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* OutOfFocus: 22/7 officially has 11 members, but only 8 of them had characters assigned to them when their first 3 singles released. It's natural to be a little confused to see 8 girls in the {{Animated Music Video}}s for their lead singles, but 11 girls everywhere else.

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* OutOfFocus: 22/7 officially has 11 members, but only 8 of them had characters assigned to them when their first 3 singles released. Said eight characters were also the only ones to be featured in most of the anime. It's natural to be a little confused to see 8 girls in the {{Animated Music Video}}s for their lead singles, but 11 girls everywhere else.


* Reika Sato (played by Chiharu Hokaze; character design by Hirokazu Koyama)

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* Reika Sato (played by Chiharu Hokaze; Hokaze[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Hirokazu Koyama)


* Tsubomi Hiragi (Played by Aina Takeda; character design by Mel Kishida)

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* Tsubomi Hiragi Hiiragi (Played by Aina Takeda; character design by Mel Kishida)



* CharacterBlog: While the actresses have their own social media, Sakura Fujima is the first character to receive her own [[http://www.twitter.com/_fujimasakura Twitter account]] and Website/YouTube [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwalpGCurSDqwSpkAR4h6LA channel]].

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* CharacterBlog: While In May 2018, the voice actresses of 22/7 were granted permission to have their own social media, media. Shortly after, their characters started to make their own socials, too.
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Sakura Fujima is the first character to receive her own Fujima: [[http://www.twitter.com/_fujimasakura Twitter account]] and Website/YouTube Twitter]], [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwalpGCurSDqwSpkAR4h6LA channel]].YouTube]]
*** She was the first to have her own social media accounts. Eventually, her personal Website/YouTube channel uploaded videos from other members since it had the most traffic.
** Miyako Kono: [[https://twitter.com/_konomiyako Twitter]], [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYhvWgtwFXu0YfdGjTOdkTQ YouTube]]
** Reika Sato: [[https://twitter.com/_satoreika Twitter]], [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9E41LwRtQ2rFyNH3XsH3kQ YouTube]]
** Jun Toda: [[https://twitter.com/_todajun Twitter]], [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb-2y_Y3TfafWCtPL0ZsfpA YouTube]]
** Nicole Saito: [[https://twitter.com/_saitonicole Twitter]], [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC07A6wyM1JOnse55kGChvPg YouTube]]
** Ayaka Tachikawa: [[https://twitter.com/_tachikawaayaka Twitter]], [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBOZnTGPTpDI6RFXNcLhWuQ YouTube]]
** Akane Maruyama: [[https://twitter.com/_maruyamaakane Twitter]], [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjOqQvf4u1mlzRNaphEbc7A YouTube]]
** Miu Takigawa: [[https://twitter.com/_takigawamiu Twitter]], [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC61P6oww6JXAJ6NYT_b5_Vg YouTube]]
** Mikami Kamiki: [[https://twitter.com/_mikamikamiki Twitter]]
*** It is speculated that Mikami was also the mysterious Tamago, a [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext giant walking egg]] who started their own [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpqYEiR0c1ZJdU29TKalysA YouTube channel]] at the same time as Miyako, Reika, and Jun.
** Yuki Tojo: [[https://twitter.com/_yukitojo Twitter]]
** Tsubomi Hiiragi: [[https://twitter.com/_tsubomihiiragi Twitter]]

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A smartphone rhythm game ''22/7 Ongaku no Jikan'' was released on May 27, 2020.

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* OutSick: In Episode 7 of the anime, the entire group except for Jun goes down with food poisoning, leaving Jun to substitute for ''all seven'' of her fellow group members throughout the entire day.

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* RewatchBonus: Nicole's childhood story in Episode 11 revealed [[spoiler:she met Miu that inspires her to pursue idol career until they finally met again when they were scouted to form the group.]]


* AnimatedMusicVideo: All of their music videos so far except for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frO6XqKCeZ0 Nanimo Shite Agerarenai (I can't do anything for you)]] have been animated with 3D CGI models whereas NaniAge's music video isn't 3DCG.

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* AnimatedMusicVideo: All of their music videos so far except for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frO6XqKCeZ0 Nanimo Shite Agerarenai (I can't do anything for you)]] have been animated with 3D CGI models whereas NaniAge's [=NaniAge=]'s music video isn't 3DCG.


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* SignatureMove: Sally/Sakura has the dab.


* MeaningfulName: The group name "22/7" was chosen because it's a transcendental number, which applies to the group's "transcendental" concept.

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* MeaningfulName: The group name "22/7" was chosen because it's a transcendental number, which applies to the group's "transcendental" concept. (The fraction is a rational number, of course, but it's a well-known approximation for the transcendental number pi).


* Nicole Saito (played by Mei Hanakawa[[note]]2016-2019[[/note]] and Uta Kawase[[note]]2020-present[[/note]]; character design by Kurehito Misaki)

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* Nicole Saito (played by Mei Hanakawa[[note]]2016-2019[[/note]] and Uta Kawase[[note]]2020-present[[/note]]; Kawase[[note]]2019-present[[/note]]; character design by Kurehito Misaki)


* Nicole Saito (played by Mei Hanakawa; character design by Kurehito Misaki)

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* Nicole Saito (played by Mei Hanakawa; Hanakawa[[note]]2016-2019[[/note]] and Uta Kawase[[note]]2020-present[[/note]]; character design by Kurehito Misaki)


11 girls were chosen out of a pool of 10,325 applicants, but only 8 of the characters were initially announced, the other 3 being revealed in September 2018. The project began with a couple of [=CD=] releases, and an AnimatedAdaptation was announced in summer 2017. The anime will be animated by Creator/A1Pictures under director Takao Abo & is set to premiere on January 11, 2020. It has been licensed by Creator/AniplexUSA.

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11 girls were chosen out of a pool of 10,325 applicants, but only 8 of the characters were initially announced, the other 3 being revealed in September 2018. The project began with a couple of [=CD=] CD releases, and an AnimatedAdaptation was announced in summer 2017. The anime will be premiered on January 11, 2020, animated by Creator/A1Pictures under director Takao Abo & is set to premiere on January 11, 2020.Abo. It has been licensed by Creator/AniplexUSA.


11 girls were chosen out of a pool of 10,325 applicants, but only 8 of the characters were initially announced, the other 3 being revealed in September 2018. The project began with a couple of [=CD=] releases, and an AnimatedAdaptation was announced in summer 2017.

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11 girls were chosen out of a pool of 10,325 applicants, but only 8 of the characters were initially announced, the other 3 being revealed in September 2018. The project began with a couple of [=CD=] releases, and an AnimatedAdaptation was announced in summer 2017.
2017. The anime will be animated by Creator/A1Pictures under director Takao Abo & is set to premiere on January 11, 2020. It has been licensed by Creator/AniplexUSA.



An anime adaptation by Creator/A1Pictures, directed by Takao Abo, is set to premiere on January 11, 2020. It has been licensed by Creator/AniplexUSA.

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An anime adaptation by Creator/A1Pictures, directed by Takao Abo, is set to premiere on January 11, 2020. It has been licensed by Creator/AniplexUSA.


* AnimatedMusicVideo: All of their music videos so far have been animated with 3D CGI models.

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* AnimatedMusicVideo: All of their music videos so far except for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frO6XqKCeZ0 Nanimo Shite Agerarenai (I can't do anything for you)]] have been animated with 3D CGI models.models whereas NaniAge's music video isn't 3DCG.


* InsistentTerminology: According to Sally Amaki (Sakura), the group's name is "Nanabun no nijyuuni", even in interviews conducted in English. She has stated that her management doesn't like it when she refers to the group by any English equivalent (such as "Twenty-two Seven") even when she's speaking in English.

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* InsistentTerminology: According to Sally Amaki (Sakura), the group's name is "Nanabun no nijyuuni", even in interviews conducted in English. She has stated that her management doesn't like it when she refers to the group by any English equivalent (such as "Twenty-two Seven") Sevenths") even when she's speaking in English.

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