The sale of the “Movie Ticket with Special Booklet & Clip” for the movie “Looking for Magical Doremi”, the work to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Magical DoReMi, has started.
Moreover, the new cut-scenes of Mt. Hidataka and Nara, the places affiliated with “DoReMi” and the places that the heroines travel to, have been revealed.

The “Movie Ticket with Special Booklet & Clip” is only available at major online website from Sep. 4.
The special booklet is a book that contains information, including the story of this movie, characters' introduction, an article by the anime evaluator, Fujitsu Ryouta, and the production note based on the interview with the directors Satou Junichi and Kamatani Haruka, the script writer Kuriyama Midori, and the character designer & chief animation director, Umakoshi Yoshihiko.

For the clip, it is a pink clip with the Magical DoReMi's 20th-anniversary mark. As it is a large sized, it can be used to hold the document for work or used as a design accent in the room.
The “Movie Ticket with Special Booklet & Clip” is priced at 2,000 JPY (delivery fees excluded).

The travels of Sora, Mire, and Reika visiting Mt. Hidataka and Nara, the place affiliated with “Magical DoReMi” can be seen from the revealed cut-scenes.

The first place that the three of them visited, Mt. Hidataka at Gifu Prefecture is featured in the movie “More! Ojamajo Doremi: Secret of the Frog Stone” (2001) and it the place where Doremi and the others paid a visit to Doremi's grandfather's house.
The cut-scenes depicts the “Takayama Matsuri Yatai Kaikan ” that exhibit the yatai (floats) of “Takayama Festival”, one of Japan three most beautiful festivals and is held on Apr. & Oct. each year, and the old Japanese-style house that will remind you of Doremi's grandfather house.

Then, after the three deepen their relationship, they travel to Nara, which is the destination of the Doremi and the others' school trip that is featured on episode 11 “Nara! A Fated Meeting” of “Useless Witch Doremi Kaboom!”.
While being guided by the university student, Oomiya, who they encounter in the middle of their trip and fans of “Magical DoReMi!”, they visited Nandaimon Gate, Todaiji, and Nara Park where Doremi and the others took their class photos.

The movie “Looking for Witch Apprentices” to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Magical DoReMi, will be released nationwide on Nov. 13, 2020.

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