Junko Minagawa

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Junko Minagawa
Native name 皆川 純子
Born (1975-11-22) November 22, 1975 (age 39)
Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, Japan
Occupation Voice actress, singer
Agent Haikyo
Notable credit(s) The Prince of Tennis as Ryoma Echizen
Musical career
Genres Anison
Instruments Vocals
Associated acts King, Daiki Sound

Junko Minagawa (皆川 純子 Minagawa Junko?, born November 22, 1975 in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki) is a Japanese voice actress affiliated with Haikyo. Her best-known role is Ryoma Echizen, the title character in The Prince of Tennis anime series. She sang some of the show's theme songs, insert songs, and character singles, some of which have charted in Oricon's single rankings. Other major roles include Ayaka Yukihiro in the Negima series, Akira in Aria, Cao Chun Yan in Fighting Beauty Wulong, Cornelia Li Britannia in Code Geass, Khamsin in Shakugan no Shana, Yoshitaka Nakabayashi in He Is My Master, and Yun in Akatsuki no Yona.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Series Role Notes Source[1][2][3]
2003–present The Prince of Tennis Ryoma Echizen [4][5]
2003 .hack//Legend of the Twilight Shugo Kunisaki
2003 The World of Narue Kanaka Nanase
2003 Croket Wiener
2003 Godannar Shinobu Saruwatari
2003 Uninhabited Planet Survive! Shingo [6]
2003 Requiem from the Darkness Yanagi Onna [6]
2003 Full-Blast Science Adventure – So That's How It Is Yukio [6]
2004 Chrono Crusade Joshua Christopher [6]
2004 Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch Mikeru
2004 Daphne in the Brilliant Blue
2004 Space Symphony Maetel Oriba [6]
2004 Fantastic Children Thomas , Soran (10 years old) [6]
2005 Negima!: Magister Negi Magi Ayaka Yukihiro [6]
2005 Jinki: Extend Mel J. Vanette [6]
2005 Trinity Blood Ion Fortuna [6]
2005 Loveless (manga) Ritsuka Aoyagi [6]
2005 Fushigiboshi no Futagohime Eclipse
2005 He Is My Master Yoshitaka Nakabayashi
2005 Strawberry Marshmallow Sasatsuka, Ana's mother [6]
2005–08 Aria series Akira E. Ferrari [6][7]
2006 Fighting Beauty Wulong Xiao Chun Yan [6]
2006 Black Cat Leon Elliott and Silphy
2006 Tactical Roar Kanshu Shimabara
2006 Shakugan no Shana series Khamsin Meeko Nbh'w
2006 Saru Get You -On Air- Hiroki
2006 Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle Ryuuou [6]
2006 Fighting Beauty Wulong Soshunyo
2006 Negima!? Ayaka Yukihiro [6]
2006 Strain: Strategic Armored Infantry Melchisedec
2006 Shōnen Onmyōji Genbu
2006 Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple Shiratori
2006 Code Geass Cornelia Li Britannia
2007 Bokurano Jun Ushiro
2007 Duel Masters Hakuho
2007 Treasure Gaust Norihito
2007 Sakura Wars: New York NY Sajiita Wineburg [6]
2008 Tytania Miranda Casimir
2009 Pandora Hearts Oz Vessalius
2009 Basquash! Slash Keenz [6]
2009 Jewelpet Domajo
2009 A Certain Scientific Railgun Kounoe Haruki [6]
2010 Digimon Fusion Riborumon
2013 Arata: The Legend Kanate [6]
2013 Hyperdimension Neptunia the Animation Underling [6]
2014 Akatsuki no Yona: Yona of the Dawn Yun [8]
2015 Aria the Avvenire Akira E. Ferrari [7]


Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
2001 Tokimeki Memorial 3: Yakusoku no Ano Basho de Serika Shinjo PS2 [6]
2004 Remember 11: The Age of Infinity Yuni Kusuda PS2 [6]
2005 Nana Nana Osaki PS2 [6]
2005 Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love Sagiitta Weinberg
2006 Fighting Beauty Wulong Xiao Chun Yan PS2 [6]
Mahou Sensei Negima 1Jikanme Ayaka Yukihiro PS2 [6]


Overseas dubbing[edit]

List of voice dub performances in overseas productions
Series Role Notes Source[1]
Alcatraz Rebecca Madsen
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Riley season 9
Hey Arnold!: The Movie Arnold
Lie to Me Ria Torres
Predators Isabelle Voice dub for Alice Braga


Discography[edit]

Drama CD[edit]

List of voice performances in drama CDs
Series Role Notes Source[1][9]
Almighty X 10 [6]
Anime Store Manager B
Aria series Akira
Ashitahe Strike
Code Geass [6]
Fookies
Godannar [6]
Hayate X Blade Mikado Akira [6]
Jinki: Akaban
Kamiyomi [10]
Kimi to Boku Yuki
Korega Watashino Goshujin-sama [6]
Loveless
Negima [6]
Pearls of Mermaid
Remember 11 [6]
Rosen Kreuz Albion Knight
Sakura Wars [6]
Shakugan no Shana
Shonen Onmyoji series [6]
Sword World Heppoko Boukentai [6]
Vie Durant
The World of Narue

Other recordings[edit]

  • Minna Genki by Junko Minagawa, Ryo Hirohashi and Friends[11]

Singles[edit]

No. Release date Title Catalog No. Peak position[12]
1st June 4, 2003 "Say Hello"[13] KICM-1072
2nd April 21, 2004 "Truth/Darkness of chaos"[14] KICM-1104
3rd January 26, 2005 "Endless way"[15] KICM-1128
4th February 22, 2006[16] "Deja Vu" KICM-1160 129
5th January 24, 2007 "Shout It Loud"[17] KICM-1193 115
6th March 14, 2008 "Forever & ever"[18] DAKYAMS-1

Character singles[edit]

Release date Title Catalog No. Peak position[12]
April 8, 2015 "Yakusoku now and forever"
約束-now and forever-
by Ryoma Echizen[19]
NECM-10222 45
April 30, 2008 "Ichigan ~2008 version~"
Ichigan ~2008バージョン~
by Ryoma Echizen[20]
NECM-10105 52
May 9, 2012 "Still"
by Ryoma Echizen[21]
NECM-10178 42
August 6, 2008 "Across My Line"
by Ryoma Echizen[22]
NECM-10110 61
May 1, 2003 "future/White line C"
by Ryoma Echizen[23]
NECM-10002  
September 26, 2007 "Wonder Land"
by Ryoma Echizen[24]
NECM-10075 45
December 16, 2006 "Everything"
by Ryoma Echizen[25]
NECM-10056 49
August 18, 2004 "Minna Kokoni Ita ~2004.8.18 live memorial version~"
ミンナココニイタ-2004.8.18 ライヴメモリアルヴァージョン-"
by Ryoma Echizen[26]
NECM-10013  
April 28, 2004 "Dreaming on the Radio"
by Ryoma Echizen[27]
NECM-10004  
July 3, 2002 "Rising ~The Best of Seigaku Players~
by Ryoma Echizen (Junko Minagawa)[28]
NECM-11001  
September 23, 2004 "Negima! Mahora Academy Middle School 2-A December: Ayaka Yukihiro
"ネギま!麻帆良学園中等部2-A 12月:雪広あやか"
by Ayaka Yukihiro (Junko Minagawa)[29]
KICM-3057  

Albums[edit]

No. Release date Title Catalog No. Peak position[30]
1st August 23, 2003 Future of Blue[31] KICA-1303
2nd April 27, 2005 Aikotoba
アイコトバ[32][33]
KICA-1363
3rd May 10, 2007 Vitamin J
ビタミンJ[34]
YAMA-0001 280
4th November 22, 2007 My Journey[35] YAMA-0002

Character albums[edit]

Release date Title Catalog No. Peak position[30]
March 5, 2003 Cool E
by Ryoma Echizen[36][37]
NECA-30080  
July 7, 2004 SR
by Ryoma Echizen[38]
NECA-50001/2  
December 24, 2005 Progress
by Ryoma Echizen[39]
NECA-20021 55
May 13, 2009 J
by Ryoma Echizen[40]
NECA-30246 62
December 24, 2012 Ryoma
by Ryoma Echizen[41]
NECA-30294 93

Compilation albums[edit]

Release date Title Catalog No. Peak position[30]
January 24, 2008 Minagawa Junko no Vitamin R+ Vol. 1[42] DAKYAMA-5  
January 24, 2008 Minagawa Junko no Vitamin R+ Vol. 2[43] DAKYAMA-6  
January 24, 2008 Minagawa Junko no Vitamin R+ Vol. 3[44] DAKYAMA-7  


References[edit]

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  10. ^ "CDJapan : Kamiyomi Drama CD (Junko Minagawa, Miyu Irino, Kouji Yusa, et al.) CD Album". CDJapan. Retrieved July 27, 2015. 
  11. ^ "CDJapan : Minna Genki Junko Minagawa & Ryo Hirohashi with Friends CD Maxi". CDJapan. Retrieved July 27, 2015. 
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  14. ^ "Truth/Darkness of chaos". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  15. ^ "Endless way". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  16. ^ "Dvjp Vu". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  17. ^ "Shout It Loud". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  18. ^ "CDJapan : FOREVER & EVER Junko Minagawa CD Maxi". CDJapan. Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  19. ^ "-now and forever-". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  20. ^ "ICHIGAN~2008バージョン~". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  21. ^ "Still". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  22. ^ "ACROSS MY LINE". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  23. ^ "future/WHITE LINE arrange C". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  24. ^ "Wonder Land". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  25. ^ "Everything". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  26. ^ "ミンナココニイタ-2004.8.18 ライヴメモリアルヴァージョン-". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  27. ^ "Dreaming on the Radio". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  28. ^ "Rising The Best of Seigaku Players – Ryoma Echizen". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  29. ^ "ネギま!麻帆良学園中等部2-A 12月:雪広あやか". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  30. ^ a b c "皆川純子のアルバム売上ランキング" [Minagawa Junko Album Sales Rankings]. Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
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  36. ^ "cool E". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  37. ^ "CDJapan : cool E (Prince of Tennis Character CD) Ryoma Echizen (Junko Minagawa) CD Album". CDJapan. Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  38. ^ "SR". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  39. ^ "PROGRESS". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  40. ^ "J". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  41. ^ "RYOMA". Oricon Style (in Japanese). Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  42. ^ "Minagawa Junko no Vitamin R+ Vol.1 (Japan Version) CD - Image Album, Minagawa Junko". YesAsia. Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  43. ^ "Junko Minagawa no Vitamin R+ Vol. 2 V.A. CD Album". CDJapan. Retrieved July 28, 2015. 
  44. ^ "Minagawa Junko no Vitamin R+ Vol.3 (Japan Version) CD - Minagawa Junko work=YesAsia". Retrieved July 28, 2015. 

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