Idols of the Cinderella Girls mobile game who have been voiced through various ways, but have not yet received their own Cinderella Master Image Song CD albums. So far, Bandai Namco has given voice actresses to selected idols with the following methods of voiced debuts:
- In the earlier days of Cinderella Girls, twelve idols were voiced and given their own Cinderella Master entries at the same time.
- Twenty idols who were announced to be part of the Cinderella Master were given voiced cards in the original mobile game before the CM album release. Three of them were given voiced debuts through CM releases and voiced cards simultaneously.
- Three idols were voiced through surprise voiced cards release on Mobage.
- Nineteen idols were ranked high enough each in the top 3 single-type idols (or top 5 overall idols) of the annual General Election to be voiced through the mobile game cards releases or radio specials (such as Magic Hour and Shiny Numbers)
- One idol was the winner of the Voice Election.
- Nineteen idols were voiced through surprise Anime appearances, be it as cameos or as major characters.
- One idol was voiced through a surprise Starlight Stage event appearance, and four more idols were introduced as voiced idols in Starlight Stage events.
- One idol was voiced through surprise Cinderella Girls Theater anime appearance.
- One idol was voiced through Drama CD release of manga spin-offs (in this case, THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS U149 manga series)
A total of 77 idols were voiced, with 51 of them were given Cinderella Master album entries, while 26 of them were not yet.
The following is the list of the voiced idols who haven't received their own Cinderella Master entries, divided into voiced debut method categories, in order of the inception date for their voiced debuts.
Go here for the idols who were given Cinderella Master album entries.
Go here for the main character index of THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls.
Voiced Through General Election
Voiced by: Yuuko Hara
A rough, rude sukeban who leaves behind life as a gang leader for a life on the stage.
In Starlight Stage, she's part of the unit Enjin.
- Action Girl: What she is before the Producer recruited her.
- Ascended Extra: Got her own spin-off manga series, "Wild Wind Girl," and recieved her first solo through the Bonus CD included with Volume 5.
- Attack! Attack! Attack!: Her stats always lean heavily to Attack with almost no defense at all. She usually also has a skill that buffs her own Attack even further.
- Boobs of Steel: While Shizuku, a farm worker, is the only idol with bigger breasts than she does, Takumi is a delinquent whose introduction communication in Starlight Stage involved winning a fistfight.
- Continuity Nod: Her first S Rare depicts her finding and caring for a stray kitten. Said kitten makes appearances in various other idol's cards in different stages of growth, implying the office adopted it.
- Cuteness Proximity: She inflicts this on Chieri Ogata and Nono Morikubo in the Fairy Tale Fluffy Animal gacha.
- Gag Boobs: She has the second largest bust measurement in the iM@S franchise.
- Girliness Upgrade: Her idol outfits tend to be very cute or very elegant. Most probably the Producer's idea.
- Image Song: "Honoo no Hana"
- Japanese Delinquents: Was one prior to becoming an idol, and will occasionally get idol outfits inspired by the style to some degree.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold
- Little Black Dress: Her first Rare.
- Sarashi: Wears one in her initial card, which depicts her delinquent wear.
- She Cleans Up Nicely: Does this for much of her idol work, especially in her more elegant outfits.
- The Call Knows Where You Live: She tends to be very shy and reluctant about her performances; mostly because she worries about the damage to her rep.
- The Team: As mentioned above, she's part of the unit Enjin in Starlight Stage, along with Rina Fujimoto, Ryo Matsunaga, Aki Yamato, and Natsuki Kimura.
- Trrrilling Rrrs
- Tsundere: Both towards the Producer, and towards her idoldom in general.
Voiced by: Minori Suzuki
Inheritor to a lineage of renowned ceramic and porcelain craftsmen.
- Fishing for Sole: Standard issue cliche for characters that enjoy fishing.
- Flower in Her Hair: Initial set of cards featured her with a Camellia. S Rare+ card features an impossibly large Sakura blossom.
- Shopkeeper: Original Normal card for Hajime featured her in the traditional outfit that Japanese potters wore.
- Talking in Your Sleep: Caused a misunderstanding that made her grandparents think the Producer was a pervert.
- True Craftsman: When it comes to pottery.
Voiced by: Rui Tanabe
A young woman who enjoys drawing manga and is an otaku, she doubts that she can become a cute idol.
- Heroic Self-Deprecation: She introduces herself to the Producer by saying that someone like her was good not living in a brilliant world.
- Otaku: She enjoys talking about anime with her unit members Nana and Nao.
- Mangaka: Its her hobby.
- The Glasses Gotta Go: she usually takes off her glasses in idol form and uses contact lenses instead, except in one Rare card.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Almost certainly named after the guy who brought you a certain someone's bizarre adventure.
- Nerd Glasses: She wears them off-stage, befitting her personality.
- The Cameo: appears in episode 2 of the anime alongside Haruna Kamijo, Chie Sasaki and Sarina Matsumoto, although Hina didn't have a speaking role like Haruna and Chie did. She later does get a voice through 2016's popularity election, making Sarina the only member of Blue Napoleon to be still unvoiced.
Voiced by: Larissa Tago Takeda
A tomboy who has the habit of sticking her tongue out of her mouth and wearing hoodies.
- Christmas Card: Her first appearance is this, alongside Momoka and Miyu. See Goofy Suit part below.
- Feminine Women Can Cook: Subverted: she's extremely tomboyish, but still skilled in cooking.
- Four-Man Band: With Honoka, Azuki and Shinobu; together they formed Frilled Square.
- Genki Girl
- Goofy Suit: Her first card was released as part of a Christmas event... So her first idol form is a snowman suit. The rest of her idol forms are regular idol outfits.
- In the Hood: She usually wears hoodies, and even one of her S Rare titles is "Hood Maid".
- Passionate Sports Girl: Averted, badminton is only featured in one of her cards, and it doesn't even constitute a central part of her character like with Midori or Nagisa, other sport-themed idols.
Voiced by: Rana Morishita
A young woman with a great knowledge of the New Year traditions.
- Bare Your Midriff: In all her idol costumes.
- Flowerin Her Hair: Usually in her non idol cards.
- New Year Card: She always gets new cards during New Year.
- Hair Decorations: She usually wears ribbons in her idol costumes.
- Born Lucky: She seems to have a lot of luck.
- Good Luck Charm: She is considered that by her fellow idols.
- Kimono Is Traditional: Wearing a furisode (long-sleeved kimono) is a essential for Japanese women on New Years.
- Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane: Is she a fortune goddess or just a really lucky young woman? Who knows.
- Meaningful Name: Really, how could a girl called "Eggplant Hawkfuji" not end up heavily associated with the new year celebrations?
- Yamato Nadeshiko: Black hair, calm and elegant demeanor and wears mostly kimonos or Japanese clothes.
Voiced by: Seria Fukagawa
Spacey and out of touch with reality, Hinako spends most of her time daydreaming. In particular, she is infatuated with the idea of being a real-life Cinderella.
- Determined Expression: In the comic strip series, she shows this expression while she is painting along with Yume. Whatever she is painting is left for the audience to guess.
- Everything's Better with Princesses
- Imagine Spot: The player never sees what goes on in her wild imaginings, but we -are- treated to her trailing off mid sentence and giggling to herself when she goes into one.
- Nice Hat: Always wearing one, though the hat itself varies rather than being a particular Trademark Clothing item.
- Prince Charming: Her ultimate goal as an idol.
- Prince on a White Horse: And she wants this specifically.
- Signature Laugh: Mufufu...
Voiced by: Sayaka Kamitani
A girl who dreams of becoming a super heroine and saving the world from evil.
- Action Girl: What she intends to become.
- Goggles Do Nothing: Those included on her stage outfits are just props.
- Mini Dress Of Power: When wearing a feminine style heroic outfit.
- Odd Friendship: Fan-Art pairs her with the antagonistic Reina Koseki. Sort of a Friendly Enemy thing.
- Otaku: For heroic shows like Super Sentai and Kamen Rider.
- Product Placement: Her S Rare card. Those really are Kamen Rider and Super Sentai figures in the illustration, because Bandai Namco Entertainment owns rights to them.
- Scarf Of Asskicking: Standard iconic attire for Japanese superheroes.
- Shout-Out: Kamen Rider and Super Sentai figures on her S Rare card really exist. So does the wall mounted Fourze Mega Max movie poster.
- Standard Superhero Suits: Of the Japanese variety for her idol costumes.
- Tron Lines: To accent her costumes as futuristic or endowed with power.
- Utility Belt: Supposedly for the heroic transformation sequence.
- Tomboy: The type of shows she likes are for a male audience.
- Will Not Tell a Lie: She's honest to a fault.
Voiced by: TBA
One of the idols to be added after the game's 7th anniversary, Riamu is a quirky girl who's very knowledgeable about how idol fans work.
- Ambiguous Disorder: Claims to be healthy on the outside but has a fragile heart inside, and appears distressed when she has to engage in social contact outside of the Internet. Most of her behaviour, although haughty, seems fake and aimed towards fans who may bash on her on social media. Her fashion style is also inspired by the menhera subculture, who emerged as a response of how Japan views mental illnesses and many of its followers are mentally ill themselves.
- Breakout Character: Shot straight to 3rd place overall in her first election after being introduced to the game.
- Cute Little Fangs
- Gag Boobs: One of her voice lines suggests she is tied with Takumi for the second largest bust measurement in the cast.
- Multicolour Hair: Pink with blue streaks inside.
- Hello, Nurse!: Her idol form. One of her lines reveals she dropped out of vocational school before becoming one.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: Her name and aesthetics are both suspiciously similar to that of Nemu Yumemi from Dempagumi.inc.
- One of Us: An idol fan herself, her personality is a parody of how hardcore idol fans act.
- Straw Fan: Her personality is a parody of these. She rejects fans who trust rumor sites, change their favorite idols on a whim and don't spend enough money supporting their idols.
- Take That!: To fans who act superior than others in their own fandoms.
- Take That, Audience!: Thanks for her popularity and her sudden rise to the top 3 at the yearly election, her top 3 celebration implies this. The jab was specifically aimed at the playerbase whom only voted for specific, unvoiced idols so that they may receive voice, then have them sink into obscurity once they finally got voiced.
Voiced by: TBA
An innocent yet absent-minded girl recruited by the Producer.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Despite her lethargic personality, she took Yuko and Makino by surprise when she managed to flawlessly memorize a script.
- Children Are Innocent
- Constantly Curious: Quite inquisitive, with slight hints that she's lived a somewhat sheltered life.
- Exotic Eye Designs: Despite all the girls having distinct differences from each other, Kozue is notable for not having pupils.
- Girlish Pigtails
- Heavy Sleeper: Slightly averted, unlike Anzu.
- Sleepyhead: Tends to doze off a lot.
- Strange-Syntax Speaker: Elongates any end vowel and speaks entirely in hiragana.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: The girly girl to Aya's tomboy.
- Those Two Girls: Has been associated with Aya Kirino, who has sort of become a Cool Big Sis and playtime partner for her.
Voiced by: TBA
A quiet and mysterious girl, who is often with her pet cat. Made a binding promise with the Producer, of which little has been revealed about.
- The Cameo: She's one of the kids in Totokira Academy.
- Creepy Child: Whenever she refers to the promise she made with the Producer. Uses terms like "will last forever," "do not break it," and "never forget" whenever speaking of the matter. Gives off Yandere vibes, though she isn't thought to be one. She also has a quiet laugh that goes "fufu" or "ufufu". Will suddenly giggle it for seemingly no reason.
- Disapproving Look: Her eyes have this appearance by default, even when happily smiling.
- Dramatic Ellipsis: She has...... a...... unique...... way of speaking........ It...... uses...... a...... lot......... of ellipses.........
- Elegant Gothic Lolita: Several of her outfits.
- Emotionless Girl: See the Sugar-and-Ice Personality entry below.
- Empathy Pet: Played with by some artists, though Yukimi being an Emotionless Girl makes it subdued.
- Expy: Her blue hime cut, lolita fashion, and affinity for cats bears more than a passing resemblance to Bernkastel from Umineko: When They Cry.
- Hime Cut
- Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Type 1. Her kuu side is seen often in her manga appearances, but in the card illustrations it becomes more dere.
- The Promise: Repeatedly reminds the Producer he has a promise with her. The first was making her a successful idol, the second (what she calls their deeper promise) remains unrevealed, though hinted Yukimi considers it eternally linking her to the Producer.
- The Team: She has a marching band card, but doesn't appear to take part in the LMBG unit.
- The Quiet One: Even quieter than Kaede, speaking as few words as necessary.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Strawberries.
- Wise Beyond Their Years: Perhaps due to her Sugar-and-Ice Personality, she doesn't have the innocent immaturity common to younger idols. Based off her personality and comments, it's hard to believe she's only ten years old.
Voiced by TBA
Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, she is fascinated by Japanese culture and entertainment. Also has an interest in traditional Arabic dance.
- "Arabian Nights" Days: Her interest in the Middle East... or at least how iM@S views the region.
- Bare Your Midriff: Wouldn't be a Bedlah Babe without them.
- Bedlah Babe: Has entire card sets wearing them in different colors, although she's Brazilian.
- Belly Dancer: Very skilled at it.
- Culture Equals Costume: Belly dancing outfits.
- Everything's Better with Princesses: Landed the titular role in the Voyage of the Black Rose Princess event in April 2014.
- Fan Nickname: Natarou.
- Hollywood Costuming: Bedlah Babe costumes aren't historically accurate.
- Learnt Japanese From Watching Television: She speaks Japanese in an awkward, non-fluent manner, and uses some phrases without understanding their meaning. In Starlight Stage, her idea of a proper greeting after bumping into the Producer is My Eyes Are Up Here.
- Only One Name: Has no revealed last name.
- Phenotype Stereotype: Tan skinned Brazilian.
- Stripperiffic: Even more so than usual on Bedlah Babe outfits because of her impressive bust.
- Stock Foreign Name: Latin in origin, meaning Christmas Day.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Sushi!
- As of June 2013, banana as well. An installment of the official Cinderella Theater 4-koma depicted her attempt at combining both, with predictable results.
- Trilingual Bonus: One of her lines as a boss opponent in the Voyage of the Black Rose Princess event read, in romaji: "Um por todos..." Japanese players with knowledge of both Portuguese and English would realize it translated into English as "One for all...", i.e. a stealth advertising for the Idolm@ster: One For All release around that time.
Voiced Through Cinderella Girls Anime Appearance
Voiced by: Asaka Imai
An elementary school student that acts shy and first, but later becomes very mature around Producer.
- Adorably Precocious Child: Becomes very level-headed and mature, even flirty, after idol work.
- Ascended Extra / Early-Bird Cameo: The first non-Master idol to receive a speaking role (and thus, a voice actress) in episode 2 of the anime. A few days later, she also received a new voiced card, so a CD release for her might not be far off. Later in the anime, she shows up as one of the kids in Totokira Academy.
- Bunnies for Cuteness: In most of her outfits, she wears a bunny-shaped hairclip.
- Character Development: Is a bit scared of Producer at first, but manages to get over her fear by the time she receives her first idol form.
- Curtains Match the Window.
- Hair Decorations: Usually one or two hairclips.
- The Leader: Considered to be this for LMBG (Little Marching Band Girls). She's also the center in the song Hi-Fi Days on Starlight Stage.
- The Team: The first member (and the leader) of the Little Marching Band Girls (LMBG) unit. She plays the melodica. She is also part of the group that sings the song Hi-Fi Days in Starlight Stage, along with Momoka Sakurai, Nina Ichihara, Kaoru Ryuzaki, and Miria Akagi. She is also one of the original members and also the leader of the titular unit of the manga The Idolmaster Cinderella Girls U 149.
- Precocious Crush: Develops one on Producer by the time she receives her first idol form.
- Shrinking Violet: A bit at first. Is easily scared by people she doesn't know, and doesn't trust much her idol skills.
- True Blue Femininity: Most of her outfits are blue.
Voiced by: Mina Nagashima
An ordinary-looking girl who adores glasses. She always tries to convince other idols to wear them.
In Starlight Stage, she's part of an expanded New Generations unit, along with Yui Ohtsuki.
- Adjusting Your Glasses
- Berserk Button: Contact lenses. Don't even mention the idea of wearing them.
- The Cameo: Got a speaking role (and thus, a voice actress) in episode 2 and episode 16 of the anime.
- Kind Hearted Cat Lover
- Meganekko: So much, that she basically worships glasses.
- Purely Aesthetic Glasses: She gives them out even to people who don't need corrective sight.
- Sexy Spectacles
Voiced by: Yuri Noguchi
A cheerful rural girl, born and raised on a dairy farm. She has strong work ethics, a positive outlook on life, and an unlimited love for cows.
- Absolute Cleavage: She has the largest bust of all iM@S characters.
- Animal Motifs: Cows. Specifically the black and white heifers known as Holstein Friesian cattle.
- Big Breast Pride: Due to her love of cows, she considers being compared to one a compliment.
- Boobs of Steel: She's quite strong, having worked on a farm for as long as she can remember, plus largest of the iM@S cast.
- Boyish Short Hair: Largely overlooked due to her Gag Boobs.
- Buxom Is Better: Her entire character seems to be designed around her large assets, with plenty of cow motifs and visual focus on that particular area.
- The Cameo: Appears in a few episodes of the anime. She's in the background of episode 2, has a brief line or two in episode 5 (along with Sanae Katagiri and Yuko Hori), and is one of the quiz questions in episode 9.
- Catchphrase: "Moo♪"
- Country Mouse: Not ignorant of technology and the times, but still finds city life new and exciting.
- Does Not Like Spam: You're a terrible person if you eat cows. This makes interesting implications for factors such as the Ai Like Hamburger song and fellow idol Cathy Graham.
- Down on the Farm: From the countryside of Iwate Prefecture.
- Everything's Better with Cows: She thinks of herself as the official cow loving idol.
- Farmer's Daughter: Exactly what it says.
- Fetish: Cows. One can never overstate her love for cows.
- Friend to All Living Things: Alluded to love all types of animals.
- Gag Boobs: Shizuku's bust measurement outpaces other idols by a significant margin. Her closest competition (Takumi Mukai) is "merely" in the mid-90's to Shizuku's triple digits, let alone the fact that she has yet reach her 20s.
- Genki Girl: Always seen cheerful.
- Male Gaze: No matter what she wears, be it conservative or Stripperiffic, the sheer size of her bust makes it impossible to not first notice them.
- Ms. Fanservice: Fan artists have gone Up to Eleven thanks to her iconic cow outfit and massive bust. They've made her the poster idol for Rule 34 of Cinderella Girls.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Milk.note She can never get enough of it.
- You Fight Like a Cow: In an interesting twist, cow comparisons are actually a compliment to her.
Voiced by: Tono Muranaka
In Starlight Stage, she's part of the unit Enjin.
- Action Girl: Knows wilderness survival, military tactics, and a crack shot with airsoft guns.
- BFG: Brought a four-tube M202 FLASH lookalike party streamer to the office.
- The Cameo: Appears in episode 5 alongside Kaede Takagaki.
- Cool Guns: To her all guns are cool.
- Crazy Survivalist: Part of her war game hobby.
- Custom Uniform of Sexy: Has Stripperiffic military uniforms for idol costumes.
- Cute Witch: Her first S Rare+.
- Gamer Chick: Obviously for FPS. She might also be into Fantasy RPG's, judging from her second Rare+ card.
- Gun Nut: Has a massive collection of airsoft and replica guns (because private ownership of real firearms is difficult in Japan).
- Kick Chick: Her second S Rare+.
- Meaningful Name: Her family name is for the IJN Yamato, largest and heaviest battleship ever constructed, with her birthdate the same as the ship's commissioning. Her given name might be for the IJN Aki, Japan's first steam engine battleship, though the kanji doesn't match.
- More Dakka: Fully supports the tactic.
- Otaku: Of military hardware and history.
- Rare Guns: Collection has out of production airsoft weapons.
- Shoot Everything That Moves: When in an airsoft or paintball tournament.
- The Team: As mentioned above, she's part of the unit Enjin in Starlight Stage, along with Takumi Mukai, Rina Fujimoto, Ryo Matsunaga, and Natsuki Kimura.
- Tomboyish Ponytail: Her trademark hairstyle.
- Trigger Happy: Kinda goes hand-in-hand with the above.
Voiced by: Akane Fujita
Prodigy flute soloist from the Amori region of Japan.
- The Cameo: Appears in episode 10 along with Yuka Nakano and Noriko Shiina.
- Elegant Classical Musician: Played the flute in classical style since childhood.
- The Ingenue: Has the stage name of Innocent Daughter.
- Magical Flutist: Surprisingly averted. Hasn't used her flutist trait as an overt stage gimmick.
- Sleep Cute: Her S Rare (half-sleep, actually)
- The Team: Part of the units Mellow Yellow (with Yuka Nakano and Noriko Shiina) and Love Yell (with Kyoko Igarashi, Yuki Himekawa, Kirari Moroboshi, and Yuuki Otokura)
Voiced by: Chiyo Tomaru
The daughter of confectionery bakers and absolutely obsessed with anything involving donuts. She tries to uplift everyone spirits by offering samples of the tasty treats.
- The All-Solving Hammer: She puts donuts on everything. Everything.
- Berserk Button: Never dare steal her donuts.
- The Cameo: Appears in episode 10 of the anime, along with "Yuka-Yuka" (Yuka Nakano and Yukari Mizumoto).
- Feminine Women Can Cook
- Hair Decorations: To put her hair in a ponytail.
- Sweet Tooth: As expected from a donuts-loving girl.
- The Team: Part of the units Mellow Yellow (with Yuka Nakano and Yukari Mizumoto) and Sweetches (with Kanako Mimura, Airi Totoki, Nono Morikubo, and Shizuku Oikawa).
- Trademark Favorite Food: Donuts.
Voiced by: Mayumi Kaneko
An energetic girl with a punk strike who decides to become an idol.
In Starlight Stage, she's part of the unit Enjin.
- Ascended Extra: Was heavily featured in Takumi's spin-off manga, "Wild Wind Girl", and recieved her solo through the Volume 6 Bonus CD.
- Bare Your Midriff: Her on-stage outfits.
- Biker Babe: Rides a bike on her second S Rare.
- The Cameo: Appears in episode 10 along with Yui Ohtsuki.
- Continuity Nod: Wears her phone strap of a blue bear in all her outfits. She also shows the same black bra in both her Normal+ and SRare+ cards.
- Image Song: "LOVE☆Has Come"
- Lighter and Softer: Her look becomes significantly lighter for idol jobs. She actually wears far less makeup for performances than she does for casual wear.
- Muscles Are Meaningless: Despite her small size, she manages to effortlessly throw off Mika and Karen when they try to tickle her.
- The Quincy Punk: Has nods to being one: has half of her head shaved, wears lots of earrings and eye makeup. On-stage she becomes more gal-influenced, wearing pink outfits and hiding her shave under her hair.
- Rapunzel Hair
- Stripperiffic: Her on-stage outfits.
- The Team: As mentioned above, she's part of the unit Enjin in Starlight Stage, along with Takumi Mukai, Ryo Matsunaga, Aki Yamato, and Natsuki Kimura.
- Who Wears Short Shorts?: In all her cards except her Normal, Rare/Rare+ and SRare+ (in this last one she wears an equally short skirt)
Voiced by: Hiyori Nitta
Shinto shrine priestess who becomes an idol to help her family's temple.
- Banana Peel: Her nemesis. Commu events reveal that Karin actually has a phobia of banana peels due to her tendency to slip on them.
- Custom Uniform of Sexy: The majority of her idol costumes are sexy variants of the traditional miko dress.
- Cute Clumsy Girl: Taken Up to Eleven; pretty much every significant commu appearance has her slipping, tripping or stumbling, sometimes multiple times. Also demonstrated on her S Rare and alternate Rare card.
- Hair Decorations: Often Shinto themed accessories.
- Miko: Born and raised. All her idol costumes incorporate something Shinto related.
- Shrines and Temples: Where she lived and worked before becoming an idol. Moreover she was born in Nara, one of the holiest Japanese cities.
- Zigzag Paper Tassel: Initial Rare card.
Voiced by: Kiyono Yasuno
Intense and passionate about rock music, Natsuki is both a good friend and a mentor figure to Riina Tada, who idolizes her as the Rockstar Ideal she wants to become.
In the second season of Cinderella Girls, Natsuki becomes a mentor to Riina. She, along with Nana Abe, also joins Asterisk, turning it into a four-person unit called Asterisk + Natsunana.
- Ascended Extra: One of the only non-Master Collection Idols to gain her own voice actress and Image Song.
- Affectionate Nickname: Darie for Riina, who in turns dubs her Natsukichi.
- Blinding Bangs: When she doesn't have her hair styled in her trademark hawk.
- Clark Kenting: Natsuki puts her hair down when she wants to go out unnoticed.
- Defector from Decadence: She's one of the few idols at 346 that Executive Mishiro likes, and was offered a chance to lead her own band. However, Natsuki felt that Mishiro's excessive control would crush its spirit and declined the proposal, instead joining Riina's unit.
- Delinquent Hair
- Hands-On Approach: Does this with both Riina and the Producer while teaching them to play guitar.
- Image Song: "Rockin' Emotion"
- Mentor Archetype: To Riina.
- Multicolored Hair: In most cards her hair is just brown, but in her SR+ cards she adds in some red streaks.
- Sixth Ranger: In the anime, she becomes the newest member of Miku and Riina's * unit after joining the Cinderella's Ball project.
- Rockers Smash Guitars: Averted; her instruments are her babies, so she'd never smash them. She also gets upset with Riina for attempting to play the trope straight.
- Sempai Kouhai: In the anime adaptation, she's this to Riina, having been an established Rock Idol for some time already.
- Sexy Discretion Shot: One S Rare depicts her idly playing guitar in her room. What the viewer (Producer) can see of her legs implies she's either wearing just panties or nothing at all.
- Straight Man: Often the target of Riina's bizarre interpretations of "Rock".
- The Team: Along with Nana, she joins Riina and Miku to form an expanded Asterisk unit.
- In Starlight Stage, she's part of the unit Enjin, along with Takumi Mukai, Rina Fujimoto, Ryo Matsunaga, and Aki Yamato.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy in her relationship with Riina.
- She's also the tomboy to Nana Abe's girly girl.
- Rock & Roll
Voiced by: Misa Kayama
- Idiot Hair: Is an element that makes her seem cute.
- Kendo Team Captain: Subverted, as she is unable to obtain the first dan rank.
- Kid Samurai: Modernized version with a heaping of Joshikousei thrown in.
- Older Than They Look: People say she looks like a elementary school student, despite of her actual age.
- The fact that she shared her three sizes and height with Momoka, a 12-year-old idol, doesn't help at all.
- Samurai: Becoming one would be a dream come true.
- Shout-Out Theme Naming: Might be named after Bamboo Blade protagonist Tamaki "Tama" Kawazoe.
- Token Mini-Moe: Sometimes this role, such as in the song "Frost" and in the Starlight Stage's event of the song.
- Wooden Katanas Are Even Better: Goes with the Kendo territory.
Voiced by: Nanami Haruno
Fun loving girl who enjoys to make and wear full body costumes.
- Ascended Extra: Got a voiced role in episode 16 of the anime.
- The Cameo: Appeared on a screen in episode 1 of the anime, then showed up in person in episode 8, albeit in the background.
- Cheap Costume: Her handmade costumes tend to look a bit shoddy.
- Finally averted with her S Rare+ costume.
- Cosplay: Averted. She doesn't like dressing as anime or manga characters.
- Foreign Culture Fetish: Loves American style Halloween. Her new cards tend to be released around All Hallows' Eve.
- Goofy Suit: Costumes look like they're for a Halloween Party or Theme Park. Other idols complain they're hot and stuffy.
- Idiot Hair: Surprisingly, it develops with each card: in her Normal it isn't there, but it suddenly appears from her first Rare onwards.
Voiced by: Arisa Date
An aspiring comedian from Osaka who intends to start with an idol career.
- Ascended Extra: Received a voiced role in episode 16 of the anime.
- Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: Classical Japanese humor and also referenced on her first card.
- Everything's Squishier with Cephalopods: Has a thing for octopi.
- Expressive Accessory: Always wears a pin that depicts a cute Super-Deformed octopus.
- Paper Fan of Doom: On her initial Rare + card.
- The Idiot from Osaka: It's her hometown and plays the part for comedy skits.
- Kansai Regional Accent: Of course!
- Trademark Favorite Food: Takoyaki and meat buns.
Voiced by: Masumi Tazawa
An idol training to be a ninja... or perhaps a ninja training to be an idol. She is indirectly responsible for Sachiko Koshimizu taking skydiving lessons.
- Ascended Extra: Received a voice role in episode 16 of the anime.
- Attack! Attack! Attack!: Her cards in the mobile game have a heavy Attack stats focus.
- Hair Decorations: To keep her hair out of the way. Usually a ponytail.
- Highly Visible Ninja: All of her ninja outfits are colorful.
- I Know Karate: She's told Sachiko about it in a 4-koma.
- Ninja: She's the ninja idol!
- Ninja Brat: Only when she's really upset.
- Ninja Log: Performed one in the Yonkoma.
- Ninja Run: Illustration shown on her S Rare+ card.
- Scarf Of Asskicking: All her ninja costumes feature them.
- Status Buff: All her cards boost Attack stats.
- Stock Ninja Weaponry: Her ninja stage props.
- Stripperiffic: The ninja outfit she wears on her Rare+ card.
- Umbrella of Togetherness: The Yonkoma reveals she's successfully achieved it with the Producer.
Voiced by: Natsumi Haruse
A young and innocent elementary school student.
- Affectionate Nickname: Calls the Producer "Sensei" as he was a teacher, and treasures a lot the things he teaches her.
- Ascended Extra: Got a voiced role in episode 17 of the anime as one of the kids in Totokira Academy.
- Cheerful Child
- Hair Decorations: Hairclips.
- The Ingenue: Compared to other young idols who seem to have mature instincts, Kaoru is absolutely pure, and other idols seem to protect her from danger often.
- Lethal Chef: Poor Kaoru is very clumsy at cooking, but she still has fun trying.
- The Team: The fourth member of the Little Marching Band Girls (LMBG) unit. She plays the drums. She is also part of the group that sings the song Hi-Fi Days in Starlight Stage, along with Chie Sasaki, Momoka Sakurai, Nina Ichihara, and Miria Akagi. She is also one of the original members of the titular unit of the manga The Idolmaster Cinderella Girls U 149.
- Third-Person Person
- Token Mini-Moe: One of the youngest idols, at only 9 years old.
Voiced through Starlight Stage events
Voiced by: Ayaka Asai
Former rival idol who wears monster claw costumes when on stage. Also famed for her love of hardcore punk and having an eye patch.
- A Bloody Mess: Likes it as a style and wears it on her attire.
- Badass Adorable: Her two idol outfits will give you this feeling.
- Bare Your Midriff: In all of her idol outfits.
- Catchphrase: "I'll claw you!"
- Cute Little Fangs
- Cute Monster Girl: Not a real one, but what she likes to dress up as.
- Eyepatch of Power: Over her left eye.
- Freaky Fashion, Mild Mind: Buckles, chains, leather straps, and metal studs. She's paired with Syoko Hoshi because of it.
- Heavy Metal: Her preferred style, although it is punk-styled.
- In the Hood: Most of the time as her prefer style of clothing.
- Power Trio: Becomes the Cute representative of the unit individuals with Syoko Hoshi and Nono Morikubo.
- The Rival: Starts out as a regional rival to your production until she decides to join you.
- Tsundere: Implied.Mirei: "Don't fuss over me so much! It's not like... It makes me happy or anything! Just shut up already!"
- Wolverine Claws: Attached to her outfits, but cotton stuffed.
Voiced by: Kaoru Sakura
Voiced by: Risa Sekiguchi
Voiced by: Hina Tachibana
The older of the Hisakawa twins. Has rather odd way of speaking.
- Cool Big Sis: She really cares about Hayate.
- Cute Bookworm: Loves reading, which influences her...interesting speech pattern.
- Insane Troll Logic: Will throw this to the Producer once in awhile.
- Kindhearted Cat Lover: Has a lot of cat plushies in her room and can be seen watching video of cats in one of her cards.
- Narrator: One of her speech patterns.
- The Quiet One: She's not necessarily shy; just rather quiet, especially when compared to Hayate.
- The Stoic: Of sorts, her poker face seems to be her default expression.
- Third-Person Person: Refers herself as "Naa" or "Naa-chan"
- Older Than They Look: A downplayed example. She is the older one of the twins, but looks a bit younger than Hayate.
- Pungeon Master: Much to everyone's confusion.
Voiced by: Rika Nagae
The younger of the Hisakawa twins.
- Ascended Fanboy: Was a huge fan of idols before becoming one herself.
- Genki Girl
- Third-Person Person: Sometimes refers herself as "Haa" or "Haa-chan"
- Younger Than They Look: A downplayed example. She is the younger one of the twins, but looks a bit older than Nagi. Her interest in fashion and outgoing personality might be a factor.
Voiced through Manga Spin-Offs' Drama CD Appearances
Voiced by: Makoto Koichi
A former rival idol who enjoys soccer. She has a harsh, no holds barred personality.
- Ascended Extra: Of all the idols who got voiced in usual ways, Haru was voiced through a manga series, particularly through Cinderella Girls U149's second bonus Drama CD. What's more for her is that she would receive a solo version of Onegai! Cinderella and a cover version (with Miria) of Aozora Yell, the theme song for "Starlight☆Tosu☆Stage"note .
- Bunnies for Cuteness: Her Rare and Rare+ cards. She does not look amused about it either.
- Japanese Delinquents
- One of the Boys
- Power Trio: Possibly in an idol unit with Hiromi Seki and Yuu Ohta.
- The Team: She's a member of the unit Royale Style NP. She is one of the original members of the titular unit of the manga The Idolmaster Cinderella Girls U 149.
- The Rival: Was a regional rival to your production. Defeat her so you can get her R card.
Voiced through Cinderella Girls Theater Anime Appearances
Voiced by: Ayaka Fujimoto
An exuberant and touchy-feely girl. She has ulterior motives for joining the producer's idol unit.
- Ascended Extra: Despite never ranking nearly high enough to get a voice actress through the popularity polls, the Cinderella Girls Theater anime gave her a voice actress and Episode 23 featured her unsuccesfully trying to grope the other idols (namely Haruna Kamijou, who wanted her to wear glasses first, Hajime Fujiwara (who received a voice actress through the latest poll), who assumed she wanted to practice pottery, and Shizuku Oikawa, who allowed her but Atsumi decided it wasn't worth without challenge). She later participates in the song HARURUNRUN along with Yukari Mizumoto and Hiromi Seki in Master Seasons Spring.
- Beach Episode: Part of the idol group at the Hawaiian Beach event. She made sure to bring a camera.
- Dirty Old Man: When it comes to describing other women, she talks like one.
- Distracted by the Sexy: Her attention span to an assignment is proportionally reduced as the quantity of surrounding beautiful females is increased.
- Does This Remind You of Anything?: Funny that the only idol with such a huge interest in breasts is also the only idol to mantain a double bun hairdo.
- One of her cards features her milking a cow with a goofy expression on her face.
- On the 4koma, several squishy objects (mochi, sausage filling, said cow's udders) are presented to her as substitutes for breasts to grope.
- Funny Background Event: She features in a Cinderella Girls Theater strip doing nothing but trying to grope Ayuna and talking about breasts in the background.
- Hoist by Her Own Petard: In one of the Ciderella Girls Theater strips, she challenges Nagisa to a Childish Pillow Fight, plotting to lose and cop a feel when she drops her guard to help her up. She ends up losing so badly that she's knocked unconscious immediately.
- I Have Boobs, You Must Obey!: Both Helen and Manami Kiba have successfully used this tactic against her.
- If It's You, It's Okay: The Producer falls into this category, somewhat. In one of the 4koma, it looks like she might have to settle for him... until Chihiro comes along. Yet, she's one of the few idols to not imply any sort of attraction to him in the actual game, instead limiting herself to thanking him "for trying to understand [her] tastes".
- Longing Look: Sometimes she really likes what she sees.
- Lovable Sex Maniac: She's not shy at all about what she likes.
- Male Gaze: There's never any question she's doing it all the time.
- Memetic Hand Gesture: Commonly drawn in both official art and fanart with her hands in a groping motion.
- No Sense of Personal Space: When she starts to go overboard.
- Skinship Grope: Schemes for it.
- Super-Deformed: She's frequently given one in the Yonkoma.
- Unusual Euphemism: On the Cinderella Girls Theater Yonkoma. What one would commonly refer to as "breast groping" she refers to as "mountain climbing".
- This comes back to bite her when the Producer agrees to let her go mountain climbing, literally