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As the new year has come to pass, otaku now celebrate the first iDOLM@STER birthday of the year, Takane – yet perhaps simply to match her eloquence, her birthday isn’t being nearly as obsessively commemorated.

Aside from the ever-standard artcard which can be found on the official site if you visit now, there is but a single impressively baked cake to be found featuring Takane and another character not prominent within the anime. Whilst this is definitely a display lacking in extravagance compared to other more compulsive second dimensional birthday celebrations, such as that of her friend Yukiho or K-ON’s Mio, the cake is admittedly as tasteful in appearance as Takane.


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