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Heartcatch Pretty Cure!
(HātoCacchi PuriKyua!)
Genre Action, Comedy, Magical girl
TV anime
Studio Toei Animation
Original run February 7, 2010 – ongoing
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Heartcatch Pretty Cure! (ハートキャッチプリキュア! HātoKyacchi PuriKyua! ?) is the seventh Pretty Cure anime series by Toei Animation, scheduled to be run on February 2010.

Two heroines and two mascots have been revealed so far. The heroines are Tsubomi Hanasaki (花咲つぼみ Hanasaki Tsubomi ?) / Cure Blossom (キュアブロッサム Kyua Burossamu ?) and Erika Kurumi (来海えりか Kurumi Erika ?) / Cure Marine (キュアマリン Kyua Marin ?).[1] The two heroines will be voiced by Nana Mizuki and Fumie Mizusawa, respectively. [2]



Tsubomi Hanasaki is 2nd year middle school student that loves flowers and plants. One day, Tsubomi had a mysterious dream. There were flowers that bloomed on a great tree. Suddenly, all the flowers wilted and fell off. And then, because of that, the sprites took off.

Fast forward several days. After Tsubomi transferred to Myodou Academy[note 1], the sprites that she saw in that dream appeared before her! The sprites begged Tsubomi, "Become the legendary warrior Pretty Cure and defend the Great Heart Tree! Make everyone's Heart Flowers bloom!" Tsubomi refused, saying that such a thing was impossible for her to do alone.

However, a sudden attack from a mysterious enemy came, and the Heart Flower of her new classmate, Erika Kurumi, was stolen. To save Erika's heart, she had no choice but to become Pretty Cure and fight!

Tsubomi summoned her courage and transformed into Pretty Cure![3]

Episode List

This is a list of Heartcatch Pretty Cure! episodes.


List of episodes

Episode # Title Air Date
01 "I'll Change"
February 7, 2010
Movie DX 2 "Pretty Cure All-Stars Deluxe 2: Light of Hope, Protect the Rainbow Jewel!"
"Eiga Purikyua Ōrusutāzu Derakkusu tsū: Kibō no Hikari Reinbō Jueru wo mamore!" (映画 プリキュアオールスターズDX2 希望の光☆レインボージュエルを守れ!) 
March 20, 2010


  1. ^ This is an educated guess at the reading of the kanji for the school's name, 明堂学園.

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Preceded by
Fresh Pretty Cure! (1 season)
Pretty Cure Series
Succeeded by


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