Hiroko Konishi (小西 寛子 Konishi Hiroko, born October 26, 1975 in Saitama) is a Japanese voice actress and musician. Some of her major roles include Jiyuu Nanohana in Jubei-chan, Sae Sawanoguchi in Magic User's Club, Nene Romanova in Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040, Akane Kimidori in Dr. Slump, the title character Ojarumaru, and the original Takeru Takaishi in Digimon Adventure. In video games she voiced Shiori Misaka in the original Kanon visual novel, Lilith Aensland in Darkstalkers, Bridget in Guilty Gear X2, and Sophia Roberinge in Mitsumete Knight. After leaving voice acting in the mid 2000s, Konishi has returned to become a singer and musician, releasing songs on her independent label Squirrel Records.
- Sophia (ソフィア Sofia) (King Records, 1998, KICA-7900)
- Novelete (EMI Music Japan, 1999, TYCY-10025)
- Pudding de Ojyaru (Nippon Crown Co. Ltd. 1999, as a role of Ojyaru-maru)
- "Mitsumete" (みつめて) (King Records, 1998, KIDA-7642)
- Don’t Love (EMI Music Japan, 1999)
- Bite of Love (Nippon Columbia July 2000, as a member of LITTLE CURE)
- "Sayonara Arigato" (Squirrel, 2014)
- "But She Was in Love" (Squirrel, 2014)
- "An Amulet in His Pocket" (Squirrel, 2015)
- "You Always Stay By Me" (Squirrel, 2015)
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