Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society

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The Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society (東京俳優生活協同組合, Tōkyō Haiyū Seikatsu Kyōdō Kumiai), also known as Haikyō (俳協), is a Sendagaya, Shibuya-based talent management agency and cooperative representing Japanese voice actors.[ citation needed ]

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Current members

The members of Haikyō, as of this date,[ when? ] are:

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Former members

Former members of Haikyō, as of this date,[ when? ] are:

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