One of the most beloved and respected seiyuu among both fellow seiyuu and fans is, undoubtedly, Tetsuya Kakihara. Passion for Japanese manga and animation took the German-Japanese actor in an incredible journey.
Although undeniably one of the most talented male seiyuu of his generation, Tasuku Hatanaka is still working towards reaching the top in the industry.
Despite being owner of one of the sweetest bass voices and overflowing with talent in the singing department, Daiki Hamano, is still a highly underrated seiyuu.
Owner of one of the coolest voices in the industry and with a career spawning over 4 decades, it comes as no surprise that Takaya Kuroda is one of the most respected and loved male seiyuu.
Shinichiro Kamio is still finding his way in the seiyuu industry. Despite a late debut, Kamio has managed to impress with his range and variety skills.
Yusuke Kobayashi turned his career around when he decided to give voice acting a chance in 2010. Since then he has turned into a consistent seiyuu and is beloved by many for his many charms and skills.
An angel's voice. A pioneer among male seiyuu. A fashion chameleon. A versatile actor. An example of fortitude and determination. This month's Seiyuu Digest is dedicated to Shouta Aoi's career.
Shugo Nakamura is starting to make a case for himself. Nakamura is a rising talent in the music industry that deserves your attention.
Wataru Komada might be primarily known for his role in Hypnosis Mic however, he is much more than meets the eye.
A star among seiyuu. A role-model for many aspiring seiyuu.