The ZaCross Whip gathering power during Zakuro's attack sequence.

The ZaCross Whip (ザクロスホイップ, Zakurosu Hoippu) is what Mew Zakuro uses as her main weapon. It was unnamed in the manga but the name of the weapon was only mentioned in episode 26 of the anime.


The ZaCross Whip in the 1st Manga series.

Zakuro's weapon is a small, light purple stick with golden indentations and a glowing pink heart. In the heart in the middle of the golden part has Ichigo's Mew Mark. When in use, the golden indentations rotate until it's horizontal, creating a cross-shaped weapon.

In Mew Mew Power, the cross part of the weapon is edited out making it baton-shaped.

In the manga, the ZaCross Whip is a plain, cross-shaped object with no detail that has the ability to stretch out into a whip. The weapon stays cross-shaped, even before using it to attack. In A la Mode, the weapon gets changed to the anime version's design.


Name Changes (Manga)

The manga itself didn't directly say Mew Zakuro's weapon name, only being shown in extra materials and merchandise given as freebies with Nakayoshi magazine. TokyoPop dropped the pun altogether. In Tokyo Mew Mew 2020 Re-Turn the ZaCross Whip was given a 2nd attack.

Language Title Publisher Weapon Name Attack Name
Japanese Tokyo Mew Mew Kodansha ZaCross Whip Ribbon ZaCross Pure!

(1st Attack)

ZaCross Pure [Entanglement]!

(2nd Attack / 2020 Re-Turn)

English (TokyoPop) Tokyo Mew Mew TokyoPop Zakuro Whip Ribbon Zakuro Pure!
English (Kodansha) Tokyo Mew Mew Kodansha ZaCross Whip Ribbon ZaCros Pure!
Ribbon ZaCross Pure! (A la Mode)
English (Singapore) Tokyo Mew Mew Chuang Yi ZaCross Whip Ribbon ZaCross Pure!
Ribbon ZaCrose Pure! (Alternate Spelling)

Name Changes (Anime)

Due to the confusion in the pun, no known dub of the anime has attempted to properly translate Mew Zakuro's weapon and attack name. Most uncut dubs drop the "cross" part of the pun, while others come up with their own weapon and attack names. 4Kids didn't give her an attack name. They also never stated her weapon name in the anime, only revealing it in promotional materials. Because of this, some dubs that came from the 4Kids version never gave her a weapon or attack name.

Language Title Weapon Name Attack Name
Japanese Tokyo Mew Mew ZaCross Whip Ribbon ZaCross Pure!
English Mew Mew Power Purple Dagger None
Mandarin 東京貓貓 / Dōng Jīng Māo Māo
(Tokyo Cats / Tokyo Mew Mew)
N/A Ribbon 石榴 Pure! / Ribbon Shí-Liú Pure!
(Ribbon Pomegranate Pure!)
Cantonese (TVB Dub) 東京喵喵 / Dung Ging Miu Miu
(Tokyo Mew Mew)
石榴鞭子 / Sek-Lau Bin Ji
(Pomegranate Whip)
石榴繩索! / Sek-Lau Sing Saak!

(Pomegranate Ribbon!)

Cantonese (ATV Dub) 貓貓戰隊 / Maau Maau Jin Deui
(Cat Team / Mew Mew Team)
石榴鞭子 / Sek-Lau Bin Ji
(Pomegranate Whip)
Ribbon 石榴 Pure! / Ribbon Sek-Lau Pure!
(Ribbon Pomegranate Pure!)
Italian Mew Mew Amiche Vincenti
(Mew Mew Winning Friends)
Frusta di Pam

(Pam's Whip)

Fiocco d'Energia

(Ribbon of Energy!)

Korean 베리베리 뮤우뮤우

(Berry Berry Mew Mew)

루비 마법의 줄 / Lubi Mabeob-ui Jul

(Ruby Magic Whip)

리본 루비 정열의 빛! / Libon Lubi Jeong-yeol-ui Bich!

(Ribbon Ruby Light of Passion!)

Hebrew טוקיו מיו מיו

(Tokyo Mew Mew)

סגול פגיון / ???

(Purple Dagger)

None (Season 1)

!וולף חנית / ???
(Wolf Spear!) - (Season 2)

Brazilian Portuguese As Super Gatinhas
(The Super Kittens)


Portuguese (Season 1) Mew Mew Power Unnamed None
Portuguese (Season 2) Tokyo Mew Mew Romã Chicote

(Pomegranate Whip)

Lança Romã!

(Pomegranate Spear!)

Danish Mew Mew Power Purple Dagger None
Thai Tokyo Mew Mew ZaCross Whip Ribbon ZaCross Pure!
Albanian (Albania Production) Vajzat Mjau - Mbrojtëset e Planetit
(Mew Girls - Defenders of the Planet)
Unnamed None
Albanian ("Jess" Discographic) Luftëtaret Mace
(Cat Warriors)
Kamzhiku e Pamit

(Pam's Whip)

Shiriti e Energjisë!

(Ribbon of Energy!)

Hungarian Vadmacska Kommandó
(Wildcat Commando)
Varázs Ostor

(Magic Whip)

Latino Spanish Miau Miau Power
(Mew Mew Power)
Daga Púrpura

(Purple Dagger)

French Mew Mew Power Fouet du Destin

(Whip of Destiny)

Unnamed (1st Attack, Season 1)

Coup de Fouet Tranchant!
(Sharp Whip Lash!) - (2nd Attack, Season 2)

Dutch Mew Mew Power Purple Dagger N/A
Serbian Družina Mjau - Mjau / Mjau - Mjau Tokio
(Mew Mew Team / Tokyo Mew Mew Team)
Чаробни Крст и Bич! / Čarobni Krst i Bič!

(Magic Cross Whip)

None (Season 1)

Чаробни Крст и Bич! / Čarobni Krst i Bič!
(Magic Cross Whip!) - (Season 2)

Croatian Mijau Mijau Družina
(Mew Mew Team)
Bulgarian Силата Миу Миу / Silata Mew Mew
(Mew Mew Power)
Unnamed None
Greek Mew Mew Power Unnamed None
Turkish Mew Mew Power / Sihirli Kızlar
(Magical Girls)
Mor Hançer

(Purple Dagger)




  • Due to censorship, 4Kids Entertainment edited the attack sequence and overall appearance of the weapon to no longer have a cross shape.
  • In the English dub Mew Mew Power, the weapon is called a Purple Dagger.
  • The name of the Weapon is suppose to be a pun, combining the Japanese katakana spellings of Zakuro and Cross (kurosu), thus making Zakurosu (Zacross).
  • Some translators use an alternate form of spelling of her weapon, which is spelt Zakuross.
  • The ZaCross Whip, when it is cross-shaped, symbolizes that Zakuro is a Christian.
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