Ojamajo Doremi Dokkaan! Review

Ojamajo Doremi Dokkān! (おジャ魔女どれみドッカ~ン!, Ojamajo Doremi Dokkān!) is the fourth and final series of Ojamajo Doremi. The series was directed by Takuya Igarashi and produced by Toei Animation.
It was broadcast on TV Asahi from February 3, 2002, to January 26, 2003, and lasted 51 episodes. The series deals with the sudden growth of Hana, who has aged herself voluntarily and is given permission to become a witch apprentice.
At the same time, the former witch queen's curse has gone into full bloom, but the curse can be stopped if Doremi and the girls can remind her of her fondest memories, which involves the tedious task of recreating the gifts she made and received from her grandchildren.
Aside from using soundtracks from the previous series, the opening theme song for Ojamajo Doremi Dokkān! was "Dance! Ojamajo" (DANCE! おジャ魔女, Dance! Ojamajo) by MAHO Dou. The first ending theme song was titled "Watashi no Tsubasa" (わたしのつばさ, Watashi no Tsubasa), performed by Masami Nakatsukasa.
The second ending theme song was "Ojamajo Ondo de Happy-py!!" (おジャ魔女音頭でハッピッピ!!, Ojamajo Ondo de Happippi!!) by MAHO Dou and was only featured in the episodes that were airing throughout the summer. By episode 31, the ending song switched back to "Watashi no Tsubasa" for the remainder of the show. The final episode features a special all-cast version of "Watashi no Tsubasa" and was performed by the voice cast.
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