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A child actor and voice actor, Kensho Ono, grew up to be on of the most respected male seiyuu in the industry.
MaxBoys are a classic seiyuu unit from back when male seiyuu started to team up to showcase their singing skills for radio show opening and ending tunes.
Shinnosuke Tachibana is an example of success in the seiyuu business. Voice actor, singer, mangaka, designer, CEO, this man does it all.
Satoshi Hino. Respected by not only fellow seiyuu but also by his fans due to his motherly personality, massive talent for voice acting and wits.
This is the first out of three Seiyuu Digests focused on ELEKITER ROUND 0, seiyuu unit comprised of Satoshi Hino and Shinnosuke Tachibana.
Ryohei Kimura is one of those seiyuu that does not need an introduction taking into account how many years he's been in the seiyuu industry, how respected he is and how, time after time, he manages to impress everyone with his performances.
This month we take a look at Yuto Suzuki's career. Talented seiyuu, awesome singer yet, struggling to make his big break in the seiyuu industry.
We celebrate the New Year here is our special edition December 2014 / January 2015 seiyuu digest featuring one of the seiyuu industry's most underrated voice actors and singers, Naozumi Takahashi.

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