Yukana

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Yukana
Native name ゆかな
Born Yukana Nogami[1]
(1975-01-06) January 6, 1975 (age 41)[2]
Futtsu, Chiba, Japan
Ethnicity Japanese
Occupation Voice actress, singer
Years active 1993–present
Agent Sigma Seven
Website yukana.com

Yukana Nogami (野上 ゆかな Nogami Yakana?), who goes by the stage name Yukana (ゆかな?) is a Japanese voice actress and singer.[3] She is affiliated with Sigma Seven.[4][5] Her major roles include Azuki in Azuki-chan, Yuri Tanima in Wedding Peach, Meiling Li in Cardcaptor Sakura, Tessa in Full Metal Panic, Honoka Yukishiro (Cure White) in Futari wa Pretty Cure, Ulrike in Kyo Kara Maoh!, Yumiko Tomi in Fafner in the Azure, C.C. in Code Geass, Cecilia Alcott in Infinite Stratos, and Kanna in Inuyasha. In tokusatsu, she voices Mezool in Kamen Rider OOO. In video games, she is the voice of Tear Grants in Tales of the Abyss, and Ai Nanasaki in Amagami SS.

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[5]
1992 Crayon Shin-chan Moemi [6]
1993 Moldiver Mirai Ozora OVA, Debut role, first lead role [6][7][2]
1994 Montana Jones Nicoletta TV Debut [6][7]
1994 Macross 7 Chitose ripple
チトセ・リップル
[6]
1994 Mahōjin Guru Guru Pudding
プリン
[6]
1995 Azuki-chan Azusa "Azuki" Noyama [6][7]
1995 Wedding Peach Yuri Tanima / Angel Lily [6][7][1]
1995 Ping-Pong Club Noriko Soma [6]
1996 Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo Ai Mari 代役 [6]
1996–97 Birdy the Mighty Natsumi Hayamiya OVA [6][7]
1997 Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge Felicia OVA [6][7]
1997 Fair, then Partly Piggy Fairy of Spring
春の妖精
[6]
1997 Vampire Princess Miyu Mole [6]
1998 Power Dolls Project α Selma Scheele OVA Ep. 2
弾バージョン
[6][7]
1998 Yu-Gi-Oh Miho Nosaka [6][7]
1998 The Adventures of Mini-Goddess Nozomi [6][7]
1998 Cardcaptor Sakura Meiling Li [6][7][1]
1998 DT Eightron Jessica [6]
1998 Flint the Time Detective Himiko [6]
1998–2000 Blue Submarine No. 6 Mayumi Kino OVA series [6][7]
1999 Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko Lubrum [6][7]
1999 I'm Gonna Be An Angel! Natsumi Suzuhara [6][7]
2000 UFO Baby Kiwi [6]
2000 Sci-Fi Harry Selma Shelley [6][7]
2000 Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Children Mirai Kaname [6][7]
2000 Ghost Stories Shizuko [6]
2001 Samurai Girl: Real Bout High School Rumi Kurumiya [6]
2001 Inuyasha Kanna
2001–03 Angel Tales Mika (Rabbit) Also Chu [6]
2001 Rave Master Reina [6]
2001 Vampiyan Kids Kyurun [6]
2002–06 Full Metal Panic! series Teletha "Tessa" Testarossa [6][7]
2002 Aquarian Age: Sign for Evolution Sarashina [6]
2002 Chobits Kotoko [6][7]
2002 Pita-Ten Shia [6]
2002 The Twelve Kingdoms Youka [6]
2002 Samurai Deeper Kyo Sakuya [6][7]
2002 Dragon Drive Sayaka Towa [6]
2002 Petite Princess Yucie Mimi [6]
2003 Sortie! Machine Robo Rescue Alice Beckham, Marie Bitou [6]
2003 Crush Gear Nitro Arora Shandy (Meena)
アロラ・シャンディ(ミーナ)
[6]
2003 Air Master Mina Nakanotani [6][7]
2003 Astro Boy Roxanne [6]
2003 Last Exile Narrator [6]
2003 Detective School Q Yuri Higetsu [6]
2003 Yami to Bōshi to Hon no Tabibito Lala [6]
2004–05 Futari wa Pretty Cure Honoka Yukishiro (Cure White) Also Max Heart [6][7]
2004–08 Kyo Kara Maoh! series Ulrike [6]
2004 Sgt. Frog Shinano [6]
2004 Fafner in the Azure: Dead Aggressor Yumiko Tomi [6]
2004 Onmyō Taisenki Momo Jōzenji, Hīragi no Horin [6][7]
2004 My-HiME Fumi Himeno, Mashiro Kazahana [6][1]
2004 Bleach Isane Kotetsu [6]
2005 MAR Merillo [6]
2005 Angel Heart Souchin [6]
2005 My-Otome Mashiro Blan de Windbloom [6]
2005 Black Cat Rinslet Walker [6]
2006 Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales Kayo [6]
2006 Digimon Savers Lalamon [6]
2006 Simoun Dominura, Elly/Elif [6][8]
2006 Bakegyamon Aki Hino [6]
2006 Zegapain Mizuki, Shin [6][7]
2006 Ah My Goddess: Flights of Fancy Nozomi [6][7]
2006 Otogi-Jūshi Akazukin Katejina [6]
2006–08, 2012–16 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion series C.C. [9][10][1][11]
2006 Kujibiki Unbalance Kasumi Kisaragi replaced Ayako Kawasumi [6][7]
2006 Hell Girl Yurie 2nd series [6]
2006 Strain: Strategic Armored Infantry Lottie Gelh [6]
2006–07 My-Otome Zwei Mashiro Blan de Windbloom OVA [6]
2006 Digimon Savers: Ultimate Power! Activate Burst Mode Lalamon [6]
2007 Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS Reinforce Zwei [6]
2007 GeGeGe no Kitaro Suzuko Kiyotaki 5th TV series [6][7]
2007 Heroic Age Nilval [6]
2007 Idolmaster: Xenoglossia Rifa [6][7]
2007 Toward the Terra Maria Singh [6]
2007 Devil May Cry: The Animated Series Patty Lowell (adult) [6]
2007 Mononoke Kayo, Nomoto Chiyo [6]
2007 Myself; Yourself Saeko Wakatsuki [6]
2007 Mokke Aki [6]
2007 Genshiken 2 Kasumi Kisaragi [6]
2008 Rosario + Vampire Keito [6]
2008–09 My-Otome 0: S.ifr Narrator, Sakura Hazakura OVA series [6]
2008–09 The Tower of Druaga series Succubus [6]
2008 Zettai Karen Children Fujiko Tsubomi [6]
2008 Our Home's Fox Deity Kūgen Tenko (female) [6][12]
2008 Soul Eater Azusa Yumi [6]
2008–10 Sekirei series Kazehana [6]
2008 Battle Spirits: Shounen Toppa Bashin J's aunt [6]
2008 Tales of the Abyss Tear Grants [6]
2008 Linebarrels of Iron Aika Hasegawa [6]
2009 The Girl Who Leapt Through Space Takane Shishido [6][7]
2009 Inuyasha: The Final Act Kanna [6]
2009 Fairy Tail Michelle Lobster, Imitashia [6]
2009–10 Kiddy Girl-and Troisienne [6][7]
2009 Flying Trapeze Midori [6]
2010 Betrayal Knows My Name Yuki (Previous Life) [6]
2010–12 Amagami SS Ai Nanasaki Also SS+ [6][7][13]
2010 Battle Spirits: Brave Angers Loche [6]
2010 Star Driver Madoka Kei [6]
2011–13 Infinite Stratos series Cecilia Alcott [6][14][15]
2011 Dragon Crisis! Eriko Nanao [6]
2011 Phi Brain: Puzzle of God Demon's High Priestess [6]
2011 Last Exile: Fam, the Silver Wing Dian, Narrator [6][7]
2011 Future Diary Mao Nonosaka [6]
2012 Daily Lives of High School Boys Habara [6][16]
2012 Saint Seiya Ω Gemini Paradox [6]
2012 Hyōka Fuyumi Irisu [6][7]
2012 One Piece Shirahoshi
2012 Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream Himespectchi [6]
2012 Code:Breaker Ex-04 Nenene Fujiwara [6]
2013 Zettai Karen Children: Unlimited Psychic Squad Fujiko Tsubomi [6]
2013 Majestic Prince Lutiel [6]
2013 Genshiken: Second Season Kanako Ohno replaces Ayako Kawasumi [6][17][18]
2013 Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East Kikyo no Hana [6]
2013 Unbreakable Machine-Doll Shoko Karyusai [6][7][19]
2013 Arpeggio of Blue Steel Kongo [6][20]
2013 BlazBlue: Alter Memory Emperor [6]
2014 Strange+ Nana [6]
2014–15 Cross Ange Emma Bronson, Liza Randog [6][7][21]
2014 Gugure! Kokkuri-san Tama [6][22]
2015 Fafner in the Azure: Exodus Yumiko Tomi [6]
2015 Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha ViVid Reinforce Zwei [6]
2015 Blood Blockade Battlefront Emma Macbeth [6]
2015 Gate Mizuki Kohara [6]
2016 Divine Gate Operator, System voice [6][23]
2016 Luck & Logic Succubus [6]

Tokusatsu[edit]

List of voice performances in tokusatsu
Year Title Role Notes Source
2010 Tensou Sentai Goseiger Busuwa Alien Irian of the Queen Bee Episode 9
(Epic 9)
[24]
2010 Kamen Rider OOO Mezool Also in:
Movie War Core
Kamen Rider OOO Movie
[6][24][25]

Films[edit]

List of voice performances in film
Year Title Role Notes Source[5]
1996 X: The Movie Nekoi Yuzuriha [6][7]
1999 Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie Meiling Li [6][7]
2000 Leave it to Kero-chan! Meiling Li short film before feature [6][7]
2000 Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed Card Meiling Li [6][7]
2002 Inuyasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass Kanna [6]
2003 Inuyasha the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler Kanna [6]
2005 Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart the Movie Honoka Yukishiro (Cure White) [6]
2005 Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: A New Translation Four Murasame 2nd and 3rd film, replaces Saeko Shimazu [6][26]
2005 Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart the Movie 2: Friends of the Snow-Laden Sky Honoka Yukishiro (Cure White) [6]
2005 Black Jack: The Two Doctors of Darkness Rock (female disguise) [6]
2007 Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called: The Singing Buttocks Bomb Urara [6]
2007 Summer Days with Coo Idla [6]
2007 Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion Isane Kotetsu, Yang [6]
2009–16 Pretty Cure All Stars series Honoka Yukishiro (Cure White) [6]
2010 Time of Eve Akiko [6]
2010 Fafner:Heaven and Earth Yumiko Tomi [6]
2015 Detective Conan: Sunflowers of Inferno Kumiko Kishi [6][27]
2015 Arpeggio of Blue Steel: Ars Nova Cadenza Kongo [6][28]

Drama CD[edit]

List of voice performances in audio recordings
Year Title Role Notes Source[5]
1997 Power Dolls Wedding March Selma Scheele [6]
2005 Fullmetal Alchemist Vol. 3: Criminal Our Scars
鋼の錬金術師 Vol.3 咎人たちの傷跡
Lina [6]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[5]
1994 Power Dolls 2 Thelma Schele PS [6][7]
1997 Tengai Makyō: Daiyon no Mokushiroku Darkness lover Candy Sega Saturn, also 2006 remake [6]
1998 Atelier Elie: The Alchemist of Salburg 2 Louise Lawrencium PS1/PS2
[6][7]
1998 Ehrgeiz Claire Andrews
クレア・アンドリュース
PS1/PS2
[6]
2000 Blue Submarine No. 6 Antarctica Mayumi Noriyuki PS1/PS2 [6]
2001 Summon Night 2 Hasaha, Pafferu PS [6]
2002 Rave Master: Unfinished secret stone Reina PS1/PS2 [6]
2003 Summon Night 3 Kiyupi, Hazel, Hasaha, Pafferu [6]
2004 Inuyasha Kanna PS1/PS2 [6]
2004 Berserk: Millennium Falcon Hen Seima Senki no Shō Schierke PS1/PS2 [6]
2004–06 Magna Carta: Crimson Stigmata Eonisu Milan PS1/PS2 also Portable in 2006 [6]
2004–05 Futari wa Pretty Cure games Honoka Yukishiro (Cure White) [6]
2005–06 My-Hime games Fumi Himeno [6]
2005 Tales of the Abyss Tear Grants PS1/PS2 [6][7]
2006 Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams Akane "Jubei" Yagyū PS1/PS2 [6]
2006 Black Cat Rinslet Walker PS1/PS2 [6]
2006 School Rumble Tatyana PS1/PS2 [6]
2006 Tokimeki Memorial Girl's Side: 2nd Kiss Shiho Arisawa PS1/PS2 [6]
2006 Digimon World Data Squad Lalamon PS1/PS2 [6]
2006 Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology Tear Grants PSP [6]
2007 Kujibiki Unbalance Kasumi Kisaragi PS1/PS2 [6]
2007 Tales of Fandom Vol.2 Tear Grants PS1/PS2
[6][7]
2008 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion: Lost Colors C.C. PS [6]
2008 Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier Kaguya Nanbu DS [6]
2008 Zettai Karen Children DS: Dai-4 no Children Fujiko Tsubomimi DS [6]
2009 Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 Tear Grants PSP [6]
2009 Amagami Ai Nanasaki PS2 [6][7]
2009 Arc Rise Fantasia Aries Wii [6]
2009 Tales of VS Tear Grants PSP [6]
2010 Ar Tonelico Qoga Richaryosha PS3 [6]
2010 Resonance of Fate Rebecca PS3 [6]
2010 Misshitsu no Sacrifice Chloe PSP [6]
2010 Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier EXCEED Kaguya Nanbu DS
[6]
2010 No Fate! Only the Power of Will Shiina Lycee
椎名理瀬
PSP [6]
2010 Tenshin Ranman - Happy Go Lucky!! Shikine 宍姫 life
市杵宍姫命
PSP [6]
2010 Another Century's Episode: R Teresa Testarossa, C.C. PS3 [6]
2011 Another Century's Episode Portable Four Murasame PSP [6]
2011 Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3 Tear Grants PSP [6]
2011 EbiKore+ Amagami Ai Nanasaki Also 2014 edition [6]
2012 Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Four Eyes
2012 Corpse Party Takai Azusasha Also Blood Drive in 2014 [6]
2012 Project X Zone Nanbu Kaguya DS [6]
2012 Time and Eternity Regio PS3 [6]
2013 Super Robot Wars Operation Extend C.C. PSP [6]
2013 The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Sharon Kruger [6]
2014 Super Heroine Chronicle Cecilia Alcott [6][29]
2014 Infinite Stratos 2: Ignition Hearts Cecilia Alcott [6][30]
2014 The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Sharon Kruger [6]
2014 Tales of the World: Reve Unitia Tear Grants DS [6]
2015 Cross Ange tr. Emma Bronson [6]
2015 Luminous Arc Infinity Violet Other [6][31]
2015 Infinite Stratos 2: Love and Purge Cecilia Alcott [6]
2016 Summon Night 6 Hasaha [6]


Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • all or nothing (27 November 1998)
  • 命咲く (29 October 2008)[32]
  • 春の雪 (25 May 2012)

Albums[edit]

  • yu ka na (23 December 1998)
  • Blooming Voices (29 October 2008)[32]
  • Kaze Tsumugi no Aria (風紡ぎのアリア) From the album Brilliant World Tales of The Abyss Image Song

References[edit]

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