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Arale Norimaki (則巻アラレ, Norimaki Arare, commonly known as Arare-chan) is a fictional character in the anime and manga series Dr. Slump created by Akira Toriyama in 1980. She is voiced by Mami Koyama in the first anime and Taeko Kawata in the second. She is also a playable character in the Japanese video games Jump Super Stars and Jump Ultimate Stars, both for the Nintendo DS. Recently, she was confirmed to be a playable character in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3. Yuko Hara voiced her in the radio drama in 1981.
Arale is an android built by Senbei Norimaki that looks like a little girl. She is known for her being naïve, energetic personality, lack of common sense, and amazing unbelievable strength. Ironically, she is nearsighted and needs to wear glasses. This is probably a play on how perfectly human she is meant to be. She has long, bluish-purple hair in the original manga and anime series, but has dark-brown hair in the 1997 Dr. Slump anime.
Arale is a pun on the Japanese word for a small rice cracker. Senbei Norimaki's mission is to convince the other citizens of Penguin Village that she is just a normal human girl. It seems to work, despite her superhuman athletic ability.
Arale is the creation of Senbei Norimaki. Arale poses as Senbei's sister or daughter, depending on who Senbei is talking to. The Norimaki family only grows from there when Arale and Senbei discover an egg when traveling to the past. The egg hatches into a small winged creature that they named "Gadzilla" or "Gatchan" for short. Then Senbei marries the girl of his dreams (Midori Yamabuki) and they have a baby named Turbo. As if the house was not full enough, Gatchan inexplicably splits into two separate entities.
The Dr. Slump series is a self proclaimed gag manga, but it is not a complete joke. The series actually has some plot. The entire series is about Arale's humorous exploration of the dynamics of life and the adventures Senbei and his inventions send them on. It is also about Senbei's romantic advances that usually end in failure (that is, until he finally gets married to Ms. Yamabuki in Volume 9.)