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Kiria sends Itsuki a message asking if he can help her with something, Itsuki finds her in Shibuya. Kiria then asks Itsuki to find a particular plush that has value to her, she also mentions she last had it in Daitama.
Itsuki finds the plush, but it is a bit worse for the wear due to being stepped on by tourists. He asks Tsubasa if she can fix it, and she instead recommends that he ask her sister, Ayaha Oribe, instead.
Ayaha recommends that Itsuki repair it himself, and she shows him how. Doing so rewards the player with the Key Item Sir Gen Plush EX. Itsuki then sends a message to Kiria that he has the plush, and goes to locate her in Shibuya.
Kiria is thankful for the return of Sir Gen, and gains the performa Hidden Strength. Tiki then uses this performa to create the Radiant Unity Door of Wandering.
After this Itsuki attends Kiria's performance of her song The Labyrinth.
Kiria says the concert went so well due to not worrying about Sir Gen. Itsuki mentions that her liking some cute things is a nice facet of her character, but she mentions that she doesn't really keep the plush because it is cute. Kiria says it is a memento, but of what she does not specify.
This side story is very relaxed, it requires no Idolasphere exploring or battles.
This side story has no enemies.
This side story has no boss.
- The Labyrinth music video
- Kiria obtains the new Ad-lib performance, also called The Labyrinth.
- Experience for all recruited party members.
A very straightforward side story, speak to Kiria in Shibuya, go to Daitama and pick up the sparkle on the ground representing the plush, and then go to Fortuna Studios and speak with Ayaha. Return to Kiria in Shibuya and then have Tiki use Kiria's new performa to create a new Radiant Unity, and the side story is complete.
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