Sōichirō Hoshi

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Soichiro Hoshi
Native name 保志 総一朗
Born (1972-05-30) May 30, 1972 (age 44)
Aizuwakamatsu, Japan
Other names Takeshi Aiba (相庭 剛志?)
Occupation Voice actor
Years active 1993–present
Agent Arts Vision
Notable credit(s) Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny as Kira Yamato
Sengoku Basara as Sanada Yukimura
Saiyuki as Son Goku
The Law of Ueki as Seiichiro Sano
Kuroko's Basketball as Yukio Kasamatsu
Tokyo Underground as Ginnosuke Isuzu

Sōichirō Hoshi (保志 総一朗 Hoshi Sōichirō?, born May 30, 1972, in Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima) is a Japanese voice actor affiliated with Arts Vision.[1] He uses the name Takeshi Aiba (相庭 剛志 Aiba Takeshi?) when appearing in adult games.[2] Some of his major anime roles include Kira Yamato in Gundam Seed and Gundam Seed Destiny, Kazuki Fuuchouin in GetBackers, Son Goku in Saiyuki, Masaru Daimon in Digimon Savers, Kaoru Hanabishi in Ai Yori Aoshi. In video game franchises he voices Sanada Yukimura in Sengoku Basara, Keiichi Maebara in Higurashi When They Cry, Kilik in Soulcalibur, and various characters in Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time.

For his work Hoshi has been awarded the voice acting award in the Anime Grand Prix in both 2005 and 2006.[3][4] Additionally, in the 2007 Seiyu Awards, Hoshi was a nominee in the category "Best Actors in supporting roles" for his portrayal as Kira Yamato in the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny.[5][6]


Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[7]
1993 Nintama Rantaro Senzo Tachibana [2]
1994 Dirty Pair Flash OVA
1995 Bit the Cupid modem [2]
1995 Mojacko Student [2]
1996 Case Closed Tamanosuke Ito [2]
1996 Brave Command Dagwon Broadcasting staff [2]
1996 Those Who Hunt Elves Waiter / Tom [2]
1997 Princess Rouge Regulus OVA
1997 Fair, then Partly Piggy Boy (boy H) [2]
1998 Ginga Hyōryū Vifam 13 Roddy Shuffle [2][8]
1998 Lost Universe Kain Blueriver [2][8]
1998 DT Eightron Shu [2]
1998 Very Private Lesson (ja:教科書にないッ! Kyokasho ni ai?) Kusakabe OVA
1998 Marvelous Melmo touch Renewal edition [2]
1998 St. Luminous Mission High School Ryuzo Tanami [2][8]
1998 Steam Detectives Narutaki [2]
1999 Burst Ball Barrage!! Super B-Daman Tsuyoshi Okura [2]
1999 Space Pirate Mito series Hikarikoku Aoi Also Two Queens [2][8]
1999 To Heart Masashi Sato [2][8]
1999 Gokudo Issa [2][8]
1999 I'm Gonna Be An Angel! Saiki [2]
1999 Cyborg Kuro-chan Hirosue [2]
1999 Jibaku-kun John [2]
1999 Infinite Ryvius Yuki Aiba [2][8]
1999 We Know You, Moonlight Mask-kun! Kenta Ozeki [2]
2000–04 Saiyuki series Son Goku Also Reload, Reload Gunlock [2][8]
2000 Banner of the Stars Dufiel [2][8]
2000 Dinozaurs Swordsaurus
2000 Argento Soma Ryu Soma, Takuto Kaneshiro [2][8]
2000 Hiwou War Chronicles Hidetaro [2]
2001 Tales of Eternia Keele Zeibel [2]
2001 Comic Party Masashi Sato [2]
2001 Haré + Guu Seiichi Tachibana [2]
2001 Cosmo Warrior Zero Shizuo Ishikura [2][8]
2001–02 One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e Ice Shun OVA [2]
2001 Prince of Tennis Gakuto Mukahi [2][8]
2001 Angelic Layer Ohjiro Mihara [2][8]
2001 Rave Master Lucia Raregroove [2]
2001 s-CRY-ed Kazuma [2][8]
2001 Tokyo Underground Ginnosuke Isuzu [2][8]
2002 Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time: Ajisai Yumegatari Eisen OVA [2][8]
2002 Tokyo Mew Mew Seiji Aizawa [2]
2002–05 Wagamama Fairy: Mirumo de Pon! Kaoru Matsutake [2][8]
2002–03 Ai Yori Aoshi series Kaoru Hanabishi Also Edge [2][8]
2002 .hack//Liminality Masaya Makino
2002 Samurai Deeper Kyo Akira [2][8]
2002 Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Kira Yamato [2][8]
2002 Piano Takizawa [2]
2002 Getbackers Kazuki Fuuchouin [2][8]
2002 Kikou Sennyo Rouran
ja:奇鋼仙女ロウラン
Yamato Mikogami [2][8]
2002 Melody of Oblivion Skyblue [2][8]
2002 Please Teacher Kei Kusanagi [2][8]
2003 .hack//Legend of the Twilight Reki [2]
2003 Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 2: Shiroki Ryuu no Miko Minamoto no Motomi OVA [2]
2003 Pluster World Mashanta [2]
2003 Croket! Risotto / Susie Nick [2]
2003 Please Twins Kei Kusanagi [2]
2003 Planetes Kyutaro Hoshino [2]
2003 Tactics Sugino [2][8]
2003 Beyblade G-Revolution Brooklyn [2]
2004–05 Kaiketsu Zorori series Arthur 2nd TV series, also Majime ni Fumajime [2]
2004 To Heart: Remember My Memories Masashi Sato [2]
2004 Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time Eisen TV series [2]
2004 Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny Kira Yamato [2]
2004 Black Jack Runan / Tsukuda doctor [2]
2004–06 Meine Liebe series Camus Also Wieder [2]
2004 Akane Maniax Takeru Shirogane OVA [2]
2004 Gun Sword Michael Garret [2]
2004 Tenjo Tenge Souichiro Nagi [2][8]
2005 Xenosaga: The Animation Chaos [2][8]
2005 Sukisho Sunao Fujimori, Ran [2]
2005 Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits! Akyuras / Aztec Kamen [2]
2005 Märchen Awakens Romance Alviss [2]
2005 Sengoku Heroes Shinshaku Sanada Ten Braves
ja:新釈 戦国英雄伝説 眞田十勇士 The Animation
Sarutobi Sasuke [2]
2005 The Law of Ueki Seiichiro Sano [2]
2006 Digimon Savers Masaru Daimon [2]
2006–11 Higurashi When They Cry series Keiichi Maehara TV series and OVAs [2][8][9]
2006 Princess Princess Akira Sakamoto [2]
2006 Kirarin Revolution Seiji Hiwatari [2]
2006 Strain: Strategic Armored Infantry Karisufodo-Radofurikkusu [2]
2007–09 Major Uchiyama, Mukaiyama TV series 3-5 [2]
2007–11 Bakugan Battle Brawlers series Masquerade, Joe Brown, Prince Hydron, Lumagrowl Seasons 1-3 [2]
2007 Shining Tears X Wind Souma Akizuki, Zero [2]
2007 Bokurano Masaru Kodaka [2]
2007 Good Luck! Ninomiya-kun Taichi Inoue [2]
2007 Ghost Hound Makoto Ōgami [2]
2007 Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 3: Kurenai no Tsuki Taira no Atsumori [2]
2008 Macross Frontier Brera Sterne [2][8]
2008 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 Gino Weinberg [2]
2008 Vampire Knight series Senri Shiki Also Guilty [2][10]
2008–09 My-Otome 0~S.ifr~ Shiro OVA [2]
2008 Hell Girl Three Vessels Takeru Yukawa [2]
2008 Shugo Chara! Doki Rento Sōma [2]
2008 Tytania Bal'ami Tytania [2]
2008 Sgt. Frog Freezer [2]
2009–10 Sengoku Basara series Sanada Yukimura [2][11]
2009 Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom Toru Shiga [2]
2009 Heaven's Lost Property series Tomoki Sakurai Also Forte [2][8][12]
2010 Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 3 ~Owari Naki Unmei~ Taira no Atsumori [2]
2010 The Betrayal Knows My Name Yuki Sakurai/Gioh [2]
2010–11 Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan Horsehead round Also 1000 years Makyo [2]
2010 Starry Sky Kanakubo Homare [2]
2011 Chibi Devi! Principal [2]
2012 New Prince of Tennis Gakuto Mukahi [2]
2012–15 Symphogear series Shinji Ogawa Also G and GX [2][8][13]
2012 The Knight in the Area Michael Honda [2]
2012–15 Kuroko's Basketball series Yukio Kasamatsu [2][14]
2012 Cardfight!! Vanguard: Asia Circuit Lizard [2]
2012–14 Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions series Makoto Isshiki [2][8]
2012 Btooom! Tetsuo Wakamoto [2]
2013 Karneval Karoku [2]
2013 Arata: The Legend Yorunami [2][8][15]
2013 Fantasista Doll The Rafflesia Man [2][16]
2013–15 Ace of Diamond series Katsuyuki Shirakawa [2][17]
2013 Naruto Shippuden Yashamaru [2][8]
2014 The Pilot's Love Song Fausto Fidel Melze [2][8]
2014 Broken Blade Rygart Arrow [2][18]
2014 Mekaku City Actors Kōsuke Seto [2][19]
2014 Sword Art Online II Death Gun [2][8]
2014 Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement Sanada Yukimura [2]
2014–15 Shonen Hollywood series Daichi Hirosawa Also Holly Stage for 50 [2][20][21]
2015 The Transformers: Mystery of Convoy series Tracks, Sanda Yukimura Also Saranaru Ninkimono e no Mich [2]
2015 Gunslinger Stratos Ryō Kusakage [2][22][23]
2015 Lance N' Masques Lee Kiruha [2]
2015 One-Punch Man Inazu Max [2]
2016 Future Card Buddyfight Triple D Gara [2]



Film[edit]

List of voice performances in feature films
Year Title Role Notes Source[7]
1996 Crayon Shin-chan: Adventure in Henderland Gōman [2]
1998 Perfect Blue Midori [2]
2000 Doraemon: Nobita and the Legend of the Sun King Kakao [2]
2006 Harukanaru Toki no Naka de: Maihitoyo Eisen [2]
2007 The Garden of Sinners: A Study in Murder – Part 1 Lio Shirazumi Kara no Kyōkai movie 1 [2]
2008 The Garden of Sinners: The Hollow Shrine Lio Shirazumi Kara no Kyōkai movie 4 [2]
2008 The Garden of Sinners: Oblivion Recording Lio Shirazumi Kara no Kyōkai movie 6 [2]
2009 Naruto Shippūden 3: Inheritors of the Will of Fire Hiruko [2]
2009 The Garden of Sinners: A Study in Murder – Part 2 Lio Shirazumi Kara no Kyōkai movie 7 [2]
2009 Macross Frontier: Itsuwari no Utahime Brera Sterne [2]
2011 Macross Frontier: Sayonara no Tsubasa Brera Sterne [2]
2011 Sengoku Basara: The Last Party Sanada Yukimura [2][24]
2011 Heaven's Lost Property the Movie: The Angeloid of Clockwork Tomoki Sakurai [2][25]
2011 The Prince of Tennis: Tennis no Ouji-sama Eikoku-shiki Teikyū-jō Kessen! Muko Takehito [2]
2013 Takanashi Rikka Kai: Gekijō-ban Chūnibyō demo Koi ga Shitai! Makoto Isshiki [2]
2014 Sora no Otoshimono Final: Eternal My Master Tomoki Sakurai [2]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[7]
1997 Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix
Also Super Puzzle Fighter
Ryu Arcade [2][8]
1997 Dragoon Machine Lore Genoa Karejinaru PS1/PS2 [2]
1999 To Heart Masashi Sato PS1/PS2 [2][8]
1999 Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere Erich Jaeger PS1/PS2 [2]
1999–12 Soulcalibur series Kilik [2][8]
2000–11 Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time series Eisen, Minamoto no Motomi, Taira no Atsumori, Hiko Futsu, Xuanwu [2][8]
2000 Brigandine: Grand Edition Lance PS1/PS2 [2]
2000 Sukisho series Sunao Fujimori Also 2004 remakes [2]
2000 Skies of Arcadia Enrique DC [2][8]
2000 Tales of Eternia Keele Zeibel PS1/PS2 [2]
2002 Grandia Xtreme Tito PS1/PS2 [2]
2002–06 Xenosaga series Chaos PS1/PS2 [2]
2002 Ever 17: The Out of Infinity Takeshi Kuranari [2]
2002 Rave Master: Special Attack Force Lucia rare Globe PS1/PS2 [2]
2002–04 Saiyuki video games Son Goku Also Reload and Gunlock [2]
2003 Star Ocean: Till the End of Time Fayt Leingod PS1/PS2 [2]
2003–06 Muv-Luv series and related age games Takeru Shirogane Adult PC [2]
2003 Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Hajikesai Heppoko round PS1/PS2 [2]
2003–04 Ai Yori Aoshi series Kaori Hanabishi Also Fall, Spring and summer [2]
2003–05 Croket! series Risotto [2]
2003 Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly Itsuki Tachibana PS1/PS2 [2][8]
2004 Armored Core: Nexus Narration of CM PS1/PS2 [2]
2004 Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana Arlin PS1/PS2 [2]
2004–06 Meine Liebe series Camus [2]
2004–06 Magna Carta series Calintz [2]
2004 Shining Tears Xion PS1/PS2 [2]
2004–15 The Prince of Tennis video games Muko Takehito [2]
2005 Shining Force Neo Vandolf PS1/PS2 [2][8]
2005 Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song Raphael PS1/PS2 [2]
2005 Baldr Force EXE Akira Nikaido PS1/PS2 [2]
2005–15 Sengoku Basara series Sanada Yukimura [2][8][11]
2005 MAR Arm Fight Dream Alvis PS1/PS2 [2]
2006 Growlanser: Heritage of War Rufus PS1/PS2 [2]
2006–15 Higurashi When They Cry series Keiichi Maebara [2][9][26]
2006 Blood+: One Night Kiss Yoshioka Akirani PS1/PS2 [2]
2006 Princess Princess: Himetachi no Abunai Hōkago Sakamoto Yoshiaki PS1/PS2 [2]
2006 Digimon World Data Squad Daimon Masaru PS1/PS2 [2]
2007 Shining Wind Souma Akizuki, Xero PS1/PS2 [2][8]
2007 Another Century's Episode 3: The Final Kira Yamato PS1/PS2 [2][8]
2007–14 Alice in the Country of Hearts series Pierce Villers also remakes [2]
2008 Luminous Arc 2 Roland DS [2][8]
2008–11 Macross Ace Frontier series Brera Stern Also Triangle and Ultimate [2]
2008 Blazer Drive Yaiba DS [2]
2008 Dissidia Final Fantasy Bartz Klauser PSP [2]
2009 Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 Keele Zeibel PSP [2]
2009–13 Starry Sky series Homare Kanakubo [2]
2010 Valkyria Chronicles II Dirk Gassenaru / Leon Hadensu PSP [2]
2010–11 Heaven's Lost Property series Tomoki Sakurai PSP [2]
2010 Another Century's Episode: R Kira Yamato / Gino Weinberg / Brera Stern PS3 [2]
2010 The Betrayal Knows My Name: Tasogare ni ochita inori Kamio Yutsuki PS1/PS2 [2]
2011 Another Century's Episode Portable Kira Yamato PSP [2]
2011 Valkyria Chronicles III Leon Hadensu PSP [2]
2011 Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3 Keele Zeibel PSP [2]
2011 Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Bartz Klauser PSP [2]
2011 Rewrite Mido PC, also remake 2014 [2]
2011 Tales of Xillia Claine K. Charles PS3 [2]
2012 Shining Blade Rage PSP [2]
2012–14 Gunslinger Stratos series Kusakageryo Arcade, also 2 [2][23]
2012–15 Kuroko's Basketball series Yukio Kasamatsu [2]
2012 Bravely Default Ominas Crowe DS [2]
2013 Super Robot Wars Operation Extend Kira Yamato PSP [2]
2014 Shining Resonance Zest Graham PS3 [2]
2015 Return to PoPoLoCRoIS: A STORY OF SEASONS Fairytale Lou DS [2]
2015 Blade Arcus from Shining EX Rage [2]
2016 Persona 5 Goro Akechi In production [27]


Drama CD[edit]

List of voice performances in audio recordings
Title Role Notes Source[7]
7 Seeds Haru Yukima
Alice in the Country of Hearts Pierce Villers
The Betrayal Knows My Name Yuki Sakurai/Gioh
B Gata H Kei Takashi Kosuda [2]
D.N.Angel Daisuke Niwa [8]
GetBackers Kazuki Fuuchouin [2][8]
Harukanaru Toki no Naka de Eisen, Minamoto no Motomi, Taira no Atsumori, Hiko Futsu
Higurashi When They Cry series Keiichi Maehara [2]
Macross Frontier Brera Sterne [8]
Nagasarete Airantō Oriental Institute Yukito [2]
Ouran High School Host Club Hikaru Hitachiin
Saiyuki Son Goku [8]
Scrapped Princess Christopher Armalite, Master [2]
Sengoku Basara Sanada Yukimura
Soul Eater Soul Evans
Special A Jun Yamamoto
Tactics Sugino


Dubbing[edit]

List of voice performances in overseas dubs
Title Role Notes Source[7]
Baywatch Hobie Buchannon
Ben 10 series Ben Tennyson
Cadet Kelly Brad
The Emperor's Club Martin Blythe
Fantasy Factory Rocky
I Wonder If We Can Get Married? Ha Joeng
Ocean Girl Rocky
The Outsiders Johnny Cade
Power Rangers in Space Andros [2]
Protect the Boss Cha Mu-won
Road to Avonlea Felix King
Seed of Chucky Glen
Sesame Street Carlos
The Shining Tony
Young Riders Jesse James


Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Single details Catalog No.
2012 ONE SONGS KICS-1760
2014 LITTLE WORLD
  • Released: May 30, 2014
  • Label: King Records
  • Format: CD
KICS-3063

References[edit]

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