "the unluckiest prettiest girl in the whole world." Her name is a play on the first 3 notes of the musical scale: Do, Re, and Mi. Her fairy is Dodo, and is very much like Doremi. Doremi's theme color is pink and her crystal is a pink bean. Her personal spell is "Pirika Pirilala Popolina Peperuto", while in Magical Stage her spell is "Pirika Pirilala, carefree" (ピリカピリララのびやかに pirika pirirara nobiyaka ni?).
- Hazuki Fujiwara (藤原はづき Fujiwara Hazuki?) / Reanne Griffith
- Voiced by: Tomoko Akiya (Japanese), Miiya Tanaka (Ojamajo Kids), Rebecca Soler (English)
- Doremi's best friend since kindergarten. She is a shy, passive and sweet girl, and she tends to be one of the smartest students in her school. In quite a few episodes of Ojamajo Doremi, Hazuki and her classmate and childhood friend, Masaru Yada, are shown to have feelings for each other. Her fairy is Rere, a caring fairy who shares Hazuki's traits. Hazuki's theme color is orange and her crystal is an orange heart. Her personal spell is "Paipai Ponpoi Puwapuwa Puu", while her spell in Magical stage is "Paipai Ponpoi, flexible" (パイパイポンポイしなやかに paipai ponpoi shinayaka ni?).
- Aiko Senō (妹尾あいこ Senō Aiko?) / Mirabelle Haywood
- Voiced by: Yuki Matsuoka (Japanese), Chiharu Watanabe (Ojamajo Kids), Annice Moriarty (English)
- An extravert transfer student from Osaka who speaks in Kansai-ben. Her parents are divorced, so she lives with her father, a taxi driver, while her mother, a nurse, works in Osaka. She loves both her parents very much and wishes for them to get back together, even going so far as to attempt forbidden magic to do so. In the end, she and her parents move back to Osaka and lives happily with them and her grandpa. Because of her parent's messy divorce before, she knows how to cook and clean. Her fairy is Mimi, the toughest of the fairies. Aiko's theme colour is blue and her crystal is a blue diamond. Her spell is "Pameruku Raruku Laliloli Poppun", while her spell in Magical Stage is "Pameruku Laruku, proud" (パメルクラルクたからかに pameruku raruku takaraka ni?)
- Onpu Segawa (瀬川おんぷ Segawa Onpu?) / Ellie Craft
- Voiced by: Rumi Shishido (Japanese), Makoto Takeda (Ojamajo Kids), Jessica Calvello (English)
- A famous Japanese idol who became a witch apprentice of Majo Ruka, a rival of Majo Rika. She is cold-hearted at first, but becomes kind and selfless by spending time with Doremi and her friends. She lives with her mother, who used to be a idol herself before an accident traumatized her; she is now her daughter's agent. Her father, a railroad engineer, is constantly away from home due to work. Her fairy is Roro, who shares her "my pace" style of work. Onpu's theme color is purple and her crystal is a purple tear. Her spell is "Pururun Purun Famifami Fa", while her spell in Magical Stage is "Pururun Purun, elegant" (プルルンプルンすずやかに pururun purun suzuyaka ni?).
- Momoko Asuka (飛鳥ももこ Asuka Momoko?)
- Voiced by: Nami Miyahara (Japanese), Chisato Maeda (Ojamajo Kids)
- A Japanese American transfer student from New York City and was the apprentice of the late Majo Monroe. At the beginning of Motto Ojamajo Doremi, she only speaks English and is unfamiliar with the Japanese culture since her 6 years in America, though she is able to use a translator intercom with her patissiére uniform with which she can fluently understand and speak Japanese. She becomes friends with Doremi and the others, who teach her how to speak Japanese. Her most prized possession is an earring given to her by Majo Monroe before she died; in fact, she loved Majo Monroe so much that she even attempted to use forbidden magic to bring her back to life, shattering her crystal in the process and resulting in her continued apprenticeship under Majo Rika. Momoko returns to America at the end of the series. Her fairy is Nini, who can speak English when in human form like Momoko can. Momoko's theme color is yellow and her crystal is a yellow three-leaf clover. Her spell is "Perutan Pepton Paralila Pon", while her spell in Magical Stage is "Perutan Petton, refreshing" (ペルタンペットンさわやかに perutan petton sawayaka ni?).
- Hana-chan (ハナちゃん?) / Hana Makihatayama (巻機山花 Makihatayama Hana?)
- Voiced by: Ikue Ohtani (Japanese), Tsugumi Shinohara (Ojamajo Kids)
- A baby born from the Witch Queen Rose, a large blue rose in the Witch Queen's Garden that produces a new baby every 100 years as successor to the throne. Hana is given to Doremi to be cared for after she stumbles across her. In Ojamajo Doremi Dokka~n!, she transforms herself into an 11-year-old so she could attend school with her "Mama" and takes on the name of Hana Makihatayama. Hana returns to the Witch World with Majo Rika and the fairies in the end. Her fairy is Toto, who is as excitable as Hana. Hana's theme color is white and her crystal is a white sphere. While she doesn't need a spell to cast magic, she made up one for herself, "Pororin Pyuarin Hana Hana Pi".
- Pop Harukaze (春風ぽっぷ Harukaze Poppu?) / Caitlyn Goodwyn
- Voiced by: Sawa Ishige (Japanese) / Liza Jacqueline (English)
- Doremi's younger sister. She attends Sonatine Kindergarten for the first half of the series and then moves on to Misora First Elementary School in the later half. Pop accidentally discovers Doremi's magical powers in the first season and as such becomes a witch as well. She acts older than her age and is more responsible than her older sister. Her fairy is Fafa, who's shy and timid, but has a sisterly relationship with Dodo. Pop's theme color is red and her crystal is a red four-leaf clover. Her personal spell is "Pipito Purito Puritan Peperuto", while her spell in Magical stage is "Pipitto Puritto, cheerful" (ピピットプリットほがらかに pipitto puritto hogaraka ni?).
The Witch World is referred to as the Lunaverse in the 4Kids English dub.
- Majo Rika (マジョリカ Majorika?) / Patina
- Voiced by: Naomi Nagasawa (Japanese) / Lisa Ortiz (English)
- A witch owns and unsuccessfully manages the MAHO-dou. This short-tempered witch dubs herself Rika Makihatayama (巻機山リカ Makihatayama Rika) and lives in the human world. Caught by Doremi, she was cursed and transformed into a magic frog. Majo Rika later gains more witch apprentices, each a bit of a handful for her, thus leading her to call them (especially Doremi) Bothersome Witches (おジャ魔女 Ojamajo?), but in reality, she does care for them and thinks of them as her daughters. In the end, she goes back to the Witch World with Hana and the fairies. Her crystal is a lilac sphere.
- Dela (デラ Dera?) / Witch Conya of the Lunaverse
- Voiced by: Chichiro Sakurai (Japanese), Mollie Weaver (English)
- The Witch World Tax Collector. She visits the girls' and Majo Rika's Magic Shop often to collect monthly and overdue payments. Her entrances usually involve coming out of various objects like closets, from behind doors, or even from inside vases and cups. In the dubbed version, she has an accordion playing in the background while she sings her entrance greeting; in the Japanese version, her singing is more mystical and softly sung. She also shows up occasionally bearing deliveries for the girls, like their Witch Apprentice Certificates (Certiwands), or information regarding their tests. Dela rarely gives anything away (even information) without a price.
- The Queen of the Witch World (魔女界の女王様 Majo-Kai no Jōsama?) / Queen Lumina
- Voiced by: Yuka Imai (Japanese), Carol Jacobanis (English)
- The Queen of the Witch World, who hides her face behind a veil. She watches over the apprentices as they progress, also using her own power to provide Hana with the ability to transform. At the end of the fourth season, she is revealed to be Ms. Yuki, who had been following Doremi's potential and putting her on the path to become a great witch.
- Majo Rin (マジョリン?) / Amaretta
- Voiced by: Reiko Kiuchi (Japanese), Kelly Ray (English)
- The Queen's royal attendant. She also drives the Queen's carriage and is a loyal servant and apprentice.
- Mota (モタ?) / Drona and Motamota (モタモタ?) / Rona
- Voiced by: Yuuko Kawasaki and Yoko (Japanese), Jessica Calvello and Bella Hudson (English)
- A pair of witches, one fat and one thin, who serve as the proctors for the apprentice examinations. During the second series, they took care of babies named Deki and Dekipaki. They tested the girls in series 1 and Pop from series 2 onward. They both speak very slowly.
- Majo Ruka (マジョルカ?) / Patunia
- Voiced by: Mayumi Shou (Japanese), Caren Manuel (English)
- She first appeared when Majo Rika lost the Maho-do to Dela in a heated card game, who then sold the shop to Majo Ruka. After Majo Rika got her shop back, Majo Ruka retreated to a beach where Onpu happened to discover her in the act of using magic, causing her to turn into a witch frog. She then makes Onpu her witch apprentice. During the 2nd and 3rd season, Majo Rika and Majo Ruka are on mostly good terms. By season 4, she returned to her original form.
- Majo Heart (マジョハート Majo Hāto?)
- Voiced by: Fumie Houjou
- The head doctor of the Witch World, who manages the health examinations that Hana is required to pass during the second season.
- Majo Monroe (マジョモンロー Majo Monrō?)
- Voiced by: Ikue Ohtani
- A deceased witch who was Momoko's teacher in America. She befriended Momoko when she was younger, teaching her English and bakery, before making her her witch apprentice after being discovered and turned into a magical frog. She eventually passed away due to illness, leaving Momoko with an earring.
- Majo Vanilla (マジョバニラ Majo Banira?)
- Voiced by: Youko Matsuoka
- The head patissiére of the Witch World, who closely resembles Majo Monroe as they were born from the same rose.
- Majo Sloan (マジョスローン Majo Surōn?)
- Voiced by: Hisako Kyouda
- Director of the Witch Museum, who used to go on many adventures.
- Majo Reed (マジョリード Majo Rīdo?)
- Voiced by: Mayumi Asano
- Founder and mayor of a village for magical frogs, who is hiding the fact she became a magical frog herself.
- Majo Ran (マジョラン?)
- Majo Heart's foster daughter, who doesn't like to rely on magic.
- Majo Tourbillon (マジョトゥルビヨン Majo Turubiyon?)
- Voiced by: Mika Doi
- Generally referred to as the queen of many generations ago (先々代の女王様 Zensendai no Jōsama?). Majo Tourbillon was once the queen of the Witch World who left her throne in order to marry a human. However, her husband soon died in an accident, and because of her long lifespan, she outlived her son whilst her unchanging appearance caused her grandchildren to leave her. This left her with a distrust in humans and she became enveloped in sadness, sealing off the two worlds and placing a curse which turns any witch discovered by a human into a magical frog, so they would not go through the same suffering she did. Thanks to Doremi and her friends, she is freed from her slumber and undoes the curse, before deciding to return to the human world.
- Lala (ララ Rara?) / Laralie
- Voiced by: Megumi Takamura (Japanese) / Andi Whaley (English)
- Majo Rika's fully grown fairy. Unlike Majo Rika, she is friendly, mature, and more willing to help. Her human-world disguise is a white cat.
- Dodo (ドド?) , Rere (レレ?) (RaeRae in English) Mimi (ミミ?) , Roro (ロロ?) , Nini (ニニ?) , Toto (トト?) , and Fafa (ファファ?)
- The personal fairies of Doremi, Hazuki, Aiko, Onpu, Momoko, Hana, and Pop respectively, which they each received after passing their Level 2 Apprentice examinations. They have similar personalities to their owners and can transform into their appearance, generally to substitute for their owners to avoid suspicion, but they are only able to say their names. They can also be used to operate certain devices, during which they take a more mature form.
- Hehe (へへ?) / Falina
- Voiced by: Hiroko Konishi
- She is Majo Ruka's fully grown fairy and is the opposite of Lala, whom she doesn't get along with due to the fact that she calls Lala 'old'. She is the one who sent the e-mail to Onpu's fans in Ojamajo Doremi Episode 48. Unlike Lala, Hehe has blue hair and dark skin.
- Baba (ババ?)
- Voiced by: Romi Park
- The personal fairy of Majo Tourbillon who resides inside of a magical chest. She serves as the main clue pertaining to the items needed to awaken Majo Tourbillon from her slumber. She quickly gains a fondness for cola, often demanding it before sharing any information.
- Alexander Tagosaku Oyajide (アレクサンドル・T・オヤジーデ Arekusandoru Tagosaku Oyajīde?) Feredagio the Great
- Voiced by: Ginzo Matsuo
- A famous thief from the Wizard World. For his actions, he was trapped inside a notebook PC and forced to help the Ojamajos track down bad cards. He is later freed after fulfilling his duty, but soon attempts to kidnap Hana to use her power for the Wizard World. Afterwards, he is forced to work part-time at the Witch World's kindergarten as punishment for his actions. He has two main forms, one being a suave human form, the other being a small onion-like creature. He has a huge crush on Onpu and is the seventh member of her fan club.
- Fujio (不二雄?) , Leon (レオン Reon?) , Akatsuki (アカツキ?) , and Tōru (徹?)
- Voiced by: Tomo Saeki
- A group of young wizards, collectively known as the FLAT 4, who are tasked with trying to capture Hana during the second season.
- Count of the Wizard World, who is often in cahoots with Oyajide.
- Pao (パオ?)
- Voiced by: Mika Kanai
- A mysterious white elephant who Hana befriends in the fourth season. When Hana uses an accordion that was found around her neck, she has the ability to suck up the darkness caused by the thorns that had trapped Majo Tourbillon. She also poops valuable beads, though their worth is often balanced out by how much it costs to feed her.
- Fami (ふぁみ?)
- Voiced by: Kumiko Watanabe
- A mysterious girl who appears in the last episode of Na-i-sho. She is Doremi's future granddaughter, who traveled through time using magic.
Misora Elementary School
Also known as "Port Mystic Elementary" in the 4Kids English dub.
- Ms. Seki (関先生 Seki-sensei?) / Miss Cooper
- Voiced by: Nanaho Katsuragi (Japanese), Kate Roland (English)
- Doremi's homeroom teacher. A strict but otherwise cool-headed teacher who cares about her students. She has a boyfriend and owns a motorbike.
- Ms. Yuki (ゆき先生 Yuki-sensei?) / Miss Shannon
- Voiced by: Yuka Imai (Japanese), Kayzie Rogers (English)
- The school nurse, who has helped students from all across the world. At the end of the fourth season, she is revealed to be the true identity of the Queen.
- Yūka Nishizawa (西澤 優香 Nishizawa Yūka?)
- Voiced by: Yuka Tokumitsu
- The homeroom teacher of class 5-2 and 6-2 in the third and fourth seasons respectively, who was also Seki's underclassman.
- Principal (校長先生 Kōcho-sensei?) / Principal Hamburg
- Voiced by: Nobuaki Kanemitsu (Japanese), Pete Zarustica (English)
- The school's principal.
- Vice-Principal (教頭先生 Kyōtō-sensei?) / Vice Principal Shoople
- Voiced by: Yoshihiko Akaida (Japanese), Eric Stuart (English)
- The strict vice-principal.
- Ms. Hinako (ひなこ先生 Hinako-sensei?)
- Voiced by: Kanako Hibimatsu
- Pop's homeroom teacher during elementary school.
Class 1 (in 5th and 6th grades)
Former Class 1 (in 3rd and 4th grades)
- Takuro Hagiwara (萩原たくろう Hagiwara Takurō): He plays guitar, and his father, Tetsurou Hagiwara, was a member of Evergreen, a once famous rock band.
- Takeshi Hasebe (長谷部たけし Hasebe Takeshi): He had a confrontation with Yada, but later became a good friend. He is also Mutsumi's old friend.
- Ichiro Hirano (平野いちろう Hirano Ichirō): He cares for his younger sister, Karin.
- Koji Ito (伊藤こうじ Itō Kōji): Nicknamed "Zico", he is Kotake's good friend.
- Hajime Kikuchi (菊池はじめ Kikuchi Hajime): A boy who loves railways. He was once worried by the fact he does not have a dream for his future.
- Hiroko Kine (木根ひろこ Kine Hiroko): A girl with a strong sense of justice who she later becomes Dai Morikawa's good friend.
- Junji Manda (万田じゅんじ Manda Junji): Nicknamed "Junpe", he is the younger brother of two twins.
- Miho Maruyama (丸山みほ Maruyama Miho): Gifted in the visual arts, Miho draws a manga based on a story by Nobuko. Though conflicted with Aiko over her close friendship with Nobuko, Aiko helps her overcome her apparent inferiority complex.
- Sora Miyamae (宮前空 Miyamae Sora): He built a human-powered airplane called Stay Gold, inspired by the book of the same name.
- Dai Morikawa (森川だい Morikawa Dai): A boy who loves cycling. He helped Hiroko to get over her trauma.
- Kayoko Nagato (長門かよこ Nagato Kayoko): A girl suffering from school refusal who, from 2nd term of her 4th school year (2000) to around Christmas 2001, refused attend school because of her scolionophobia (fear of school), which was prompted by being bullied on a number of occasions.
- Masayoshi Nakajima (中島正義 Nakajima Masayoshi): A son of a policeman. He ran away from his home for a few times, although he does respect his father deep inside.
- Kenji Ogura (小倉けんじ Ogura Kenji): Although he is handsome, wise, and athletic, he tries to become a comic relief, forming the owarai (comedy) duo Toyoken with Toyokazu.
- Kotaro Okajima (岡島小太郎 Okajima Kotarō): A small boy who practices kendō.
- Masato Rinno (林野まさと Rinno Masato): A son of a doctor. He is smart but also arrogant. He matured later in the series.
- Natsumi Sato (佐藤なつみ Satō Natsumi): A daughter of a Christian church running family. She is Nobuaki's good friend, although their families suffer from a persistent conflict.
- Keiko Yamamoto (山本けいこ Yamamoto Keiko): She is a serious book officer, who later learns to be more flexible thanks to Hana.
Former Class 2 (in 3rd and 4th grades)
- Itoko Hamada (浜田いとこ Hamada Itoko) / Juliet Kojuro: The third child of six in the Hamada family. She is good at taking care of babies.
- Tetsuya Kotake (小竹哲也 Kotake Tetsuya) / Todd Washington: A childhood friend of Doremi, Kotake is brash and teases Doremi, often calling her "Dojimi" (a pun on the word "clumsy"). Though he can't admit it easily, he begins to harbor feelings toward her in Dokkan. He is also very kindhearted, though he acts differently around other boys, who see him as a leader. Kotake confesses his feelings to Doremi in the last episode of Dokkan.
- Mutsumi Kudo (工藤むつみ Kudō Mutsumi) / Melissa: A girl who loves wrestling. She is Hasebe's old friend.
- Nanako Okada (岡田ななこ Okada Nanako) / Autumn Harrison: Because she once lost her beloved pet, a dog named Lulu, she couldn't perform her animal keeping duties. Hazuki helps her overcome her trauma.
- Naomi Okuyama (奥山なおみ Okuyama Naomi) Gia: A very athletic girl who is often ridiculed by boys, because she is very tall. She has a crush on Yuji Sagawa of the SOS Trio.
- Kaori Shimakura (島倉かおり Shimakura Kaori) / Penny: A school newspaper reporter wearing glasses and who always bears a camera, and is a close friend of Reika.
- Toyokazu Sugiyama (杉山豊和 Sugiyama Toyokazu) / Stewart: A wannabe comedian who always makes jokes. He is a member of SOS Trio in the 3rd and 4th grades, and of Toyoken in the 5th and 6th grades. He is voiced by Michael Sinterniklaas in the 4Kids English dub.
- Reika Tamaki (玉木麗香 Tamaki Reika) / Josie Huffington: She is a rich girl with a very strong ego. She often quarrels with Doremi and others. Later in the series, she befriends Momoko.
- Masaru Yada (矢田まさる Yada Masaru) /Justin Bailey: Hazuki's childhood friend, Yada is often misunderstood. He appears to be quiet and loves playing the trumpet. Although he seems quite poor at handling social situations (something that improves as the series progresses), he is actually a kind-hearted person. This becomes more evident when a classmate, Shiori, has a serious disease, and he practices a new song for her to help her recover more quickly. Surprisingly, he is well aware of his special relationship with Hazuki, which appears to be somewhere between friends and lovers. Like Hazuki, he is also quite afraid of ghosts, sometimes even to the point of petrification. Hazuki teaches him the "Majo Rika" chant to help him mount his courage.
- Nobuko Yokokawa (横川 信子 Yokokawa Nobuko) / Belinda Higgins: A girl who likes to fabricate tall tales, though her classmates don't usually mind because they're used to it. She writes a fictitious series about a detective called Nobuo Tatekawa (縱川信夫 Tatekawa Nobuo), whose name is loosely based on her own, along with other characters inspired by her closer friends (like Hazuki and Aiko). Later in the series, she collaborates with Miho to create a graphic novel of her stories.
Class 2 (in 5th and 6th grades)
Former Class 1 (in 3rd and 4th grades)
- Kenta Iizuka (飯塚けんた Iizuka Kenta): To become more self-confident, he attempts to escalate Mount Fuji by bicycle with Kotake and some of the other students.
- Sachiko Ijuuin (伊集院さちこ Ijūin Sachiko): She is a model student. Because both of her parents are teachers, she always tries to be a good child, though severely restricting herself in the process.
- Noriko Kano (加納のり子 Kanō Noriko): A sober girl who surprises Reika with her breasts.
- Yuko Koyama (小山ゆうこ Koyama Yūko): She likes to volunteer and is able to use sign language.
- Yoko Manda (万田ようこ Manda Yōko): An older sister of twins. She is a tomboy who likes to make model aircraft.
- Aya Matsushita (松下あや Matsushita Aya): A daughter of a family who runs a sushi restaurant.
- Jun Sato (佐藤じゅん Satō Jun): Nicknamed "Satojun", he becomes a member of New SOS Trio.
- Manabu Takagi (高木まなぶ Takagi Manabu): A tall boy who is one of the few baseball club members of the school.
- Yukari Umeno (梅野ゆかり Umeno Yukari): A daughter of a family who runs a public bath.
- Mint Wada (和田みんと Wada Minto): Very studied and feminine girl who does not get along well with Aiko.
- Kazuya Yoshida (吉田かずや Yoshida Kazuya): He is an attention seeker who often gets Nishizawa-sensei into trouble. His father runs a taiyaki (fish-shaped cake) store.
Former Class 2 (in 3rd and 4th grades)
- Kota Amano (天野こうた Amano Kōta) / Keith Lennon: He loves the tokusatsu (SFX) series Battle Ranger. As such, he appreciates Onpu's acting in Battle Ranger rather than her cuteness as idol.
- Shino Hanada (花田志乃 Hanada Shino): Carey Wilson: A foreign-grown girl who often receives culture shocks from living in Japan, like Momoko. Among the places she has been, she really likes Mongolia.
- Ryota Hayashi (林りょうた Hayashi Ryōta) / Peter: He loves kaijū (monster) series.
- Maki Higuchi (樋口まき Higuchi Maki) / Shannon Marley: She is good at rollerblading. She also staunchly likes and supports her brother.
- Kanae Iida (飯田かなえ Iida Kanae) / Haley: A girl with an ample figure. Since her family runs a steakhouse, Doremi insists Kanae is her "great best friend".
- Takao Kimura (木村たかお Kimura Takao) / David: He is good at playing soccer, and is Tetsuya's good friend. He eventually becomes Marina's boyfriend.
- Marina Koizumi (小泉まりな Koizumi Marina) / Amanda: Though originally prompted by her mother's suggestion, she loves flowers and takes care of those in the school. She has a crush on Takao, who eventually returns her affections.
- Masaharu Miyamoto (宮本まさはる Miyamoto Masaharu'): Scooter: A very bright boy and one of the top students in his grade, he is on the honor roll. Though smart, he never seems to come in "first" at anything, prompting him to run against Tamaki in the class elections, which he subsequently wins. He also has a rather severe crush on Sachiko.
- Goji Nakata (中田ごうじ Nakata Gōji) / Nicholas Schmorff: A computer geek with a massive crush on Onpu, his idol.
- Shiori Nakayama (中山しおり Nakayama Shiori) / Suzie Williams: A classmate who appears sparingly in the first (and all subsequent) series due to illness.
- Yutaka Ota (太田ゆたか Ōta Yutaka) / Oliver: A member of SOS Trio. He becomes more serious when he is alone.
- Yuji Sagawa (佐川ゆうじ Sagawa Yūji) / Simon: A member of SOS Trio. This short boy has an inferiority complex to Naomi, a girl much taller than him.
- Shota Taniyama (谷山将太 Taniyama Shōta) / Phillip Taniyama: A boy who is good at shōgi (a game similar to chess).
- Michiaki Watabe (渡部みちあき Watabe Michiaki) / Mackenzie: Like his father, he is greatly skilled at show magic. He is voiced by Michael Sinterniklaas in the 4Kids English dub.
- Nobuaki Yamauchi (山内信秋 Yamauchi Nobuaki): A son of the Buddhist temple Yamauchi-dera. He is Natsumi's old friend, although their families suffer from a persistent conflict. Every season/year, all of their classmates go to Nobuaki's temple for a sleepover where they listen to scary stories and go on dares.
- Susumu Yanagida (柳田すすむ Yanagida Susumu) / Hanson: A fairly rotund boy who loves nothing but agepan ("fried bread"), a bread similar to a doughnut.
- Keisuke Harukaze (春風渓介 Harukaze Keisuke) / Mr. Goodwyn: Doremi and Pop's father.
- Haruka Harukaze (春風はるか Harukaze Haruka) / Mrs. Goodwyn: Doremi and Pop's mother.
- Akira Fujiwara (藤原明 Fujiwara Akira) / George Griffith: Hazuki's father.
- Reiko Fujiwara (藤原麗子 Fujiwara Reiko) / Mrs. Griffith: Hazuki's mother.
- Baaya (ばあや), real name Koyuki Ichikawa (市川小雪 Ichikawa Koyuki) / Miss Suki: The Fujiwara family's housekeeper and nanny to Hazuki.
- Koji Senoo (妹尾幸治 Senō Kōji) / Mr. Haywood: Aiko's father. He is voiced by Sean Schemmel in the 4Kids English dub.
- Atsuko Okamura (岡村あつこ Okamura Atsuko) / Miriam Haywood: Aiko's mother.
- Tsuyoshi Segawa (瀬川剛 Segawa Tsuyoshi) / Mr. Craft : Onpu's father.
- Miho Segawa (瀬川美保 Segawa Miho) / Mrs. Craft : Onpu's mother. A former idol, she is now Onpu's manager.
- Kenzo Asuka (飛鳥健三 Asuka Kenzō): Momoko's father.
- Minori Asuka (飛鳥みのり Asuka Mimori): Momoko's mother.
- Igarashi: Originally the team captain and often premier soccer player at Misora Elementary, he returns in later series as a coach due to an injury. Though often the subject of Doremi's infatuation (unbeknownst to him), he develops a relationship with Maki Takahashi, the soccer team's oft-reserved manager.
- Nozomi Waku (和久のぞみ Waku Nozomi), a.k.a. Non-Chan: A leukemia patient and Doremi's new found friend in the hospital. She appears and passes away in the twelfth episode of Na-i-sho.
- Keiichi Harima (有馬 健一 Harima Keiichi?), a.k.a. Anrima (アンリマー Anrimā?): Aiko's childhood friend from Osaka and her fiancée.