A world where art becomes magic. In this world, people who can inspire passion with their Magic Arts are called Artistas, and are employed in show business. In Hoshinomori Private Magical Arts High School, where Artistas are taught, a strange new student named Ohana Aigasaki transfers into the school. Ohana is placed on the planning committee for the school's yearly Hoshinomori Summer Festa cultural festival. She spends her romantic school life with six other boys who aim to become entertainers in the future and alongside Ohana, to be the school's Artista Prince and Princess, only chosen once a year.
Brilliantly Blooming Renaissance
Only You Can See
Inspiration in an Album
Dancing on the Moonlight
I Just Can't Ignore You, Senpai!
Blown by a Mischievous Wind
Shining Like the Sun
The Light Out of Reach
The Festival of Miracles and Magic
A Heart-Pounding Summer Holiday
You Are the Prince of Destiny
The Sleeping Princess of the Frozen Forest
This review is based on 4 episode considering this is just started I will give this anime a 7 At first I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I thought it was another Idol anime but it was more to do with Arts and Media + magic, we see 6 male students who are the main male characters one plays music one sings another dances one paints one does Calligraphy and another does sculpting and magic stuff comes out I don't really understand how but looks like it can be sort of interesting. I'm willing to carry this on ,as so far it's alright and its peeked my interest. the female MC is like most reverse harems but slowly starting to grow a back bone so I think she can be likable 😊 ...
cute!!! this was just a really cute, feel-good reverse harem anime and i freaking loved it! definitely recommend if you like reverse harem (like me :p)
I've only seen up to episode 4 so far, so if my opinion changes I'll change my review as well. Generally this isn't my type of genre at all. It often leaves me feeling bored and sometimes even angry because I feel like the female leads are always either violent crazy witches or passive damsels in distress to the point of being insulting, but I really like this one. The premise is something you see all the time, yet with a little extra..... shall we say..... SPARKLES thrown in lol. I really like the magical element. And I actually like the main character. Some say she's super basic and all that, and that's true, but I appriciate the fact that 1) She's yet to be violent with the men around her 2) She's actually just a nice person and seems to want to be genuine in all things and 3) her character design is very pretty. She doesn't look like your average everyday girl that everyone says is soooo beautiful and how can you not tell how beaaauutiful you are all the time (Can you sense my disdain for that trope?) Another thing is that I feel like the guys are bad people either, and they're actually getting a bit of character developement. Angelo in particular, I really felt that, it made me sad, especially because I enjoy Yuri on Ice so much! The caligraphy boy (I'm drawing a blank on his name right now) Is kinda adorable in a way (I also have a soft spot for caligraphy nerds ever since Barakamon) The one hostile person (The King) isn't even really that antagonistic. It just seems like he's facing a lot of pressure from home and feels the need to do better probably because his family has made him not feel good enough. Soooo yeah. That's my review for now. If I have more things to say later I will. Overall right now it's a very pleasent addition to a genre I often find not so fun, so I think highly of it!
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