Mamiko Noto

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Mamiko Noto
Mamiko Noto.jpg
Mamiko Noto after her second panel at Otakon 2007
Native name 能登 麻美子
Born (1980-02-06) February 6, 1980 (age 35)
Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan
Occupation Voice actress
Years active 1998-present
Agent Office Osawa
Musical career
Genres Anison
Instruments Vocals

Mamiko Noto (能登 麻美子 Noto Mamiko?, born February 6, 1980)[1] is a Japanese voice actress working under Office Osawa.[2] She was born in Ishikawa Prefecture.[2][3] Some of her prominent anime roles include Rin in Inuyasha, Kotori Monou in X, Aoi Kannazuki in Kaitō Tenshi Twin Angel, Enma Ai in Hell Girl, Haruka Nogizaka in Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu, Sawako Kuronuma in Kimi ni Todoke, and Satellizer L. Bridget in Freezing. She was nominated in the 1st Seiyu Awards for her work as Yakumo Tsukamoto in School Rumble and as Masane Amaha in Witchblade. She has released several character songs and albums which have charted in Oricon, and was a guest at the Otakon and Anime Expo conventions held in the United States.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Series Role Notes Source[3]
2000 Boogiepop Phantom Moto Tonomura   [4][5]
2001 Angelic Layer Asuka Kitamura   [4][6]
2001 InuYasha series Rin   [7][5]
2001 X Kotori Monou   [7]
2002 Full Metal Panic! Shinji Kazama   [4]
2002 Kiddy Grade Vendredi   [4]
2002 Tenchi Muyo! GXP Yoshiko Yamada   [7]
2003 World of Narue, TheThe World of Narue Narue Nanase   [4][5]
2003 Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu Shinji Kazama   [8]
2003 Godannar Momoko "Momochie" Momozono   [9]
2003 Shadow Star Akira Sakura   [4]
2003 Yami to Bōshi to Hon no Tabibito Hazuki Azuma   [4][10]
2003 Gunslinger Girl Elsa de Sica   [4]
2004 Mezzo DSA Aiko Hasegawa Ep. 2 [4]
2004–09 Maria-sama ga Miteru Shimako Tōdō Also OVAs [4][11]
2004 Burn Up Scramble Lilica Evette   [4]
2004 Princess Tutu Freya Ep. 16 [4][12]
2004 Paranoia Agent Tsukiko Sagi   [4]
2004 Hit o Nerae! Mitsuki Ikuta   [4]
2004 Sgt. Frog Angol Mois   [13]
2004 Melody of Oblivion, TheThe Melody of Oblivion The Melody of Oblivion   [4][14]
2004–05 Monster Nina Fortner, others   [4][5]
2004–05 Girls Bravo Yukinari Sasaki Also Second Season [15][5]
2004 Elfen Lied Yuka   [4]
2004 My-HiME Yukino Kikukawa   [16][5]
2004 Onmyō Taisenki Shōshi   [4]
2004 Kannazuki no Miko Reiko Ohta   [4]
2004–06 School Rumble Yakumo Tsukamoto Also Second Semester and extras
Nominated, Best Actress in a supporting role, 1st Seiyu Awards
[4][5]
2004 Azusa Will Help! Azusa TV movie [17][18]
2005 Starship Operators Sanri Wakana   [4][5]
2005–06 Ah! My Goddess Sayoko Mishima Also Flights of Fancy [4]
2005 Mahou Sensei Negima Nodoka Miyazaki Also OVAs, specials [4][19]
2005 Canvas 2 ~Niji Iro no Sketch~ Yurina Kimikage Ep. 8 [20]
2005 The Law of Ueki Rinko Jerrard   [21]
2005 Strawberry 100% Aya Tōjō Also OVAs [4]
2005 Trinity Blood Esther Blanchett   [4][22]
2005 Yakitate!! Japan Megumi Kimura Ep. 34 [23]
2005 Full Metal Panic!: The Second Raid Shinji Kazama   [24]
2005–07 Strawberry Marshmallow Ana Coppola Also OVAs [4]
2005–08 Hell Girl series Enma Ai Also Two Mirrors and Three Vessels [4][5]
2005 My-Otome Yukino Chrysant   [25]
2005–12 Shakugan no Shana Hecate, Fumina Konoe Also Second and Final [4]
2005 SoltyRei Accela   [4]
2006 High School Girls Ayano Sato   [4][26]
2006 Simoun Rimone   [5]
2006 Witchblade Masane Amaha Nominated, Best Actress in a leading role, 1st Seiyuu Awards [4][22][5][27]
2006 xxxHolic Girl Ep. 7 [28]
2006 Negima!? Nodoka Miyazaki   [29]
2006–14 Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple Shigure Kōsaka Also OVAs [30]
2006 Ukkari Penelope Narration    
2006–07 My-Otome Zwei Yukino Chrysant   [31]
2007 Shinkyoku Sōkai Polyphonica Mailreit   [4]
2007 Tōka Gettan Hazuki Azuma Also Scenario writer [10][32]
2007 Idolmaster: Xenoglossia Naze Munakata   [4]
2007–10 Bakugan Battle Brawlers Alice Also New Vestroia" [33]
2007 Sola Matsuri Shihō   [5]
2007–09 AIKa R-16: Virgin Mission Karen Minamino Also Zero [34]
2007 Princess Resurrection Reiri Kamura   [35]
2007–12 The Familiar of Zero series Tiffania Westwood   [4]
2007 Clannad Kotomi Ichinose   [4]
2007 Kimikiss pure rouge Mitsuki Shijō   [4]
2008 Persona -trinity soul- Ayane Komatsubara    
2008 Mnemosyne Rin Asōgi   [36]
2008 Allison & Lillia Fiona    
2008 To Love-Ru Oshizu   [4]
2008 Kanokon Kōta Oyamada   [4][37]
2008 Kaiba Neiro   [38]
2008–09 Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu Haruka Nogizaka Also specials [4][39]
2008 Blade of the Immortal Makie Otonotachibana   [40]
2008 Clannad After Story Kotomi Ichinose   [4]
2008 Linebarrels of Iron Emi Kizaki    
2008–11 A Certain Magical Index Aisa Himegami Also Index II, others [4]
2009 Akikan! Yell   [4][41]
2009 Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings Oichi    
2009–12 Queen's Blade series Tomoe   [4][42]
2009 Taishō Baseball Girls Yuki Soya   [4]
2009 Canaan Hakko    
2009 Utsurun Desu. Kappa   [43]
2008–11 Kaitō Tenshi Twin Angel Aoi Kannazuki OVA and TV series [44][45][46]
2009 Student Council's Discretion Lilicia Toudou   [4]
2009–11 Kämpfer Norainu Chissoku Also für die Liebe [4][47]
2009–11 Kimi ni Todoke Sawako Kuronuma Also Second season [48]
2009 Aoi Bungaku   Ep. "Osamu Dazai's No Longer Human (Ningen Shikkaku)" [49]
2010 B Gata H Kei Kazuki Kosuda   [4]
2010 Princess Jellyfish Jiji   [50]
2010 Honey Tokyo   anime short by Tokyo Metropolitan Government [51]
2011–13 Freezing Satellizer L. Bridget Also Vibration [52]
2011 Hanasaku Iroha Tomoe Wajima   [4]
2011 Dororon Enma-kun Meramera Yukiko-hime   [4]
2011 Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan: Demon Capital Hagoromo Kitsune   [19]
2011 Penguindrum Yuri Tokikago   [4]
2011–13 Ro-Kyu-Bu! Nayu Hasegawa Also SS [4][19]
2011 MonHun Nikki Girigiri Airū-mura G Pugi   [19]
2012–present Fairy Tail Mavis Vermillion   [53]
2012 Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne Yoko Nakaizumi   [4]
2012 Gokujyo Saya Abakane   [54]
2012 Black Rock Shooter Saya Irino    
2012–13 Hunter x Hunter Kalluto Zoldyck    
2012–13 Saint Seiya Omega Aria   [4]
2012 Sket Dance Koma Morishita   [55]
2012–13 AKB0048 Haruna Kojima the 8th Also Next Stage [56]
2012 La storia della Arcana Famiglia Felicitá   [57]
2012 Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse Inia Sestina   [58]
2012 Oda Nobuna no Yabō Yoshimoto Imagawa   [4]
2012–15 To Love-Ru Darkness Oshizu Murasame Also Second [59][60]
2012 Gokicha!! Cockroach Girls Gokicha   [61]
2013 Hyakka Ryōran Samurai Bride Keiji Maeda   [62]
2013 Sunday Without God Scar   [4][63]
2013 The Eccentric Family Benten   [64][65]
2013 Genshiken Second Season Kaminaga   [66]
2013 Code Geass: Akito the Exiled Maria Shing Ep. 2 [67]
2013 Coppelion Ibuki Kajii   [68]
2013 Unbreakable Machine-Doll Lisette Norden/Eliza   [69]
2014 Pupa Sachiko Hasegawa   [70]
2014 No Game No Life Fil Nilvalen   [71]
2014 Nanana's Buried Treasure Yukihime Fugi   [72]
2014 Brynhildr in the Darkness Mako Fujisaki   [73]
2014 Akame ga Kill! Schere   [4][74]
2015 Kantai Collection Taihō   [75]
2015 Maria the Virgin Witch Viv   [76]
2015 Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma Hinako Inui   [77]
2015 Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha ViVid Einhart Stratos   [78]
2015 Gangsta. Alex Benedetto   [79]


Anime movies[edit]

List of voice performances in anime feature films
Year Series Role Notes Source[3]
2000 Digimon: The Golden Digimentals Kokomon   [7]
2003 Tokyo Godfathers Kiyoko   [4]
2005 Rockman.EXE Hikari to Yami no Isan Shūko Kido   [80]
2011 Drawer Hobs Noeru short film, limited theatrical release[a] [81][82]
2012 Rainbow Fireflies Saeko (adult)   [83][84]
2013 Persona 3 The Movie: No. 1, Spring of Birth (2013) Fuuka Yamagishi   [85][86]
2014 Persona 3 The Movie: No. 2, Midsummer Knight's Dream Fuuka Yamagishi   [87]
2015 Doraemon: Nobita's Space Heroes Burger Director   [88]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Series Role Notes Source[3]
2002 Galaxy Angel series Kuromie Quark PS2, Windowx, Xbox versions [4][6]
2005 Lucky ☆ Star Moe Drill Hinata Miyakawa   [4]
2005 Mahou Sensei Negima! 1-Jikanme: Okochama Sensei wa Mahoutsukai! Nodoka Miyazaki   [4]
2006 Sengoku Basara 2 Oichi   [4]
2006 Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Fūka Yamagishi   [4]
2006 Kimikiss Mitsuki Shijō   [4]
2007 Shin Lucky ☆ Star Moe Drill: Tabidachi Hinata Miyakawa   [4]
2008 Rune Factory 2 Dorothy   [4]
2008 Mugen no Frontier: Super Robot Wars OG Saga Suzuka-hime   [4]
2009 Dengeki Gakuen RPG: Cross of Venus Haruka Nogizaka   [4]
2010 Sengoku Basara 3 Oichi   [4]
2013 Kantai Collection Taihō, Akitsumaru, Maruyu   [89]
2013 God Eater 2 Ciel Alencon   [90]
2013 Liberation Maiden Sin Hijiri Fuwa   [91]
2014 Super Heroine Chronicle Aoi Kannazuki/Blue Angel, Tiffania   [92]
2015 Occultic;Nine Ririka Nishizono   [93]
2015 Project X Zone 2 Ciel Alencon   [94]
2015 Fate/grand order Saber, Lancer Smartphone RPG [95][96]

Other dubbing[edit]

List of voice performances in localizations of overseas shows and films
Series Role Notes Source[3]
iCarly Morgan    
ParaNorman Aggie    
Andersen Stories The Little Mermaid    

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Release Date Title Catalogue Number
(Japan)
Oricon[97]
Peak
position
Weeks
charted
2008-09-03 Kanjiru Tiffania
(The Familiar of Zero: Princess no Rondo character CD 2)
COCX-35139[98] 160 1
2009-02-25 Mamiko Noto Character Song Collection LHCA-5095[99][100] 66 2

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Release Date Title Catalogue Number
(Japan)
Oricon[101]
Peak
position
Weeks
charted
2004-03-03 "Feel the glow"
(Burn Up Scramble character song collection)
NECA-13029[102]
2005-05-11 Ana
(Strawberry Marshmallow character CD 3)
GNCA-0011[103]
2005-05-25 Strawberry 100% Character File 1 LACM-4198[104]
2005-11-30 "More"
(The Law of Ueki character song collection)
AVCA-22447[105] 133 1
2006-06-28 "Ashita no te" (あしたの手?) COCC-15905 [106] 143 1
2008-03-26 Kinu Watarase
(Tetsudou-Musume Character Song Collection, Volume 11)
LACM-4470[107][108] 129
2008-08-29 Nogizaka Haruka
(Nogizaka Haruka secret character song 1)
GNCA-0116[109] 79 2
2009-07-24 Tomoe
(Queen's Blade: Wandering Warrior character + short drama)
ZMCZ-4622[110] 178 1
2011-11-23 "Ao no kiseki" (青のキセキ?) LASM-4124[111] 102 1

Drama CDs[edit]

List of voice performances in drama audio recordings
Series Role Notes Source[3]
Clannad Kotomi Ichinose   [4]
Gangsta Alex Benedetto   [79]
Gyarukan Kyouko Furuide   [4]
Hayate X Blade Inukami Isuzu   [4]
Idolm@ster Xenoglossia Munakata Naze   [4]
Mahou Sensei Negima Nodoka Miyazaki   [4]
Mai Hime Destiny Yukino Kikukawa   [4]
Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu Haruka Nogizaka   [4]


Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Drawer Hobs was part of the Young Animators Fostering Project 2010, promoted by the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan

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