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J-Idol Spotlight: Dialogue+

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If you’re watching “I Shaved. Then I Brought a High School Girl Home”, which follows the life of the runaway girl Sayu and the chad salaryman Yoshida, then surely you’re also jamming to its beautiful opening song entitled Omoide Shiritori. The beautiful opening song is performed by none other than the Japanese idol group called Dialogue+.

Anime Illustration for Omoide Shiritori

Dialogue+ is a Japanese idol unit from Pony Canyon that consists of 8 voice actresses, all coming from different agencies. Despite being affiliated with different agencies, each member was also part of the cast in the mobile game CUE!.

They began their activities in 2019 in which they released their first-ever single entitled “Hajimete no Kakumei!”. Moreover, their debut single was the opening theme for the series called “High School Prodigies Have It Easy Even in Another World!”, which aired in Fall 2019.

Six months after the release of their first single, they released their first mini-album, Dreamy Logue. In addition, the regular edition of the mini-album consists of six songs while the limited edition has music videos, off-shot, and more.

The opening and ending themes of the recently aired “Bottom-tier Character Tomozaki-kun” series were also performed by the group. Both singles that were performed from the said series were released on February 3, 2021.

If you’re interested and you want to know more about the group, you can follow their social links:

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Ken Pueyo

The Seiyuu-Bako Lead Director and J-Entertainment Manager here in Anime Corner. A simple moe enthusiast and a fan of a lot of seiyuus and Japanese idols.

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