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The wiki about the Love and Berry series by SEGA that anyone can edit

We have 743 articles and 21,513 contributions since January 24, 2012!

Welcome to the Love and Berry Wiki! In this wiki, we cover information about the game, from both the International and Japanese versions, DS port and cards, even ones that were never released outside of Japan.
Love and Berry

Main Characters

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For other minor characters, here.


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Street Court Cropped Fashion Street Cropped Disco Cropped
Seaside Stage Cropped Idol Stage Cropped Ball Cropped
Special Stage Cropped

Japanese Collections


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International Versions


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Version 1 back

Information About the Game

Love and Berry: Dress Up and Dance! (Also known as Oshare Majo: Love and Berry in Japan) is an arcade game that utilises trading cards, similar in fashion as Mushiking: The King of Beetles and Dinosaur King. In the year of 2004, it started operation in Japan as Oshare Majo: Love and Berry before it got later localised in overseas under the name Love and Berry: Dress Up and Dance!. In the game, you select a character to play as: Love, Berry, or Miesha (Japan only). One of the two characters that did not get picked will be your rival for you to compete in a fashion showdown. For two player modes, you and your friend, or yourself, will get to play as both Love and Berry (or Miesha).

As to win the game, the players are equipped with Fashion Magic Cards for the purpose of scanning them to produce a combination with the most Dress Up Power that they can get. These Fashion Magic Cards would be categorised into four introduced at the start of operation: Hair & Makeup Cards, Dress Up Cards, Footwear Cards, and Special Item Cards. In the latter collections of 2007, new categories are introduced such as Tops Cards, Bottoms Cards, Accessory Cards, and Primp Up Cards as a card that can transform a character to a full outfit depending on their preferences.

Once the player has decided by simply pressing both left and right buttons together or runs out of time, they are teleported to the selected stage and their chosen character will grade their outfit, with either "Perfect", "Great", "Good", "Fair" and "Bad". The player are met with the songs, to which they have to press the button to the beat of it. The result will determine whether the player gets to proceed to the next round or not.

If you do well, you'll be able to play one more stage. (A chosen stage in Super Easy, Recommended Easy, Easy for Two, Hard for Two or the Special Stage for Super/Kind of Hard.) Aside from the main game, you can scan a dog card in the "Along With Doggy" mode, you can practice for later stages or certain songs in "Contest Practice", or you can check out stage chemistry in "Dress-Up Research". You can also compete against a friend in "2 Player Competition".

While Japan was able to have 17 different collections of cards, overseas editions only had 12 different versions with versions after said 12 versions being rereleases of earlier card with everything being the same except the card back. There are 580+ cards available to collect in the Japanese version and 330+ in the International version. Can you collect them all?


  • User:Marcia Aeris - The founder of Love and Berry wiki. Had it not existed, there wouldn't be a lot of information and preservation about the game.
  • User:LoliJuicy for several videos, soundtracks, images, and English translations.
  • りこ - English translations with guidance and help (Japanese)
  • saorihilda for Chinese gameplays of the 3rd-5th Collection (videos are no longer available)
  • juanenrico for several video gameplays of the English 1st-2nd Collection, initially used.
  • Releska for some English translation of the 2007 Autumn-2008 Summer Songs.
  • Several blogs for several card images, mostly reference.
  • The Internet Archive for being the main reason why I'm able to look for majority of the content of this site. If archives of the official site were never made, majority of the info of Love and Berry would have been lost to history.
  • Defunct site for several photos
  • Defunct site for several photos, Japanese checklists, Versions 16-17 Classic checklists, lyrics, and videos
  • Original Zone X Arcade for Version 1-12 checklists, via web archive.
  • Timezone Philippines for Version 1 HQ Korean checklist


Without them, the wiki would be filled with tons of missing images! A big huge thanks to everyone!

  • かむい@ゲーセンの中の人 - For providing images in replacement of missing card images from defunct by the Internet Archive.
  • ネギ@プリチャンP (ダイヤ) - For providing images in replacement of missing Japanese card images from defunct by the Internet Archive.
  • Pet*Steb - For providing images and scans in replacement of missing Japanese card images from defunct by the Internet Archive.
  • LaLa♡ - For providing images in replacement of missing Japanese card images from defunct by the Internet Archive.
  • User:Theeio - For providing scans of English versions and card backs
  • User:LuvPotion - For providing scans of both Japanese collections and English versions.
  • User:Ptegodactyl - For providing scans of several English version 3 cards.
  • User:Itew-lilitg07 - For providing scans of English versions.
  • ☾ ラブandベリー ☾ - For providing scans of special limited edition cards, Taiwan McDonald cards, and several English version cards.
  • 魔女Amy - For providing scans of Chinese cards

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Featured Card

Pretty Pink Devil is a Dress-up Card released on the 2005 Autumn Collection. It was the only main collection card that never got an international release (most likely because of the devil-based theme) and got replaced by a Shogakukan event card, Cutie Red.


Featured Song


オシャレ魔女 ラブ and ベリー ABCD Everything's Okay (English Version)

ABCD Everything's Okay! is the song for the Street Court released in the 2005 Autumn-Winter Collection. It is one of the most well-known songs of the game, alongside Daddy's Birthday.


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