Kanako Tōjō

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Kanako Tōjō
Native name
東條 加那子
Born (1984-03-03) March 3, 1984 (age 35)
OccupationVoice actress
Years active2006–present

Kanako Tōjō (東條 加那子, Tōjō Kanako, born March 3, 1984) is a Japanese voice actress. She is affiliated with Axl-One. She voiced Karin in Naruto: Shippuden and Ivy Valentine in Soulcalibur.



Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
2006 Kage Kara Mamoru! Mother    
2007 Naruto: Shippuden Karin, others    
2008 Blassreiter Zebbu    
2008 Soul Eater Kanshu    
2008 Cobra the Animation: The Psychogun Navigator    
2008 Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens Sakushaman Ep. 9  
2008–09 Tales of the Abyss Josette Cecil    
2009 Cobra the Animation: Time Drive Layla    
2010 Demon King Daimao Fujiko's mother    
2010 The Tatami Galaxy Young Lady MC Ep. 7  
2011 Manyū Hiken-chō Sengumi Manyu    
2011 Mobile Suit Gundam AGE Nadia    
2012 Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine Aiyan    
2012 From the New World Satoru Asahina Part I [2]
2013 DD Fist of the North Star Housewife, mother    
2014 Always! Super Radical Gag Family Junko Ōsawagi    
2014 Gundam Build Fighters Try Lady Kawaguchi    
  Shima Shima Tora no Shimajirō Gu-Gu Zemi    
  Ojarumaru Hachie    

Video games[edit]

Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
2002 Soul Nomad & the World Eaters Kurutegu    
2007 Professor Layton and the Curious Village      
2007–09 Soulcalibur series Ivy Valentine Legends, IV, Broken Destiny  
2008 Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots Enemy Soldiers    
2008 Sigma Harmonics Juri Ando    
2008 Professor Layton and the Unwound Future      
2009 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time Torato    
2009 Kidō Senshi Gundam: Senjō no Kizuna Pilot    
2009 Dead Space: Extraction Rekishin    
2010 Alan Wake Rose Marigold    
2010 Halo: Reach Antidote    
2010 Ni no Kuni Lucci    
2012 Time Travelers Apita Petronius    
2013 Killer Is Dead Natalia    
2014 Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines Mitsuchichihime    
2015 Until Dawn Ashley dub voice for Galadriel Stineman [3]

Overseas dubbing[edit]

List of voice performances in overseas television programs
Series Role Notes Source[1]
Prison Break Lisa Tabak    
Supernatural Robin Season 6, dub voice for Erica Cerra  
24 Willy    
Eureka Joe Lupo dub voice for Erica Cerra  
Gilmore Girls Paris Geller    
Royal Pains Anna    
Glee Roz    
Drop Dead Diva Elisa, Shayne Season 3, dub voice for Brandy Norwood  
Bones Tanaka Hull Season 4  
Lost Naomi Doritto    
Gossip Girl Bree Season 3  
Secret Circle Faye dub voice for Phoebe Tonkin  
Ugly Betty Rene Slater Season 2  
Veronica Mars Mac    
Criminal Minds Amanda Season 4  
Grey's Anatomy Rebecca Pope    
Ghost Whisperer Andrea Morino    
Hawthorne Candy    
90210 Sasha Season 2  
Damages Alex    
Medium Zoe Season 5  
Dollhouse Echo dub voice for Eliza Dushku  
The Following Max Hardy dub voice for Jessica Stroup [4]
List of voice performances in overseas films
Series Role Notes Source[1]
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Pansy Parkinson    
Men in Black 3 Lily dub voice for Nicole Scherzinger  
The Great Gatsby Myrtle Wilson dub voice for Isla Fisher  
Iron Man 3 Maya Hansen dub voice for Rebecca Hall  
Super 8 Jen    
Casino Royale Veronica    
2012 Alexander    
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor Choi    
Hannah Montana: The Movie Taylor Swift    
Madagascar 2 Hippo    
Hick Glenda dub voice for Blake Lively  
Tomogui Anya    
Crank: High Voltage Ria dub voice for Bai Ling  
Elizabethtown Cindy    
The Fourth Kind Jessica    
Vantage Point Angie dub voice for Zoe Saldana  
Mission: Impossible III Annie    
School for Scoundrels Becky dub voice for Sarah Silverman  
Rogue Assassin Maria dub voice for Nadine Velazquez  
Fast & Furious Gisele dub voice for Gal Gadot  
Thor Nurse    
Cadillac Records Etta James dub voice for Beyoncé  
I Love You, Beth Cooper Cammie    
Zombie Strippers! Lilith    
Transformers Mikaela Banes dub voice for Megan Fox  
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Mikaela Banes dub voice for Megan Fox [5]
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol Jane Carter dub voice for Paula Patton [6]
Edge of Tomorrow Sergeant Rita Rose Vrataski dub voice for Emily Blunt  
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Elizabeth Sanders dub voice for Rooney Mara  
Star Trek Uhura dub voice for Zoe Saldana
Haven Andrea dub voice for Zoe Saldana
My Blueberry Nights Elizabeth dub voice for Norah Jones  
Valentine's Day Morley dub voice for Jessica Alba  
Catacombs Carolyn dub voice for Pink  
Transporter 3 Valentina dub voice for Natalya Rudakova  
The Social Network Christie dub voice for Brenda Song  
Vanishing on 7th Street Rosemary dub voice for Thandie Newton [7]
Wild Things: Foursome Brandy dub voice for Jillian Murray [8]
Sunshine Cleaning Norah dub voice for Emily Blunt  
We Own the Night Amanda dub voice for Eva Mendes  
The Lazarus Project Lisa dub voice for Piper Perabo  
Hatching Pete Angela    
Dinoshark Carol    
Haywire Mallory Kane dub voice for Gina Carano  
Trance Elizabeth dub voice for Rosario Dawson [9]
2 Guns Deb Rees dub voice for Paula Patton [10]
The Unborn Romy Marshall dub voice for Meagan Good [11]
John Carter Sola dub voice for Samantha Morton [12]


  1. ^ a b c d "東條加那子|タレント|アクセルワン". axl-one.com. Retrieved 17 June 2015.
  2. ^ "From the New World Novel Gets TV Anime From A-1 Pictures". Anime News Network. February 26, 2012. Retrieved March 21, 2015.
  3. ^ "CHARACTERS | Until Dawn - 惨劇の山荘 - | プレイステーション® オフィシャルサイト" (in Japanese). jp.playstation.com. Retrieved May 23, 2018.
  4. ^ "ザ・フォロイング2". WOWOW. Retrieved 27 June 2015. Mouse over Max Hardy's picture for voice actor confirmation
  5. ^ "トランスフォーマー/リベンジ". NBCUniversal Japan. Retrieved April 26, 2019.
  6. ^ "ミッション:インポッシブル/ゴースト・プロトコル". NBCUniversal Japan. Retrieved April 27, 2019.
  7. ^ "リセット[吹]". Star Channel. Retrieved March 8, 2019.
  8. ^ "ワイルドシングス4". Sony Pictures Japan. Retrieved May 23, 2019.
  9. ^ "トランス". Fox Japan. Retrieved March 4, 2019.
  10. ^ "2ガンズ". Star Channel. Retrieved March 13, 2019.
  11. ^ "アンボーン[吹]". Star Channel. Retrieved April 19, 2019.
  12. ^ "ジョン・カーター". Fukikaeru. Retrieved May 4, 2019.

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