Beit

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Beit
Beit Logo.png
General Unit Data
Original Unit Name: Beit
Translated Unit Name: Beit
Unit Members: Kyoji Takajo
Pierre
Minori Watanabe
Production Agency: 315 Production
Debuted in: THE iDOLM@STER: SideM
Image songs: Smile Engage
Omoi wa ETERNITY
Fun! Fun! Festa!

Beit is one of the 15 idol units appearing on the social mobile game THE iDOLM@STER: SideM. The unit is a trio consisting of former part-timers Kyoji Takajo, Pierre, and Minori Watanabe.

History

Beit is a unit with a prince theme, owing in part to one of the members, Pierre, being an actual prince, albeit the third in line. In addition to having all worked a part-time job, one thing all three members of Beit have in common is having problems with their families. After Pierre's father became ill, his two older brothers fought constantly over who would take the throne, and he was neglected, which is why he went to Japan. Minori's parents died when he was very young, and the uncle who took care of him in their place was also murdered when he was a teenager. Kyoji was rejected by his rich family for not getting into college, and then ran away. Because of this, Beit is considered to be like a family, and the members find the familial bonds they didn't have with their real families in each other.

In the drama tracks of their ST@RTING LINE album, Minori explains how the three of them first met. While working, Minori noticed a customer in a frog suit staring at his flowers. When he attempted to talk to him, he found that he was a foreigner, and after some communication struggles, that he was very hungry. Minori took him to buy food at the convenience store where Kyoji was working, which was how Kyoji got involved. After that, the three of them became friends.

It was Minori who first suggested that Pierre become an idol as a way to make people smile. Pierre then invited Kyoji to join him, and eventually they were scouted and became a unit.

Appearances

In Game

CD Recordings

Trivia

  • The unit name Beit is pronounced "baito" (バイト), a Japanese word for part-time jobs. Beit is also short for "arbeit", which is German for "working".

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