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hmmmm.... i forgot to add this infos... the Prince of Tennis Live Action...

The Cast of the Live Action and their role... Big Surprise here!!!

Cast
Role – Actor

Ryoma Echizen – Kanata Hongo

Kunimitsu Tezuka – Yuu Shirota

Shuichiro Oishi – Hiroki Suzuki

Shusuke Fuji – Hiroki Aiba

Eiji Kikumaru – Osamu Adachi

Sadaharu Inui – Hirofumi Araki

Takashi Kawamura – Yoshikazu Kotani

Takeshi Momoshiro – Masaki Kaji

Kaoru Kaidoh – Kousuke Kujirai

Keigo Atobe – Ryuji Sainei
••Ryuji Sainei (載寧 龍二), born on 8 October 1981 in Higashihiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan) is a Japanese actor. Blood Type:O, Height: 181cm.

TV Series
* Power Rangers: S.P.D. as "Samurai" in the episode Samurai
* Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger as Banban Akaza (Ban)/Dekared (2004-2005)
* Gokusen (2002)
* Fugou Keiji
* Haruka 17
* Ns' Aoi

Movies
* Chou Ninja Tai Inazuma! as Kuratanomiya (2006)
* Chou Ninja Tai Inazuma!! SPARK as Kuratanomiya (2007)
* The Prince of Tennis as Keigo Atobe

Specials
* Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger the Movie: Full Blast Action
* Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger vs. Abaranger
* Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger: DekaRed vs. DekaBreak
* Mahou Sentai Magiranger vs. Dekaranger

Egate Mcleod Higaki – RIKIYA

Yuushi Oshitari – Daiki Nakae

Ryoh Shishido – Junpei Suzuki

Choutarou Ohtori – Koji Date

Gakuto Mukahi – Tokio Emoto

Jiroh Akutagawa – Genki Ishii

Munehiro Kabaji – Kazutoshi Yamakawa

Nanjiroh Echizen – Goro Kishitani

Sumire Ryuzaki – Hitomi Shimatani
••Shimatani had a part in the Prince of Tennis Live-Action Film as the character of Sumire Ryuzaki. She plays a young and optimistic girl who is Nanjiro Echizen's classmate. She was also in the 11-episode drama Boku dake no Madonna (She is my only Madonna / ...and I love her). Though she wasn't actually in the movie, she did a cover of Vanessa Hudgens' song "When There Was Me And You", titled "Anata To Ita Toki", from the hit Disney film High School Musical.

In 2007, she was chosen to play the lead role of Anne Shirley during the touring performance of Anne of Green Gables in Japan.

Shinji Ibu – Yasuka Saitoh
••Yasuka Saitoh (齋藤 ヤスカ, 29 June 1987) is a Japanese actor, best known for the role of Masumi Inou in the 2006-2007 tokusatsu series GoGo Sentai Boukenger.

Television
* Hana Yori Dango (TBS, 2005, episode 1)
* GoGo Sentai Boukenger as Masumi Inou/Bouken Black (TV Asahi, 2006/2007)
* Fuuma no Kojirou as Byakko (TV Tokyo, 2007)

Cinema
* The Prince of Tennis as Shinji Ibu (Animate, 2006)
* Mirrorman: REFLEX as Takashi (Tsuburaya, 2006)
* GoGo Sentai Boukenger The Movie: The Greatest Precious as Masumi Inou/Bouken Black (Toei, 2006)
* GoGo Sentai Boukenger vs. Super Sentai as Masumi Inou/Bouken Black (Toei, 2007)
* Juuken Sentai Gekiranger vs. Boukenger as Masumi Inou/Bouken Black (Toei, 2008)
* Kamen Rider Den-O: Ore, Tanjo! as Newt Imajin (voice) (Toei, 2007)
* Ai no Kotodama as Tachibana Miyako (Frontier Works, 2007) (Shonen Ai Movie) ^^
* SS as Akira (Toho, 2008)
* Takumi-kun: Soshite, Harukaze ni Sasayaite (2008)

Theatre
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: The Progressive Match Higa Chuu feat. Rikkai - Rin Hirakoba (2007)

Akira Kamio – Yuuki Fujiwara

Genichirou Sanada – Eiji Moriyama

Renji Yanagi – Mamoru Miyano

Kintarou Tooyama – Masato Wada

Shioin Higaki – Sayuri Iwata
••Sayuri Iwata (岩田さゆり), born 21 July 1990, is a new J-Pop artist with Giza Studio.

Discography

Single

* [2005.02.23] Sora tobu ano Shiroi Yuki no you ni (空飛ぶあの白い雲のように, Sora tobu ano Shiroi Yuki no you ni?)
* [2005.03.30] Sorairo no Neko (空色の猫, Sorairo no Neko?)
* [2005.07.27] Fukigen ni Naru Watashi (不機嫌になる私, Fukigen ni Naru Watashi?)
* [2005.11.09] Thank You For Everything

Album
* [2005.05.25] Kaze to Sora to (風と空と, Kaze to Sora to?)
* [2005.12.07] Thank You For...
* [2008.06.04] Best +

DVD

* [2006.05.03] First Scene ~Sayuri Iwata 1st Visual Collection~

Book
Photobook
* [2005.11.10] best friend

TV Shows
* Jigoku Shoujo as Ai Enma

Movies
* Prince of Tennis as Shioin Higaki


Aoi Kentarou – Daiki Sano

Hikaru Amane – JURI

Masaya Sakurai – Shun Takagi

Sasabe – Mitsuyoshi Shinoda

Sasabe's friend #1 – Kenta Kamakari

Sasabe's friend #2 – Takashi Nagayama

Referee – Yusuke Ishibashi

Bystander – Ruito Aoyagi

Bystander – Takumi Saito

Bystander – Ryou Washimi

Bystander – YOH

Kite Eishiro – Yuichi Tsuchiya

• The whole Seigaku cast is the same as the second cast from the Prince of Tennis Musicals, except Ryoma, who was recast due to Kotaro Yanagi's accident, as well as to cast an actor closer to the character's age. However, the only members of another team to reprise his role was Koji Date as Choutaro Ohtori and Shun Takagi as Masaya Sakurai. Every other role in the movie was entirely recast. For most of these actors, this film was their first major appearance in the film industry.

• Many former members of the musical cast make cameo appearances in the movie, though not in the roles they played in the musicals

•• Eiji Moriyama, who played Momoshiro in the first TeniMyu cast, makes an appearance as Genichirou Sanada from Rikkai.

•• Yuichi Tsuchiya, who played Shuichiro Oishi in the first TeniMyu cast, makes an appearance as Kite Eishiro from Higa Middle School.

•• Mamoru Miyano, who played Tetsu Ishida from the Fudomine Middle School in the TeniMyu cast, makes an appearance as Renji Yanagi from Rikkai Daigaku Fuzoku.

•• Takumi Saito who played as the vice captain Yuushi Oshitari from the Hyotei Academy Secondary Department in the TeniMyu cast makes a brief appearance as a bystander.

•• Masato Wada, who played the 'lucky' Kiyosumi Sengoku from the Yamabuki Middle School in the TeniMyu cast, makes an appearance as Kintarou Tooyama from the Shitenhōji one of the strongest teams in the Kansai region.

•• JURI who played Jin Akutsu from the Yamabuki Middle School in the TeniMyu cast, makes an appearance as Hikaru "David" Amane from the Rokkaku Middle School.

•• Takashi Nagayama, who played the acrobatic Eiji Kikumaru from Seigaku in the first TeniMyu cast, makes a brief appearance as Sasabe's friends.

•• Kenta Kamakari, who played Ryo Shishido from the Hyotei Academy Secondary Department in the TeniMyu cast makes a brief appearance as Sasabe's friend.

•• Ruito Aoyagi, who played the another Gakuto Mukahi in the TeniMyu cast, makes a brief appearance as a bystander.

•• YOH, who played Kippei Tachibana from the 2nd generation of TeniMyu cast of Fudomine Middle School, makes an appearance as a bystander.

•• Ryo Washimi, who played Munehiro Kabaji in the TeniMyu cast of Hyotei Academy Secondary Department makes an appearance as a bystander.

The Live Action is a great movie with some of the TeniMyu cast to be able to participate even as a bystander, they did a great job. ^^

I like the live and the Musical.. after all they all came from the Manga of the Prince of Tennis - making it into live and musical sure is awesome. ^^



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NEWS

FROM AnimeNewsNetwork
Prince of Tennis "Tribute" Manga to Launch in November

The November issue of Shueisha's Jump Square magazine has announced on Saturday that Hōkago no Ōji-sama (The Prince of Afterschool), a new "tribute" manga based on Takeshi Konomi's The Prince of Tennis manga, will launch in the next issue on November 4. The next issue will also contain a poster for The Prince of Tennis, the launch of a new series of feature articles on The Prince of Tennis musical, and a giveaway for musical tickets. No other details besides the title will be announced for the manga until next month, but the previous issue of Jump Square had said that the project will be a "miraculous" collaboration with The Prince of Tennis musical. All the new material will help mark the one-year anniversary of the relatively young magazine.

Konomi ended the original manga for The Prince of Tennis after nine years this past March, but the stage musical continues all across Japan and is branching out into Taiwan and South Korea this month. Konomi has also been soliciting new assistant artists since early August. Viz Media will publish the 28th of the 42 manga volumes in North America next month.

Two other manga creators — artist Yōhei Takemura and story creator Aya Tsutsumi – will launch another manga called I-Revo -Ice Revolution- about a figure skater's first love in the next issue of Jump Square. Likewise, Naoshi Komi is drawing an unnamed one-shot manga after his first serialized manga, Double Arts, ended last month in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine.

FROM BAKA MANGA UPDATES:

The November issue of Shueisha's Jump Square magazine has announced on Saturday that Houkago no Oujisama (The Prince of Afterschool), a new "tribute" manga based on KONOMI Takeshi's Prince of Tennis, will launch in the next issue on November 4. The next issue will also contain a poster for Prince of Tennis, the launch of a new series of feature articles on The Prince of Tennis musical, and a giveaway for musical tickets. No other details besides the title will be announced for the manga until next month, but the previous issue of Jump Square had said that the project will be a "miraculous" collaboration with The Prince of Tennis musical. All the new material will help mark the one-year anniversary of the relatively young magazine.
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thank you for the information!!!!
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i thought ryoma's voice actor was a girl? umm i thinkn junko or something
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i thought ryoma's voice actor was a girl? umm i thinkn junko or something



YES! Ryoma's seiyuu was a girl

info:

Junko Minagawa (皆川 純子, Minagawa Junko, born November 22, 1975 in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki) is a seiyū affiliated with Haikyo. She is well-known for voicing young boys, although she has done "feminine" lady roles, as well as flirtatious women.

Anime

* .hack//Legend of the Twilight (Shugo Kunisaki)
* ARIA The Animation (Akira E. Ferrari)
* Black Cat (manga) (Leon Elliott and Silphy)
* Blassreiter (Malek Yildrim Werner)
* Bokurano (Jun Ushiro)
* Buso Renkin (Madoka Maruyama)
* Chrono Crusade (Joshua Christopher)
* Code Geass (Cornelia Li Britannia)
* Duel Masters (Hakuoh)
* Fantastic Children (Tohma)
* Fushigiboshi no Futagohime (Eclipse/Shade)
* Godannar (Shinobu Saruwatari)
* He Is My Master (Yoshitaka Nakabayashi)
* Honey and Clover (Kaoru Morita (as a child))
* Ichigo Mashimaro (Sasatsuka)
* Jinki: EXTEND (Mel J. Vanette)
* Loveless (manga) (Ritsuka Aoyagi)
* Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch (Mikeru)
* Negima!: Magister Negi Magi (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Negima!? (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Shakugan no Shana (Khamsin Nbh`w)
* Rockman.EXE Axess (Allegro)
* Saru Get You -On Air- (Hiroki)
* Shounen Onmyouji (Genbu)
* The Prince of Tennis (Ryoma Echizen)
* The World of Narue (Kanaka Nanase)
* Trinity Blood (Ion Fortuna)
* Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle (Ryuuou)
* Vampire Knight (Ruka Souen)
* Viper's Creed (Norma)
* Uninhabited Planet Survive! (Shingo)
* Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (Misty)

Video games

* Dead or Alive 4 (Eliot (Dead or Alive))
* Dragon Shadow Spell (Jehuty)
* Eternal Sonata (Count Waltz)
* Fatal Frame III: The Tormented (2005) (Rei Kurosawa, Reika Kuze)
* Nana (manga) (Nana Osaki)
* Sakura Wars V (Sagiitta Weinberg)
* Suikoden V (Roy, Zerase, and option B of Prince voice)

Drama CD

* Fullmetal Alchemist Vol. 1 (Edward Elric)
* Beauty Pop Vol. 1 (Kiri Koshiba)
* Pandora Hearts (Oz Bezarius)

Miscellaneous

* She has voiced team-mates alongside Kenjirou Tsuda on at least two occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Ryoma and Tsuda as Sadaharu
• In the PS2 game Nana, with Minagawa as Nana Osaki and Tsuda as Yasushi Takagi
* She has worked alongside Suwabe Junichi on at least three occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Echizen Ryoma and Suwabe as Atobe Keigo
• In Trinity Blood, with Minagawa as Ion Fortuna and Suwabe as Cain Nightroad
• In Vampire Knight, with Minagawa as Ruka Soen and Suwabe as Akatsuki Kain
* She has voiced at least two characters who's voiced by Romi Paku in alternate versions.
• Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist (Junko voices Edward in the first drama CD, while Romi voices him in the anime.)
• Nana Osaki from Nana (Junko voices Nana in the PS2 game, while Romi voices her in the anime.)

* She tends to play characters who are loggerheads with a character played by Akemi Kanda.
• In Negima, with Minagawa as Yukihiro Ayaka and Akemi as Kagurazaka Asuna.


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What i was saying as cast here is in the live action and musicals ^^....

i'll get the snapshots of the cast, so you'll see some of the TeniMyu 1stgen and 2ndgen cast doing the cameo roles. ^^
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thank you for the information!!!!


you're welcome ^^ so glad many read this... love the Prince of Tennis so much!!! may it be the anime, manga, musical, movie and so is the jersey's!!!!
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trinhtrees97 wrote:

i thought ryoma's voice actor was a girl? umm i thinkn junko or something



YES! Ryoma's seiyuu was a girl

info:

Junko Minagawa (皆川 純子, Minagawa Junko, born November 22, 1975 in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki) is a seiyū affiliated with Haikyo. She is well-known for voicing young boys, although she has done "feminine" lady roles, as well as flirtatious women.

Anime

* .hack//Legend of the Twilight (Shugo Kunisaki)
* ARIA The Animation (Akira E. Ferrari)
* Black Cat (manga) (Leon Elliott and Silphy)
* Blassreiter (Malek Yildrim Werner)
* Bokurano (Jun Ushiro)
* Buso Renkin (Madoka Maruyama)
* Chrono Crusade (Joshua Christopher)
* Code Geass (Cornelia Li Britannia)
* Duel Masters (Hakuoh)
* Fantastic Children (Tohma)
* Fushigiboshi no Futagohime (Eclipse/Shade)
* Godannar (Shinobu Saruwatari)
* He Is My Master (Yoshitaka Nakabayashi)
* Honey and Clover (Kaoru Morita (as a child))
* Ichigo Mashimaro (Sasatsuka)
* Jinki: EXTEND (Mel J. Vanette)
* Loveless (manga) (Ritsuka Aoyagi)
* Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch (Mikeru)
* Negima!: Magister Negi Magi (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Negima!? (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Shakugan no Shana (Khamsin Nbh`w)
* Rockman.EXE Axess (Allegro)
* Saru Get You -On Air- (Hiroki)
* Shounen Onmyouji (Genbu)
* The Prince of Tennis (Ryoma Echizen)
* The World of Narue (Kanaka Nanase)
* Trinity Blood (Ion Fortuna)
* Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle (Ryuuou)
* Vampire Knight (Ruka Souen)
* Viper's Creed (Norma)
* Uninhabited Planet Survive! (Shingo)
* Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (Misty)

Video games

* Dead or Alive 4 (Eliot (Dead or Alive))
* Dragon Shadow Spell (Jehuty)
* Eternal Sonata (Count Waltz)
* Fatal Frame III: The Tormented (2005) (Rei Kurosawa, Reika Kuze)
* Nana (manga) (Nana Osaki)
* Sakura Wars V (Sagiitta Weinberg)
* Suikoden V (Roy, Zerase, and option B of Prince voice)

Drama CD

* Fullmetal Alchemist Vol. 1 (Edward Elric)
* Beauty Pop Vol. 1 (Kiri Koshiba)
* Pandora Hearts (Oz Bezarius)

Miscellaneous

* She has voiced team-mates alongside Kenjirou Tsuda on at least two occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Ryoma and Tsuda as Sadaharu
• In the PS2 game Nana, with Minagawa as Nana Osaki and Tsuda as Yasushi Takagi
* She has worked alongside Suwabe Junichi on at least three occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Echizen Ryoma and Suwabe as Atobe Keigo
• In Trinity Blood, with Minagawa as Ion Fortuna and Suwabe as Cain Nightroad
• In Vampire Knight, with Minagawa as Ruka Soen and Suwabe as Akatsuki Kain
* She has voiced at least two characters who's voiced by Romi Paku in alternate versions.
• Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist (Junko voices Edward in the first drama CD, while Romi voices him in the anime.)
• Nana Osaki from Nana (Junko voices Nana in the PS2 game, while Romi voices her in the anime.)

* She tends to play characters who are loggerheads with a character played by Akemi Kanda.
• In Negima, with Minagawa as Yukihiro Ayaka and Akemi as Kagurazaka Asuna.




shes mikeru from mermaid melody?!?!?!!?!?!? O______________O im so schocked also wats a seiiyu?
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trinhtrees97 wrote:


annaivida wrote:


trinhtrees97 wrote:

i thought ryoma's voice actor was a girl? umm i thinkn junko or something



YES! Ryoma's seiyuu was a girl

info:

Junko Minagawa (皆川 純子, Minagawa Junko, born November 22, 1975 in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki) is a seiyū affiliated with Haikyo. She is well-known for voicing young boys, although she has done "feminine" lady roles, as well as flirtatious women.

Anime

* .hack//Legend of the Twilight (Shugo Kunisaki)
* ARIA The Animation (Akira E. Ferrari)
* Black Cat (manga) (Leon Elliott and Silphy)
* Blassreiter (Malek Yildrim Werner)
* Bokurano (Jun Ushiro)
* Buso Renkin (Madoka Maruyama)
* Chrono Crusade (Joshua Christopher)
* Code Geass (Cornelia Li Britannia)
* Duel Masters (Hakuoh)
* Fantastic Children (Tohma)
* Fushigiboshi no Futagohime (Eclipse/Shade)
* Godannar (Shinobu Saruwatari)
* He Is My Master (Yoshitaka Nakabayashi)
* Honey and Clover (Kaoru Morita (as a child))
* Ichigo Mashimaro (Sasatsuka)
* Jinki: EXTEND (Mel J. Vanette)
* Loveless (manga) (Ritsuka Aoyagi)
* Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch (Mikeru)
* Negima!: Magister Negi Magi (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Negima!? (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Shakugan no Shana (Khamsin Nbh`w)
* Rockman.EXE Axess (Allegro)
* Saru Get You -On Air- (Hiroki)
* Shounen Onmyouji (Genbu)
* The Prince of Tennis (Ryoma Echizen)
* The World of Narue (Kanaka Nanase)
* Trinity Blood (Ion Fortuna)
* Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle (Ryuuou)
* Vampire Knight (Ruka Souen)
* Viper's Creed (Norma)
* Uninhabited Planet Survive! (Shingo)
* Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (Misty)

Video games

* Dead or Alive 4 (Eliot (Dead or Alive))
* Dragon Shadow Spell (Jehuty)
* Eternal Sonata (Count Waltz)
* Fatal Frame III: The Tormented (2005) (Rei Kurosawa, Reika Kuze)
* Nana (manga) (Nana Osaki)
* Sakura Wars V (Sagiitta Weinberg)
* Suikoden V (Roy, Zerase, and option B of Prince voice)

Drama CD

* Fullmetal Alchemist Vol. 1 (Edward Elric)
* Beauty Pop Vol. 1 (Kiri Koshiba)
* Pandora Hearts (Oz Bezarius)

Miscellaneous

* She has voiced team-mates alongside Kenjirou Tsuda on at least two occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Ryoma and Tsuda as Sadaharu
• In the PS2 game Nana, with Minagawa as Nana Osaki and Tsuda as Yasushi Takagi
* She has worked alongside Suwabe Junichi on at least three occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Echizen Ryoma and Suwabe as Atobe Keigo
• In Trinity Blood, with Minagawa as Ion Fortuna and Suwabe as Cain Nightroad
• In Vampire Knight, with Minagawa as Ruka Soen and Suwabe as Akatsuki Kain
* She has voiced at least two characters who's voiced by Romi Paku in alternate versions.
• Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist (Junko voices Edward in the first drama CD, while Romi voices him in the anime.)
• Nana Osaki from Nana (Junko voices Nana in the PS2 game, while Romi voices her in the anime.)

* She tends to play characters who are loggerheads with a character played by Akemi Kanda.
• In Negima, with Minagawa as Yukihiro Ayaka and Akemi as Kagurazaka Asuna.




shes mikeru from mermaid melody?!?!?!!?!?!? O______________O im so schocked also wats a seiiyu?



Hehehe>>

seiyū, seiyuu or seiyu (声優, seiyū, seiyuu or seiyu) is a Japanese vocal actor
. Seiyū work in radio, television, and movies; they perform voice-overs for non-Japanese movies; they provide narration; and they work as anime and video game character actors. Conventional use among English-speaking fans is to use "seiyū" to refer to the Japanese actor and "vocal actor" or "voice actor" when speaking of a character actor in a series translated into English.

Anime

A seiyū's role in anime consists of timing the recording of their character's voice with the picture on the screen. Before completing the recording of the role, there are two different methods of prescoring. In Japan, the most popular method is to perform the dubbing after the animation has already been completed (although, depending on the production schedule, the dubbing may be recorded before all of the animation is complete).

In order to keep to the limits of the production budget, less well-known and younger seiyū are often used. However, for original video animation and fan-oriented productions and products, famous seiyū are often used as a selling point.

Video games

Unlike in anime or dubbing roles, in a video game the voice tracks are often recorded separately due to the way individual voice tracks are selected and played depending on a player's progress. Typically a seiyū uses a script with only a single part's lines and matches it to the timing of the recording. Because of this, many collaborating seiyū in a production have never seen each other in person. Popularity rankings may play a role in video game casting, but it is also possible to negotiate fees when a client requests a particular cast.

Radio drama or CD drama

With a radio drama or CD drama there is more freedom given in voicing because there is no need to match a dub to the original actors, or to match an animated character. Because of this a seiyū's particular interpretation of an act or acting ability are considered. If the drama is based on an anime or manga then the seiyū from the anime are used. However, original drama or works based on literature rarely employ typical seiyū or younger seiyū. Auditions are rarely employed, and the cast is directly selected by the production staff.

Agencies and management

Relations between seiyū and music, movie and anime companies in Japan are regulated by seiyū management agencies, each with its specialization. In exchange for a fee from the seiyū, they take care of all the business affairs and sales promotions. These agencies can also act as a bridge between entertainment companies and private agencies the seiyū may be affiliated with. Sometimes the producers leave it to the agencies to recruit seiyū for minor roles, or handle their schedule. A seiyū's job opportunities are usually tied to the particular agency they choose, even if they're extremely popular as anime seiyū. For example, it is unlikely they will get dubbing roles if their agency is not specialized in that particular field.

Some examples of agencies and their specializations:

* Anime: Arts Vision, I'm Enterprise
* Dubbing and voice-overs: Mausu Promotion, theatrical companies (Bungaku Company, Seinen Company, Theatrical Group EN, Troupe Pleiades etc.)
* Narration: Aoni Production, Sigma Seven
* NHK programs: 81 Produce
* Commercials: Studio Ōsawa
* Train station announcements: Haikyo

Seiyū for child roles are often selected from renowned juvenile theatrical companies, such as the Troupe Himawari.
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trinhtrees97 wrote:


annaivida wrote:


trinhtrees97 wrote:

i thought ryoma's voice actor was a girl? umm i thinkn junko or something



YES! Ryoma's seiyuu was a girl

info:

Junko Minagawa (皆川 純子, Minagawa Junko, born November 22, 1975 in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki) is a seiyū affiliated with Haikyo. She is well-known for voicing young boys, although she has done "feminine" lady roles, as well as flirtatious women.

Anime

* .hack//Legend of the Twilight (Shugo Kunisaki)
* ARIA The Animation (Akira E. Ferrari)
* Black Cat (manga) (Leon Elliott and Silphy)
* Blassreiter (Malek Yildrim Werner)
* Bokurano (Jun Ushiro)
* Buso Renkin (Madoka Maruyama)
* Chrono Crusade (Joshua Christopher)
* Code Geass (Cornelia Li Britannia)
* Duel Masters (Hakuoh)
* Fantastic Children (Tohma)
* Fushigiboshi no Futagohime (Eclipse/Shade)
* Godannar (Shinobu Saruwatari)
* He Is My Master (Yoshitaka Nakabayashi)
* Honey and Clover (Kaoru Morita (as a child))
* Ichigo Mashimaro (Sasatsuka)
* Jinki: EXTEND (Mel J. Vanette)
* Loveless (manga) (Ritsuka Aoyagi)
* Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch (Mikeru)
* Negima!: Magister Negi Magi (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Negima!? (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Shakugan no Shana (Khamsin Nbh`w)
* Rockman.EXE Axess (Allegro)
* Saru Get You -On Air- (Hiroki)
* Shounen Onmyouji (Genbu)
* The Prince of Tennis (Ryoma Echizen)
* The World of Narue (Kanaka Nanase)
* Trinity Blood (Ion Fortuna)
* Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle (Ryuuou)
* Vampire Knight (Ruka Souen)
* Viper's Creed (Norma)
* Uninhabited Planet Survive! (Shingo)
* Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (Misty)

Video games

* Dead or Alive 4 (Eliot (Dead or Alive))
* Dragon Shadow Spell (Jehuty)
* Eternal Sonata (Count Waltz)
* Fatal Frame III: The Tormented (2005) (Rei Kurosawa, Reika Kuze)
* Nana (manga) (Nana Osaki)
* Sakura Wars V (Sagiitta Weinberg)
* Suikoden V (Roy, Zerase, and option B of Prince voice)

Drama CD

* Fullmetal Alchemist Vol. 1 (Edward Elric)
* Beauty Pop Vol. 1 (Kiri Koshiba)
* Pandora Hearts (Oz Bezarius)

Miscellaneous

* She has voiced team-mates alongside Kenjirou Tsuda on at least two occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Ryoma and Tsuda as Sadaharu
• In the PS2 game Nana, with Minagawa as Nana Osaki and Tsuda as Yasushi Takagi
* She has worked alongside Suwabe Junichi on at least three occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Echizen Ryoma and Suwabe as Atobe Keigo
• In Trinity Blood, with Minagawa as Ion Fortuna and Suwabe as Cain Nightroad
• In Vampire Knight, with Minagawa as Ruka Soen and Suwabe as Akatsuki Kain
* She has voiced at least two characters who's voiced by Romi Paku in alternate versions.
• Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist (Junko voices Edward in the first drama CD, while Romi voices him in the anime.)
• Nana Osaki from Nana (Junko voices Nana in the PS2 game, while Romi voices her in the anime.)

* She tends to play characters who are loggerheads with a character played by Akemi Kanda.
• In Negima, with Minagawa as Yukihiro Ayaka and Akemi as Kagurazaka Asuna.




shes mikeru from mermaid melody?!?!?!!?!?!? O______________O im so schocked also wats a seiiyu?



Hehehe>>

seiyū, seiyuu or seiyu (声優, seiyū, seiyuu or seiyu) is a Japanese vocal actor
. Seiyū work in radio, television, and movies; they perform voice-overs for non-Japanese movies; they provide narration; and they work as anime and video game character actors. Conventional use among English-speaking fans is to use "seiyū" to refer to the Japanese actor and "vocal actor" or "voice actor" when speaking of a character actor in a series translated into English.

Anime

A seiyū's role in anime consists of timing the recording of their character's voice with the picture on the screen. Before completing the recording of the role, there are two different methods of prescoring. In Japan, the most popular method is to perform the dubbing after the animation has already been completed (although, depending on the production schedule, the dubbing may be recorded before all of the animation is complete).

In order to keep to the limits of the production budget, less well-known and younger seiyū are often used. However, for original video animation and fan-oriented productions and products, famous seiyū are often used as a selling point.

Video games

Unlike in anime or dubbing roles, in a video game the voice tracks are often recorded separately due to the way individual voice tracks are selected and played depending on a player's progress. Typically a seiyū uses a script with only a single part's lines and matches it to the timing of the recording. Because of this, many collaborating seiyū in a production have never seen each other in person. Popularity rankings may play a role in video game casting, but it is also possible to negotiate fees when a client requests a particular cast.

Radio drama or CD drama

With a radio drama or CD drama there is more freedom given in voicing because there is no need to match a dub to the original actors, or to match an animated character. Because of this a seiyū's particular interpretation of an act or acting ability are considered. If the drama is based on an anime or manga then the seiyū from the anime are used. However, original drama or works based on literature rarely employ typical seiyū or younger seiyū. Auditions are rarely employed, and the cast is directly selected by the production staff.

Agencies and management

Relations between seiyū and music, movie and anime companies in Japan are regulated by seiyū management agencies, each with its specialization. In exchange for a fee from the seiyū, they take care of all the business affairs and sales promotions. These agencies can also act as a bridge between entertainment companies and private agencies the seiyū may be affiliated with. Sometimes the producers leave it to the agencies to recruit seiyū for minor roles, or handle their schedule. A seiyū's job opportunities are usually tied to the particular agency they choose, even if they're extremely popular as anime seiyū. For example, it is unlikely they will get dubbing roles if their agency is not specialized in that particular field.

Some examples of agencies and their specializations:

* Anime: Arts Vision, I'm Enterprise
* Dubbing and voice-overs: Mausu Promotion, theatrical companies (Bungaku Company, Seinen Company, Theatrical Group EN, Troupe Pleiades etc.)
* Narration: Aoni Production, Sigma Seven
* NHK programs: 81 Produce
* Commercials: Studio Ōsawa
* Train station announcements: Haikyo

Seiyū for child roles are often selected from renowned juvenile theatrical companies, such as the Troupe Himawari.


O____________________O WOW ur so good and smart!!!!O_______________O i watched a episode of mermaid melody and i was paying attention to mikeru's voice more then the episode cause i wanted to see if it sounds like ryoma and it does well kinda O____________________O i also watched mermai melody b4 prince of tennis but i never noticed they had the same voice >.<
How do u no all of this???? at first i expected for u to give me just the definition but u gave me much more ^.~ but wow too much
also now i no a lot of imformation thx to u^^ thanks again
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i thought ryoma's voice actor was a girl? umm i thinkn junko or something



YES! Ryoma's seiyuu was a girl

info:

Junko Minagawa (皆川 純子, Minagawa Junko, born November 22, 1975 in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki) is a seiyū affiliated with Haikyo. She is well-known for voicing young boys, although she has done "feminine" lady roles, as well as flirtatious women.

Anime

* .hack//Legend of the Twilight (Shugo Kunisaki)
* ARIA The Animation (Akira E. Ferrari)
* Black Cat (manga) (Leon Elliott and Silphy)
* Blassreiter (Malek Yildrim Werner)
* Bokurano (Jun Ushiro)
* Buso Renkin (Madoka Maruyama)
* Chrono Crusade (Joshua Christopher)
* Code Geass (Cornelia Li Britannia)
* Duel Masters (Hakuoh)
* Fantastic Children (Tohma)
* Fushigiboshi no Futagohime (Eclipse/Shade)
* Godannar (Shinobu Saruwatari)
* He Is My Master (Yoshitaka Nakabayashi)
* Honey and Clover (Kaoru Morita (as a child))
* Ichigo Mashimaro (Sasatsuka)
* Jinki: EXTEND (Mel J. Vanette)
* Loveless (manga) (Ritsuka Aoyagi)
* Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch (Mikeru)
* Negima!: Magister Negi Magi (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Negima!? (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Shakugan no Shana (Khamsin Nbh`w)
* Rockman.EXE Axess (Allegro)
* Saru Get You -On Air- (Hiroki)
* Shounen Onmyouji (Genbu)
* The Prince of Tennis (Ryoma Echizen)
* The World of Narue (Kanaka Nanase)
* Trinity Blood (Ion Fortuna)
* Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle (Ryuuou)
* Vampire Knight (Ruka Souen)
* Viper's Creed (Norma)
* Uninhabited Planet Survive! (Shingo)
* Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (Misty)

Video games

* Dead or Alive 4 (Eliot (Dead or Alive))
* Dragon Shadow Spell (Jehuty)
* Eternal Sonata (Count Waltz)
* Fatal Frame III: The Tormented (2005) (Rei Kurosawa, Reika Kuze)
* Nana (manga) (Nana Osaki)
* Sakura Wars V (Sagiitta Weinberg)
* Suikoden V (Roy, Zerase, and option B of Prince voice)

Drama CD

* Fullmetal Alchemist Vol. 1 (Edward Elric)
* Beauty Pop Vol. 1 (Kiri Koshiba)
* Pandora Hearts (Oz Bezarius)

Miscellaneous

* She has voiced team-mates alongside Kenjirou Tsuda on at least two occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Ryoma and Tsuda as Sadaharu
• In the PS2 game Nana, with Minagawa as Nana Osaki and Tsuda as Yasushi Takagi
* She has worked alongside Suwabe Junichi on at least three occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Echizen Ryoma and Suwabe as Atobe Keigo
• In Trinity Blood, with Minagawa as Ion Fortuna and Suwabe as Cain Nightroad
• In Vampire Knight, with Minagawa as Ruka Soen and Suwabe as Akatsuki Kain
* She has voiced at least two characters who's voiced by Romi Paku in alternate versions.
• Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist (Junko voices Edward in the first drama CD, while Romi voices him in the anime.)
• Nana Osaki from Nana (Junko voices Nana in the PS2 game, while Romi voices her in the anime.)

* She tends to play characters who are loggerheads with a character played by Akemi Kanda.
• In Negima, with Minagawa as Yukihiro Ayaka and Akemi as Kagurazaka Asuna.




shes mikeru from mermaid melody?!?!?!!?!?!? O______________O im so schocked also wats a seiiyu?



Hehehe>>

seiyū, seiyuu or seiyu (声優, seiyū, seiyuu or seiyu) is a Japanese vocal actor
. Seiyū work in radio, television, and movies; they perform voice-overs for non-Japanese movies; they provide narration; and they work as anime and video game character actors. Conventional use among English-speaking fans is to use "seiyū" to refer to the Japanese actor and "vocal actor" or "voice actor" when speaking of a character actor in a series translated into English.

Anime

A seiyū's role in anime consists of timing the recording of their character's voice with the picture on the screen. Before completing the recording of the role, there are two different methods of prescoring. In Japan, the most popular method is to perform the dubbing after the animation has already been completed (although, depending on the production schedule, the dubbing may be recorded before all of the animation is complete).

In order to keep to the limits of the production budget, less well-known and younger seiyū are often used. However, for original video animation and fan-oriented productions and products, famous seiyū are often used as a selling point.

Video games

Unlike in anime or dubbing roles, in a video game the voice tracks are often recorded separately due to the way individual voice tracks are selected and played depending on a player's progress. Typically a seiyū uses a script with only a single part's lines and matches it to the timing of the recording. Because of this, many collaborating seiyū in a production have never seen each other in person. Popularity rankings may play a role in video game casting, but it is also possible to negotiate fees when a client requests a particular cast.

Radio drama or CD drama

With a radio drama or CD drama there is more freedom given in voicing because there is no need to match a dub to the original actors, or to match an animated character. Because of this a seiyū's particular interpretation of an act or acting ability are considered. If the drama is based on an anime or manga then the seiyū from the anime are used. However, original drama or works based on literature rarely employ typical seiyū or younger seiyū. Auditions are rarely employed, and the cast is directly selected by the production staff.

Agencies and management

Relations between seiyū and music, movie and anime companies in Japan are regulated by seiyū management agencies, each with its specialization. In exchange for a fee from the seiyū, they take care of all the business affairs and sales promotions. These agencies can also act as a bridge between entertainment companies and private agencies the seiyū may be affiliated with. Sometimes the producers leave it to the agencies to recruit seiyū for minor roles, or handle their schedule. A seiyū's job opportunities are usually tied to the particular agency they choose, even if they're extremely popular as anime seiyū. For example, it is unlikely they will get dubbing roles if their agency is not specialized in that particular field.

Some examples of agencies and their specializations:

* Anime: Arts Vision, I'm Enterprise
* Dubbing and voice-overs: Mausu Promotion, theatrical companies (Bungaku Company, Seinen Company, Theatrical Group EN, Troupe Pleiades etc.)
* Narration: Aoni Production, Sigma Seven
* NHK programs: 81 Produce
* Commercials: Studio Ōsawa
* Train station announcements: Haikyo

Seiyū for child roles are often selected from renowned juvenile theatrical companies, such as the Troupe Himawari.


O____________________O WOW ur so good and smart!!!!O_______________O i watched a episode of mermaid melody and i was paying attention to mikeru's voice more then the episode cause i wanted to see if it sounds like ryoma and it does well kinda O____________________O i also watched mermai melody b4 prince of tennis but i never noticed they had the same voice >.<
How do u no all of this???? at first i expected for u to give me just the definition but u gave me much more ^.~ but wow too much
also now i no a lot of imformation thx to u^^ thanks again



i love anime, i love manga, but before all that i love how they bring to life a 2D animation. And that all is because of their voice actors... i love and truly respect the seiyuu if Japan, they are not just your ordinary simple voice actors, they give life, emotion and so much spirit to the characters - its like their all alive and just their in the neighborhood. ^^

that's why when i research the anime, and the manga - i also research the seiyuu - the great voice behind the anime... for me i truly respect and will always feel an endless gratitude. ^^

^^ that info is from wikipedia.org. you can find various information their from anime, manga, live action, anything, shonen, shoujo, seiyuus... and more culture to shock you and surprise you.

thanks so much and im so happy you enjoy this... just ask away and i'll be happy to help you. ^^

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annaivida wrote:


trinhtrees97 wrote:


annaivida wrote:


trinhtrees97 wrote:


annaivida wrote:


trinhtrees97 wrote:

i thought ryoma's voice actor was a girl? umm i thinkn junko or something



YES! Ryoma's seiyuu was a girl

info:

Junko Minagawa (皆川 純子, Minagawa Junko, born November 22, 1975 in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki) is a seiyū affiliated with Haikyo. She is well-known for voicing young boys, although she has done "feminine" lady roles, as well as flirtatious women.

Anime

* .hack//Legend of the Twilight (Shugo Kunisaki)
* ARIA The Animation (Akira E. Ferrari)
* Black Cat (manga) (Leon Elliott and Silphy)
* Blassreiter (Malek Yildrim Werner)
* Bokurano (Jun Ushiro)
* Buso Renkin (Madoka Maruyama)
* Chrono Crusade (Joshua Christopher)
* Code Geass (Cornelia Li Britannia)
* Duel Masters (Hakuoh)
* Fantastic Children (Tohma)
* Fushigiboshi no Futagohime (Eclipse/Shade)
* Godannar (Shinobu Saruwatari)
* He Is My Master (Yoshitaka Nakabayashi)
* Honey and Clover (Kaoru Morita (as a child))
* Ichigo Mashimaro (Sasatsuka)
* Jinki: EXTEND (Mel J. Vanette)
* Loveless (manga) (Ritsuka Aoyagi)
* Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch (Mikeru)
* Negima!: Magister Negi Magi (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Negima!? (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Shakugan no Shana (Khamsin Nbh`w)
* Rockman.EXE Axess (Allegro)
* Saru Get You -On Air- (Hiroki)
* Shounen Onmyouji (Genbu)
* The Prince of Tennis (Ryoma Echizen)
* The World of Narue (Kanaka Nanase)
* Trinity Blood (Ion Fortuna)
* Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle (Ryuuou)
* Vampire Knight (Ruka Souen)
* Viper's Creed (Norma)
* Uninhabited Planet Survive! (Shingo)
* Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (Misty)

Video games

* Dead or Alive 4 (Eliot (Dead or Alive))
* Dragon Shadow Spell (Jehuty)
* Eternal Sonata (Count Waltz)
* Fatal Frame III: The Tormented (2005) (Rei Kurosawa, Reika Kuze)
* Nana (manga) (Nana Osaki)
* Sakura Wars V (Sagiitta Weinberg)
* Suikoden V (Roy, Zerase, and option B of Prince voice)

Drama CD

* Fullmetal Alchemist Vol. 1 (Edward Elric)
* Beauty Pop Vol. 1 (Kiri Koshiba)
* Pandora Hearts (Oz Bezarius)

Miscellaneous

* She has voiced team-mates alongside Kenjirou Tsuda on at least two occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Ryoma and Tsuda as Sadaharu
• In the PS2 game Nana, with Minagawa as Nana Osaki and Tsuda as Yasushi Takagi
* She has worked alongside Suwabe Junichi on at least three occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Echizen Ryoma and Suwabe as Atobe Keigo
• In Trinity Blood, with Minagawa as Ion Fortuna and Suwabe as Cain Nightroad
• In Vampire Knight, with Minagawa as Ruka Soen and Suwabe as Akatsuki Kain
* She has voiced at least two characters who's voiced by Romi Paku in alternate versions.
• Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist (Junko voices Edward in the first drama CD, while Romi voices him in the anime.)
• Nana Osaki from Nana (Junko voices Nana in the PS2 game, while Romi voices her in the anime.)

* She tends to play characters who are loggerheads with a character played by Akemi Kanda.
• In Negima, with Minagawa as Yukihiro Ayaka and Akemi as Kagurazaka Asuna.




shes mikeru from mermaid melody?!?!?!!?!?!? O______________O im so schocked also wats a seiiyu?



Hehehe>>

seiyū, seiyuu or seiyu (声優, seiyū, seiyuu or seiyu) is a Japanese vocal actor
. Seiyū work in radio, television, and movies; they perform voice-overs for non-Japanese movies; they provide narration; and they work as anime and video game character actors. Conventional use among English-speaking fans is to use "seiyū" to refer to the Japanese actor and "vocal actor" or "voice actor" when speaking of a character actor in a series translated into English.

Anime

A seiyū's role in anime consists of timing the recording of their character's voice with the picture on the screen. Before completing the recording of the role, there are two different methods of prescoring. In Japan, the most popular method is to perform the dubbing after the animation has already been completed (although, depending on the production schedule, the dubbing may be recorded before all of the animation is complete).

In order to keep to the limits of the production budget, less well-known and younger seiyū are often used. However, for original video animation and fan-oriented productions and products, famous seiyū are often used as a selling point.

Video games

Unlike in anime or dubbing roles, in a video game the voice tracks are often recorded separately due to the way individual voice tracks are selected and played depending on a player's progress. Typically a seiyū uses a script with only a single part's lines and matches it to the timing of the recording. Because of this, many collaborating seiyū in a production have never seen each other in person. Popularity rankings may play a role in video game casting, but it is also possible to negotiate fees when a client requests a particular cast.

Radio drama or CD drama

With a radio drama or CD drama there is more freedom given in voicing because there is no need to match a dub to the original actors, or to match an animated character. Because of this a seiyū's particular interpretation of an act or acting ability are considered. If the drama is based on an anime or manga then the seiyū from the anime are used. However, original drama or works based on literature rarely employ typical seiyū or younger seiyū. Auditions are rarely employed, and the cast is directly selected by the production staff.

Agencies and management

Relations between seiyū and music, movie and anime companies in Japan are regulated by seiyū management agencies, each with its specialization. In exchange for a fee from the seiyū, they take care of all the business affairs and sales promotions. These agencies can also act as a bridge between entertainment companies and private agencies the seiyū may be affiliated with. Sometimes the producers leave it to the agencies to recruit seiyū for minor roles, or handle their schedule. A seiyū's job opportunities are usually tied to the particular agency they choose, even if they're extremely popular as anime seiyū. For example, it is unlikely they will get dubbing roles if their agency is not specialized in that particular field.

Some examples of agencies and their specializations:

* Anime: Arts Vision, I'm Enterprise
* Dubbing and voice-overs: Mausu Promotion, theatrical companies (Bungaku Company, Seinen Company, Theatrical Group EN, Troupe Pleiades etc.)
* Narration: Aoni Production, Sigma Seven
* NHK programs: 81 Produce
* Commercials: Studio Ōsawa
* Train station announcements: Haikyo

Seiyū for child roles are often selected from renowned juvenile theatrical companies, such as the Troupe Himawari.


O____________________O WOW ur so good and smart!!!!O_______________O i watched a episode of mermaid melody and i was paying attention to mikeru's voice more then the episode cause i wanted to see if it sounds like ryoma and it does well kinda O____________________O i also watched mermai melody b4 prince of tennis but i never noticed they had the same voice >.<
How do u no all of this???? at first i expected for u to give me just the definition but u gave me much more ^.~ but wow too much
also now i no a lot of imformation thx to u^^ thanks again



i love anime, i love manga, but before all that i love how they bring to life a 2D animation. And that all is because of their voice actors... i love and truly respect the seiyuu if Japan, they are not just your ordinary simple voice actors, they give life, emotion and so much spirit to the characters - its like their all alive and just their in the neighborhood. ^^

that's why when i research the anime, and the manga - i also research the seiyuu - the great voice behind the anime... for me i truly respect and will always feel an endless gratitude. ^^

^^ that info is from wikipedia.org. you can find various information their from anime, manga, live action, anything, shonen, shoujo, seiyuus... and more culture to shock you and surprise you.

thanks so much and im so happy you enjoy this... just ask away and i'll be happy to help you. ^^



ask ANYTHING YOU SAY?? hee hee just kidding and okiee and i respect seiyuu now too cause wen i read why u like seiyuus i like tem too cause u were right that they give life emotion and spirit in characters i also agree that the anime chaaracters feel alive cause of them>.< and wat culture do u meaan hobbys?umm umm ummm can u give me some info about fuji shusuke's voice actor from prince of tennis?i think it yuki kaida and can u tell me about kikumaru eiji's voice actor too>.< thank you u dont have to do it if u don wanna
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trinhtrees97 wrote:


annaivida wrote:


trinhtrees97 wrote:


annaivida wrote:


trinhtrees97 wrote:


annaivida wrote:


trinhtrees97 wrote:

i thought ryoma's voice actor was a girl? umm i thinkn junko or something



YES! Ryoma's seiyuu was a girl

info:

Junko Minagawa (皆川 純子, Minagawa Junko, born November 22, 1975 in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki) is a seiyū affiliated with Haikyo. She is well-known for voicing young boys, although she has done "feminine" lady roles, as well as flirtatious women.

Anime

* .hack//Legend of the Twilight (Shugo Kunisaki)
* ARIA The Animation (Akira E. Ferrari)
* Black Cat (manga) (Leon Elliott and Silphy)
* Blassreiter (Malek Yildrim Werner)
* Bokurano (Jun Ushiro)
* Buso Renkin (Madoka Maruyama)
* Chrono Crusade (Joshua Christopher)
* Code Geass (Cornelia Li Britannia)
* Duel Masters (Hakuoh)
* Fantastic Children (Tohma)
* Fushigiboshi no Futagohime (Eclipse/Shade)
* Godannar (Shinobu Saruwatari)
* He Is My Master (Yoshitaka Nakabayashi)
* Honey and Clover (Kaoru Morita (as a child))
* Ichigo Mashimaro (Sasatsuka)
* Jinki: EXTEND (Mel J. Vanette)
* Loveless (manga) (Ritsuka Aoyagi)
* Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch (Mikeru)
* Negima!: Magister Negi Magi (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Negima!? (Ayaka Yukihiro)
* Shakugan no Shana (Khamsin Nbh`w)
* Rockman.EXE Axess (Allegro)
* Saru Get You -On Air- (Hiroki)
* Shounen Onmyouji (Genbu)
* The Prince of Tennis (Ryoma Echizen)
* The World of Narue (Kanaka Nanase)
* Trinity Blood (Ion Fortuna)
* Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle (Ryuuou)
* Vampire Knight (Ruka Souen)
* Viper's Creed (Norma)
* Uninhabited Planet Survive! (Shingo)
* Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (Misty)

Video games

* Dead or Alive 4 (Eliot (Dead or Alive))
* Dragon Shadow Spell (Jehuty)
* Eternal Sonata (Count Waltz)
* Fatal Frame III: The Tormented (2005) (Rei Kurosawa, Reika Kuze)
* Nana (manga) (Nana Osaki)
* Sakura Wars V (Sagiitta Weinberg)
* Suikoden V (Roy, Zerase, and option B of Prince voice)

Drama CD

* Fullmetal Alchemist Vol. 1 (Edward Elric)
* Beauty Pop Vol. 1 (Kiri Koshiba)
* Pandora Hearts (Oz Bezarius)

Miscellaneous

* She has voiced team-mates alongside Kenjirou Tsuda on at least two occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Ryoma and Tsuda as Sadaharu
• In the PS2 game Nana, with Minagawa as Nana Osaki and Tsuda as Yasushi Takagi
* She has worked alongside Suwabe Junichi on at least three occasions.
• In The Prince of Tennis, with Minagawa as Echizen Ryoma and Suwabe as Atobe Keigo
• In Trinity Blood, with Minagawa as Ion Fortuna and Suwabe as Cain Nightroad
• In Vampire Knight, with Minagawa as Ruka Soen and Suwabe as Akatsuki Kain
* She has voiced at least two characters who's voiced by Romi Paku in alternate versions.
• Edward Elric from Fullmetal Alchemist (Junko voices Edward in the first drama CD, while Romi voices him in the anime.)
• Nana Osaki from Nana (Junko voices Nana in the PS2 game, while Romi voices her in the anime.)

* She tends to play characters who are loggerheads with a character played by Akemi Kanda.
• In Negima, with Minagawa as Yukihiro Ayaka and Akemi as Kagurazaka Asuna.




shes mikeru from mermaid melody?!?!?!!?!?!? O______________O im so schocked also wats a seiiyu?



Hehehe>>

seiyū, seiyuu or seiyu (声優, seiyū, seiyuu or seiyu) is a Japanese vocal actor
. Seiyū work in radio, television, and movies; they perform voice-overs for non-Japanese movies; they provide narration; and they work as anime and video game character actors. Conventional use among English-speaking fans is to use "seiyū" to refer to the Japanese actor and "vocal actor" or "voice actor" when speaking of a character actor in a series translated into English.

Anime

A seiyū's role in anime consists of timing the recording of their character's voice with the picture on the screen. Before completing the recording of the role, there are two different methods of prescoring. In Japan, the most popular method is to perform the dubbing after the animation has already been completed (although, depending on the production schedule, the dubbing may be recorded before all of the animation is complete).

In order to keep to the limits of the production budget, less well-known and younger seiyū are often used. However, for original video animation and fan-oriented productions and products, famous seiyū are often used as a selling point.

Video games

Unlike in anime or dubbing roles, in a video game the voice tracks are often recorded separately due to the way individual voice tracks are selected and played depending on a player's progress. Typically a seiyū uses a script with only a single part's lines and matches it to the timing of the recording. Because of this, many collaborating seiyū in a production have never seen each other in person. Popularity rankings may play a role in video game casting, but it is also possible to negotiate fees when a client requests a particular cast.

Radio drama or CD drama

With a radio drama or CD drama there is more freedom given in voicing because there is no need to match a dub to the original actors, or to match an animated character. Because of this a seiyū's particular interpretation of an act or acting ability are considered. If the drama is based on an anime or manga then the seiyū from the anime are used. However, original drama or works based on literature rarely employ typical seiyū or younger seiyū. Auditions are rarely employed, and the cast is directly selected by the production staff.

Agencies and management

Relations between seiyū and music, movie and anime companies in Japan are regulated by seiyū management agencies, each with its specialization. In exchange for a fee from the seiyū, they take care of all the business affairs and sales promotions. These agencies can also act as a bridge between entertainment companies and private agencies the seiyū may be affiliated with. Sometimes the producers leave it to the agencies to recruit seiyū for minor roles, or handle their schedule. A seiyū's job opportunities are usually tied to the particular agency they choose, even if they're extremely popular as anime seiyū. For example, it is unlikely they will get dubbing roles if their agency is not specialized in that particular field.

Some examples of agencies and their specializations:

* Anime: Arts Vision, I'm Enterprise
* Dubbing and voice-overs: Mausu Promotion, theatrical companies (Bungaku Company, Seinen Company, Theatrical Group EN, Troupe Pleiades etc.)
* Narration: Aoni Production, Sigma Seven
* NHK programs: 81 Produce
* Commercials: Studio Ōsawa
* Train station announcements: Haikyo

Seiyū for child roles are often selected from renowned juvenile theatrical companies, such as the Troupe Himawari.


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i love anime, i love manga, but before all that i love how they bring to life a 2D animation. And that all is because of their voice actors... i love and truly respect the seiyuu if Japan, they are not just your ordinary simple voice actors, they give life, emotion and so much spirit to the characters - its like their all alive and just their in the neighborhood. ^^

that's why when i research the anime, and the manga - i also research the seiyuu - the great voice behind the anime... for me i truly respect and will always feel an endless gratitude. ^^

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ask ANYTHING YOU SAY?? hee hee just kidding and okiee and i respect seiyuu now too cause wen i read why u like seiyuus i like tem too cause u were right that they give life emotion and spirit in characters i also agree that the anime chaaracters feel alive cause of them>.< and wat culture do u meaan hobbys?umm umm ummm can u give me some info about fuji shusuke's voice actor from prince of tennis?i think it yuki kaida and can u tell me about kikumaru eiji's voice actor too>.< thank you u dont have to do it if u don wanna


Shusuke Fuji (不二 周助, Fuji Shūsuke) is a fictional character in the anime and manga The Prince of Tennis. His name is romanized as Syusuke Fuji in the Japanese anime, and Shusuke Fuji in all the English versions.

The kanji for Fuji (不二) stands for 'not second', 'unparalleled', or 'peerless'. His name can also be seen as a bit of a pun when his hobbies and favorite foods are taken into account; Fujifilm is the world's largest photographic and imaging company, and one of Fuji's hobbies is photography. Fuji apples are a type of apple, and they are one of Fuji's favorite foods.

SEIYUU

Yuki Kaida (甲斐田ゆき, Kaida Yuki) is a seiyū (voice actor). She has taken part in Japanese series, but mainly voices Japanese anime.

Family Name: Kaida
Given Name: Yuki
Hometown: Tokyo, Japan
Birthday: November 30
Favorite Things: Kosanji Yanagiya, Queen, The Chronicles of Narnia
Hobbies: English conversation, hearing funny stories, watching baseball games

Voice roles

* Angela Burton in Genshiken
* Kurapika in Hunter × Hunter
* Syusuke Fuji in The Prince of Tennis
* Yumiko Fuji in The Prince of Tennis
* Yuuta Fuji (young) in The Prince of Tennis
* Kenji Himura in Rurouni Kenshin
* Musashi in Musashi: Samurai Legend
* Celine Jules in Star Ocean: The Second Story
* Leon D.S. Geeste in Star Ocean: The Second Story
* Shū Suzuki in Twin Spica
* Kaoru Kawahira in Inukami!
* Ouka in .hack//Legend of the Twilight
* Ryugu in Bakuto Sengen Daigunder
* Taro Hanaukyo in Hanaukyo Maid Team
* Cynthia in Dr. Rin ni Kiite Mite!
* Dark Kirisaki in Rockman EXE Beast
* Tsukasa Futaba in Ryusei no Rockman
* Riō (Jr.) in Saiunkoku Monogatari
* Ayano Fujikawa in Suzuka
* Masaki Makabe in Zettai Shonen
* Masahiro Abe in Shounen Onmyouji
* Shizue Hoshino in Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash Star
* Eshros in Konjiki no Gash Bell!!
* Kirika Karasuma in Kamichama Karin
* Ai Okita in Ai wo Utau yori Ore ni Oborero! (Blaue Rosen; Drama CD)
* Machi Kuragi in the Fruits Basket drama CDs
* Wendolo in Super Robot Wars Origination 2, Super Robot Wars Original Gererations
* Ozma in Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002
* Homura in Sekirei
* China in Hetalia - Axis Powers

Trivia

* She's often mistaken for Yuko Kaida (Their names differ by only 1 mora).
* She voiced all three Fujis in The Prince of Tennis.


Eiji Kikumaru is a third year student at Seishun Academy (Seigaku). He is in the same class as Shusuke Fuji and also happens to be one of his good friends.

He is part of Seigaku's "Golden Pair" along with Shuichiro Oishi. Using his acrobatic play he can return almost any ball, even those that seem out of human reach. Eiji is also known to have the sharpest vision on the team, with an exceptional talent for seeing moving objects. The only other member of his team to have this talent is Ryoma Echizen. This proves to be both a strength and a weakness, especially when matched against St. Rudolph's team captain Akazawa. Other than his well known style of acrobatic play, he has his own signature smash move called " Kikumaru Beam;" which is essentially a very high behind-the-back smash that is launched either at the corner of the opponent's court, or directly at the opponent.

SEIYUU

Hiroki Takahashi (高橋 広樹, Takahashi Hiroki) (born September 7, 1974) is a Japanese seiyū born in Tokyo. He is best known for the role of Harima Kenji in School Rumble and Katsuya Jonouchi in Yu-Gi-Oh. He works at Big Shot/Interchannel. Despite having the same last name, he is of no relation to Rumiko Takahashi.

Anime

* Beast Wars II (Starscream/Hellscream)
* Bleach (Kenryu)
* Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo (Gechappi)
* Bomberman Jetters (Mighty, Max, Zero)
* Bus Gamer (Saitou Kazuo)
* Death Note (Stephen Loud/Stephen Gevanni)
* Digimon Savers (Omnimon)
* Digimon Tamers (Impmon)
* Futari wa Pretty Cure (Pissard)
* Hetalia - Axis Powers (Japan)
* Hunter × Hunter (Hisoka)
* Katekyō Hitman Reborn! (Superbi Squalo)
* Konjiki no Gash Bell!! (Parco Folgore)
* Magical Nyan Nyan Taruto (Iori Monaka)
* Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny (Arthur Trine)
* Nana (Shoji Endo)
* Neo Angelique ~Abyss~ Rayne
* The Prince of Tennis (Eiji Kikumaru, Ryou Kisarazu)
* Ray the Animation (Shinoyama Toshiaki)
* School Rumble (Kenji Harima)
* Shōnen Onmyōji (Rikugō/Saki)
* Sumomomo Momomo (Kōshi Inuzuka)
* Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters (Katsuya Jonouchi)
* Shura no Toki (Yakumo Mutsu)

CD Roles

* Hetalia - Axis Powers (Japan)

Video games

* Dragon Force (Leon of Topaz)
* Shadow Hearts (Urmnaf "Uru" Bort Hyuga)
* Shadow Hearts: Covenant (Urmnaf "Uru" Bort Hyuga)
* Super Robot Wars MX (Hugo Medio)
* Wild Arms: The 4th Detonator (Arnaud G. Vasquez)
* Ys: The Ark of Napishtim (Chief Ord, Mikhail, Geis)
* Konjiki no Gash Bell series (Parco Folgore)
* Tatsunoko vs. Capcom (Ryu)
* Street Fighter IV (Ryu)


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oh and yes. i love eiji's voice - he is HISOKA after all from HunterXHunter!!!
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