Mika Kanai

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Mika Kanai
かない みか
Born
Mika Kanai (金井 美香)

(1964-03-18) March 18, 1964 (age 57)
Tokyo, Japan
Other namesMikapii (みかぴぃ)
OccupationVoice actress, singer
Years active1989-present
Agent Ken Production
Known for Pokémon as Jigglypuff
Higurashi When They Cry as Satoko Hōjō
Height154 cm (5 ft 1 in)
Spouse(s)
(m. 19942006)
[1]
RelativesAkihisa Kanai (father)
Kazue Tagami (mother)
Website Official profile

Mika Kanai (かない みか, Kanai Mika, born March 18, 1964) is a Japanese voice actress and singer. [2] She is attached to Ken Production. [2] She is best known for her roles in Idol Tenshi Yokoso Yoko (as Yoko Tanaka), Tanoshii Moomin Ikka (as the Snork Maiden), Goldfish Warning! (as Wapiko), Soreike! Anpanman (as Melonpanna), Yadamon (as Yadamon), After War Gundam X (as Tiffa Adill), Hare Tokidoki Buta (as Harebuta), Galaxy Angel (as Vanilla H and Normad), Higurashi When They Cry (as Satoko Hōjō), Tales of Phantasia (as Arche Klein), Uchi no 3 Shimai (as Sū), Sailor Moon S (as Mimet), Mysterious Theft Saint Tail (as Maju Sendo). She is currently the voice of Jigglypuff in the Pokémon franchise. She freelanced for the voice of Bonnie, also from the Pokémon series when her regular voice actress Mariya Ise was on maternity leave.

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She married Kōichi Yamadera from 1994 to 2006, though their divorce was not disclosed until 2007. They had worked together on the long-running Anpanman series. [1] Her parents worked at the Seinenza Theater Company.

Filmography

Anime

List of voice performances in anime
YearTitleRoleNotesSource [3]
1979 Doraemon Sumire Hoshino2nd generation [4]
1988present Anpanman Melonpanna メロメロパンチ [1] [4]
1989 Patlabor The Mobile Police Kana Matsumoto [4] [5]
1989 City Hunter 3 Girl [4]
1990 Chibi Maruko-chan Togawa-sensei's wife [4]
1990 Idol Angel Yokoso Yoko Yoko Tanaka [4] [5]
1990 NG Knight Ramune & 40 YakkyunEp. 30 [4] [5]
1990 Moomin Floren [4]
1990 Mōretsu Atarō Matsushiro2nd TV series [4]
199092, 1997 Licca-chan LiccaOVA series [4]
1991 Goldfish Warning! Wapiko はよ~ん [4] [5]
1991 The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird Mayumi [4]
199192Shonen Ashibe seriesMao (Peppeppe) [4] [5]
1991 Locke the Superman: New World Command ErikaOVA series [5]
1992 Tsuyoshi Shikkari Shinasai Rie [4]
1992 Floral Magician Mary Bell Little [4]
199294 Sailor Moon Mikan Shiratori, Mimete [4] [5]
1992The Cobi TroupeNoshi [4]
1992 Cooking Papa Sanae Yoshinaga [4] [5]
1992 Crayon Shin-chan Kazama's friends, Belle [4]
1992 K.O. Beast Mei MahOVA [4] [5]
1992 Yadamon Yadamon [4] [5]
1992 Thumbelina: A Magical Story Maya [4]
1992 YuYu Hakusho Girl, Sasuga [4] [5]
1993 The Irresponsible Captain Tylor Yumi Hanner, Emi Hanner [4] [5]
1993 Nintama Rantaro Okuni [4]
1993 Heisei Inu Monogatari Bau Witch [4]
1994 Yamato Takeru Oto Tachibana [4] [5]
1994 Combustible Campus Guardress Aoba HimeOVA [5]
1994 Mahōjin Guru Guru Cherry [4] [5]
1995 Ninku Natsuko [4]
1995 Jura Tripper Asuka [4]
1995 Wedding Peach Pajama [4]
1995 Mama Loves the Poyopoyo-Saurus Small boy [4]
1995 Saint Tail Maju Sendo [4]
1995 Dirty Pair Flash MonicaOVA Part 3, episode 2 [4] [5]
1996 Sonic the Hedgehog (OVA) Sara (セーラ Sēra)
1996 After War Gundam X Tifa Adelleあなたに力を・・・ [4] [5]
1996 Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai II Suchipai (Kyoko Misaki)OVA [4] [5]
1996 Shonen Santa no Daiboken May [4] [5]
1996 Baby & Me Ichika Fujii [4]
199697 Remi, Nobody's Girl Lise [4] [5]
1997present Pokémon Bayleef, Chikorita, Emolga, Espeon, Jigglypuff, Maril, others [4] [5]
1997 Kindaichi Case Files Mizuho Ninomiya [4]
1997 Fair, then Partly Piggy Harebuta, others [4]
1997 Ninpen Manmaru Ranko [4]
1997 Vampire Princess Miyu Shiina TV series [4]
1997 Detatoko Princess NandraOVA
1997 Brave Command Dagwon: The Boy with Crystal Eyes Nagisa HiroseOVA [4]
1998 Trigun NeilEp. 10 [4] [5]
1998 Fancy Lala Asuka FutatsugiEp. 22 [4] [5]
1998 Ojarumaru Hachiko
1999 Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko Rote [4] [5]
19992000 Monster Rancher seriesMiminya, Meow [4]
19992001 Bubu Chacha Bubu Pyoko [4]
1999 Kakyūsei Urara KasugaOVA Adult [4] [5]
2000 Mon Colle Knights Beginner-chan [4]
2000 Mighty Cat Masked Niyandar Miko (Nyanda Karen)
ミーコ(ニャンダーかれん)
2代目 [4]
2000 Daa! Daa! Daa! Ru宇宙人の赤ちゃん [4] [5]
2000 UFO Baby Roux-kun
2000 Platinumhugen Ordian Miru [4]
200106 Galaxy Angel seriesNormad, Vanilla H [1]
2001 Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi Karin Hirano
平野かりん
[4]
2001 Parappa the Rapper Sunny Funny [4] [5]
2001 Vandread: Second Stage Rebecca [4]
2001 Kirby: Right Back at Ya! Lovely
2002Ojamajo Doremi DOKKA~N!Pao
2002 One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e Mayu ShiinaOVA ep. 4 [4]
2002 Hanada Shonen-shi Rinko
2002 Shin Megami Tensei Devil Children Light & Dark Skuld [4]
2003 Lime-iro Senkitan Saten [4]
2003 Wolf's Rain Alchemist [4] [5]
2003 Nanaka 6/17 Pikota [4] [5]
2003 Someday's Dreamers Girl [4]
2003 Ashita no Nadja Luca [4]
2003 Popotan Magical Girl Lilo-chan
2003 Pluster World Katchin-hime [4]
2003 Di Gi Charat Nyo! Kinako Ankoro [4] [5]
2003 Astro Boy Denko [4]
2003 Zatch Bell Rops [4]
2003 Croket! Mozzarella [4]
2003 Avenger Nei [4] [5]
2003 Planetes Sher [4] [5]
2003 Full-Blast Science Adventure - So That's How It Is Priestess [4]
2003 Space Pirate Captain Herlock: The Endless Odyssey Brow
まゆ
[4]
2003 Cromartie High School Mika-chan, Mekasawa β [4] [5]
2004 Ghost in the Shell S.A.C. 2nd GIG Togusa's daughter [1]
2004 One Piece Chimney
200405 Kaiketsu Zorori seriesHanli, Manyi [4]
2004 Nanami-chan Emiko Zashiki [4]
2004 Kurau: Phantom Memory Baby [4] [5]
2004 Sweet Valerian Panda-bu, Narrator [4] [5]
200406 School Rumble series Pyotr [4]
200406 Tales of Phantasia: The Animation Arche Klein OVA series [4] [5]
2005 Kyo Kara Maoh! Child Yuri2nd series [4]
2005 Onegai My Melody Rika Takano [4]
2005 Majokko Tsukune-chan Ton-chan
2005 The Snow Queen Lily [4]
2005 Kotencotenco Ai-chan [4]
2006 Kagihime Monogatari Eikyū Alice Rondo Alice Twins [4]
200621 Higurashi When They Cry Satoko Hojo [4] [5]
2006 Nana Misato Uehara [4]
2006 Princess Princess Sayaka Kono (child) [4]
2006 Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z Ms. Infirmary
2006 Ray: The Animation Honoka [4] [5]
2006 Black Jack 21 Marie [4] [5]
2006 Hime-sama Goyōjin Yimo [4]
200608 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion series Kaguya Sumeragi [4]
2006 History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi Renka Ma [4]
2007 Les Misérables: Shōjo Cosette Semplice, Toussaint [4]
2007 Naruto Shippuden Yukimaru [4]
2007 Nagasarete Airantou Kagami
2008 Uchi no Sanshimai Second daughter Sue [4]
2009 Kanamemo Girl [4]
2010 Jewelpet Angela
2011 Kimi ni Todoke 2nd season Schoolgirl [4]
2011 Is This a Zombie? Delusion Yu [4]
2011 Yondemasuyo, Azazel-san Yunitas [4]
2011 Hunter × Hunter Leroute2nd series [4]
2011 Chihayafuru Sakura Kanai [4]
2012 Rock Lee and His Ninja Pals Mii [4]
2013 Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation Histoire [4] [5]
2014History's Strongest Disciple KenichiRenka MaOVA specials [4]
2014 Sabagebu! Rozeria Haguro, Clerk [4]
2014 Gonna be the Twin-Tail!! Wormgildy [4] [5]
2015 The Rolling Girls Aki Habara [4]
2015 Pokémon XY Kalos Quest Bonnie/EurekaXY087-XY100, stand-in for Mariya Ise
2017 Kirakira PreCure a la Mode Pekorin [6]
2018 Last Period Satoko Hojo
2018 HUGtto! PreCure Pekorin [6]
2020 Higurashi When They Cry Gou Satoko Hojo

Film

List of voice performances in feature films
YearTitleRoleNotesSource [3]
1993present Anpanman films Melonpanna [4]
1998 Pikachu's Summer Vacation Maril, Jigglypuffshort film before feature [4]
1999 The Pikachu Expedition Marilshort film before feature [4]
1999 Pocket Monsters the Movie - Mirage Pokémon: Lugia's Explosive Birth Maril [4]
2000 Pichu and Pikachu Chicorita short film before feature [4]
2000 Pocket Monsters the Movie - Emperor of the Crystal Tower Chicorita [4]
2001Pikachu's Exciting Hide-and-seek Bayleef short film before feature [4]
2001 Pocket Monsters the Movie - Celebi: Encounter Beyond Time Bayleef [4]
2002 A Tree of Palme Pooh
プー
[4]
2002 Pocket Monsters the Movie - Guardian Gods of the City of Water Eifie [4]
2003 Doraemon: Nobita and the Windmasters Fuko [7]
2004 Doraemon: Nobita in the Wan-Nyan Spacetime Odyssey Shami
2006 Dōbutsu no Mori Fuko [4]
2010 Mardock Scramble: The First Compression Rare the Hair [4]
2011 Pocket Monsters Best Wishes! the Movie - Victini and the Black Hero: Zekrom and Pocket Monsters Best Wishes! the Movie - Victini and the White Hero: Reshiram Emolga [4]
2012Meloetta's Dazzling RecitalEmolga, Chicoritashort film before feature [4]
2012 Pocket Monsters Best Wishes! the Movie - Kyurem VS the Sacred Swordsman: Keldeo Emolga [4]
2012 Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess Momon [4]
2013 Pocket Monsters Best Wishes! the Movie - ExtremeSpeed Genesect: Mewtwo Awakens Emolga [4]
2016 Pokémon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel Nymphia [4]
2017 Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! Jigglypuff
2017 Pretty Cure Dream Stars! Pekorin [4]
2018 Pretty Cure Super Stars! Pekorin [4]
2019 Pretty Cure Miracle Universe Pekorin [4]


Video games

List of voice performances in video games
YearTitleRoleNotesSource [3]
1994 Monster Maker RorienPC Engine [4] [5]
19952011 Tales of Phantasia Arche Klein Also related Tales Of games [4] [5]
1997 Eve Burst Error Akane ShibataSS [4] [5]
1997Farland Story
ja:ファーランドシリーズ
Pamela [4] [5]
1997 Dokyusei 2 Kumiko Nagashima [4] [5]
1997 Eternal Fantasy Teddy [4] [5]
1997 Bloody Roar AlicePS1/PS2 [4]
1997 Ninpen Manmaru RankoSS [4]
1998 Kindaichi Case Files: Star Viewing Island: Sad Demon of Revenge Chihiro KannoPS1/PS2 [4]
1998 Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai Kyoko Misaki (Suchipai)Adult game [4] [5]
1998 Thousand Arms Gobuo ratchet
五武王ラチェット
PS1/PS2 [4]
1998 Ganbare Goemon: Kuru Nara Koi! Ayashige Ikka no Kuroi Kage SanPS1/PS2 [4]
1999 Bloody Roar 2: Bringer of the New Age AlicePS1/PS2 [4]
1999 Super Smash Bros. Purin N64
1999 Eternal Eden Pisutiru root
ピスティル・ルート
PS1/PS2 [4]
2001 Bloody Roar 3 AlicePS1/PS2 [4]
2001 Sakura Wars gamesCi CapriceStarting from Sakura Taisen 3 [4] [5]
2001 Super Smash Bros. Melee Purin, Chicorita, Maril GameCube [4] [5]
2001 Growlanser III: The Dual Darkness Annette BurnsPS1/PS2 [4]
2002 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Myrtle WailingPS1/PS2 [4]
200204 Lime-iro Senkitan Saten [4]
2003 Mario Party 5 Misstar, MamarGameCube
200304 Doraemon gamesFuko, Shami [4]
2004 Zatch Bell games Rops PS1/PS2 [4]
200405 Croket! gamesMozzarellaOther [4]
2006 Nana: Everything Is Controlled By The Great Demon King Misato Uehara PSP [4]
200715 Higurashi: When They Cry games Satoko Hojo PS1/PS2 [4] [8]
200708 Eternal Sonata SalsaAlso Reprise [4]
2007 Another Century's Episode 3: The Final Tiffa AdillPS1/PS2 [4]
2008 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion: Lost Colors Kaguya Sumeragi PS1/PS2 [4]
2008 Super Smash Bros. Brawl Purin Wii
201015 Hyperdimension Neptunia series Histoire PS3 [4]
2013 Super Robot Wars seriesMio Sasuga [4] [5]
2014 Super Heroine Chronicle Himeko Kagura, Satoko Hojo [4] [9]
2014 Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS & Wii U Purin Wii U, 3DS
2018 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Purin Switch


Drama CD

List of voice performances in audio recordings
TitleRoleNotesSource [3]
Code Geass Kaguya Sumeragi [5]
Higurashi: When They Cry Satoko Hojo [4]
Idol Project Extra Kaidou [5]
Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko Rote [5]
Tales of Phantasia Arche Klein [5]

Dubbing roles

List of voice performances in overseas shows and films
TitleRoleNotesSource [3]
Jumanji Peter ShepherdNew DVD and Blu-ray Editions [10]
Tiny Toon Adventures Shirley the Loon [4]
Hide and Seek Emily Callaway [11]
Horton Hears a Who! Katie [4]
Astro Boy
aka Atom
Widget2009 film [4] [12] [13]
Moomins on the Riviera Floren [4] [14]
The Fundamentals of Caring Peaches [15]
My Little Pony Tomodachi wa Mahou Diamond Tiara [4]

Albums

Awards

YearAwardCategoryResult
2019 13th Seiyu Awards Kazue Takahashi Memorial AwardWon

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