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HappinessCharge PreCure!

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HappinessCharge PreCure!
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Cover for the First DVD Volume released by Marvelous AQL, featuring the 4 main Cures and their fairy mascots.
(Hapinesu Chāji Purikyua!)
GenreMagical girl
Anime television series
Directed byTatsuya Nagamine
Produced byShigehaki Dohi
Tomoko Takahashi
Hiroaki Shibata
Written byYoshimi Narita
Music byHiroshi Takaki
StudioToei Animation
Original networkANN, TV Asahi (ABC)
Original run February 2, 2014 January 25, 2015
Episodes49 (List of episodes)
Written byIzumi Todo
Illustrated byFutago Kamikita
Published byKodansha
Original runMarch 2014February 2015
HappinessCharge PreCure! Kawarun Collection
DeveloperBandai Namco Games
PublisherBandai Namco Games
PlatformNintendo 3DS
ReleasedJuly 31, 2014
Anime film
HappinessCharge PreCure! the Movie: The Ballerina of the Land of Dolls
Directed byChiaki Kon
StudioToei Animation
ReleasedOctober 11, 2014
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HappinessCharge PreCure! (ハピネスチャージプリキュア!, HapinesuChāji PuriKyua!), also called HappinessCharge Pretty Cure! or Happiness Charge PC is a 2014 Japanese magical girl anime series produced by Toei Animation, and the eleventh installment in Izumi Todo's Pretty Cure metaseries, released to celebrate the franchise's 10th anniversary.[1] It is directed by Tatsuya Nagamine, who previously directed HeartCatch PreCure!, and written by Yoshimi Narita, who previously wrote for Yes! PreCure 5,[2] with character designs from Masayuki Sato of Air Gear. It began airing in Japan from February 2, 2014[3] to January 25, 2015, succeeding DokiDoki! Precure in its initial timeslot. The series' main topic is love, with the Cures' motifs are fashion styles and dance moves. It features trading cards, mirrors, and changing forms as important key elements.[4] It was then succeeded by Go! Princess PreCure on February 1, 2015.


The ruler of the evil Phantom Empire (幻影帝国, Gen'ei Teikoku), Queen Mirage, begins her invasion on Earth using an army of Choiarks and powerful monsters called Saiarks. All across the world, Pretty Cures are dispatched to fight against the Phantom Empire threat. Hime Shirayuki, a princess from the Blue Sky Kingdom (ブルースカイ王国, Burū Sukai Ōkoku), which was taken over by the Phantom Empire, joins the fight as a Pretty Cure named Cure Princess, but always finds herself running away scared.

Given a Crystal of Love by the Spirit of Earth, Blue, and told to seek out a partner to fight alongside her, Hime goes to the city of Pikarigaoka (ぴかりが丘) and randomly throws the crystal in the air, deciding to partner up with whoever it lands upon. This person turns out to be Megumi Aino, a kind-hearted girl always looking to help others, who is recruited by Hime to fight by her side as Cure Lovely. Using the power of the Pretty Cards and their changing forms, alongside Cure Honey and Cure Fortune, they form the Happiness Charge Pretty Cure team as they are given the task to collect all of the Pretty Cards and protect the Earth against the Phantom Empire.


The series was first filed by Toei in the Japan Patent Office for a variety of goods on October 2, 2013 and made public on October 24, 2013.[5] In an issue of Nikkan Sports' PreCure Shimbun newspaper, Dokidoki! PreCure's producer, Hiroaki Shibata, confirmed the series and series writer Ryota Yamaguchi confirmed Dokidoki! PreCure's 49 episode run[6][7] and that HappinessCharge Precure! will air in the beginning of February, 2014.[8] The project was then officially revealed in the January 2014 issue of Kodansha's Tanoshi Yochien Magazine.[9] The anime's form changing is also used in the ending and will make use of advanced 3D/CGI graphics and motion capture, which is used in the previous series' dancing ending videos.[10]

On January 3, 2014, Megumi Nakajima of Macross Frontier fame announced she will voice the series' main character, Megumi Aino. She stated that Pretty Cure was something she has adored for a long time, so it was like a dream to be allowed to star in it herself.[11][12][13][14] It is the first time she took another lead anime role after announcing her indefinite hiatus from her music career at the end of March 2014.[15] A day later, the first commercial for the series was aired at the end of episode 46 in DokiDoki PreCure!, showcasing Cure Lovely and Cure Princess' transformations.[16] On January 26, the trailer for the first episode is aired at the end of the final episode in DokiDoki PreCure!.[17]



The series began airing on ABC and other ANN stations from February 2, 2014, replacing DokiDoki! Precure in its initial timeslot with the Broadcasting System of San-in broadcasting on February 8, 2014. The first 34 episodes feature a special 10th anniversary message presented by one of the previous Pretty Cures in the franchise including the HappinessCharge Cures themselves.[18][19] DVDs and Blu-rays of the series were released in volumes.


The main characters of the series also appeared in the film Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 3: Eternal Friends on March 15, 2014.[20][21] The movie's single and soundtrack was released three days prior to the movie's premiere.

A spinoff movie of the series has also been revealed, titled HappinessCharge PreCure! the Movie: The Ballerina of the Land of Dolls (映画ハピネスチャージプリキュア!人形の国のバレリーナ, Eiga HapinesuChāji PuriKyua! Ningyō no kuni no barerīna)[22] was released on October 11, 2014.[23] The single and soundtrack for the movie was released on October 8, 2014 along with the anime's second ending theme single.


The series uses three pieces of theme music, one opening theme and two ending themes. The opening theme is "HappinessCharge PreCure! WOW!" (ハピネスチャージプリキュア!WOW!, Hapinesu Chāji Purikyua! WOW!) by former AKB48 member Sayaka Nakaya.[24] The ending theme for the first 26 episodes is "PreCure Memory" (プリキュア・メモリ, Purikyua Memori) by Hitomi Yoshida, whilst the theme for episode 27-49 is "Party Has Come" (パーティ ハズカム, Pāti Hazukamu) by Yoshida.[25] The single containing both songs was released by Marvelous AQL (later, Marvelous Inc.) on March 5, 2014. All of the theme songs are composed by Yasuo Kosugi except for Party Has Come, which is by Hizashi, and the background music is by Hiroshi Takaki, who previously composed DokiDoki! Precure's background music. The first original soundtrack was released on May 21, 2014 with the title PreCure Sound Charge!! Also, the first vocal album was released on July 23, 2014 with the title Hello! Happiness Friends! featuring songs performed by the main characters of the anime along with the theme songs. On October 8, 2014, the single for the anime's second ending theme was released. The anime's second official soundtrack was released on November 5, 2014 with the title Precure Sound Big Bang!! Also, the second vocal album was released on November 19, 2014 with the title Shining ☆ Happiness Party. In addition, a vocal best album was released on January 14, 2015.


A manga adaptation by Futago Kamikita began serialization in Kodansha's Nakayoshi magazine in March 2014.

Video games

The Pretty Cures debuted in HappinessCharge PreCure! are added in the new update of the Pretty Cure All Stars Data Carddass arcade game in February 2014. This update includes compatibility with the collectible PreCards. A video game based on the series, titled HappinessCharge Precure! Kawarun Collection (ハピネスチャージプリキュア! カワルン☆コレクション), developed by Bandai Namco Games was released on the Nintendo 3DS on July 31, 2014.[26] The game features all the Pretty Cures from previous series, with early editions including a download code to unlock all the Cures from the start and three exclusive PreCards.[27]


Throughout the anime's run, merchandise was released including watches, weapons, transformation items, cards, bags and many more. Most of them is by Bandai, the main sponsor of the series. Special PreCards was also released during the anime's course, beginning with promotional cards included in McDonald's Happy Meals in January 2014.[28]


  1. ^ "プリキュア:最新作は「ハピネスチャージ」シリーズは10周年に". MANTANWEB (まんたんウェブ). 2013-11-28. Retrieved 2013-11-28.
  2. ^ "プリキュアシリーズ10周年、新作で「ハピネス注入!」 (長峯達也) ニュース-ORICON STYLE". Oricon. December 26, 2013. Retrieved 2014-01-13.
  3. ^ "HappinessCharge Precure's 1st Ad Showcases New Heroines". Anime News Network. January 5, 2014. Retrieved January 5, 2020.
  4. ^ Nakayoshi January 2014 issue, Kodansha
  5. ^ "Happiness Charge Precure! Trademark Filed". 2013-10-24. Retrieved 2013-10-25.
  6. ^ "Producer: Dokidoki! Precure Anime to End by the End of the Year". 2013-10-21. Retrieved 2013-10-27.
  7. ^ "Dokidoki! Precure Head Writer: Anime Will Be 49 Episodes Long". 2013-10-21. Retrieved 2013-10-27.
  8. ^ "Last Precure All Stars New Stage Film to Open in March". 2013-10-26. Retrieved 2013-10-27.
  9. ^ "HappinessCharge Precure! Unveiled as New Precure Project". 2013-11-26. Retrieved 2013-12-17.
  10. ^ Otonafami, March 2014 Issue, Page 87, Kadokawa Shoten
  11. ^ "Megumi Nakajima, Megumi Han Star in HappinessCharge Precure". 2014-01-03. Retrieved 2014-01-05.
  12. ^ "Megumi Nakajima, Megumi Han, Haruka Tomatsu Lead "Happinesscharge PreCure!"". Crunchyroll. January 4, 2014. Retrieved January 4, 2020.
  13. ^ 2014年01月04日 06時00分. "中島愛、潘めぐみ…『ハピネスチャージプリキュア!』に全力注入 キャスト発表 ニュース-ORICON STYLE". Retrieved 2014-01-13.
  14. ^ "まめぐめも". Retrieved 2014-01-13.
  15. ^ "Macross Frontier's Megumi Nakajima Goes on Hiatus From Music". 2013-12-01. Retrieved 2014-01-05.
  16. ^ "HappinessCharge Precure's 1st Ad Showcases New Heroines". 2014-01-04. Retrieved 2014-01-05.
  17. ^ "1st HappinessCharge Precure! Episode Previewed in Video". 2014-01-26. Retrieved 2014-01-26.
  18. ^ "33 Magical Girls Star in Weekly HappinessCharge Precure! Shorts". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2014-01-18.
  19. ^ ""Happinesscharge PreCure!" to Include Congratulatory Messages from 33 PreCure Girls". Crunchyroll. January 18, 2014. Retrieved January 18, 2020.
  20. ^ "Last Precure All Stars New Stage Film Previewed in 1st Ad - News". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2014-01-13.
  21. ^ "「映画 プリキュアオールスターズ」最新作の予告で総勢36人大集合! : 映画ニュース - 映画.com". Retrieved 2014-01-13.
  22. ^ "HappinessCharge Precure Film's Setting, Date, Title Unveiled". Anime News Network. 2014-06-30. Retrieved 2014-07-01.
  23. ^ 「映画ハピネスチャージプリキュア!人形の国のバレリーナ」10月11日公開決定 7月19日前売り発売 (in Japanese). Anime! Anime!. 2014-06-30. Retrieved 2014-07-01.
  24. ^ "Ex-AKB48 Member Sayaka Nakaya Sings "Happinesscharge PreCure!" OP Song". Crunchyroll. January 3, 2014. Retrieved January 3, 2020.
  25. ^ "プリキュア:主題歌に元AKB48の仲谷明香 目標へ前進 - MANTANWEB(まんたんウェブ)" (in Japanese). 2013-12-27. Retrieved 2014-01-13.
  26. ^ "ハピネスチャージプリキュア! かわルン☆コレクション | バンダイナムコゲームス公式サイト". ハピネスチャージプリキュア! かわルン☆コレクション バンダイナムコゲームス公式サイト.
  27. ^ "HappinessCharge PreCure! Kawarun Collection 3DS Game Features All Past Precure Girls". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2019-06-25.
  28. ^ "「ハピネスチャージプリキュア!」が1月のマクドナルド"ハッピーセット"に早くも登場 | アニメ!アニメ!". Retrieved 2014-01-26.

External links

Preceded by
Doki Doki! PreCure
Pretty Cure
Succeeded by
Go! Princess PreCure
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