Japanese Voice Actress

Akiko Hiramatsu

  • Aug 31, 1967 (age 52)
  • 5' 1" (1.56 m)
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2016
A Silent Voice
MovieSep 17, 2016

A Silent Voice

A young man is ostracized by his classmates after he bullies a …
A young man is ostracized by his classmates after he bullies a deaf girl to the point where she moves away. Years later, he sets off on a path for redemption.
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2010
Darker Than Black - Kuro no Kieyakusha: Gaiden
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MovieJan 27, 2010

Darker Than Black - Kuro no Kieyakusha…

Tells the story of what …
Tells the story of what happened to Yin and Hei between the first and second instalments.
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2009
Non Non Biyori
TV ShowSep 26, 2009

Non Non Biyori

Non Non Biyori (のんのんびより) is a Japanese manga series …
Non Non Biyori (のんのんびより) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Atto. The series began publication in Media Factory's Monthly Comic Alive magazine from September 2009 and is licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. The story is based on the same setting as Atto's former work, Toko-toko & Yume no Yume. A 12-episode anime television series adaptation by Silver Link aired in Japan between October and December 2013 and has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks. A second anime season aired between July and September 2015. An anime film premiered in August 2018, and a third anime season has been announced.
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Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 4: Gekishin Dragon Warriors
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MovieMar 7, 2009

Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 4: Gekis…

Keroro Gunso the Super …
Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 4: Gekishin Dragon Warriors (超劇場版ケロロ軍曹 撃侵ドラゴンウォリアーズであります! Chō Gekijō-ban Keroro Gunsō: Gekishin Doragon Woriāzu de arimasu!) is the fourth film made from the popular anime series Sgt. Frog. The film was released on March 7, 2009 in Japanese theatres. It was produced by Sunrise, the studio behind the anime television series. The film later got released to DVD on July 24, 2009 in Japan.
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2007
.hack//G.U. Trilogy
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MovieDec 22, 2007

.hack//G.U. Trilogy

After one of his friends falls into a coma playing an online game …
After one of his friends falls into a coma playing an online game called The World, Haseo logs in to find the man responsible. But before he can unravel The World's many mysteries, he'll have to awaken the secret power hidden in the code of his character.
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2006
Pumpkin Scissors
TV ShowOct 2, 2006

Pumpkin Scissors

Pumpkin Scissors (パンプキン·シザーズ Panpukin Shizāzu) is …
Pumpkin Scissors (パンプキン·シザーズ Panpukin Shizāzu) is a manga created and authored by Ryotaro Iwanaga. Originally serialized in Magazine GREAT in 2002 it was later moved to Monthly Shonen Magazine in October 2006. The manga has been licensed by Del Rey. An anime adaptation of Pumpkin Scissors has been released, produced by Gonzo and AIC, which began airing on October 2, 2006 across several Japanese television stations and ended with the 24th episode on March 19, 2007. The series was originally licensed to the North American market by ADV Films for $780,000. In 2008 it became one of over thirty titles transferred from ADV Films to FUNimation.
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Nana
TV ShowApr 5, 2006

Nana

Two ostensibly opposite women, both named Nana, become …
Two ostensibly opposite women, both named Nana, become roommates in Tokyo and grow inseparable. However, their relationship is jeopardized as the harsh realities of adult life take shape.
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.hack//Roots
TV ShowApr 5, 2006

.hack//Roots

.hack//Roots (ドットハック ルーツ, Dotto Hakku Rūtsu) is a 26 …
.hack//Roots (ドットハック ルーツ, Dotto Hakku Rūtsu) is a 26-episode anime series, animated by studio Bee Train, that sets as a prologue for the .hack//G.U. video games. It is the first .hack TV series broadcast in HDTV (1080i). It is set seven years after the events of the first two anime series and games. .hack//Roots revolves around an MMORPG game called The World R:2, also known as The World Revision:2 and serves a sequel to the original version of "The World". Its original Japanese television run aired from April 5, 2006 through September 27, 2006.
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2005
Best Student Council
TV ShowApr 6, 2005

Best Student Council

Best Student Council (極上生徒会, Gokujō Seitokai) is a …
Best Student Council (極上生徒会, Gokujō Seitokai) is a Japanese anime television series conceived by Konami and animated by J.C.Staff which originally aired on TV Tokyo from April to September 2005. A PS2 dating sim game of the same name based on the anime was also made by Konami.
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Jinki: Extend
TV ShowJan 5, 2005

Jinki: Extend

Jinki: Extend (Japanese: ジンキ・エクステンド, Hepburn: Jinki …
Jinki: Extend (Japanese: ジンキ・エクステンド, Hepburn: Jinki Ekusutendo) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Sirou Tunasima. The story revolves around two girls who end up piloting giant humanoid robots called "Jinki" (which translates to "man-machine") and the manipulation behind the scenes that drew them inexorably together in a final battle. It takes place in two parts, in Venezuela during 1988 (Jinki), and in Tokyo, Japan in 1991 (Jinki: Extend.) An anime television series adaptation animated by Feel aired from January to March 2005. The 13th episode never aired on television and was released as an OVA. This title was picked up in North America by ADV Films for $91,000, who released the series in three volumes and box set. However, in 2008, the title along with over thirty other ADV titles were transferred to Funimation.
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2004
Bleach
TV ShowOct 5, 2004

Bleach

Bleach (Japanese: ブリーチ, Hepburn: Burīchi) is a …
Bleach (Japanese: ブリーチ, Hepburn: Burīchi) is a Japanese anime television series based on Tite Kubo's manga of the same name. It was produced by Studio Pierrot and directed by Noriyuki Abe. The series aired on TV Tokyo from October 2004 to March 2012, spanning 366 episodes.
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2003
.hack//SIGN
TV ShowFeb 1, 2003

.hack//SIGN

.hack//Sign (trademarked as .hack//SIGN) is an anime …
.hack//Sign (trademarked as .hack//SIGN) is an anime television series directed by Kōichi Mashimo, and produced by studio Bee Train and Bandai Visual, that makes up one of the four original storylines for the .hack franchise. Twenty-six original episodes aired in 2002 on television and three additional bonus ones were released on DVD as original video animation. The series features each characters designed by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, and written by Kazunori Itō. The score was composed by Yuki Kajiura, marking her second collaboration with Mashimo.
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Someday's Dreamers
TV ShowJan 9, 2003

Someday's Dreamers

Someday's Dreamers (Japanese: 魔法遣いに大切なこと …
Someday's Dreamers (Japanese: 魔法遣いに大切なこと Hepburn: Mahōtsukai ni Taisetsu na Koto, lit. "Things That Are Precious To a Mage") is a Japanese manga series written by Norie Yamada and illustrated by Kumichi Yoshizuki. It was serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Comic Dragon magazine from May 2002 to January 2003 and was later collected in two bound volumes. In 2006, Tokyopop released the manga in the United States under the name Someday's Dreamers.
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Stratos 4
TV ShowJan 5, 2003

Stratos 4

Stratos 4 is an anime series by Studio Fantasia and Bandai …
Stratos 4 is an anime series by Studio Fantasia and Bandai Visual, and directed by Takeshi Mori. Originally spanning a 13-episode anime TV series, which premiered across Japan between January 5, 2003 to March 30, 2003, the series was continued onto three OVA-series sequels, the first of which was released on 28 May 2004 and spanned 2-episodes, followed by Stratos 4: Advance, which spanned 6 episodes and was released on 25 March 2005, and Stratos 4: Advance Final, which was released on 22 September 2006 and spanned 2-episodes, respectively. The series has been broadcast by the anime satellite television network, Animax, across its respective networks worldwide, including East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Latin America, and other regions. The original 13-episode television series and its first subsequent two-episode OVA series were licensed for North American distribution by Bandai's distributive unit across the region, Bandai Entertainment.
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2002
Ai Yori Aoshi
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TV ShowApr 10, 2002

Ai Yori Aoshi

Ai Yori Aoshi (藍より青し, "Bluer Than Indigo") is a Japanese …
Ai Yori Aoshi (藍より青し, "Bluer Than Indigo") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kou Fumizuki. The manga was serialized in Hakusensha's Young Animal magazine from 1999 to 2005 and the chapters collected into 17 tankōbon volumes. It is a love story between two characters who have not seen each other in years, but were once childhood friends.
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Azumanga Daioh
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TV ShowApr 8, 2002

Azumanga Daioh

Azumanga Daioh (Japanese: あずまんが大王, Hepburn: …
Azumanga Daioh (Japanese: あずまんが大王, Hepburn: Azumanga Daiō, lit. "Great King Azumanga") is a Japanese yonkoma comedy manga series written and illustrated by Kiyohiko Azuma, serialized in MediaWorks' Dengeki Daioh magazine from February 1999 to May 2002. Three additional chapters were published in Shogakukan's Monthly Shōnen Sunday in May 2009 to celebrate the manga's tenth anniversary. The manga was first released in English by ADV Manga, and later re-issued by Yen Press.
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A Tree of Palme
MovieMar 16, 2002

A Tree of Palme

Palme is a puppet created by a man for his sickly wife. After …
Palme is a puppet created by a man for his sickly wife. After her death, Palme becomes paralyzed with sorrow until he happens to cross paths with a woman being pursued who asks him to ...
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Saber Marionette J Again
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TV ShowJan 8, 2002

Saber Marionette J Again

Saber Marionette J Again (ま …
Saber Marionette J Again (またまたセイバーマリオネットJ Mata Mata Seibā Marionetto Jei), also known as Saber Marionette J: Plasmastic Crisis or Saber Marionette J+, is the 1997 sequel to the 1996 Japanese anime series Saber Marionette J. It is a six episode OVA which continues the story of its predecessor, following the eventful life of Otaru Mamiya and his three marionettes Lime, Cherry and Bloodberry.
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2001
Azumanga daioh
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MovieApr 25, 2001

Azumanga daioh

A short compilation of humourous sketches featuring a group of …
A short compilation of humourous sketches featuring a group of friends in high school.
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Hanaukyo Maid Team
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TV ShowApr 8, 2001

Hanaukyo Maid Team

Hanaukyo Maid Team (Japanese: 花右京メイド隊, Hepburn: …
Hanaukyo Maid Team (Japanese: 花右京メイド隊, Hepburn: Hanaukyō Meido Tai, lit. "Hanaukyō Maid Corps") is a Japanese manga series created by Morishige. Hanaukyo Maid Team is about a young boy, Taro Hanaukyo, who has inherited a vast family fortune and, more importantly, the hundreds of employees working at the family mansion. While dressed and referred to nominally as 'maids', there are discrete albeit sometimes unusual departments for most of the employees (including Defence, Science, Catering, etc.). Presumably the various extensive projects in the house pay for most of its expenses.
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Zoids: New Century
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TV ShowJan 6, 2001

Zoids: New Century

Zoids: New Century, or Zoids: New Century Slash Zero (ゾイド …
Zoids: New Century, or Zoids: New Century Slash Zero (ゾイド新世紀/ZERO(スラッシュゼロ), Zoido Shinseiki Surasshu Zero), is an anime television series created in 2001 by Shogakukan, Inc. It is the second Zoids series created, based on the range of mecha models produced by TOMY. The series has been dubbed and released in Western nations, originally simply under the title Zoids, before being later rebranded as Zoids: New Century by Viz Media, and was the first Zoids series to be dubbed in English. The series has 26 episodes that run for 25 minutes. In August 2014 a Blu-ray box set of the series was released in Japan. It optionally came with a limited edition Liger Zero.
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1999
One Piece
TV ShowOct 20, 1999

One Piece

One Piece (Japanese: ワンピース, Hepburn: Wan Pīsu) is a …
One Piece (Japanese: ワンピース, Hepburn: Wan Pīsu) is a Japanese anime television series adapted from the manga of the same name by Eiichiro Oda. The story follows the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy, a boy whose body gained the properties of rubber after unintentionally eating a Devil Fruit. With his crew of pirates, named the Straw Hat Pirates, Luffy explores the Grand Line in search of the world's ultimate treasure known as "One Piece" in order to become the next Pirate King.
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You're Under Arrest: The Movie
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MovieApr 24, 1999

You're Under Arrest: The Movie

Officers Tsujimoto and …
Officers Tsujimoto and Kobayakawa are transferred back to Bokuto Police Station after stints in other police departments. Shortly after this, the discovery of smuggled firearms and the recovery of a magnetic disc herald new troubles for Bokuto station as the Chief is thrown in jail for keeping silent over "Bee Number One", developed by Detective Emoto who went missing two years ago.
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Legend of Himiko
TV ShowJan 7, 1999

Legend of Himiko

Legend of Himiko (火魅子伝, Himiko-Den) is an anime …
Legend of Himiko (火魅子伝, Himiko-Den) is an anime series, manga book, and PlayStation game. All three were released in early 1999. The PlayStation game was created by Hakuhodo and was released in Japan on March 11, 1999. The manga is a single volume series created by Oh! great and released in Japan by Kadokawa Shoten in early 1999. It has been licensed in France by Panini Comics and Germany by Planet Manga.
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1998
Saber Marionette J to X
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TV ShowOct 6, 1998

Saber Marionette J to X

Saber Marionette J to X (セ …
Saber Marionette J to X (セイバーマリオネット J to X), also known as Saber Marionette X, is a 1998 Japanese science fiction action anime, the last part of the Saber Marionette J series, and a plot continuation of Saber Marionette J Again. Like the previous ones, it was created by Satoru Akahori (赤堀悟, あかほりさとる). The 26 episode saga began airing in Japan on October 6, 1998 to March 30, 1999. It is licensed by Bandai Entertainment.
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1996
Saber Marionette J
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TV ShowOct 1, 1996

Saber Marionette J

Saber Marionette J (セイバーマリオネットJ Seibā Marionetto …
Saber Marionette J (セイバーマリオネットJ Seibā Marionetto Jei) is a Japanese anime produced by Hal Film Maker, aired on TV Tokyo from October 1, 1996 to March 25, 1997. It is the first installation of the Saber Marionette line of series. The show was localized in North America by Ocean Productions and into six other languages by various companies.
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Slayers Return
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MovieAug 3, 1996

Slayers Return

Outrageous enemies such as secret organizations aiming …
Outrageous enemies such as secret organizations aiming to dominate the world and mysterious strongest fighting forces attack Lina and Naga one after another for legendary "treasure" lying in a village in which Elves used to live. In addition, an immortal monster not affected by attacking magic appears and drive Lina and Naga into a terrible pinch. What they should do?
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1995
Neon Genesis Evangelion
TV ShowOct 4, 1995

Neon Genesis Evangelion

Neon Genesis Evangelion …
Neon Genesis Evangelion (Japanese: 新世紀エヴァンゲリオン, Hepburn: Shinseiki Evangerion, lit. "New Century Gospel") is a Japanese mecha anime television series produced by Gainax and Tatsunoko Production, directed by Hideaki Anno and broadcast on TV Tokyo from October 1995 to March 1996. The cast included Megumi Ogata as Shinji Ikari, Kotono Mitsuishi as Misato Katsuragi, Megumi Hayashibara as Rei Ayanami, and Yūko Miyamura as Asuka Langley Soryu. Music for the series was composed by Shirō Sagisu.
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Iczer Girl Iczelion
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MovieJan 27, 1995

Iczer Girl Iczelion

Iczelion (戦ー少女 イクセリオン, Ikuzā Gāru Ikuzerion) is a 2 …
Iczelion (戦ー少女 イクセリオン, Ikuzā Gāru Ikuzerion) is a 2-episode sci-fi anime OVA series with a female cast, released in 1995. It was created by Toshihiro Hirano, director of the original Fight! Iczer One and Iczer Reborn series. AIC and KSS were the animation production companies in charge of Iczelion. The series was licensed by in North America in August 1995 by ADV Films.
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1994
The Legend of Snow White
TV ShowApr 6, 1994

The Legend of Snow White

The Legend of Snow White ( …
The Legend of Snow White (白雪姫の伝説, Shirayuki Hime no Densetsu) is an Italian-Japanese anime series produced by Tatsunoko Production and Mondo TV, based on the European fairy tale. Directed by Tsuneo Ninomiya and using a screenplay written by Jinzō Toriumi, the series premiered on NHK on 6 April 1994 and ran for 52-episodes until its conclusion on 29 March 1995. All episodes of this series were dubbed to Arabic and released on Spacetoon for the first time in the Arab world.
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Slam Dunk: The Movie
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MovieMar 12, 1994

Slam Dunk: The Movie

Sakuragi and the Shohoko team takes on Oda and Takezono …
Sakuragi and the Shohoko team takes on Oda and Takezono High School. This is Sakuragi's second match as he faces Oda, a basketball player who went to the same junior high.
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Akazukin Chacha
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TV ShowJan 7, 1994

Akazukin Chacha

Akazukin Chacha (赤ずきんチャチャ, Akazukin Chacha, lit. …
Akazukin Chacha (赤ずきんチャチャ, Akazukin Chacha, lit. "Red Riding Hood Chacha") is a shōjo manga series by Min Ayahana. It was serialized by Shueisha in the manga magazine Ribon from 1991 to 2000 and collected in 13 bound volumes. The series is loosely based on the fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood and follows the adventures of a fumbling student magician named Chacha, who habitually wears a red hooded cloak, as she seeks the truth about her family and defend the kingdom against its enemies.
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1991
Bubblegum Crash
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TV ShowMay 25, 1991

Bubblegum Crash

Bubblegum Crash is a three-part OVA sequel to Bubblegum …
Bubblegum Crash is a three-part OVA sequel to Bubblegum Crisis. After the split between Artmic and Youmex, Artmic proceeded to make a sequel on their own, Bubblegum Crash, which ran three OVA episodes and is conjectured that it was a shortened version of how Crisis was to end. Youmex promptly sued Artmic, cutting Crash short and tying the entire franchise up in legal issues for the next several years.
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1989
Ranma ½
TV ShowApr 15, 1989

Ranma ½

Ranma ½ (Japanese: らんま 1/2, Hepburn: Ranma Nibun-no …
Ranma ½ (Japanese: らんま 1/2, Hepburn: Ranma Nibun-no-Ichi, pronounced Ranma One-Half) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Sunday from August 1987 to March 1996, with the chapters collected into 38 tankōbon volumes by Shogakukan. The story revolves around a teenage boy named Ranma Saotome who has trained in martial arts since early childhood. As a result of an accident during a training journey, he is cursed to become a girl when splashed with cold water, while hot water changes him back into a boy. Throughout the series Ranma seeks out a way to rid himself of his curse, while his friends, enemies and many fiancées constantly hinder and interfere.
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1988
Super Deformed Double Feature
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MovieJul 3, 1988

Super Deformed Double Feature

A super deformed parody …
A super deformed parody which depicts the "making of " Eternal Story and Destruction. A very humorous behind-the-scenes look (if "Gall Force" were a live-action series instead of being ...
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My Neighbor Totoro
MovieApr 16, 1988

My Neighbor Totoro

Two young girls, 10-year-old Satsuki and her 4-year-old …
Two young girls, 10-year-old Satsuki and her 4-year-old sister Mei, move into a house in the country with their father to be closer to their hospitalized mother. Satsuki and Mei discover that the nearby forest is inhabited by magical creatures called Totoros (pronounced toe-toe-ro). They soon befriend these Totoros, and have several magical adventures.
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1987
Laughing Target
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MovieMar 21, 1987

Laughing Target

Yuzuru was an average teenager who had almost forgotten …
Yuzuru was an average teenager who had almost forgotten that he was betrothed to Azusa(a girl)when he was only 6! Now arriving to claim what she feels is rightfully hers, only Satomi(Yuzuru's current girl friend)stands in her way... and with the mysterious and frightening powers that Azusa brings, Satomi won't stand in her way for long!
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Bubblegum Crisis
TV ShowFeb 25, 1987

Bubblegum Crisis

Bubblegum Crisis (Japanese: バブルガムクライシス, Hepburn: …
Bubblegum Crisis (Japanese: バブルガムクライシス, Hepburn: Baburugamu Kuraishisu) is a 1987 to 1991 cyberpunk original video animation (OVA) series produced by Youmex and animated by AIC and Artmic. The series was planned to run for 13 episodes, but was cut short to just 8.
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Metal Armor Dragonar
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TV ShowFeb 7, 1987

Metal Armor Dragonar

Metal Armor Dragonar is a 48-episode mecha anime series, …
Metal Armor Dragonar is a 48-episode mecha anime series, created by Sunrise and aired from 1987 to 1988. Devised shortly after the release of Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ, Dragonar was intended to be both a "starter" series to get new fans into mecha anime, and a potential successor to the Gundam franchise. In fact, its concept is to be the renewal of the first Gundam. Though the series enjoyed good ratings and earned a loyal fan following, it failed to surpass Gundam and ended up as a single series, probably due to its light, ZZ Gundam-like take on the real robot mecha genre. Game developer Banpresto had Dragonar appear in two of its popular franchises, Super Robot Wars and Another Century's Episode; fans responded positively, and Sunrise acknowledged them in 2005 by releasing a memorial DVD collection of the series, a remastered version of the previous two-part LD boxset releases years before.
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1967
Akiko Hiramatsu
BirthAugust 1967

Akiko Hiramatsu

Akiko Hiramatsu was born.
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