Mai Nakahara

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Mai Nakahara
Native name 中原 麻衣
Born (1981-02-23) February 23, 1981 (age 35)
Tobata-ku, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan
Occupation
Years active 2001–present
Agent I'm Enterprise
Musical career
Genres
Instruments Vocals
Labels Lantis

Mai Nakahara (中原 麻衣 Nakahara Mai?, born February 23, 1981[1] in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka) is a Japanese voice actress[2] associated with I'm Enterprise. She has voiced lead roles as Mai Tokiha in My-Hime, Anna Aoi in Godannar, Midori Kasugano in Midori Days, Miu in DearS, and Nagisa Furukawa in Clannad. She also voiced Juvia in Fairy Tail, Rena Ryugu in Higurashi When They Cry, May Wong in Kaleido Star, and Noi Kasahara in The Wallflower. In video games, she voiced Prier in La Pucelle: Tactics and the Disgaea series, Estellise in Tales of Vesperia, Morgan in Tears to Tiara and Yggdra in Yggdra Union. She sang theme songs for anime shows, some of which have charted on Oricon.

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[3]
2002 Seven of Seven Nanasama [4]
2002–05 Mirmo! series Kaede Minami [5]
2002–03 UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie Aiko Wakiya Also specials [6]
2002 Spiral Sayoko Shiranagatani [6][7]
2002 Gravion Eina [8]
2003 Mouse Kakio Hazuki [6][9]
2003 .hack//Legend of the Twilight Rena Kunisaki [10]
2003–06 Kaleido Star: New Wings May Wong Also OVA specials [11]
2003 Wandaba Style Himawari Natsuwa [6][12]
2003 The Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok Skuld [6]
2003 Please Twins! Miina Miyafuji [13][6]
2003–04 Godannar Anna Aoi 2 seasons [14][15][16]
2003 Maburaho Chihaya Yamase [17]
2004 Daphne in the Brilliant Blue Maia Mizuki [18]
2004 Midori Days Midori Kasugano [19]
2004 DearS Miu [20][21]
2004 My-HiME Mai Tokiha [22]
2004 Gankutsuou Peppo [23]
2005–06 Ah My Buddha Chitose Nanbu 2 seasons [24][25]
2005 Happy Seven Sarasugawa Kiku [26][6][27]
2005–09 My-Otome series Mai Tokiha [28]
2005 Noein Yukie Nijou [6]
2006 Magikano Maika Yoshikawa [29]
2006 Tactical Roar Nanaha Misaki [30][31]
2006 Strawberry Panic! Nagisa Aoi [6][32][33]
2006 Kage Kara Mamoru! Yūna Konnyaku [34][35]
2006 Utawarerumono Yuzuha [36][37]
2006–12 Higurashi no Naku Koro ni series Rena Ryūgū [38][39]
2007–09 Clannad Nagisa Furukawa including Clannad After Story [40]
2006 Tsuyokiss Cool × Sweet Erika Kiriya [6]
2006 Baldr Force EXE Resolution Minori Segawa OVA, different from game and anime [6]
2006 Lovely Idol Kotoha Kiryū [6][7][41]
2006 The Wallflower Noi Kasahara [42]
2007 Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS Teana Lanster [43]
2007 Idolmaster Xenoglossia Ritsuko Akizuki [44]
2007 Kamichama Karin Karin Hanazono [45]
2007 Sola Aono Morimiya [46]
2007 Bamboo Blade Reimi Odajima [6]
2007 Myself ; Yourself Asami Hoshino [47]
2007 KimiKiss: Pure Rouge Megumi Kuryū [48]
2008 Persona: Trinity Soul Kanaru Morimoto [6][49]
2008 Spice and Wolf Nora Arendt [6][50]
2008 Blassreiter Snow [6][51]
2008 Vampire Knight Maria Kurenai 2 seasons [6][52]
2008 Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens Shino Ōkouchi [6][53]
2009 The Girl Who Leapt Through Space Kagura Shishido [6]
2009 Chrome Shelled Regios Felli Loss [54][55]
2009–12 Saki series Teru Miyanaga [6][7]
2009 Guin Saga Rinda Farseer [6]
2009 Tears to Tiara Morgan [56]
2009 Sweet Blue Flowers Kuri Sugimoto [6]
2009 Taishō Baseball Girls Akiko Ogasawara [57]
2009–16 Fairy Tail Juvia Lockser [58]
2010 Ladies versus Butlers Selenia Iori Flameheart [59]
2010–16 Durarara!! series Haruna Niekawa [6]
2010–12 Hidamari Sketch series Arisawa Hoshimittsu and Honeycomb [6]
2010 The Qwaser of Stigmata Eva-Q [60]
2010 Katanagatari Nanami Yasuri [61]
2010–11 Beyblade: Metal Fusion Mei-Mei Seasons 2 and 3 [6]
2010 Tantei Opera Milky Holmes Mary [6]
2010 Otome Yōkai Zakuro Zakuro [62]
2011 Aria the Scarlet Ammo Yutori Takamagahara Also AA in 2015 [6][63]
2011–12 Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere Musashi [6][64]
2012 Sengoku Collection Pure Angel Naoe Kanetsugu [65]
2012–13 AKB0048 Sae Miyazawa the 10th 2 seasons [66][6][7]
2012 Humanity Has Declined I (The Heroine) [67][68][69]
2012 Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse Yui Takamura [70]
2013 Cyclops Shōjo Saipu Fūka Saitō original net animation [71][72][73]
2013–15 My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Haruno Yukinoshita [74][75][76]
2013 Photo Kano Aki Muroto [6][7]
2013–16 A Simple Thinking About Blood Type Type AB-chan [77]
2014 Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun Yu Kashima [78]
2013 Muromi-san Levia-san [79]
2013 Servant × Service Saya Miyoshi [80]
2013 The Eccentric Family Yashirō Shimogamo [81]
2013–14 Strike the Blood Nina Adelard [6]
2014 The Irregular at Magic High School Suzune Ichihara [82]
2014 One Week Friends Shiho Fujimiya [83]
2014 Mekaku City Actors Ayano (Ayano Tateyama) [84]
2014 Rail Wars! Hitomi Gonō [85]
2014 Bladedance of Elementalers Greyworth Ciel Mais [6][7]
2014 Gundam Reconguista in G Barara Peor [6]
2014 Wolf Girl and Black Prince Reika Sata [86][6]
2014–15 Shirobako Yuka Okitsu, Mei Nakahara [87]
2015 Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend Sayuri Sawamura [6]
2015 Rolling Girls, TheThe Rolling Girls Misa Ichijō [6]
2015 Comical Psychosomatic Medicine Female judo players Original net animation [6]
2015 Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Vivid Teana Lanster, Megane Arpino [6][7]
2015 Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches Karen Kirishima OAD and TV series [6][88][89]
2015 Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace Hanabishi [6]
2015 Charlotte Yumi Shirayanagi [90]
2015–16 Asterisk War, TheThe Asterisk War Haruka Amagirl 2 seasons [91][92]
2016 Ragnastrike Angels Rio Hiiragi [6][93]
2016 Sailor Moon Crystal Reika Nishimura Death Busters arc [6]
2016 High School Fleet Mashimo Munetani [6][7]
2016 Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamoto Megumi Fujita [94]
2016 RS Project -Rebirth Storage- Yuki Mishima [6][95]
2016 Thunderbolt Fantasy Dān Fěi puppetry [96]
2016 Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School Chisa Yukizome [6][97]
2016 Udon no Kuni no Kin-iro Kemari Rinko Oishi In production [98]

Film[edit]

List of voice performances in feature films
Year Title Role Notes Source[3]
2015 Arpeggio of Blue Steel: Ars Nova Cadenza Yamato [6]
2015 Aria the Avvenire Azusa B. McLaren [6]
2015 Girls und Panzer der Film Rumi [99]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[3]
2002 La Pucelle: Tactics Prier PS2, also Ragnarok in 2009 [6]
2003 Disgaea: Hour of Darkness Prier PS1/PS2, from La Pucelle: Tactics [6]
2004 Symphonic Rain Tortinita Fine, Arietta Fine [6]
2004 Clannad Nagisa Furukawa PC, ported to various consoles [6][100]
2004 DearS Miu PS2 [6]
2005–06 My-Hime games Mai Tokiha [6]
2005 Lucky Star: Moe Drill Tsukasa Hiiragi NDS, also a sequel in 2007 [6][7]
2006 Yggdra Union: We'll Never Fight Alone Yggdra, Luciana (Blaze), Aegina (Gloria) Multiple platforms, Also Blaze, Gloria [6][7]
2006 Gunparade March games Nami Komi PS1/PS2 [6]
2006 KimiKiss Megumi Kuryū PS1/PS2 [6]
2006 Strawberry Panic Nagisa Aoi PS1/PS2 [6]
2006 Utawarerumono games Yuzuha PS1/PS2, also Portable in 2009 [6]
2007 Soul Nomad & the World Eaters Tricia PS2 [6]
2007 Sonic and the Secret Rings Shahra Wii [7]
2007–15 Higurashi When They Cry games Rena Ryugu [6][101]
2007 Binchō-tan Yukari-tan PS1/PS2 [6]
2007 Myself; Yourself Asami Hoshino PS1/PS2, also Finale in 2009 [6]
2008 Disgaea 3 Prier PS3, hidden boss, from La Pucelle: Tactics [6]
2008 Poison Pink Ashley PS2 [7]
2008–09 Tears to Tiara Morgan PS3, also Secret of Avalon [6]
2008 Tales of Vesperia Estellise Sidos Heurassein X360, PS3 in 2009 [6][7]
2009 Legends of the Dark King: A Fist of the North Star Story: Ten no Hao Reina PSP [6]
2009 Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 Estellise Sidos Heurassein PSP, from Vesperia [6]
2009–10 11eyes CrossOver Shione Azuma [6]
2009 Spice and Wolf Nora Arendt DS [6]
2009 Taishō Baseball Girls Akiko Ogasawara PSP [6]
2009 Luminous Arc 3 Valeria DS [6]
2010–15 Photo Kano games Aki Muroto Also Kiss and Ebikore [6][7]
2010 Prinny 2 Prier PSP [6]
2010 Marriage Royale: Prism Story Komachi Akita PSP [6]
2011 Gal*Gun General female student, Miko Kuroda (PS3 version) X-Box360, PS3 in 2012 [6]
2011 Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3 Estellise PSP, from Vesperia [6]
2011 Queen's Gate: Spiral Chaos Maron Makaron PSP [6]
2012 Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match Morgan PS3, from Tears to Tiara [6]
2012 Project X Zone Estellise DS, from Tales of Vesperia [6]
2013 Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere Musashi PSP [6]
2013 Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse Yui Takamura Multiple platforms [6]
2013 Saki Achiga-hen episode of Side-A Portable Teru Miyanaga PSP [6]
2014 Super Heroine Chronicle Rena Ryugu from Higurashi, multiple platforms [6][102]
2014 Tales of the World: Reve Unitia Estellise DS, from Vesperia [6]
2014 The Irregular at Magic High School: Out of Order Suzune Ichihara [103][6]
2015 Project X Zone 2: Brave New World Estellise DS [6]
2016 King of Fighters XIV Nakoruru PS4 [104]


Dubbing[edit]

List of dubbing performances
Title Role Notes Refs[3]
A Better Tomorrow Jackie (Emily Chu) Cantonese film (2013 Blu-ray edition


List of other dubbing performances
Title Role Notes Refs[3]
Usotsuki Lily Komachi Ashiya Vomic [105]

Other[edit]

List of live-action performances
Title Role Notes Refs[3]
Kamisama Kiss stage musical Kotake [106]

Drama CDs[edit]

List of drama CD performances
Year Title Role Notes Refs[3][107]
2005–12 Higurashi When They Cry series Rena Ryugu [6]
2005–13 Drama CD Lucky Star Tsukasa Hiiragi seven dramas (August 24, 2005 – June 10, 2013) [6]
2006 Mai-Otome Drama CD Mai Tokiha [107]
2007 Lovely Idol Drama CD Kiryu Kotoha [108]
2007 Clannad Nagisa Furukawa three dramas (April 25, 2007 – June 22, 2007) [109]
2007 Idolmaster: Xenoglossia Risuko Akitsuki three dramas (June 6, 2007 – November 7, 2007) [110]
2009–10 Ebiten Hakata Kanamori 2 dramas [6]
Nekogami Yaoyorozu Yuzu Komiya [111]
Blood Alone Misaki Minato 4 dramas [112]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Release Date[113] Oricon[113]
Peak
position
Weeks
charted
Homework February 4, 2004
Mini Theater May 11, 2005
Fantasia September 27, 2006 137 1
Metronome Egg June 25, 2008 177 1
Suisei Script September 22, 2010 270 1

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Oricon[114] Album
Peak
position
Weeks
charted
"Mirumodepon! Pretty Cake Magic"
(ミルモでポン! プリティ・ケーキ・マジック)
Kaede+Cheek Fairy
2002
"Happy Lucky ~ Onegai, Mirumo"
(ハッピー ラッキー~お願い、ミルモ!~)
Kaede Chan (Mai Nakahara)
2003
"Romance"
(ロマンス)
2004 Mini Theater
"Etude"
(エチュード)
2005
"Futaribocchi" / "Monochrome"
(ふたりぼっち / モノクローム)
2006 77 2 Metronome Egg
"Wish Star ni Nare" / "LoveLoveLove no Sei na no yo! (Kotoha solo version)"
(WISH STARにな・あ・れ/LoveLoveLoveのせいなのよ!(琴葉ソロヴァージョン))
Kotoha Kiryū (Mai Nakahara)
2006 109 1
"Anemone"
(アネモネ)
2007 67 1 Metronome Egg
"Sweet Madrigal" 2009 93 2 Suisei Script
"my starry boy" 2010 103 1

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