Tomoko Ishimura

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Tomoko Ishimura (石村 知子, Ishimura Tomoko, born February 24, 1972 in Zama, Kanagawa, Japan) is a Japanese voice actress who works for 81 Produce. She was formerly credited as Mifuyu Hiiragi (柊 美冬, Hiiragi Mifuyu) and Kyoko Tsuruno (鶴野 恭子, Tsuruno Kyōko).

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