Kōji Tsujitani

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Kōji Tsujitani
Native name 辻谷 耕史
Born (1962-04-26) April 26, 1962 (age 56)
Kodaira, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Voice actor
Years active 1986–present
Notable credit(s) Inuyasha as Miroku
Spouse(s)
Kumiko Watanabe (m. 2012)

Kōji Tsujitani (辻谷 耕史, Tsujitani Kōji, born April 26, 1962 in Kodaira, Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actor credited for voicing many anime and video game characters. Tsujitani used to be affiliated with Sigma Seven. He is married to Kumiko Watanabe[1]

Voice work[edit]

Unknown date

Drama CDs[edit]

  • Kami-sama wa Ijiwaru Janai (Yuuya Hoshino)
  • Katsuai series 2: Bakuren (Yoshiki Takatou)
  • Koikina Yatsura 1 - 3 & side story (Mizuki Seo)
  • Mirage of Blaze series 2: Saiai no Anata he (Nobutsuna Naoe)
  • My Sexual Harassment series 1 (Youhei Fujita)
  • Okane ga nai series 3: Kawaige Nai (Misao Kuba)
  • Okane ga nai series 4: Okane ja Kaenai (Misao Kuba)
  • Pearl series 1: Ijiwaru na Pearl (Tomoaki Matsumiya)
  • Pearl series 2: Yokubari na Pearl (Tomoaki Matsumiya)
  • Pearl series 3: Wagamama na Pearl (Tomoaki Matsumiya)
  • Pearl series 4: Kimagure na Pearl (Tomoaki Matsumiya)

Anime CDs[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://fblg.jp/coocoo1007/article/7749889
  2. ^ "3×3 Eyes". AnimeFX. December 1995. pp. 28–31.

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