A Witch Frog is what becomes of a witch after she has been exposed by a human. They have also been refereed to as plushies, witch-puddings, green blobs, and manjuu.

In the Witch World, there is a village that serves the purpose of becoming a Witch Frog's home. Those who have been abandoned by their Apprentice or do not wish to return to normal live there.



Witch Frog's resemble their namesakes. They are small, gooey creatures coming in a variety of green and chartreuse colors with beady eyes and big red, brown, or orange lips. Witch frogs have small hairs that resemble their pre-transformed state, and she wears her crystal ball as a necklace.

When necessary, Witch Frogs are shown to have hands and feet.


Witch Frogs namely come in two types; there will be those who have been left angered by their state and spend most of their time drinking or complaining, while the others seem not to mind at all.

All Witch Frogs seem to enjoy dancing, playing, drinking, visiting hot springs, and exploring the human world if given the chance.


While a witch frog maintains her abilities as a witch, in some cases they are severely weakened. In order to make a potion they must use a strand of their own hair. In order to get around, most witch frogs will summon a magic-infused item to float around in, such as a dustpan or bucket.


Witch Frog Curse

To keep witches from interacting with humans after suffering a terrible heartbreak, the previous Witch Queen put a spell on them. Whenever a witch was found by a human, she would be punished by changing into this weaker, smaller form.

Known Witch Frogs


  • In the manga, witch frogs have different styled eyes and appear to be somewhat bigger than depicted in the anime. Their arms and feet are visible mostly all of the time as well.
  • Witch Frogs are renamed Greenlings in the Magical Doremi dub.