Rumi Kasahara

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Rumi Kasahara
Native name 笠原 留美
Born (1970-03-08) March 8, 1970 (age 47)
Niigata Prefecture, Japan
Occupation Voice actress
Years active 1993–present
Agent Aoni Production

Rumi Kasahara (笠原 留美, Kasahara Rumi) (born March 8, 1970)[1] is a Japanese voice actress affiliated with Aoni Production. She voiced roles in a bunch of titles in the 1990s including Pretty Sammy OVA and TV series, Moeyo Ken, Hell Teacher Nube, Princess Nine, and Sakura Diaries. In video games, she provides the voice of Yue Ying in the Dynasty Warriors / Warriors Orochi franchise, Alia in Mega Man, and Futaba Taiga in Sakura Wars New York.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[2]
1993–94 Fortune Quest Pastel Debut role [3]
1993–94 Kishin Corps Pearl Vol. 1, 4 [3]
1994 Tico of the Seven Seas Maggie Taft [4]
1994 Sailor Moon S Ptilol, others [4]
1995–97 Magical Girl Pretty Sammy Misao Amano / Pixy Misa OAVs [3]
1995 Jura Tripper Gatsha [4]
1996 Hell Teacher Nūbē Kyoko Inaba [4][3]
1996 Magical Project S Misao Amano / Pixy Misa TV Series [4][3]
1996 Debutante Detective Corps Nina Kirov [3]
1997 Hyper Police Kanako [4]
1997 Kindaichi Case Files Rumi Nakajima [4]
1997 Sakura Diaries Mieko Yotsuba [3]
1998 Outlaw Star Clair [3]
1998 Princess Nine Kanako Mita, Tomoko Saotome [4][3]
1999 Space Pirate Mito Ranban Nakami
燗磐:中身
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1999 To Heart Lemmy Miyauchi [4][3]
1999 Space Pirate Mito: Aoi & Mutsuki: A Pair of Queens Ranban [4][3]
1999 Omishi Magical Theater: Risky Safety Kotone Ryuudou [4][5]
1999 Dai-Guard Shizuka Irie [4]
2001 Tales of Eternia: The Animation Platia [4]
2001 Rune Soldier Isabel [4]
2001 Shaman King Kanae [4]
2003 Air Master Mika Utsumi [4][3]
2003 Stellvia Chiaki Katase [4][3]
2003 Astro Boy Space clerk, Ghost [4]
2003 Zatch Bell Nurse [4]
2003 Fullmetal Alchemist Martel [4][3]
2004 Detective Conan Misa Tsuneyama, Misa Uehara [4]
2004 Paranoia Agent Taeko's Mother [4]
2004 To Heart: Remember My Memories Lemmy Miyauchi [4][3]
2005 Moeyo Ken Miki Saotome [4]
2006 Yomigaeru Sora – Rescue Wings Kazumi Nishida [4]
2006 Powerpuff Girls Z Nanako [4]
2007 GeGeGe no Kitaro Yukijoro TV series 5 [4]
2007 Mushi-Uta Mother of poetry [4]
2008 Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne Female Informant [4]
2008 Kanokon Jorougumo [4]
2010 Digimon Fusion Lilamon [4]
2011 Marvel Anime: Blade Woman Vampire [4]
2015 Sailor Moon Crystal Berthier ONA series [4]
2015 Chibi Maruko-chan Commercial's Singer, Yuriko [4]

Film[edit]

List of voice performances in feature films
Year Title Role Notes Source[2]
1993 Make Up! Sailor Soldier Girl A short film
1994 Slam Dunk Cheerleader [4][3]
1996 Jigoku Sensei Nūbē Kyoko Inaba [4]
1997 Jigoku Sensei Nūbē: Gozen 0 toki Nūbē Shisu Kyoko Inaba film [4]
1997 Jigoku Sensei Nūbē: Kyoufu no Natsu Yasumi! Asashi no Uni no Gensetsu Kyoko Inaba film [4]
2000 Ah! My Goddess: The Movie Ere [4][3]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[2]
1994 Princess Minerva Mizuno PC Engine [4][3]
1995–97 Dōkyūsei sreies Kurumi Nishina [4][3]
1996 Debutante Detective Corps Nina Kirov [4]
1997 Dragon Knight 4 Nereid PC FX [3]
1997 Hell Teacher Nūbē Kyoko Inaba PS1 [4]
1997 Ah! My Goddess Ray Other [4]
1997 Money Idol Exchanger Everyworker [3]
1998 Magical Girl Pretty Sammy series Misao Amano / Pixy Misa [4][3]
1998 Wakusei Kougekitai Little Cats Misato Simon PS1/PS2 [4]
1998 Star Ocean: The Second Story Chisato Madison, Feria PS1/PS2 [4]
1998–2000 Goemon series Yae [4][3]
1999 To Heart Lemmy Miyauchi PS1/PS2 [4][3]
2000 Sentimental Graffiti 2 Mari Kurokawa DC [4][3]
2001 Atelier Lilie: The Alchemist of Salburg 3 Elsa Hesse PS1/PS2 [4]
2001–05 Mega Man X series Alia]] Starting with X6 [4]
2001 Hermina and Culus: Atelier Lilie Another Story Elsa Hesse PS1/PS2 [4]
2002 Moeyo Ken Miki Saotome PS1/PS2 [4]
2003–11 Dynasty Warriors series Yue Ying Starting from Dynasty Warriors 4 [4]
2004 Sakura Taisen Monogatari ~Mysterious Paris~ Elsa Flaubert PS1/PS2 [4]
2007–08 Warriors Orochi series Yue Ying [4]



References[edit]

  1. ^ Doi, Hitoshi. "Kasahara Rumi (笠原留美) – Personal Information". Hitoshi Doi's Seiyuu Database. 
  2. ^ a b c "青二プロダクション 笠原留美". Aoni Production (in Japanese). Retrieved 29 April 2016. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y Doi, Hitoshi. "Kasahara Rumi roles". Hitoshi Doi's Seiyuu Database. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf "声優さん出演リスト 個別表示:笠原留美(Rumi Kasahara)" [Voice actor's appearance list individual display: Rumi Kasahara]. Voice Artist Database (in Japanese). GamePlaza-HARUKA-. 
  5. ^ "AN Entertainment Announces First Release". Anime News Network. Retrieved 30 April 2016. 

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