Chisa Yokoyama - Prominent Anime and Video Game Voice Roles

Prominent Anime and Video Game Voice Roles

  • Lucia - Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete
  • Sasami Masaki Jurai and Tsunami - Tenchi Muyo!
  • Sakura Shinguji - Sakura Wars and Project X Zone
  • Ryoko Subaru - Nadesico
  • Chiaki Enno - Zenki
  • Lucrezia Noin - Gundam Wing
  • Yuna - Galaxy Fraulein Yuna
  • Ryukia - Kouryu Densetsu Villgust OVA
  • Ferris - Black Magic M-66 (debut voice role)
  • Genki - Monster Farm
  • Noa Kaiba - Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters
  • Maria Renard - Dracula X: Nocturne in the Moonlight
  • Satomi Yajima - Variable Geo
  • Chun-Li - Street Fighter II V
  • Hinageshi - Yu Yu Hakusho: Poltergeist Report
  • Misanagi - Rurouni Kenshin
  • Crimson Scorpion - Steam Detectives
  • Kobun - Rockman DASH series, Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes, Namco × Capcom and Project X Zone
  • Mayor Amelia - Rockman DASH ~Hagane no Boukenshin~
  • Hiromi Tengenji - Namco × Capcom
  • Maria Renard - Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
  • Sarah - Cleopatra DC
  • Milly - Tekkaman Blade
  • Misty - Gulliver Boy
  • Sana Kurata - Kodocha (OVA)
  • Flute - Violinist of Hameln (Film version)
  • Doruku - Wataru
  • Blanca - Sugar Sugar Rune

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