Tropical-Rouge! Pretty Cure

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Tropical-Rouge! Pretty Cure
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Katakana トロピカル〜ジュ!プリキュア
Romaji Toropika Rūju! Purikyua
Director Tsuchida Yutaka
Series Composition Yokotani Masahiro
Character Design Nakatani Yukiko
Music Terada Shiho
Studio Toei Animation
Network TV Asahi (Japan)
YOYO TV (Taiwan)
Anione (South Korea)
Run February 28, 2021 - January 30, 2022
Opening Viva! Spark! Tropical-Rouge! Pretty Cure
Ending Tropica I・N・G

Tropical-Rouge! Pretty Cure (トロピカル〜ジュ!プリキュア, Toropika Rūju! Purikyua) is the eighteenth anime series of the Pretty Cure franchise. Directed by Tsuchida Yutaka and produced by Toei Animation, the series premiered on TV Asahi on February 28, 2021, succeeding Healin' Good Pretty Cure in its time slot.

The series' themes are the ocean and make-up, as well as motivation versus procrastination.


I'm Natsuumi Manatsu! I'm starting my first year in middle school in the city in Spring!

The day I moved to Aozora City, I discovered a secret in the ocean.
This secret goes by the name of "Laura", and she's actually...a mermaid!

In the ocean, there's a land of mermaids called "Grand Ocean",
however, a "Witch of Delays" who lives in the darkest depths of the ocean, deprived Grand Ocean of its "motivation power".
So now no one in Grand Ocean is feeling motivated anymore.
And it'll be horrible if motivation is taken away from the human world too...!

And that's why Laura has come alone to the surface to find the legendary warriors, Pretty Cure!

But a servant of this evil witch has come to the surface as well, and has captured Laura!

And the most important thing for me to do now is...
Use my motivation to tropically transform by using make up!
I've transformed into one of the legendary warriors, Cure Summer!

Even if we're Pretty Cure, at school, or doing club activities,

Let's all get tropical!


For a list of episodes, see Tropical-Rouge! Pretty Cure episodes


Pretty Cure

Character Voice actor
CureSummer Main.png Manatsu Natsuumi / Cure Summer
(JP) 夏海まなつ (Natsuumi Manatsu)
(JP) Fairouz Ai
Manatsu is an extremely energetic and motivated 1st year middle school student who moved from Minamino Island to Aozora City. She always acts before she thinks, and in any situation Manatsu says "I'll do what's important, right now!". Manatsu's most precious item is the lipstick her mother had given her. Her catchphrase is "Tropica-Shine!" (トロピカってる~!). Manatsu transforms into Cure Summer (キュアサマー), and her charm point is her lips.
CureCoral Main.png Sango Suzumura / Cure Coral
(JP) 涼村さんご (Suzumura Sango)
(JP) Hanamori Yumiri
Sango is a stylish 1st year middle school student who loves cute things. She is Manatsu's classmate. She's very kind, and can get along with anyone. Her family owns a beauty parlor, so she knows a lot about make up and cosmetics. Sango transforms into Cure Coral (キュアコーラル), and her charm point is her cheeks.
CurePapaya Main.png Minori Ichinose / Cure Papaya
(JP) 一之瀬みのり (Ichinose Minori)
(JP) Ishikawa Yui
Minori is an intelligent 2nd year middle school student who loves to read. She's an honor student with the best grades in her class. She has a poker face, so she struggles to show any emotions. However, she has a strong sense of self. She has loved the fairytale, The Little Mermaid since she was a child, and she knows a lot of stories about mermaids. Minori transforms into Cure Papaya (キュアパパイア), and her charm point is her eyes.
CureFlamingo Main.png Asuka Takizawa / Cure Flamingo
(JP) 滝沢あすか (Takizawa Asuka)
(JP) Seto Asami
Asuka is an athletic 3rd year middle school student with a strong sense of justice. At first glance, she appears to be cool and unapproachable, however, she is actually a very reliable big sister type. In fact, she really loves to cook and play cute animal games. Asuka transforms into Cure Flamingo (キュアフラミンゴ), and her charm point is her hair.


Character Voice actor
Laura Main.png Laura
(JP) ローラ (Rōra)
(JP) Hidaka Rina
Laura is from the land of mermaids known as Grand Ocean. She is the same age as Manatsu and Sango. She's very self confident, and is the type of person who will honestly say whatever is on her mind. In order to become the next queen of Grand Ocean, Laura searches for the "legendary warriors, Pretty Cure". She comes to the surface to live with Manatsu and the others so she can support them.
Kururun Main.png Kururun
(JP) くるるん (Kururun)
(JP) Tanaka Aimi
Kururun is a sea fairy from Grand Ocean. They are the current Queen's pet. Kururun always goes at their own pace, and their cry is "kururun~!" (くるるん~!).


Character Voice actor
Witch of Delays
(JP) あとまわしの魔女 (Ato Mawashi no Majo)
(JP) Igarashi Rei
Butler Main.png Butler
(JP) バトラー (Batorā)
(JP) Komatsu Fuminori
A butler who works for the Witch of Delays.
Chongire Main.png Chongire
(JP) チョンギーレ (Chongīre)
(JP) Shirokuma Hiroshi
He works as the Witch of Delays' chef.
Numeri Main.png Numeri
(JP) ヌメリー (Numerī)
(JP) Watanabe Akeno
She works as the Witch of Delays' doctor.
Elda Main.png Elda
(JP) エルダ (Eruda)
(JP) Takagaki Ayahi
She works as the Witch of Delays' maid.
(JP) ヤラネーダ
(JP) Mikajiri Nozomi
The series' main monsters.

Supporting Characters

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  • Tropical Pact (トロピカルパクト) is the transformation item. To activate their transformations, the girls must say the phrase Pretty Cure! Tropical Change!.
  • Heart Kuru Ring (ハートクルリング) is a ring that the girls put on their Tropical Pact at the start of every transformation.
  • Heart Rouge Rod (ハートルージュロッド?) is a weapon the Cures use to perform their solo and group attacks.
  • Mermaid Aqua Pot (マーメイドアクアポット?) is an item owned by Laura that she resides in and uses to travel to different places.



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  • Tropical-Rouge! Pretty Cure is the first series to start in the last week of February instead of the first week, making it the latest that a Pretty Cure series has ever started.
    • This is due to the hiatus that the previous series, Healin' Good Pretty Cure had to take because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The way the Cures finish off Yaraneedas strongly resembles the way the Suite Cures finish the Negatones. Possibly happened to celebrate Suite's 10th anniversary.

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