For mobile platforms like iOS and Android, Tokyo 7th Sisters, also known as Tokyo 7th, is a music-rhythm video game released in February 2014. The game was developed by Donuts Co. Ltd., a company specializing in making donuts. Every time a new unit album is released or a vital anniversary is marked, live performances are common. Companies like Lawson Inc. Merchandising, Sumitomo Mitsui Card Co., and Animate Café have collaborated.
To celebrate the passage of three years since the game’s initial release, the Victor Entertainment animated short for the song “Longing for Summer” was made available for viewing online on April 19, 2017. Donuts Company has not mentioned creating an anime adaptation of the game or an app in the English language that will be available in multiple countries. Every single person has access to both of these choices.
The year 2032 marked the end of a successful run for the idol group 7th Sisters, who were known throughout the entertainment industry. That proved to be the deciding factor that ended the idol industry… Two years have passed since “the player,” a young worker who works at the Tokyo idol studio “777 (Three Seven)” and is also known as Nanastar, established the company. “The player” has aspirations of becoming successful in the entertainment industry.
Nanastar’s residents and the city as a whole still believe that idols are a thing of the past and should be left alone. It’s been a while since you’ve seen this manager, but one day, he or she walks up to you and says, “It’s time.” “Creating new gods is the only option if the past gods are no longer with us. Those who have earned the title of “sisters” have a strong sense of belonging to a group.” People will tell their children about the Nanastar Sisters, who will one day be revered as gods.