The Japanese cast includes Sayaka Senbongi as Sarasa Watanabe, Yumiri Hanamori as Ai Narata, Sumire Uesaka as Sawa Sugimoto, Yō Taichi as Kaoru Hoshino, Rico Sasaki as Ayako Yamada, Risae Matsuda as Chika Sawada, Satsumi Matsuda as Chiaki Sawada, Hiroki Nanami as Sei Satomi, Mikako Komatsu as Lisa Nakayama, Junichi Suwabe as Mamoru Ando, and Norio Wakamoto as Captain Anai.
The English cast includes Siv Ryan as Sarasa Watanabe, Xanthe Huynh as Ai Narata, Megan Shipman as Ayako Yamada, Corey Pettit as Sawa Sugimoto, AmaLee as Kaoru Hoshino, Monica Rial as Chika Sawada, Natalie Rial as Chiaki Sawada, Bryn Apprill as Hijiri Nojima, Terri Doty as Risa Nakayama, Shara Kirby as Tomomi Takei, Aaron Campbell as Taichi Narata, River Kanoff as Mamoru Andou, Kestin Howard as Mikiya Kitaouji, Ben Phillips as Ichii Anai, John McCalmont as Haruhiko Oizumi, Bradley Campbell as Ken, E.A. Castillo as Ohki, L.W. Salinas as Kirishima, Phil Parsons as Kuma, Kent Williams as Hachi, and Casey Casper as Hachi’s Wife.
Narada Ai is a jaded former idol performing female roles—her roommate, playing male roles, is bright-eyed country girl Watanabe Sarasa.
The series was directed by Kazuhiro Yoneda based on the series composition by Tadashi Morishita.