After Miu and her friends performed at their reunion concert, they decide to have a Christmas party. Little they know, there are three new girls that shows up to their lair.
Nanabun no Nijyuuni
I have seen quite a good number of idol anime in the past. Yes, this includes Idolmaster, Love Live, the 1-hour prequel for Wake Up Girls, Ongaku Shoujo and Re:stage Dream Days. While there is some drama, a producer or the girls working together manages the aspects of the group such as costumes, music, and other aspects.
Sure, there is some drama, but there are also some funny, heartwarming moments as well. Also, the girls in the idol unit usually get along with each other through strong teamwork. Of course, there are the yuri pairings as well.
22/7 (Nanabun No Nijyuuni) is like your typical idol anime, but different in a way. It’s a media project where they picked 11 girls out of about 10,000 applicants. The chosen ones portray their respective character in real life and in animation. Yes, the concept of this project is that the idols themselves transcends dimensions between the real and animated world. As expected, I surprisingly enjoyed this show for various reasons.
[Read more…] about 22/7 (Nanabun no Nijyuuni) – Final Review
From last time, it seems that everyone collapsed except Jun after eating something. Also, we see the origins of Akane along with the big preparation for the 1-year anniversary live performance.
[Read more…] about 22/7 (Nanabun no Nijyuuni) – Episodes 7-9 – A Tragic Loss, Akane’s Hidden Past, and Sibling Rivalries
Now with Miu’s shyness out of the way, I know everyone is anticipating that beach episode. Of course, we learn about some things that Sakura is hiding about.
[Read more…] about 22/7 (Nanabun no Nijyuuni) – Episodes 4-6 – Sakura in the Rain, Team Building, and the Beach Photoshoot
Believe it or not, I enjoy watching idol anime because well, who doesn’t like cute girls singing and dancing to songs? I do mostly because there is a lot of good coming of age moments and team building. While I covered quite a lot of idol anime throughout the year, I want to change up the pace a bit.
Yes, I want to get away from the Manga Time Kirara adaptations for a bit to cover another idol anime, 22/7, also known as Nanabun no Nijyuuni. What is intriguing is that the concept of this project about “idols that transcends dimensions.” In other words, voice actresses portray their character in animation and real life. The group released CDs before the anime’s premiere, in the same way as Ongaku Shoujo.
[Read more…] about 22/7 (Nanabun no Nijyuuni) – Episodes 1-3 – The Letter that Changed Miu’s Life