Kiratto Pri☆Chan (キラッとプリ☆チャン) is the successor of the PriPara series. It premiered in Japan on Sunday, April 08, 2018 replacing Cardfight!! Vanguard in its timeslot. Season 2 premiered on April 7th, 2019. Season 3 premiered on April 5th, 2020.


Main article: Kiratto Pri☆Chan Episodes

Kiratto Pri☆Chan follows the story of two girls in their 1st year of middle school, Mirai Momoyama and Emo Moegi. Due to their intense rivalry against the popular idol, Anna Akagi who attends their school, they both end up making their debut as Pri☆Chan Idols. With the support of their classmate, Rinka Aoba who acts as their manager, they start producing their own "Pri☆Chan System" channel to promote themselves.

Notable Characters

Image Voice Actress Name & Description
Mirai S3
Coco Hayashi Chara mirai name

Mirai Momoyama

A third-year student in Kirarigaoka Middle School. While having a curious spirit, she is an introvert who dislikes being the center of attention. She enjoys drawing poorly drawn but charming illustrations. Her catchphrase is "Kiratto".
Emo S3
Miyu Kubota Chara emo name

Emo Moegi

A third-year student in Kirarigaoka Middle School and Mirai's childhood friend. She is good at sports and is the type who doesn’t think before she acts. She is very well-informed and updated on the latest trends but she can also be very fickle. She is a member of her school's cheerleader squad. Her catchphrase is "Emoi".
Rinka S3
Nanami Atsugi Chara rinka name

Rinka Aoba

A third-year student in Kirarigaoka Middle School. She is very calm and collected. While being a quiet and excellent student, she somehow knows a lot about Pri☆Chan and acts as a supporter and manager to Mirai and Emo.
Anna S3
Yu Serizawa Chara anna name

Anna Akagi

A third-year student in Kirarigaoka Middle School. She acts like a celebrity in her self-produced channel, but in reality she is childish and selfish. She frequently sticks her nose into Mirai and Emo's business.
Sara S3
Yuki Wakai Chara sara name

Sara Midorikawa

A third-year student in Kirarigaoka Middle School. She is Anna's close friend, and a cool tomboy. She is always by Anna's side in order to restrain Anna from her wild antics.
Mel S3
Yuuka Morishima Chara mel name

Mel Shido

An energetic and cheerful girl. She has studied in university and worked in NASA before. Her catchphrase is "Mel-Mel", and she always addresses herself with the same way too.
Anju S2 JC
Suzuko Mimori Chara anju name

Anju Shiratori

A top Idol. She normally wears disguises and often spends her time wandering through town and frequently indulges in various activities the girls are partaking in.
Maria Happiness Gold Jewel Coord Render
Himika Akaneya Chara maria name

Maria Kanamori

A second-year student in Kirarigaoka Middle School. She is a girl who wants to make the world peaceful with "cute" concept and teammate of Suzu Kurokawa in Dear Crown.
Suzu Pure Black Jewel Coord Render
Sora Tokui Chara suzu name

Suzu Kurokawa

A second-year student in Kirarigaoka Middle School. She is a boyish, quiet type who is passionate when it comes to dancing and teammate of Maria Kanamori in Dear Crown.
Rico Sasaki Chara dia name


A virtual Pri☆Chan idol who responsible for organizing Jewel Auditions.
Nanami Yamashita Chara kiracchu name


Miracle☆Kiratts' Mascot. Originally designed by Mirai, she gained the power of the virtual world and also became a navigator in the Design Palette. When Pri☆Chan Land opened, she moved to the PriTama GO and evolved further, working hard as Kiratts' mascot to support them.
Nichika Omori Chara melpan name


Meltic StAr's mascot. She's a level-headed and responsible person. She's their self-proclaimed competent manager.


  • Director: Ikehata Hiroshi 
  • Series Composition: Kazuho Hyodou
  • Character Designer: Hajime Mitsuda
  • Music: Tatsuya Kato
  • Anime Production: Tatsunoko Production, Dongwoo A & E
  • Theme Song: Run Girls, Run!, Wa-Suta


  • Unlike its predecessors Pretty Rhythm and PriPara, there are two main protagonists instead of one.
  • Generally, the episodes of a season have a theme in it's title.
    • In season 1, the titles ended with "mita" (みた), with the exception of a few episodes.
    • In season 2, the titles ended with "damon" (だもん).
      • For episodes 93-99, the titles ended with "dayon" (だよん) instead due to Dia's transformation.
    • In season 3, the titles ended with a sentence-ender of a mascot, some of which include "cchu" (ッチュ) and "pan" (パン).


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