Rie Tanaka

Rie Tanaka (田中 理恵, Tanaka Rie?, born January 3, 1979 in Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan) is a singer and voice actress. Notable among her numerous roles are Lacus Clyne in Mobile Suit Gundam Seed and Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny, Chi and Freya in Chobits, Minna-Dietlinde Wilcke in Strike Witches and Suigintou in the anime adaptation of Rozen Maiden.

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Music Of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED - Soundtracks - Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK I
... Suit Gundam SEED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK I Soundtrack album by Toshihiko Sahashi, See-Saw, Rie Tanaka Released December 4, 2002 (Japan) Genre Anime soundtrack Label Victor ... PHASE-07, 08, 09, 20 ... - performed by Rie Tanaka as Lacus Clyne ... "Shizuka na Yoru ni" (静かな夜に In the Quiet Night) Yuki Kajiura Lacus Clyne (Rie Tanaka) 30 ...
Chobits Original Soundtrack 002 - Track Listing
... Better" – 218 "Let Me Be With You " by Rie Tanaka Round Table – 430 "Happy-Go-Lucky" – 307 "Something Funny" – 229 "Fast Forward" – 325 "Cause and Effect" – 219 "They ...
List Of Chobits Episodes
... themes are "Raison d'être" (Reason to Be) by Rie Tanaka (episodes 1–13), "Ningyo Hime" (ニンギョヒメ, lit ... Mermaid Princess?) by Rie Tanaka (episodes 14–25), and "Katakoto no Koi" (片言の恋, lit ... Awkward Love?) by Rie Tanaka and Tomokazu Sugita (episodes 26) ...
Strike Witches - Media - Anime
... by Takaaki Suzuki, and performed by Minna-Dietlinde Wilcke (Rie Tanaka), is used as an insert song in episode 8 ... (願いの灯火, Negai no Tomoshibi?), a song also sung by Rie Tanaka from the CD album for the Strike Witches What I Can Do Along With You game, was substituted for Lili Marleen. 7 Miyuki Sawashiro and Sakura Nogawa 8 Rie Tanaka and Saeko Chiba 9 Misato Fukuen and Miyuki Sawashiro 10 Misato Fukuen and Rie Tanaka 11 Saeko Chiba and Miyuki Sawashiro 12 Misato Fukuen ...
Chobits - Media - Anime
... The ending themes are "Raison d'être" (Reason to Be) by Rie Tanaka (episodes 1–13), "Ningyo-hime" (Mermaid Princess) by Rie Tanaka (episodes 14–25), and "Katakoto ...