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I didn't want to become an idol.

Miu Takigawa

22/7 (ナナブンノニジュウニ pronounced "nanabun no nijyuuni") is produced by animation company A-1 Pictures in association with Sony Music Records and Aniplex. It was originally announced on July 22, 2017 that an anime project was being produced for the digital seiyuu idol group of the same name, 22/7. It premiered on January 11, 2020, and ended airing on March 28, 2020.

Prologue Edit

"One day, Miu Takigawa suddenly receives a letter notifying her that she has been chosen as a member of a brand-new project.

Half in disbelief, she heads over to the location stated on the letter. There, she finds seven other girls summoned there in the same fashion.

The girls behold a giant, top-secret facility. They stand in bewilderment as they are told: "You are going to debut for a major record label as an idol group."

A new kind of idol, never-before-seen, is about to be born here..."[1]

Staff Edit

  • Original Founder and Chief Producer: Yasushi Akimoto
  • Director: Takao Abo
  • Original Character Designs:
    • Kantoku
    • Mel Kishida
    • QP:flapper (Tometa Ohara & Sakura Koharu)
    • Kouhaku Kuroboshi
    • Hirokazu Koyama (TYPE-MOON)
    • Masayoshi Tanaka
    • Mieko Hosoi
    • Yukiko Horiguchi
    • Kurehito Misaki
    • Akio Watanabe
  • Comic Storyboard: Reiji Miyajima
  • Character Designs:
    • Yukiko Horiguchi
    • Majiro
  • Chief Animation Directors:
    • Majiro
    • Akira Takata
    • Satomi Tamura
  • Assistant Director: Satsuki Takahashi
  • Series Composition:
    • Reiji Miyajima
    • Chiaki Nagai
  • Prop Design: Mayuko Yamamoto
  • Art Director: Hotaka Okamoto (KUSANAGI)
  • Art Setting: Eiko Tsunado (KUSANAGI)
  • Color Setting: Naomi Nakano
  • CG Directors:
    • Hiroyuki Yoshino (Shirogumi)
    • Nao Kudo
  • Director of Photography: Yusaku Murakami
  • Editor: Hitomi Sudo
  • Sound Director: Akiko Fujita
  • Music: Masato Nakayama
  • Music Production: Sony Music Records
  • Animation Production: A-1 Pictures
  • Produced by: ANIME 22/7

Cast Edit

Main Characters Edit

Extra Episode Characters Edit

Supporting Characters Edit

VideosEdit

TVアニメ「22 7」第2弾PV

TVアニメ「22 7」第2弾PV

Japanese Trailer

22 7 (nanabun no nijyuuni) Anime PV2

22 7 (nanabun no nijyuuni) Anime PV2

English Trailer

TVアニメ「22 7」第1弾PV

TVアニメ「22 7」第1弾PV

Japanese Trailer

22 7 (nanabun no nijyuuni) Anime Trailer 1

22 7 (nanabun no nijyuuni) Anime Trailer 1

English Trailer

TVアニメ「22 7」ティザーPV

TVアニメ「22 7」ティザーPV

DiscographyEdit

The full discography of 22/7 can be seen here.

  1. Muzui (Opening theme) (ending theme, episode 12)
  2. Sora no Emerald (Ending theme, episodes 1-2, 10)
  3. One of them (Ending theme, episode 3)
  4. Ikirukoto ni Raku ni Naritai (Ending theme, episode 4)
  5. Yume no Fune (Ending theme, episode 5)
  6. Yuutousei ja Tsumaranai (Ending theme, episode 6)
  7. Jinsei wa Waltz (Ending theme, episode 7)
  8. Kanjou Muyouron (Ending theme, episode 8)
  9. Moonlight (Ending theme, episode 9)
  10. Kodoku wa Kirai Janai (Ending theme, episode 11)
  11. Shampoo no Nioi ga Shita (Insert song, episode 2-3)
  12. Boku wa Sonzai Shiteinakatta (Insert song, episode 2-3)
  13. Koi Suru Fortune Cookie (Insert song, episode 7)
  14. Rikaisha (Insert song, episode 8)
  15. Original Soundtrack

Episodes Edit

  1. Goodbye Small World
  2. Amid the Dizziness
  3. Hello, New World
  4. The Promised Flower
  5. Just Flip It Over!
  6. Between the Even and Odd Numbers
  7. Happy☆Jet☆Coaster
  8. Dreaming Robot
  9. Lullaby of the Stars
  10. Goodbye to Our World
  11. Chasing Our Dreams
  12. nanabun no nijyuuni
  13. 8+3=?

Gallery Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The anime is based off of true events revolving around the voice actors and their experience as the group 22/7 and even experiences before this.
  • The script included lines that the voice actors themselves had said in previous interviews and alike.
    • For example, "I came to do what I didn't want to do the most.” ("一番やりたくないことをしに来ました" "Ichiban yaritakunai koto o shi ni kimashita") by Miu in episode 1, was said by Nagomi multiple times during the audition and early interviews about why she wanted to join 22/7.[2]
  • Voice recording for the anime began as early as October, which coincided with Mei's hiatus.
    • Because of this, all members except Uta recorded together. Uta recorded at a different time up until episode 9, where she joined the rest.[3]

References Edit

  1. https://227anime-usa.com/prologue/
  2. https://www.musicvoice.jp/news/202002260142187/
  3. https://www.lisani.jp/0000144411/amp/
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