|Chitchana Yukitsukai Sugar|
|Created by||Botan Hanayashiki|
|Years on Air||2001-2003|
Japanese Title: ちっちゃな雪使いシュガー
English Title: A Little Snow Fairy Sugar
Chinese Title: 小小雪精靈
Korean Title: 작은 눈의 요정 슈가
The story is based around 11-year-old Saga Bergman, a young girl in a small German town called Muhlenberg (based on real town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber). Saga lives with her grandmother Regina and works in a coffee shop when not in school. Saga is extremely structured and plans her life down to the minute. One day, she notices a tiny creature in a fluffy outfit that appears to be starving. She offers it a waffle, which helps revive the tiny creature. Saga learns that this tiny creature is Sugar, an apprentice season fairy. Sugar explains that season fairies alter the weather by playing a magical musical instrument, and her specialty is snow, which she creates by playing the piccolo. Sugar is joined by two more apprentice season fairies, Salt, an outgoing male fairy who plays the trumpet to make the sun shine more brightly, and Pepper, a quiet and caring female fairy who plays the harp to make the wind blow.
All three apprentices are shocked at the realization that Saga can see them, since humans are not supposed to be able to see season fairies. Pepper speculates that exceptional humans might be able to see them, which is the best possible explanation. Sugar tells Saga that the three have been sent to Earth to train as full-fledged season fairies, and to do that, they must find 'Twinkles'.
Sugar moves into Saga's bedroom and sets up residence, much to the consternation of the super-structured Saga. Saga is a well-meaning, intelligent and highly organized girl who feels compelled to look after the childish, loud and irresponsible Sugar, who is incapable of looking after herself. The story is complicated further with the arrival
of three adult season fairies—Turmeric, a cloud fairy; Ginger, a rain fairy; and the Elder, the leader of the season fairies—and two more apprentices—Cinnamon, a hail fairy, and Basil, a thunder fairy.
With the highly disruptive presence of Sugar, Saga's life goes haywire. Her friends Norma and Anne think that she is losing her mind, and her teacher, Miss Hanna, is worried that her best student is acting strangely. Not at all concerned with her strange behavior is Greta, an egotistical rich girl who considers Saga to be her rival, and Phil, a goofy inventor who keeps trying to persuade Saga to help him with his experiments, if he is not already busy building and trying out his latest device.
1- "Sono Mune ni Aru Mono Zenpen" ("What's in Your Heart (Part 1)")
Airdate: August 21, 2003
Four years after the events of the regular series, Grandma Regina finds an old dress of Saga's in the attic, and together they recall how Saga wore it when she played the role of a princess in a school play. But Saga also remembers how Sugar and her friends wanted to be part of the play ...
2- "Sono Mune ni Aru Mono Kōhen" ("What's in Your Heart (Part 2)")
Airdate: August 28, 2003
Saga's recollections continue: While the class struggled with the inevitable mishaps that arose as they prepared for the play, Sugar and her friends put on a play of their own. Meanwhile, an old friend who wouldn't miss the play for anything made his way to town just in time to see the students come together for a truly memorable performance. The end of the episode shows us a glimpse of Saga's life now that it's four years later.