Hoshimachi Suisei

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Hoshimachi Suisei

Illustrator: Herself
Live2D Modeling: Herself

Illustrator: Herself[14]
Live2D Modeling: Herself

Illustrator: Herself[14]
Live2D Modeling: Herself

"Suichan wa~! Kyou mo kawaii!"
Japanese Name星街すいせい
English NameHoshimachi Suisei
Hosimati Suisei
Chinese Name星街彗星
Debut DateMarch 22, 2018 (YouTube)
Member ofhololive Generation 0,
INNK Music (formerly)
Fan NameStargazers
(星詠み Hoshiyomi)
Kometomo (formerly)
Emoji /
Oshi Mark
Official Media
YouTubeSuisei Channel Official Artist Channel
Websitehololivepro.com (EN)
hololivepro.com (JP)
hololive.tv (EN)
hololive.tv (JP)
SpotifySuisei Hoshimachi
Other星街すいせい - nana
BirthdayMarch 22
Age18 years old
Height160cm (5ft3in)
Stream Talk#ほしまちすたじお
Music Space#すいせいみゅーじっく

Introduction Video
Official Bio
Streaming Info
Other Media
External links
Additional Contents:
Music Space

Introduction Video[edit]

Official Bio[edit]

"It's your shooting star, your diamond in the rough, idol VTuber Hoshimachi Suisei!"

A forever18 VTuber who deeply loves singing and idols.

Her dream is to one day hold a live concert in Tokyo Budokan.


Hoshimachi Suisei (星街すいせい) born on March 22 is a cheerful shining Idol and VTuber from Hololive 0th Generation. She is a forever 18, multitalented girl who deeply loves singing and idols, with the dream of one day holding a live concert in Tokyo Budokan. She started out as an independent VTuber and later joined Inonaka Music, a music label under Hololive, before moving officially to Hololive main branch.

Her name "Suisei" translates to "Comet" in English, while her last name "Hoshimachi" translates to "City of stars" in English ,and as such is usually referred to as the comet idol. She is well known for her amazing skills in Tetris, as she is often being called out as the best among VTubers, as well as her psychopathic personality, as shown when she sometimes acts ruthless to others while still giving off a cheerful attitude.

Her representative emote is a comet.


Hoshimachi Suisei debutted with a modest and earnest personality to do the best in everything she did. She is always cheerful and energetic, rarely showing genuine sadness in streams, and her viewers used to view her as a pure person. She is also hardworking, with her continuing to do VTuber activities even after a year with barely any growth and having her determination to join Hololive even after her first application failed. However, during a stream collaboration with various Hololive members, she was shown to have a remorseless and sociopathic personality while still giving off a carefree attitude when she was killing and hunting out people. Over time, people started to refer to this side of her as "Psychopath Suisei" or "Suicopath", with her denying it as a side of her.

She is particularly sensitive to the topic of chest size as seen in various occasions, and usually threatens her viewers whenever the topic is brought up in the live comments section. On one occasion in a stream with fellow member Shirogane Noel, she shared how when she met with Noel for the first time, she was taken aback by her size.

She is a large spender on gacha games, especially the gacha game "Ensemble Stars". In a stream with Nijisanji VTuber and friend Inui Toko, she spent an absurd amount of money that shocked both her viewers and Toko, who was also a huge gacha spender on the game. In a quiz stream about gacha games, she was agitated when fellow member Oozora Subaru commented how gacha games were just a waste of money.

She usually cares greatly for those close to her, especially her VTuber friends. She has a close relationship with not only Amane Kanata, a fellow member, but also people outside of Hololive, including but not limited to Inui Toko, Lupinus Knightely, Kuon Ran and her real older sister nicknamed Anemachi.


Independent Era[edit]

Suisei was once an independent VTuber, first introducing herself on March 22, 2018. During her time as an independent VTuber, she debuted multiple songs, both covers and originals. Her first original, "comet" was first released on November 22, 2018 and her second, "天球、彗星は夜を跨いで" on March 22, 2019. She learned to use Live2D through watching YouTube to create her own model, as well as creating her own character design.[15]

INoNaKa Music Era[edit]

When Suisei first applied for Hololive, she was rejected. However, after some time she was given a second chance and appeared as a surprise guest performer on fellow member AZKi's first live. She was introduced to be part of INoNaKa Music (INNK), a music label under Hololive on May 19, 2019. However, on November 29,2019, she announced on twitter that she was moving to Hololive's main branch. She officially moved on December 1, 2019, as well as receiving an updated model and outfit.[16]


  • Mar. 18 Twitter account creation date.
  • Mar. 18 YouTube channel creation date.
  • Mar. 22 Debuted as an independent VTuber.[17]
  • May 01 Achieved a 1,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[18]
  • June 21 Revealed her second Live2D outfit.[19]
  • July 02 Joined the VTuber group S:gnal.[20]
  • Aug. 04 Graduated from S:gnal and resumed her activities as a solo VTuber.[21]
  • Nov. 22 Released first original song, "comet".[22]
  • Dec. 29 Achieved a 5,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[23]. Due to her original song, "comet", being shown as a preview in a VTuber singing event[24], she jumped from 3,700[25] subscribers to 5,000 subscribers.


  • Jan. 11 Revealed her third Live2D outfit.[26]
  • Mar. 22 Released second original song, "天球、彗星は夜を跨いで", to celebrate her 1st year anniversary.[27]
  • May 19 Appeared as a surprise guest performer on AZKi's first live concert. She was introduced to be part of "INoNaKa Music (INNK)", a music label under Hololive.
  • June 05 Achieved a 10,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[28]
  • Aug. 15 Achieved a 25,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[29]
  • Sep. 04 Membership feature opened.[30]
  • Nov. 10 Participated in Hololive's 1st Mario Kart Cup Tournament, taking first place in the Zako Cup (lower bracket).[31]
  • Nov. 22 Achieved a 50,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[32]
  • Nov. 29 Announced her transfer to Hololive's main branch.[33]
  • Dec. 01 Officially transferred to Hololive's main branch. She received an updated model, as well as a new outfit.[34]


  • Jan. 01 Achieved a 75,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[35]
  • Jan. 02 Revealed her Live2D New Years outfit.[36]
  • Jan. 20 Hololive announced that Suisei would receive an official 3D debut in early March of the same year,[37] even though she would have a 3D model during Hololive's first live, "Nonstop Story".
  • Jan. 24 Participated in Hololive's 1st fest "Nonstop Story" and debuted her 3D Idol outfit.
  • Jan. 31 Achieved a 100,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[38]
  • Mar. 01 Revealed her main 3D model.[39]
  • Mar. 05 Achieved a 150,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[40]
  • Mar. 21 Celebrated 2nd year anniversary as well as her birthday with a 3D stream the day before her birthday. She revealed her third original song, "NEXT COLOR PLANET", as the finale for the stream.[41]
  • Mar. 22 Officially released third original song, "NEXT COLOR PLANET".[42]
  • Apr. 06 Achieved a 200,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[43]
  • May 05 Achieved a 250,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[44]
  • June 02 Achieved a 300,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[45]
  • June 17 Participated in Bunka Housou V&R's STUDIO LIVE.[46]
  • July 03 Participated in It's a Virtual Pop World![47]
  • July 19 Participated in VILLS "Virtual UNIT Fes." with Sakura Miko as Hololive Special Unit "miComet".[48]
  • July 25 Participated in BML "Bilibili Macro Link". She revealed her fourth original song, "Pieces" and sang it at the event.
  • Aug. 04 Achieved a 400,000 YouTube subscriber milestone on a Karaoke stream.[49]
  • Aug. 07 Participated in Bilibili World.[50]
  • Aug. 14 Participated in "NHKバーチャル文化祭".[51]
  • Sep. 06 Participated in Tokyo Tower Fireworks Display XR ~COSMIC FLOWER~.[52]
  • Sep. 17 Had a Vanguard ZERO collaboration event featuring herself as a playable card.[53][54]
  • Sep. 27 Achieved a 500,000 YouTube subscriber milestone on a Karaoke stream.[55][56]
  • Oct. 04 Participated in Tokyo Idol Festival.[57]
  • Oct. 19 Celebrated her 500k subscribers with her 3rd 3D live, STARt in the SCREEEN! [58][59][60]
  • Nov. 12 Revealed her Live2D casual outfit.[61]
  • Nov. 22 Participated in SUISEI MUSIC "POWER" LIVE which was hosted by Nissin Foods POWER STATION [REBOOT].[62]
  • Nov. 30 Achieved a 600,000 YouTube subscriber milestone during a Tetris stream.[63]
  • Dec. 22 Participated in Hololive's 2nd fest "Beyond the Stage"


  • Jan. 11 Participated in Hololive's 2nd Mario Kart Cup Tournament, taking first place and beating previous champion Minato Aqua by one point.[64]
  • Jan. 16 Achieved a 700,000 YouTube subscriber milestone during a Karaoke stream.[65]
  • Mar. 16 Achieved an 800,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[66]
  • Apr. 13 Celebrated her 3rd year anniversary as well as her birthday with her 4th 3D live concert, "SPACE for Virtual GHOST".[67] She also released her sixth original song, "GHOST".[68]
  • May. 13 Achieved a 900,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[69]
  • Jun. 25 Officially released seventh original song, "Bluerose".[70]
  • Jun. 26 Achieved a 1,000,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[71]
  • Oct. 19 Revealed her two newest Live2D casual outfits on one stream.[72].
  • Oct. 21 Held first solo live concert at Toyosu PIT, titled "STELLAR into the GALAXY"[73].
  • Dec. 08 Achieved a 1,250,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[74]


  • Jan. 07 Participated in Hololive's 3rd Mario Kart Cup Tournament, taking second place.[75]
  • Mar. 19 Participated in Hololive's 3rd fest "Link Your Wish"
  • Mar. 31 Celebrated her 4th year anniversary as well as her birthday with a 3D live concert, "Selfish of a Rough Stone". She revealed a new solo original song, "TEMPLATE" and a new collab song, "Wicked", with Mori Calliope.[76]
  • Apr. 17 Participated in the VTuber Most Cooperatitive Tournament ver. APEX LEGENDS Season 4 tournament organized by Shibuya HAL along with Minato Aqua and Tokoyami Towa, forming the trio "StartEnd".
  • Jun. 16 Achieved a 1,500,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[77]
  • Aug. 20 In collaboration with Taku Inoue, performed and sang in the first live concert of the "Midnight Grand Orchestra", titled "Overture".[78] The concert featured Suisei, a VTuber, performing alongside live orchestra members, including Taku Inoue.
  • Nov. 04 Held a 3D live concert in celebration of her return from a seven-week break due to throat surgery. She revealed her upcoming 2nd album, "SPECTER", and her upcoming 2nd solo live, titled "SHOUT in CRISIS".[79]
  • Dec. 18 Revealed a new Live2D battle-maid themed outfit.[80] The outfit can be customised with alternate looks (as a dress or with a coat).[81]
  • Dec. 28 Featured in the January 2023 issue of the magazine "Vtuber Style", being featured on the front cover as well.[82]


  • Jan. 07 Participated in Hololive's 4th Mario Kart Cup Tournament, taking first place.[83]
  • Jan. 20 Featured in a video by The First Take, where Suisei performed "Stellar Stellar" and became the first VTuber to perform on the channel.[84]
  • Jan. 28 Held her second solo live concert, titled "SHOUT in CRISIS", at Tokyo Garden Theater.[85]
  • Feb. 01 Featured for a second time in a video by The First Take, where Suisei performed "Michizure", becoming the first VTuber to perform twice on the channel.[86]
  • Feb. 02 Achieved a 1,750,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.
  • May. 15 Suisei is featured on a GQ article about the changing landscape of J-Pop.[87]
  • Sep. 27 Achieved a 2,000,000 YouTube subscriber milestone. [88]

Music Space[edit]

For the main page, see Music Space.

Hololive presents: Hoshimachi Suisei's MUSIC SPACE (ホロライブ presents 星街すいせいのMUSIC SPACE) was a radio show aired in JOQR A&G+, where Suisei was the host/personality. It aired every Sunday at 17:00 - 17:30 JST, from April 5, 2020 to March 28, 2021.

Streaming Information[edit]


Suisei's membership has three different tiers: コールをする!Lv1! (Chant!), サイリウムをふる!Lv2! (Wave your glowstick!) and フラスタをおくる!Lv3! (Send a flower stand!). All tiers offer the same perks.


She formerly called her fans "Kometomo" (こめとも), which is a pun for "Comet friends". This changed on 19 May 2019, as her fans are currently called "Hoshiyomi" (星詠み), which translates to "Stargazer".

Streamer Side
Scene Lines Romaji Meaning / Notes
Greetings すいちゃんは~ 今日もかわい~!! Sui-chan wa~ Kyou mo Kawaii~!! Translation: Sui-chan is~ also cute today~!!
Introduction 彗星の如く現れたスターの原石!アイドルVTuberの星街すいせいです!すいちゃんは~ 今日もかわい~!! Suisei no Gotoku Arawareta SUTĀ no Genseki! AIDORU VTuber no Hoshimachi Suisei desu! Sui-chan wa~ Kyou mo Kawaii~!! Translation: It's your shooting star, your diamond in the rough! Idol VTuber Hoshimachi Suisei! Sui-chan is~ also cute today~!!
Farewell おつまち!! Otsumachi!! A portmanteau of "Otsukaresama", being a farewell, and her last name "Hoshimachi"
Viewer Side
Scene Lines Romaji Meaning / Notes
Waiting 星待ち
Kyou mo...
A play on the word "Machi" meaning to wait and her last name "Hoshimachi"
Taiki means waiting
Part of Streamer Side's Greeting
Greetings 今日もかわい~!! Kyou mo Kawaii~!! See Streamer Side's Greetings Notes
Farewell おつまち!! Otsumachi!! See Streamer Side's Farewell Notes
YouTube Membership Perks
Badges and Emoji Perk Levels
コールをする!Lv1 ()
  • Members-only wallpapers
  • Members-only live stream
サイリウムをふる!Lv2 ()
  • Includes access to perks from previous level
フラスタをおくる!Lv3 ()
  • Includes access to perks from previous levels


  • Kuon Ran (久遠 藍)[89] and Lupinus Knightley (ルピナス・ナイトリー)[90] are indie VTubers who are close friends with Suisei, going back to when Suisei was still independent. They helped design Suisei's unique microphone for 3D streams, with Lupinus designing it and Ran turning it into a 3D model.
  • She is usually seen to be a multi-talented idol due to the huge number of skills she has. She can draw (her original design and outfits for it were drawn by her), edit videos and make her own thumbnails, sing, cook, and play various games well (Tetris, Muse Dash etc).
  • She never took singing lessons, instead practiced singing by going for karaoke sessions alone.
  • She used to drink orange juice on stream but stopped drinking it as it irritated her throat easily, so she recently switched to apple juice instead. Usually has a picture of her drink during streams and position it as if her character was sipping from it when she takes a break to drink.
  • Favorite things to eat are spicy, sour or salty food, yakiniku and fish eyeballs. Dislikes eating bitter or sweet food, vegetables, and sushi(the combination of live fish and vinegar rice).
  • Favorite games are Ensemble Stars, Cinderella Girls and Tetris.
  • Favorite game characters are Sakuma Ritsu (Ensemble Stars), Takagaki Kaede (Idol Master) and Hisakawa Hayate (Idol Master).
  • Hate all kinds of bugs.
  • The crown that sits on top of her beret is made up of 2 separate crowns, which is thus sometimes referred to as the "Triple Crown".
  • She doesn't know how to whistle properly, and as such has been a joke among her viewers since the start of her VTuber career.
  • Doesn't like singing "Shiny Smily Story" as she can't hit the high notes well.
  • She has a poor sense of direction, easily getting lost even when using Google Maps to find her way.
  • Once during a Marika (Mario Kart) stream, Suisei was brutally beaten and lost badly. As a result, she can't accept marika anymore and whenever it is brought up, she acts confused like a disorder on her mind similar to remembering a psychologically hurting event.
  • AYT is something Suisei made up when she designed her phone case merch. It means (A)idoru (Y)ou(T)uber. Aidoru translates to "Idol" in English. Some fans were confused why she didn't name it AVT, which is Aidoru VirtualTuber. Suisei then clarified that it was because it would be an abbreviation of AV, which doesn't look good. She also admitted that "Idol" would have been better instead of "Aidoru", but had forgotten to use it that way, hence why it isn't IYT either. However, there is also a second definition of it which Suisei says everyone mistook it for. It actually means (A)nta no Kane de (Y)akiniku (T)abe ni iku, which translates to "I'm gonna eat Yakiniku using your money".
  • Prior to Hololive, she was part of a VTuber group called "S:gnal".
  • Sakanoue Yosuke[91] is a regular guitarist on Suisei's weekly radio program. Music Space, and often plays the songs being sung. In the initial weeks of the radio program he didn't have a model, but after a while received a panda themed live 2D model.
  • Suisei is a member of "karASHi", a group comprising of Akai Haato, Shiranui Flare and Hoshimachi Suisei. The first letter of their last names make up ASH, with (A)kai, (S)hiranui, and (H)oshimachi. Over time, the group name evolved from just "ASH" to "karASHi". Coincidentally, "karashi" is also formed by the second syllables of their last names (aKAi, shiRAnui, and hoSHImachi).
  • Suisei is part of "Hoshi no Kanata" (星の彼方), a duo group comprising of Amane Kanata and Suisei. The name translates to "Beyond the Stars".
  • Suisei is part of ALICE, a group comprising of Tokino Sora, Shiranui Flare, Housohu Marine, Amane Kanata and Hoshimachi Suisei. The letters in their name make up ALICE, with Sor(A), F(L)are, Mar(I)ne, (C)anata, and Suis(E)i.
  • Is one of the Hololive Production VTubers with an Official Artist Channel. Other members with an Official Artist channel can be found here.
  • Her YouTube channel was demonetized from January 29, 2021[92] to February 26, 2021[93]. During this period she held a stream commemorating the demonetization[94], a debut stream where she posed as a new VTuber complete with her original Live2D model[95], and a stream announcing she was turning off her electricity for 24 hours in order to 'save money'[96].
  • Kazama Iroha, a member of Hololive 6th gen, is a huge fan of Suisei’s, even being referred to as the ‘in-house Hoshiyomi' during Suisei’s reverse call-in new year stream, prompting Suisei to call her.[97] Iroha was so happy to be called by Suisei, she ended up delaying starting her own stream just to be able to continue talking with Suisei.[98]

Tetris Master / Hololive Tetris Queen[edit]

She is shown to have remarkable skill at tetris when she beat fellow Hololive member Akai Haato, who was also a very strong player. While not at professional level, Suisei is shown to be extremely good at the game and seen as the best tetris player among VTubers, sometimes ending games against other VTubers in less than 20 seconds. In a rematch against Haato, Suisei crushed her with a final score of 57-6. Her skill is further shown to be high when she held off against the world's #2 player for 5 minutes during one of her Tetris 99 streams.


Suisei is sometimes seen as a psychopath by her fans and other VTubers, occasionally acting ruthless when playing games like "Tetris" and "Project Winter". During these occasions, she has been shown to kill off or K.O. her opponents without remorse while still giving a carefree attitude, usually enjoying it at the same time. During a tetris collaboration with fellow Hololive member Akai Haato, she shared a story on how she accidentally killed a frog by squeezing it too hard and as such suffocated it in her hands when she was young. Another example would be that when she was playing "Hitman", she used civilians to practice her aim[99].


Anemachi (姉街) is Suisei's older sister who can sometimes be heard in the background of Suisei's streams, and both of them are seen to be very close to each other. Anemachi and Suisei voices are very similar, so much so that sometimes it's hard to tell who is talking when they are chatting. She is also a huge fan of the trading card game "Cardfight!! Vanguard", to the point of encouraging Suisei to play the game to get her interested so that she would have someone to talk to about the game. The sisters are said to have terrible luck, though Suisei seems to have it worse. During Suisei's second 3D stream, she appeared as a surprise guest, complete with a design model that she drew herself.[100] Her model have clothes in a similar design to Suisei, though the stark contrast is her pink hair colour.

No speculations and rumors, just fun facts!


Image Gallery[edit]




The Last Frontier







夜を待つよ (I'll Wait For The Night)

Midnight Mission


Original releases[edit]

The following consist of original songs by Suisei.

Release Date March 22, 2020
Track List
External links
 • Music Video • YouTube MusicSpotify
Release Date April 13, 2021
Track List
  1. GHOST
  2. GHOST - Instrumental
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
Sanji Juunihun
Release Date July 14, 2021
Track List

# 3時12分

# Sanji Juunihun

External links
Digital Release • Music Video
先駆者 (Pathfinder)
Release Date January 29, 2023
Track List
  1. 先駆者
  2. 先駆者 (Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release
Stellar Stellar - From THE FIRST TAKE
Release Date February 10, 2023
Track List
  1. Stellar Stellar - From THE FIRST TAKE
External links
 • Music Video • YouTube MusicSpotify
スイちゃんのメンテナンスソング (Sui-Chan's Maintenance Song)1
Release Date April 1, 2023
Track List
  1. スイちゃんのメンテナンスソング
  2. スイちゃんのメンテナンスソング (Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
1 Released as Super Idol ☆ Comet-Chan
Extended plays
Bluerose / comet
Release Date June 26, 2021
Track List
  1. Bluerose
  2. comet
  3. Bluerose - Instrumental
  4. comet - Instrumental
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
Run / Her Trail on the Celestial Sphere (駆けろ / 天球、彗星は夜を跨いで)
Release Date July 9, 2021
Track List

# 駆けろ

  1. 天球、彗星は夜を跨いで
  2. 駆けろ (Instrumental)
  3. 天球、彗星は夜を跨いで (Instrumental)

# Run

  • Her Trail on the Celestial Sphere
  • Run (Instrumental)
  • Her Trail on the Celestial Sphere (Instrumental)

  • External links
    Digital Release • Music Video
    SelfishDazzling / bye bye rainy (自分勝手Dazzling / バイバイレイニー)
    Release Date August 22, 2021
    Track List

    # 自分勝手Dazzling

    1. バイバイレイニー
    2. 自分勝手Dazzling (Instrumental)
    3. バイバイレイニー (Instrumental)

    # SelfishDazzling

  • Bye Bye Rainy
  • SelfishDazzling (Instrumental)
  • Bye Bye Rainy (Instrumental)

  • External links
    Digital Release • Music Video
    TEMPLATE / Wicked feat. Mori Calliope
    Release Date April 1, 2022
    Track List
    2. Wicked feat. Mori Calliope
    3. TEMPLATE - Instrumental
    4. Wicked feat. Mori Calliope - Instrumental
    External links
    Digital Release • Music Video
    Studio albums
    List of albums, with selected chart positions
    Title Album details Peak positions
    JPN JPN Hot
    Still Still Stellar
    Release Date September 29, 2021
    Track List
    External links
    Digital Release
    6 4
    Release Date January 25, 2023
    Track List
    External links
    Digital Release
    Collab Singles
    Release Date October 21, 2021
    Track List
    2. OUT OF FRAME - Instrumental
    External links
    Digital Release
    Bluer than Indigo
    Release Date December 25, 2021
    Track List
    1. Bluer than Indigo
    External links
    Digital Release • Music Video
    Collab Albums
    Release Date December 22, 2021
    Track List
    1. The Aliens EP
    2. Yona Yona Journey
    3. Club Aquila
    4. Sanji Juunihun
    5. Taillights (Outro)
    External links
    Digital Release
    Release Date July 27, 2022
    Track List
    1. Never Ending Midnights
    2. SOS
    3. Allegro
    4. Rat A Tat
    5. Tuning (Interlude)
    6. Ryuseigun
    7. Highway
    External links
    Digital Release
    Release Date December 13, 2023
    Track List
    1. Light The Light
    2. Moonlightspeed
    3. Midnight Mission
    4. Igniter
    5. Blackhole Dancehall
    6. Starpeggio
    7. Soliloquy
    8. I'll Wait For The Night
    External links
    Digital Release
    Holohoneygaoka High School -Originals-
    Release Date February 24, 2024
    Track List
    1. Kawaiko Check! / Inugami Korone
    2. Idol 10 rules / Nekomata Okayu, Himemori Luna
    3. Tokyo Wabi-Sabi Lullaby / Gawr Gura
    4. Bridal Dream / Usada Pekora, Houshou Marine
    5. Utage☆Dokudanzyou! / Nakiri Ayame
    6. Outsider Plan / La+ Darknesss, Takane Lui, Hakui Koyori, Sakamata Chloe, Kazama Iroha
    7. PAKU-PAKU-SEIBAI / Hakos Baelz
    8. Hero for a day / Kobo Kanaeru, Takanashi Kiara
    9. Riazyuu★Bokumetu movement / Murasaki Shion
    10. Kyoushitsu ni Ao / Hoshimachi Suisei

    CD Bonus Track : Seishun Archive / hololive IDOL PROJECT (Tokino Sora, Hoshimachi Suisei, Shirakami Fubuki, Minato Aqua, Amane Kanata, Moona Hoshinova, Airani Iofifteen, Takanashi Kiara, Gawr Gura)

    External links
    Digital Release

    Cover songs[edit]

    The following are a list of songs covered by Suisei.

    Solo Covers

    Collab Covers


    The following are a list of background music Suisei has used in her streams and videos.


    Edited MVs[edit]

    Here is a list of MVs that Suisei has edited.

    Edited MVs

    Recommended Videos[edit]


    1. 1.0 1.1 Retrieved from https://en.hololive.tv/portfolio/items/hoshimachi-suisei
    2. (Dec. 1, 2019). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1201095842779713536
    3. (Jan. 2, 2020). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1212667683633692672
    4. (Jan. 2, 2020). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1212660785890988032
    5. 5.0 5.1 (Nov. 13, 2020). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1326928216192245760
    6. (Oct. 19, 2021). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/saekiyahiro/status/1450452446849814529
    7. (Oct. 19, 2021) Retrieved from https://twitter.com/MegaJujube/status/1450455868940636164
    8. (Oct. 19, 2021). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/saekiyahiro/status/1450452446849814529
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