13 FACTS ABOUT THE VOICE ACTORS FROM ‘ATTACK ON TITAN’

“The world is merciless, and it’s also very beautiful” – Mikasa

  1. Yuki Kaji – Eren
    Kaji played electronic piano from kindergarten to sixth grade. He actually almost got to the level that would qualify him to teach piano too! But he stopped playing…

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  2. Yui Ishikawa – Mikasa
    Ishikawa’s favourite scene in Attack on Titan is when Mikasa and Eren were younger and Mikasa was looping despaired, but then Eren gave her his scarf

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  3. Marina Inoue – Armin
    Inoue is not only a voice actress, but she is also a singer

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  4. Hiroshi Kamiya – Levi
    Kamiya is an Aquarius!

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  5. Daisuke Ono – Erwin
    Ono went to Nihon University to study television broadcasting

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  6. Yu Kobayashi – Sasha
    Kobayashi can actually draw really well!

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  7. Romi Park – Hange
    Park was born in Tokyo, but born as a Korean national and then later became a Japanese citizen. She studied at the Toho Gakuen College of Drama and Music and also studied Korean at the Yonsei University’s Korean Language Institute

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  8. Kisho Taniyama – Jean
    Taniyama is the official Japanese dubbing voice for Fred Jones from Scooby-Doo!

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  9. Saki Fujita – Ymir
    Fujita is actually the one who did the voice sampling for Hatsune Miku

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  10. Shiori Mikami – Historia
    In 2011, Mikami was a junior member of Aoni

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  11. Yu Shimamura – Annie
    Shimamura is the voice of Princess Zelda in the video games The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

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  12. Yoshimasa Hosoya – Reiner
    Hosoya was a member of the pop duo called MaxBoys (the other half of MaxBoys was Toshiki Masuada, a fellow Japanese voice actor)

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  13. Masahiko Tanaka – Pixis
    Tanaka begun work as a voice actor in 1977

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