Mayuko Aoki

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Mayuko Aoki
Native name
青木 麻由子
Born (1975-12-17) December 17, 1975 (age 43)
Kōchi, Japan
NationalityJapanese
OccupationVoice actress

Mayuko Aoki(青木 麻由子,Aoki Mayuko, born December 17, 1975 in Kōchi, Japan) is a Japanese voice actress who has worked on several anime and video game productions. Mayuko Aoki also sang the FINAL FANTASY X-2 VOCAL COLLECTION / YUNA * 4 tracks* .

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Track listing

  1. Kimi e
  2. Morning Glow.
  3. Kimi e (instrumental)
  4. Morning Glow (instrumental)

Aoki has also sung tracks for the following Final Fantasy CDs.

The song "Kimi e" was also included on the Final Fantasy X-2 International + Last Mission OST (AVCD-17388)

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