Title:Pretty Rhythm Rainbow Live
Released on year:2016
Nijiiro Days follows the colorful lives and romantic relationships of four high school boys: Natsuki Hashiba, a romantic dreamer; Tomoya Matsunaga, a narcissistic playboy with multiple girlfriends; Keiichi Katakura, a kinky sadist with a whip; and Tsuyoshi Naoe, an otaku with a cosplaying girlfriend.
Natsuki breaks down in tears in the middle of the street after his girlfriend dumps him on Christmas Eve, and a girl dressed as Santa Claus offers him tissues. He is instantly smitten by Anna Kobayakawa, a girl who, fortunately, attends the same school as him. Natsuki's pursuit of Anna should have been simple and uneventful; however, much to his chagrin, his nosy friends constantly interfer with his relationship as they try to succeed in their own love affairs.
Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live (, Purit Rizumu Reinb Raibu) is a 2013 Japanese anime television series co-produced by Tatsunoko Production and Avex Pictures, Takara Tomy Arts, and Syn Sophia. The series is the third animated installment in the Pretty Rhythm franchise, and it follows a group of Japanese idols known as "Prism Stars," who combine song and dance with fashion and figure skating. The anime series was created as a promotion for the same-named arcade game. Masakazu Hishida directed Pretty Rhythm: Rainbow Live, and Okama designed the characters. Pretty Rhythm: Aurora Dream and Pretty Rhythm: Dear My Future, the show's previous seasons, each have their own story. Every episode of the series ended with a live-action segment called "Pretty Rhythm Club," hosted by the girl group Prizmmy and their sister trainee group Prism Mates. Pretty Rhythm: All Star Selection took over after the series ended in 2014. The King of Prism series, which focuses on male characters, premiered in theaters in 2016 with the film King of Prism by Pretty Rhythm, and was followed by King of Prism: Pride the Hero in 2017 and King of Prism: Shiny Seven Stars in 2019.