Rina Satō

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Rina Satō
Native name 佐藤 利奈
Born (1981-05-02) May 2, 1981 (age 35)
Kitakyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
Other names Asakura Suzune (朝倉鈴音?)
Occupation
Years active 2001–present
Agent Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society

Rina Satō (佐藤 利奈 Satō Rina?, born May 2, 1981 in Kitakyushu) is a Japanese voice actress and singer who works for Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society.[1] She won the Best Lead Actress Award in the 8th Seiyu Awards.[2] She voiced Tsutako Takeshima in Maria-sama ga Miteru, Negi Springfield in Negima!, Mikoto Misaka in A Certain Magical Index, and Rei Hino/Sailor Mars in Sailor Moon Crystal. In video games she voices Yūki Kusakabe in To Heart2, Esty Dee in Atelier, Kaoru Tanamachi in Amagami, and Vert (Green Heart) in Hyperdimension Neptunia.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[3]
2003 Divergence Eve Prim Snowlight [4][5]
2003 Popotan Student [4]
2004 Misaki Chronicles Prim Snowlight [4][5]
2004–09 Maria-sama ga Miteru Tsutako Takeshima [4][5]
2004 Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch Pure Girl [4]
2004 Uta Kata Nurse [4]
2005–09 Negima! Magister Negi Magi series Negi Springfield [4][5][6]
2005 Majime ni Fumajime: Kaiketsu Zorori Umaki
ウマキ
[4]
2005–06 Fushigiboshi no Futagohime Mia, Sophie [4]
2005 Glass Mask Young Maria [4]
2005 Best Student Council Yukimi Itami [4]
2005 Futakoi Alternative Gankuro [4]
2005 Loveless Schoolgirl [4]
2005 Honey and Clover Schoolgirl [4]
2005 Da Capo: Second Season Munepi [4]
2005–12 To Heart 2 series Yūki Kusakabe [4][7][8]
2005 Hell Girl Yuka Kasuga [4][5]
2005 Mushishi IO [4][5]
2005–06 School Rumble Kōsuke Ichijō [4][5]
2006 Tactical Roar Flood [4]
2006 Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl Natsuko Kameyama [4]
2006 Binchō-tan Ren-tan [4]
2006 REC Boy [4]
2006 Magical Witch Punie-Chan Punie Tanaka OVA [4][9]
2006 Zegapain Mizusawa [4]
2006 Saru Get You -On Air- Charu [4]
2006 Honey and Clover Female student 2nd season [4]
2006 Coyote Ragtime Show February [4][5]
2006 Tona-Gura! Yuji (child), Arisa Shidō [4]
2006 Mobile Suit Gundam SEED C.E. 73: Stargazer Mudie Holcroft OVA [4]
2006 Baldr Force EXE Resolution Tsukina Sasagiri OVA [4]
2006 Negima!? Negi Springfield [4]
2006 Intrigue in the Bakumatsu - Irohanihoheto Yuyama Kakunojō [4][5]
2007 Shattered Angels Kozue Satō [4]
2007 Major Tateishi TV series 3 [4]
2007 Gurren Lagann Kiyoh Bachika [4]
2007–13 Hayate the Combat Butler Shiori Makimura, Jenny, Kotaro Azumamiya, Eight, Mecha Butler Thirteen, Orumuzuto Nadja, Butler Mini Yon, others [4]
2007 Heroic Age Prome O [4]
2007–09 Shinkyoku Sokai Polyphonica Prinesca Yugiri Also Crimson S in 2009 [4][5]
2007 Kishin Taisen Gigantic Formula Mana Kamishiro [4][5]
2007 Big Windup! Suzune Miyashita [4]
2007 Bamboo Blade Satori Azuma [4]
2007 Night Wizard The Animation Kureha Akabane [4][5]
2007–13 Minami-ke Haruka Minami [10][11]
2008 H2O Footprints in the Sand Teacher [4]
2008 Yatterman Byun Kuroimo [4]
2008 Blue Dragon: Trials of the Seven Shadows Primula [4]
2008 Zettai Karen Children Hotaru Nowaki, Masaru Tōno [4]
2008 Net Ghost PiPoPa Yūta Akikawa [4]
2008 Hakken Taiken Daisuki! Shimajirō Narrator [4]
2008 Junjo Romantica Akihiko Usami (boy) [4]
2008 Nijū Mensō no Musume Shunka Koito [4]
2008 Kyōran Kazoku Nikki Gekka Midarezaki [4]
2008 Telepathy Shōjo Ran Saeko Ito [4]
2008–12 Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu Shiina Amamiya [4][5]
2008 Blade of the Immortal Rin Asano [4][12]
2008–10 A Certain Magical Index Mikoto Misaka [13][14]
2008 Macademi Wasshoi! Futaba Kirishima [4]
2008–10 Nodame Cantabile Lucas Paris, Finale [4]
2009–12 Natsume's Book of Friends Touru Taki [4]
2009 Viper's Creed Kelly [4]
2009 Asu no Yoichi Ibuki Ikaruga [4][5]
2009 Kurokami: The Animation Risa Yamada, YoshiYuki [4]
2009 Beyblade: Metal Fusion Dan and Riki Soudou [4]
2009 Umineko no Naku Koro ni Ange Ushiromiya [4][5]
2009 Nyan Koi! Chizuru Mochizuki, Cindy [4][5]
2009–13 A Certain Scientific Railgun Mikoto Misaka [15][16]
2009 Tatakau Shisho: The Book of Bantorra Yuri Hamuro
ユーリ=ハムロー
[4]
2009 Miracle Train: ōedo-sen e Yōkoso Mother of the road??
みちの母
[4]
2009 Whispered Words Shomei
照明
[4]
2010–11 The Qwaser of Stigmata Yumie Hiragi [4][5]
2010 Quiz Magic Academy
ja:クイズマジックアカデミー
Yu, Satsuki OVA 2 [4]
2010 Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku Yulia Tymoshenko OVA [4]
2010 Shimajiro Hesoka Narrator [4]
2010 Mayoi Neko Overrun! Kazumi Satou [4][5]
2010–12 Amagami SS Kaoru Tanamachi [4][5][17]
2010 MM! Tatsukichi Hayama [4][5]
2011 I Don't Like You at All, Big Brother!! Rin Yatagai [4][5]
2011 Air Gear: Break on the Sky Rika Noyamano OVA [4]
2011 Bleach Mayu Ep. 313 [4]
2011–13 Yondemasuyo, Azazel-san Rinko Sakuma [4][18][19]
2011 Sket Dance Biba-chan [4]
2011 Astarotte no Omocha! Naoya Tōhara [4][5][20]
2011 Blue Exorcist Shura Kirigakure [4][5][21]
2011–13 Ro-Kyu-Bu! Touko Hatano [4][5]
2011 Croisée in a Foreign Labyrinth Claude (childhood) [4]
2011 The Mystic Archives of Dantalian Ratisha Serkis
ラティーシャ・サーキス
[4]
2011 Baby Princess 3D Paradise 0 Miharu Amatsuka OVA [4][5]
2011–13 Phi Brain: Puzzle of God Tamaki Chieno [4]
2011 Maken-ki! Martha Minerva [4][5][5]
2012 Bodacious Space Pirates Jenny Dolittle [4]
2012 Brave 10 Isanami [4][22]
2012 Listen to Me, Girls. I Am Your Father! Sawako Midorikawa [4]
2012 Shirokuma Cafe Hiromi [4]
2012 Sengoku Collection Ashikaga Yoshiteru [4]
2012 Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero Listy El Da Sherfied [4]
2012 The Ambition of Oda Nobuna Louise Frois [4][5]
2012–13 Maji de Otaku na English! Ribbon-chan: Eigo de Tatakau Mahō Shōjo
ja:マジでオタクなイングリッシュ!りぼんちゃん ~英語で戦う魔法少女~
Garnet [4][23][24]
2012 B-Daman Fireblast
(Cross Fight B-Daman eS)
Chaos [4]
2013 Hetalia: The Beautiful World Protagonist's wife [4]
2013 Space Battleship Yamato 2199 Makoto Harada [4]
2013 Brothers Conflict Ema Asahina [4][25]
2013 Sunday Without God Hana/Alfa replaces Yuko Goto [4][5][26]
2013 Genshiken: Second Generation Saki Kasukabe [4][5][27]
2013 Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation Vert (Green Heart) [4][5][28]
2013 Wanna Be the Strongest in the World Kanae Fujishita [4][29]
2013–15 Non Non Biyori Kaede Kagayama [4][5]
2013 BlazBlue Alter Memory Ragna the Bloodedge (child) [4]
2014 Buddy Complex Elvira Hill [4][30]
2014 Saki: The Nationals Sae Usuzawa [4]
2014 No-Rin Tsukasa Nakazawa [4][5]
2014 Cardfight Vanguard: Legion Mate Rati Curti [4][5]
2014 The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior Mayumi Nishikino [4]
2014 Blade & Soul Maina [4]
2014 Brynhildr in the Darkness Miki, Ryota Murakami (children) [4]
2014–15 Knights of Sidonia Numi Tahiro [4]
2014 M3 the dark metal Young Iwato, Mimei Maki [4]
2014 Free! Eternal Summer Kisumi Shigino (child [4]
2014–16 Sailor Moon Crystal Rei Hino/Sailor Mars [31][32][33]
2014 Laughing Under the Clouds Botan [4][34]
2014 Magic Kaito 1412 Philip Maximillion de Ingram [4]
2014 Celestial Method Koharu's mother [4]
2014 Gugure! Kokkuri-san Kureha [4]
2014 A Good Librarian Like a Good Shepherd Miyu Serizawa [4][5]
2014 Girl Friend Beta Akane Sakurai [35][36]
2015 Minna Atsumare! Falcom Gakuen SC Rixia Mao ??
リーシャ
[4]
2015 Gourmet Girl Graffiti Ryō Machiko [4][5][37]
2015 The Idolmaster Cinderella Girls Chihiro Senkawa [4]
2015 Re-Kan! Grandmother [4]
2015 Aki no Kanade
ja:アキの奏で
Aki Miyagawa [4]
2015 Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers Mora Chester [4]
2015 Sky Wizards Academy Socie Whitale [4]
2015 Heavy Object Lendy Farolito [4][38]
2016 Haruchika: Haruta & Chika Chinatsu's mother [4]
2016 Girls Beyond the Wasteland Taiko Ōiso [4][5]
2016 Gate Nora season 2 [4]
2016 Hundred Souffle Clearrall [4][5]
2016 Kuromukuro Paula Kowalczyk [4]
2016 Kiznaiver Honoka Maki [4][39]
2016 Planetarian: The Reverie of a Little Planet web series [40]
Assassination Classroom Yukiko Kanzaki event anime only [41]

Film[edit]

List of voice performances in film
Year Title Role Notes Source[3]
2008 Gurren Lagann the Movie –Childhood's End- Kiyoh [4]
2008 One ball of the theater version MAJOR major friendship Sudo Naomasa [4]
2009 Hells Angels Giriera [4]
2009 Gurren Lagann the Movie – The Lights in the Sky Are Stars Kiyoh [4]
2010 Time of Eve Nagi [4][42]
2011 Negima! Anime Final Negi Springfield [4][5]
2012 Blue Exorcist the Movie Shura Kirigakure [4]
2013 Toaru Majutsu no Index: Endymion's Miracle Mikoto Misaka [4]
2014 Bodacious Space Pirates The Movie: Abyss of Hyperspace Jenny Dolittle [4]
2014 Chain Chronicle Mishidia / Yugudo theatrical anime shorts, limited run [43]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[3]
2003 Snow Sakura Misaki Soya PC Adult, as Suzune Asakura [4]
2004–15 To Heart 2 games Yūki Kusakabe [4][8]
2005 Best Student Council Yukimi Itami PS1/PS2 [4]
2005–16 Quiz Magic Academy series Yu, Satsuki Arcade, starting with 3 [4]
2006 Suikoden V Luserina PS1/PS2 [4]
2006 Negima Negi Springfield PS1/PS2 [4][5]
2006 True Tears Katsura Yukishiro PC, Also PS2 remake in 2008 [4]
2006 Xenosaga Episode III May Magus PS1/PS2 [4]
2006 Asobi ni Iku yo! ~Chikyû Pinchi no Konyaku Sengen~ Faye PS1/PS2, Game original character [4]
2006 Rec: Doki Doki Seiyū Paradise Maki Koiwai PS1/PS2 [4]
2007 RoutesPE Yuna Kajiwara PS1/PS2 [4]
2007 Bincho-tan Shiawase-goyomi Ren-tan PS1/PS2 [4][5]
2007 Magician's Academy Futaba Kirishima PS1/PS2 [4][5]
2007 Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis Melanie Ruthers PS1/PS2 [4]
2008 Night Wizard: Denial of the World Kureha Akabane PS1/PS2 [4]
2008 Star Ocean: Second Evolution Philia PSP [4]
2008 Aoi Shiro Nami, Yasuhime like PS1/PS2 [4]
2008 Mana Khemia 2: Fall of Alchemy Liliane Vehlendorf PS1/PS2 [4]
2008 Zettai Karen Children DS: Dai-4 no Children Hotaru Nowaki DS [4]
2008–10 Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu games Shiina Amamiya PS1/PS2 [4][5]
2008 Otomedius G Aoba Anoa [4][44]
2008 Rune Factory Frontier Black Iris Wii [4]
2008 Tales of Hearts Dona Meteoryte DS [4]
2009 Dengeki Gakuen RPG: Cross of Venus Mikoto Misaka DS [4]
2009–14 Amagami Kaoru Tanamachi PS1/PS2, Also Ebikore+ [4][5][17]
2009 Hayate the Combat Butler!! Nightmare Paradise Eight PSP [4]
2009 Bamboo Blade: Sorekara no Chousen Satori Azuma PSP [4]
2009 Arc Rise Fantasia Crown?
リューズ
Wii [4][45]
2009–15 Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland Esty Dee also Plus and remakes [4]
2009 Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls Nyarutorisu-Arumentarisu
ニャルトリス・アルメンタリス
PS3 [4]
2010 Zangeki no Reginleiv Ran Wii [4]
2010 White Album Sayoko Kisaragi Character introduced in PS3 version [4]
2010–15 Corpse Party games Naomi Nakashima PSP [4]
2010–15 Hyperdimension Neptunia games Vert (Green Heart) [4][46][47]
2010 Zero no Kiseki Lisha Mao
リーシャ・マオ
PSP, also Evolution in 2014 [4][5]
2010–11 Umineko When They Cry games Ange Ushiromiya PS3 [4]
2011–13 A Certain Magical Index games Mikoto Misaka PSP [4]
2011 Tsukumonogatari Tono Sakumi PSP [4][5]
2011 Otomedius Excellent Aoba Anoa [4]
2011–13 Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland Esty Dee PS3, also Plus [4]
2011 Queen's Gate Spiral Chaos Lili PSP [4]
2011 Tales of Xillia Presa PS3 [4]
2011 Ro-Kyu-Bu! Touko Hatano PSP [4]
2011 A Certain Scientific Railgun Mikoto Misaka PSP [4][5]
2012 Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! S Yoshitsune Minamoto PC Adult
As Usa Nato (奈取うさ)
[4]
2012–13 Root Double: Before Crime * After Days Kazami Tachibana Also Xtend [4]
2012–15 Girl Friend Beta Akane Sakurai Also Summer [4][48]
2012 Tales of Xillia 2 Presa PS3 [4]
2012–15 A Good Librarian Like a Good Shepherd Miyu Serizawa PC Adult, as Suzune Asakura [4]
2013 PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Char [4]
2013 Tales of Hearts R Sango Corallo [4]
2013 Mind Zero Shana Chikage [4][49]
2013 Tears to Tiara II: Heir of the Overlord Elissa PS3 [4][50]
2014 Super Heroine Chronicle Noel Kazamatsuri [4][51]
2014 Sailor Moon Crystal Sailor Mars [4]
2014 Hamatora: Look at Smoking World D DS [4]
2014 The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II Rixia Mao [4]
2014 Dungeon Travelers 2 Yuki Kusakabe [4]
2014 Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven Luchs Eduard DS [4][52]
2014 Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Mikoto Misaka Also Ignition in 2015 [4]
2015 Higurashi When They Cry Sui Chisato Saeki replaces Eri Kitamura [4][53]
2015 Dragon Quest VIII Yurima 3DS version [4]
2015 Saki: The Nationals Sae Usuzawa [4]
2015 7th Dragon III Code: VFD Character voice DS [4]
2016 Cardfight!! Vanguard: Ride to Victory!! Yukino Mizuki DS [4]
2016 Gundam Breaker 3 Haru [54]
2016 Tales of Berseria Velvet Crowe [4][55]
2016 Persona 5 Makoto Niijima [4][56][57]

Drama CD[edit]

List of voice performances in drama CD
Year Title Role Notes Source
2005 Chitose Get You!! Hinako Hiiragi [4]
2006 Venus Versus Virus Sumire Takahana [4]
2007 Negima! Negi Springfield, Tsukune 2 Drama CDs [5][58]
2008–09 Minami-ke Haruka Minami 3 releases [5][59]
2008 Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu Amamiya Shiina 2 CDs [60]
2010 A Certain Scientific Railgun Mikoto Misaka Archives 1, 2, and 3 [5][61]
2011 A Certain Magical Index Mikoto Misaka Index II Archives 3 and 4 [5][62]
Heaven's Memo Pad Chiemi Aigasawa [5]
Ro-Kyu-Bu! Fuyuko Hatano [5]
Arpeggio of Blue Steel Takao [63]

Dubbing[edit]

Title Role Notes Source
Dragon Lord 2014 recording [64]
Kyle XY Amanda Bloom [65]
Chuggington Brewster [66]
Evil Dead Olivia [67]
Tarzan Jane [68]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Release dates Titles Notes Source
December 22, 2005 "Masshiro na Kimochi" (まっ白な気持ち?) [69]
July 28, 2006 "Himawari Days" (ひまわりデイズ☆?) [70]
October 24, 2007 "Keikenchi Joushouchuu" [71]
November 21, 2007 "Colorful Days" [72]
January 23, 2008 "Kokoro no Tsubasa" [73]
February 6, 2008 "Sono Koe ga Kikitakute" [74]
July 2, 2008 "Appare Henka ja" (あっぱれ変化じゃ。?)
Gekka Midarezaki (Rina Satou)
Kyōran Kazoku Nikki ending theme
#129 on Oricon [75]
July 23, 2008 "Hitosashiyubi Quiet" [76]
September 26, 2008 "Amamiya Shiina" Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu character CD 3
#86 on Oricon
[77][78]
December 17, 2008 "Haru Natsu Aki Toujou!" [79]
January 21, 2009 "Keikenchi Soku Jōjō" (経験値速上々↑↑?) [80][81][82]
January 21, 2009 "Zettai Colorful Sengen" (絶対カラフル宣言?) [80][83][84]
February 25, 2009 "Kyōmoashitamo goisshoni!" (今日も明日もご一緒に?)
Ibuki Ikaruga (Rina Satou)
Asu no Yoichi! Character Song Vol.1 Ikaruga Ibuki
#193 on Oricon
[85]
October 23, 2009 "Himitsu Suishou! Uruto Love" [86]
August 18, 2010 "Kitto Ashita Wa" (きっと明日は・・・(特別盤)?) #39 on Oricon [87]
January 23, 2013 "Shiawase High Tension" [88]
January 23, 2013 "Kyuusekkin Lucky Days" [89]
January 30, 2013 "HP ∞ LOVE Power" Hyperdimension Neptunia Vol. 3 – Vert × Green Heart
#59 on Oricon
[90]
November 20, 2013 "Only My Way"
Arthur Technosmith (Rina Satou)
Kanku-San-Sei Million Arthur Character Song 1
#123 on Oricon
[91][92]
August 19, 2016 "My Longing"
Terase Yuno (Rina Satou)
Tsukiuta series
#157 on Oricon
[93]

Albums[edit]

Release dates Titles Notes Source
March 25, 2005 Sorairo no Ribbon (空色のリボン?) [94]
April 21, 2006 Sugar Sky [95]
April 13, 2007 Twin Moon [96]
February 27, 2009 N's [97]
July 23, 2009 Minamike Character Song Best Album [98]
November 26, 2009 Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu Purezza A LA CARTE 1 [99]
December 23, 2009 Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu Purezza A LA CARTE 2 [100]
January 27, 2010 Happy? [101]
February 26, 2010 Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu Purezza A LA CARTE 3 [102]

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