|Season||Beautiful Witches Of Earth|
|Home Place||Feather Castletown|
|First Appearance||Beautiful Sky Episode 01|
Takagi Naomi is a main character of the series and the civilian alias of Komajo Vivid. Naomi, the 14 year old daughter of the famous actress Yoiki Topaz, is a smart and reliable young girl, who is a proud member of the student’s council and very popular at her school.
Naomi, the 14 year old daughter of the famous actress Yoiki Topaz, is a smart and reliable young girl, who cares a lot about others, especially those who are close to her. She is a proud member of the student’s council and very popular at her school. Adding to that, Naomi is very interested in different countries and cultures and wants to learn more about them. There are some classmates of her, who keep calling her “Charity”, due to her characteristics.
Naomi has yellow colored, long hair, tied into a low ponytail. Her eyes are brown. She wears a dark blue jacket with yellow details and a yellow top underneath. She wears blue shorts and red high heels.
- Takagi Topaz: Naomi's mother, who is a former Pretty Cure.
- Takagi Chris: Naomi's father.
- Takagi Kazuki: Naomi's twin brother.
- Sakuraba Katsuro - Naomi is one of Katsuro's class mates and part of the student council. As the student council president, Katsuro and Kopal have to work together a lot.
Takagi (高樹?) - Takagi comes from Taka (高?) meaning "tall", "high" or "limit", combined with Gi (樹?) meaning "tree". So Takago means "tall tree" or "high tree". However, ki, written as 黄, means "yellow", which would be a reference to her theme color.
Naomi (なおみ?) - Naomi is a Japanese name, whose meaning depends on the characters used. So Naomi could mean "straight beauty" (直美?), "still, beauty" (尚美?) or even "straight self" (直己?). Naomi also means "truth" when written as 直実, coming from Nao (直?) meaning "straight", combined with Mi (実?) meaning "fruit", "real" or "truth".
Charity (チャリティ?) - The name Naomi was given by some of her classmates. The name comes from the English word charity, ultimately derived from Late Latin caritas meaning "generous love", from Latin carus "dear, beloved".