The resident yandere character and also the last of four playable characters for Princess Closet, Akito Shinonome’s birthday is coming up in October and here are the details!
Messages will be accepted from midnight October 8, 2017 (JST) to October 15, 2017.
Like earlier birthday projects, you either
☆leave a comment below with your message (between 25-30 words) and preferred nickname
☆tweet your message with both hashtags (#プリクロアキト誕 #priclo_akitobday) on Twitter. If you don’t, we won’t be able to find it!
Messages in any language are welcomed! Please feel free to translate this post into your language. I only ask to be linked back 🙂
You can check out the finished album for Kai here! Ms Nanami also posted the details in Japanese for Akito’s birthday project.
And there was a response from Ciagram and Kai!
With the release of Kai’s route in the international version of Princess Closet, did you find his story interesting?
You might know that his birthday is on August 16 and Ms Nanami Youko from Japan will be hosting another birthday project for him this year (like she did with Reo!).
Like Reo’s birthday project, users outside Japan are welcome to send in their birthday wishes (more details below)!
The messages will be collected from July 29 to August 5 midnight (JST).
Now, you can either comment below in 25-30 words (please include your name otherwise we will use the name that you used) or tweet your message on Twitter with these hashtags (#プリクロカイ誕 and #priclo_kaibday). Feel free to use any language you are comfortable with!
(Due to the international release using the hashtag, #princesscloset – Ms Nanami has change it to make it easier to find the birthday tweets.)
You can find Ms Nanami’s blog entry about Kai’s birthday project here. You can see the cover of the album as well as other things that other Japanese fans have made!
Non-English fans, please feel free to translate this entry into your language! I only ask to be linked back 🙂
I’ve been asked by Nanami-sama, an active Princess Closet fan from Japan to spread Reo’s 2017 Birthday Project to the English-speaking community (non-English speakers can also forward your messages, it won’t be a problem!).
What you have to do
- Tweet your birthday message with the tags, and/or at any time between April 12 to April 19, midnight.
- The length of your message mustn’t exceed 25 to 30 words.
- Please remember to include your (nick)name at the end.
All dates and times are in Japan Standard Time (GMT +9).
Nanami-sama will regularly collect the tagged tweets during that time period. The messages will then be printed and collected in a scrapbook. Photos of the scrapbook will be posted on Nanami-sama’s Twitter account and blog after it’s been received by Ciagram.
If you know friends who play Princess Closet, tell them to join in and celebrate Reo’s birthday together! Help spread the word! ✨
Here‘s Nanami-sama’s blog post about Reo’s 2017 birthday project.
If there’s any questions, leave a comment and I’ll ask Nanami-sama 🙂
This post was originally written for the Ameba release by more games which was later available on iOS and Tsutaya. It all eventually closed by December 2015.
(I emailed Ciagram and got a reply confirming that the other character routes will be released in the international release of the game – February 21, 2017)
(Shuu Tachibana’s route has been released on both iOS and Android! – April 27, 2017)
(There’s a fan birthday project starting April 12 for Reo’s birthday, read this post for more info!)
(Kai Ayasaki’s route now available on Android with iOS release to be very soon! Info about his fan birthday project here! – July 13, 2017)
Princess Closet was later re-released by Ciagram, a domestic arm of more game’s parent company, Interspace. The game’s simulation/grinding elements were removed and made entirely free to play/read with story tickets that are given for daily logins.
The protagonist (you) is a regular office lady who was looking forward to her trip to the beauty salon and upon your arrival, you find it closed despite your appointment with them. Then someone approached you, Kamiyoshi Reo, the designer for the up-and-coming fashion label, Princess Closet who is looking for a model that people could relate to for the upcoming photo shoot.
When Reo brought you to the atelier, the studio where the Princess Closet team works, he introduces you to the rest of the members.
Tachibana Shuu is the producer of Princess Closet who handles the business side of the fashion label as well as being the head of Ilias (the Japan branch of a famous and international modeling agency).
Ayasaki Kai is the hair and makeup artist who is known for his spectacular work for various stars (iirc www). Kai is really knowledgeable about hair and skin care and would often advise you.
Shinonome Akito is a landscape photographer who got dragged into Princess Closet by Reo. He doesn’t do photo shoots and is reluctant about it but he does his work very well.