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Japan's number one aniki, Katsuyuki Konishi. Owner of one of the classiest and most charming honeyed voices in the seiyuu industry, he graces Seiyuu DIgest.
This month we return with the amazingly talented Kenji Nojima, a seiyuu with a lot to offer however he's a little underrated.
One of the big name in the seiyuu industry. One of the most consistent solo artists among male seiyuu. Known for his unique voice quirks, being easily mimicked by any seiyuu that dares to do it. This month we dive into Showtaro Morikubo's career. 
The man, the legend, the sensei, we take a look at Mr. Perfect's vast career in animation, music, games, radio and much more.
Seiyuu, musical actor, radio personality, actor, musician, lyricist and one of the main faces of Kiramune.
Seiyuu Digest #17- KENN

Seiyuu Digest #17- KENN

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This month's Seiyuu Digest subject is none other than the prolific and all-rounder seiyuu, KENN.
With a big presence in the seiyuu industry, and a renowned for his dedication to his craft, this month's Seiyuu Digest is all about the talented male seiyuu, Tomoaki Maeno.

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