Synonyms for hiroshi_tsuchida or Related words with hiroshi_tsuchida

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Examples of "hiroshi_tsuchida"
Voiced by (English): Keith Silverstein
Voiced by (Japanese): Hiroshi Tsuchida
Huey was voiced by Kazuyuki Sogabe in the TV series and by Hiroshi Tsuchida in the "Shin Kyūseishu Densetsu" series.
Aaron Boreal, known as in the Japanese version, is a good friend of Kelvin Stellar, Geo's father. He is the head researcher and founder of , Aaron delivers the news of Kelvin's disappearance to Geo and his mother, and bestows upon Geo the Visualizer that was left to him by his father. He aids Geo in reaching a space station to prevent the FM King from destroying the Earth by using a transmitter in its debris on Dream Island. He appears in the second game as a minor character, where he upgrades Geo's Star Carrier. In the third game he works in the WAZA command center with fellow AMAKEN employee Tom Dubius, and does his part in helping Geo to get to Meteor G. His English name is a pun on the Aurora Borealis. His Japanese voice actor is Hiroshi Tsuchida and his English voice actor is Wally Wingert.
There are also several more or less indirect connections. In the Super Sentai series "Ninja Sentai Kakuranger", one of the main characters, Saizou, played by Hiroshi Tsuchida, is a modern descendant of Saizō. In a highly unusual portrayal in the video game "Kessen", Saizo is one the trio of Yukimura's female ninja bodyguards. The modern ninja named Saizo are also player characters in the video game series "Power Instinct" (Saizo Hattori) and "Breakers Revenge" (Tobikageno Saizō), while the title character in the manga and anime series "Igano Kabamaru" was raised and trained by his grandfather Saizō Igano. A village named Kirigakure ("Hidden in Mist") appears in the manga and anime series "Naruto", with its first appearing mist character Momochi Zabuza using fog techniques befitting the lore.
William also crosses paths with numerous historical figures from the period: these include Ieyasu's allies Ii Naomasa (Jun Fukuyama) and Honda Tadakatsu (Tesshō Genda); daimyo Kuroda Yoshitaka (Yōhei Tadano) and his son Kuroda Nagamasa (Hiroshi Tsuchida); Ieyasu's main rival Ishida Mitsunari (Takahiro Sakurai) and his allies Shima Sakon (Keiji Fujiwara) and Ōtani Yoshitsugu (Kenyuu Horiuchi); Tachibana Ginchiyo (Shizuka Itō), head of the Tachibana clan, and her husband Muneshige (Eiji Hanawa); hostile mercenary Suzuki Magoichi (Yasuyuki Kase); Yasuke (Richie Campbell), a former favored vassal of Nobunaga; and Tenkai (Takayuki Sugō), a monk of the Tiantai Buddhist sect and master manipulator of yin and yang magic. Original characters include Okatsu (Emi Takei), a female ninja in Hanzō's clan who holds a dislike for William; and Fuku (Risa Shimizu), Tenkai's disciple.
Junko Iwao and Noriko Hidaka are examples of idols who later took up voice acting roles (the latter having some experience as a child actress). Former "gravure idols" (bikini models) who made a breakthrough as voice actresses include Marina Ōno, Ryōka Yuzuki and Chiemi Chiba. Yumi Kakazu and Yuki Matsuoka are two former reporters turned voice actor. Retired "owarai" comedians sometimes made a comeback as voice actors, like . Yūichi Nagashima was an actor in the role of "Chō", the main character in NHK Educational TV's . Masakazu Morita and Mayuko Aoki, both debuted as the lead characters of Final Fantasy X, are motion actors for video games turned voice actor. Mamoru Miyano was one of the cast in The Prince of Tennis live musicals who chose to branch out and become a voice actor. Tokusatsu actors/actresses also took voice acting roles before or after their careers in Tokusatsu. Examples are the late Machiko Soga, Naoya Uchida, Tsutomu Isobe, Jōji Nakata, Rikiya Koyama, Reiko Chiba, Hiroshi Tsuchida, Yūji Kishi, Masaya Matsukaze, Takeru Shibaki, Mika Kikuchi, Yuka Hirata and Mao Ichimichi .
The principle antagonists include members of the Kurvaz Guild, an organization that uses blackmail and intimidation to get what they want, and plan to unleash an ancient evil force called Lares. Led by the German Shepherd Caninu (Voiced by Shigenori Sôya), his associates, known as the Kurvaz Special Operations Unit, include (Voiced by Ryōka Yuzuki, a Russian Blue Felineko who pilots the Robo known as "Tiamat"; (Voiced by Hiroshi Tsuchida), a Kishu-Inu Caninu in command of the "Mephisto"; and (Voiced by Taisuke Yamamoto), an ocelot Felineko who rides the "OverMephisto". They are assisted by Bruno's secretary (Voiced by Emi Shinohara), a Collie Caninu, as well as (Voiced by Satoshi Katougi), a lynx breed Felineko bounty hunter who flies the "Salamander" and becomes a rival of Red's. In the game's second course, Red and the others encounter a new organization called Hybrids, composed of both (Voiced by Nozomu Sasaki), a Male human hybrid who rides the "Srvara" and (Voiced by Kae Araki), a Female Human hybrid who pilots the "Zairita". Both of then takes orders from (Voiced by Tomohiro Tsuboi), the leader and pilot of the robo "Berius", who awoken prematurely from his cold sleep to initiate Operation CODA.