Celebrated seiyuu Miyuki Sawashiro has had her most honorable anime roles sorted into a ranking courtesy of numerous voters, resulting in a rather ancient classic triumphing over the absurd popularity of one MMORPG-based anime.

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  • Anonymous commented on June 22, 2017 22:14

    How about Elizabeth and Chidori from persona 3?... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 20, 2017 16:03

    ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah... More


The female voices that have anime fans most besotted have been ranked, with the top spot going to a legendary voice actress most famous for her role in an older series (although whether it is the voice or the character responsible for this effect on fans is another matter).

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  • Anonymous commented on May 20, 2017 10:49

    No Marina Inoue... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 18, 2017 18:00

    This. Kitamura was grade A awesome in Campione, even though that show wasn't exactly good. I'll add Mamiko Noto and Kanae Itou as MIA here, especially Mamiko. And I don't see anyone calling for Aya Endou... More

Top 20 Seiyuu with the Sexiest Voices


Seiyuu fans have selected the voice actresses with that most essential talent in abundance – a sexy voice, along with the skill to put it to good use.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 2, 2015 06:49

    Someone important (well, sort of) is not on this list, but I will agree with #1. #2 is ridiculous especially when compared to #1.... More

  • Rinfinite commented on January 27, 2013 15:23

    Is Miki Itou not popular enough? She has this really sexy MILF-y tone of voice. Sachiko-sama of Marimite and Miyo Takano of Higurashi for example. :( Would have also loved to see Michiko Neya and Aya... More

Top 50 Most Popular Seiyuu


Seiyuu fans have offered up their latest verdicts on the popularity (and presumably even voice acting abilities) of the latest crop of seiyuu, both male and female, with plenty of movement once again evident with the ebb and flow of the popularity of their respective roles.

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  • Anonymous commented on June 28, 2013 01:06

    And Yoko Hikasa!? Thanks to her, we have Rias, Seraphim and others with a sweet voice!... More

  • Anonymous commented on October 16, 2012 01:11

    Eh? No Yoko Hikasa???... More

Top 25 Coolest Seiyuu


Both seiyuu-fancying fujoshi and otaku seem to have piled in on this effort to determine the coolest seiyuu, whether by dint of voice, personality, or looks.

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  • Anonymous commented on December 15, 2012 11:56

    Those two are Gods compared to the others...besides TOmukazu-sama...... More

  • Skoll commented on August 2, 2012 10:03

    >aside from his voice , i haven't seen or heard anything of the guy Yeah, on a list of seiyuu, the voice doesn't matter at all, it's everything else, amirite?... More

The Versatility of Miyuki Sawashiro


Veteran seiyuu 沢城みゆき / Miyuki Sawashiro has a plethora of roles to her credit, displaying enormous variety and great versatility (her Sankaku synopsis would likely centre on her recent roles of Kannagi’s Tsugumi and Perrine of Strike Witches).

Thus, a fan has compiled this rather extensive compilation of her performances:

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  • Anonymous commented on April 14, 2010 07:48

    It was a bit of a WTF moment when I realized she had voiceacted Perrine, Mataro, Canaan and Tsugumi. Truly nearly impossible to recognise.... More

  • Kortaku commented on October 26, 2009 11:48

    Indeed she is both versatile and very talented in her range of voice acting as well as her unique traits in each voice area. I had snubbed her as a mediocre seiyuu before really expanding... More

Director Bashes Seiyuu Miyuki Sawashiro


Director Kou Matsuo (Rozen Maiden, Kurenai) has taken the unusual step of publically criticising some of his less than worshipful seiyuu, in a Kurenai radio broadcast, singling out 沢城みゆき / Miyuki Sawashiro (Zetsubou Sensei, Persona 3, Utawarerumono, etc.) for particular opprobrium; though he doesn’t mention her by name, some arithmetic with their ages and the works in question soon confirms her as the likely scamp not showing proper deference to her elders, his main complaint.

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  • Sakurada Jun commented on June 15, 2009 20:05

    Reminds me of Shinku... More

  • jtstellar commented on July 11, 2008 06:23

    not sure what you're on about, but i assume it's more than some strange annoyance toward a male figure in some kind of prejudiced manner? otherwise i would regret wasting 5 seconds looking at your... More


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