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Shinichirō Miki

Shin'ichirō Miki (Japanese: 三木眞一郎 Miki Shin'ichirō) is a voice actor who provides the voices of many characters in the Japanese version of the Pokémon anime. His most famous role in the series is that of Kojirō (James).

Shin'ichirō Miki was born on March 18, 1968, in Tokyo, Japan.

Pokémon roles

James is just one of the many voices Miki has provided on Pokémon, but it is his major role in the series. Miki tends to be typecast as young, handsome men, and this is certainly the case when it comes to James.








Video games

Famous non-Pokémon roles

Solo albums

  • Yūkyū Gensōkyoku 3 - I'm Over Drive (2000)

Musical appearances in Pokémon

External links

Cast: Megumi HayashibaraShin'ichirō MikiInuko InuyamaMasafumi Mima
Albums: Jessie EditionJames EditionMeowth EditionRare Pilot Edition~Selection~
Other: Twitter account

Project VA logo.png This article is part of Project VA, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each voice actor of the Pokémon anime.