Magical Angel Sweet Mint
|Magical Angel Sweet Mint|
Title screen for Magical Angel Sweet Mint
(Mahō no Enjeru Suīto Minto)
|Anime television series|
|Directed by||Jūtarō Ōba|
|Produced by||Shinsuke Kurabayashi|
|Written by||Brother Noppo|
|Music by||Osamu Totsuka|
|Original network||TV Tokyo|
|Original run||2 May 1990 – 27 March 1991|
Magical Angel Sweet Mint (Japanese: 魔法のエンジェルスイートミント Hepburn: Mahō no Enjeru Suīto Minto) is a magical girl anime TV series produced by Ashi Productions and aired from 2 May 1990 to 27 March 1991 on TV Tokyo. The program aired from 6:00 - 6:30pm on Wednesdays.
- Series Organization: Brother Noppo
- Series Director: Jūtarō Ōba
- Original Character Planning: Nobuyoshi Habara
- Script: Akira Akeya
- Storyboards and production: Hiroaki Sakurai / Hitoyuki Matsui
- Music: Osamu Totsuka
- Character Design: Toshihiko Tsuru
- Production: TV Tokyo, Yomiuri Advertising Agency, Ashi Productions
Mint is a young girl who also happens to be the princess of the world of dreams and magic. The natural environment of her world is only a reflection of the dreams of the people on Earth. It is now in danger as people lose faith in their dreams and let darkness enter their hearts; this is causing the environment of Mint's world to wither and die.
On her 12th birthday, after a gala celebration with her father the King and her mother Queen Lime, she agrees to go to the world of humans to try to preserve people's hopes and dreams, and to prove that she has the qualities necessary to be a wise ruler. However, when Mint discovers that all of the flowers of the rainbow garden are blue (the color of sadness), she knows her task will not be an easy one.
Mint's father arranges for her to stay with his sister, Mint's Aunt Herb, who runs a gift shop on Earth called "Happy Shop". Mint is also allowed to choose two best friends who will share the secret of her true identity. She chooses a young boy named Plum and a young girl named Nut, because when she arrives on Earth, she realizes her father forgot to give her her aunt's address, and they help her find the shop. Her pet parrot Waffle goes with her as her mascot and to try to keep her out of trouble.
- Voiced by Hiroko Kasahara
Mint is a 12-year-old princess from Fairy Land and is attending school in the human world. She was born on February 8, 1970 (24721, Magical Era); According to the Japanese blood type theory of personality, she is an AB. She's 4 feet 10 inches (1.47 m) tall. She has a kind heart and a gentle personality. She is somewhat of a tomboy and full of energy. She can be selfish at times, though, and she has no sense of direction. Her accessories include the Mint Stick (her magic wand), Mint Compact (which is attached to her arm that turns into her wand and arrow), Mint Arrow (which changes her clothes just like Minky Momo), Star Accessory Earrings, and Star Necklace. Her incantation is, "Parieru Remurin Sweet Mint".
- Mint has an insatiable appetite, and can often be seen eating hamburgers and fries about anytime during the day, even in the morning. In between meals, she is often eating cookies and just about any other food she can find.
- Voiced by Sakiko Tamagawa
One of Mint's 14-year-old friends. Nut loves to read, is a great cook, and is very family-oriented. She can transform using a magical synthesizer brooch. She was born on February 17 , 1961; According to the Japanese blood type theory of personality, she is an AB too, likewise Mint.
- Voiced by Nozomu Sasaki
One of Mint's friends. Plum has extreme vertigo, is a bit of a flirt, and only has eyes for pretty girls. He is a quick thinker and helped Mint get out of some trouble with the police. He first appears as a young girl named Kurumi ("Walnut"). He has a magical pendant. He was born on May 21, 1970; According to the Japanese blood type theory of personality, he is an B.
Titles in other languages
- Chinese: 歡歡仙子 (Taiwan), 魔法天使 (Hong Kong)
- Indonesian: Sweet Mint
- Italian: Dolceluna
- Korean: 스위트민트 (1992 video version), 뾰로롱 꼬마마녀 (1995 KBS version)
- Portuguese: As Aventuras Mágicas de Mint (Brazil only.)
- Spanish: Dulce Luna (Adapted from the Italian version.) (Spain only.)