Hime-chan's Ribbon (1992– )

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A series about a tomboyish junior high school student that is given a magic ribbon that she is to keep for one year, allowing her to temporarily transform into anyone she wishes.


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19 June 2016 | ja_kitty_71
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| Another adorable anime with a wonderful story and animation
This series is another adorable "magic girl" anime I love. I vaguely remember watching the first two episodes online; I just didn't remember when. But I am fortunate to watch the series on YouTube.

Anyway, the story goes like this: 12-year-old, tomboyish Himeko Nonohara was visited one night by a pretty girl who looks exactly like her with flowing hair. Her name is Erika and she is a princess from a magic kingdom quite similar to the one in "Sally the Witch." She had come to give Himeko a magic ribbon/bracelet she had made for her to try. For the testing of a magical invention made by a member of the royal family is part of a test to qualify for the throne. Well the ribbon gives Hime the power to change into somebody, so long as she stands in front of a mirror. The ribbon also makes Hime's cherish stuffed lion Pokota come to life to help her in many misadventures that follow. So, that is all I could you folks.

I really love the friendship Hime shares with Pokota and Erika; I thought it's so sweet. So all in all, I love every bit of this adorable series with its wonderful story and animation. I hope someday the series would be released on North American DVD and the manga in English as well.

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2 October 1992

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Japanese


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Japan

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