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Glossary of terms that appear in SideM.

Characters and Titles[edit | edit source]

Amane (あまね)[edit | edit source]

Seiji Shingen's niece, who he is loves dearly and is firecely protective of.

Chief (総長 Souchou)[edit | edit source]

The title that Genbu Kurono bears among Ouken High's yankee.

Coach (監督 Kantoku)[edit | edit source]

The title that W use to refer to Producer.

Demon God of Ibaraki (茨城の鬼神)[edit | edit source]

Minori Watanabe's street name when he was a delinquent. Appears in the skill name of his N card.

Shinsoku Ikkon's outfit has the name written on their sleeve patches, as Suzaku had been inspired when he received the jacket of the Demon God as a child (see Suzaku's SideMemories and his magazines).

Explosive Flame Suzaku (爆炎の朱雀)[edit | edit source]

The title that Suzaku Akai occasionally refers to himself by.

Eri Mizutani (水谷 絵理)[edit | edit source]

Ryo Akizuki's former coworker from 876 Productions. Appears in 【Candid Shot】Ryo Akizuki alongside Ai.

Hidaka Ai (日高 愛)[edit | edit source]

Ryo Akizuki's former coworker from 876 Productions. Appears in 【Candid Shot】Ryo Akizuki alongside Eri.

Ice Blade Genbu (氷刃の玄武)[edit | edit source]

The title that Genbu Kurono occasionally refers to himself by.

Legendary Songstress (伝説の歌姫)[edit | edit source]

A singer who Kei Tsuzuki formerly composed songs for. Currently retired.

Little bros (舎弟 Shatei)[edit | edit source]

The underlings of Genbu Kurono. Seen in 【Candid Shot】Genbu Kurono and 【The Smart Sort of Chief】Genbu Kurono. The blond one also appears in Suzaku's SideMemories.

Master (師匠 Shishou)[edit | edit source]

The title that Michiru Enjoji uses to refer to Producer.

Ritsuko Akizuki (秋月 律子)[edit | edit source]

The cousin of Ryo Akizuki. Previously, both characters appeared in the 2009 game Dearly Stars, where Ritsuko introduces Ryo to the agency 876 Productions. There, Ryo performed as a girl until he moved to 315 Productions.

Takao Kuroi (黒井 崇男)[edit | edit source]

The president of 961 Productions, which Jupiter were part of in THE iDOLM@STER 2. Shouta calls him Kuro-chan.

Mascots and Pets[edit | edit source]

Chachata (ちゃちゃ太)[edit | edit source]

Kuro Kiyosumi's pet goldfish. Obtained in 315 Marching Song! Taiko Live.

Bubu (ブブ)[edit | edit source]

The mini pig Saki Mizushima found before joining Cafe Parade in This Must be Fate☆, Part 1. Taken care of by Makio Uzuki's family as mentioned in Long Night ~Hotel of Nightmares~.

Champ (チャンプ)[edit | edit source]

The name Takeru Taiga uses for a certain cat. It is same cat as Overlord.

Elfie (エルフェ)[edit | edit source]

A panda-like character who occasionally appears in Kei Tsuzuki's cards.

Froggie (カエール Kaeru)[edit | edit source]

The frog mascot of Pierre. Called 'Froggly' in the Granblue Fantasy collab.

Nyako (にゃこ)[edit | edit source]

Suzaku Akai's pet cat. Its full name is Nyankii (にゃん喜威). Genbu is allergic to cats, so they have a testy relationship.

John (ジョン)[edit | edit source]

Ryu Kimura's pet chihuahua.

Kumacchi (くまっち)[edit | edit source]

The bear mascot of Shiki Iseya.

Overlord (覇王 Haou)[edit | edit source]

The name Ren Kizaki uses for a certain cat. It is same cat as Champ.

Satan (サタン)[edit | edit source]

The name of the doll on Asselin BB II's shoulder. Considered the 6th member of Cafe Parade.

Groups[edit | edit source]

Sweets Club (甘党会)[edit | edit source]

One of the hobby groups in 315 Productions. The chairman is Hideo Akuno. Other members include Haruna Wakazato (donuts faction), Makio Uzuki (cake faction), Suzaku Akai (pancake friends with Hideo), Soichiro Shinonome (sweets faction), and Touma Amagase. Some members have been in sweet themed events together, such as Crispy and Fluffy! Donut Live!, as well as in special occasions like White Day groups. The group was the focus of the 2019 Animate Cafe. All members appear in 【Candid Shot】Soichiro Shinonome.

Takajo Group (鷹城グループ)[edit | edit source]

The business owned by Kyoji Takajo's family. Being a large company, it appears in cameos throughout the game, such as in 【Candid Shot】Ryu Kimura, where a book from Takajo Publishing is shown.

Locations[edit | edit source]

Otokomichi Ramen (男道らーめん)[edit | edit source]

The shop that Michiru Enjoji worked at full-time before joining 315 Productions. He still works there on off days and even promotes the store while on idol work, such as in HEAT UP SUMMER LIVE.

Ouken High (オウケン高校)[edit | edit source]

The high school that Shinsoku Ikkon both attend as first year students. Jupiter visited it in Booming Loud Roar! Crimson Live.

Other[edit | edit source]

Idol Gravure (アイグラ Aigura)[edit | edit source]

Magazine in Kyoji Takajo's unchanged N card, featuring the idols of 765Pro.

Candid Shot (オフショット Offshoot)[edit | edit source]

A series of cards that release once a month, focusing on what the idols do when they're not working. The gacha title is Idols' Day Off.

Remembrance Shot (リメンバーショット Remember Shot)[edit | edit source]

A series of cards that release once a month, focusing on what the idols when they were younger. The gacha title is The Idols from Those Days.