Love Live !: A Girl Reveals Her Huge Collection Of Nico Products

Love Live !: A Girl Reveals Her Huge Collection Of Nico Products

Through her personal Twitter account, a Japanese girl who identifies herself by the username of “Matonico (ま と に こ)” revealed photos of her room, showing the enormous amount of propaganda products and merchandise based on the character. by Nico Yazawa from Love Live !. Other than the photographs, little is known about this girl beyond the fact that she is a huge fan of the character and the franchise.

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Nico is one of the nine protagonists of the original project Love Live! School Idol Project and member of the musical group μ’s, and of the sub-unit BiBi together with Eli Ayase and Maki Nishikino. During the series she is 17 years old and her voice actress is Sora Tokui.

About Love Live!

It is a multimedia project created by ASCII Media Works Dengeki G’s Magazine, Lantis Music Label and Sunrise Animation Studio. The project centers on a group of nine high school students who decide to become an idol group to save their school from closure. The project was announced in the August 2010 issue of the magazine, and since then CDs, anime series, music videos, manga, and video games have been produced.

Love Live !: A Girl Reveals Her Huge Collection Of Nico Products

The first generation of Love Live! was formed by the group of nine members called μ’s (pronounced muse), made up of the following voice actresses:

  • Emi Nitta as Honoka Kousaka.
  • Aya Uchida as Kotori Minami.
  • Suzuko Mimori as Umi Sonoda.
  • Yuriko Kubo as Hanayo Koizumi.
  • Riho Iida as Rin Hoshizora.
  • Pile like Maki Nishikino.
  • Sora Tokui as Nico Yazawa.
  • Aina Kusuda as Nozomi Tojo.
  • Yoshino Nanjou as Eli Ayase.

The project was widely promoted for its thirteen episode anime adaptation, produced by Sunrise Studios, directed by Takahiko Kyougoku and scripts written by Jukki Hanada, released in January 2013; and followed by another thirteen episode season released in April 2014.

Source: Otakomu

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