Aikatsu Planet!

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: アイカツプラネット!


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Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 10, 2021 to Jun 20, 2021
Premiered: Winter 2021
Broadcast: Sundays at 07:00 (JST)
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Game
Genre: Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Themes: MusicMusic, SchoolSchool
Duration: 10 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children

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Score: 6.511 (scored by 575575 users)
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Ranked: #61252
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Popularity: #9063
Members: 2,488
Favorites: 24

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Synopsis

The story revolves around "Aikatsu Planet," a state-of-the-art virtual world where anyone can assume the role of an avatar and becoming a most popular virtual idol. Mao Otoha, an ordinary first-year student at the private academy Seirei High School, becomes a top idol avatar Hana when Hana's previous alter ego Meisa Hinata suddenly disappeared. However, Mao's new role as the avatar Hana is a secret to everyone else.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Hana

Main
Date, Kaya
Japanese

Beat

Main
Nagao, Shizune
Japanese

Ruli

Main
Ogura, Rio
Japanese

Sala

Main
Uno, Rurika
Japanese

Ann

Main
Amy
Japanese

Shiori

Main
Watanabe, Rion
Japanese

Q-pit

Main
Mizuki
Japanese

Rose

Main
Uno, Narumi
Japanese

Katagiri, Natalie

Supporting

Segawa, Itsuki

Supporting

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Opening Theme

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"Bloomy* Smile (Bloomy*スマイル)" by Mao, Ruri, Kyouko, and Shiori from STARRY PLANET☆



Aug 27, 2021
cureglitter (All reviews)
Aikatsu Planet is, quite frankly, the perfect example of why most anime just do not work in a live action format.

STORY: 5/10

Look, they tried. Barely, but they did. This season does feature a mild mystery but, like AiParade before it, fails to actually make it matter or be at all interesting.

The new Aikatsu system is initially intriguing and fun, but is so underused it's easy to forget that anything has actually changed. Honestly, it feels like a half-hearted rip of early Pripara at times.

Overall, it feels like a cut-and-paste idol with none of the charm the animated series had, most of which was due read more
Aug 6, 2021
kuxip (All reviews)
TDLR: Story doesn't really have a plot, more slice of life. I like the way that the live action is tied into the animation. The art is a lot better than the other Aikatsu seasons. Inexperienced seiyuus, but the music is still good as always. Likeable characters. Makes me very happy, 10/10 overall. Love it!

Story (7/10):
In general there's not *that* much plot going on, as is general for kids shows. Mao becomes Hana in Aikatsu Planet after Meisa, who previously played Hana, left Aikatsu. She's a rookie who has to pretend to be an experienced top idol. That's generally the gist of it. The rest read more
Jul 30, 2021
minimiau (All reviews)
Mao Otoha is like any teenager: she goes to school, hangs out with her friends and always tries to get ahead in her studies. Her interest is ballet, but he has put it aside. Lack of interest? Perhaps. Mao is also not very interested in the world of music. One day, with her best friend, Shiori, she sees the concert of a virtual idol named Hana. Although she catches your eye, she has never imagined working in this industry.

But there's a little problem. The idol behind Hana in the real world has disappeared and the agency she works for is in trouble as Hana read more
Sep 2, 2021
Lilamon (All reviews)
I'll warn you in advance that Aikatsu Planet is definitely a show for people who already like idol anime. As someone who's spent six years of their life deeply embedded in idol culture, this show was a breath of fresh air. Both live action and animated segments blend beautifully. It always makes narrative sense when the girls are in the Aikatsu world, so the transition isn't jarring. I'm always a sucker for the cheesy idol friendship moments and this show has those in spades, but they never come off as cringey. 25 episodes is the perfect length of time to connect with the characters. No read more

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