Idol Time PriPara (TV)

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Alternative title:
アイドルタイムプリパラ (Japanese)
Themes: idols
Plot Summary: Yui is a girl who lives in the town of Paparajuku, and who dreams of being an idol, even if she realizes that being an idol is next to impossible for her. Her friends often remark on how much she dreams about it. But then, the PriPara idol theme park opens in her town, and that an idol named Laala is coming to town from Parajuku, which only makes Yui dream even bigger. The new PriPara theme park has been updated with new concepts. However, due to a system error, Laala is no longer able to PriPara Change.
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage: 2017-04-04
Opening Theme:
#1: "Just be yourself" by The World Standard
#2: "Saijōkyū Paradox" (最上級ぱらどっくす) by The World Standard
Ending Theme:
#1: "Idol:Time!!" (アイドル:タイム!!) by Arisa Date & Himika Akaneya (eps 1-13)
#2: "Idol:Time!!" (アイドル:タイム!!) by SoLaMiDressing (eps 14-26)
#3: "Heartful Dream" (ハートフル♡ドリーム) by Arisa Date, Yō Taichi, & Yuina Yamada
Insert song:
"Accha Koccha Game" (あっちゃこっちゃゲーム) by Yō Taichi (eps 10,12,14)
"Amazing Castle" (アメイジング・キャッスル) by Gaarmageddon (eps 13,14)
"Brand New Happiness!" (ブランニュー・ハピネス!) by Himika Akaneya & Arisa Date (eps 8,9,16)
"Charisma~to GIRL Yeah!" (かりすま〜とGIRL☆Yeah!) by TRiANGLE (ep 13)
"Gira Galactic Tightrope" (Giraギャラティック・タイトロープ) by WITH (eps 1,3,6,7,9,10,12,15)
"GO St ♭ Coaster" (GOスト♭コースター) by Yuina Yamada (eps 15,16)
"Just My Chance Call" by Chinatsu Akasaki w/Miyu Kubota (ep 13)
"Kimi 100% Jinsei" (君100%人生) by Nozomi Yamamoto (ep 13)
"Maaburu Make up a-ha-ha!" (ま〜ぶるMake up a-ha-ha!) by Himika Akaneya & Yū Serizawa (eps 4,5)
"Make it! ~Remake It☆Remix~" by Himika Akaneya (eps 2,5,6)
"Pakiraro!" (パキら〜ろ!) by SoLaMi♡SMILE (ep 8)
"Panic Labyrinth" (パニックラビリンス) by Reina Ueda (ep 13)
"Pure Amore Ai" (純・アモーレ・愛) by Mitsuki Saiga (ep 13)
"Red Flash Revolution" by Miyu Kubota (ep 7)
"Sugarless × Friend" (シュガーレス×フレンド) by NonSugar (ep 13)
"Ticktock Magical Idol Time!" (チクタク・Magicaる・アイドルタイム!) by Arisa Date (eps 1,3,5,6,12)
"Ticktock Magical Idol Time!" (チクタク・Magicaる・アイドルタイム!) by Azusa Satou (eps 12,14)
"Triangle Star" (トライアングル・スター) by SoLaMi♡SMILE (eps 11,13)
"Twin mirror♥compact" by Azuki Shibuya & Yūki Wakai (ep 13)
"Virtual Idol♥" (ヴァーチャデリアイドル♥) by Kanae Itō (ep 13)
"Zettai Seimei Final Show Onna" (絶対生命 final show女) by Saki Yamakita (eps 11,13)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Makoto Moriwaki
Series Composition: Michihiro Tsuchiya
Script:
Hiroko Fukuda (5 episodes
eps 9, 17, 22, 46, 51
)

Hiroko Kanasugi (7 episodes
eps 3, 11, 21, 27, 36, 40, 47
)

Kanichi Katou (10 episodes
eps 1, 6, 10, 18, 24, 29, 32, 37, 42, 48
)

Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (10 episodes
eps 2, 8, 14, 16, 23, 26, 33, 38, 43, 49
)

Michihiro Tsuchiya (eps 30, 50)
Sayuri Ooba (7 episodes
eps 4, 12, 19, 28, 34, 41, 45
)

Shigenori Tanabe (7 episodes
eps 6, 15, 25, 31, 35, 39, 44
)

Yoshiko Nakamura (eps 5, 13, 20)
Unit Director:
Hitomi Ezoe (5 episodes
eps 3, 8-9, 12, 15
)

Masakazu Hishida (eps 1-14)
Naoya Ando
Music: Takeshi Hama
Character Design:
Sang Hoon Cha
Shoji Hara
Sound Director: Yukio Nagasaki
Cgi Director: Yoshihiro Otobe
Director of Photography: Tae Hee Huh
Animation producer:
Hiromitsu Gotō
Kang Seok Woo
Assistant Director: Masafumi Sato
Background Design: Lee Won Gu
Color design: Yu Jin Lee
Color setting: Misako Akama
Editing: Masaki Sakamoto
Theme Song Performance:
Arisa Date (ED1)
Azuki Shibuya (ED2; as SoLaMiDressing)
Himika Akaneya (ED1, ED2; as SoLaMiDressing)
i☆Ris (OP3)
Miyu Kubota (ED2; as SoLaMiDressing)
Saki Yamakita (ED2; as SoLaMiDressing)
The World Standard (OP1, OP2)
Yū Serizawa (ED2; as SoLaMiDressing)
Yūki Wakai (ED2; as SoLaMiDressing)
Video Editing: Lee Young-Min
Arisa Date as Yui Yumekawa
Azusa Satou as Falala
Himika Akaneya as Laala Manaka
Yō Taichi as Nino Nijiiro
Yuina Yamada as Michiru Kōta

Asami Sanada as Gaaruru
Azuki Shibuya as
Dorothy West
Pitsuji
Azusa Satou as Fuwari Midorikaze
Chihiro Suzuki as Kuma
Hiromi Konno as Neko
Kenta Miyake as Babario Ookandagawa
Mayu Sagara as Chiako
Minami Tanaka as
Junon
Kanon
Non Manaka
Pinon
Mitsuki Saiga as Hibiki Shikyōin
Miyu Kubota as
Hana
Sophie Hōjō
Nanami Yamashita as Pepper Taiyō
Nozomi Yamamoto as Cosmo Hōjō
Reina Ueda as
Ajimi Kiki
Mimiko Jigoku
Reiō Tsuchida as Koyoi Takase
Saki Yamakita as Punicorn
Seiichirō Yamashita as Shōgo Yumekawa
Sumire Morohoshi as Usacha
Takuma Terashima as
Rei Andō
Usagi
Tomoyo Kurosawa as Galala
Yū Serizawa as
Chuppe
Mirei Minami
Yui Makino as Aroma Kurosu
Yui Watanabe as Mikan Shiratama
Yūki Wakai as
Leona West
Suzu

Anna Mugiho as Jinko Udekata
Ayaka Nanase as Rui
Chinatsu Akasaki as Chanko Nabeshima
Junichi Suwabe as Meganii Akai
Kanae Itō as Meganee Akari
Kaya Okuno as Reiko Ryūtaki
Kenta Miyake as Takky
Mai Kanazawa as Gaiko
Nichika Omori as Ran Shirakawa
Sayaka Kaneko as Aiko
Taichi Ichikawa as Megaboy
Tetsu Inada as Kyōshirō Taiiku
Urara Takano as Babaria Ookandagawa
Yurie Kozakai as Chii
Japanese companies
Background Art: Studio Tulip (OP; ED)
Finish Animation:
Studio CL (OP)
Studio Elle (OP; ED)
In-Between Animation:
Studio CL (OP)
Studio Elle (OP; ED)
Original Creator: syn Sophia
Photography: Asura Film (OP; ED)

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