Aki Toyosaki

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Aki Toyosaki
Native name 豊崎 愛生
Born (1986-10-28) October 28, 1986 (age 27)
Tokushima Prefecture, Japan
Occupation Voice actress, singer
Years active 2006–present
Website
http://www.toyosakiaki.com/

Aki Toyosaki (豊崎 愛生 Toyosaki Aki?, born October 28, 1986) is a Japanese voice actress and singer from Tokushima Prefecture, Japan.[1][2] She had her first major voice acting roles in 2007, voicing Amuro Ninagawa in Kenkō Zenrakei Suieibu Umishō and Su in Shugo Chara!. She was named "Best New Actress" at the 4th Seiyu Awards in 2010 for her role as Yui Hirasawa in K-On! and Kana Nakamachi in Kanamemo, and would receive the "Best Lead Actress" and "Best Personality" awards at the 5th Seiyu Awards in 2011.

Her career as a musician began with her performance of the opening and ending themes of the anime series K-On! in April 2009. In the same month, she and three other voice actresses debuted as the musical group Sphere with their single "Future Stream". Later, K-On! '​s ending theme was given Animation Kobe's "Best Song" award. She released her first solo single "love your life" in October 2009, and has since released two albums and eleven singles that have placed in the top 20 of Oricon's weekly charts. She was awarded "Best Musical Performance" at the 4th Seiyu Awards for her performance on the K-On! mini-album Hōkago Tea Time with four other actresses.

Acting career[edit]

Toyosaki had her first major role as voice actor in 2007, providing the voice of Amuro Ninagawa, the main character of the anime series Kenkō Zenrakei Suieibu Umishō.[3] She was then featured in Minami-ke and Shugo Chara! as Yoshino and Su, respectively.[4][5] In 2008, Toyosaki reprised the two roles in Minami-ke: Okawari and Shugo Chara!! Doki—.[6][7] She is also the voice of Charlotte in the new movie adaptations of Kentaro Miura's dark-fantasy manga Berserk.[8]

She went on to voice Najimi Tenkūji in the 2009 series Akikan! and held the leading role in K-On!, providing the voice of protagonist Yui Hirasawa.[9][10] She later took the roles of Koyoi Bessho, in First Love Limited, and Kana Nakamachi, the protagonist of Kanamemo.[11][12] In Minami-ke: Okaeri, she reprised her role as Yoshino a second time.[13] In 2012, she voiced Chiyuri Kurashima in Accel World,[14] and title character Medaka Kurokami in the two seasons of the high school anime Medaka Box.[15] In 2013, she voiced Kon, the main character's shikigami, in Tokyo Ravens.[16] In 2014, she voiced Seitenshi in Black Bullet,[17] and was the third gender main character Izana Shinatose in Knights of Sidonia,[18] which was also broadcast as a Netflix-exclusive series.[19]

In addition to voice acting, Toyosaki has also appeared on camera. Her first acting job was on Shikoku Broadcasting's informational variety show Saturday Naisho!! (土曜はナイショ!! Doyō  ha Naisho!!?) from 2003 to 2004.[20] She, Ayahi Takagaki, Haruka Tomatsu, and Minako Kotobuki appeared twice on the Anime Song Plus (アニソンぷらす Anison Purasu?) television show as the musical group Sphere on April 20, 2009, and July 27, 2009.[21] During its run in July 2009, Toyosaki also narrated the show.[22] At the 2010 Seiyu Awards, she was named as a "Best New Actress" for her role as Yui Hirasawa and Kana Nakamachi.[23] At the 2011 Seiyu Awards, she won Best Lead Actress for her work in K-ON!! and Best Personality for her work on Radion!!, Pl@net Sphere, and Toyosaki Aki no Okaeri Radi[24]

In Animage's annual Anime Grand Prix awards, Toyosaki placed first overall for Best Voice Actor in 2009. Her character Yui Hirasawa also placed first overall among Best Characters.[25] She would also place tenth overall in 2012.[26] and eighth overall in 2014,[27]

Musical career[edit]

Toyosaki's first musical performance was with fellow voice actress Eri Kitamura on the Minami-ke Weather (みなみけ びより Minami-ke Biyori?) image song CD on April 23, 2008.[28] She then performed the opening and ending themes of the 2009 anime series K-On!, "Cagayake! Girls" and "Don't say 'lazy'" respectively, with voice actresses Yōko Hikasa, Satomi Satō, and Minako Kotobuki.[10] Both themes were released as singles on April 22, 2009.[29] The "Cagayake! Girls" single sold about 62,000 copies during its debut week, ranking fourth on Oricon's latest weekly singles chart, while the "Don't say 'lazy' " single sold about 67,000 copies during its debut week, placing second on the chart.[30] The opening and ending singles remained on the chart during the week of April 27 to May 3, falling to sixth and fifth, while selling an additional 19,963 and 22,094 copies.[31] On June 23, 2009, "Don't say 'lazy'" was awarded Animation Kobe's "Best Song" award.[32]

Toyosaki then performed the opening theme of the 2009 First Love Limited series, titled "Future Stream" with Ayahi Takagaki, Haruka Tomatsu, and Minako Kotobuki.[33] Shortly after, the four formed the musical group Sphere. They are affiliated with Music Ray'n, an artist management and publishing group of Sony Music Entertainment Japan.[34][35] The theme was released as the group's first single on April 22, 2009.[33]

Toyosaki, Hikasa, Satō, and Kotobuki performed the insert song, a song that occurs within the episodes of the anime, "Fuwa Fuwa Time" for K-On!. It was released as a single on May 20, 2009.[29] On June 17, 2009, Toyosaki released a K-On! image song single named after her K-On! character Yui Hirasawa. The single ranked third on Oricon's weekly singles chart during the week of June 15 to 21, selling 31,384 copies.[36]

Shortly after, Toyosaki, Kaoru Mizuhara, and Rie Kugimiya performed "Heart Connected to You", the opening theme of Kanamemo, which was released August 5, 2009.[37] On June 25, 2009, she provided the narration of a television advertisement for the performance of "Blue Feather", a single by the musical group Binecks.[38] The First Love Limited Character File Vol. 3 image album, released July 23, 2009, includes a song featuring Toyosaki.[39] In July, the anime series Sora no Manimani debuted with the Sphere performed opening theme "Super Noisy Nova", which was released as a single on July 29, 2009.[40] Toyosaki, Hikasa, Satomi Satō, Kotobuki and Ayana Taketatsu performed on K-On! '​s Hōkago Tea Time (放課後ティータイム lit. "After School Tea Time"?) mini-album released July 22, 2009.[23][41] The mini-album sold over 67,000 copies to debut at the number one spot on Oricon's latest weekly album chart. It is the first album credited to fictional anime characters to do so.[42] On October 27, 2009, Toyosaki released her first solo single "love your life".[43] Sphere released their third single "It Raises the Wind/Brave my heart" on November 25, 2009.[44] The group released their first album A.T.M.O.S.P.H.E.R.E on December 23, 2009.[45]

After, the group performed the opening theme of Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaō, "REALOVE:REALIFE", which began airing in April 2010.[46] The theme was released as a single April 21, 2010.[47] Sphere next performed on the first day of Animelo Summer Live 2010, at Saitama Super Arena on August 28, 2010.[48] At the 2010 Seiyu Awards, Toyosaki and her collaborators were awarded "Best Musical Performance" for their performance on Hōkago Tea Time.[23] On May 28, 2010, Toyosaki released her second solo single, titled "Looking for Me".[49] In July 2010, the Asobi ni Ikuyo: Bombshells from the Sky anime series began airing with "Now loading...SKY!!" by Sphere as its opening theme. The theme was later released as a single on July 28, 2010.[50] In October, the Otome Yōkai Zakuro anime premiered with Sphere's "MOON SIGNAL" as the opening theme. Toyosaki's voice is also featured in "Junjō Masquerade" (純情マスカレイド "Pure Heart Masquerade"?), one of the series' three ending themes. "MOON SIGNAL" was released as a single on October 20, 2010, and "Junjō Masquerade" was released with the other endings on November 24, 2010.[51][52] Toyosaki was the fourth top-selling voice actress in 2011.[53]

Filmography[edit]

2003
  • Saturday Naisho!!: Herself[20]
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014

Tokusatsu[edit]

2012

Discography[edit]

Solo singles[edit]

Title Release date Chart positions Oricon sales Album
Oricon
Weekly
Singles
Chart
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[110]
First
week
Total
"love your life"[43][111][112] October 28, 2009 12 - 6,999 9,233 Love your life, love my life
"Boku wo Sagashite" (ぼくを探して lit. "What I'm Looking For"?)[113][114][115][116][117] May 26, 2010 11 86 10,865 13,768
“Dill"[118][119][120][121][122] November 10, 2010 14 85 11,504 15,209
"Shun Pu" (春風 SHUN PU?, lit. "Spring Breeze")[123][124][125][126] April 13, 2011 5 56 12,453 15,789
"Music"[127][128][129][130] January 25, 2012 12 77 - - Love Letters
"Shirotsumekusa" (シロツメクサ?, lit. "White Clover") [131][132][133][134] May 23, 2012 20 98 - -
"Orion to Supankoru" (オリオンとスパンコール?, lit. "Orion and Spangles")[135][136][137][138] December 19, 2012 10 66 - -
"flip flop" (フリップ フロップ Furippu furoppu?)[139][140][141][142] May 22, 2013 18 66 - -
“Cheeky”[143][144][145] August 28, 2013 16 86 - -
”Delight" (ディライト Diraito?)[146][147] March 19, 2014 17 - - - -
"Kanae Tamae" ( 叶えたまえ ?)[148][149][150][151] July 9, 2014 11 70 5,307 5,758 -
”Portrait" (ポートレイト?) November 12, 2014 - - - - -

Solo albums[edit]

Title Release date Chart positions Oricon sales
Oricon
Weekly
Singles
Chart
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[110]
First
week
Total
love your life, love my life[152][153][154][155] June 1, 2011 7 7 22,447 -
Love letters[156][157][158] September 25, 2013 13 12 - -

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