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Seiyuu Digest #55 – Jun Kasama

Jun Kasama debuted as a seiyuu in 2013 but only recently has been in the eyes of the public. This month we take a look at the career of this powerful, unique baritone, skilled dancer, seiyuu and narrator. Jun Kasama KANJI: 笠間淳 BORN: April 10 OCCUPATION: seiyuu, narrator HEIGHT: 174cm Jun Kasama was born on April 10 (year not disclosed by his talent agency) in Hiroshima,...

Seiyuu Digest #50 – Toshiki Masuda

Musical actor, stage actor, model, seiyuu, singer, radio personality are just some of things Toshiki Masuda is known for. At 28, it seems like he has only scratched the surface of his talent. For this special seiyuu digest - that encompasses the months of December 2018 and January 2019 - we take a look at the career of the multi-talented seiyuu,...

Seiyuu Digest #49 – Takayuki Kondo

For a seiyuu with a little over 20 years of career under his belt, it is not often that this seiyuu gets the recognition that he deserves. Takayuki Kondo is one of the most versatile seiyuu of his generation and a chameleon at that, so more times than not one will miss him as his voice sounds like another...

Seiyuu Digest #46 – Atsushi Tamaru

With almost a decade of work as a seiyuu and despite some consistent performances under his belt, he is still looking for his big break in the industry. This month we take a look at the career of one of the most underrated seiyuu in the industry: Atsushi Tamaru. Atsushi Tamaru KANJI 田丸篤志 BORN February 27, 1986 OCCUPATION seiyuu HEIGHT 172 cm Seiyuu Atsushi Tamaru was born in Hokkaido on February...

Seiyuu Digest #45 – Wataru Hatano

With almost 20 years of career on his shoulders, Hatano's shown his talents as a seiyuu, singer, radio MC and actor on multiple occasions. This month we take a look at the career of one of the most versatile and active seiyuu in the industry, Wataru Hatano.  Wataru Hatano KANJI: 羽多野 渉 BORN: March 13, 1982 OCCUPATION: seiyuu, singer, actor, radio host HEIGHT: 171cm Seiyuu Wataru Hatano...

Seiyuu Digest #44 – Kento Ito

For many, Kento Ito is still a name that doesn't ring a bell. The talented seiyuu made a late debut in the seiyuu industry however, that hasn't stopped him from constantly improving and proving everyone what he's capable of. This month we take a look at the career of the multi-talented, up-and-coming seiyuu. Seiyuu Kento Ito KANJI: 伊東健人 BORN: October 18, 1988 OCCUPATION: seiyuu, singer,...

Seiyuu Digest #43 – Takuya Sato

Owner of one of the sweetest bass voices in the industry, in his 30s and with over 10 years of career under his belt, the Sendai native has only recently been experiencing the well deserved spotlight. We take a look at one of the most passionate male seiyuu in the industry that, despite his newfound popularity thanks to idol/music franchises,...

Seiyuu Digest #39 – Soma Saito

Soma Saito Seiyuu digest
A rocker at heart, bookworm and passionate seiyuu, Soma Saito has risen from the unknown kid everyone doubted would make it in the seiyuu business back in 2013, to the man media, fans and music specialists are raving about.

Seiyuu Digest #36 – Genki Okawa

One of the most respected stage actors in Japan is none other than Genki Okawa. Mainly known as a stage actor, Okawa took a definitive plunge to the seiyuu business in 2013, ever since has been showing even more sides to his talented self. GENKI OKAWA KANJI 大河元気 BORN August 26, 1987 OCCUPATION actor (stage/musical), singer, seiyuu, MC  HEIGHT 168 cm Born Genki Oshikawa in Gamagouri, Aichi Prefecture, Japan, on 26 August 1987, Genki is...

Seiyuu Digest #3 – Mamoru Miyano

Seiyuu Digest #3 - Mamoru Miyano
This month the spotlight goes to multi-talented seiyuu, actor as well as superstar singer, Mamoru Miyano.






Review | RUBIA Leopard “Prisoner”

RUBIA Leopard go hard with Prisoner, their 1st entry in DIG-ROCK DUEL FES drama CD series.
Shouta Aoi BAD END cover

Review | Shouta Aoi “BAD END”

With BAD END, Shouta Aoi presents fans with fresh songs and unique vocal performances that are a clear improvement from last year's Harmony.


Inspired guitar riffs, powerful drums and memorable bass lines helped shape up the absolute banger that is GYROAXIA's SCATTER.
Soma Saito Petrichor cover

Review | Soma Saito “Petrichor”

Soma Saito's Petrichor will put your senses through a unique sonic experience filled with elegance, flair and maturity.
Yuma Uchida Over

Review | Yuma Uchida “Over”

Yuma Uchida really went for it, didn’t he? Explosive, impactful and fresh while still familiar, Over takes the throne as his best single to date.