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A collaborative encyclopedia dedicated to everything about voice actors (seiyuu) in Japan and some about voice acting in general in Japan. This wiki aims to provide the latest information on your favorite seiyuu including roles, music releases, photos, videos, trivia, and more. There are currently 768 articles since November 2009. Help us grow this wiki by creating or editing any article, to create a comprehensive database for the Japanese seiyuu world.

About seiyuu

Seiyuu (声優, Seiyuu?) is the Japanese term for voice actors. They provide voice-overs as characters or narrators in media including anime, video games, audio dramas, commercials, and dubbing for non-Japanese films and television programs.

In Japan, voice actors and actresses have devoted fan clubs due to a crossover with the idol industry, and some fans may watch a show merely to hear a particular voice actor. Many voice actors have concurrent singing careers and have also crossed over to live-action media.

The term character voice (CV) has been commonly used since the 1980s by such Japanese anime magazines as Animec (1978 - 1987) and Newtype (1985+) to describe a voice actor associated with a particular anime or game character.

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