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Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi
多く! 煩わしい魔法使いは私に関してする
Genre Magical girl
TV anime
Director Takuya Igarashi
Studio Toei Animation
Network TV Asahi
Original run 4 February 200127 January 2002
Episodes 50
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Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi (多く! 煩わしい魔法使いは私に関してする Mōtto! Ojamajo Doremi lit. More! Bothersome Witch Doremi ?) is an anime that is part of the Ojamajo Doremi series. Mōtto! Ojamajo Doremi is a direct sequel to Ojamajo Doremi # spanning 50 episodes.

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Plot

This series introduces Momoko Asuka, a Japanese-American mahō-shōjo (magical girl). The Witch Queen requests that the Witch Senate recognize Doremi, Hazuki, Aiko, and Onpu as skilled in witchcraft and thus make them witches formally, but several senators are opposed, stating that the girls will remain witch apprentices, and will once again be tested by their magical abilities. Their test concerns the use of pastries, so the Maho-Do is reopened as a sweet shop. Mōtto! Ojamajo Doremi introduces cell phones that help assist fairy transportation and help to communicate with Momoko, who can only speak English unless she is in her witch uniform. It also introduces the Magical Cookbook diary, with which they use to record the recipes that they create.

During the series, the former queen of the Witch Land attempts to stop Hana-chan from becoming too powerful by making her dislike vegetables, which are essential to Hana-chan's health and power. The Ojamajos try to help Hana-chan like vegetables again by adding them in their pastries so Hana-chan can gain her power back. An additional witch was rumoured to be added during this season whose name was Kurumi. However, this was heresay and was revealed to be a fan made character by the artist, Shin.

Music

Opening theme
"Ojamajo de Ban2" by the cast of Ojamajo Doremi
Ending theme
"Takaramono" by Yui Komuro

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