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Kirakira ☆ PreCure a la Mode
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Promotional poster featuring (clockwise from bottom left): Cure Gelato, Cure Chocolat, Cure Whip (center), Pekorin (top), Cure Macaron, and Cure Custard.
キラキラ☆プリキュアアラモード
(Kirakira ☆ Purikyua Ara Mōdo)
Genre Magical girl
Anime television series
Directed by Kohei Kureta
Yukio Kaizawa
Produced by Akira Tanaka
Risa Endō
Yu Kaminoki
Written by Hitoshi Tanaka
Music by Yuki Hayashi
Studio Toei Animation
Original network ANN (ABC, TV Asahi)
Original run February 5, 2017 – Scheduled
Manga
Written by Izumi Todo
Illustrated by Futago Kamikita
Published by Kodansha
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Nakayoshi
Original run March 2017 – Scheduled
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Kirakira PreCure a la Mode (Japanese: キラキラ☆プリキュアアラモード Hepburn: Kirakira ☆ Purikyua Ara Mōdo?, lit. "Glittering Pretty Cure à la Mode") is a 2017 Japanese magical girl anime series created by Toei Company under the pseudonym Izumi Todo, and produced by Toei Animation. It's the fourteenth installment in the Pretty Cure franchise and the third series in the franchise to feature a 5-piece group since Yes! PreCure 5 and Smile PreCure. It is directed by Kohei Kureta and Yukio Kaizawa and written by Hitoshi Tanaka (Go! Princess PreCure, Dragon Ball: Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans). Character Designs are done by Marie Ino and anime cake and sweets designs are handled by pâtissière Junko Fukuda.[1] The series will begin airing on all All-Nippon News Network stations in Japan on February 5, 2017, succeeding Maho Girls PreCure! in its initial timeslot.[2] The series's main theme is Happiness and Imagination with the motif being based on animals and desserts and the dessertmagical girl similar to Creamy Mami].

The series' catchphrase is "Make! Eat! Fight! Let's La Mix all our Energy and Smiles!" (つくって!たべて!たたかって!元気と笑顔をレッツ・ラ・まぜまぜ! Tsukutte! Tabete! Tatakatte! Genki to Egao o Rettsu Ra Maze Maze!?)

Contents [hide]
1 Plot
2 Characters
2.1 Patisserie Pretty Cures
2.2 Fairies
2.3 The Kirakiraru Hunters
2.4 Family members
3 Production
3.1 Reveal
4 Media
4.1 Anime
4.1.1 Films
4.2 Manga
5 References
6 External links
Plot[edit]
Ichika Usami is a second year middle school student who is born from a family of Patisseries, but struggles to make anything good, especially Shortcakes. One day, she is about to meet her mother who has returned to Japan from her travels with her hand-made shortcakes until she met a mysterious fairy who fell down from the sky. Calling herself Pekorin, she was hungry and learned that evil group of fairies called "Kirakiraru Hunters" have been stealing Kirakiraru, the energy that resides within sweets and desserts. But when an evil fairy appeared, it took away the Kirakiraru from Ichika's shortcakes causing them to turn black and turn into a Hetenko. Since when things got worse, the feelings of her mother's love residing in one of Ichika's shortcakes resonated with her, materializing an Animal Sweet and allowed her to become a Legendary Patisserie, Cure Whip. As she fought over the evil fairy, she learned that she must protect the the world from the Kirakiraru Hunters that wanted it. Later gathering four other members, she forms the Kirakira Pretty Cure Team to protect the sweets and the Human World from evil.[3]

Characters[edit]
Patisserie Pretty Cures[edit]
Ichika Usami (宇佐美 いちか Usami Ichika?) / Cure Whip (キュアホイップ Kyua Hoippu?)[4]
Voiced by: Karen Miyama[5]
The main protagonist, a cheerful and confident second year middle school student whose family were renowned patisseries. She loves sweets and desserts, but struggles with actually making them as perfect or good as possible. As Cure Whip, she represents cheerfulness and smiles and sports a rabbit and strawberry shortcake motif.[6]
She introduces herself as "Cheerfulness and Smiles! Let's La Mix it Up! Cure Whip! is Ready!" (元気と笑顔を!レッツ・ラ・まぜまぜ!キュアホイップ!できあがり! Genki to Egao o! Rettsu Ra Maze Maze! Kyua Hoippu! Dekiagari!?).
Himari Arisugawa (有栖川 ひまり Arisugawa Himari?) / Cure Custard (キュアカスタード Kyua Kasutādo?)[4]
Voiced by: Haruka Fukuhara[5]
A shy second year middle school student who is hard-working and very knowledgable about sweets, often being referred to as the "Sweets Professor". As Cure Custard, she represents intelligence and courage and sports a squirrel and pudding motif.[6]
She introduces herself as "Intelligence and Courage! Let's La Mix it Up! Cure Custard! is Ready!" (知性と勇気を!レッツ・ラ・まぜまぜ!キュアカスタード!できあがり! Chisei to Yūki o! Rettsu Ra Maze Maze! Kyua Kasutādo! Dekiagari!?).
Aoi Tategami (立神 あおい Tategami Aoi?) / Cure Gelato (キュアジェラート Kyua Jerāto?)[4]
Voiced by: Tomo Muranaka[5]
An enthusiastic and brave second year middle school student who is the vocalist of a rock band. As Cure Gelato, she represents freedom and passion and sports a lion and ice cream motif.[6]
She introduces herself as "Freedom and Passion! Let's La Mix it Up! Cure Gelato! is Ready!" (自由と情熱を!レッツ・ラ・まぜまぜ!キュアジェラート!できあがり! Jiyū to Jōnetsu o! Rettsu Ra Maze Maze! Kyua Jerāto! Dekiagari!?).
Yukari Kotozume (琴爪 ゆかり Kotozume Yukari?) / Cure Macaron (キュアマカロン Kyua Makaron?)[4]
Voiced by: Saki Fujita[5]
A noble second year high school student who is known for her beauty, but can be quite selfish and arrogant at times. As Cure Macaron, she represents beauty and excitement and sports a cat and macaron motif.[6]
She introduces herself as "Beauty and Excitement! Let's La Mix it Up! Cure Macaron! is Ready!" (美しさとトキメキを!レッツ・ラ・まぜまぜ!キュアマカロン!できあがり! Utsukushisa to Tokimeki o! Rettsu Ra Maze Maze! Kyua Makaron! Dekiagari!?).
Akira Kenjo (剣城 あきら Kenjō Akira?) / Cure Chocolat (キュアショコラ Kyua Shokora?)[4]
Voiced by: Nanako Mori[5]
A gentle second year high school student who has a boyish appearance and a strong sense of justice. As Cure Chocolat, she represents strength and love and sports a dog and chocolate motif.[6]
She introduces herself as "Strength and Love! Let's La Mix it Up! Cure Chocolat! is Ready!" (強さと愛を!レッツ・ラ・まぜまぜ!キュアショコラ!できあがり! Tsuyosa to Ai o! Rettsu Ra Maze Maze! Kyua Shokora! Dekiagari!?).
Fairies[edit]
Pekorin (ペコリン Pekorin?)[4]
Voiced by: Mika Kanai[5]
A chubby and spoiled lamb fairy who loves sweets. The color of her ears changes when she detects Kirakiraru from inside the sweets. She likes mimicking cats and dogs and ends her sentences with "peko".
Elder (長老 Chōrō?)
Voiced by: Yū Mizushima
An elderly goat-like fairy. He resides in Mt. Ichigo. He take the form of a spirit following the cream explosion and entrust the protection of Kirakiraru to the Cures.
The Kirakiraru Hunters[edit]
The main antagonists of the series, they are the mischievous fairies whose goal is to steal Kirakiraru from the sweet foods and desserts.

Gummy (ガミー Gamī?)
Voiced by: Yūji Ueda
A dragon-like fairy who was searching for Kirakiraru to become stronger. He will become big when he absorbs Kirakiraru. He also love Kirakiraru that resides in the cake.
Henteko (ヘンテコ Henteko?)
The monster of the series, who are created by the commanders by stealing Kirakiraru from sweets and desserts, turning them black. It's name means "strange".
Family members[edit]
Genichiro Usami (宇佐美 源一郎 Usami Genichirō?)
Voiced by: Kenjiro Tsuda
Ichika's father. His hobby is martial arts.
Satomi Usami (宇佐美 さとみ Usami Satomi?)
Voiced by: Yuriko Yamaguchi
Ichika's mother. She works as a doctor and often gives Ichika sweets.
Production[edit]
Reveal[edit]
The series was first registered by Toei at the Japanese Copyright Office on October 25, 2016.[7] A month after registration, Toei opened a teaser site for the series with the catchphrase "Create, Taste and Battle!".[8][9] On December 26, 2016, Toei updated the official website with main characters and staff, alongside the two theme songs and the official release date, also marking as the third series in the franchise to utilize a 5-piece group. It was also confirmed that the main characters were all running a sweets shop[10] and although it will still feature battle scenes like its predecessor, Kira Kira will have a different style of fight scenes called Colorful Pop Battles in order to fit with the series's theme.

In an interview with the team behind the series, they expressed a lot of concepts being used and adapted in the series. The producers stated that the 5-piece team concept was used after 10 years in order to differentiate it from the previous series, Maho Girls PreCure! which uses the "Buddy Concept". The motif of the series was decided also by the producers due to the choices are being taken. Producer Yu Kaminoki said that "Running a Sweets Shop/bakery is one of girl's dreams when they grow up, and that is a good theme for the next series. However deciding on how fighting elements would fit in a Dessert-themed series is hard and is not compatible with Pretty Cure or any fighting girls series" and also stated "using Animals as a secondary morif could help balance the first motif of the series and is possible with imagination, to actually make the series work than just using Sweets as the series's motif". Also, the producer said that "Animal mofif would extend to the main character, Ichika, who decorates and creates desserts with an animal motif due to her huge imagination."[11]

While discussing the staff, the producer said that Kohei Kureta and Yukio Kaizawa were chosen to direct the series, as a way to lessen the burden in production due to coming up with newer concepts. Yukio Kaizawa was also chosen due to his work with Cure Flora and the Mischievous Mirror short film and that he said that he wanted to incorporate new ideas into the series as director. Kaizawa also stated that its his first time to direct a series in Toei's Sunday morning lineup since joining the staff and that directing alongside Kohei Kureta would be a challenge. Kureta was grateful that he can work with him. Despite working together, both directors will direct the series in different episodes and both will have responsibility for how the series will turn out.[11]

Media[edit]
Anime[edit]
See also: List of Kirakira PreCure a la Mode episodes
The anime will start airing on All-Nippon News Network stations in Japan, including ABC and TV Asahi, on February 5, 2017, replacing the previous series, Maho Girls PreCure!, in its initial timeslot.[6] The opening theme will be "SHINE! Kirakira ☆ PreCure a la Mode" (SHINE!キラキラ☆プリキュアアラモード SHINE! Kirakira ☆ Purikyua Ara Mōdo?) by Yuri Komagata, while the ending theme will be "Let's La Cooking☆Showtime" (レッツ・ラ・クッキン☆ショータイム Rettsu Ra Kukkin ☆ Shōtaimu?) by Kanako Miyamoto.[12][13] The music of the series is composed by Yuki Hayashi (My Hero Academia, Death Parade, Gundam Build Fighters).

Films[edit]
The characters of the series will appear alongside characters from Go! Princess PreCure and Maho Girls PreCure! in the crossover film, Pretty Cure Dream Stars!, which will be released in Japan on March 18, 2017.[14]

Manga[edit]
The manga adaptation of the anime will begin serialization in the March 2017 issue of Kodansha's Nakayoshi magazine to be released in February 2017.

References[edit]
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Jump up ^ "ストーリー&キーワード - キラキラ☆プリキュアアラモード-東映アニメーション:" (in Japanese). Toei Animation. Retrieved 27 December 2016.
^ Jump up to: a b c d e f "宇佐美いちか - キャラクター - キラキラ☆プリキュアアラモード-東映アニメーション:" (in Japanese). Toei Animation. Retrieved 27 December 2016.
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Jump up ^ "TVアニメ『キラキラ☆プリキュアアラモード』は2月5日(日)放送開始。キービジュアル・キャラクター設定なども解禁". moca.
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External links[edit]
(Japanese) Official website at Toei Animation
(Japanese) Official website at ABC
(Japanese) Official webite on Pretty Cure Channel
Kirakira ☆ PreCure a la Mode (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
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Futari wa Pretty Cure (Max Heart) Splash Star Yes! PreCure 5 (GoGo!) Fresh HeartCatch Suite Smile DokiDoki! HappinessCharge Go! Princess Maho Girls Kirakira a la Mode
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Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart Splash Star Yes! PreCure 5 GoGo! Fresh HeartCatch Suite Smile DokiDoki! HappinessCharge Go! Princess Maho Girls Kirakira a la Mode
Films
TV-to-movie Pretty Cure All Stars Pretty Cure Dream Stars!
Other media
Precure Kids Songs Ima Koko Kara Kira Kira
See also
Toei Company Izumi Todo Bandai Namco Holdings Marvelous Entertainment Ojamajo Doremi Sailor Moon
Categories: 2017 anime television seriesUpcoming television seriesManga series2017 mangaMagical girl anime and mangaPretty CureToei Animation televisionTV Asahi shows
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