Yukari Tamura

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Yukari Tamura
Native name 田村 ゆかり
Born (1976-02-27) February 27, 1976 (age 40)
Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
Occupation Voice actress, singer
Years active 1997–present
Agent Arts Vision (-2007)
I'm Enterprise (2007-2016)
Amuleto (2016-)
Website www.tamurayukari.com
Musical career
Genres J-pop, anison
Instruments Singing
Labels PolyGram Japan (1997-2001)
Konami (2001-2007)
King (2007-2016)
Associated acts Yui Horie

Yukari Tamura (田村 ゆかり Tamura Yukari?, born February 27, 1976 in Fukuoka Prefecture) is a Japanese voice actress, and singer affiliated with Amuleto, formerly Arts Vision and I'm Enterprise.[1][2] Affectionately called Yukarin by her fans, she is also known for her high-pitched voice and interest in Lolita fashion. She debuted as a voice actress in 1997, releasing her debut single "Yūki o Kudasai" on March 26, 1997. Several of her releases have been used as opening and ending themes for anime series, while some have reached the Oricon top 100 singles and album charts. Her role as Nanoha Takamachi in the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha series contributed to a rise in her popularity, as several of her singles ("Little Wish: Lyrical Step", "Spiritual Garden", "Hoshizora no Spica", "Beautiful Amulet") were used as the ending themes for the franchise's anime adaptations. Besides Nanoha, she voices the title characters Haruka Minazuki / Red Angel in Kaitō Tenshi Twin Angel, Ringo Kinoshita in No-Rin, Yamada in B Gata H Kei, and Kaoru Tsunashi in I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying. Other major voice roles in anime include Ranpha Franboise in Galaxy Angel, Mai Kawasumi in Kanon, Mei Sunohara in Clannad, and Saku Tōyama in Tantei Opera Milky Holmes, Rika Furude in Higurashi When They Cry, and Tenten in Naruto.[3] In video games, besides the ones that were adapted into anime, she voices Talim in Soulcalibur and Myao in Marl Kingdom. In tokusatsu, she is known for her voice role as Navi in 35th Super Sentai Series, Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.

Life and career[edit]

Born in Fukuoka Prefecture, Tamura gained notoriety as an advocate for the Lolita fashion movement, wearing Lolita-style clothing in public, as well as for her music releases, often in music videos and on the covers of her CD releases. In 2001, Tamura formed a unit called Yamato Nadeshiko with another well known voice actress, Yui Horie. Two singles were released, Mō Hitori no Watashi and Merry Merrily - the latter of which was an insert song in the Love Hina Christmas Special.

On January 1, 2007, Tamura's talent management agency changed from Arts Vision to I'm Enterprise, a subsidiary of Arts Vision, and on April 1, 2007, Tamura's record company officially changed from Konami to King Records, however, there was no material effect to Tamura because the actual record production of Konami is carried out by King Records. She has also featured as a narrator of Japanese anime satellite television network Animax.

In February 2016, Tamura's agency announced that a concert which had been announced during a Niconico livestream in 2015 would be cancelled. Her management also announced that her fanclub would change ownership and her radio programs would end. Her staff's Twitter account would be closed and her website would undergo maintenance.[4] On February 13, 2016, her management announced that her contract with King Records would end on March 20, 2016.[5] She changed her agency once more from I'm Enterprise to Amuleto.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source[6]
1992 Crayon Shin-chan Various characters [7]
1997 Tenchi in Tokyo Yoshinaga [7][8]
1997 Battle Athletes Young Ayla, others Also Victory [7][8]
1998 Trigun Helen Ep. 9 [7][8]
1998 Sentimental Journey Micah [7]
1998 Case Closed Mina Aoshima Ep. 121 [8]
1999 Angel Links Yayoi, others [7][8]
1999 Orphen Revenge Waitress [7]
1999 Dai-Guard Fuuka Tanigawa [7]
1999–2000 The Big O Girl, Forensics [7][8]
1999 Seraphim Call Miki Ep. 7 [8]
2000 Boogiepop Phantom Kyoko Kinoshita [7][8]
2000 Mon Colle Knights Elf [7]
2000 The King of Braves GaoGaiGar Final Anryu, Kouryu, Tenryujin OVA, Also Grand Glorious Gathering in 2005 [7]
2000 Oh! Super Milk-Chan Hirosue [7]
2000 Miami Guns Lu Amano [7][8][9]
2000 Platinumhugen Ordian Mei Li [7]
2000 Brigadoon: Marin & Melan Companion [7]
2000 Fighting Spirit Aikawa [7]
2000 Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Children Nekomata [7]
2000 Invincible King Tri-Zenon Kurama Kyou, Riku Munakata [7][8]
2000 Dotto Koni-chan Moro [7]
2000 Labyrinth of Flames Kasumi [8]
2001 Prétear Yayoi Takato [7][8]
2001 The SoulTaker Asuka Sakurai [7][8]
2001 Zaion: I Wish You Were Here Ai [7][8]
2001 s-CRY-ed Kanami Yuta [7][8]
2002 Full Metal Panic! AI (Kurtz machine) [7]
2002 Please Teacher Ichigo Morino [7][8][9]
2002 Kanon Mai Kawasumi [7][8]
2002–06 Galaxy Angel series Ranpha Franboise [7][8][9]
2002 Pita Ten Misha [7][8][9]
2002 Jing: King of Bandits Rose [7][8]
2002 G-On Riders Zero [7][8]
2002–07 Naruto Tenten [7][8]
2002–04 Nurse Witch Komugi Asuka Sakurai OVA [8]
2003 Interlude Maiko Tamaki OVA [8]
2003–08 D.C.: Da Capo series Sakura Yoshino Also Second Season, II and II: Second Season [7][8]
2003 Please Twins! Ichigo Morino [7]
2003–04 Godannar series Ellis Valentine [7]
2003 R.O.D the TV Haruhi Nishizono, Natsume Nishizono [7][8]
2004 Midori Days Shiori Tsukishima [7]
2004 The Melody of Oblivion Koko Ninna-Nanna [7][8]
2004 Le Portrait de Petit Cossette Kaori Nishimoto [7]
2004 DearS Nia [7][8]
2004–07 Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha series Nanoha Takamachi Also A's, Strikers [7][8]
2004 My-Hime Midori Sugiura [7]
2004 Kujibiki Unbalance Komaki Asagiri [7][8]
2004–05 Final Approach Miki Moriya [7][8]
2004 Uta Kata Michiru Munakata [8]
2005 Jinki: Extend Rui Kousaka [7][8]
2005 Air Michiru [7][8]
2005–06 Otogi-Jūshi Akazukin Akazukin OVA, TV series [7]
2005 Best Student Council Rino Randō [7]
2005 Trinity Blood Wendy [7][8]
2005 Full Metal Panic!: The Second Raid Kurtz's AI [7]
2005–07 Shakugan no Shana Tiriel [7][8]
2005 My-Otome Midori Sugiura [7]
2005 SoltyRei Celica [7][8]
2005 Itsudatte My Santa! MaiMai OVA [7][8]
2006 Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl Tomari Kurusu, Mari [7]
2006 Gintama Saki Hanano [7]
2006 Ouran High School Host Club Éclair Tonnerre [7]
2006–12 Higurashi When They Cry series Rika Furude Also Kai, Rei, others [7][8][10]
2006 Tokimeki Memorial Only Love Yukari Higashino [7][8]
2006 Kanon Mai Kawasumi 2006 remake [7][8]
2007–present Naruto Shippuden Tenten [7]
2007 Heroic Age Tail Ol Nahilm [7][8]
2007 Idolmaster: Xenoglossia Iori Minase [7][8]
2007 Sugar Bunnies series Momousa and Hanausa, Charlotte Also Chocolat, Fleur [7]
2007 Mushi-Uta Azusa Horizaki, Minmin [7]
2007 Moetan Ink Nijihara, Pastel Ink [7]
2007 My-Otome Zwei Midori OVA [7]
2007 Sketchbook: full color'S Nagisa Kurihara [7]
2007 Myself; Yourself Shuri Wakatsuki [7][8]
2007–09 Clannad series Mei Sunohara Also After Story [7][8]
2008 Nabari no Ou Shinraban-sho [7]
2008 Monochrome Factor Lulu [7]
2008–15 Kaitō Tenshi Twin Angel Haruka Minazuki / Red Angel OVA and Twinkle Paradise [11][12][13][14]
2008–10 Black Butler series Elizabeth Midford Also II [7][15]
2009 The Girl Who Leapt Through Space Kazane Shishido [7][8]
2009 Asu no Yoichi! Chihaya Ikaruga [7][8]
2009 Kurokami: The Animation Excel [7][16]
2009 Hayate the Combat Butler!! Maya [7][8]
2009–10 Gokujō!! Mecha Mote Iinchō Momozato Marin [7]
2009 Umineko no Naku Koro ni Bernkastel [7][8]
2009 Kämpfer Black Seppuku Rabbit [7][8]
2009 A Certain Scientific Railgun Miho Jufuku [7][8]
2009 The Book of Bantorra Ireia = Kitty (adolescence) [7]
2010 The Qwaser of Stigmata Eva-R [7][8]
2010 Katanagatari Togame [7][8]
2010 B Gata H Kei Yamada [7][8][17]
2010 Mayoi Neko Overrun! Kaho Chikumaen [7]
2010 Stitch! twin [7]
2010–13 Oreimo series Kanako Kurusu, Kirara Hoshino, Meruru [7][8]
2010–13 Tantei Opera Milky Holmes series Saku Tōyama [7][8]
2011–13 Infinite Stratos series Tabane Shinonono [7][8]
2011 Steins;Gate Suzuha Amane [7][8]
2011 Sket Dance Fu-Fu- Fuka-chan [7]
2011 Astarotte no Omocha! series Asuha Tōhara Also EX [7][8]
2011 Fear [7][18]
2011 Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi 2 An Kohinata [7]
2011 Ben-To Kyou Sawagi [7]
2011 A Bridge to the Starry Skies Yūka Dan OVA special [19]
2012 Waiting in the Summer Remon Yamano [7][20]
2012 Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals Tenten [7]
2012 Shirokuma Cafe Penguin waitress [7]
2012–13 AKB0048 series Mayu Watanabe Type 3 Also Next Stage [7][8][21]
2012 Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere: Season 2 Elizabeth [7][22]
2012 Busou Shinki Yda [8]
2013 Oreshura Masuzu Natsukawa [7][8][23]
2013 Muromi-san series Muromi-san [7][8][24]
2013 Aiura Misuzu Wakatsuki [7]
2013 The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat The Steel King / Tsukushi Tsutsukakushi [7][8][25]
2013 Donyatsu
ja:どーにゃつ
Donyatsu [26]
2013–15 Kin-iro Mosaic Isami Omiya [7][8]
2013 Kill la Kill Nui Harime [7][27]
2013 Yowamushi Pedal Kotori Himeno [7][28]
2013 Samurai Flamenco Sakura Momoi [7]
2014 Robot Girls Z Emperor of Darkness [7]
2014 Saki: The Nationals Hayari Mizuhara [7]
2014–15 Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life Announcement Wooser [7][29]
2014 No-Rin Ringo Kinoshita [7][8][30]
2014 If Her Flag Breaks Mimori Seiteikōji [7][8][31]
2014 Dai-Shogun - Great Revolution Chiharu [7]
2014 No Game No Life Jibril [7][32]
2014 Akame ga Kill! Mine [7][8][33]
2014 Kuroshitsuji: Book of Circus Elizabeth Midford [7]
2014–15 I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying series Kaoru Tsunashi [7][27]
2014 Cross Ange Hildegard Schlievogt [7][8][34]
2014 Gugure! Kokkuri-san Narrator [7][35]
2014 Gonna be the Twin-Tail!! Mega Neptune Mk. II [7][8]
2014 Shirobako Rina Souma [7]
2014 Girl Friend Beta Koruri Tokitani [7]
2015 Absolute Duo Rito Tsukimi [7]
2015 Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha ViVid Nanoha Takamachi [7][36]
2015 Takamiya Nasuno Desu! Ayano Takamiya [7][37]
2015 Seiyu's Life! Herself [7][8]
2016 Muv-Luv: Schwarzesmarken Beatrix Brehme [7][8][38]
2016 The Asterisk War Violet Weinberg season 2 [7]
2016 Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamoto Kana [7][39]
2016 Shōnen Maid Chiyo Komiya [7][40]
2016 Ange Vierge Amane Ayashiro [41]
2016 Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan Chiyo Yumehara [42]
2016 Re:Zero Priscilla Barielle [43]
2016 Magic★Kyun! Renaissance Sakura Aigasaki [44]

Film[edit]

List of voice performances in film
Year Title Role Notes Source[6]
1998 The Doraemons: The Great Operating of Springing Insects Yagorobo [7]
1999 Crayon Shin-chan: Explosion! The Hot Spring's Feel Good Final Battle Ibusuki [7]
2009 Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire Tenten [7]
2010–12 Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha films Nanoha Takamachi [7][45]
2012 Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie Tenten [7]
2013 Steins;Gate: Fuka Ryōiki no Déjà vu Suzuha Amane [7]
2016 Tantei Opera Milky Holmes the Movie: Milky Holmes' Counterattack Saku Toyama [7][46]

Drama CD[edit]

List of voice performances in drama CDs and other recordings
Title Role Notes Source[6]
Ambition of Oda Nobuna, TheThe Ambition of Oda Nobuna Motoyasu Matsudaira [7]
Aquarian Age Nozomu Yuki [7]
Clannad Mei Sunohara [8]
Da Capo Sakura Yoshino [8]
Final Approach [8]
Garden of Sinners: Overlooking View, TheThe Garden of Sinners: Overlooking View Azaka Kokuto [7]
Girl Who Leapt Through Space, TheThe Girl Who Leapt Through Space Kazane Shishidou [8]
G-On Riders Zero [8]
Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora Rika Akiba [7]
Higurashi When They Cry series Rika Furude [7]
Idolmaster Xenoglossia Iori Minase [8]
Is This a Zombie? Eucliwood Hellscythe [7]
Judgement Chime Freyjalt Fall [7]
Little Princess: Marl Ōkoku no Ningyō Hime 2 Myao Karukansky [8]
Macross Generation Passel Debut [8]
Metal Slader Glory Azusa Hinata [7]
Nagasarete Airantou Ayane [7]
No-Rin Ringo Kinoshita [7][30]
Oreimo Kanako Kurusu, Meruru [8]
Shining Force EXA Fawkrin [8]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[6]
1997 Armored Core Computer voice Standard, Murakumo Millennium PS1/PS2 [7]
1997 Armored Core: Project Phantasma Head computer voice Standard, Murakumo Millennium PS1/PS2 [7]
1998 Battle Athletes Alternative Arashiko PS1/PS2 [7]
1998 Cooking Fighter Hao Cumin-Shami PS1/PS2 [7]
1998 Eberouge Specials Euross Prombanth PS1/PS2 [7]
1998–2004 Tokyo Majin series Kyoko Tono PS1/PS2 [7][8]
1998 Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure Myao PS1/PS2 [7][8]
1999 True Love Story 2 Kunshi PS1/PS2 [7][8]
1999 Armored Core: Master of Arena Head computer voice "Standard", Murakumo Millennium PS1/PS2 [7]
1999–2005 Memories Off series Kaoru Otoha PS1/PS2 [7][8]
1999 Little Princess: Marl Ōkoku no Ningyō Hime 2 Myao, Nyancy, Nyanko PS1/PS2 [7][8]
1999–2003 Tokimeki Memorial 2 games Mei Ijuuin PS1/PS2 [7]
2000 Summon Night Replenishing PS1/PS2 [7]
2000 Kanon games Mai Kawasumi [7][8]
2000 Tenshi no Present: Marl Ōkoku Monogatari Myao PS1/PS2 [7]
2001 Invincible King Tri-Zenon Munakata Nashibeni PS1/PS2 [7]
2001 Summon Night 2 Replenishing PS1/PS2 [7]
2002 Grandia Xtreme Myam PS1/PS2 [7]
2002 La Pucelle: Tactics Chocolat Corps PS1/PS2, Also Ragnarok in 2009 [7]
2002 Air Michiru PS1/PS2 [7][8]
2002 Moeyo Ken KanoRinKaoru PS1/PS2 [7]
2002 Nobunaga's Ambition Online Female character [7]
2002–07 Galaxy Angel games Ranpha Franboise [8]
2003 Soulcalibur II Talim PS1/PS2 [7][8]
2003–14 Quiz Magic Academy series Clara, Amelia [7][8]
2003 Snow Asahi Hiyorigawa DC [7]
2003–13 Naruto video games Tenten [7][8]
2003–05 Da Capo video games Sakura Yoshino PS1/PS2 [7][8]
2004 Phantom Brave Myao PS2 [8]
2004 Castle Shikigami 2 Arala Cran PS1/PS2 [7]
2004 Snow Weather River Asahi PS1/PS2 [7]
2004 Interlude Maiko Tamaki [7][8]
2004 DearS Nia PS1/PS2 [7]
2004 Berserk Millennium Falcon Arc: Chapter of the Holy Demon War Evarella PS1/PS2 [7]
2004 Final Approach 2 Miki Moriya Also Fandisc [7][8]
2004–06 Zoids Infinity video games Canon [7]
2005 Nana Misato Uehara PS1/PS2 [7][8]
2005 Best Student Council Rino Randŏ PS1/PS2 [7]
2005 Soulcalibur III Tarim PS1/PS2 [7][8]
2005–07 Lucky Star Moe Drill games Hikage Miyakawa Also Journey [7][8]
2006 Clannad Mei Sunohara PS1/PS2 [7]
2006 Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories Rosalind PS1/PS2 [7]
2006 My-Hime games Midori Sugiura PSP [7]
2006 Shakugan no Shana games Tiriel PS1/PS2 [7]
2006–11 Kaitō Tenshi Twin Angel games Haruka Minazuki / Red Angel pachinko games and others [7][8][11][47]
2006 Summon Night 4 Volume PS1/PS2 [7]
2007 Shining Force EXA Faulklin PS1/PS2 [7][8]
2007 Kanon Mai Kawasumi PSP [7]
2007–15 Higurashi When They Cry video games Rika Furude, Ōka Furude [7][48]
2007 Fate/stay night Realta Nua Luviagelita Edelfeld PS1/PS2 [7]
2007 Snow -Portable- Weather River Asahi PSP [7]
2007–09 Myself; Yourself games Shuri Wakatsuki PS1/PS2 [7]
2007 Star Ocean: First Departure Perisie PSP [7]
2007 Nitro+ Royale -Heroines Duel Con Ruili PC [7]
2008 Disgaea 3 Rosalind PS3 [7]
2008 CR Sengoku Otome Oda Nobunaga Pachinko game, Also 2 in 2011 [7]
2008 Moetan DS NijiHara ink (pastel ink) DS [7]
2008 Soulcalibur IV Tarim PS3
Also Broken Destiny
[7]
2009 Growlanser Melia PSP [7]
2009–11 Steins;Gate games Suzuha Amane [7]
2010–11 Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha video games Nanoha Takamachi, Material-S [7]
2010 Spy Girl Rabyi Other [7]
2010 Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon X Etos PSP [7]
2010 Shining Hearts Misty PSP [7]
2010–12 Tantei Opera Milky Holmes games Saku Toyama PSP [7][8]
2011 Tsukumonogatari Tamaki Kurashina PSP [7][8]
2011–12 Oreimo games Kanako Kurusu PSP [7]
2011–15 Gal*Gun games Patako [7]
2011 Rune Factory Oceans Pandora [7]
2011 Queen's Gate Spiral Chaos NijiHara ink PSP [7]
2011 Umineko no Naku Koro ni games Bernkastel PS3 [7]
2012 Shining Blade Misty PSP [7]
2012–13 Mugen Souls games Chou Chou Also Z [7]
2012 Project X Zone Mii Kouryuuji DS [7]
2013–14 Demon Gaze games Roux-Runaku Other [7]
2013 Horizon on the Middle of Nowhere Portable Elizabeth PSP [7]
2013 Phantom Breaker: Extra Mei Orisaka [7]
2014 Super Heroine Chronicle Haruka Minazuki / Red Angel, Rika Furude [7][49]
2015 Cross Ange tr. Hilda Other [7]
2015 Stella Glow Hilda DS [7][50]
2015 Return to PoPoLoCRoIS: A STORY OF SEASONS Fairytale Iris DS [7]
2015 IS <Infinite Stratos> 2 Love and purge Shinononotaba [7]
2015 Project X Zone 2: Brave New World June Lin Milliam DS [7][8]
2015 Girl Friend Beta Koruri Tokitani Other [7]
2015 Muv-Luv: Schwarzesmarken Beatrix Brehme [7][8][38]
2015 Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel Ruili [7]
2015 Steins;Gate 0 Suzuha Amane, Yuki Amane Other [7]
2015 Miracle Girls Festival Kinoshita apple (Yuka Kusakabe) Other [7]
2016 Summon Night 6: Lost Borders Volume Other [7]

Tokusatsu[edit]

List of voice performances in tokusatsu
Year Title Role Notes Source
2011 Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger Navi Also in:
199 Hero Great Battle
The Flying Ghost Ship
Gokaiger vs. Gavan
Go-Busters vs. Gokaiger
[51]
2016 Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger Navi Episodes 28 and 29
Role reprisal from Gokaiger
[52]

Discography[edit]

Concerts[edit]

Publications[edit]

  • Sora Iro
    Released October 10, 2007

References[edit]

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