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Akazukin Cha-ChaAkazukin Cha-Cha ("Red Riding Hook Cha-Cha")Akazukin Cha-Cha
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Red Riding Hook Cha-Cha
Ayahana Min
Adventure, ComedyAdventure, Comedy
Black-hooded Yakko βŠ• Kurozukin Yakko βŠ•
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Dorothy βŠ• Dorothy βŠ•
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Leah βŠ• Riiya βŠ•
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Marin βŠ• Marin βŠ•
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Characters: Akazukin Cha-Cha

English Name
Japanese Name
English Name
Japanese Name
Black-hooded Yakko βŠ• Kurozukin Yakko βŠ• Princess Holy-Up βŠ• Princess Holy-Up βŠ•
Dorothy βŠ• Dorothy βŠ• Red-hooded Cha-Cha βŠ• Akazukin Cha-Cha βŠ•
Leah βŠ• Riiya βŠ• Seravi βŠ• Serabi βŠ•
Marin βŠ• Marin βŠ• Shiine βŠ• Shiine βŠ•
Orin βŠ• Orin βŠ•

Description: Akazukin Cha-Cha

Akazukin Cha-Cha is the story of a young witch-- around fourth grade-- who lives atop a mountain called Mochi-Mochi Mountain with her mentor and 'father' of sorts, Seravi. Her close friends are Shiine, an exceptional wizard-in-training, and Leah, a boy with the ability to turn into a white wolf, and they are constantly vying for her affections. Her other acquaintances, Blackhooded Yakko, Orin, and Marin, attend the same school that she herself does, Urara's School (literal translation from the Japanese name for the school). There, they learn to cast spells, conjure up potions, and survive their eccentric professors just in time to come home for dinner.

In the manga version, Cha-Cha and her friends are only young people learning magic at Urara's School, but in the anime, Shiine, Leah, and Cha-Cha each possess a magical item that allows Cha-Cha to transform into the magical princess Holy-Up. Holy-Up is an older version of Cha-Cha, who appears to be around 15 - 16 years old. She constantly battles against the dark minions of Daimaoh, a demon king whose past is intertwined with that of the Cha-Cha and even Seravi. Of course, there is still much room for the humor that's a hallmark of this series.

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