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'''KAORI.''' (born February 28, 1976) is a Japanese voice actress for the [[Pokémon anime]]. Her most famous role is that of {{an|May}}.
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'''KAORI.''' (born February 28, 1976) is a Japanese seiyū for the [[Pokémon anime]].
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
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She had used the stage name Midori Kawana (Japanese: '''川菜翠''' ''Kawana Midori'') until December 1999; she had used the name Akiko Kawana (Japanese: '''川菜明子''' ''Kawana Akiko'') prior. In the {{series|Diamond & Pearl}} she is credited as ''Kaori Suzuki''.
 
She had used the stage name Midori Kawana (Japanese: '''川菜翠''' ''Kawana Midori'') until December 1999; she had used the name Akiko Kawana (Japanese: '''川菜明子''' ''Kawana Akiko'') prior. In the {{series|Diamond & Pearl}} she is credited as ''Kaori Suzuki''.
   
==On Pokémon==
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==Pokémon roles==
KAORI.'s most prominent role in Pokémon is May. She played that character until the end of the {{series|Advanced Generation}}, when {{an|May}} left the series. She returned to voicing May briefly during the {{series|Diamond & Pearl}}.
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KAORI.'s most prominent role in the Pokémon anime is {{an|May}}. She played that character until the end of the {{series|Advanced Generation}}, when May left the series. She returned to voicing May briefly during the {{series|Diamond & Pearl}}.
   
 
===Human===
 
===Human===
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===Pokémon===
 
===Pokémon===
* [[Winstrate Family#Marill|Vivi Winstrate's Marill]]
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* {{DL|Winstrate family|Marill|Vivi Winstrate's Marill}}
 
* {{p|Nuzleaf}} ([[AG037]])
 
* {{p|Nuzleaf}} ([[AG037]])
* {{p|Azurill}} ([[SS009]], [[SS010]])
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* {{p|Azurill}} ([[SS009]] & [[SS010]])
   
 
===Musical appearances in Pokémon===
 
===Musical appearances in Pokémon===
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* [[I Won't Lose! ~Haruka's Theme~]] (Japanese: 私、負けない! 〜ハルカのテーマ〜)
 
* [[I Won't Lose! ~Haruka's Theme~]] (Japanese: 私、負けない! 〜ハルカのテーマ〜)
   
==Non-Pokémon roles==
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==Other non-Pokémon roles==
 
* Hatoko Konoha (''{{wp|Akiba Girls}}'')
 
* Hatoko Konoha (''{{wp|Akiba Girls}}'')
 
* Marin Asagi (''{{wp|Brigadoon}}'')
 
* Marin Asagi (''{{wp|Brigadoon}}'')
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* She is currently a member and singer of ''Spunky Strider''.
 
* She is currently a member and singer of ''Spunky Strider''.
   
==External link==
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==External links==
 
* [http://spunkystrider.jugem.jp Spunky Strider official website]
 
* [http://spunkystrider.jugem.jp Spunky Strider official website]
 
* [https://twitter.com/spunkystrider?lang=en Twitter]
 
* [https://twitter.com/spunkystrider?lang=en Twitter]
   
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{{Project VA notice}}
 
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[[Category:Japanese voice actors]]
 
[[Category:Japanese voice actors]]
 
[[Category:Japanese musicians]]
 
[[Category:Japanese musicians]]
   
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Latest revision as of 07:23, 14 May 2019

If you were looking for the character of the day from Dreaming a Performer's Dream! with the Japanese name of Kaori, see Kayleigh.
KAORI

KAORI. (born February 28, 1976) is a Japanese seiyū for the Pokémon anime.

Biography

KAORI. was born in Kanagawa, Japan.

She had used the stage name Midori Kawana (Japanese: 川菜翠 Kawana Midori) until December 1999; she had used the name Akiko Kawana (Japanese: 川菜明子 Kawana Akiko) prior. In the Diamond & Pearl series she is credited as Kaori Suzuki.

Pokémon roles

KAORI.'s most prominent role in the Pokémon anime is May. She played that character until the end of the Advanced Generation series, when May left the series. She returned to voicing May briefly during the Diamond & Pearl series.

Human

Pokémon

Musical appearances in Pokémon

Other non-Pokémon roles

Trivia

  • She was credited as 鈴木カオリ Kaori Suzuki when May returned during the Diamond & Pearl series.
  • She is currently a member and singer of Spunky Strider.

External links


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