Father, an archeologist; Mother, a nondescript housewife stereotype; others: Ongo, evil demon; Rongo, Water Goddess engaged to Ongo; Ahamu, lecherous God of Soil; Takuma, guy-friend who worships Mii; Nami, girl-friend possessed by Rongo
10-year-old Natsumi's father, a daring archeologist, returns from the jungles of Myauginiya with a gift for his daughter: a pair of ancient crystaline earrings. Falling asleep wearing the earrings, Natsumi dreams of a hideous old man named Ahamu, who warns her of the coming of the great demon Ongo. Upon waking, Natsumi finds a necklace of skulls around her neck! At that moment Ongo appears to her, and he's not the terrifying monster Natsumi had anticipated! Eventually, he explains that the skull necklace is the pendant of Mii, the Flower Goddess of Myauginiya, and a magical dance will summon her power and allow Natsumi to take her form! Pretty crazy! Natsumi really likes being in Mii's womanly body, but she's bashful of the attention she gets. All it takes, though, is a supernatural threat to Tokyo, and Natsumi bounds into action, shimmying Mii's very jiggly form up and down! Maranbou, maranbou!!