Idol Memories

Idol Memories
Genre Idol
Anime television series
Directed by Katsuya Kikuchi
Written by Hiroshi Oonogi
Music by I've Sound
Studio Seven Arcs Pictures
Network Tokyo MX, AT-X
Original run October 3, 2016 – present
Episodes TBA

Idol Memories (アイドルメモリーズ Aidorumemorīzu) is a Japanese idol anime television series produced by Seven Arcs Pictures.[1]



Vivi Lin (林 薇薇 Lín Wēiwei)
Voiced by: Moe Toyota
Honest and cheerful, she can always put the other members in a good mood. With her singing skills trained through karaoke.
Sena Hattori (服部 惺梛)
Voiced by: Marika Hayase
The oldest of the StarRing members and self-proclaimed leader of the group. She looks like a knowledgeable older sister, but she's actually an airhead.
Kokona Hayakawa (早川 心桜)
Voiced by: Yuu Kimura
A girl with idol-like adorableness. She decided to become an idol because she admired her great-grandmother, who is a former stage actress.


Miku Kajiwara (梶原 未来)
Voiced by: Mayu Sagara
A serious and dependable girl, despite being the youngest member she's the leader of Shadow. She acts like a adult, but sometimes has a childish side.
Yucho La (羅 雨照 Luó Yǔzhào)
Voiced by: Ruriko Aoki
A super-lazy girl who wants to become an idol, but doesn't want to work for it.
Nanami Hoshi (星 七海)
Voiced by: Riko Kohara
A demure girl who's easily embarrassed and shy in front of new people. She is an indoor type.

Kanon Private Academy

Shoko Shirayuki
Voiced by: Nana Mizuki
Soichiro Kakaoka
Voiced by: Kosuke Sakaki
Minato Yasukawa
Voiced by: Sira Ryū
Minami Yasukawa
Voiced by: Ayahi Takagaki

Crimson Star Academy

Ren Hayami
Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu
Takumi Mori
Voiced by: Takuma Nagatsuka



An original anime tv series by studio Seven Arcs Pictures has been announced. Katsuya Kikuchi will direct the anime with scripts written by Hiroshi Oonogi, I've Sound will produce the music. Idol Memories debuted on October 3, 2016 on Tokyo MX with further airings on AT-X.

Episode list

No. Title Original air date
1 "Eikō no tiara" (栄光のティアラ) October 3, 2016
2 "Aidoru e no michi" (アイドルへの道) October 10, 2016
3 "Kagayaki to kirameki" (輝きときらめき) 


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