On the official page for the animated adaptation of the multimedia project by Kadokawa, SELECTION PROJECTthe second promotional image of the project was revealed. The press release also confirmed that the series is scheduled to premiere in Japan this year and that more information will be announced on March 28th during the event. AnimeJapan 2021.


  • Yuka Iwahashi as Ao Yodogawa.
  • Hina yoomiya as Nodoka Yagi.
  • Miharu Hanai as Shiori Yamaga.
  • Saku Mizuno as Rena Hananoi.
  • Hinaki Yano as Suzune Miyama.
  • Ruri arai as Nagisa Imau.
  • Mizuna Shirakawa as Uta Koizumi.
  • Nozomi Nagumo as Hiromi Hamaguri.
  • Shino Shimoji as Mako Toma.

Production team

  • Daisuke Hiramaki ((Naruto Shippuden, New game!) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Doga Kobo.
  • Yuuya Takahashi ((Lupine III: Part IV) is responsible for writing and monitoring the series scripts.
  • Kanna Hirayama ((Kanojo, Okarishimasu) is responsible for the character design.
  • Youhei kisara ((Love life! School Idol Project) is responsible for producing the soundtrack.

Synopsis of the selection project

The multimedia project focuses on the seventh “selection project,” an annual idol reality show from Japan that takes place every summer. The selection project is the main goal for any girl who wants to become an idol and the project follows nine girls who have won the regional qualifying rounds. Audience votes determine which girls win or lose in these "foreplay battles".

Suzune Miyama wants to be an idol like Akari Amenazawa, an idol who debuted through a reality show. Suzune had been sick since childhood, but she often listened to Akari's music when she went for a walk. Akari's voice gave Suzune a smile and courage that encouraged her to do the same for others. During her final summer in high school, Suzune decides to take part in the seventh selection project to help make her dreams come true.

Source: Comic Natalie



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