Ami Koshimizu

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Ami Koshimizu
Ami Koshimizu (小清水亜美) from acrofan.jpg
Ami Koshimizu in November 2008
Native name 小清水 亜美
Born (1986-02-15) February 15, 1986 (age 29)
Kokubunji, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation
Years active 2003–present
Agent Axl One
Notable credit(s) Code Geass as Kallen Stadtfeld
Kill la Kill as Ryuko Matoi
Musical career
Genres J-pop, anison
Instruments Vocals
Labels Columbia
Website columbia.jp/koshimizuami

Ami Koshimizu (小清水 亜美 Koshimizu Ami?, born February 15, 1986)[1][2] is a Japanese voice actress affiliated with Axl One management. She was born in Kokubunji, Tokyo.[2] She was previously represented by Production Baobab until 2011.[3][4][5][6] She voices in a number of lead roles in Japanese anime including: Nadja Applefield in Ashita no Nadja, Leonmitchelli Galette Des Rois in Dog Days, Yumi Hoshino in KimiKiss: Pure Rouge, Takuto Hasegawa in Magician's Academy, Nanaka Yatsushiro in Myself ; Yourself, Himari Noihara in Omamori Himari, Sailor Jupiter in Sailor Moon Crystal, Nodoka Haramura in Saki, Tenma Tsukamoto in School Rumble, Holo in Spice and Wolf, and Hibiki Hojo (Cure Melody) in Suite PreCure. In 2007, she was awarded Best Actress in a supporting role at the 1st Seiyu Awards for her role as Kallen Stadtfeld in Code Geass.[7] In 2014, she visited Anime Expo as a guest of honor to promote Kill la Kill as starring character Ryuko Matoi.[8] In video games she voices Agnès Oblige in Bravely Default, Ibuki Mioda in Danganronpa, Mai Shiranui in The King of Fighters XIII, Mist in Rune Factory, Rimurisu in Tears to Tiara, Rinka in the Atelier series, Roza Ushiromiya in Umineko: When They Cry, Tsuruhime in Sengoku Basara, and Yukiko Amagi in Persona 4.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[9]
2003 Ashita no Nadja Nadja Applefield [10]
2003 Gunslinger Girl Claes [10][11]
2004–05 Futari wa Pretty Cure series Natsuko Koshino Also Max Heart [10]
2004–07 Onegai My Melody series Miki Sakurazuka [10]
2004 Sweet Valerian Kanoko [10][11]
2004–06 School Rumble series Tenma Tsukamoto [10][11]
2004–05 Futakoi Sumireko Ichijō Also Alternative [10]
2005 Eureka Seven Anemone [10]
2005 Immortal Grand Prix Yuri Jinno [10]
2005 My-Otome Nina Wáng [10]
2006 Lemon Angel Project Saya Yuuki [10][11]
2006 Simoun Paraietta [10]
2006 Kamisama Kazoku Tenko [10][11]
2006 Muteki Kanban Musume Megumi Kannazuki [10]
2006–08 Code Geass series Kallen Stadtfeld [7][10][11][12]
2006 Kujibiki Unbalance Ritsuko Kübel Kettenkrad [10][11]
2007–09 My-Otome Zwei Nina Wong OVA [10]
2007 Keitai Shoujo Ichiru Mishima web series
2007 Aika R-16: Virgin Mission Aika Sumeragi OVA series [13]
2007 Myself ; Yourself Nanaka Yatsushiro [10][11]
2007 KimiKiss: Pure Rouge Yūmi Hoshino [10][11]
2008 H2O: Footprints in the Sand Takuma Hirose [10][11]
2008–09 Spice and Wolf series Holo [10][14][15]
2008–09 My-Otome 0~S.ifr~ Sifr Fran OVA [10][16]
2008–15 Strike Witches series Charlotte E. Yeager [10][11][17]
2008 Magician's Academy Takuto Hasegawa [10][11]
2009 Maria-sama ga Miteru Kanako Hosokawa season 4 [10]
2009 The Girl Who Leapt Through Space Mintao [10][11]
2009 Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom Mio Fujieda [10]
2009 Tears to Tiara Limwris [10][11]
2009–14 Saki series Nodoka Haramura [10][11]
2009 GA Geijutsuka Art Design Class Mizubuchi [10][11]
2009 Sora no Manimani Fumie Kotozuka [10][11]
2009 Umineko: When They Cry Rosa Ushiromiya [10][11]
2009 Aika Zero Aika Sumeragi OVA series [10][13]
2009–10 Tegami Bachi Aria Link Also Reverse [10]
2009 Natsu no Arashi! Umeyashiki [10]
2010 Ladies versus Butlers! Sanae Shikikagami [10][11]
2010 Omamori Himari Himari Noihara [10][11]
2010–11 Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan Sasami [10][11]
2010 Psychic Detective Yakumo Nao Saito [10]
2010 Star Driver Keito Nichi [10]
2010–13 Hyakka Ryōran series Charles d'Artagnan [10][18]
2011 Rio: Rainbow Gate Irina Tachibana [10][11]
2011 Freezing Ingrid Bernstein [10]
2011 Suite PreCure Hibiki Hojo (Cure Melody) [10][19]
2011–15 Dog Days series Leonmichelli Galette des Rois [10][11][20][21]
2011 Gin Tama' Sayaka Otakai
2011 The World God Only Knows Kusunoki Kasuga season 2 [10][11]
2011 Nyanpire the Animation Nyanpire [10][22]
2011 The Mystic Archives of Dantalian Flamberge [10]
2011–12 Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere series Tomo Asama [10][11][23]
2011 Persona 4 Yukiko Amagi [10][11][24]
2011 Mobile Suit Gundam AGE Arisa Gunhale
2011 Busou Chuugakusei Basket Army
ja:武装中学生
Toko Natori web series [25]
2012 Is This a Zombie? Of the dead Naegleria "Nene" Nebiros [10]
2012 Medaka Box Fue Yobuko [10][11]
2012 Jormungand series Schokolade [10]
2012 Hyoka Midori Yamanishi [10][11]
2012 Nakaimo - My Sister Is Among Them! Ikusu Mizutani [10][11]
2013 Maoyu Mao [10][26][27]
2013 Seitokai no Ichizon Lv. 2 Asuka Matsubara [10][28][29]
2013 Devil Survivor 2: The Animation Hinako Kujou [10][30][31]
2013 Yondemasuyo, Azazel-san Mayu Hanasaki [10]
2013 A Certain Scientific Railgun S Shizuri Mugino [10][11]
2013 Kill la Kill Ryuko Matoi [10][11][32][33]
2013 Gingitsune Hiwako Funabashi [10][34]
2014 D-Frag! Minami Osawa Also theme song [10][35]
2014 Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions Natsumi Tokugawa (fake Morisawa) [10][11]
2014 Black Bullet Miori Shiba [10][11]
2014 Soul Eater Not! Shaula [10]
2014 Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky Rinka [10][36]
2014 Ane Log: Moyako Neesan no Tomaranai
ja:姉ログ 靄子姉さんの止まらないモノローグ
Moyako Konoe OVA series [37][38][39]
2014 Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement Tsuruhime [10][40]
2014–15 Sailor Moon Crystal Makoto Kino / Sailor Jupiter TV series [10][41][42]
2014 Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya series Caren Hortensia Starting from 2wei [10][43]
2014 Persona 4: The Golden Animation Yukiko Amagi [44][45][46]
2014 Renai Senka -The Special Class of Love- Yukio Takabayashi "Manga 2.5" motion-animated comic [47]
2014 Cross Ange Ersha [10][11][48]
2015 Yurikuma Arashi Konomi Yurikawa [10][11][49]
2015 Gangsta. Constance Raveau [10][50]
2015 Himouto! Umaru-chan Manager Kanau [51]
2016 Divine Gate Ifrit [10]
2016 Gate: Jieitai Kanochi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri - Enryuu-hen Tyuule


Film[edit]

List of voice performances in feature films
Year Title Role Notes Source[9]
2009 Hells Kiki [10]
2009 Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser Yui Uehara [10]
2009 Eureka Seven: Pocketful of Rainbows Anemone [10]
2009 Ring of Gundam Beauty short film resume
2009 The Rebirth of Buddha
仏陀再誕
Sayoko Amakawa [10][52]
2011 Pretty Cure All-Stars DX3 Mirai ni Todoke! Sekai o Tsunagu Niji-Iro no Hana Hibiki Hojo (Cure Melody) [10]
2011 Suite Precure The Movie: Take it back! The Miraculous Melody that Connects Hearts! Hibiki Hojo (Cure Melody) [10][19]
2012 Strike Witches: The Movie Charlotte E. Yeager [10]
2012 Pretty Cure All-Stars New Stage: Mirai no Tomodachi Hibiki Hojo (Cure Melody) [10]
2012 Shiranpuri
しらんぷり
Yaragase [10]
2013 Star Driver: The Movie Keito Nichi [10]
2014 Pretty Cure All-Stars New Stage 3: Eien no Tomodachi Hibiki Hojo (Cure Melody) [10]
2015 Pretty Cure All Stars: Spring Carnival♪ Hibiki Hojo (Cure Melody) [10]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[9]
2004 Futakoi Sumireko Ichijo PS1/PS2 [10]
2005 Futakoi Alternative: Koi to Shōjo to Machine Gun Sumireko Ichijo PS1/PS2 [10]
2005 School Rumble: Anesan Jiken Desu! Tenma Tsukamoto PSP [10]
2005 School Rumble Tenma Tsukamoto PS1/PS2 [10]
2006–08 True Tears Hikari Ogasawara [10]
2006 KimiKiss Yūmi Hoshino PS1/PS2 [10][11]
2006 School Rumble Ni-Gakki Tenma Tsukamoto PS1/PS2 [10]
2006 Mai Otome: Otome Butoshi
舞-乙HiME 乙女舞闘史!!
Nina Wong PS1/PS2 [10]
2007 Kujibiki Unbalance: Kaichō Onegai Smash Fight Ritsuko Kübel Kettenkrad PS1/PS2 [10]
2007 Another Century's Episode 3: The Final Anemone PS1/PS2
Character from Eureka Seven
[10][11]
2007 Ar Tonelico II: Melody of Metafalica 瑠珈・トゥルーリーワース/るか PS1/PS2 [10]
2007 Myself ; Yourself Nanaka Yatsushiro PS1/PS2 [10]
2008 Spice and Wolf: One year of me and Holo
狼と香辛料 ボクとホロの一年
Holo DS [10]
2008 Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 Yukiko Amagi Also Golden in 2012 [10][11][24]
2008 Tears to Tiara: Garland of the Earth Rimurisu PS3 [10]
2008 Rune Factory Frontier Mist Wii [10][11]
2008 Tartaros Online Elphintos
2009 Myself ; Yourself: Sorezore no Finale Nanaka Yatsushiro PS1/PS2 [10]
2009–10 Dream Club Amane Also Portable [10][11]
2009 Spice and Wolf: Umi wo Wataru Fu
狼と香辛料 海を渡る風
Holo DS [10]
2009 Strike Witches: Aoi no Dengekisen - Shin Taichou Funtousuru! Charlotte E. Yeager DS [10]
2009 Atelier Lina: The Alchemist of Strahl Lina Atelier DS [10]
2010 Sakir Portable Nodoka Haramura PSP [10]
2010 Strike Witches: Anata to Dekiru Koto - A Little Peaceful Days Charlotte E. Yeager PS1/PS2 [10]
2010 The King of Fighters XIII Mai Shiranui game [53]
2010 Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes Tsuruhime [10][11]
2010 Strike Witches: Hakugin no Tsubasa Charlotte E. Yeager X-Box360 [10]
2010 Another Century's Episode: R Kallen Stadtfeld PS3 [10]
2010 Strike Witches 2: Iyasu Naosu Punipunisuru Charlotte E. Yeager DS [10]
2010 Umineko no Naku Koro ni: Majo to Suiri no Rondo Roza Ushiromiya PS3 [10]
2011 Dream Club Zero Amane X-Box360 [10]
2011 Star Driver: Kagayaki no Takuto - Ginga Bishounen Densetsu Nichi Kate (Ivuronyu)
ニチ・ケイト(イヴローニュ)
PSP [10]
2011 Queen's Gate: Spiral Chaos Mai Shiranui PSP [10][54]
2011 Sengoku Basara 3: Party (戦国BASARA3宴 Sengokaru Basara 3: Utage?) Tsuruhime [10]
2011 Umineko no Naku Koro ni Chiru: Shinjitsu to Gensō no Nocturne Roza Ushiromiya PS3 [10]
2012 Mobile Suit Gundam AGE Arisa Gunhale PSP
Both Universe Accel and Cosmic Drive
[10]
2012 Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Agnès Oblige 3DS [10]
2012 Girl Friend Beta Juri Furuya [10]
2012 Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity Mijumaru [55]
2013 Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere Portable Tomo Asama PSP [10]
2013 Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky Rinka PS3 [10][36]
2013 Super Robot Wars Operation Extend Kallen Stadtfeld PSP [10]
2013 Saki Achiga-hen episode of Side-A Portable Nodoka Haramura PSP [10]
2013 Bravely Default: For the Sequel Agnès Oblige 3DS [10]
2014–15 Sengoku Basara 4 Tsuruhime Also Sumeragi [10]
2014 Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth Yukiko Amagi 3DS [10]
2014 Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea Rinka PS3 [10]
2014 Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Yukiko Amagi PS3 [10]
2014 Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Holo from Spice and Wolf [10][56]
2015 Persona 4: Dancing All Night Yukiko Amagi Vita [10][57]
2015 Saki Zenkoku-hen Nodoka Haramura Other [10]


Audio performances[edit]

List of voice performances in audio recordings and radio
Title Role Notes Source[9]
Code Geass Karen Drama CD [11]
Dog Days Leonmicheli Galette de Rois Drama CD [11]
Dragon Nest Drama CD:Prelude unmei no mezame
ドラゴンネスト ドラマCD「プレリュード~運命の目覚め~」
ネイエル Drama CD [10]
Ebiten: Kōritsu Ebisugawa Kōkō Tenmonbu Kyōko Todayama Drama CD [10]
Idolmaster Xenoglossia Takatsuki Yayoi Drama CD [11]
Lucky Star Kagami Hiiragi Drama CD [10][11]
Nakaimo: Dorama CD kono natsu ni ikutsu ka, omoide ga aru!
この中に1人、妹がいる! ドラマCD この夏にいくつか、思い出がある!
水谷衣楠 Drama CD [10]
Omamori Himari Himari Drama CD [11]
The Girl Who Leapt Through Space Mintao Drama CD [11]
Ane Log: Moyako Neesan no Tomaranai
ja:姉ログ 靄子姉さんの止まらないモノローグ
Moyako Konoe Drama CD [58]
MC Akushizu Drama CD Bishoujo Heiki F-X ha Ore no Yome! Shall Drama CD [11]
D-Frag! Drama CD [59]


Dubbing roles[edit]

List of dub performances in overseas productions
Title Role Voice dub for / Notes Source[9]
Barbie: The Princess & the Popstar Princess Tori
Big Gil Da-ran Lee Min-jung
Cold Case Sarah Blake
CSI: Miami Shea Williamson season 9
CSI: Miami Tara Price season 7
Dragonball Evolution Chi Chi (Dragon Ball) Jamie Chung [60]
Little Princess Princess
The King of Fighters Mai Shiranui Maggie Q
The Pretty One Laurel Audrey Zoe Kazan
RWBY Yang Xiao Long Barbara Dunkelman [61]


Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album information Oricon[62]
Peak
position
Natural (ナチュラル?)
  • Released: March 22, 2006
  • Label: Nippon Columbia
  • Catalog No.: COZX-204/5[63]
187


Character singles and albums[edit]

List of character singles and albums with selected chart positions
Title Album information Oricon[64]
Peak
position
TVアニメ「境界線上のホライゾン」演目披露(ザ・レパートリー)第3弾
(TV Anime Horizon on the Middle of Nowhere repertoire showcase (The repertoire) 3rd)
  • Released: June 27, 2002
  • Label: Lantis
  • Catalog No.: LACM-4898[65]
31
"Que Sera Sera" (けせら・せら Kesera Serra?)
  • Released: May 21, 2003
  • Label: Marvelous AQL
  • Catalog No.: MJCG-83022[66]
Sailing to the Future
(Aika R-16: Virgin Mission character CD)
  • Released: March 28, 2007
  • Label: Nippon Columbia
  • Catalog No.: COZX-253/4[67]
48
"Flying Kid" / "Dream Hunter"
(Aika Zero character CD)
  • Released: November 4, 2009
  • Label: Nippon Columbia
  • Catalog No. COCX-35797[68][69]
神のみキャラCD.5 – 春日楠 starring 小清水亜美
(The World God Only Knows Character CD 5: Kusunoki Kasuga starring Ami Koshimizu)
  • Released: June 1, 2011
  • Label: NBC Universal Entertainment Japan
  • Catalog No.: GNCA-0206[70]
91

Video albums[edit]

List of video albums with selected chart positions
Title Album information Oricon[64]
Peak
position
Present
  • Released: March 22, 2006
  • Label: Nippon Columbia
  • Catalog No. COBC-4508[68][71]
239

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