Minori Chihara

Minori Chihara (茅原 実里, Chihara Minori?, born November 18, 1980) is a Japanese voice actress who has had roles in several anime series, and she is also a J-pop singer. As a voice actress, she works under the agency Avex Planning & Development, while in her musical career, she has been signed under King Records and is currently with Lantis. She was born in the city of Utsunomiya, Tochigi and was raised in Saitama. She is affectionately referred to as "Minorin" (みのりん) by her fans.

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