The official website and Twitter for the TV anime Kiratto Pri☆Chan has announced the voice cast for the three new characters who will join its forthcoming second season: Himika Akaneya (Laala Manaka in PriPara) as Maria Kanamori, Sora Tokui (Nico Yazawa in Love Live!) as Suzu Kurokawa, and Riko Sasaki (Poporon in Dropkick on My Devil!) as Dia. Hit the jump for more details.
The official website and Twitter for the TV anime Kiratto Pri☆Chan posted a key visual for its upcoming second season introducing three new idols: Dia, Maria, and Suzu. The theme of the new season is "Idol and Jewel." Hit the jump for more latest information.
The official website for Kiratto Pri☆Chan, the ongoing TV anime series based on Takara Tommy Arts and syn Sophia's "Pretty" arcade game franchise, announced on December 9 that it will get its second season from April 2019 and teased an appearance of a new idol character with her silhouette image. Hit the jump for more information.
The official website for the forthcoming special concert event "Anime JAM 2018" has posted a main visual featuring the 19 girls from Kemono Friends, Aikatsu Friends!, and Kiratto Pri☆Chan. They all wear Santa Claus or Christmas-themed costume, because this year's theme is "Christmas Party." Check out the all star visual and a PV after the jump!
Following the first song "Kiratto Start," three-member voice actress idol unit Run Girls, Run! sing the second OP theme song for the idol-themed TV anime Kiratto Pri☆Chan, "Go! Up! Stardom!" The unit's official website has posted a short version music video for the song featuring the members' performance at various places in school. Watch their cute performance after the jump!
The official YouTube channel for the ongoing TV anime Kiratto Pri☆Chan, the latest installment in Tatsunoko Production and DongWoo A&E's "Pretty" anime franchise, has posted a 90-second special PV to introduce the idol anime's world setting and main characters, including its two main three-member idol units, Miracle Kiratts and Meltic StAr. Learn about the Pri☆Chan world after the jump!
The official Twitter for the ongoing TV anime Kiratto Pri☆Chan, the latest installment of Tatsunoko Production and DongWoo A&E's "Pretty" anime franchise, announced today that five-member Japanese idol group Wa-Suta/The World Standard will appear in its next 21st episode to be aired this Sunday and that the members voice themselves in the anime. Check out the latest information after the jump.
How do you celebrate a popular series? With a collab cafe, of course! Idol show Kiratto Pri☆Chan will have its own Prism Stone Cafe opening for a limited time this summer, and will host a special mini-live with idol group Run Girls, Run! Hit the jump for cafe art and more info.
The official Twitter for the ongoing TV anime Kiratto Pri☆Chan, the latest installment of Tatsunoko Production and DongWoo A&E's "Pretty" anime franchise, has posted new visuals that introduces Rinka Aoba in her "Kiratto Code" idol costume for the first time, which suggests that she will finally make her Pri☆Chan idol debut pretty soon. Check out her much-anticipated idol style after the jump!
On the well-received premiere day of Kiratto Pri☆Chan, the latest installment of the idol-themed "Pretty" anime franchise, avex posted a two-minute music video for its OP theme song "Kiratto Start" performed three-member voice actress idol unit Run Girls, Run!. In addition to their cute dance performance, the members also enjoy their Harajuku visit in the clip. Watch their latest MV after the jump!
Following the main visual revealed last week, the official website for the upcoming anime film Movie PriPara & Kiratto Pri☆Chan ~KiraKira Memorial Live~ today released a 60-second full trailer introducing its theme song "Prima☆donna? Memorial!" performed by three-member voice actress idol unit Run Girls,Run!, who also sings the OP theme for the Kiratto Pri☆Chan TV series. Meet the "Pretty" series idols after the jump!
The official website for the upcoming anime film Movie PriPara & Kiratto Pri☆Chan ~KiraKira Memorial Live~ today released a main visual featuring its six main idols: Laala Manaka (PriPara), Yui Yumekawa (Idol Time PriPara), Naru Ayase (Pretty Rhythm: Ranbow Live), Mia Ageha (PR: Dear My Future), Aira Harune (PR: Aurora Dream), and Mirai Momoyama and Emo Moegi (Kiratto Pri☆Chan). Learn more about the highly-anticipated all-star film after the jump!
Takara Tommy Arts' official website for Kiratto Pri☆Chan, the latest installment of its "Pretty" arcade game/anime franchise for girls, has posted a 30-second CM for its upcoming TV anime, narrated by one of the two protagonist girls, Mirai Momoyama (CV: Koko Hayashi). Meet the new idols after the jump!
TV Tokyo's official website for the upcoming TV anime Kiratto Pri☆Chan today adds two more idol girls, Anna Akagi voiced by Yu Serizawa (Mirei Minami in PriPara) and Sara Midorikawa by Yuuki Wakai (Reona West in PriPara). Both are members of the six-member voice actress idol unit i☆Ris who performed the theme songs for PriPara. Hit the jump for more information.
It is confirmed today that a new anime film Movie PriPara & Kiratto Pri☆Chan ~KiraKira Memorial Live~ is set to be released in Japan on May 5. As the title and a teaser visual suggest, Mirai and Emo, the two main idols of the upcoming new TV series Kiratto Pri☆Chan are confirmed to appear, alongside other idols from the past Pretty series. Hit the jump for more information.