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Fresh Pretty Cure!
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Katakana フレッシュプリキュア!
Romaji Furesshu Purikyua!
Director Shimizu Junji
Zako Akifumi
Series Composition Maekawa Atsushi
Character Design Kagawa Hisashi
Music Takanashi Yasuharu
Studio Toei Animation
Network Animax, TV Asahi, Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (Japan)
Bang Bang (Albania)
TVB (Hong Kong)
Rai2 (Italy)
Anione (South Korea)
YOYO TV (Taiwan)
MCOT TV (Thailand)
Run February 1, 2009 - January 31, 2010
Episodes 50
Opening Let's! Fresh Pretty Cure!
Lets! Fresh Pretty Cure ~Hybrid Version~
Ending You make me happy!
[email protected] Together!!!

Fresh Pretty Cure! (フレッシュプリキュア!, Furesshu Purikyua!) is the sixth anime series of the Pretty Cure franchise. Directed by Shimizu Junji and Zako Akifumi and produced by Toei Animation, the series premiered on TV Asahi on February 1, 2009, succeeding Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GoGo! in its time slot.

The series' themes are fruits, clovers, card suits, and dancing.


Love Momozono is a second-year student at Public Yotsuba Junior High School. One day, Love goes to see the concert of a popular dance unit called Trinity and she is impressed!! Seeing Miyuki, the leader of Trinity, kick starts Love's dream to dance. However, because of the sudden appearance of a Nakewameke, the concert becomes a disaster!! Labyrinth intends to overthrow the town and control the whole world but doesn't that seem like a far-reaching conspiracy...!?

Love yearns to protect the people and see Trinity perform live once again. As a Linkrun is motivated by the strong feelings of Love, it turns her mobile phone into a transformation device turning her into a legendary warrior - Pretty Cure!! Along with Tarte and Chiffon, fairies from the Sweets Kingdom, Miki Aono and Inori Yamabuki, they use their power of love, hope, and prayer to defeat Labyrinth's evil plans.


For a list of episodes, see Fresh Pretty Cure! episodes



Pretty Cure

Character Voice actor
CurePeach Main.png Love Momozono / Cure Peach
(JP) 桃園 ラブ (Momozono Rabu)
(JP) Oki Kanae
The cheerful and selfless girl who is the unofficial leader of Pretty Cure. She is liked by everyone in town and hates to see others suffering, even if they are her enemy. Her alter ego is Cure Peach (キュアピーチ Kyua Pīchi), representing the power of love through the symbol of the Heart.
CureBerry Main.png Miki Aono / Cure Berry
(JP) 蒼乃 美希 (Aono Miki)
(JP) Kitamura Eri
The elegant young girl who is talented in several fields and dreams of becoming a model, though Pretty Cure and her friends always come first for her. She states she is "Perfect" at times. Her alter ego is Cure Berry (キュアベリー Kyua Berī), representing the power of hope through the symbol of the Spade.
CurePine Main.jpg Inori Yamabuki / Cure Pine
(JP) 山吹 祈里 (Yamabuki Inori)
(JP) Nakagawa Akiko
A shy girl who loves nature and animals, and aspires to become a veterinarian just like her parents. Her alter ego is Cure Pine (キュアパイン Kyua Paīn), representing the power of faith through the symbol of the Diamond.
CurePassion Main.png Setsuna Higashi / Cure Passion
(JP) 東 せつな (Higashi Setsuna)
(JP) Komatsu Yuka
After having fought the other three girls for a long time as Eas, Setsuna eventually joins them when she is revived as Cure Passion (キュアパッション Kyua Passhon) by Akarun and found out that she's the missing fourth Cure, representing the power of happiness through the symbol of the Club/Heart.


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Supporting Characters

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  • The mascots look quite different compared to the mascots that came before them. Furthermore, they do not end their sentences with a suffix, and the tradition of ending each series with four mascots ends.
  • The dubs shown in Hong Kong and Taiwan changed the term 'Angels' to 'Spirits'. For example, Cure Peach is changed into 'Spirit of Love!', Berry is 'Spirit of Hope', Pine is 'Spirit of Prayers' and Passion is 'Spirit of Luckiness'. In the original series dubbed in other Asian countries, the Cures were called 'Black Angel' and 'Snow Angel'.
  • The only dubs of Fresh Pretty Cure! are Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Italian and Thai.
  • In the second opening, a Nakewameke appears below the ground Soular and Westar are standing on; however, since the Nakewameke has a dark-red diamond on it, it means that Eas was the one who summoned it, but by that time she already became Cure Passion and left Labyrinth.
  • The fate of the Pretty Cure franchise once depended on the performance of this series, since it was an experimental work. If Fresh failed, it would have been the final season. If it had succeeded, the franchise would continue forever.
    • Fortunately, it had succeeded, thus the franchise still continues.
  • Unlike most seasons of the franchise, the areas affected by the battles between the Cures and the villains won't revert to normal even after the battles have ended.
  • Fresh Pretty Cure! is a first season to have Atsutoshi Umezawa as a producer until Smile Pretty Cure!
  • Fresh Pretty Cure! is the first season where the main characters go to separate schools.
  • Fresh Pretty Cure! is the first season to not have instrumental version of its opening theme during its fight scenes.

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