Now with the whole team assembled, now the girls have to come up with a song and a group name. This is the hard part.
With Minori officially joining the club, the idol unit is finally assembled. With Prism Stage starting soon, the girls have to apply for it. This means coming up with a group name and a song. There is one problem. The girls don’t have a budget to have a song professionally done. As expected, none of the girls couldn’t agree with the names Mizuha came up with.
In other words, the girls split up the workload, which make it seem more like a date of some sort. Mana and Sayu worked on the lyrics while Kae and Kasumi composed the music. As for Mizuha and Minori, they simply spent time having tea as Minori lectures Mizuha on idol stuff the whole night. I have to admit that they make a really good pairing. Also, it’s quite amusing how Kae and Kasumi is having some type rave. It seems that they are really having a lot of fun that they forgot about the lyrics.
This of course leaves Mana and Sayu. Sayu comes to visit where Mana is living. As expected, it seems that they have a hard time coming up with ideas. Still, I find it amusing that Sayu wanted to share her notebooks filled with poetry that she created. However, she can’t bring herself to share them with her, until she went to the bathroom. When she came back, Mana was already reading them, thus causing her to become super embarrassed.
Thankfully, Mana admits that she finds every one of Sayu’s poem as nice and heartwarming. In other words, Sayu becomes super happy and hugs her for understanding her poetry skills. She is so happy that she admits that she is soul mates with Mana. I guess they finally reach the level where they are more than just best friends now, but rather a relationship. While they stay up all night as Mana read the stack of poetry that Sayu created, at least they managed to finish the lyrics. Surprisingly, the instrumentals fit well with the composition that Kae and Kasumi worked on.
With that, the girls finally created an original song they will use for Prism Stage. It’s titled “Kirameki Future.” Now, this leaves only the group name. After drawing some inspiration on a whiteboard, Minori comes up with a name. The name is KiRaRe and all the girls agreed on it. Now with everything decided, I wonder what outfits and the choreography will turn out next as they start preparing. We’ll see soon enough. ¶