22 7

22 7

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Miu Takigawa views the world from behind the safety of her bangs, content with peacefully passing unnoticed through life. Reserved and timid, Miu struggles to converse with or even smile at customers when at her part time job, but she works tirelessly to support her mother and precious little sister, Haru. It is a shock when a letter arrives from the entertainment company GIP, announcing that she has been chosen as a candidate for their new project. Miu decides to accept the invitation and heads to the meeting spot where the eccentric ensemble of other candidates filter in, all summoned by their own letters. Not long after, the girls are escorted by a manager to a luxurious secret facility, where it is explained that they must follow the mysterious directions of "The Wall," whose orders are absolute. The 24th of December, 2016, will see the birth of idols like no other; on that day, the group 22/7 will debut, whether or not Miu and the other members are ready to take the stage.

User Rating: 4 ( 1 votes)


English: 22/7
Japanese: 22/7
Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 11, 2020 to Mar 28, 2020
Premiered: Winter 2020
Broadcast: Saturdays at 23:00 (JST)
Producers: Aniplex, Tokyo MX, Nagoya Broadcasting Network, BS11, Shogakukan, ABC Animation, Buzz Wave
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: A-1 Pictures
Source: Other
Genres: Music
Duration: 24 min per ep
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older


Takao Abo – Director
Akiko Fujita – Sound Director
22/7 – Theme Song Performance
Yasushi Akimoto – Theme Song Lyrics
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Theme Songs

OP1: “Muzui (ムズイ)” by 22/7
ED1: #1: “Sora no Emerald (空のエメラルド)” by 22/7 (eps 1-2, 10)
ED2: #2: “One of them” by Miu Takigawa (Nagomi Saijou) (ep 3)
ED3: #3: “Ikiru koto ni Raku ni Naritai (生きることに楽になりたい)” by Sakura Fujima (Sally Amaki) (ep 4)
ED4: #4: “Yume no Fune (夢の船)” by Miyako Kouno (Mizuha Kuraoka) (ep 5)
ED5: #5: “Yuutousei ja Tsumaranai (優等生じゃつまらない)” by Reika Satou (Chiharu Hokaze) (ep 6)
ED6: #6: “Jinsei wa Waltz (人生はワルツ)” by Jun Toda (Ruri Umino) (ep 7)
ED7: #7: “Kanjou Muyouron (感情無用論)” by Akane Maruyama (Kanae Shirosawa) (ep 8)
ED8: #8: “Moonlight” by Ayaka Tachikawa (Reina Miyase) (ep 9)
ED9: #9: “Kodoku wa Kirai ja Nai (孤独は嫌いじゃない)” by Nicole Saitou (Uta Kawase) (ep 11)


Is the wall some kind of superstition?


I like how everyone in the show is unironically impressed by the supposed best singer of the group’s jarringly auto tuned vocals.


It’s not focused on the idol aspect at all, if it is, then the whole plan of it is horrible. It’s only just a bunch of boring backstories.


imagine being born with a auto tune voice pepehands


I like how different this is from the other idol anime I’ve watched. love to see a second season soon.


Gives off a different approach to producing an idol anime shows a unique and lovely feel. It tells morale that idols will never ever give up


If all the episodes were at least half as good as Jun’s spotlight, this would’ve been much more enjoyable and memorable.


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