Her Pretty Cure partner is Cure Magical.
- 1 Bio
- 2 History
- 3 Cure Miracle
- 4 Songs
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 References
Mirai has purple eyes and short curled blonde hair, loose with a portion tied up into a heart-shaped bun held by a pink bow. On each side of the head is a braid pulled back. She wears a light pink top and light blue shorts, pink shoes, and white knee-socks. For summer, she wears a pink top with a pale yellow shirt underneath, along with a blue puffy skirt with two magenta hearts on either side. Her sandals are pink with yellow ribbons on top. In winter, she wears a hot pink turtleneck with indigo overalls, slate stockings, pink boots, and a pink jacket.
In the movie, she wears a pale green top under a pink and white jacket, yellow shorts, white frilly socks and red boots. For the festival, her hair is braided with bows and she wears a pink dress with white gloves and blue shoes.
When she is older, her hairstyle remains the same but is slightly longer. She also wears a pink and white blouse and a knee-length light blue skirt. She also wears magenta flats with little bows in the front.
As Cure Miracle, her eyes turn light purple and she gets taller, with her hair lengthening and turning bright blonde. Part of it is styled in a ponytail on the right side of her head held by a magenta bow. She also wears a pink headband with a small witch hat and pearly earrings. Her dress is off-white at the top and fuchsia toward the bottom. It also has a magenta ribbon with a light pink gem and light pink lace on top, The top part of the skirt is longer on the left, with a gold chain with three spheres circling it and longer pink and white layers. Her boots are white with light pink toetips and her gloves are white, with gold bracelets on each wrist and ankle. She wears the bracelets in all of her forms.
In Ruby Style, her hair is pulled into twin-tails held by light red bows. Her headband turns red and her hat remains pink with a heart hanging from the bottom to match her earrings. She wears a red and white dress with puffy sleeves and dark red ribbons. On the left corner is a red and white bow accented with a ruby gem. The skirt has a thick white ruffle held by dark red ribbon with a bow resembling the one on her chest. She also wears a red and white bow choker, white elbow-length gloves, white stockings, and dark red Mary-Janes with a heart on each side.
In Sapphire Style, her hair is pulled into a curly ponytail with a braid going down the side, held by a pink heart band. Holding it up is a sky blue and pink heart-shaped decoration, along with a light blue headband. Her hat remains pink but gains a wing and her earrings are blue. She wears a light pink cropped top and a matching knee-length skirt with her normal gold ring circling her waist with a gold heart attached. Over it is a blue sleeveless dress that splits down the middle like a coat adorned by a sapphire gem with a fuchsia sash and yellow tassels. Around her arms is a white scarf, and she wears light blue finger-less gloves with a ring on the middle finger. She wears gold sandals with matching anklets.
In Topaz Style, Miracle's hair is worn in a pair of large braided rings held by a pair of light blue and pink candies. Her headband and earrings are yellow. She wears a yellow dress with puffy sleeves. The dress contains a yellow vest with a dark orange ribbon with a yellow topaz gem. Her skirt is different shades of yellow with a balloon-like layer underneath it. On each side is a turquoise and light purple candy with a large yellow ribbon in the back. Her shoes are dark orange and light yellow and decorated with a gold candy along with cream-colored stockings. Her wristbands are frilly and her choker is golden yellow with a pink heart.
In Alexandrite Style, Miracle's appearance resembles her Dia Style but with various differences. Her hair grows out more and the ring around her ponytail separates. Her hat grows in size and is accented with a turquoise bow, a red rose and various charms. Her top turns light pink with fuchsia accents and white bows and ruffles. The sleeves are puffier with a winged cuff. The skirt layers are now even length with an additional light pink layer, with a longer white layer reaching her ankles with pink ribbons and various charms. She also has a long pink and white cape, and a pair of white and pink cuffs with a ring on each middle finger. Her boots are light pink with a gold ring around the right ankle and a hot pink ribbon tied on the left.
Her Heartful Style is a slightly modified variant of Alexandrite Style, with the top of her hat turned pale pink and the bow replaced by a big pink heart with light pink wings. The fuchsia ring turns into a large gold heart. Her dress keeps its shape but is now light pink with pink lining, and the bow of her chest is wing-shaped, as are the ones on the long part of the skirt. The gold rings circling her grow and form a heart. Her boots turn off-white with the same ornaments, but the ankle ribbon is pink. She has wings instead of a cape.
As Super Cure Miracle, her hair grows in length and is worn in a pair of low twin-tails held by gold decorations as well as multiple loose curls. Her hat remains the same aside from a bigger headband, and she wears different earrings and a hot pink choker. Her top gets longer, with the bows on the chest staying the same while her ribbon grows in size and has an alternate decoration. She wears a thick hot pink belt with a gold heart in the middle, and her sleeves grow. Her skirt reaches her lower leg, with the back slightly longer. Her gloves grow longer while her boots get shorter with a wing cuff at the top. She gets large angel-like wings.
Mirai is a thirteen-year-old girl who is just about to enter her second year at middle school. She's a strange, funny, lovely and energetic girl who is interested in various things. Her stuffed bear Mofurun that was given to her by her grandmother, Kanoko, is very important to her and she admires Riko a lot. Her goal is to study magic she loves while trying to gain Riko's admiration.
Izayoi Riko - Mirai and Riko meet by chance in the No Magic World, and they soon notice they have the same pendants, making them both curious. After being attacked by Batty, the two girls transform into Pretty Cure to defeat his Yokubaru. After this they travel to the Magic World and Mirai enrolls into the Magic School class that Riko attends. As Pretty Cure partners, they soon build an unseperable bond. This bond grows over the course of the series, with Riko temporarily enrolling in Mirai's school as well. It is also strengthened by them taking responsibility and raising Ha-chan.
In the manga, her relationship with Riko is romantic and they raise Ha-chan like a lovey-dovey couple.
Mofurun - Mofurun is Mirai's teddy bear that her grandmother gave her on her first birthday. Mofurun means a lot to Mirai that she even wished she could talk to it. After meeting Riko and becoming Pretty Cure, Mofurun came to life which made Mirai very happy.
Ha-chan - Ha-chan was born into Mirai's hands and she helped raise her along with Riko and Mofurun. Mirai cares deeply about Ha-chan and was happy to reunite with her after their battle with Dokurokushe.
Yuki Kanoko - Kanoko is Mirai's grandmother who also gave her Mofurun, one of Mirai's best friends. Kanoko also has a very tight bond with Mirai.
Mirai (みらい?): Mirai has only one meaning which is 'future'.
Miracle means an effect or extraordinary event in the physical world that surpasses all known human or natural powers and is ascribed to a supernatural cause.
Mirai is up one night, noticing how big the moon looks and runs out to her balcony. She suddenly spots something flying around spinning out of control until it falls into the trees. Mirai decides to head out and look for it, only to be stopped by her mother, who asks her where she is going. Mirai tries to tell her mother about what she saw, only to get told she shouldn't stay up late even if she's on spring break.
The next morning, Mirai is still wondering what she could have seen that night. Her grandmother suggests it was a magician flying on a broom which excites Mirai even more. Seeing her daughter so eager, her mother lets her go and search for it. She then tells Mirai to pick out a pendant that she likes as a reward for helping her with housework. She chooses a pink diamond-shaped one and puts it on her neck. She then hurries outside with her teddy bear, Mofurun, in a basket with her. As she's walking through the park, Mofurun falls onto the ground without Mirai noticing. She then hears a voice that tells her she dropped something, turning around she runs back to pick it up. She then thanks the person who told her only to not see anyone until she looks up and sees a girl riding on a broom. She chases after her and introduces herself. The magician tells her she has no time and that she's in a hurry. She then speaks the magic words "Cure Up! Ra-pa-pa!" and takes off on the broom once more as Mirai grabs on and tells her not to leave. The magician runs out of energy and the broom loses its magic. As both girls start to fall, Mirai's pendant begins to glow and she notices the magician has the same one but in purple. They both float in the air for a while as they are both surprised that they have the same pendant but soon fall back down after realizing they are hungry.
Mirai treats the magician to strawberry melon bread to restore her energy and asks if she can ride her broom. The magician tells her that it's only supposed to be used by one person but since she helped her with getting something to eat, she decides to show Mirai some magic. She demonstrates it with her magic wand on a cat, trying to make it speak but is only able to make it yap and say "blah, blah" repeatedly. Mirai suggests for the magician to use her magic on Mofurun. She tells Mirai that it's impossible because toys can't talk in the first place. Mirai tells her that her grandmother gave Mofurun to her when she was born so they are like siblings and she wishes she was able to talk to it. She thanks the magician again and she tells her that her name is Riko.
Becoming Pretty Cure
Riko decides to part ways with Mirai and searches for what she is looking for but Mirai decides to tag along anyway, wondering why both their pendants where shining. They are then approached by a mysterious person named Batty, who is looking for the Linkle Stone Emerald. Riko asks him what he knows about the Linkle Stones but Mirai feels a dangerous presence from the person and runs away, dragging Riko with her. But Batty appears in front of them again, talks about the Linkle Stones and decides to attack the girls. Riko activates her magic broom and tries to get away with Mirai. Batty catches up to them and summons a Yokubaru from a nearby truck and flies after them. Mofurun is blown away from Mirai's basket from the wind and Riko catches it but is knocked off her broom by the Yokubaru. Mirai manages to grab her hand in time but falls off the broom while still holding onto it. Batty mocks Riko about not being able to do anything from the start and she begins chanting "Cure Up! Ra-pa-pa! Monster go far away!" Batty laughs at her but Mirai joins in and chants with Riko.
As they grip their hands and chant the magic words one more time, their pink and purple pendants turn to golden ones as Mofurun's appearance changes. By inserting their pendants into Mofurun's bow-tie, the girls then transform into Pretty Cure, Cure Miracle and Cure Magical. They manage to dodge the Yokubaru's attacks and soon Batty retreats. After they turn back to normal, Mirai looks for Mofurun and finds out he is now living and able to speak. Riko takes Mirai to the station saying she needs to return to her school and tell someone about what happened. She uses a special card to change the train station's appearance so that they will be able to go to the Magic World's Magic School.
Arriving at the Magic School
As both girls are on their way to the Magic World on a magic train pulled by a giant snail named Snailiner, Riko wonders how Mofurun is now able to speak. Mofurun says he just really wanted to talk with Mirai. Riko guesses that it must be connected to them become Pretty Cure. Mirai asks Riko what Pretty Cure are and Riko tells her that they are the magicians of legend. Riko then treats Mirai to a frozen orange and decides to show Mirai more of her magic by thawing it out but only manages to do so halfway as Mirai mentions it's still cold and hard, yet tasty.
After finally reaching the Magic School, Mirai mentions how Riko's wand is amazing and that she wants one too, but Riko tells her that magic wands are only given to magicians from birth. The Kyoto then appears and scolds Riko for leaving the Magic World and bringing a human with her without permission. Riko quickly tells her that she and Mirai became Pretty Cure but she does not believe her and tells her she will be discussing her punishment with the Kouchou. She tells Riko to wait in the classroom or else she will be expelled. Mirai feels that it's her fault but Riko tells her it's not and admits she is not good at magic and decided to travel to the No Magic World to find the Linkle Stone Emerald to impress her professors. After receiving confidence from Mofurun and her glowing Linkle Stone Diamond pendant, Mirai decides to talk to the Kochou herself and tells Riko to wait for her in the classroom.
While Mirai is walking around, she becomes but lost soon finds herself standing in front of a giant tree. She is then startled by a man who asks her what she thinks of it. He tells her that is the tree which magic wands blossom from and given to a child at birth. However, he mentions that the tree has not given any wands in a hundred years. He then asks Mirai what brings her to the Magic World and she tells him she is looking for the Kouchou to help out Riko in any way she can. Suddenly, the tree begins to glow and sprouts a magic wand for Mirai. Soon, Batty appears once again with the Yokubaru and begins to attack the school. Mirai runs to find Riko but is stopped by Batty who tells her he will take her with him by force. Riko then flies at him at full speed on her broom, knocking him over. Mirai thanks Riko for saving her and they transform into Pretty Cure once again and defeat the Yokubaru with Diamond Eternal.
Riko asks how Mirai she has a wand and the man from before tells her that she got it from the Wand Tree. Riko then becomes startled and Mirai realizes that he is the Kouchou. She tries to explain to him that they became Pretty Cure but he interrupts her and says that he would like them to attend classes together, which surprises them both.
Mirai and Riko start their magic lessons in episode 4. Their first lesson is to catch a paper butterfly that has flown away. Mirai is teamed up with Riko and gets separated from her while following the butterfly. Mirai finds herself in their magic library and gets lost. After Riko finds her, they are attacked by Gamettsu and transform. After they defeat him, Mirai and Riko catch the butterfly but find a mysterious glowing object. A baby is born out of a flower and into Mirai's hands.
The next lesson is to boil a kettle with magic. It seems easy but they are in a cold region of the Magic world and can't be cold to perform the spell. Mirai introduces her classmates to a game but has trouble trying to get Riko to participate. After playing the game, Mirai successfully performs the spell. Mofurun then spots a Linkle Stone and Mirai goes after it. A Yokubaru appeared and knocked Mirai off of her broom and then she and Riko transform. After the attack, they name the mysterious baby Ha-chan and they start calling each other by their first names.
"Our Miracle! Cure Miracle!"
Futari no kiseki! Kyua Mirakuru!
Cure Miracle (キュアミラクル?) is the Pretty Cure alter ego of Mirai. Alongside Izayoi Riko, she transforms with the phrase Miracle・Magical・Jewelryle!. In Dia style she can use multiple spells in battle. In this form, she can perform Diamond Eternal alongside Cure Magical.
Ruby Style (ルビースタイル?) is the form that Mirai obtains in episode 3, alongside Riko. To transform, she must be with Riko and have Mofurun, her Linkle Stone Ruby and say the phrase Miracle・Magical・Jewelryle!. This form gives Cure Miracle increased physical strength. She can perform Ruby Passionale in this form.
Sapphire Style (サファイアスタイル?) is the form that Mirai obtains in episode 7, alongside Riko. To transform, she must be with Riko and have Mofurun, her Linkle Stone Sapphire and say the phrase Miracle・Magical・Jewelryle!. This form gives Cure Miracle the ability to fly as well as increased speed. She can perform Sapphire Smartish in this form.
Topaz Style (トパーズスタイル?) is the form that Mirai obtains in episode 11, alongside Riko. To transform, she must be with Riko and have Mofurun, her Linkle Stone Topaz and say the phrase Miracle・Magical・Jewelryle!. This form gives Cure Miracle two yellow orbs that can turn into anything for offence, defence and manoeuvrability. She can perform Topaz Esperanza in this form.
Alexandrite Style (アレキサンドライトスタイル?) is the form that Mirai obtains in episode 31, alongside Riko and Kotoha. To transform, she must already be in her Dia Style, Ruby Style, Sapphire Style or Topaz Style and she must be with Riko and Kotoha. She should have Mofurun, her Linkle Stone Alexandrite and the Rainbow Carriage to perform Extreme Rainbow in this form.
- Diamond Eternal (ダイヤモンド・エターナル?): The first attack that Cure Miracle performs with Cure Magical. She first performs it in episode 2 and must have her Linkle Stone Dia and Linkle Stick to perform this attack.
- Ruby Passionale (ルビー・パッショナーレ?): The second attack that Cure Miracle performs with Cure Magical. She first performs it in episode 3 and must have her Linkle Stone Ruby and Linkle Stick to perform this attack.
- Sapphire Smartish (サファイア・スマーティッシュ?): The third attack that Cure Miracle performs with Cure Magical. She first performs it in episode 7 and must have her Linkle Stone Sapphire and Linkle Stick to perform this attack.
- Topaz Esperanza (トパーズ・エスペランサ?): The fourth attack that Cure Miracle performs with Cure Magical. She firsts perform it in episode 11 and must have her Linkle Stone Topaz and Linkle Stick to perform this attack.
- Linkle Pink Tourmaline (リンクルピンクトルマリン?): The first solo sub attack that Cure Miracle performs for the first time in episode 8. To use it, she must have her Linkle Stick and the Linkle Stone Pink Tourmaline.
- Linkle Tanzanite (リンクルタンザナイト?): The second solo sub attack that Cure Miracle performs for the first time in episode 14. To use it, she must have her Linkle Stick and the Linkle Stone Tanzanite.
- Linkle Amethyst (リンクルアメジスト?): The third solo sub attack that Cure Miracle performs for the first time in episode 21. To use it, she must have her Linkle Stick and the Linkle Stone Amethyst.
- Linkle Garnet (リンクルガーネット?): The fourth solo sub attack that Cure Miracle performs for the first time in episode 21. To use it, she must have her Linkle Stick and the Linkle Stone Garnet.
- Linkle Peridot (リンクルペリドット?): The fifth solo sub attack that Cure Miracle performs for the first time in episode 35. To use it, she must have her Linkle Stick and the Linkle Stone Peridot.
- Extreme Rainbow (エクストリームレインボー?) is the first group attack that Cure Miracle performs with Cure Magical and Cure Felice. To perform it, she must be in her Alexandrite Style and have the Linkle Stone Alexandrite to insert onto the Mofurun's bow.
- Heartful Rainbow (ハートフルレインボー?) is the group attack Cure Miracle performs with the others for the first and only time in the film.
Mirai's voice actress, Takahashi Rie, has participated in several image songs for the character she voices. Many of them include group songs with Horie Yui, who voices Izayoi Riko, Hayami Saori, who voices Hanami Kotoha, and Saitou Ayaka, who voices Mofurun. She also performs a song with Niizuma Seiko, the voice actress of Solcière from the Pretty Cure All Stars franchise.
- CURE UP↑RA♡PA☆PA! ~Magic That Turns Into Smiles~ (Along with Horie Yui)
- Exhausted Warriors (Along with Horie Yui)
- Let's Consider (Along with Horie Yui and Niizuma Seiko)
- Sparkling☆100 Carats of Miracles (Along with Horie Yui)
- Magic À La・Thanks! (Along with Horie Yui and Hayami Saori)
- Sparkling Vows (Along with Horie Yui, Hayami Saori and Saitou Ayaka)
- Two Wishes (Along with Saitou Ayaka)
- DREAM☆ARCH (Along with Horie Yui and Hayami Saori)
- Sparkling Twin Stars (Along with Horie Yui)
- Magic À La・Thanks! (Rainbow Parade MIX) (Along with Horie Yui and Hayami Saori)
- A Gift From Our Hands (Along with Horie Yui and Hayami Saori)
- Mirai's birthday is on June 12th, making her zodiac a Gemini.
- In the storyboard for episode 49, it was revealed that Mirai and Riko are 19 years old in said episode.
- Interestingly, Cure Miracle's theme colour is pink while her eyes are purple, which is Cure Magical's theme colour and vice versa.
- Mirai, along with Riko, are part of a group of characters who will comprise Japan's "ambassadors of Japanese culture" for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, alongside many other popular anime characters.
- Her favourite food is strawberry-flavoured melonpan.
- Mirai was originally going to be revealed to have Magic World ancestry, but this concept was eventually scrapped by writers who wanted her to be the more normal member of the Mahou Tsukai team.
- Main Page: Asahina Mirai/Image Gallery
|V • T • EMahou Tsukai Pretty Cure! characters|
|Cures||Asahina Mirai/Cure Miracle • Riko/Izayoi Riko/Cure Magical • Ha-chan/Hanami Kotoha/Cure Felice|
|Dark Magicians||Dokurokushe • Yamoh • Batty • Sparda • Gamettsu • Yokubaru|
|Never Ending Chaos||Deusmast • Labut • Shakince • Benigyo • Orba • Chikurun • Donyokubaru|
|Others||Kouchou • Magic Crystal • Kyoto • Isaac-sensei • Liz • Lian • Lilia • Loretta-sensei • Francois • Gustav • Todd • Hook • Jun • Kay • Emily • Dorothy, Nancy and Cissy • Queen of the Fairy Village • Legend Queen • Mother RaPaPa • Yuki Kanoko • Asahina Kyoko • Asahina Daikichi • Katsuki Kana • Nagase Mayumi • Ono Souta • Namiki Yuuto • Takagi-sensei|
|Movie only||Cure Mofurun • Kumata • Dark Matter|