Happy Kappy

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Happy Kappy
はっぴ~カッピ
(Happi Kappi)
Genre Fantasy
Manga
Written by Rino Mizuho
Published by Shogakukan
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Shōgaku Ichinensei
Pucchigumi
Original run 2007 – present
Anime television series
Directed by Takuya Minezawa
Written by Tomoko Konparu
Original network TV Tokyo
Original run April 6, 2011 – present
Episodes 25 + 1 special
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Happy Kappy (はっぴ~カッピ?, Happi Kappi) is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Rino Mizuho about a nine-year-old Suguri Kinoshita, who loves animals and making fashion accessories. One day, while buying materials for accessories, Suguri finds an unusual rock which she thinks will look cute on a bracelet. But when she picks up it up, she discovers that the rock is a creature named Kappy, the three-year-old prince of Kapimeshia. Happy Kappy has been serialized in Shogakukan's Shōgaku Ichinensei and later Pucchigumi magazines since 2007. It was adapted into an anime television series under the direction of Takuya Minezawa and began its broadcast run in Japan on April 6, 2011 on TV Tokyo.[1]

Characters[edit]

Suguri Kinoshita
Voiced by: Rumi Ookubo
Kappy
Voiced by: Emiri Katou

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

Anime[edit]

No. Title Original airdate
01 "Wapi Kapidō Nattsu!!" (はぴカピドーナッツ!!)  April 6, 2011[2]
02 "Sora Tobu Guri-chan" (そらとぶグリちゃん)  April 13, 2011[3]
03 "Kappi no Otetsudai" (カッピのおてつだい)  April 20, 2011[3]
04 "Odekake kappi" (おでかけカッピ)  April 27, 2011[3]
05 "Dotchi ga umā ma?" (どっちがうまうま?)  May 4, 2011[3]
06 "Dokuroppi ga Kita!" (ドクロッピがきた!)  May 11, 2011[4]
07 "Sayonara Kappi" (さよならカッピ)  May 18, 2011[4]
08 "Sutekina Purezento" (すてきなプレゼント)  May 25, 2011[4]
09 "Hoippi Gaki Chatta!" (ホイッピがきちゃった!)  June 1, 2011[4]
10 "Guri-chan no Dai Henshin" (グリちゃんのだいへんしん)  June 8, 2011[4]
11 "Kaitō Kobara-chan!?" (かいとうコバラちゃん!?)  June 15, 2011[5]
12 "Kappi no Ama Yadori" (カッピのあまやどり)  June 22, 2011[5]
13 "Minna ga Ichidoni Yattekita" (みんながいちどにやってきた)  June 29, 2011[5]
14 "Hashire! Guri-chan" (はしれ!グリちゃん)  July 6, 2011[5]
15 "Chuchuburesu ga Kie Chatta" (チュチュブレスがきえちゃった)  July 13, 2011[6]
16 "Happī Naki Nenbi" (はっぴーなきねんび)  July 20, 2011[6]
17 "Kyanpu de Dai Bou-sō" (キャンプでだいぼうそう)  July 27, 2011[6]
18 "Min'nadetakara Sagashi" (みんなでたからさがし)  August 3, 2011[6]
19 "Chitchaku Natte Umāma" (ちっちゃくなってうまうま)  August 17, 2011[7]
Special "Kappi Daisuki!" (カッピだいすき!)  August 24, 2011[7]
20 "Koisuru wan-chan" (こいするワンちゃん)  August 31, 2011[7]
21 "Okashina Kontesuto" (おかしなコンテスト)  September 7, 2011[7]
22 (ふしぎなおもいでだま)  September 14, 2011[8]
23 "Kappi to Ōgenka" (カッピとおおげんか)  September 21, 2011[8]
24 "Mahō ga Tsukaenai!" (まほうがつかえない!)  September 28, 2011[8]
25 "Happī da Ne! Kappi!" (はっぴーだね!カッピ!)  October 5, 2011[8]

Reception[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rino Mizuho's Happy Kappy Shōjo Manga Gets Anime". Anime News Network. January 2, 2010. Retrieved February 23, 2011. 
  2. ^ はっぴーカッピ (in Japanese). Web Newtype. Archived from the original on March 10, 2011. Retrieved March 10, 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c d はっぴーカッピ (in Japanese). Web Newtype. Archived from the original on May 3, 2011. Retrieved May 3, 2011. 
  4. ^ a b c d e はっぴーカッピ (in Japanese). Web Newtype. Archived from the original on May 12, 2011. Retrieved May 12, 2011. 
  5. ^ a b c d はっぴーカッピ (in Japanese). Web Newtype. Archived from the original on June 10, 2011. Retrieved June 10, 2011. 
  6. ^ a b c d はっぴーカッピ (in Japanese). Web Newtype. Archived from the original on July 9, 2011. Retrieved July 9, 2011. 
  7. ^ a b c d はっぴーカッピ (in Japanese). Web Newtype. Archived from the original on August 10, 2011. Retrieved August 10, 2011. 
  8. ^ a b c d はっぴーカッピ (in Japanese). Web Newtype. Archived from the original on October 1, 2011. Retrieved October 1, 2011. 

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