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Shine Post Anime Unveils Video, Reveals July Premiere

Shine Post Anime Unveils Video, Reveals July Premiere

A new PV trailer has been revealed for the upcoming idol anime project, SHINE POST. The video debuted at the live-streamed “Shine Post Official Strategy Meeting”. The video introduces the story’s up-and-coming idols in the TINGS group, and also announces the anime’s July premiere.

The video (below) also promotes scenes from upcoming episodes of the anime. The anime will premiere in the AnichU timeslot on the NTV channel and also on BS NTV in July.


The cast of the TINGS and HY:RAIN groups will appear at an event at Tokyo’s Yamano Hall on May 14. The event will start with the earliest advance screening of the first episode.

Cast Members

The real-life idol group of SHINE POST consists of Moeko Kanisawa as Kyouka Tamaki, Yuuko Natsuyoshi as Rio Seibu, Sayumi Suzushiro as Haru Nabatame, Rimo Hasegawa as Yukine Gionji, and Rika Nakagawa as Momiji Itou. All five members will be voicing their respective characters in the anime version of TINGS.

Playing the story’s rival idol group, HY:RAIN, are:

  • Yū Serizawa as Ren Kurogane, HY:RAIN’s leader
  • Kurumi Takase as Aoba Karabayashi
  • Miyu Kubota as Itoha Karabayashi
  • Tomoyo Takayanagi as Nanoha Hiumi
  • Arisa Kōri as Yawara Naekawa

Other cast members include Ayaka Ohashi as Hotaru, Iori Noguchi as Nanami Totsuka, and Kiara Saitō as Miina Hirose.

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Who’s Part of the Production Staff?

The anime’s production staff includes Kei Oikawa (Umamusume: Pretty Derby) as director, SPP as series composer, Rakuda (ORESUKI light novel), and Tatsuto Higuchi (Revue Starlight screenwriter) as scriptwriter, Buriki (ORESUKI) as original character designer, and Yoshihiro Nagata (The Hero Is Overpowered But Overly Cautious animation director) as character designer. Studio KAI is in charge of animation production.

The anime is part of Konami Digital Entertainment and Straight Edge‘s Shine Post multimedia idol project, which also includes a game by Akihiro Ishihara (The IDOLM@STER, Love Plus, Uma Musume Pretty Derby), a manga in Kadokawa‘s Monthly Comic Alive magazine, and concerts.

See Also

Rakuda and Buriki launched the Shine Post: Nee Shitteta? Watashi o Zettai Idol ni Suru Tame no, Goku Futsū de Atarimae na, to Bikkiri no Mahou (Shine Post: Did You Know? The Most Ordinary, Natural, and Unique Magic to Make Me an Absolute Idol) light novel on October 8.

Find out more information on their official website.

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