I Dream of Mimi - Anime OAV - Characters and Voice Cast

Characters and Voice Cast

Character Japanese voice English voice
Akira Takaoka Katsuaki Arima Chick Peter
Mimi Takaoka (Codenamed 'Pixie') Tomoko Ishimura Debora Rabbai
Kanako Shimada Hiroko Konishi Megan Hollingshead
Junpei Nobutoshi Hayashi Chris Yates
Quadra Kotono Mitsuishi Meg Frances
Forte Yuriko Yamaguchi Kerry Grant
Futoshi Makoto Bigo William Hirsh
Perfoma Yuko Miyamura Jessica Calvello
Centris Maya Okamoto Megan Hollingshead

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