Shojo☆Kageki Revue Starlight Opening Theme Song Titled ‘Hoshi no Diagloue’

19.July.2018 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

The anime adaptation of musical series Shojo☆Kageki Revue Starlight began airing on July 12. The opening theme song Hoshi no Dialogue performed by Starlight, a 9-member revue group in the series, was released as a single on July 18.

To celebrate the release of the single, special events took place which saw the voice actresses make an appearance: Momoyo Koyama (Karen Aijou), Maho Tomita (Maya Tendo) and Aina Aiba (Claudine Saijo) attended on July 22 and Hinata Sato (Junna Hoshimi), Haruki Iwata (Mahiru Tsuyuzaki) and Moeka Koizumi (Nana Daiba) attended on July 28.


Two talks and mini live performances are also scheduled. Momoyo Koyama (Karen Aijou), Hinata Sato (Junna Hoshimi), Haruki Iwata (Mahiru Tsuyuzaki) and Moeka Koizumi (Nana Daiba) will appear in Osaka on August 5 and Momoyo Koyama (Karen Aijou), Suzuko Mimori (Hikari Kagura), Maho Tomita (Maya Tendo) and Haruki Iwata (Mahiru Tsuyuzaki) will appear in Tokyo on September 1.


Those who purchase a copy of Hoshi no Dialogue at any of the release event venues will receive a ticket to sign up for a chance to attend the events. Full details can be found on their website here (Japanese).

You can also get a special postcard or photo upon purchasing the single at select stores. There’s 99 designs available, 11 for each character, which are available on a first-come, first-served basis and given out randomly.



“Hoshi no Dialogue”

Released: July 18, 2018

Catalog No.: PCCG-70432

Price: ¥1,389 (+Tax)

Official Website:



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    Akiyoshidai is a very popular site with photographers as it offers a clear and unbroken view of the stars. Mine City Tourism Information Center is capitalizing on this by offering more tours to visitors.

    This series of tours will make it easier for people to travel to Akiyoshidai from the town area while taking advantage of a location where there is little artificial light.


    Check the official website for more details on how you can witness the incredible Japanese night sky.