Yuuki Hinnase: Mikako Komatsu (Star☆Twinkle Precure)
Miina Hirose: Kiara Saitou
Nanoka Hiumi: Tomoyo Takayanagi (Koisuru Asteroid)
Hotaru: Ayaka Ohashi (BanG Dream!)
Aoba Karabayashi: Kurumi Takase (Puraore! Pride of Orange)
Itoha Karabayashi: Miyu Kubota (PriPara)
Ren Kurogane: Yuu Serizawa (Show By Rock!! Mashumairesh!!)
Yawara Naekawa: Arisa Kouri (Happy Sugar Life)
Taka Torawatari: Miyu Tomita (Aikatsu Stars!)
Nanami Totsuka: Iori Noguchi (Hashiri Tsuzukete Yokattatte.)
Kei Oikawa (Uma Musume: Pretty Derby (TV)) is helming the anime at [url=]Studio Kai[/url], with SSP handling the series composition. Light novel author Rakuda and Tatsuto Higuchi (Shoujo☆Kageki Revue Starlight) are penning the script. Yoshihiro Osada (Yume Oukoku to Nemureru 100-nin no Ouji-sama) is designing the characters and Youhei Kisara (Selection Project) is the music producer.
Rakuda launched the idol light novel under the Dengeki Bunko imprint with illustrations by Buriki (Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai), who collaborated with Rakuda on the OreSuki light novels in October 8 last year. Kadokawa shipped the second volume on March 10.
Shine Post is part of a multimedia project which will include a manga adaptation, concerts, music videos, and a video game by Konami Digital Entertainment and Akihiro Ishihara (The [email protected] supervision).
Source: animate Times