Pretty Rhythm Dear My Future (TV)

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[ sequel of Pretty Rhythm Aurora Dream (TV) ]

Related anime:
    Pretty Rhythm All Star Selection: Prism Show☆Best Ten (movie) (spinoff)
    Pretty Rhythm Rainbow Live (TV) (sequel)
      Pretty Rhythm All Star Selection (TV) (sequel)
        PriPara (TV)

Alternative title:
プリティーリズム・ディアマイフューチャー (Japanese) 
Genres: comedy , drama , magic , romance 
Themes: Coming of age , Dance , Dreams , Idols , Love triangle , Music 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: Three years have passed since the events of Aurora Dream... At Pretty Top, a new generation of girls dreaming of being Prism Stars have endeavored through their training. One day, Ayami, Karin and Reina find themselves on the same stage as their predecessors, when Mia Ageha suddenly jumps up on stage and demands to challenge the legendary Prism Show unit MARs. To keep this challenge, the 4 girls are sent to become a new Prism Show unit, Prizmmy☆. As the girls waver and then jump back up, they deepen their friendship and aim for their debut together. To add to it all, 5 girls have come from abroad to Japan to study at Pretty Top to have their debut as well. In order to meet their future, the girls stand on the stage, and the show starts. 
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 51 
Episode titles: We have 51
Vintage: 2012-04-07 to 2013-04-30 
Release dates: We have 4
Opening Theme:
#1: "Dear My Future ~Mirai no Jibun e~ (Dear My Future ~未来の自分へ~; To the Future Me)" by Prizmmy☆ (eps 1-13) 
#2: "BRAND NEW WORLD!!" by Prizmmy☆ (eps 14-26) 
#3: "Life is Just a Miracle ~Ikiteru tte Subarashii~ (Life is Just a Miracle ~生きてるって素晴らしい~; It's Wonderful to be Alive)" by Rumi Ookubo, Natsumi Takamori, Minami Tsuda, Ayane Sakura (eps 27-39) 
#4: "Panpina-! (パンピナッ!;Pump it Up!)" by Prizmmy☆ (eps 40-51) 
Ending Theme:
#1: "my Transform" by Prizmmy☆ (eps 1-13) 
#2: "Cheki☆Love (チェキ☆ラブ;Check It☆Love)" by PURETTY (eps 14-26) 
#3: "Body Rock" by Prizmmy☆ (eps 27-39) 
#4: "Shuwa Shuwa BABY (シュワシュワBABY;Fizz Fizz BABY)" by PURETTY (eps 40-51) 
Insert song:
"1/1000 Eien no Bigaku" (1/1000永遠の美学) by Callings (Takashi Kondo, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Kenn;eps 14-15,48) 
"1000% Kyun Kyun Sasete Yo♡" (1000%キュンキュンさせてよ♡) by Pretty Rhythm All Stars (eps 14-15,19) 
"cheer! yeah! X2" by Cosmos (Rumi Ookubo & Marie Miyake & Satomi Akesaka) (eps 31,34-35,37) 
"Cheki☆Love (チェキ☆ラブ;Check it☆Love)" by PURETTY (eps 13-21,49) 
"Dear My Future ~Mirai no Jibun e~ (Dear My Future ~未来の自分へ~; To the Future Me)" by Prizmmy☆ (eps 3-10,12-15,19-22,24-25,51) 
"Dream Goes On" by Kana Asumi (eps 8,10) 
"EZ DO DANCE" by Dream5 (ep 12) 
"Life is Just a Miracle ~Ikiteru tte Subarashii~ (Life is Just a Miracle ~生きてるって素晴らしい~; It's Wonderful to be Alive)" by Prizmmy☆ Voice Actress (eps 41,43-44,46,49-50) 
"LolitA☆Strawberry in summer" by TOKYO GIRLS' STYLE (ep 12) 
"LOVE♥MIX" by Love∞Mix (Minami Takayama & Motoko Kumai) (eps 30,40,48) 
"Mirage JET" by Sprouts (Ayane Sakura & Natsumi Takamori & Madoka Yonezawa) (eps 27,29,33,36) 
"my Transform" by Prizmmy☆ (eps 6,12-15,19-23,49) 
"Never Let Me Down ~Ganbari ya!~" (〜がんばりやぁ!〜) by Madoka Yonezawa & Satomi Akesaka (eps 14,36) 
"Party driver" by Prizmmy☆ (eps 6-8,22) 
"Que sera" by LISP (eps 38-39,41-42,44) 
"Shall We Go?!" by Kanae Itō (eps 14,48) 
"Shuwa Shuwa BABY (シュワシュワBABY;Fizz Fizz BABY)" by PURETTY (eps 40,43,45,49) 
"Summer day" by Prizmmy☆ (eps 6,8-9,18) 
"Thank You-!! (サンキュッ!!)" by P&P (Kanae Itō & Minami Tsuda & Hyang-Ri Kim) (eps 28,32,37) 
"Yoinakaso♥" by Madoka Yonezawa & Satomi Akesaka & Kanae Itō (eps 36,39,45) 
"You May Dream ~Aurora Rising Ver.~" by LISP (eps 2-3,10-11,14,31) 
"You May Dream" by LISP (eps 1,32,48) 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Chan-Young Park 
Director: Masakazu Hishida 
Series Composition: Deko Akao 
Music: Seikou Nagaoka 
Original Character Design: Akio Watanabe 
Character Design:
Rie Saitou 
Sang Hoon Cha 
Art Director:
Hoi Young Lee 
Yoshimi Umino 
Animation Director: Chan-Young Park 
Sound Director: Yukio Nagasaki 
Cgi Director: Yoshihiro Otobe 
Director of Photography: Tae Hee Huh 
Animation producer:
Ju Hee Shin 
Shoichi Yoshida 
Background Art Design: Lee Won-Gu 
Casting Management: Haruka Yamauchi 
Color design: Min-A Yang 
Color setting: Yang Min A 
Image Editing: Lee Young-Min 
Insert Song Arrangement: Kazuhiro Yamahara 
Insert Song Composition: Kazuhiro Yamahara 
Insert Song Lyrics: Hitomi Mieno 
Insert Song Performance:
Adrian Bergerac (Electric Guitar) 
Ayami Sema (Prizmmy☆; 22 episodes
eps 3-10, 12-15, 18-25, 49, 51
)
 
Ayane Sakura (as Sprouts; 10 episodes
eps 27, 29, 33, 36, 41, 43-44, 46, 49-50
)
 
Azusa Kataoka (as MARs) 
Chae-kyung Yoon (PURETTY; 13 episodes
eps 13-21, 40, 43, 45, 49
)
 
Dream5 (ep 12) 
Hyang-Ri Kim (as P&P; eps 28, 32, 37) 
Hye-in Yoo (PURETTY; 13 episodes
eps 13-21, 40, 43, 45, 49
)
 
Jae-eun Jeon (PURETTY; 13 episodes
eps 13-21, 40, 43, 45, 49
)
 
Kana Asumi (as MARs) 
Kanae Itō (as Serenon, as P&P; 8 episodes
eps 14, 28, 32, 36-37, 39, 45, 48
)
 
Karin Takahashi (Prizmmy☆; 22 episodes
eps 3-10, 12-15, 18-25, 49, 51
)
 
Kenn (as Callings) 
Madoka Yonezawa (as Serenon, as Sprouts) 
Marie Miyake (as Cosmos; 4 episodes
eps 31, 34-35, 37
)
 
Mia Kusakabe (Prizmmy☆; 22 episodes
eps 3-10, 12-15, 18-25, 49, 51
)
 
Minami Takayama (as Love∞Mix; eps 30, 40, 48) 
Minami Tsuda (as P&P; 9 episodes
eps 28, 32, 37, 41, 43-44, 46, 49-50
)
 
Motoko Kumai (as Love∞Mix; eps 30, 40, 48) 
Natsumi Takamori (as Sprouts; 10 episodes
eps 27, 29, 33, 36, 41, 43-44, 46, 49-50
)
 
Nobuhiko Okamoto (as Callings) 
Prizmmy☆ (22 episodes
eps 3-10, 12-15, 18-25, 49, 51
)
 
PURETTY (12 episodes
eps 13-21, 40, 43, 49
)
 
Reina Kubo (Prizmmy☆; 22 episodes
eps 3-10, 12-15, 18-25, 49, 51
)
 
Rumi Ookubo (as Cosmos; 10 episodes
eps 31, 34-35, 37, 41, 43-44, 46, 49-50
)
 
Satomi Akesaka (as Serenon, as Cosmos; 8 episodes
eps 14, 31, 34-37, 39, 45
)
 
Sayuri Hara (as MARs) 
Shi-yoon Cho (PURETTY; 13 episodes
eps 13-21, 40, 43, 45, 49
)
 
So-min Jeon (PURETTY; 13 episodes
eps 13-21, 40, 43, 45, 49
)
 
Takashi Kondo (as Callings) 
TOKYO GIRLS' STYLE (ep 12) 
Planning:
Youngdoo Kim 
Yukio Kawasaki (TV Tokyo) 
Planning Assistant: Takeshi Yoda 
Program Team Chief: Kang-Ok Kim 
Series Composition Assistance: Fumi Tsubota 
Sound Producer: Takumi Itou 
Theme Song Arrangement:
G-High (ED 2) 
Lee Joo-Hyoung (ED 2) 
michitomo (ED) 
Seikou Nagaoka (OP) 
Theme Song Composition:
G-High (ED 2) 
Lee Joo-Hyoung (ED 2) 
michitomo (ED) 
Seikou Nagaoka (OP) 
Theme Song Lyrics:
HASEGAWA (ED4) 
NOBE (ED)  (OP 2) 
Nobuto Ikehata (OP) 
Tomgirl (OP 2) 
Yuuki Moriuchi (ED 2) 
Theme Song Performance:
Ayami Sema (Prizmmy☆;OP1,​2,​4/ED1,​3) 
Ayane Sakura (OP3) 
Chae-kyung Yoon (PURETTY; ED2,​4) 
Hye-in Yoo (PURETTY; ED2,​4) 
Jae-eun Jeon (PURETTY; ED2,​4) 
Karin Takahashi (Prizmmy☆;OP1,​2,​4/ED1,​3) 
Mia Kusakabe (Prizmmy☆;OP1,​2,​4/ED1,​3) 
Minami Tsuda (OP3) 
Natsumi Takamori (OP3) 
Prizmmy☆ (OP1,​2,​4/ED1,​3) 
PURETTY (ED2,​4) 
Reina Kubo (Prizmmy☆;OP1,​2,​4/ED1,​3) 
Rumi Ookubo (OP3) 
Shi-yoon Cho (PURETTY; ED2,​4) 
So-min Jeon (PURETTY; ED2,​4) 
Ayane Sakura as Ayami Ooruri 
Minami Tsuda as Karin Shijimi 
Natsumi Takamori as Reina Miyama 
Rumi Ookubo as Mia Ageha 

Azusa Kataoka as Mion Takamine 
Hyang-Ri Kim as Shi Yoon 
Kana Asumi as Aira Harune 
Kanae Itō as
Hye In 
Kaname Chris 
Kenn as Hibiki Tōdō 
Madoka Yonezawa as
Jae Eun 
Serena Jounouchi 
Marie Miyake as So Min 
Minami Takayama as Yong Hwa 
Motoko Kumai as Itsuki Harune 
Noriko Hidaka as Myeong Ja 
Risa Hayamizu as Kyōko Asechi 
Satomi Akesaka as
Chae Kyoung 
Kanon Tōdō 
Sayuri Hara as Rizumu Amamiya 
Shigeru Chiba as Don Bonby 
Susumu Chiba as Jun Takigawa 
Takashi Kondo as Shō 
Wataru Hatano as Yun-su 
Yoko Soumi as Kei 

Aki Nakajima as
Saburō Shijimi(ep 17) 
Uru Harune(ep 40) 
Asuka Horiguchi as Girl B(ep 31) 
Ayane Sakura as
Yammy 
Yun-su(Young) 
Chie Koujiro as Sumiko Dan(ep 34) 
Chinatsu Akazaki as Girl A(ep 31) 
Daisuke Sakaguchi as Yū Hirōmi(ep 32) 
Hidenari Ugaki as Hifumi Yanagi(ep 27) 
Hiro Nakajima as
Eru Harune(ep 40) 
Hachibe Shijimi(ep 17) 
Handsome Boy(ep 5) 
Mahiro(ep 32) 
Hirofumi Nojima as Shiotani(ep 33) 
Kanae Itō as Meganee Akai 
Kei Kobayashi as Yukie Yanagi(ep 27) 
Kenn as
Announcer 
Reporter 
Kenta Miyake as
Penguin-sensei 
Yamao Yamada 
Minami Tsuda as
Bully(ep 46) 
Rimmy 
Shiotani(Young; ep 32) 
Motoko Kumai as Neko-chi 
Mutsumi Tamura as Shiono(ep 32) 
Natsumi Takamori as Remmy 
Nobuaki Kanemitsu as
Announcer(ep 50) 
Reporter 
Nobuhiko Okamoto as Wataru 
Noriko Hidaka as
Bea-chi 
Omi Harune(ep 40) 
Nozomu Sasaki as Hiroshi Harune(ep 40) 
Risa Hayamizu as Rabi-chi 
Rumi Ookubo as
Kurumi(Young; ep 32) 
Mimmy 
Ryoka Yuzuki as Kurumi(ep 33) 
Sachi Taketani as Tacky(eps 9, 46) 
Susumu Chiba as
Reporter(ep 23) 
Vivvy 
Takashi Kondo as Kintarō Asechi(Young) 
Touko Aoyama as
Ichirō Shijimi(ep 17) 
Mishil(10 episodes
eps 11, 13, 17, 21, 40, 42, 45-47, 51
)
 
Wataru Hatano as
Jun's Father(ep 46) 
Reporter(ep 23) 
Yuka Ōtsubo as Yumemi(ep 31) 
Japanese companies
Animation Production:
Dongwoo Animation 
Tatsunoko Production 
Broadcaster:
BS Japan (2012-04-07) 
TV Tokyo 
Music Production: avex entertainment 
Original Creator:
syn Sophia 
Takara Tomy 
Photography Lineart: C-Station 
English cast
English staff
(none)
Clara Edmonds as Mia Ageha 
Sarah Quinn as Ayami Oruri 

Clara Edmonds as Jae Eun 
Sarah Quinn as
Chae Kyung 
Hye In 
Kyoko Asechi 
Serena Jounouchi 

Sarah Quinn as
Bear-chi 
Eru Harune 
Mega-nee Akai 
Neko-chi 
Uru Harune 
English companies
Broadcaster: Animax Asia 
Production: Omni Productions 
Korean staff
Korean cast
(none)
Jeong-Mi Bae as Mia Ageha 
Korean companies
Broadcaster: SBS TV 
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