Mashiroiro Symphony

Mashiroiro Symphony
Mashiroiro Symphony game cover.jpg
Mashiroiro Symphony visual novel cover
(Mashiroiro Shinfonī)
Genre Drama, Romance
Developer Palette (PC)
HuneX (PSP)
Publisher Palette (PC)
Comfort (PSP)
Genre Eroge, Visual novel
Rating EOCS: 18+ (PC)
Platform PC, PSP
Released October 30, 2009 (PC)
Written by Palette
Illustrated by Futago Minazuki
Published by Kadokawa Shoten
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Comp Ace
Original run November 2009October 2010
Volumes 2
Mashiroiro Symphony: Wind of Silk
Written by Palette
Illustrated by Futago Minazuki
Published by Kadokawa Shoten
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Comp Ace
Original run April 2011September 2011
Volumes 1
Mashiroiro Symphony: Twinkle Moon
Written by Palette
Illustrated by Futago Minazuki
Published by Kadokawa Shoten
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Comp Ace
Original run October 2011 – ongoing
TV anime
Mashiroiro Symphony: The Color of Lovers
Directed by Eiji Suganuma
Written by Team Rikka
Music by Saine
Studio Manglobe
Licensed by Canada United States Sentai Filmworks
Network TV Aichi
Original run October 5, 2011 – ongoing
Episodes 12
Anime and Manga Portal

Mashiroiro Symphony: Love is pure white (ましろ色シンフォニー -Love is pure white- Mashiroiro Shinfonī -Love is pure white-?, lit. Pure White Symphony: Love is pure white) is a Japanese adult visual novel developed by Palette, and it was released in Japan on October 30, 2009 for Microsoft Windows PCs. Mashiroiro Symphony is Palette's ninth title. The gameplay in Mashiroiro Symphony follows a linear plot line, which offers pre-determined scenarios and differs upon the player's decisions, and its storyline focuses on the appeal of the four female main characters. Futago Minazuki has illustrated three manga adaptations serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Comp Ace magazine. Four drama CD adaptations titled Mashiroiro Symphony Original Drama CD Series were released by Lantis in 2010. A 12-episode anime adaptation produced by Manglobe began airing in Japan in October 2011.



A conversation in Mashiroiro Symphony depicting the protagonist Shingo talking to Airi and Sakuno.

The gameplay in Mashiroiro Symphony requires little interaction from the player, as most of the duration of the game is only spent on reading the text that appears on the lower portion of the screen, representing either dialogue between characters, or the inner thoughts of the protagonist. Every so often, the player will come to a "decision point", where he or she is given the chance to choose from multiple options. The time between these points varies and can occur anywhere from a minute to much longer. Text progression pauses at these points and depending on the choices that the player makes, the plot will progress in a specific direction. There are four main plot lines in the original release that the player will have the chance to experience, one for each of the heroines in the story. This is increased to six plot lines in the PlayStation Portable version with the extended scenario for two female characters. To view all of the plot lines, the player will have to replay the game multiple times and make different decisions to progress the plot in an alternate direction.


The story of Mashiroiro Symphony primarily takes place in the fictional town of Kagamidai (各務台?), which consists of two distinct districts dubbed the "Old District" (旧市街 Kyū-shigai?), which primarily contains traditional housings resided by upper class families, and the "New District" (新市街 Shin-shigai?), which is generally inhabited by working class families. The town also houses two private academic institutions undergoing a merger: the Yuihime Girls' Private Academy (私立結姫女子学園 Shiritsu Yuihime Joshi Gakuen?), a notorious upper class girls' academy nicknamed Yuijo (結女?), and the Kagamidai Private Academy (私立各務台学園 Shiritsu Kagamidai Gakuen?), a coeducation school which Shingo, the protagonist whose role the player assumes, attends. As part of the merger, students from both schools are selected to participate in a test class at the Yuihime Academy campus,[1] an act which is initially opposed by the female student body.


Main characters

Shingo Uryū (瓜生 新吾 Uryū Shingo?)
Voiced by: Takahiro Mizushima (Drama CD/anime)
Shingo is the main protagonist and is a second-year student of Kagamidai Academy. He is very hardworking and kind. He was selected as a test student, and transfered to Yuihime Girls' Academy to participate in 2-T, the second-year test class. He was elected the class representative. He quickly makes friends with several girls at Yuihime Girls' Academy, though Airi does not want to get along with him or any of the other boys. His parents are busy with their work and seldom at home.
Airi Sena (瀬名 愛理 Sena Airi?)
Voiced by: Nazuna Gogyō (PC), Ryōko Ono (Drama CD/PSP/anime)
Airi is a second-year student of Yuihime Girls' Academy and the principal's daughter. She always gets the best grade among all second-year students. At first, she was against the plan for merge of two schools, and rejected male students from Kagamidai Academy, but she became getting along with them several weeks later. She was elected the class representative along with Shingo. She was born and brought up in an upper class family in the Old District, but she has lived by herself in a low-priced apartment in the New District since she attended Yuihime Girls' Academy. She often goes shopping to a local supermarket in the New District named Kume Mart.
Sakuno Uryū (瓜生 桜乃 Uryū Sakuno?)
Voiced by: Oto Agumi (PC), Mai Gotō (Drama CD/PSP/anime)
Sakuno is Shingo's younger stepsister and first-year student of Kagamidai Academy; her father remarried Shingo's mother about ten years ago. She has a quiet personality and is good at cooking, but has a poor sense of direction and often gets lost. She was selected as a test student with her brother, and transfered to Yuihime Girls' Academy to participate in 1-T, the first-year test class. She happened to meet Airi at night of September 30, the day before the transferring on October 1. She became close friends with Airi at that time. She often goes shopping to Kume Mart, too. She is youngest but tallest among the main female characters.
Angelina Nanatsu Sewell (アンジェリーナ・菜夏・シーウェル Anjerīna Nanatsu Shīweru?)
Voiced by: Miru (PC), Oma Ichimura (Drama CD/PSP/anime)
Angelina, nicknamed Ange (アンジェ Anje?), is a second-year student of Yuihime Girls' Academy. Unlike other female students, she does not wear school uniform, always wears a maid costume. She is a "stray maid" (野良メイド nora meido?) and wants to come across her master in the future. She is in Shingo's class and tries to help in the assimilation of the students from Kagamidai Academy. Her father is Japanese and her mother is British, but she speaks only Japanese because she was born and brought up in Japan. She has a cheerful personality and is very good at housekeeping such as cooking and cleaning, but is weak at general educational subjects such as English and mathematics. She later becomes Shingo's maid.
Miu Amaha (天羽 みう Amaha Miu?)
Voiced by: Risa Matsuda (PC), Noriko Rikimaru (Drama CD/PSP/anime)
Miu is a third-year student of Yuihime Girls' Academy. She is the founder and president of Nuko Club (ぬこ部 nukobu?), a school club to care various animals. She works part-time at a maid café named Dolce to earn money for activity of the club; Nuko Club is not official club, so the club's budget is not supplied by the school. She is very kind around Shingo and tries to get not leave Airi out of things. She is eldest but shortest among the main characters. She calls Angelina by her Japanese name Nanatsu.
Sana Inui (乾 紗凪 Inui Sana?)
Voiced by: Misono Moriya (PC), Mayumi Yoshida (Drama CD/PSP/anime)
Sana is a second-year student of Yuihime Girls' Academy. Although a supporting character in PC game version, she is a main character in PSP game version and TV anime version. She likes Miu very much and is in Nuko Club. She was kind to male students from Kagamidai Academy at first, but she later changed her attitude suddenly. Actually, she does not like boys. She dislikes Shingo especially and often calls him "kuzu-mushi" (クズムシ?, lit. trash worm).
Yutsuki Onomiya (小野宮 結月 Onomiya Yutsuki?)
Voiced by: Hiroko Taguchi (PSP)
Yutsuki is a new female character included in the PSP game version, and does not appear in PC game version and TV anime version. She is a second-year student of Yuihime Girls' Academy, but is not in Shingo's class. She is in the drama club. She is good at cooking but not good at cleaning.


Hayata Mukunashi (椋梨 隼太 Mukunashi Hayata?)
Voiced by: Omame (PC), Tatsuhisa Suzuki (Drama CD/PSP/anime)
Hayata is a second-year male student of Kagamidai Academy and Shingo's good friend. He is Kagamidai Academy's student council president. He acts as the vice-president at Yuihime Girls' Academy's school council. He has a fiance.
Ranka Sena (瀬名 蘭華 Sena Ranka?)
Voiced by: Kazane (PC), Harumi Sakurai (Drama CD/PSP/anime)
Ranka is Airi's mother and the principal of Yuihime Girls' Academy. She is very popular among her students. She got a divorce from her husband more than ten years ago.
Machi Yatsuzuka (八塚 万智 Yatsuzuka Machi?)
Voiced by: Rino Kawashima (PC), Kei Mizusawa (Drama CD/PSP/anime)
Machi is the 29-year-old homeroom teacher of Shingo's class; Airi, Angelina, Sana and Hayata are also in the same class. She teaches Japanese.
Yuiko Amaha (天羽 結子 Amaha Yuiko?)
Voiced by: Fūri Samoto (PC), Michiru Yuimoto (Drama CD/PSP/anime)
Yuiko is Miu's mother. She often gets mistaken for Miu's older sister due to her young appearance. She is a graduate of Yuihime Girls' Academy, and Ranka's friend. She has two cats named Domon and Karin inside the house. Her husband lives in a distant town on business.
Eleanor Sewell (エレノア・シーウェル Erenoa Shīweru?)
Voiced by: Akane Tomonaga (Drama CD)
Eleanor is Angelina's mother from Britain, who lives in Britain with her husband. She is a graduate of Yuihime Girls' Academy, too. She appears in the third drama CD volume.
Setsu Onomiya (小野宮 セツ Onomiya Setsu?)
Voiced by: Ikuko Tani (PSP)
Setsu is Yutsuki's grandmother. She is a new character included in the PSP game version.
Rio Inui (乾 理央 Inui Rio?)
Voiced by: Mami Fujita (PSP)
Rio is Sana's younger brother, who is too young to attend school. He is a new character included in the PSP game version.
Pannya (ぱんにゃ?)
Voiced by: Kazane (PC), Harumi Sakurai (Drama CD/PSP/anime)
Pannya is a strange cat-like female creature that lives on the campus of Yuihime Girls' Academy.


Mashiroiro Symphony's illustration which was first introduced on August 15, 2008

Mashiroiro Symphony is the ninth title developed by the visual novel developer Palette, after their previous titles such as Moshimo Ashita ga Hare Naraba and Sakura Strasse. Mashiroiro Symphony's scenario was written by three persons: Hozumi K, who wrote Airi and Angelina's storylines; Hare Kitagawa, who has previously worked on Minori's Haru no Ashioto, provided Sakuno's storyline; and Orgel, who provided Miu and Sana's storyline.[2] Character design and art direction for the game was split among two persons: Tsubasu Izumi, who worked on Feng's Akaneiro ni Somaru Saka, provided character designs for female characters; Tamahiyo provided designs for two male characters, Shingo Uryū and Hayata Mukunashi.[2] Mashiroiro Symphony's music was solely composed by Burton, who provided music for Sakura Strasse.

Mashiroiro Symphony was first released for Microsoft Windows PCs on October 30, 2009. An all-ages edition developed by HuneX and published by Comfort playable on the PlayStation Portable (PSP), titled Mashiroiro Symphony: *mutsu no Hana, was released on June 30, 2011.[3][4]



Mashiroiro Symphony received three manga adaptations illustrated by Japanese illustrator Futago Minazuki, which were serialized in the manga magazine Comp Ace. The first manga adaptation, which covers Airi Sena, was serialized between the November 2009 and October 2010 issues, published on September 26, 2009 and August 26, 2010, respectively.[5][6] The twelve individual chapters were later collected into two tankōbon volumes published by Kadokawa Shoten on April 26, 2010 and September 25, 2010.[7][8] A second manga adaptation illustrated by Minazuki titled Mashiroiro Symphony: Wind of Silk (ましろ色シンフォニー -Wind of silk-?), which covers Sana Inui, was serialized between the April[9] and September 2011 issues of Comp Ace. Six chapters were collected into a single volume released on August 26, 2011.[10] A third manga illustrated by Minazuki titled Mashiroiro Symphony: Twinkle Moon (ましろ色シンフォニー -Twinkle moon-?), which covers Yutsuki Onomiya, began serialization in the October 2011 issue of Comp Ace. A manga anthology illustrated by various artists titled Magi-Cu 4-koma Mashiroiro Symphony was released by Enterbrain on March 25, 2010.[11]

Drama CDs

Lantis released four drama CDs titled collectively as the Mashiroiro Symphony Original Drama CD Series, one for each heroine. Airi's CD, titled Dotera, Mō Icchaku (どてら、もう一着?), was released on July 21, 2010.[12] Sakuno's CD, titled Nichiyōbi ni wa Te o Tsunaide (にちようびには手をつないで?), was released on August 25, 2010.[13] Angelina's CD, titled Tenshi ni wa Shukufuku no Mabushisa o (天使には祝福のまぶしさを?), was released on September 22, 2010.[14] Lastly, Miu's CD, titled Haru wa Omochi no Yakegoro (春はお餅のやけごろ?), was released on October 27, 2010.[15]

Internet radio show

An Internet radio show to promote the anime series titled Nuku Radio! Nukumori ga Koishiku Naru Radio (ぬこラジ!〜ぬくもりが恋しくなるラジオ〜?) began airing on October 4, 2011. The show is produced by Lantis Web Radio and is streamed biweekly. It is hosted by Takahiro Mizushima and Ryōko Ono, the voices of Shingo and Airi in the anime, respectively.


A 12-episode anime TV series adaptation produced by Manglobe and directed by Eiji Suganuma[16] titled Mashiroiro Symphony: The Color of Lovers (ましろ色シンフォニー -The color of lovers-?) began airing on October 5, 2011 on TV Aichi. The series will be released on six Blu-ray Disc (BD) and DVD compilation volumes between January 25 and June 27, 2012. Sentai Filmworks has licensed the series in North America and will release the series with on DVD with English subtitles in 2012.[17]

No. Title Original airdate
01 "White-Colored Meeting"
"Mashiro-iro no Deai" (ましろ色の出会い) 
October 5, 2011
One night on her way back from shopping at Kagami Mall, Sakuno Uryū gets lost and she calls her older brother Shingo to come find her. With initially no luck in finding her, and with her cell phone battery nearly dead, Sakuno gets help from a girl passing by, who offers to call Shingo. Shortly afterwards, Shingo meets up with Sakuno and the girl who helped her, Airi Sena, in a nearby park. Shingo, Sakuno and Shingo's friend Hayata Mukunashi, who attend Kagamidai Private Academy, are three of the students chosen in a group to take part in a temporary ten-month transfer to Yuijo Private Academy, which until now has been a prestigious all-girls school. Upon entering the school grounds, they meet Angelina Nanatsu Sewell, a student and maid at the school. Airi forcefully brings her mother and principal of the school to meet the group from Kagamidai, who were waiting for her arrival. Airi makes it clear to Shingo and the others that not all of the students approve of the student transfer and that she is very against the transfer of boys into the school. 
02 "Rejection-Colored Cooking"
"Kyozetsu-iro no Kukingu" (きょぜつ色のクッキング) 
October 12, 2011[18]
After Airi's declaration the previous day, a gloomy atmosphere develops among the Kagamidai students. Shingo realizes that Airi is the only one who can change the current mood at the school. Angelina likes the idea of there being more students around to serve, and one of Angelina's friends, Sana Inui, is also for the student transfer. Shingo makes several mistakes while at school, such as walking into one of the bathrooms with Airi inside, or opening the door of a classroom where girls are changing back into their school uniforms after gym class, which infuriates Airi. During lunch, Shingo meets Miu Amaha, a friendly third-year student who is looking after a strange cat-like creature she has named Pannya. Since there is still much opposition about the male students attending, the principal has them take classes in cooking, learning music, preparing tea and flower arrangement. While making chestnut rice in class, the other boys learn from Shingo's good example and soon the atmosphere changes for the better. After they make too much, the boys offer to eat several helpings and eventually all of the rice is eaten. The next day, Shingo and Airi are chosen as their class' representatives. 
03 "Frustration-Colored Palpitation"
"Iraira-iro no Dokidoki" (イライラ色のドキドキ) 
October 19, 2011
Shingo cannot initially get the hang of being a class representative and continues to irritate Airi. Despite Shingo trying to be friendly with her, she makes it clear that she will not be getting along with the boys, and she tells him to leave her alone. Later that night at school, Shingo again encounters Pannya, who leads him to a shed outside with Miu inside. She explains that this is the nuko club, which cares for injured animals before releasing them back into the wild; Pannya is one such animal. Miu asks Shingo to join the club. Shingo starts to get used to being a class representative and becomes faster at finishing the work. One evening, Airi has to leave early for a personal matter, and Shingo offers to do the rest of the work by himself, if she will tutor him for the upcoming tests. Airi accepts his proposal, despite her objections. Later, Shingo goes to a local supermarket with his sister, Miu and Angelina, where they unexpectedly run into Airi, who instantly becomes embarrassed. 
04 "Airi-Colored Secret"
"Airi-iro no Himitsu" (アイリ色のひみつ) 
October 26, 2011
Shingo and friends run into Airi at the supermarket. When they invite themselves into Airi's home, they discover her unexpected living situation. While Airi is worried when her secret is discovered, her friends' unchanging attitudes encourage her to become increasingly honest. 
05 "You-Colored Maid"
"Anata-iro no Meido desu" (あなた色のメイドです) 
November 2, 2011
Touched by the different way Shingo shows courtesy and concern for others, Airi begins developing feelings for him. Meanwhile, impressed by Shingo's superior concern for those around him, Ange realizes she must serve Shingo as her master. 
06 "Groping-Colored Bath Time"
"Tesaguri-iro no Basu Taimu" (てさぐり色のバスタイム) 
November 9, 2011


The visual novel Mashiroiro Symphony has three theme songs: the opening theme "Symphonic Love" (シンフォニック・ラブ?) sung by Miyuki Hashimoto, the insert song "Sayonara Kimi no Koe" (さよなら君の声?) sung by Aki Misato, and the ending theme "Kimi-Iro Mirai" (キミイロミライ?) sung by ЯIRE. The opening theme for the PSP version is "Yumemiru Mama ni Koi o Shite" (夢見るままに恋をして?) by Hashimoto. An image song album titled Mashiroiro Symphony Original Drama Series Sound Portrait was released on November 24, 2010 by Lantis featuring the theme songs from the drama CDs as well as other songs by Hashimoto, Misato, Rino and ЯIRE.[19]

The anime has two theme songs: the opening theme "Authentic Symphony" by Choucho, and the ending theme "Suisai Candy" (水彩キャンディー?) by Marble. The single for "Authentic Symphony" was released on October 26, 2011, while the single for "Suisai Candy" will be released on November 9, 2011.[20] Character song singles sung by the voice actresses from the anime will be released by Lantis, starting with volume 1 for the characters Airi Sena and Sakuno Uryū, sung by Ryōko Ono and Mai Gotō, respectively, to be released on November 23, 2011.[21]


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  12. ^ "オリジナルドラマシリーズ 第1巻 [Original Drama Series Vol. 1]" (in Japanese). Lantis. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  13. ^ "オリジナルドラマシリーズ 第2巻 [Original Drama Series Vol. 2]" (in Japanese). Lantis. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  14. ^ "『ましろ色シンフォニー』オリジナルドラマCD第三巻 アンジェリーナ・菜夏・シーウェル編 『天使には祝福のまぶしさを』 [Mashiroiro Symphony Original Drama CD Vol. 3 Angelina Nanatsu Sewell Chapter Tenshi ni wa Shukufuku no Mabushisa o]" (in Japanese). Lantis. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  15. ^ "オリジナルドラマシリーズ 第4巻 [Original Drama Series Vol. 4]" (in Japanese). Lantis. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
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  20. ^ "Goods - CD" (in Japanese). Manglobe. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 
  21. ^ "キャラクターソング vol.1 [Character Song vol. 1]" (in Japanese). Lantis. Retrieved October 17, 2011. 

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