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Tomoe Hanba

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Tomoe Hanba

Tomoe Hanba (Japanese: 半場友恵) is a Japanese seiyū for the Pokémon anime. She was born in Tokyo, Japan on June 9th, 1972.

Pokémon roles

Hanba began to provide voices for Pokémon near the end of the original series, with Lokoko being her first role. She has since provided the voices of many Pokémon and characters of the day, most notably May's Squirtle, Nurse Joy's Chansey and two of Brandon's legendary golems.

Humans

Pokémon

Video games

Non-Pokémon roles

External links


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