Kana Hanazawa

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Kana Hanazawa
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Kana Hanazawa in November 2010
Native name
花澤 香菜
Born (1989-02-25) February 25, 1989 (age 29)
Tokyo, Japan [1]
Occupation
Years active2003–present
AgentOffice Osawa
AwardsBest Supporting Actress at 9th Seiyu Awards
Musical career
Genres J-pop
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2012–present
Labels
Website www.hanazawakana-music.net

Kana Hanazawa(花澤 香菜,Hanazawa Kana, born February 25, 1989) is a Japanese voice actress and singer represented by the Office Osawa talent agency. [1] [2] [3] She is known for voice acting leading roles for a number of anime television series and other anime-related media in Japan, including Nadeko Sengoku in Monogatari , Anri Sonohara in Durarara!! , Angel / Kanade Tachibana in Angel Beats! , Kuroneko / Ruri Gokō in Oreimo , Mayuri Shiina in Steins;Gate , Akane Tsunemori in Psycho-Pass , Natsume Tsuchimikado in Tokyo Ravens , Kosaki Onodera in Nisekoi , Rize Kamishiro in Tokyo Ghoul , Hinata Kawamoto in March Comes in Like a Lion , Shirase Kobuchizawa in A Place Further than the Universe , and Raphiel Ainsworth Shiraha in Gabriel Dropout . Her debut single, "Hoshizora Destination"(星空☆ディスティネーション), was released on April 25, 2012 under the Aniplex/Sony Music Entertainment Japan label. [4]

Voice acting in Japan Japanese voice actor or actress

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, voice acting in Japan has a far greater prominence than voice acting in most other countries.

Anime Japanese animation

Anime is hand-drawn and computer animation originating from or associated with Japan.

<i>Monogatari</i> (series) Japanese light novel series

Monogatari(物語, lit. "Story") is the general name for a series of Japanese light novels written by Japanese novelist Nisio Isin and illustrated by Taiwanese illustrator Vofan. Kodansha has published 24 novels since November 2006 under their Kodansha Box imprint, with at least five more novels planned. The story centers on Koyomi Araragi, a third-year high school student who survived a vampire attack, and finds himself helping some girls involved with all kinds of apparitions, deities, ghosts, mythological beasts, and spirits.

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Biography

Hanazawa began acting when she was in kindergarten. She made regular appearances at the variety program Yappari Sanma Daisensei. [5]

At the age of 14, she made her voice acting debut as Holly in Last Exile. [2] Three years later, she played Ryoko Kaminagi in Zegapain . [6] She then signed up with voice acting agency Office Osawa.

<i>Last Exile</i> 2011 anime

Last Exile is a Japanese animated television series created by Gonzo. It featured a production team led by director Koichi Chigira, character designer Range Murata, and production designer Mahiro Maeda. The three had previously worked together in Blue Submarine No. 6, one of the first CG anime series. Last Exile aired on TV Tokyo between April 7, 2003 and September 29, 2003. A sequel series, Last Exile -Fam, The Silver Wing-, aired between October 15, 2011 and March 23, 2012. A film adaptation of the series, Last Exile -Fam, The Silver Wing-: Over the Wishes, was released on February 6, 2016.

<i>Zegapain</i>

Zegapain (ゼーガペイン) is a Japanese anime television series created by Sunrise. The series premiered in Japan on April 6, 2006 on TV Tokyo and also later aired on BS Japan and AT-X. On October 2, 2007, Bandai Entertainment released the first Region 1 volume of Zegapain with the last volume released on August 5, 2008. Following the 2012 closure of Bandai Entertainment, Sunrise announced at Otakon 2013, that Sentai Filmworks has rescued Zegapain, along with a handful of other former BEI titles. As part of the 10th anniversary of the series, a new theatrical film titled Zegapain Adaptation was released in Japanese theaters on October 15, 2016.

Hanazawa went to university in 2007, while at the same time, she began to make her mark as a voice actress. She voiced the title character in Kobato. , [7] Suou in Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor , Nadeko Sengoku in Bakemonogatari , Angel / Kanade Tachibana in Angel Beats , and Anri Sonohara in Durarara!! . [8] She was voted in 2010 as "Best Female Voice Actress" by listeners of the radio program Nonko and Nobita's Anime Scramble(ノン子とのび太のアニメスクランブル). [9] She graduated from university in 2011, and in the same year became a full-time voice actress. In late 2010, she was invited to the Anime Festival Asia anime convention in Singapore. [8]

<i>Durarara!!</i> 2010 Japanese light novel series written by Ryohgo Narita, with illustrations by Suzuhito Yasuda, and anime series adaptations

Durarara!! (デュラララ!!), often shortened to DRRR!!, is a Japanese light novel series written by Ryohgo Narita, with illustrations by Suzuhito Yasuda, that has also been adapted into a Japanese anime series. Durarara!! tells the story of a dullahan working as an underworld courier in Ikebukuro, an internet-based anonymous gang called the Dollars, and the chaos that unfolds around the most dangerous people in Ikebukuro. The series ran for thirteen volumes, published by ASCII Media Works under their Dengeki Bunko imprint.

Anime Festival Asia

C3AFA also known as Anime Festival Asia (AFA) is a series of anime conventions held in the Southeast Asian region, with a core annual convention held in Singapore. The main convention is traditionally held over a weekend in mid-November. It was held at the Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre in 2008–2011, but was moved to the Singapore Expo MAX Pavilion in 2012 due to renovation works at Suntec Convention Centre that year. Satellite conventions were also held in 2012 at the Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; and at the Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran, Jakarta, Indonesia, and Dili, East-Timor.

On February 23, 2012, it was announced that Hanazawa would launch her official website. A few days later, during the "Kana Hanazawa Solo Debut Presentation Party event", it was announced that she would release four singles within a year: "Hoshizora Destination"(星空☆ディスティネーション) released on April 25, [10] "Hatsukoi no Oto"(初恋ノオト), [11] released on July 18, "Happy Endings", released on October 24 and was used as ending theme for anime Zetsuen no Tempest , [12] and "Silent Snow", released on January 16, 2013. [13] Her first album Claire was released on February 20, 2013, [14] and her second album 25 was released on February 26, 2014. [15] She released the album Blue Avenue in April 2015, and went on a concert tour starting at the Nippon Budokan on May 3. [16] [17] Her Blu-ray of the show, Live Avenue Kana Hanazawa in Budokan, ranked number six in sales. [18]

Nippon Budokan building

Nippon Budokan, often shortened to simply Budokan, is an indoor arena located in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. Budokan was originally built for the judo competition in the 1964 Summer Olympics, hence its name, which translates in English as Martial Arts Hall. Its primary purpose is to host martial arts contests and for a time was a popular venue for Japanese professional wrestling. It has hosted numerous other sporting events such as the 1967 Women's Volleyball World Championship and other events such as musical concerts.

In 2015, she won Best Supporting Actress at the 9th Seiyu Awards. [19] She later won Newtype 's Best Voice Actress award. [20] Hanazawa starred in her first live-action feature film Kimi ga Inakucha Dame Nanda(君がいなくちゃだめなんだ, It's Definitely No Good You're Not Here) [21] Her video would later place tenth in Oricon's Blu-ray Disc Chart. [22] Hanazawa moved to the Sacra Music record label under Sony Music Entertainment Japan in April 2017. [23]

The 9th Seiyu Awards ceremony was held on March 7, 2015 at the JOQR Media Plus Hall in Minato, Tokyo.

<i>Newtype</i> magazine

Newtype is a monthly magazine publication originating from Japan, covering anime and manga. It was launched by publishing company Kadokawa Shoten on March 8, 1985 with its April issue, and has since seen regular release on the 10th of every month in its home country. Newtype Korea is published in Korea. Spin-off publications of Newtype also exist in Japan, such as Newtype Hero/Newtype the Live and NewWORDS, as well as numerous limited-run versions.

Filmography

Anime

List of voice performances in anime
YearTitleRoleNotesSource [3]
2003 Last Exile Holly Mad-thane [24]
2006 Zegapain Ryoko Kaminagi [2] [24] [25]
2006 Magical Witch Punie-chan Potaru TanakaOVA [2] [24]
2007 Getsumento Heiki Mina Nakoru Hazemi / Mina Minazuki [2] [24]
2007 Mushi-Uta Shiika Anmoto [2] [24]
2007 Potemayo Potemayo [2] [24]
2007 Higurashi When They Cry Tomomi [24] [25]
2007 Sketchbook ~ full color's ~ Sora Kajiwara [24] [26]
2008 Gunslinger Girl: Il Teatrino Angelica Also OVA [24]
2008–present To Love-Ru series Mikan Yuuki OVA and TV series, Motto, Darkness, Darkness 2nd [27] [28] [29] [30]
2008 Blassreiter Elea [24]
2008 Kyōran Kazoku Nikki Yūka Midarezaki [24]
2008 Someday's Dreamers: Summer Skies Sora Suzuki [24]
2008–10 Sekirei series Kusano Also Pure Engagement [24] [31]
2008–10 Strike Witches series Amaki Suwa [24]
2008 Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens Zange [24]
2008 Kemeko Deluxe! Rico [24]
2009 Asu no Yoichi! Kagome Ikaruga [24]
2009 Tower of Druaga: The Sword of Uruk Henaro [24]
2009 Pandora Hearts Sharon Rainsworth [24]
2009 Basquash! Coco JD [24] [25] [32]
2009 Aoi Hana Prince [24]
2009–present Monogatari series Nadeko Sengoku Bake, Nise, Second Season, Owari, Koyomi [33] [34] [35] [36]
2009 Sora no Manimani Apricot Yukie [24]
2009–13 A Certain Scientific Railgun series Erii Haruue Also S [24] [25]
2009 Kobato. Kobato Hanato [24] [25] [37]
2009 Darker than Black: Gemini Meteor Suou Pavlichenko [24] [38]
2010 Ladies versus Butlers! Ayse Khadim [24] [25]
2010 Durarara!! Anri Sonohara [19] [24] [39]
2010–11 The Qwaser of Stigmata seriesFumika Mitarai [24] [25]
2010 B Gata H Kei Mayu Miyano [24] [25]
2010 Maid Sama! Sakura Hanazono [24] [25]
2010 Angel Beats! Angel / Kanade Tachibana [24] [25] [40]
2010 Amagami SS Library committee of rumor [24]
2010 Occult Academy Kozue Naruse [24]
2010–11 Asobi ni Iku yo! series Aoi Futaba Also OVA [24] [25] [41]
2010 Hen Semi Nanako MatsutakaOVA [42]
2010Mayo Elle Otokonoko [43]
2010–13 Oreimo series Ruri Gokō / Kuroneko [24] [25] [44]
2010–13 The World God Only Knows series Shiori Shiomiya [24] [25]
2010 Otome Yōkai Zakuro Susukihotaru [24] [25]
2010 Princess Jellyfish Tsukimi Kurashita [24] [45]
2010 Megane na Kanojo Chiaki Kuramoto [46]
2011–13 Infinite Stratos series Charlotte Dunois Also IS2 [47] [48]
2011–13 Freezing series Rana Linchen Also Vibrations [24]
2011 Fractale Nessa [24] [49]
2011 Moshidora Yuki Miyata [24]
2011 Morita-san wa Mukuchi seriesMayu MoritaOVA and TV series [24] [25] [50]
2011–15 Dog Days seriesNoir Vinocacao [24] [25]
2011—present Steins;Gate Mayuri ShiinaAlso Steins;Gate 0 in 2018 [51] [52]
2011 Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko Hanazawa-san [24] [25]
2011 Sket Dance Saaya Agata [24]
2011 Deadman Wonderland Shiro [24] [25]
2011, 2017 Blue Exorcist Shiemi Moriyama [24] [25] [53]
2011–13 Ro-Kyu-Bu! series Tomoka Minato OVA and TV series, SS series [54] [55] [56]
2011 Kamisama Dolls Mahiru Hyūga [50] [57]
2011 The Idolmaster Eri Mizutani [24]
2011 Mayo Chiki! Kureha Sakamachi [24] [25] [50]
2011 The Mystic Archives of Dantalian Young Hugh [24]
2011 Baby Princess 3D Paradise 0 MizukiOVA [24] [25]
2011–13 Haganai series Kobato Hasegawa Also Next [24] [25] [58]
2011 Last Exile: Fam the Silver Wing Alvis E. Hamilton [24] [25]
2011 Guilty Crown Ayase Shinomiya [24]
2011 Carnival Phantasm Ayaka SajōOVA anime project
Episode: Fate/Prototype
[59]
2012 Bodacious Space Pirates Chiaki Kurihara [24]
2012 Aquarion Evol Zessica WongAlso Love OVA in 2015 [24] [60]
2012 Inu × Boku SS Karuta Roromiya [24] [61]
2012 Danball Senki W Ran Hanasaki [24]
2012 Black Rock Shooter Black Rock Shooter, Mato Kuroi, Insane Black Rock Shooter [24] [62]
2012 Zetman Konoha Amagi [24]
2012 Sengoku Collection Tokugawa Ieyasu [24] [25]
2012 Shirokuma Cafe Mei Mei [24]
2012–14 Saki Kuro Matsumi Achiga-hen episode of Side-A, The Nationals [24] [25]
2012 Chōyaku Hyakunin isshu: Uta Koi Touko princess [24]
2012 Binbougami ga! Ichiko Sakura [24]
2012 Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero Kirimoto Kuzunoha [24]
2012 Campione! Yuri Mariya [24]
2012 My Little Monster Chizuru Oushima [24] [25]
2012 From the New World Maria Akizuki [63]
2012 Blast of Tempest Aika FuwaAlso theme song [64] [65]
2012–14 Little Busters! seriesMutsumi SuginamiAlso Refrain [24] [25]
2012–13 Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic seriesRen KougyokuAlso Kingdom [24]
2012–present Teekyu series Marimo Bando [24] [66] [67]
2012–14 Psycho-Pass series Akane Tsunemori [24] [68]
2013 Sasami-san@Ganbaranai Kagami Yagami [24] [69] [70]
2013 Kotoura-san Yuriko Mifune [71]
2013 Zettai Bōei Leviathan Syrup [24] [72]
2013 WataMote Yuu Naruse [73] [74]
2013 Coppelion Aoi Fukasaku [24] [25] [75]
2013 Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea Manaka Mukaido [24] [76] [77]
2013 Wanna be the Strongest in the World Juri Sanada [24] [78]
2013 Unbreakable Machine-Doll Hotaru [24] [25] [79]
2013 Tokyo Ravens Natsume Tsuchimikado [24] [25] [80]
2013–14 Date A Live Rinne Sonogami [25]
2014 Buddy Complex Nasu Mayuka [24] [81] [82]
2014 My Neighbor Seki Rumi Yokoi Also OAVs [83] [84]
2014 Space Dandy Adelie [24]
2014 D-Frag! Roka Shibasaki [19] [85] [86]
2014 No-Rin Minori Nakazawa [24] [25]
2014 Wake Up, Girls! Anna [24] [25] [87]
2014–15 Nisekoi series Kosaki Onodera Also Nisekoi: [24] [25] [88] [89]
2014 Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire May/HarukaShort OVA to promote game [90]
2014 World Conquest Zvezda Plot Natasha Vasylchenko/Professor Um [24] [91]
2014 The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior Ritsu Kawai [24] [92]
2014 Dragonar Academy Jessica Valentine [24]
2014 The Irregular at Magic High School Mayumi Saegusa [24] [25] [93]
2014 Broken Blade Cleo Saburafu [24] [94]
2014 If Her Flag Breaks Megumu Tōzokuyama [24] [95] [96]
2014 Nanana's Buried Treasure Daruku Hoshino [24] [97]
2014 Mekakucity Actors Marry Kozakura [24] [98]
2014 Tokyo Ghoul Rize Kamishiro [24] [25] [99]
2014 Akame ga Kill! Seryu Ubiquitous [24] [25]
2014 Persona 4: The Golden Animation Marie [24] [25] [100]
2014 World Trigger Ai Kitora [24] [101]
2014 Parasyte -the maxim- Satomi Murano [24] [102]
2014 Yuki Yuna is a Hero Sonoko Nogi [24]
2015 Unlimited Fafnir Firill Crest [24] [103]
2015–16 Durarara!! x2 seriesAnri Sonohara [24]
2015 Maria the Virgin Witch Ezekiel [24] [104]
2015 Takamiya Nasuno Desu Marimo Bandō [24]
2015 Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches Mikoto Asuka [105]
2015 Castle Town Dandelion Akane Sakurada [106] [107]
2015 Ushio and Tora Jie Mei [108]
2015 Gatchaman Crowds Insight Gel Sadra [24] [109]
2015 Prison School Hana Midorikawa [24] [110]
2015 Ultimate Otaku Teacher Reiko Mukyou [25]
2015TurnoverChizuru Yamazaki [111]
2016 Prince of Stride: Alternative Nana Sakurai [24] [112]
2016 Girls Beyond the Wasteland Yuka Kobayakawa [113] [114]
2016 Ojisan to Marshmallow MIO5 (Degas) [24]
2016 Fairy Tail Zero Zera [115] [116]
2016 Ange Vierge SW=Code Omega 46 SeniaAlso promotional video for game in 2013 [117] [118]
2016 Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko: Everything Flows Kanojo
彼女
[119] [120]
2016 Ange Vierge CodeΩ46 Xenia [121]
2016 Orange Naho Takamiya [122]
2016 Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy Chiaki Nanami [123]
2016 March Comes in like a Lion Hinata Kawamoto [124]
2016 Poco's Udon World Sae Fujiyama [125]
2016 Izetta: The Last Witch Elvira [126]
2016 Bungo Stray Dogs Lucy Maud Montgomery [127]
2016 Yona of the Dawn KayaOVA 3 [128]
2017 Schoolgirl Strikers Yumi Sajima [129]
2017 Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma Nene KinokuniOVA 4 [130]
2017 Gabriel DropOut Raphiel Ainsworth Shiraha [131]
2017 Rewrite Kagariseason 2 [24]
2017 Sagrada Reset Misora Haruki [132]
2017 Tenshi no 3P! Kōme Ogi [133]
2017 Tsurezure Children Yuki Minagawa [134]
2017 Love and Lies Misaki Takasaki [135] [136]
2017 Anime-Gatari Bei Bei Yang [137]
2018 A Place Further than the Universe Shirase Kobuchizawa [138]
2018 Last Hope Queenie Yō [139]
2018 Layton Mystery Detective Agency: Kat's Mystery-Solving Files Katrielle "Kat" Layton [140]
2018 Cells at Work! Erythrocyte [141]
2018 Major 2nd Mutsuko Sakura [142]
2018 Beatless Mika Tsutsumi [143]
2018 Phantom in the Twilight Bayrou Ton [144]
2018 Steins;Gate 0 Shiina Mayuri [145]
2018 Happy Sugar Life Satō Matsuzaka [146]
2019 Boogiepop and Others Suiko Minahoshi [147]
2019 The Quintessential Quintuplets Ichika Nakano [148]
2019 Mix Haruka Ōyama [149]
2019 Senryū Shōjo Nanako Yukishiro [150]
2019 Shōmetsu Toshi Yuki [151]

Films

List of voice performances in films
YearTitleRoleNotesSource [3]
2009 Cencoroll Yuki [24] [152]
2010 Book Girl Tōko Amano [24]
2010 King of Thorn Kasumi Ishiki [24] [38]
2012 Blood-C: The Last Dark Hiro Tsukiyama [24]
2012 Nerawareta Gakuen Kahori [24] [25]
2012 Inazuma Eleven GO vs. Danbōru Senki W Ran Hanasaki [24]
2012 Blue Exorcist: The Movie Shiemi Moriyama [24]
2013 Aura: Koga Maryuin's Last War Ryōko Satō [24] [153]
2013 Steins;Gate: Fuka Ryōiki no Déjà vu Mayuri Shiina [24]
2013 The Garden of Words Yukari Yukino [24] [154] [155]
2014 Bodacious Space Pirates: Abyss of Hyperspace Chiaki Kurihara [24]
2015 Psycho-Pass: The Movie Akane Tsunemori [20] [156] [157]
2015 The Empire of Corpses Hadary Lilith [24] [158]
2015 Go! Princess PreCure The Movie: Go! Go!! Splendid Triple Feature!!! Panpururu [24] [159]
2016 Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions Sera [24] [160]
2016 Your Name Yukari Yukino [161]
2016 Orange: Future Naho Takamiya [162]
2017 The Night Is Short, Walk on Girl The Girl With Black Hair [163] [164]
2017 Blame! Cibo [165]
2017 The Irregular at Magic High School The Movie: The Girl Who Calls the Stars Mayumi Saegusa [166]
2017 Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? Miura [167]
2017Fūsen Inu Tinny: Nandaka Fushigi na Kyōryū no KuniNitty [24]
2017 Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters Yuko Tani [168]
2018 Waka Okami wa Shōgakusei! young Mineko [169]

Drama CDs

List of voice performances in drama CDs
TitleRoleNotesSource [3]
Arpeggio of Blue Steel Iori Watanuki [170]
Boku, Otariman
ja:ぼく、オタリーマン
Junior (woman) [24]
D-Frag! Roka Shibasaki [171]
Dog Days Noir Vinocacao [25]
Infinite Stratos Charlotte Dunois [25]
Kiss Him, Not Me Kae Serinuma [172]
Maid Sama! Sakura Hanazono [25]
No-Rin Minori Nakazawa [24]
Oreimo Kuroneko [25] [44]
Ro-Kyu-Bu! Tomoka Minato [25]

Video games

List of voice performances in video games
YearTitleRoleNotesSource [3]
2007 Getsumento Heiki Mina: Two of Project M Nakoru Hazemi / Mīna MinazukiPS1/PS2 [24]
2008 Aria The Origination: Aoi Hoshi no Il Cielo Agnes DumasPS1/PS2 [24]
2008–15 To Love-Ru gamesYuki MikanDS [24] [173]
2008 Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu: Cosplay Hajimemashita HachiSaki sadnessPS1/PS2 [24]
2008–09Akai Ito DS
赤い糸
SaraDS, Also Akai Ito Destiny DS [24]
2009 The Idolmaster Dearly Stars Eri MizutaniDS [24] [25]
2009–11 Steins;Gate series Mayuri Shiina [24]
2009 Sekirei: Mirai Kara no Okurimono Kusano PS1/PS2 [24]
2009 Tokimeki Memorial 4 Rhythmy KyonoPSP [24]
2009 Tales of Graces SophieWii [24] [174]
2009Lina no Atelier: Strahl no RenkinjutsushiEzerin-FriedenDS [24]
2010 Strike Witches: Anata to Dekiru Koto - A Little Peaceful Days Suwa TenhimePS1/PS2 [24]
2010 Durarara!! 3-way Standoff Anri SonoharaPSP [24]
2010 Tales of Graces f SophiePS3 [24]
2011–13 Oreimo gamesKuronekoPSP [24] [44]
2011Atelier Violet: The Alchemist of Gramnad 2SpherePSP [24]
2011 Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3 SophiePSP [24]
2011 Rune Factory Oceans Iris [24]
2011 Gloria Union RuruPSP [24]
2011 Rewrite KagariPC, also 2014 port [24] [175]
2011–12Tsugi no Giseisha o Oshirase Shimasu seriesKasumi MikamiPSP [24]
2011 Final Fantasy Type-0 DeucePSP [24]
2011–14 Ro-Kyu-Bu! gamesTomoka MinatoPSP [24]
2011Shin Kamaitachi no Yoru: 11 Hitome no Suspect
ja:真かまいたちの夜 11人目の訪問者
Yukino ShirakawaOther [24]
2012Heroes PhantasiaSuou PavlichenkoPSP [24]
2012 Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai Portable Kobato Hasegawa PSP [24]
2012 Nendoroid Generation Mayuri Shiina, Black Rock ShooterPSP [24]
2012 Persona 4 Golden Marie PS Vita [25]
2012Assault Gunner'sKasumi HokiyoshiOther [24]
2012 Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Chiaki Nanami PSP [24]
2012 Bakemonogatari Portable Nadeko Sengoku PSP [24]
2012 Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory Plutia / Iris Heart PS3, also Re;birth3 in 2014 [24]
2012Tokyo BabelRazielPC [24]
2012 Time and Eternity Japanese crested ibisPS3 [24]
2013 Date A Live Rinne Utopia Rinne SonogamiPS3 [24] [25] [176]
2013Negai no Kakera to Shirogane no Agreement
願いの欠片と白銀の契約者
Jessica Francois MagrittePC [24]
2013Nanami to Issho ni Manabo! English Joutatsu no Kotsu
ナナミと一緒に学ぼ!English上達のコツ
NanamiDS [24]
2013 Saki: Achiga Hen episode of side-A Portable Kuro MatsumiPSP [24]
2013 Magi: Hajimari no Meikyū Kōgyoku RenPlayable character in update [177]
2013 Danganronpa 1・2 Reload Chiaki NanamiOther [24]
2013–14Kaihou Shoujo SinShoko OzoraPS3 [24]
2014 Super Heroine Chronicle Charlotte Dunoischaracter from Infinite Stratos [24] [178]
2014 Infinite Stratos 2: Ignition Hearts Charlotte Dunois [24]
2014 Granblue Fantasy Zeta, SophieiOS/Android [179] [180]
2014School Girl StrikersSunashima YumizuOther [24]
2014 Liberation Maiden SIN Shoko OzoraAlso sang ending theme [181] [182]
2014 Persona 4 Arena Ultimax MariePS3 [24]
2014 Tales of the World: Reve Unitia SophieDS [24] [183]
2014 The Irregular at Magic High School Mayumi SaegusaOther [24]
2014 Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Tomoka Minato, Kuroneko [24] [184]
2014 Nisekoi Marriage? Kosaki Onodera Other [24]
2015 Durarara!! Relay Anri SonoharaPS Vita [24] [185]
2015Princess ConnectMidori FutabaOther [24]
2015 Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below Nera Briscoletti [186]
2015 Rodea the Sky Soldier Ion [187]
2015 Angel Beats! -1st Beat- Angel PC [24]
2015 Dai Gyakuten Saiban: Naruhodō Ryūnosuke no Bōken SusatoDS [24] [188]
2015 Date A Live: Twin Edition Rio Reincarnation Rinne SonogamiPS Vita [24] [25]
2015 Prince of Stride Nana SakuraiOther [24]
2015 Persona 4: Dancing All Night MarieDLC [189]
2015Infinite Stratos 2: Love and PurgeCharlotte Dunois [24]
2015 Saki: The Nationals Kuro MatsumiPS Vita [24] [25]
2015MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptunia VS ZombiesPlutia / Iris HeartOther [24]
2015Hyperdimension War Neptunia VS Sega Hard Girls: Dream Fusion SpecialPlutiaOther [24]
2015 Bloodborne: The Old Hunters Saint Adeline / girlOther [24]
2015 Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel Akane TsunemoriPS3 [24]
2015 Steins;Gate 0 Mayuri Shiina [24]
2015 Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Ignition Tomoka Minato, Kuroneko [24]
2015Miracle Girls FestivalMinori NakazawaOther [24]
2016 Koyomimonogatari Nadeko SengokuOther [24]
2016 Psycho-Pass selection defunct happiness Akane Tsunemori Other [24]
2016 Girls Beyond the Wasteland Yūka Kobayakawa [113] [190]
2016 Skullgirls: 2nd encore Miss Fortune, Robo FortuneOther [24]
2016Phantom of the KillLonginusOther [24] [191]
2016Otomate: Period CubeMyceliaOther [24]
2017 Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Invi Kingdom Hearts χ Backcover movie [192]
2017 Infinite Stratos: Archetype Breaker Charlotte DunoisMobile Game [193]
2018 Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Rinoa Heartilly Arcade/PC/PS4 [194]
Kai-Ri-Sei Million ArthurPercivalMobile Game [25]
Sangokushi MonogatariCao Cao (Sousou Moutoku)Mobile Game [25]
Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story: Magia RecordNadeko Sengoku (Madogatari Special Event)Mobile Game [25]
Dragalia Lost MaribelleMobile Game-

Dubbing

List of voice performances in other works
YearTitleRoleNotesSource [3]
2009"Sōhaku Shisuferia" music video by Shoujo ByouVoice of Shisuferia [195]
2014 Project Itoh's Harmony film trailerNarrator [196]
2017 Game Shakers BabeVoiceover for Cree Cicchino [197]
2017 Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Emma BloomVoiceover for Ella Purnell [198]
2017 A Dog's Purpose young HannahVoiceover for Britt Robertson [199]

Live action

List of acting performances in film and television
YearTitleRoleNotesSource [3]
2013Film Documentaire de claireReached 7 on Blu-ray Chart [200]
2015Go! Go! Kaden Danshi Herselflive-action and animation combination film [201]
2015Kimi ga Inakucha Dame Nanda(君がいなくちゃだめなんだ, It's Definitely No Good You're Not Here)first live-action feature film debut [21] [22]
2018Nagoya yuki Saishū Ressha 2018 [202]

Discography

Albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions
TitleAlbum detailsPeak position
JPN
[203]
Claire
  • Released: February 20, 2013
  • Label: Aniplex
  • Catalog No.: SVWC-7929 [14]
6
25
  • Released: February 26, 2014
  • Label: Aniplex
  • Catalog No.: SVWC-7988/90, SVWC-7991/92 [15]
8
Blue Avenue
  • Released: April 22, 2015
  • Label: Aniplex
  • Catalog No.: SVWC-70064/5, SVWC-70066 [204]
12
Opportunity
  • Released: February 22, 2017
  • Label: Aniplex
  • Catalog No.: SVWC-70251/2, SVWC-70253 [205]
15

Singles

TitleYearCatalog No.Peak positionAlbum
Limited editionRegular edition JPN
Oricon

[206]
JPN
Billboard

[207]
"Starry Sky Destination"
(星空☆ディスティネーション|,Hoshi‐zora☆Disutinēshon)
2012SVWC-7840SVWC-7842723 [208] Claire
"The Sound of First Love"
(初恋ノオト|,Hatsukoi no Oto)
SVWC-7863SVWC-7865431 [209]
"happy endings"SVWC-7899/900SVWC-7901733 [210]
"Silent Snow"2013SVWC-7926/27SVWC-7928843 [211]
"Love Planet"
(恋する惑星|,Koisuru Wakusei)
SVWC-7974/75SVWC-79761134 [212] 25
"Smile Mode"
(ほほ笑みモード|,Hohoemi Mōdo)
2014SVWC-70021/22SVWC-700231228 [213] Blue Avenue
"Cocytus"
(こきゅうとす|,Kokyūtosu)
SVWC-70041/2SVWC-700431327 [214]
"I'm Useless Without You"
(君がいなくちゃだめなんだ|,Kimi ga Inakucha Dame Nanda)
2015SVWC-70053/54SVWC-700551345 [215]
"Transparent Girl"
(透明な女の子|,Tōmei na Onna no Ko)
2016SVWC-70138/9SVWC-701402087 [216] Opportunity
"New Song"
(あたらしいうた|,Atarashī Uta)
SVWC-70170/1SVWC-701721456 [217]
"Rough"
(ざらざら|,Zarazara)
SVWC-70225/6SVWC-702272066 [218]
"A Person Loved in the Spring Is Who I Long to Be"
(春に愛されるひとに わたしはなりたい|,Haru ni Aisareru Hito ni Watashi wa Naritai)
2018VVCL-1164/5VVCL-116615
"I'm Alright"
(大丈夫|,Daijōbu)
VVCL-1267/8VVCL-12692797 [208]
VVCL-1270/1

Awards

YearAwardCategoryResultRefs
2015 9th Seiyu Awards Best Supporting ActressWon [19]
2015 Newtype Anime Awards Best Voice ActressWon [20]
2017Newtype Anime AwardsBest Voice Actress2nd place [219]
2018Newtype Anime AwardsBest Voice ActressWon [220]

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