On the zou. Performed by. Chisa Yokoyama, 横山智佐.
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Yokoyama Chisa (横山智佐) is a Japanese voice actress. Nicknames: Chisapon (ちさぽん), Chisatarou (ちさタロー). Birthdate: December 20, 1969. Birthplace: Sumidaku, Tokyo, Japan. Blood Type: B. Born as the youngest of third daughters, Yokoyama Chisa started her career as a voice actress in 1987 when she appeared in the OVA Black Magic M-66. Yokoyama would also be involved with the Shounen Jump's television show, Jump Broadcasting Station, as one of the assistants.
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Chisa Yokoyama (横山 智佐 Yokoyama Chisa) (born December 20, 1969) is a well known seiyū (voice actress), born in Tokyo. She co-hosts an ongoing radio show with fellow seiyū Kappei Yamaguchi and Sakura Wars creator Ohji Hiroi. She is founder and head of her own voice company called Banbina after leaving Aoni Production. When she was a high school student, she was an assistant of Jump Broadcasting Station of Weekly Shonen Jump (1988-1996).
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