Ryōko Shintani

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Ryōko Shintani (新谷良子 Shintani Ryōko?, born March 31, 1981 in Ishikawa Prefecture) is a voice actress and singer from Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan.[1][2][better source needed] She is under the Lantis and Vi-vo Recording Label and famous as the voice of Milfeulle Sakuraba in the Galaxy Angel Series.[3] She also sang along with Yukari Tamura, Miyuki Sawashiro, Mayumi Yamaguchi and Mika Kanai as the group Angel-Tai.

Voice roles[edit]

Work Character Start Date
Galaxy Angel Milfeulle Sakuraba[2] 2001-04-07
Eiken Mika 2003
Onegai Twins Haruko Shido 2003-07-15
Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch Pure Mikaru Amagi 2004-04-03
DearS Natsuki Ikuhara (幾原 菜月 Ikuhara Natsuki?) 2004-07-10
W Wish Haruhi Inohara (井ノ原春陽 Inohara Haruhi?) 2004-09-07
My-HiME Aoi Senō (瀬能 あおい Senō Aoi?)[2] 2004-09-30
Pani Poni Dash! Akira Miyata (宮田 晶 Miyata Akira?) 2005-07-03
My-Otome Aoi Senō (アオイ・セノー Aoi Senō?) 2005-10-06
Kage Kara Mamoru! Airi Sawagashi (沢菓 愛里 Sawagashi Airi?) 2006-01-07
Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl Jum Pu[2] 2006-01-11
Hime-sama Goyōjin Himeko Tsubaki[2] 2006-04-12
Gadget Trial Souka 2006-06-23
Red Garden Rachel Benning[2] 2006-10-22
Hidamari Sketch series Sae (沙英 Sae?)[2] 2007-01-11
Kaze no Stigma Miracle C 2007-04-13
Kenkō Zenrakei Suieibu Umishō Sanae Kise 2007-07-03
Sayonara Zetsubō Sensei Nami Hitō 2007-07-07
Kure-nai Yūno Hōzuki (崩月夕乃 Hōzuki Yūno?) 2008-04-03
Soul series Chai Xianghua 2008-07-29
Maria Holic Sachi Momoi 2009-01-05
The Sacred Blacksmith Elsa 2009-10-03
Rune Factory 3 Sakuya 2009-10-22
Arakawa Under the Bridge Tetsuro 2010-04-04
Amagami SS Rihoko Sakurai 2010-07-02
Koumajou Densetsu II: Yougen no Chingonka Chen, Marisa Kirisame 2010-12-30
Puella Magi Madoka Magica Hitomi Shizuki 2011-01-06
Hen Zemi Anta Katou 2011-04-08
Kaitō Tenshi Twin Angel: Kyun Kyun Tokimeki Paradise!! Salome 2011-07-05
The Big Bang Theory (Japanese dub) Penny
Amagami SS+ plus Rihoko Sakurai 2012-01-05
Joshiraku Uzannu Uzattei 2012-09-27
Love Lab Suzune Tanahashi 2013-07-04
Non Non Biyori Konomi Fujimiya 2013-10-07
Magica Wars Yuri Inuwashi 2014-04-08

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • 2003-08-27: Waga mama date show (ワガママ date show?)
  • 2003-09-26: Ai no Uta Dakara (あいのうただから?)
  • 2003-10-22: ray of sunshine
  • 2004-09-23: Koi no Kōzō/Trickster (恋の構造/トリックスター?)
  • 2004-11-26: Wonderstory/HAPPY END
  • 2005-03-02: Sekai de Ichiban Boku ga Suki! (世界でいちばんボクが好き!?) — theme song for Damekko Doubutsu anime TV series
  • 2005-10-05: Happiest Princess — opening theme for White Princess the second PS2 game
  • 2006-05-24: CANDY☆POP☆SWEET☆HEART — ending theme for Hime-sama Goyoujin anime TV series
  • 2007-06-27: The Lost Symphonies
  • 2008-05-21: crossing days - ending theme for Kure-nai anime TV series
  • 2008-10-22: Tsuki to Orgel (月とオルゴール?)
  • 2009-06-03: ReTIME
  • 2009-11-25: Piece of love
  • 2010-03-24: Magic Spell
  • 2010-10-06: HONEY TEE PARTY!
  • 2011-10-26: Euphoric Prayer
  • 2012-02-14: AUTOMATIC SENSATION
  • 2010-08-24: HOSHI

Albums[edit]

  • 2003-03-07: Pink no Bambi (ピンクのバンビ?)
  • 2004-04-28: Fancy Frill (ファンシー☆フリル?)
  • 2005-05-25: Pretty Good!
  • 2006-11-15: Sora ni Tokeru Niji to Kimi no Koe (空にとける虹と君の声?)
  • 2007-12-19: Wonderful World
  • 2009-02-18: Marching Monster
  • 2011-06-22: Unlocker
  • 2013-08-14: Blooming Line

Compilations[edit]

  • 2007-02-14: The Great bambi Pop Swindle
  • 2011-02-09: BEST BAMBI BOX

Other[edit]

  • 2004-12-22: chu→lip revolver (chu→lip☆リボルバー?)
  • 2005-07-21: LoveRevo Uhhyara CD - Tulip 'Ten' no maki (ラブリボうっひゃらCD ちゅーりっぷ「天」の巻?)
  • 2005-08-24: LoveRevo Uhhyara CD - Tulip 'Chi' no maki (ラブリボうっひゃらCD ちゅーりっぷ「地」の巻?)
  • 2005-10-26: LoveRevo Uhhyara CD - Tulip 'Jin' no maki (ラブリボうっひゃらCD ちゅーりっぷ「人」の巻?)
  • 2006-04-05: Otanjoubi CD LoveRevo ~hime to anata to obake-chan~ (おたんじょうびCD らぶりぼ~姫とあなたとおばけちゃん~?)

DVD[edit]

  • 2005-06-29: Happy Happy Smile '05 chu→lip Quest (はっぴぃ・はっぷぃ・すまいる'05 chu→lip☆くぇすと?)
  • 2005-12-21: Happy Happy Smile '05 chu→lip Legend (はっぴぃ・はっぷぃ・すまいる'05 chu→lip*Legend?)
  • 2007-06-27: Happy Happy Smile '07 chu→lip Army (はっぴぃ・はっぷぃ・すまいる'07 chu→lip*ARMY?)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Doi, Hitoshi. "Shintani Ryouko". Seiyuu Database. July 30, 2010. Archived by WebCite July 31, 2010.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Nakagami, Yoshikattsu; Yoshida, Moichi; Onitsuka, Kanako; Nishimoto, Keiko. "Voice Actress Spotlight: Yuna Inamura & Ryoko Shintani". Newtype USA. 6 (4) pp. 112–113. April 2007. ISSN 1541-4817.
  3. ^ "新谷良子 声優・ナレーター事務所 ビーボ" (in Japanese). Vi-vo. Retrieved October 24, 2011. 

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