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Pretty Rhythm (プリティーリズム, Puritī Rizumu) is a Japanese Taito Type X2 arcade game by Takara Tomy. It has been adapted into a manga series by Mari Asabuki. An anime adaptation by Tatsunoko Production, titled Pretty Rhythm: Aurora Dream (プリティーリズム・オーロラドリーム, Puritī Rizumu: Ōrora Dorīmu), aired in Japan between April 2011 and March 2012.[1] This was followed by a sequel, Pretty Rhythm: Dear My Future (プリティーリズム・ディアマイフューチャー, Puritī Rizumu: Dia Mai Fyūchā), which aired between April 2012 and March 2013.[2] A third series, Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live (プリティーリズム・レインボーライブ, Puritī Rizumu: Reinbō Raibu), aired from April 6, 2013 to March 29, 2014.[3] A film was released on March 8, 2014.[4][5] A fourth anime television series, Pretty Rhythm: All-Star Selection (プリティーリズム・オールスターセレクション, Puritī Rizumu: Ōrusutā Serekushon) aired from April 5, 2014 to June 14, 2014.[6] The first season is licensed by Animax Asia
Animax Asia
in Southeast Asia. The series was succeeded by PriPara in 2014.

Contents

1 Story

1.1 Aurora Dream 1.2 Dear My Future 1.3 Rainbow Live 1.4 All-Star Selection 1.5 PriPara 1.6 King of Prism

2 Media

2.1 Arcade game 2.2 Anime

2.2.1 Aurora Dream 2.2.2 Dear My Future 2.2.3 Rainbow Live 2.2.4 All Star Selection

3 See also 4 References 5 External links

Story[edit] See also: List of Pretty Rhythm characters The franchise takes place in a world where Prism Shows, performances that are a combination of singing, dancing, fashion, and ice skating, are popular. The skaters, known as Prism Stars, use Prism Stones to coordinate their dresses and perform Prism Jumps to appeal to their fans. Aurora Dream[edit] Main article: List of Pretty Rhythm: Aurora Dream episodes Aurora Dream revolves around a klutzy girl named Aira Harune who, along with another girl named Rizumu Amamiya, is scouted to become a Prism Star. At the beginning, Aira starts to get cold feet as she has no idea of what a Prism Show is, and Rizumu is centered on her dream of performing the mysterious "Aurora Rising", a legendary Prism Jump which her mother once performed. While forming a friendship, Aira and Rizumu are joined by a veteran Prism Star, Mion Takamine, a stubborn idol who is one year older than the two. As their friendship grows, the three girls form a group called as "MARs" and work towards performing the "Aurora Rising". The girls face rivalry with the comedy and Prism Idol duet, "Serenon". They later encounter a younger girl named Chris Kaname who is able to copy others' prism jumps, including the "Aurora Rising". Later, MARs will find out that there's more to the Aurora Rising than what meets the eye, and that mastering it is not anyone's cup of tea. It is also revealed that Rizumu's mother is Sonata Kanzaki, a legendary idol who performed the Aurora Rising but disappeared soon after, where she now has a strained relationship with her daughter. Dear My Future[edit] Main article: List of Pretty Rhythm: Dear My Future episodes Dear My Future takes place three years after the events of "Aurora Dream", where all the members of MARs have become Prism Queens. The series follows a new idol, Mia Ageha, who aspires to become a greater idol than Aira. Forming her own group, "Prizmmy", alongside her friends Reina Miyama, Karin Shijimi and Ayami Ooruri, she works hard fervently to reach her goal and fulfill her dream. In addition, Mia encounters her Korean childhood friend, Hye In, who has formed her own idol group with four other girls named as Shi Yoon, Jae Eun, Chae Kyoung and So Min, with the group named "Puretty". Mia and Hye In share only one dream - to become the no.1 Prism star in the world. However, they will soon find out that becoming no.1 in the world is no easy task because a mysterious man who wanted to put an end to Prism Shows now possesses something that will obliterate the history of Prism Shows off of the face of the Earth. It's up to Prizmmy
Prizmmy
and Puretty
Puretty
to save the Prism Show from total annihilation. Rainbow Live[edit] Main article: List of Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live episodes Rainbow Live story sets in a different background from the two previous series. Naru Ayase is an 8th grader who can see the colors of music when she listens to it. For Naru, who is extremely good at decorating Prism Stones, becoming the owner of a shop like "Dear Crown" has been her dream. One day, she finds out that the manager of a newly opened shop named 'Prism Stone' is recruiting middle school girls who can perform a Prism Show and immediately applies. Naru begins to do a Prism Show at the audition and an aura she's never experienced spreads out in front of her. She even executes a new technique known as 'Prism Live'. At that moment, a mysterious, amnesiac girl named Rinne asks her if she can see "Rainbow Music". She later befriends two of her classmates: Ann Fukuhara, who is the club president of the school's PE club, and Ito 'Cross' Suzuno, a former delinquent. After their Prism Show evaluation, Ann becomes the store's cakes and sweets manager, while Ito becomes the store's make up manager at Prism Stone along with Naru as the main manager. Upon doing Prism Live their pair friends Lovelyn, Poppun and Kurrun get turned into instruments: a guitar, drumsticks and keyboard respectively. Later, the three girls form a group called "Happy RAIN", but they are constantly irritated by Bell Renjouji, Wakana Morizono and Otoha Takanashi who are students of Edel Rose, the famous school for education in Prism Shows. Later, it is shown that these girls become good friends and the three of them also find their pair friends Seshini, Ethini and Femini. It is shown that Rinne and former Prism Queen June Amou are messengers from the Prism World who bring the Prism Sparkle to different worlds. However, Rinne stayed on Earth for too long that she began to disintegrate and lose the Prism Sparkle almost completely. It is to be noted that the Rainbow Live story is later revealed to be happening in a different world from Aurora Dream and Dear My Future. Penguin-sensei encounters the Yamada equivalent Tanaka in an episode near the end of the season, but Tanaka is not the Yamada of the first two series. All-Star Selection[edit] Main article: List of Pretty Rhythm: All-Star Selection episodes All-Star Selection is a mini-show aired after Pretty Rhythm's three anime, featuring a young girl named Laala Manaka who desired to become a Prism Star and learns some lessons from the three previous Pretty Rhythm protagonists: Aira, Mia and Naru to further prepare for Laala's debut. This aired for 11 episodes and recounts events from the three anime such as Aurora Dream, Dear My Future and Rainbow Live. PriPara[edit] Main article: PriPara PriPara is the successor to the Pretty Rhythm franchise, which changed the franchise logo due to the discontinuation of Pretty Rhythm arcade game. Like Rainbow Live, it's yet set in a different story background with new characters, however, the relationships of Pripara and other series are briefly mentioned in the film " PriPara the Movie: Everyone, Assemble! Prism ☆ Tours". King of Prism[edit] King of Prism is a spinoff of Rainbow Live, which is a film series instead of TV animation series. The story introduces Shin, a boy who desires to become a Prism Star and follows steps of "Over The Rainbow". King of Prism’s all-male cast and story derive from Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live, a 2013 anime made for young girls based on the arcade game of the same name developed by syn Sophia and published by Takara Tomy. [7] The 2016 film grossed 250 million yen in its two-month run.[8] The 2017 film Pride the Hero grossed over 600 million yen.[9] Media[edit]

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Arcade game[edit]

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Anime[edit] Aurora Dream[edit] Pretty Rhythm: Aurora Dream, produced by Tatsunoko Production, aired on TV Tokyo
TV Tokyo
between April 2, 2011 and March 31, 2012. The English dub aired on Animax Asia
Animax Asia
from January 31, 2014 to April 11, 2014. Opening themes

You May Dream by LISP "I Want to Fall in Love 1000%" (1000%キュンキュンさせてよ♥, 1000% Kyunkyun Sasete yo ♥) by Pretty Rhythm ☆ All Stars

Ending themes

Happy GO Lucky! 〜ハピ☆ラキでゴー!〜 by SUPER☆GiRLS We Will Win! -KOKORO no BATON de PO·PON no PO~N☆- by Tokyo Girls' Style Pretty Rhythm de Go! by MARs Everybody's Gonna be Happy by Prizmmy

Insert songs

"Callings" (Takashi Kondō, Kenn & Nobuhiko Okamoto): "1/1000永遠の美學" "MARs" (Kana Asumi, Sayuri Hara & Azusa Kataoka): Mera Mera Heart ga Atsuku Naru "Harune Aira" (Kana Asumi): Dream Goes On "Amamiya Rizumu" (Sayuri Hara): Kokoro Juuden! "Takamine Mion" (Azusa Kataoka): Switch On My Heart "MARs" (Kana Asumi, Sayuri Hara & Azusa Kataoka): Hop! Step!! Jump!!! "Serenon" ( Madoka Yonezawa & Satomi Akesaka) : "Never Let Me Down 〜がんばりやぁ!〜" "Callings" (Takashi Kondō, Kenn & Nobuhiko Okamoto): Itoshii no Tinkerbell "Chris Kaname" (Kanae Itō): Shall We Go!? "Toudou Kanon" (Satomi Akesaka): Don't Give Up "Jounouchi Serena" (Madoka Yonezawa): Wonderful World

Dear My Future[edit] A sequel to Aurora Dream, Pretty Rhythm: Dear My Future, aired between April 7, 2012 and March 30, 2013. The English dub for Dear My Future premiered on April 14, 2014. Opening themes

Prizmmy☆: "Dear My Future ~Mirai no Jibun~" (Dear My Future ~未来の自分へ~) Prizmmy☆: "BRAND NEW WORLD!!" Prizmmy☆
Prizmmy☆
(Rumi Ōkubo, Natsumi Takamori, Minami Tsuda & Ayane Sakura): "Life is Just a Miracle ~Being Alive is Wonderful~" (Life is Just a Miracle ~生きているって素晴らしい~) Prizmmy☆: "Pump it Up!" (パンピナッ!, Panpina!)

Ending themes

Prizmmy☆: "my Transform" PURETTY: "Cheki☆Love" (チェキ☆ラブ) Prizmmy☆: "Body Rock" PURETTY: "Shuwa Shuwa Baby" (シュワシュワBABY)

Insert songs

Mars (Kana Asumi, Sayuri Hara & Azusa Kataoka): "You May Dream (オーロラライジング Ver.)" Prizmmy☆: "Party Driver" Prizmmy☆: "Summer day" Aira Harune (Kana Asumi): "Dream Goes On" 東京女子流: "LolitA☆Strawberry in summer" Dream5 : "EZ DO DANCE" Pretty Rhythm ☆ All Stars: "I Want to Fall in Love 1000%" (1000%キュンキュンさせてよ♥, 1000% Kyunkyun Sasete yo ♥) Callings (Takashi Kondō, Kenn & Nobuhiko Okamoto): "1/1000永遠の美學" Serenon with Kaname (Madoka Yonezawa, Satomi Akesaka & Kanae Itō): "Never Let Me Down 〜がんばりやぁ!〜" Kaname Amamiya (Kanae Itō): "Shall We Go?!" Sprouts (Natsumi Takamori, Ayane Sakura & Madoka Yonezawa): "Mirage JET" P&P (Minami Tsuda, Kanae Itō
Kanae Itō
& Kaori Kane): "Thank You!!" (サンキュッ!!, Sankyu!!) LOVE-MIX ( Minami Takayama & Motoko Kumai): "LOVE♥MIX" COSMOs (Rumi Ōkubo, Marie Miyake & Satomi Akesaka): "cheer! yeah!×2" Prizmmy☆: "BRAND NEW WORLD!!" Serenon with Kaname (Madoka Yonezawa, Satomi Akesaka & Kanae Itō): "Yoi Nakaso" (よいなかそ) MARs (Kana Asumi, Sayuri Hara & Azusa Kataoka): "Que Sera" PURETTY: "Shuwa Shuwa Baby" (シュワシュワBABY) Prizmmy☆
Prizmmy☆
(Rumi Ōkubo, Natsumi Takamori, Minami Tsuda & Ayane Sakura): "Life is Just a Miracle ~Being Alive is Wonderful~ (Life is Just a Miracle ~生きているって素晴らしい~) MARs (Kana Asumi, Sayuri Hara & Azusa Kataoka): "You May Dream" Prizmmy☆: "Dear My Future ~Mirai no Jibun~" (Dear My Future ~未来の自分へ~)

Rainbow Live[edit] The third sequel, Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live, premiered on April 6, 2013. The English dub of Rainbow Live premiered on Animax Asia
Animax Asia
on June 24, 2014. Opening themes

Prizmmy☆: "BOY MEETS GIRL" Prizmmy☆: "EZ DO DANCE" Prizmmy☆: "CRAZY GONNA CRAZY" Prizmmy☆: "Butterfly Effect"

Ending themes

Prism☆Box: "RainBow×RainBow" i☆Ris: "§ Rainbow" HAPPY RAIN (Emiri Katō, Yū Serizawa & Mikako Komatsu): "I wannabee myself!! ~I want to be myself!~" (I wannabee myself!! ~自分らしくいたい!~, I wannabee myself!! ~Jibunrashiku Itai!~) Prism☆Box: "Happy StarRestaurant"

Insert songs

Rinne (Ayane Sakura): "gift" Prizmmy☆: "BOY MEETS GIRL" Naru Ayase (Emiri Katō): "Heart♥Multi♥Colored~Dream" (ハート♥イロ♥トリドリ~ム, Hato♥Iro♥Toridori~mu) Ito Suzuno (Mikako Komatsu): "BT37.5" Ann Fukuhara (Yū Serizawa): "Sweet time Cooking magic 〜胸ペコなんです私って〜" Prism☆Box: "RainBow×RainBow" Kōji Mihama (Tetsuya Kakihara), Hiro Hayami (Tomoaki Maeno) & Kazuki Nishina (Toshiki Masuda): "BOY MEETS GIRL -Prism Boys ver.-" Kōji Mihama (Tetsuya Kakihara): "Reboot" Otoha Takanashi (Saori Gotō): "Vanity♥colon" Wakana Morizono (Maaya Uchida): "Blowin' in the Mind" Bell Renjōji (Haruka Tomatsu): "Get music!" Hiro Hayami (Tomoaki Maeno): "pride" Prizmmy☆: "EZ DO DANCE" Bell Rose (Haruka Tomatsu, Saori Gotō & Maaya Uchida): "Rosette Nebula" Satomi Akesaka: "Throbbing Days" (と・き・め・きDays, To・Ki・Me・Ki Deizu) HAPPY RAIN (Emiri Katō, Yū Serizawa & Mikako Komatsu): "Downpour HAPPY!" (どしゃぶりHAPPY!, Doshaburi Happī) Satomi Akesaka: "FreeDreamin' " Kazuki Nishina (Toshiki Masuda): "FREEDOM" Juné Amou (Rumi Shishido): "nth Color" Ann Fukuhara (Yū Serizawa) & Wakana Morizono (Maaya Uchida): "cherry-picking days" Ito Suzuno (Mikako Komatsu) & Otoha Takanashi (Saori Gotō): "ALIVE" Naru Ayase (Emiri Katō) & Bell Renjōji (Haruka Tomatsu): "Little Wing&Beautiful Pride" Rinne (Ayane Sakura) & Juné Amou (Rumi Shishido): "Sevendays Love, Sevendays Friend" Over The Rainbow (Tetsuya Kakihara, Tomoaki Maeno & Toshiki Masuda): "athletic core"

All Star Selection[edit] Opening themes

"You May Dream" by LISP Prizmmy☆: "Dear My Future ~Mirai no Jibun~" (Dear My Future ~未来の自分へ~) Prizmmy☆: "BOY MEETS GIRL" Prizmmy☆: "Pump it Up!" (パンピナッ!, Panpina!) Prizmmy☆
Prizmmy☆
(Rumi Ōkubo, Natsumi Takamori, Minami Tsuda & Ayane Sakura): "Life is Just a Miracle" (Life is Just a Miracle ~生きているって素晴らしい~) Prizmmy☆: "CRAZY GONNA CRAZY" Pretty Rhythm ☆ All Stars: "I Want to Fall in Love 1000%" (1000%キュンキュンさせてよ♥, 1000% Kyunkyun Sasete yo ♥)

Ending themes

"Happy GO Lucky! ~Happy☆Lucky de GO!~" (Happy GO Lucky! 〜ハピ☆ラキでゴー!〜) by SUPER☆GiRLS "my Transform" by Prizmmy☆ "RainBowxRainBow" by Prism☆Box "Shuwa Shuwa BABY (シュワシュワBABY;Fizz Fizz BABY)" by PURETTY "We Will Win! -Kokoro no Baton de Po Pon no Po~n☆-" (We Will Win! -ココロのバトンでポ・ポンのポ〜ン☆-) by Tokyo Girls' Style "Body Rock" by Prizmmy☆ "I wannabee myself ~Jibun Rashiku Itai~ (I wannabee myself〜自分らしくいたい〜)" by Emiri Katō & Yū Serizawa & Mikako Komatsu "Everybody's Gonna Be Happy" by Prizmmy☆ "Happy StarRestaurant" by Prism☆Box

Insert songs

"1/1000 Eien no Bigaku" (1/1000永遠の美学) by Callings (Takashi Kondo, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Kenn) "Blowin' in the Mind" by Maaya Uchida (ep 6) "cheer! yeah! X2" by Cosmos (Rumi Ookubo & Marie Miyake & Satomi Akesaka) "Dream Goes On" by Kana Asumi "gift" by Ayane Sakura "Life is Just a Miracle ~Ikiteru tte Subarashii~ (Life is Just a Miracle ~生きてるって素晴らしい~; It's Wonderful to be Alive)" by Prizmmy☆
Prizmmy☆
Voice Actress "Never Let Me Down ~Ganbari ya!~" (〜がんばりやぁ!〜) by Madoka Yonezawa & Satomi Akesaka "Reboot" by Tetsuya Kakihara "Rosette Nebula" by Haruka Tomatsu & Maaya Uchida & Saori Goto "Sweet time Cooking magic ~Hara Peko Nan Desu Watashi tte~ (Sweet time Cooking magic ~腹ペコなんです私って~;I'm So Hungry)" by Yū Serizawa "Switch On My Heart" by Azusa Kataoka "You May Dream ~Aurora Rising Ver.~" by LISP

See also[edit]

PriPara

References[edit]

General

プリティーリズム・オーロラドリーム (in Japanese). TV Tokyo. Archived from the original on September 12, 2011. Retrieved June 12, 2011. 

Specific

^ "Takara Tomy's Pretty Rhythm Shōjo Game Gets TV Anime". Anime News Network. January 18, 2010. Retrieved January 19, 2011.  ^ " Pretty Rhythm Dear My Future Anime to Premiere in April". January 30, 2012. Retrieved February 3, 2012.  ^ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-01-21/pretty-rhythm-rainbow-live-anime-to-premiere-in-april ^ " Pretty Rhythm Shōjo Anime Gets Its 1st Film Next Spring". Anime News Network. 2013-12-22. Retrieved 2013-12-22.  ^ "プリティリズム劇場版". Retrieved 2014-01-13.  ^ "New Pretty Rhythm Shōjo TV Anime to Premiere on April 5". January 22, 2014. Retrieved January 22, 2014.  ^ http://around-akiba.com/stories/what-is-king-of-prism-by-pretty-rhythm/ ^ http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2016/03/10/king-of-prism-by-pretty-rhythm-film-has-earned-250-million-yen-in-two-months ^ https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-10-21/king-of-prism-pride-the-hero-anime-film-earns-600-million-yen/.123025

External links[edit]

Official website at Takara Tomy
Takara Tomy
(in Japanese) Pretty Rhythm: Aurora Dream official anime website Movie Official website (in Japanese) Pretty Rhythm: Aurora Dream (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia

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Television series

1960s

Space Ace (1965–1966) Speed Racer
Speed Racer
(1967–1968) Oraa Guzura Dado
Oraa Guzura Dado
(1967–1968) Dokachin the Primitive Boy
Dokachin the Primitive Boy
(1968–1969) Judo Boy
Judo Boy
(1969) The Genie Family
The Genie Family
(1969–1970)

1970s

The Adventures of Hutch the Honeybee
The Adventures of Hutch the Honeybee
(1970–1971) Inakappe Taishō
Inakappe Taishō
(1970–1972) Hyppo and Thomas
Hyppo and Thomas
(1971–1972) Animentari Ketsudan (1971–1972) Mokku of the Oak Tree (1972–1973) Science Ninja Team Gatchaman
Science Ninja Team Gatchaman
(1972–1974) Tamagon the Counselor
Tamagon the Counselor
(1972–1973) Demetan Croaker, The Boy Frog
Demetan Croaker, The Boy Frog
(1973) Casshan
Casshan
(1973–1974) Bôken Korobokkuru
Bôken Korobokkuru
(1973–1974) New Honeybee Hutch (1974) Urikupen Kyūjotai (1974–1975) Hurricane Polymar
Hurricane Polymar
(1974–1975) The Song of Tentomushi
The Song of Tentomushi
(1974–1976) Tekkaman: The Space Knight (1975) Time Bokan
Time Bokan
(1975–1976) Goliath the Super Fighter (1976) Paul's Miraculous Adventure
Paul's Miraculous Adventure
(1976–1977) Yatterman
Yatterman
(1977–1979) Ippatsu Kanta-kun
Ippatsu Kanta-kun
(1977–1978) Temple the Balloonist
Temple the Balloonist
(1977–1978) Tobidase! Machine Hiryū (1977) Gatchaman II (1978–1979) Zenderman
Zenderman
(1979–1980) Gatchaman Fighter (1979–1980) Gordian Warrior (1979–1981) Daddy-Long-Legs (1979)

1980s

The Littl' Bits
The Littl' Bits
(1980) Rescueman
Rescueman
(1980–1981) Muteking, The Dashing Warrior
Muteking, The Dashing Warrior
(1980–1981) Kaitei Daisensou: Ai no 20,000 Miles (1981) Yattodetaman
Yattodetaman
(1981–1982) Gold Lightan, The Gold Warrior (1981–1982) Superbook (1981–1982) Dash Kappei
Dash Kappei
(1981–1982) Gyakuten! Ippatsuman
Gyakuten! Ippatsuman
(1982–1983) The Flying House (1982–1983) The Super Dimension Fortress Macross
The Super Dimension Fortress Macross
(1982–1983) Mirai Keisatsu Urashiman (1983) Superbook II (1983) Itadakiman
Itadakiman
(1983) Genesis Climber MOSPEADA
Genesis Climber MOSPEADA
(1983–1984) Okawari-Boy Starzan S
Okawari-Boy Starzan S
(1984) Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross
Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross
(1984) Yoroshiku Mechadoc (1984–1985) Alpen Rose
Alpen Rose
(1985) Shouwa Ahozoushi Akanuke Ichiban! (1985–1986) Hikari no Densetsu
Hikari no Densetsu
(1986) Doteraman
Doteraman
(1986–1987) Akai Kōdan Zillion (1987) Oraa Guzura Dado
Oraa Guzura Dado
(1987–1988) Legend of Heavenly Sphere Shurato
Legend of Heavenly Sphere Shurato
(1989–1990) Time Travel Tondekeman
Time Travel Tondekeman
(1989–1990) Konchu Monogatari: Minashigo Hutch (1989–1990)

1990s

Kyatto Ninden Teyandee
Kyatto Ninden Teyandee
(1990–1991) Robin Hood no Daibōken (1990–1992) Tekkaman Blade (1992–1993) The Irresponsible Captain Tylor
The Irresponsible Captain Tylor
(1993) Shirayuki Hime no Densetsu (1994–1995) Neon Genesis Evangelion
Neon Genesis Evangelion
(1995–1996) Dokkan! Robotendon (1995–1996) Cinderella Monogatari (1996) Speed Racer
Speed Racer
X (1997) Generator Gawl
Generator Gawl
(1998) Seikimatsu Densetsu: Wonderful Tatsunoko Land (1999)

2000s

Time Bokan
Time Bokan
2000: Kaitou Kiramekiman (2000) The SoulTaker (2001) Yobarete Tobidete Akubi-chan (2001–2002) Akubi Girl (2006) Yatterman
Yatterman
(2008–2009) Mach Girl (2008–2009) Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
(2008–2009) Beyblade: Metal Fusion (2009–2010)

2010s

Beyblade: Metal Masters (2010–2011) Tachumaru Gekijō (2010–2011) Pretty Rhythm: Aurora Dream (2011–2012) Sket Dance (2011–2012) [C]: The Money of Soul and Possibility Control (2011) Pretty Rhythm: Dear My Future (2012–2013) Muromi-san (2013) Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live (2013–2014) Gatchaman Crowds
Gatchaman Crowds
(2013) Wake Up, Girls!
Wake Up, Girls!
(2014) Pretty Rhythm: All-Star Selection (2014) Ping Pong (2014) PriPara (2014–2017) Psycho-Pass
Psycho-Pass
2 (2014) Yatterman
Yatterman
Night (2015) Gatchaman Crowds
Gatchaman Crowds
insight (2015) Nurse Witch Komugi
Nurse Witch Komugi
R (2016) Time Bokan
Time Bokan
24 (2016–2017) Idol Time PriPara (2017–2018) Makeruna!! Aku no Gundan! (2017) Infini-T Force (2017) Time Bokan: Gyakushū no San-Akunin (2017–present) Kiratto Pri Chan (2018–present)

OVAs/ONAs

Megazone 23
Megazone 23
- Part I (1985) Genesis Climber MOSPEADA: Love Live Alive (1985) Megazone 23
Megazone 23
- Part II (1986) Outlanders (1986) The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Flash Back 2012 (1987) Zillion: Burning Night (1988) Megazone 23
Megazone 23
- Part III (1989) Shurato: Dark Genesis (1991–1992) Casshan: Robot Hunter (1993–1994) Time Bokan: Royal Revival (1993–1994) Tekkaman Blade II (1994–1995) Gatchaman (1994–1995) Hurricane Polymar: Holy Blood (1996–1997) Nurse Witch Komugi
Nurse Witch Komugi
(2002–2003) Nurse Witch Komugi-Chan Magikarte Z (2004) Sky Kids Booby (2004–2009) Karas (2005–2007) Yozakura Quartet
Yozakura Quartet
-Hoshi no Umi- (2010–2011) Princess Resurrection
Princess Resurrection
(2010–2011) A Town Where You Live: Twilight Intersection (2012) Ippatsu-Hicchuu! Devander (2012) Sket Dance (2013) Transformers Go! (2013–2014) Yozakura Quartet
Yozakura Quartet
-Hana no Uta- (2013–2014) Yozakura Quartet
Yozakura Quartet
-Tsuki ni Naku- (2013–2014) Gatchaman Crowds: Embrace (2014) Transformers: Combiner Wars (2016) Transformers: Titans Return (2017–2018) Transformers: Power of the Primes (2018)

Films

Science Ninja Team Gatchaman: The Movie (1978) Macross: Do You Remember Love? (1984) Chikyuu Monogatari Telepath 2500 (1984) Shonen Jump Special: Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo (1985) Yatterman: Shin Yatter Mecha Daishūgō! Omocha no Kuni de Daikessen da Koron! (2009) Hutch the Honeybee (2010) Beyblade: Sol Blaze, the Scorching Hot Invader (2010) Wake Up, Girls!
Wake Up, Girls!
- Seven Idols (2014) Pretty Rhythm All-Star Selection: Prism Show☆Best Ten (2014) PriPara the Movie: Everyone, Assemble! Prism ☆ Tours (2015) Fly Out, PriPara: Aim for it with Everyone! Idol☆Grand Prix (2015) King of Prism by PrettyRhythm (2016) PriPara Minna no Akogare Let's Go PriPari (2016) PriPara the Movie: Everyone Shine! Kirarin Star Live (2017) King of Prism: PRIDE the HERO (2017) Gekijōban Infini-T Force: Gatchaman Saraba Tomo yo (2018)

Video games

Tokimeki Memorial
Tokimeki Memorial
(1995) Tatsunoko Fight
Tatsunoko Fight
(2000) Hanjuku Hero Tai 3D (2003) Tales of Rebirth
Tales of Rebirth
(2004) Hanjuku Hero 4: 7-Jin no Hanjuku Hero (2005) .hack//G.U.
.hack//G.U.
Vol. 3: Redemption (2007) Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Cross Generation of Heroes (2008) Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars (201

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