Seiyuu Animedia unveils lineup for January 2023 issue

Hiroshi Kamiya and Tetsuya Kakihara grace the covers of Seiyuu Animedia’s January 2023 issue.

Seiyuu Animedia January 2023 issue is going to be published on 09/12/2022, available in regular and Animate Japan versions.

Popular seiyuu, narrator and solo artist Hiroshi Kamiya graces the main cover of this issue. He was interviewed about his 2nd full-length album “appside“.

The covers are the following for each edition:

The regular back cover belongs Tetsuya Kakihara. He was interviewed about his 40th birthday (happening on December 24).

The back covers are the following per edition:

This issue includes as well features with:

  • STATION IDOL LATCH!
  • Magatsu Note
  • Kaito Ishikawa
  • Daisuke Namikawa
  • Tsubasa Yonaga

Seiyuu Animedia January 2023 is available for purchase at CDJAPAN.


Source: Seiyuu Animedia official Twitter account

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