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Rie Kugimiya
Rie Kugimiya
Rie Kugimiya
(釘宮 理恵, Kugimiya Rie, born May 30, 1979 in Osaka) is a Japanese voice actress and singer affiliated with I'm Enterprise.[1][2] Some of Kugimiya's prominent roles include Alphonse Elric
Alphonse Elric
in the Fullmetal Alchemist
Fullmetal Alchemist
series, Happy in Fairy Tail, and Kagura in Gintama. Because of her voicing of lead characters such as Nagi Sanzenin in Hayate the Combat Butler, Shana in Shakugan no Shana
Shakugan no Shana
and Louise in The Familiar of Zero, some of her fans have nicknamed her the "Queen of Tsundere."[3][4] Within the Tamagotchi
Tamagotchi
fandom she is known for her role in the Tamagotchi
Tamagotchi
movies and anime as Mametchi
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Osaka
Osaka
Osaka
(大阪市, Ōsaka-shi) (Japanese pronunciation: [oːsaka];  listen (help·info)) is a designated city in the Kansai region of Japan. It is the capital city of Osaka Prefecture
Osaka Prefecture
and the largest component of the Keihanshin
Keihanshin
Metropolitan Area, the second largest metropolitan area in Japan
Japan
and among the largest in the world with over 19 million inhabitants
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Seiyu Awards
The Seiyu Awards (声優アワード, Seiyū Awādo) are award ceremonies for the recognition of voice acting talent (known as seiyū in Japan) for outstanding performance in anime and other media in Japan
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Chance Pop Session
Chance: Triangle Session (チャンス トライアングルセッション, Chansu Toraianguru Sesshon), also known as Chance: Pop Session, is a 2001 anime produced by Madhouse studios. The series aired from May 21 to August 27, 2001 and ran for 13 episodes. Three young girls—Akari, Yuki, and Nozomi—meet at a concert and set out to follow in the footsteps of their idol, Reika, and become music stars
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InuYasha
Inuyasha
Inuyasha
(犬夜叉), also known as Inuyasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale (Japanese: 戦国御伽草子 犬夜叉, Hepburn: Sengoku Otogizōshi Inuyasha), is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi. It premiered in Weekly Shōnen Sunday
Weekly Shōnen Sunday
on November 13, 1996, and concluded on June 18, 2008, with the chapters collected into 56 tankōbon volumes by Shogakukan. The series begins with Kagome Higurashi, a 15-year-old schoolgirl from Tokyo
Tokyo
who is transported to the Sengoku period
Sengoku period
after falling into a well in her family shrine, where she meets the half-demon dog Inuyasha. When a monster from that era tries to take the magical Shikon Jewel embodied in Kagome, she inadvertently shatters the Jewel into many pieces that are dispersed across Japan
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Shin Megami Tensei
Shin Megami Tensei[a] is a post-apocalyptic role-playing video game developed and published by Atlus. Originally released for the Super Famicom in 1992 in Japan, it has been ported to multiple systems and eventually released in the West for iOS in 2014. It is the third game in the Megami Tensei
Megami Tensei
series and the first in the central Shin Megami Tensei series. The gameplay uses first-person navigation of dungeons and turn-based battles against demons. The player can recruit demons as allies by talking to them rather than fighting them, and two to three demons can be fused to create new demons. The story follows a nameless protagonist who lives in near-future Tokyo. When a portal to the realm of demons is opened, United States officials order a nuclear attack on Tokyo
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Voice Acting In Japan
Voice acting
Voice acting
in Japan is acting as a narrator or as an actor in radio plays or as a character actor in anime and video games. It also involves performing voice-overs for non-Japanese movies and television programs. Because Japan's large animation industry produces 60% of the animated series in the world,[1] voice acting in Japan has a far greater prominence than voice acting in most other countries. Some voice actors—especially certain voice actresses—often have devoted international fan-clubs. Some fans may watch a show merely to hear a particular voice actor.[2] Some Japanese voice actors have capitalized on their fame to become singers[3] and many others have become live movie or television actors. There are around 130 voice-acting schools in Japan.[4] Broadcast companies and talent agencies often have their own troupes of vocal actors
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Hamtaro
Hamtaro, known in Japan
Japan
as Trotting Hamutaro (とっとこハム太郎, Tottoko Hamutarō), is a Japanese children's manga and storybook series created and illustrated by Ritsuko Kawai. The manga is serialized in Shogakukan's all girl's magazine Ciao in 1997, focusing on a hamster named Hamtaro
Hamtaro
who has a variety of adventures with other hamsters, known as "Ham-Hams" ("Hamuchans" in the Japanese version). Viz Media
Viz Media
published the manga adaptations and storybooks in English.[2][3] Multiple anime adaptations were produced by TMS Entertainment
TMS Entertainment
and aired on TV Tokyo
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Mon Colle Knights
Mon Colle Knights, known as Six Gates Far Away Mon Colle Knight (Japanese: 六門天外モンコレナイト, Hepburn: Rokumon Tengai Mon Kore Naito) in Japan, is an anime and manga series. The original concept was made by Hitoshi Yasuda and Group SNE. The series is based on the Monster Collection trading card game. The Japanese version aired on TV Tokyo, consisting of 51 episodes and one movie. The Saban-produced Mon Colle Knights aired on Fox Kids
Fox Kids
in North America
North America
from July 2001 to September 2002, consisting of 45 episodes. In 2006 it aired on Jetix
Jetix
on Sundays at 10:00 p.m
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The Candidate For Goddess
The Candidate for Goddess
The Candidate for Goddess
(Japanese: 女神候補生, Hepburn: Megami Kōhosei) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Yukiru Sugisaki. The series takes place in the distant future, where human beings live among space colonies and a single, inhabitable planet called Zion. The plot follows Zero Enna and his fellow candidates as they try to prove themselves worthy of piloting the "Ingrids", also called "Goddesses". These gigantic, humanoid weapons are humanity's only significant defense against a hostile, alien threat known as "Victim". The Candidate for Goddess
The Candidate for Goddess
was serialized in the monthly Wani Books magazine Comic Gum. A total of 26 chapters were collected in five tankōbon (volumes) and released between 1997 and 2001
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Kyorochan
Kyorochan (キョロちゃん) is a Japanese cartoon bird that serves as a mascot for a brand of Morinaga chocolate known as ChocoBall. He first appeared in 1967 in the anime television series "Uchuu-shonen Soran" (Space Boy Soran). Originally, when the series began in 1965, Choco-Balls were consumed by a cartoon "space squirrel" known as "Chappy"; it was found that sales of Choco-Balls did not increase. Therefore Kyorochan was devised in 1967 as a replacement. His popularity began to take off in 1987, when TV commercials starring Kyorochan, as well as commercial songs performed by famous artists appeared. In 1991, the name "Kyorochan" was printed on the boxes of Choco-Ball candies, and in that same year, the sales of Kyorochan stuffed animals and related products exceeded the sales of the Choco-Ball brand itself. Kyorochan had his own 1999–2000 anime series and a movie based on the anime series released between 2000-2001 in Japan
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Crayon Shin-chan
North America: Funimation (2006–present) Americas, Europe: Vitello Productions (2002–2003) phuuz entertainment inc. (2003–2005) EMEA: LUK Internacional (?–present)[1]Original network TV Asahi
TV Asahi
(1992–present)English networkAU Vitello, Phuuz: Fox Kids,[2] Fox8CA Funimation: RazerEU LUK Internacional: Nintendo eShop
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Nabari No Ou
Nabari no Ou
Nabari no Ou
(Japanese: 隠の王, Hepburn: Nabari no Ō, lit. "King of Nabari") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yuhki Kamatani. The series premiered in Japan
Japan
in Monthly GFantasy
Monthly GFantasy
in 2004 and ended serialization in 2010. Square Enix
Square Enix
is also publishing the individual chapters in collected volumes with fourteen volumes released as of February 2011. The series has been licensed for an English language
English language
release in North America
North America
by Yen Press. The first volume was released in May 2009.[1] J.C.Staff
J.C.Staff
created a twenty-six episode anime adaptation of the Nabari no Ou manga series. Directed by Kunihisa Sugishima, the series ran in Japan
Japan
on TV Tokyo
TV Tokyo
from April to September 2008
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Najica Blitz Tactics
Najica Blitz Tactics
Najica Blitz Tactics
(Japanese: ナジカ電撃作戦, Hepburn: Najika Dengeki Sakusen) is an anime television series by Studio Fantasia.[1] It premiered across Japan
Japan
between October 5, 2001 and December 27, 2001. The show is similar to that of Agent Aika—both being directed by Katsuhiko Nishijima and animated by Studio Fantasia—with much of the same content. Though Najica was later adapted into a manga by Takuya Tashiro (田代 琢也, Tashiro Takuya), the majority of the difference in content were in the context of the missions and especially the ending.Contents1 Story 2 Characters 3 Theme music 4 Broadcast4.1 Episode list5 Reception 6 References 7 Further reading 8 Notes 9 External linksStory[edit] Najica Hiiragi is a noted perfumer for CRI Cosmetics, famous for being able to identify over 500 scents
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Mitsuki Saiga
Mitsuki Saiga (斎賀 みつき, Saiga Mitsuki, born June 12, 1973)[3] is a Japanese voice actress and singer who is affiliated with Ken Production.[1] Her major roles include Tsukasa in .hack, Maria Ross in Fullmetal Alchemist, MakubeX
MakubeX
in GetBackers, Wolfram von Bielefeld
Wolfram von Bielefeld
in Kyo Kara Maoh!
Kyo Kara Maoh!
Chie in My-Hime
My-Hime
/ My-Otome, Teito Klein in 07-Ghost
07-Ghost
and Jing
Jing
in Jing: King of Bandits. She is noted for having a deep voice that is used to portray male or masculine female characters
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Vandread
Vandread
Vandread
(ヴァンドレッド, Vandoreddo) is a Japanese anime series directed by Takeshi Mori and created by Gonzo and Media Factory animation studios. The series is composed of two seasons (Vandread, released in 2000 and Vandread: The Second Stage, released in 2001), each composed of thirteen episodes of twenty-five minutes. The first series is summarized in the Vandread
Vandread
Taidouhen ("Integral") OVA in 2001, and the second in the Vandread
Vandread
Gekitouhen ("Turbulence") OVA, released in 2002. There is a Vandread Extra Stage Novel, that explains the events after Vandread: The Second Stage
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