General (not-so-)mini-post 8

This is my eighth general mini-post. Or, it would be a mini-post, if I didn’t decide to repost some things from the second one. In any case, I’m currently working on episode 43 of Innocence Seekers: April Light, although progress is slow. However, I will instead discuss the background setting of Innocence Seekers.

While the setting of Innocence Seekers: The Black Rose resembles that of the present-day real world, there are important differences. First of all, the series has aspects of alternate history. Although many things (like the World Wars) occurred in both our timeline and the series’ timeline, other things happened differently. One thing I’ll mention here is that communism was never established in Russia. A botched attempt to kill the imperial family, thanks to the interference of individuals acting independently of the Zodiac Warriors, resulted in Namari declaring “We know what you have attempted to do,” and invaded Russia with hundreds of zeppelins, bombing the Reds to submission (if you’re wondering, the imperial family made their way to Japan).

Because communism was stillborn in the Innocence Seekers timeline, China never became communist. By the time of The Black Rose, China has instead become a unified republic allied with Namari, although like in our timeline, there are still tensions between China and the United States. Despite the differences with our timeline, however, both Korea and Vietnam split up in the series’ timeline, although in both cases they are due to ideological differences. While by the time of The Black Rose Vietnam has reunified (although, like in our timeline, not without a bloody war), Korea remains separated.

Because of the differences in history, there are differences in the geopolitical landscape compared to our timeline. I may have mentioned before that Japan and Korea are under the Namari sphere of influence (at least, since World War II). What this means is that, even though they are independent, they bear an extremely close relationship with Namari, to the point where to an uninformed observer they seem to be autonomous regions (but then again, autonomous regions tend not to possess their own militaries). Because of the lack of communism, the Cold War is instead a three-way standoff between the United States and its allies, Namari and its allies, and the theocracies that have appeared in the Middle East. While in the years immediately after World War II most of the Western nations were aligned with the United States (at this point Namari’s major allies on Earth were China and Russia), in the 80s many nations switched sides to Namari.

Anyway, I’ve gone into a bit too much about the setting. Instead, some information on New World Revolution:

  • This story, like April Light, won’t be made into a game. Instead, the story will be published on this website in full.
  • I’ve finally decided on the name of the Korean magical girl. Her name will be Min Seo-Yeon (민서연, 閔瑞妍).
  • I will publish a prologue episode, which will be longer than normal episodes.
  • I may publish episodes in conjunction with those of April Light.

Anyway, that will be it with regards to Innocence Seekers.

This season, I’m only currently watching two anime, although at least two others are in my backlog. One anime, Endro!, I’m enjoying as it pokes fun at JRPG tropes. Basically, it takes place in a stereotypical fantasy RPG setting where the plot in question has occurred 999 times before. Only this time, our hero is a bumbling, airheaded girl who fumbles the spell needed to seal the Demon Lord. Of course, it helps that the character designer, Namori (the author of YuruYuri; she also did the character designs for Release the Spyce), is a fan of JRPGs (in particular, the Dragon Quest series).
While I won’t go into any details on this anime, a number of fan art has appeared referencing the voice actresses of two of the four girls. The fact that Yulia Chardiet (nicknamed “Yusha” by her friends, and of course our hero) has the same hair colour (pink) and voice actress (Hikaru Akao) as those of Kaoruko Moeta of Comic Girls hasn’t gone unnoticed, and there are also fan art crossing over Mather “Mei” Enderstto (voiced by Inori Minase) with Chino of Is the Order a Rabbit? (both girls also share the same colour theme).

Anyway, on to manga. Manga Time Kirara Carat announced in December that it will have three important announcements over three issues. The first was the announcement that Machikado Mazoku will receive an anime adaptation. I wonder what the other two announcements will be…
Anyway, with the announcement that Swap⇔Swap will be ending, the possible choices for new anime adaptations has become more limited. Some people are suggesting Harumination, although I think that an adaptation is unlikely. More likely are adaptations of Dropout Idol Fruit Tart and Koisuru Asteroid. One person on Twitter mentioned Seigi no Hanamichi; however, it’s highly unlikely there will be an adaptation of it announced in the next two issues; not only is too new, it’s not even as popular as the author’s previous manga Power of Smile.

Regardless, I’ve been a bit… disillusioned… with some of the new manga being promoted by Manga Time Kirara. I’ve long stayed away from fanservice-heavy series, but it seems that a number of newer manga feature things that turn me off (like huge breasts, or stripping, or whatever).

Anyway, the final chapter of the first part of Kirara Fantasia has been live for a while. And with time, new manga and new characters have been announced. The following is an updated cast list:

Main characters (original):

  • Kirara (voiced by Tomori Kusunoki, designed by Ume Aoki)
  • Lamp (voiced by Marika Kōno, designed by Kuroda bb)
  • Match (voiced by Suzuko Mimori, designed by Kuroda bb)

Villagers (original):

  • Clea (voiced by Azumi Waki, designed by Yui Hara)
  • Polka (voiced by Eriko Matsui, designed by Yoshitaka Ushiki)
  • Cork (voiced by Yūki Kuwahara, designed by Uro)
  • Kanna (voiced by Yōko Hikasa, designed by Shōtarō Tokunō)
  • Leine (voiced by Ai Kayano, designed by Makoto Kawai)

Villains (original):

  • Archive (voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro, designed by Satoko Kiyuduki)
  • Kuromon (designed by Satoko Kiyuduki)
  • Sugar (voiced by Yuka Iguchi, designed by Kaori Hanzawa)
  • Cesame (voiced by Chinatsu Akasaki, designed by Nekoume)
  • Cardamom (voiced by Mutsumi Tamura, designed by Afro)
  • Salt (voiced by Manami Tanaka, designed by Kaori Hanzawa)
  • Ginger (voiced by Mai Fuchigami, designed by Kaduho)
  • Fennel (voiced by Hiromi Igarashi, designed by Miyuki Nakayama)
  • Hakka (voiced by Minori Chihara, designed by Yuiko Tokumi)

Deities (original):

  • Sola (voiced by Yukana, designed by Shōtarō Tokunō)

Main characters (Part 2):

  • Utsutsu Sumeragi (voiced by Kaori Maeda, designed by Sadoru Chiba)

Scribe Guild (Part 2):

  • Media (voiced by Rin Aira, designed by Yui Hara)

Villains (Part 2):

  • Highpris (voiced by Mamiko Noto, designed by Kuroda bb)
  • Sunstone (voiced by Ayaka Ōhashi, designed by Harikamo)
  • Hinageshi (voiced by Hiyori Konno, designed by Quro)
  • Suisen
  • Lycoris (voiced by Eri Yukimura, designed by Rucchifu)

Hidamari Sketch (by Ume Aoki):

  • Yuno (voiced by Kana Asumi)
  • Miyako (voiced by Kaori Mizuhashi)
  • Hiro (voiced by Yūko Gotō)
  • Sae (voiced by Ryōko Shintani)
  • Nori (voiced by Hitomi Harada)
  • Nazuna (voiced by Chiaki Omigawa)

New Game! (by Shōtarō Tokunō):

  • Aoba Suzukaze (voiced by Yūki Takada)
  • Hifumi Takimoto (voiced by Megumi Yamaguchi)
  • Hajime Shinoda (voiced by Megumi Toda)
  • Yun Iijima (voiced by Ayumi Takeo)
  • Kō Yagami (voiced by Yōko Hikasa)
  • Rin Tōyama (voiced by Ai Kayano)
  • Momiji Mochizuki (voiced by Arisa Suzuki)
  • Tsubame Narumi (voiced by Hitomi Ohwada)
  • Nene Sakura (voiced by Madoka Asahina)
  • Umiko Ahagon (voiced by Chitose Morinaga)
  • Hotaru Hoshikawa (voiced by Manaka Iwami)
  • Shizuku Hazuki (voiced by Eri Kitamura)

A Channel (by Kuroda bb):

  • Tōru (voiced by Aoi Yūki)
  • Run (voiced by Kaori Fukuhara)
  • Yūko (voiced by Minako Kotobuki)
  • Nagi (voiced by Yumi Uchiyama)
  • Miho (voiced by Momoko Saitō)
  • Kimiko Kitō (voiced by Minori Chihara)
  • Yutaka (voiced by Ai Matayoshi)

Yuyushiki (by Komata Mikami):

  • Yuzuko Nonohara (voiced by Rumi Ōkubo)
  • Yui Ichii (voiced by Minami Tsuda)
  • Yukari Hinata (voiced by Risa Taneda)
  • Yoriko Matsumoto (voiced by Yui Horie)
  • Chiho Aikawa (voiced by Ai Kayano)
  • Kei Okano (voiced by Megumi Han)
  • Fumi Hasegawa (voiced by Mana Shimizu)

Kiniro Mosaic (by Yui Hara):

  • Karen Kujo (voiced by Nao Tōyama)
  • Alice Cartelet (voiced by Manami Tanaka)
  • Shinobu Ōmiya (voiced by Asuka Nishi)
  • Aya Komichi (voiced by Risa Taneda)
  • Yōko Inokuma (voiced by Yumi Uchiyama)
  • Honoka Matsubara (voiced by Ayaka Suwa)
  • Isami Ōmiya (voiced by Yukari Tamura)
  • Sakura Karasuma (voiced by Satomi Satō)
  • Akari Kuzehashi (voiced by Saori Ōnishi)

Magic of Stella (by cloba.U):

  • Tamaki Honda (voiced by Maria Naganawa)
  • Kayo Fujikawa (voiced by Aoi Yūki)
  • Shiina Murakami (voiced by Rie Murakawa)
  • Ayame Seki (voiced by Ari Ozawa)
  • Yumine Fuda (voiced by Ryōko Maekawa)
  • Teru Hyakutake (voiced by Chinatsu Akasaki)
  • Minaha Iino (voiced by Sayaka Kaneko, replacing the now-retired Ayaka Imamura)
  • Nono Iketani (voiced by Rina Hidaka)
  • Matsuri Tsuruse (voiced by Maria Sashide)

School-Live! (characters designed by Sadoru Chiba):

  • Yuki Takeya (voiced by Inori Minase)
  • Kurumi Ebisuzawa (voiced by Ari Ozawa)
  • Yūri Wakasa (voiced by M.A.O)
  • Miki Naoki (voiced by Rie Takahashi)
  • Megumi Sakura (voiced by Ai Kayano)
  • Kei Shidō (voiced by Juri Kimura)

Urara Meirochō (by Harikamo):

  • Chiya (voiced by Sayaka Harada)
  • Kon Tatsumi (voiced by Kaede Hondo)
  • Koume Yukimi (voiced by Yurika Kubo)
  • Nono Natsume (voiced by Haruka Yoshimura)
  • Nina Natsume (voiced by Ai Kayano)
  • Saku Iroi (voiced by Ayaka Suwa)
  • Omi Nijō (voiced by Kana Ichinose)
  • Tsubaki Hanabara (voiced by Mutsumi Tamura)

Kill Me Baby (by Kaduho):

  • Sonya (voiced by Mutsumi Tamura)
  • Yasuna Oribe (voiced by Chinatsu Akasaki)
  • Agiri Goshiki (voiced by Minami Shinoda, replacing the disgraced Ai Takabe)

Sakura Trick (by Tachi):

  • Haruka Takayama (voiced by Haruka Tomatsu)
  • Yū Sonoda (voiced by Yuka Iguchi)
  • Kotone Noda (voiced by Yūka Aisaka)
  • Shizuku Minami (voiced by Hiromi Igarashi)
  • Kaede Ikeno (voiced by Mai Fuchigami)
  • Yuzu Iizuka (voiced by Megumi Toda)
  • Sumi Otokawa (voiced by Momo Asakura)
  • Mitsuki Sonoda (voiced by Saki Fujita)

Blend S (by Miyuki Nakayama):

  • Maika Sakuranomiya (voiced by Azumi Waki)
  • Kaho Hinata (voiced by Akari Kitō)
  • Mafuyu Hoshikawa (voiced by Anzu Haruno)
  • Miu Amano (voiced by Atsumi Tanezaki)
  • Hideri Kanzaki (voiced by Sora Tokui)
  • Aika Sakuranomiya (voiced by Rei Matsuzaki)

Dream Eater Merry (by Yoshitaka Ushiki):

  • Merry Nightmare (voiced by Ayane Sakura)
  • Isana Tachibana (voiced by Ai Kayano)
  • Engi Threepiece (voiced by Aya Endō)
  • Yui Kōnagi (voiced by Tomoko Akiya)

Slow Start (by Yuiko Tokumi):

  • Hana Ichinose (voiced by Reina Kondō)
  • Kamuri Sengoku (voiced by Maria Naganawa)
  • Eiko Tokura (voiced by Tomomi Mineuchi)
  • Tamate Momochi (voiced by Ayasa Itō)
  • Hiroe Hannen (voiced by Maaya Uchida)
  • Shion Kyōzuka (voiced by M.A.O)
  • Kiyose Enami (voiced by Manami Numakura)
  • Miki Tokura (voiced by Tomori Kusunoki)

Laid-Back Camp (by Afro):

  • Nadeshiko Kagamihara (voiced by Yumiri Hanamori)
  • Rin Shima (voiced by Nao Tōyama)
  • Aoi Inuyama (voiced by Aki Toyosaki)
  • Ena Saitō (voiced by Rie Takahashi)
  • Chiaki Ōgaki (voiced by Sayuri Hara)

Hanayamata (by Sō Hamayumiba):

  • Naru Sekiya (voiced by Reina Ueda)
  • Hana N. Fountainstand (voiced by Minami Tanaka)
  • Yaya Sasame (voiced by Kaya Okuno)
  • Tami Nishimikado (voiced by Yuka Ōtsubo)

Comic Girls (by Kaori Hanzawa):

  • Kaoruko Moeta (voiced by Hikaru Akao)
  • Koyume Koizuka (voiced by Kaede Hondo)
  • Ruki Irokawa (voiced by Saori Ōnishi)
  • Tsubasa Katsuki (voiced by Rie Takahashi)
  • Suzu Fūra (voiced by Reina Ueda)
  • Miki Irokawa (voiced by Hina Kino)
  • Miharu Nijino (voiced by Ayaka Nanase)

Anne Happy (by Cotoji):

  • Anne “Hanako” Hanakoizumi (voiced by Yumiri Hanamori)
  • Ruri “Hibari” Hibarigaoka (voiced by Haruka Shiraishi)
  • Botan Kumegawa (voiced by Kiyono Yasuno)
  • Hibiki Hagyū (voiced by Hibiku Yamamura)
  • Ren Ekoda (voiced by Mayu Yoshioka)
  • Tsubaki Sayama (voiced by Chitose Morinaga)

K-On! (by Kakifly):

  • Yui Hirasawa (voiced by Aki Toyosaki)
  • Mio Akiyama (voiced by Yōko Hikasa)
  • Ritsu Tainaka (voiced by Satomi Satō)
  • Tsumugi Kotobuki (voiced by Minako Kotobuki)
  • Azusa Nakano (voiced by Ayana Taketatsu)
  • Ui Hirasawa (voiced by Madoka Yonezawa)

Harukana Receive (by Nyoijizai):

  • Haruka Ōzora (voiced by Kana Yūki)
  • Kanata Higa (voiced by Saki Miyashita)
  • Claire Thomas (voiced by Atsumi Tanezaki)
  • Emily Thomas (voiced by Rie Suenaga)
  • Akari Ōshiro (voiced by Chisaki Kimura)
  • Narumi Tōi (voiced by Miyuri Shimabukuro)
  • Ayasa Tachibana (voiced by Kanae Itō)

Is the Order a Rabbit? (by Koi):

  • Cocoa (voiced by Ayane Sakura)
  • Chino (voiced by Inori Minase)
  • Rize (voiced by Risa Taneda)
  • Chiya (voiced by Satomi Satō)
  • Syaro (voiced by Maaya Uchida)
  • Maya (voiced by Sora Tokui)
  • Megu (voiced by Rie Murakawa)
  • Mocha (voiced by Ai Kayano)

Anima Yell! (by Tsukasa Unohana):

  • Kohane Hatoya (voiced by Yuka Ozaki)
  • Hizume Arima (voiced by Yuina Yamada)
  • Uki Sawatari (voiced by Mikako Izawa)
  • Kotetsu Tatejima (voiced by Tomori Kusunoki)
  • Kana Ushiku (voiced by Haruka Shiraishi)
  • Towa Inaba (voiced by Saki Minami)

Three Leaves, Three Colors (by Cherry Arai):

  • Yōko Nishikawa (voiced by Yū Wakui)
  • Futaba Odagiri (voiced by Mai Kanazawa)
  • Teru Hayama (voiced by Maya Yoshioka, replacing the now-retired Ayaka Imamura)
  • Serina Nishiyama (voiced by Machico)
  • Shino Sonobe (voiced by Rika Momokawa)
  • Asako Kondō (voiced by Aina Suzuki)
  • Kō Hayama (voiced by Asuka Nishi)

That will be all.

Edit (2019-02-17): If you haven’t noticed, there are two characters in the above cast list that have not appeared in their respective anime adaptations.

  • From Urara Meirochō, there is Omi Nijō. She is an urara from Tatsumi-ya (in other words, her teacher was Kon’s mother), and meets the girls in the school for ninth-ranked urara. She is also one of the three teams who successfully completed the ninth-rank examination, and she did it alone. Her specialty is dream divination.
    In Kirara Fantasia, she is voiced by Kana Ichinose.
  • From Magic of Stella, there is Nono Iketani. The newest and youngest member of the SNS club, she is the club’s voice actress. She is also the virtual idol Koishirosaki Ruruna, and looks up to Kayo.
    In Kirara Fantasia, she is voiced by Rina Hidaka.

Some people have taken these as signs of pending second seasons, but I consider such thoughts wishful thinking. In any case, I won’t speculate on which non-anime character will appear next, but I do hope that Matsuri of Hidamari Sketch will appear in the game.

P.S. Urgh, typos again.

Edit (2019-02-27): Two additional works will feature in Kirara Fantasia, including one that has not been adapted into an anime. Both are by Satoko Kiyuduki, and the cast lists are shown below:
GA Geijutsuka Art Design Class

  • Kisaragi Yamaguchi (voiced by Haruka Tomatsu)
  • Miki “Nodamiki” Noda (voiced by Ai Tokunaga)
  • Tomokane (voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro)
  • Miyabi Ōmichi (voiced by Kaori Nazuka)
  • Namiko Nozaki (voiced by Yui Horie)

Shoulder-a-Coffin Kuro

  • Kuro (voiced by Mai Kanazawa, replacing Minami Takayama)

This will mark the first time a non-anime work will appear in Kirara Fantasia (although Shoulder-a-Coffin Kuro was adapted into a drama CD in 2007).

To other things: I corrected a typo in the cast list above. I had “u” where it was supposed to be an “a”, and that would’ve caused confusion, given that both names referred to existing voice actresses.

Finally, I have some additional news regarding Manga Time Kirara Carat, but that will wait until tomorrow, so please keep an eye on this space.

Edit (2019-02-28): The April issue of Manga Time Kirara Carat has announced that Quro’s Koisuru Asteroid will be receiving an anime adaptation (front cover of magazine, message from author). Already a website and a Twitter account for the anime have been put up.

This marks the second of three “important announcements” in the magazine. Any ideas on what the third will be? I have no idea…

Edit (2019-03-09): Cast list update

Also, here is the list of the 13th Seiyū Award winners. I wish to congratulate all the winners, particularly Yūma Uchida and Yuko Sanpei (admittedly, I don’t know that much about Sanpei, and I mainly know Uchida as the younger brother of Maaya Uchida).
I only made two predictions for this iteration, that is, Tomori Kusunoki and Kaede Hondo would be among the winners of the Best New Actress award, and I was right on both counts. I expected Kusunoki to win after her performance in GGO. And while I have heard Hondo’s voice a number of times before 2018, it was her performance as Koyume Koizuka of Comic Girls that I particularly enjoyed, and it was because of that role that I became a fan of her.

Edit (2019-03-11): Another cast list update

Edit (2019-03-24): Another cast list update

Also, there will be a manga adaptation of the main quest of Kirara Fantasia, and a new quest to begin in June.

Edit (2019-04-21): Another cast list update

Edit (2019-07-05): Another cast list update

Edit (2019-07-11): In September, the characters of Machikado Mazoku will make their appearance in Kirara Fantasia. The cast list is below:

  • Yūko Yoshida (voiced by Konomi Kohara)
  • Momo Chiyoda (voiced by Akari Kitō)
  • Mikan Hinatsuki (voiced by Tomoyo Takayanagi)
  • Lilith (voiced by Minami Takahashi)
  • Added in February 2020:
  • Ryōko Yoshida (voiced by Hitomi Ohwada)

Edit (2019-07-25): On the day of the release of the final volume, it has been announced that Harumination will feature in Kirara Fantasia from this autumn. More details will be given later.

Edit (2019-09-22): Another cast list update

Edit (2019-10-04): Today it has been announced that Nichika Omori will be voicing Harumi Hosono (from Harumination) in Kirara Fantasia. This is her first major role in any Kirara-related work, and second overall (she voiced a minor character in Castle Town Dandelion).

Edit (2019-10-12): Another cast list update

Edit (2019-11-08): Another cast list update

Edit (2020-01-26): A bit late (I’ve been neglecting the site), but another cast list update. Also, the two main characters of Asteroid in Love, Mira Konohata (Tomoyo Takayanagi) and Ao Manaka (Megumi Yamaguchi), will appear in Kirara Fantasia in March.

Edit (2020-02-07): The girls of Gourmet Girl Graffiti will be making their appearance in Kirara Fantasia. The cast list is below:

  • Ryō Machiko (voiced by Rina Satō)
  • Kirin Morino (voiced by Asuka Ōgame)
  • Shiina (voiced by Mikako Komatsu)
  • Added in July 2021
  • Yuki Uchiki (voiced by Yuka Iguchi)

Edit (2020-02-08): Another cast list update

Miki Irokawa of Comic Girls is the next non-anime character to appear in Kirara Fantasia. The younger sister of Ruki, Miki is an aspiring manga artist who moves into the dormitory in the second year of the story. She looks up to her sister, already an established manga artist, but in the beginning does not know what her sister actually draws, believing that Ruki is doing children’s manga involving animals (which was Ruki’s original intention). In Kirara Fantasia, she is voiced by Hina Kino.

Edit (2020-02-24): Another cast list update

Edit (2020-03-15): Another cast list update

Matsuri Tsuruse of Magic of Stella is the next non-anime character to appear in Kirara Fantasia. While I haven’t read that far into the manga, (I presume) she is, like Nono, also in the ninth grade. In Kirara Fantasia, she is voiced by Maria Sashide.

Edit (2020-04-14): Another cast list update

In June, the two lead characters of Tamayomi, Yomi Takeda (Kaori Maeda) and Tamaki Yamazaki (Satomi Amano), will appear in Kirara Fantasia.

Edit (2020-04-29): Another cast list update

Edit (2020-05-09): Another cast list update

Edit (2020-06-22): Another cast list update

Edit (2020-07-04): Another cast list update

Edit (2020-08-27): Another cast list update

Towa Inaba of Anima Yell! is the next non-anime character to appear in Kirara Fantasia. An aspiring manga artist and a year younger than the main cast, Towa joins the cheerleading club in the second year of the story and acts as the club manager. Like the other characters, she is named after an animal (in this case, the rabbit). In Kirara Fantasia, she is voiced by Saki Minami.

Edit (2020-09-09): The girls of Place to Place, Tsumiki Miniwa (Rumi Ōkubo), Hime Haruno (Kaori Fukuhara) and Mayoi Katase (Hitomi Nabatame), will appear in Kirara Fantasia tomorrow.
The cast list is below:

  • Tsumiki Miniwa (voiced by Rumi Ōkubo)
  • Hime Haruno (voiced by Kaori Fukuhara)
  • Mayoi Katase (voiced by Hitomi Nabatame)
  • Added in July 2021
  • Kikue Sakuragawa (voiced by Junko Iwao)

Edit (2020-09-26): Another cast list update

From September 29 to October 13, Kirara Fantasia will be holding an in-game collaboration event with Sanrio.

Edit (2020-10-12): Tomorrow, the idol unit Fruit Tart (of Dropout Idol Fruit Tart), consisting of Ino Sakura (Hiyori Nitta), Roko Sekino (Risa Kubota), Hayu Nukui (Haruka Shiraishi) and Nina Maehara (Reina Kondō), will be making their appearance in Kirara Fantasia.

Edit (2020-10-17): Mai Inose (Maria Sashide) of Asteroid in Love will make her appearance in Kirara Fantasia.

Edit (2020-11-07): From November 11, two additional works, Power of Smile and Koharu Biyori, will feature in Kirara Fantasia. Their cast lists are given below:

Power of Smile (by Uro):

  • Mayu Shinohana (voiced by Noriko Shibasaki)
  • Tamaki Kodō (voiced by Maki Kawase)

Koharu Biyori (by Nekoume):

  • Koharu Onosaka (voiced by Natsumi Hioka)
  • Nina Tachibana (voiced by Rika Tachibana)

Edit (2020-11-25): Another cast list update

Edit (2021-01-15): Two new characters from Harumination are appearing in Kirara Fantasia. The cast list (as of 2021-05-28) is as follows:

  • Harumi Hosono (voiced by Nichika Omori)
  • Kaju Sakamoto (voiced by Yūki Kaneko)
  • Yuki Takahashi (voiced by Kotomi Aihara)
  • Arumi Hosono (voiced by Minami Tanaka) (added 2021-05-27)

Edit (2021-04-14): Yoshino Kawaguchi (Nao Shiraki) of Tamayomi is making her appearance in Kirara Fantasia.

Edit (2021-04-27): Another cast list update

Edit (2021-05-14): Another cast list update

Edit (2021-06-09): As part of a collaboration, characters from three Manga Time manga will be appearing in Kirara Fantasia. The cast list is as follows:

Ooya-san wa Shishunki! (by Rurū Minase):

  • Chie Satonaka (voiced by Yurika Kubo)
  • Reiko Shirai (voiced by Hitomi Nabatame)

Love Lab (by Ruri Miyahara):

  • Riko Kurahashi (voiced by Manami Numakura)
  • Natsuo Maki (voiced by Chinatsu Akasaki)

Komori Can’t Decline! (by Coolkyoushinja):

  • Shuri Komori (voiced by Aya Uchida)
  • Megumi Nishitori (voiced by Ari Ozawa)
  • Masako Negishi (voiced by Maria Naganawa)

Edit (2021-07-07): Another cast list update.

Edit (2021-08-09): The senior members of the Earth Sciences Club, Mikage Sakurai (Nao Tōyama) and Mari Morino (Sumire Uesaka) of Asteroid in Love, have appeared in Kirara Fantasia. The cast list (as of 2021-08-09) is as follows:

  • Mira Konohata (voiced by Tomoyo Takayanagi)
  • Ao Manaka (voiced by Megumi Yamaguchi)
  • Mai Inose (voiced by Maria Sashide)
  • Mikage Sakurai (voiced by Nao Tōyama)
  • Mari Morino (voiced by Sumire Uesaka)