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Love Live! School idol festival: PERFECT Dream Project (ラブライブ!スクールアイドルフェスティバル PERFECT Dream Project Rabu Raibu! Sukuuru Aidoru Fesutibaru PERFECT Dream Project) is a project under Love Live! School idol festival, the mobile game developed by KLab Inc. and published by Bushiroad as part of the Love Live! and Love Live! Sunshine!! franchises. It was first announced on March 30, 2017, in conjunction with SIF's 4th year anniversary.

Note that the branding Perfect Dream Project is no longer in use by Love Live! staff shortly after the announcement of School Idol Festival: ALL STARS.

Nijigasaki High School Idol Club

Nijigasaki High School Idol Club is the 3rd set of girls that will be part of School Idol Festival: ALL STARS. It consists of 9 school idols from Nijigasaki High School, three of which are the top three most popular girls with the N rarity in SIF, and the other six being new characters created for the project.

About The Project

Before the project was announced, a popularity poll started in SIF which asked the players to vote for their favorite N rarity character. Emma Verde won in first place, Shizuku Osaka in second place, and Kanata Konoe coming in third place[1]. When the project was first announced, the preview image showed the silhouettes of the three winners. After revealing the three girls, six more silhouettes were added for the new characters.

From its inception until mid-December 2018, content was regularly pushed out under the Dengeki Online site, Famitsu App site and SIF app, with the nine girls split into three teams across the three platforms.

  • Dengeki Online: Karin Asaka, Kasumi Nakasu, and Setsuna Yuki
  • Famitsu App: Ai Miyashita, Ayumu Uehara, and Rina Tennoji
  • SIF app: Kanata Konoe, Shizuku Osaka, and Emma Verde

While the three platforms each feature ongoing 4-komas with their respective characters, they also utilize the characters to promote their own content: eg. Dengeki Online used their characters to perform a review of a new upcoming game in-character.

On September 21, 2017, a new game called Love Live! School Idol Festival ALL STARS was announced. This new game will include characters from Nijigasaki High School Idol Club as well as their predecessors from μ's and Aqours.

Since December 18, 2018, the three company groups ceased any activities, and the 9 characters are reunited in a new, combined weekly 4-koma, featuring all of them.[2] Then, from February 1 until March 1, a subunit election for the Nijigasaki High School School Idol Club was held, in order to determine the top 9 possible subunit configurations, to be chosen in a subsequent poll.[3]

On March 30, 2019, the results of the first stage subunit elections were released in Dengeki G's Magazine.[4] The next day, the second stage subunit elections started, in order to choose one possible configuration among the available 9 choices, and this election would last until April 15.

Voice Actress Activities

Information Programs

Information programs are currently airing to promote the whole franchise, with the voice actresses as hosts.

The program that airs on internet TV is:

  • Love Live! Nijigasaki High School School Idol Club "Nice To Meet You!" Public Live Broadcast (ラブライブ!虹ヶ咲学園スクールアイドル同好会 はじめまして!公開生放送 Rabu Raibu! Nijigasaki Gakuen Sukuuru Aidoru Doukou-kai Hajimemashite! Koukai Namahousou)
  • Love Live! Nijigasaki High School School Idol Club Mieru Radio (ラブライブ!虹ヶ咲学園スクールアイドル同好会 みえるラジオ Rabu Raibu! Nijigasaki Gakuen Sukuuru Aidoru Doukou-kai Mieru Rajio)

AbemaTV Ultra Games Image Girl Selection

AbemaTV started airing the program every Saturday fortnight from July 21, 2018. Each episode is 1 hour in duration except for the 6th and final episode which was rescheduled to October 20, 2018 and was 1 hour and 30 minutes in duration.

On each episode, the voice actresses compete in all sorts of games; pasttimes and party games, console games, VR games, and even visiting sports and amusement centers.

Mayu Sagara won the competition and her character, Kasumi Nakasu, was declared as the Ultra Games image girl.

Other Programs

  • Voice actresses from all three teams have been featured in YouTube videos that have been released on their respective teams' official YouTube channels (Dengeki Online, Famitsu App, and SIF). The main goal of these programs is to let the fans become more familiar with the voice actresses of the characters that attend Nijigasaki High School, as well as various other activities. These activities have ended on December 2018 to make way for new activities for 2019.

Polling History

Monthly Ranking

Regular voting contests for fan popularity occur each month, with the results published on the official site's news section.

2017

The first popularity poll ran from July 4 until July 10 and the results were as follows:[5]

  • 1st: Rina Tennoji
  • 2nd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 3rd: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 4th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 5th: Karin Asaka
  • 6th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 7th: Emma Verde
  • 8th: Kanata Konoe
  • 9th: Ai Miyashita


The second popularity poll ran from August 1 until August 7 and the results were as follows:[6]

  • 1st: Setsuna Yuki
  • 2nd: Rina Tennoji
  • 3rd: Shizuku Osaka
  • 4th: Kanata Konoe
  • 5th: Emma Verde
  • 6th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 7th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 8th: Karin Asaka
  • 9th: Ai Miyashita


The third popularity poll ran from September 5 until September 11 and the results were as follows:[7]

  • 1st: Setsuna Yuki
  • 2nd: Rina Tennoji
  • 3rd: Shizuku Osaka
  • 4th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 5th: Karin Asaka
  • 6th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 7th: Ai Miyashita
  • 8th: Emma Verde
  • 9th: Kanata Konoe


The fourth popularity poll ran from October 10 until October 16 and the results are as follows:[8]

  • 1st: Karin Asaka
  • 2nd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 3rd: Rina Tennoji
  • 4th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 5th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 6th: Kanata Konoe
  • 7th: Ai Miyashita
  • 8th: Emma Verde
  • 9th: Ayumu Uehara


The fifth popularity poll ran from November 7 until November 13 and the results are as follows:[9]

  • 1st: Setsuna Yuki
  • 2nd: Karin Asaka
  • 3rd: Kanata Konoe
  • 4th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 5th: Ai Miyashita
  • 6th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 7th: Rina Tennoji
  • 8th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 9th: Emma Verde


The sixth popularity poll ran from December 5 until December 11 and the results are as follows:[10]

  • 1st: Karin Asaka
  • 2nd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 3rd: Kanata Konoe
  • 4th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 5th: Ai Miyashita
  • 6th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 7th: Emma Verde
  • 8th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 9th: Rina Tennoji


2018

The seventh popularity poll ran from January 28 until February 3 and the results are as follows:[11]

  • 1st: Rina Tennoji
  • 2nd: Karin Asaka
  • 3rd: Shizuku Osaka
  • 4th: Setsuna Yuki
  • 5th: Kanata Konoe
  • 6th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 7th: Ai Miyashita
  • 8th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 9th: Emma Verde


The eighth popularity poll ran from February 25 until March 3 and the results are as follows:[12]

  • 1st: Karin Asaka
  • 2nd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 3rd: Ai Miyashita
  • 4th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 5th: Kanata Konoe
  • 6th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 7th: Emma Verde
  • 8th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 9th: Rina Tennoji


The ninth popularity poll ran from March 28 until April 3 and the results are as follows:[13]

  • 1st: Karin Asaka
  • 2nd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 3rd: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 4th: Ai Miyashita
  • 5th: Kanata Konoe
  • 6th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 7th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 8th: Emma Verde
  • 9th: Rina Tennoji


The tenth popularity poll ran from April 21 until April 27 and the results are as follows:[14]

  • 1st: Karin Asaka
  • 2nd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 3rd: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 4th: Emma Verde
  • 5th: Ai Miyashita
  • 6th: Kanata Konoe
  • 7th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 8th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 9th: Rina Tennoji


The eleventh popularity poll ran from May 28 until June 3 and the results are as follows:[15]

  • 1st: Setsuna Yuki
  • 2nd: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 3rd: Karin Asaka
  • 4th: Kanata Konoe
  • 5th: Ai Miyashita
  • 6th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 7th: Emma Verde
  • 8th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 9th: Rina Tennoji


The twelfth popularity poll ran from June 21 until June 28 and the results are as follows:[16]

  • 1st: Setsuna Yuki
  • 2nd: Karin Asaka
  • 3rd: Kanata Konoe
  • 4th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 5th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 6th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 7th: Ai Miyashita
  • 8th: Emma Verde
  • 9th: Rina Tennoji


The thirteenth popularity poll ran from July 19 until July 25 and the results are as follows:[17]

  • 1st: Kanata Konoe
  • 2nd: Karin Asaka
  • 3rd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 4th: Ai Miyashita
  • 5th: Rina Tennoji
  • 6th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 7th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 8th: Emma Verde
  • 9th: Shizuku Osaka


The fourteenth popularity poll ran from August 20 until August 26 and the results are as follows:[18]

  • 1st: Kanata Konoe
  • 2nd: Karin Asaka
  • 3rd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 4th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 5th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 6th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 7th: Rina Tennoji
  • 8th: Ai Miyashita
  • 9th: Emma Verde

The fifteenth popularity poll ran on September 21 until September 27 and the results are as follows:[19]

  • 1st: Setsuna Yuki
  • 2nd: Kanata Konoe
  • 3rd: Karin Asaka 
  • 4th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 5th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 6th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 7th: Ai Miyashita
  • 8th: Emma Verde
  • 9th: Rina Tennoji

The sixteenth popularity poll ran on October 22 until October 28 and the results are as follows:[20]

  • 1st: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 2nd: Rina Tennoji
  • 3rd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 4th: Kanata Konoe
  • 5th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 6th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 7th: Karin Asaka 
  • 8th: Emma Verde
  • 9th: Ai Miyashita

The seventeenth popularity poll ran on November 22 until November 28 and the results are as follows:[21]

  • 1st: Rina Tennoji
  • 2nd: Karin Asaka 
  • 3rd: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 4th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 5th: Kanata Konoe
  • 6th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 7th: Setsuna Yuki
  • 8th: Emma Verde
  • 9th: Ai Miyashita

The eighteenth popularity poll ran on December 22 until December 28 and the results are as follows:[22]

  • 1st: Setsuna Yuki
  • 2nd: Ai Miyashita  
  • 3rd: Karin Asaka
  • 4th: Emma Verde
  • 5th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 6th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 7th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 8th: Kanata Konoe
  • 9th: Rina Tennoji

2019

The nineteenth popularity poll ran on January 25 until January 31 and the results are as follows:[23]

  • 1st: Emma Verde
  • 2nd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 3rd: Karin Asaka
  • 4th: Ai Miyashita
  • 5th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 6th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 7th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 8th: Kanata Konoe
  • 9th: Rina Tennoji

The twentieth popularity poll ran on February 22 until February 28 and the results are as follows:[24]

  • 1st: Ayumu Uehara
  • 2nd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 3rd: Karin Asaka
  • 4th: Ai Miyashita
  • 5th: Emma Verde
  • 6th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 7th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 8th: Rina Tennoji
  • 9th: Kanata Konoe

The twenty first popularity poll ran on March 19 until March 25 and the results are as follows:[25]

  • 1st: Shizuku Osaka
  • 2nd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 3rd: Karin Asaka
  • 4th: Ai Miyashita
  • 5th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 6th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 7th: Emma Verde
  • 8th: Kanata Konoe
  • 9th: Rina Tennoji

The twenty second popularity poll ran on April 18 until April 24 and the results are as follows:[26]

  • 1st: Ai Miyashita
  • 2nd: Setsuna Yuki
  • 3rd: Karin Asaka
  • 4th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 5th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 6th: Emma Verde
  • 7th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 8th: Rina Tennoji
  • 9th: Kanata Konoe

The twenty third popularity poll ran on May 17 until May 23 and the results are as follows:[27]

  • 1st: Setsuna Yuki
  • 2nd: Karin Asaka
  • 3rd: Rina Tennoji
  • 4th: Ai Miyashita
  • 5th: Kanata Konoe
  • 6th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 7th: Ayumu Uehara
  • 8th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 9th: Emma Verde

The twenty fourth popularity poll will run from June 17 until June 23. Its results (first place) will determine the Headliner for Nijigasaki High School Idol Club's 1st LIVE. The results are as follows:[28]

  • 1st: Setsuna Yuki
  • 2nd: Ayumu Uehara
  • 3rd: Karin Asaka
  • 4th: Kasumi Nakasu
  • 5th: Ai Miyashita
  • 6th: Kanata Konoe
  • 7th: Shizuku Osaka
  • 8th: Rina Tennoji
  • 9th: Emma Verde

Thus, Setsuna Yuki would be the Headliner for Nijigasaki High School Idol Club's 1st LIVE.

Other Polls

The SIF 5th Anniversary Campaign Girl poll ran from November 16, 2017 until November 26, 2017 and the results are as follows:[29]

  • 1st: Setsuna Yuki
  • 2nd: Rina Tennoji
  • 3rd: Shizuku Osaka


Annual MVP

  • 2017: Setsuna Yuki[30]
  • 2018: Karin Asaka[31]

Sub-unit Elections

A two-round Nijigasaki High School Idol Club Unit Matching Voting Campaign poll took place in early 2019, in order to create sub-units of 2, 3 and 4 girls respectively.

The first preliminary round ran from February 1, 2019 to March 1, 2019. The top 9 entries in the preliminary round would proceed to a second main round voting. [32]

The second main round of voting took place between March 30, 2019 and April 15, 2019. The following are the nine combinations offered in the main round: [33]

Member Setting

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Unit Duo Trio Quartet
A Shizuku-Kasumi Karin-Ai-Setsuna Ayumu-Kanata-Emma-Rina
B Kasumi-Rina Karin-Ai-Setsuna Ayumu-Shizuku-Kanata-Emma
C Shizuku-Setsuna Emma-Kanata-Ayumu Kasumi-Karin-Ai-Rina
D Karin-Ai Kasumi-Setsuna-Rina Ayumu-Shizuku-Kanata-Emma
E Karin-Ai Ayumu-Shizuku-Setsuna Kasumi-Kanata-Emma-Rina
F Karin-Setsuna Kausmi-Ai-Rina Ayumu-Shizuku-Kanata-Emma
G Karin-Setsuna Shizuku-Kanata-Emma Ayumu-Shizuku-Ai-Rina
H Kanata-Emma Kasumi-Karin-Setsuns Ayumu-Shizuku-Ai-Rina
I Kanata-Emma Karin-Ai-Setsuna Ayumu-Kasumi-Shizuku-Rina

The winner of the final results of voting is Unit E.

Unit Naming

Unit name suggestions for the Nijigasaki High School Idol Club were held from May 1st, 2019 to May 10th, 2019. The possible names resulting from his poll were as follows: [34]

Unit Candidates
Karin x Ai
  • fruver
  • AiLeen
  • IseeKer!
  • APPROUGE
  • Love morning
  • Beat Cats!!
  • SoLuna
  • DiverDiva
Ayumu x Shizuku x Setsuna
  • to YOU!
  • A • ZU • NA
  • YOUare!
  • Dramatic Hour
  • YOUstir
  • DreamGirls!
  • 桜菜夢 (Sanayume)
  • SHO☆JO
Kasumi - Kanata - Emma - Rina
  • かすみんズ(仮)(Kasuminz (temporary))
  • Flap Fluffy
  • みなたま (Minatama)
  • PomPon
  • モフピカン (Mofupikan)
  • Q-PIDs
  • もゆるりり (Moyururiri)
  • QU4RTZ

The final voting for unit names ran from June 1st, 2019 to June 10th, 2019. The winning unit names are DiverDiva for the duo, A • ZU • NA for the trio, and QU4RTZ for the quartet.

Introduction Messages

Gallery

  • Group Shot from Nijigasaki Konai (Campus) Matching Festival

External links

References

  1. SIF JP Third Transfer Student Election
  2. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/comic/
  3. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/news/190125-1/
  4. http://gs.dengeki.com/news/127798/
  5. First Popularity Poll Results
  6. Second Popularity Poll Results
  7. Third Popularity Poll Results
  8. Fourth Popularity Poll
  9. Fifth Popularity Poll
  10. Sixth Popularity Poll
  11. Seventh Popularity Poll
  12. Eighth Popularity Poll
  13. Ninth Popularity Poll
  14. Tenth Popularity Poll
  15. Eleventh Popularity Poll
  16. Twelfth Popularity Poll
  17. Thirteenth Popularity Poll
  18. Fourteenth Popularity Poll
  19. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/v201809/
  20. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/v201810/
  21. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/v201811/
  22. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/v201812/
  23. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/v201901/
  24. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/v201902/
  25. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/v201903/
  26. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/v201904/
  27. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/v201905/
  28. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/v201906/
  29. SIF 5th Anniversary Campaign Girl Poll
  30. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/mvp2017/
  31. https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp/vote/mvp2018/
  32. [1][28]
  33. [2][29]
  34. [3][30]

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