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Examples of "satomi_akesaka"
New DUP hosts a radio show called , and it comprises three Japanese voice actresses: Satomi Akesaka, Yasawa Rieka, and Minakami.
The opening theme "Master Up" is sung by the voice cast of the main female characters: Haruka Chisuga, Kana Hanazawa, Satomi Satō and Satomi Akesaka.
The guest characters Sion Eltnam Atlasia (dubbed as Eltnum) (voice: Satomi Akesaka) from "Melty Blood" and Akatsuki (voice: Shinobu Matsumoto) from "Akatsuki Blitzkampf" appear in the game.
The opening theme "Wastelanders" is by Sayaka Sasaki and the ending theme is sung by the voice cast of main female characters: Haruka Chisuga, Kana Hanazawa, Satomi Satō, and Satomi Akesaka.
COACH☆ is a group made up of Ai Hayashi, Satomi Akesaka, Hatsumi Miura, Yumiko Hosono and Michie Kitaura. Each member of COACH☆ also has a voice part in "Suzuka", as follows:
As 2008 was the 10th anniversary of the series "Di Gi Charat", Broccoli Inc. decided to recast the actresses of the main characters of "Di Gi Charat". The new actress for Dejiko, Puchiko, and Usada were Satomi Akesaka, Nao Minakami, and Rieka Yazawa respectively.
The original video animations use three pieces of theme music. by Eri Kitamura is the series' opening theme, while by Eri Kitamura and Satomi Akesaka is the ending theme for the first two episodes. by Eri Kitamura is the ending theme for the third episode.
The anime aired in Japan on TV Tokyo between April 5, 2011 and June 27, 2011 and was simulcast by Crunchyroll. Sentai Filmworks have licensed the series in North America and released it on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on February 26, 2013. The opening theme is while the ending theme is , both performed by Tenka Tori Tai (Satomi Akesaka, Mariya Ise, Sachi Kokoryu and Rei Mochizuki).
An anime television series produced by A-Real and directed by Mitsuyuki Ishibashi premiered last April 9, 2015 at Television Saitama.The anime series also aired on KBS Kyoto starting April 13, 2015. Crunchyroll started to stream the anime on April 9, 2015. The ending theme is by Everyone Interested From Urawa Third High School (Asami Seto, Satomi Akesaka, Rumi Ōkubo, Miyu Kubota, Yo Taichi, Hisako Tojo, Keiko Watanabe, and Nao Tamura). A second season titled "Musashino!" will premiere in July 2017.
The manga has been adapted into an anime series by LMD. The series began airing on Chukyo TV from January 23, 2012. Certain episodes containing explicit content were not broadcast and were instead streamed on DMM's website from January 30, 2012. An additional original video animation episode was released on BD/DVD on June 26, 2013. The opening theme is by Yōko Hikasa, Maaya Uchida, Ayana Taketatsu and Satomi Akesaka, whilst the ending theme is by Hisaka, Uchida, Taketatsu and Akesaka.
Chrome is named the holder of the Vongola Mist Ring, and thus battles Mammon in the Mist Ring Battle. When she is overwhelmed by Mammon's powers, Mukuro takes control and defeats him. After being transferred into the future, her physical condition takes a turn for the worse as several of her internal organs begin to fail. However, under Future Kyoya's instructions, she uses the power of her Vongola Ring to sustain her organs via her own illusions, thus avoiding any immediate danger. Afterwards she is given the Mist Vongola Box Weapon, the Daemon Spade's Devil Lens, which allows her to see through enemy's illusions. She is voiced by Satomi Akesaka in the anime.
The first season use two pieces of theme music, one opening and one ending theme. The opening theme is by Ayahi Takagaki, Satomi Akesaka and Haruka Tomatsu while the ending theme is by Saori Atsumi. The second season uses five pieces of theme music, two opening themes and three ending themes. The main opening theme is by Takagaki, Akesaka and Tomatsu, while the main ending theme is by Noriko. For the first episode, the respective opening and ending themes are and , both performed by Masaaki Endoh. The ending theme for episode 4 is "Nearer, My God, to Thee" performed by Takagaki, Akesaka and Tomatsu.
As 2008 is the tenth anniversary of the series "Di Gi Charat", BROCCOLI Inc. decided to recast actress of main characters of series "Di Gi Charat". Minakami's career as a voice actress started when she won the audition for a character from the forementioned series, Puchiko, in January, 2008. She was chosen for the role among over a thousand candidates. In the same month, the new cast of Degiko, Puchiko and Usada, who are Satomi Akesaka, Nao Minakami and Rieka Yazawa respectively, founded New DUP, a J-Pop group, to promote series "Di Gi Charat" and to help launch the voice actresses' careers.
The first season use two pieces of theme music, one opening and one ending theme. The opening theme is by Ayahi Takagaki, Satomi Akesaka and Haruka Tomatsu while the ending theme is by Saori Atsumi. The second season uses four pieces of theme music, two opening themes and two ending themes. The main opening theme is by Takagaki, Akesaka and Tomatsu, while the main ending theme is by Nomiko. For the first episode, the respective opening and ending themes are and , both performed by Masaaki Endoh.
An anime television series based off the manga is directed by Hiroshi Kimura, with animation by the animation studio Creators in Pack TOKYO. The series is produced by Dream Creation, with audio production by Dax Production. Eriko Itō is in charge of character design, and Masakatsu Oomuro serves as the series sound director. The series has four theme songs, one for each female lead. Satomi Akesaka will sing "Early Morning", Mikako Komatsu will sing "Let a good day", Sora Tokui will sing "Gently Mischief", and Sayaka Horino will sing "Princess Durandal".
The anime adaptation featured six main theme songs, one opening that was also used as an ending theme, and five different ending themes. is used as the opening theme for all the episodes except the last which does not feature an opening theme. is used as the first ending theme from episodes one through three. is used as the second ending theme for episodes four and five. is used as the third ending theme for episode six. is used as the third ending theme from episode seven to episode nine. is used as the fifth ending theme from episode ten to episode twelve. "Nisemono" is used once again as the final ending theme in episode thirteen. The two songs, "secret base ~Kimi ga Kureta Mono~" and "Daibakuhatsu NO.1" are both covers of the same song performed by Zone. All the ending themes feature the voice actors for the main characters: Yū Kobayashi, Asami Shimoda, MAKO, Satomi Akesaka, Yōko Honda, and Kana Asumi under the band name Friends.
Chrome Dokuro is a loyal 13-year-old vessel of Mukuro and one of the newest members of the gang. She is originally a girl named Nagi who was found by Mukuro when on the verge of death after her attempt to rescue a cat from traffic accident at the cost of her right eye and several of her organs. Mukuro allowed her to live by creating illusionary organs for her with his illusion, intertwining their existence. She became co-Mist Guardian of Vongola, fighting against Mammon in the Ring Conflict, which result on her lost until Mukuro switched place with her and defeats Mammon. A week after Mukuro's release from Vendicare prison, she was kicked out from the gang by Mukuro and begins living on her own in Namimori with Tsuna and his friends. The reason of her discard was revealed during the third day of Representative Battle; it was because of her own dilemma between wanting to be acknowledged as individual and wanting to keep living with Mukuro's illusionary organs, causing her health deteriorating. This left Mukuro no choice but to keep her at distance from him. However, she's able to overcome her dilemma and recreate her organs with her own power, defeating two Vindices with hers and Mukuro's combined power. As she and Mukuro shared one body, she's able to use two of Mukuro's six skills. However, once Mukuro was freed from Vendicare Prison, she can no longer use this ability. She used to use the same trident like Mukuro as her main weapon, but after she was discarded from the gang, the spikes of her trident reduced to one. She is voiced by Satomi Akesaka in the Anime.