The official website for the ongoing second season of the TV anime Kyoukai no Rinne/RIN-NE today confirmed that 37-year-old popular voice actress Rie Kugimiya will voice Matsugo's classmate Anju who will join the series from the 49th episode to be aired on September 17. Hit the jump for more details.
The official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of GungHo Online Entertainment's popular smartphone panel RPG Divine Gate today announced its three additional voice cast: Rie Kugimiya as a mysterious boy K, Yukana as an operator and Megumi Ogata as the narrator. Check the latest information after the jump.
It is officially revealed today that 34-year-old voice actress Rie Kugimiya will voice Cure Ace, the 5th PreCure girl in the ongoing PreCure TV series Dokidoki! PreCure. This is the second time for her to voice for the PreCure franchise after Dark Lemonade in the Yes! PreCure 5 film in 2007. More details after the jump.
An anime short adaptation of Kozue Takeuchi’s shoujo doggie manga Chocotan! was prepared for Ribbon Festa 2013, and has now been posted online by Shogakukan Shueisha Productions. Chiaki Kon (Higurashi and Umineko: When They Cry) wrote and directed the J.C. Staff produced work with Rie Kugimiya as the title character. Get a look after the jump.
Rie Kugimiya (Gintama's Kagura, Fairy Tail's Happy, Hayate the Combat Butler's Nagi) has been cast as the title character in a short adaptation of Kozue Takeuchi’s shoujo doggie manga Chocotan! The anime of the story about a talking miniature dachshund advising her young mistress will screen at spring's Ribbon Festa 2013. More after the jump.
Get your pika-pika on in the new promos for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Magnagate and the Infinite Labyrinth! The last game in the roguelike spin-off game series hits the Nintendo 3DS in Japan November 23rd. Get a look after the jump.
Rie Kugimiya, one of the most popular female anime voice actresses today, will release her first original mini album "kokohadoko" in Japan on June 20. The three short music videos from the album, "Hane・Uta・Ai・Hito", "forêt noire", and "Orange", were already posted on YouTube by the record company Lantis at once on May 29. Check her singing voices after the jump!