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Shōko Nakagawa

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Shōko Nakagawa

Shōko Nakagawa (Japanese: 中川翔子 Nakagawa Shōko, born May 5, 1985 in Tokyo) is a Japanese seiyū for the Pokémon anime. She was also one of the hosts of Pokémon Sunday and Pokémon Smash, and will continue her hosting role in Pokémon Get☆TV. She is also known under the nickname, Shokotan and is famous for her extensive use of 2ch-driven language, which is known by her fans as Shokotanese (Japanese: しょこたん語 Shokotan-go).

In 2013, she wrote an autobiographical book about her experiences as a Pokémon fan and her experiences working as on Pokémon Sunday, Pokémon Smash and as a voice actress. It is titled Shōko Nakagawa: Pokémon Taught Me The Meaning of Life.

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Musical appearances in Pokémon

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