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* Yuki Tojo (played by Urara Takatsuji[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Akio Watanabe)

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* Yuki Tojo (played by Urara Takatsuji[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; Takatsuji[[note]]2016-2021, works under the name Urara Hinaga as of April 2022.[[/note]]; character design by Akio Watanabe)



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* Hotaru Ichinose (played by Luna Shijo; character design by Hirokazu Koyama)
* Sumika Orihara (played by Satsuki Shiina; character design by Mel Kishida)
* Touko Kiryu (played by Mao Asaoka; character design by Yuugen)
* Honoka Sera (played by Rino Mochizuki; character design by Noizi Ito)
* Kaede Nagamine (played by Mina Kiyoi; character design by Nari Teshima)
* Sora Nishiura (played by Nao Aikawa; character design by Saki Takahashi)
* Mizuki Himuro (played by Ema Tsukishiro; character design by Akio Watanabe)
* Toa Yagami (played by Oto Amaya; character design by Yukiko Horiguchi)


* {{Meganekko}}: Akane wears glasses.


* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Whereas the girls have realistic hair colors, Miu's hair is dark blue in some artwork and Akane's is light blue. This is averted with their live characters, where all actresses have black or brown hair.

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Whereas the girls have realistic hair colors, Miu's hair is dark blue in some artwork and Akane's is light blue. This is averted with their live characters, where all actresses have black or brown hair.----


A second generation is slated to debut in spring of 2022.


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A second generation is slated to debut debuted in the spring of 2022.


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* AlternateCharacterReading: Luna Shijo's given name is written with the character for moon (月), which in Japanese is actually ''tsuki'' or ''getsu''.


* ButNotTooForeign: Sakura is Japanese, but she spent her childhood overseas, which is why she's able to speak English. This also applies to her actress, Sally Amaki, who grew up in Los Angeles.

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* ButNotTooForeign: ButNotTooForeign:
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Sakura is Japanese, but she spent her childhood overseas, which is why she's able to speak English. This also applies to her actress, Sally Amaki, who grew up in Los Angeles.Angeles.
** Luna Shijo was born in Bali, Indonesia, and communicates in English and Indonesian as well.


* BaitAndSwitchComment: In 2022, Sally started a series called Amaki English (#天城英語) on her Twitter account, which mostly consists of this kind of remarks.

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* BaitAndSwitchComment: In 2022, Sally started a series called Amaki English (#天城英語) on her Twitter account, which mostly consists of teaches this kind of remarks.English sentences.

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* BaitAndSwitchComment: In 2022, Sally started a series called Amaki English (#天城英語) on her Twitter account, which mostly consists of this kind of remarks.


Eleven 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 premiered on January 11, 2020, animated by Creator/A1Pictures under director Takao Abo. It has been licensed by Creator/AniplexUSA. The anime also received a manga adaptation, ''22/7+α'', which featured original stories and released concurrently with the anime. A smartphone rhythm game, ''22/7 Ongaku no Jikan'', ran from May 27, 2020 to December 22, 2021. Other activities in which the group participated in include two [[VarietyShow variety shows]][[labelnote:*]]''22/7 Keisanchu'' and ''22/7 Kenzanchu''[[/labelnote]], a radio show, and stint doing [[VirtualYouTuber VTubing]].

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Eleven 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 premiered on January 11, 2020, animated by Creator/A1Pictures under director Takao Abo. It has been licensed by Creator/AniplexUSA. The anime also received a manga adaptation, ''22/7+α'', which featured original stories and released concurrently with the anime. A smartphone rhythm game, ''22/7 Ongaku no Jikan'', ran from May 27, 2020 to December 22, 2021. Other activities in which the group has participated in include two [[VarietyShow variety shows]][[labelnote:*]]''22/7 Keisanchu'' and ''22/7 Kenzanchu''[[/labelnote]], a radio show, and a stint doing [[VirtualYouTuber VTubing]].



* Miyako Kono (played by Mizuha Kuraoka[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Mieko Hosoi)

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* Miyako Kono (played by Mizuha Kuraoka[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; Kuraoka[[note]]2016-2021, works under the name Riko Kuramaru as of January 2022.[[/note]]; character design by Mieko Hosoi)


'''22/7''' (''Nanabun no nijyuuni'') is a multimedia franchise conceived by Music/AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, Aniplex, and Sony Music Records in 2016. The concept focuses on "[[IdolSinger idols]] [[{{Defictionalization}} who transcend dimensions]]", where upcoming voice actresses will portray a fictional [[JapanesePopMusic Japanese pop]] GirlGroup both in animation (voice and motion capture) and real-life.

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 premiered on January 11, 2020, animated by Creator/A1Pictures under director Takao Abo. It has been licensed by Creator/AniplexUSA.

A smartphone rhythm game, ''22/7 Ongaku no Jikan'', ran from May 27, 2020 to December 22, 2021.

Members of 22/7 consist of:

* Miyako Kono (played by Mizuha Kuraoka[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Mieko Hosoi)
* Nicole Saito (played by Mei Hanakawa[[note]]2016-2019[[/note]] and Uta Kawase[[note]]2019-present[[/note]]; character design by Kurehito Misaki)
* Reika Sato (played by Chiharu Hokaze[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Hirokazu Koyama)

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'''22/7''' (''Nanabun no nijyuuni'') is a multimedia franchise conceived by Music/AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, Aniplex, and Sony Music Records in 2016. The concept focuses on "[[IdolSinger idols]] [[{{Defictionalization}} who transcend dimensions]]", where upcoming voice actresses will portray a fictional [[JapanesePopMusic Japanese pop]] GirlGroup both in animation (voice and motion capture) and real-life.

11 Eleven 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 premiered on January 11, 2020, animated by Creator/A1Pictures under director Takao Abo. It has been licensed by Creator/AniplexUSA.

Creator/AniplexUSA. The anime also received a manga adaptation, ''22/7+α'', which featured original stories and released concurrently with the anime. A smartphone rhythm game, ''22/7 Ongaku no Jikan'', ran from May 27, 2020 to December 22, 2021.

Members
2021. Other activities in which the group participated in include two [[VarietyShow variety shows]][[labelnote:*]]''22/7 Keisanchu'' and ''22/7 Kenzanchu''[[/labelnote]], a radio show, and stint doing [[VirtualYouTuber VTubing]].

A second generation is slated to debut in spring of 2022.


'''Active members
of 22/7 consist of:

* Miyako Kono (played by Mizuha Kuraoka[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Mieko Hosoi)
of:'''
* Nicole Saito (played by Mei Hanakawa[[note]]2016-2019[[/note]] Hanakawa[[note]]2016-2019, works under the name Yui Asakura as of 2021.[[/note]] and Uta Kawase[[note]]2019-present[[/note]]; character design by Kurehito Misaki)
* Reika Sato (played by Chiharu Hokaze[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Hirokazu Koyama)
Misaki)



* Jun Toda (played by Ruri Umino[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Masayoshi Tanaka)



* Mikami Kamiki (Played by Moe Suzuhana; character design by Kouhaku Kuroboshi)
* Yuki Tojo (Played by Urara Takasuji[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Akio Watanabe)
* Tsubomi Hiiragi (Played by Aina Takeda[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Mel Kishida)

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* Mikami Kamiki (Played (played by Moe Suzuhana; character design by Kouhaku Kuroboshi)
Kuroboshi)

'''Former members:'''
* Reika Sato (played by Chiharu Hokaze[[note]]2016-2021, works under the mononym Chiharu as of September 2021.[[/note]]; character design by Hirokazu Koyama)
* Yuki Tojo (Played (played by Urara Takasuji[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; Takatsuji[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Akio Watanabe)
* Miyako Kono (played by Mizuha Kuraoka[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Mieko Hosoi)
* Jun Toda (played by Ruri Umino[[note]]2016-2021, works under the name Ruri Yoshimiya as of December 2021.[[/note]]; character design by Masayoshi Tanaka)
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Tsubomi Hiiragi (Played (played by Aina Takeda[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Mel Kishida)



* GagSub: Sally's Twitter feed and [=YouTube=] channel often include English translations and subtitles that... aren't very accurate.

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* GagSub: Sally's Twitter feed and [=YouTube=] channel often include English translations and subtitles that... aren't very accurate. In one case, it got to the point where gag subs and "real" subtitles were displayed at the same time.



* 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 Sevenths") 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 Sevenths") even when she's speaking in English. This is reflected in English-language marketing from Aniplex USA, where a pronunciation guide is included in most instances.



* SignatureMove: Sally/Sakura has the dab.

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* SignatureMove: Sally/Sakura has the dab.dab in the group's beginning days.



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Whereas the girls have realistic hair colors, Miu's hair is dark blue in some artwork and Akane's is light blue. This is averted with their live characters, where all actresses have black hair.

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Whereas the girls have realistic hair colors, Miu's hair is dark blue in some artwork and Akane's is light blue. This is averted with their live characters, where all actresses have black or brown hair.


* Miyako Kono (played by Mizuha Kuraoka; character design by Mieko Hosoi)

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* Miyako Kono (played by Mizuha Kuraoka; Kuraoka[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Mieko Hosoi)



* Jun Toda (played by Ruri Umino; character design by Masayoshi Tanaka)

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* Jun Toda (played by Ruri Umino; Umino[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Masayoshi Tanaka)



* Yuki Tojo (Played by Urara Takasuji; character design by Akio Watanabe)
* Tsubomi Hiiragi (Played by Aina Takeda; character design by Mel Kishida)

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* Yuki Tojo (Played by Urara Takasuji; Takasuji[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Akio Watanabe)
* Tsubomi Hiiragi (Played by Aina Takeda; Takeda[[note]]2016-2021[[/note]]; character design by Mel Kishida)


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

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A smartphone rhythm game game, ''22/7 Ongaku no Jikan'' was released on Jikan'', ran from May 27, 2020.
2020 to December 22, 2021.


* 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)

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