Chisa Yokoyama

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Chisa Yokoyama
横山 智佐
Born (1969-12-20) December 20, 1969 (age 51)
Sumida, Tokyo, Japan
Occupation
Years active1987–present
Height158 cm (5 ft 2 in)
Spouse(s)
Chaka
(m. 2009)
Children1

Chisa Yokoyama (横山 智佐, Yokoyama Chisa, born December 20, 1969) is a Japanese actress, voice actress and singer from Tokyo, Japan.[1] She was affiliated with Arts Vision but has since founded her own voice company called Banbina. When she was a high school student, she was an assistant of Jump Broadcasting Station of Weekly Shōnen Jump (1988–1996). Some of her major roles are Sasami Masaki Jurai (Tenchi Muyo!),[2] Ryoko Subaru (Martian Successor Nadesico), Lucrezia Noin (Mobile Suit Gundam Wing) and Sakura Shinguji (Sakura Wars). She married musician Chaka from the band Tripolysm and their first child was born in September 2015.[3][4]

Filmography[edit]

Animation[edit]

List of voice performances in animation
Year Series Role Notes Source
1987 Black Magic M-66 Ferris Debut voice role [5]
1987 Robot Carnival Yayoi feature film anthology [5]
1989 Yawara! West Sea University Judo Club members [6]
1989 Robin Jr.
ja:レスラー軍団〈銀河編〉 聖戦士ロビンJr.
Menma Green P [5]
1989 Peachboy Legend Kiji no kiko [6]
1990 Brave Exkaiser Kotomi Gassan [5][6]
1990 Idol Tenshi Youkoso Yoko Haruka, Chicchi Ep. 26, 40 [5]
1990 NG Knight Ramune & 40 Milk [5]
1990 Peach Command New Peachboy Legend Yashaki [5][6]
1991 Holly the Ghost Kirakiran [6]
1991 Bubblegum Crisis AD Police Receptionist Ep. 8 [5]
1991 Shakotan Boogie Gachako [5]
1991 Future GPX Cyber Formula Rita Moreno [6]
1991 Matchless Raijin-Oh Ruriko Izumi [6]
1991 Jankenman Ururun [5][6]
1991 Cleopatra DC Sarah Ep. 3 [5]
1991 Oh! My Konbu Menmen [6]
1991 Jungle Wars Mio OVA [5]
1991 Roujin Z Haruko [5]
1991 Magical Princess Minky Momo Hold on to Your Dreams Rupipi [5]
1991 Genji Tsūshin Agedama Mika [6]
1991 Marude Dameo Cinderella [6]
1991 Gall Force: New Era Chris [5]
1991 Otohime Connection Okuda Yuuki OVA [5]
1991 Sohryuden: Legend of the Dragon Kings Asada Eri [5]
1992 Mama wa Shōgaku 4 Nensei Ushio Arimori [6]
1992 Floral Magician Mary Bell Rose (child) [6]
1992 Boyfriend Mami [5]
1992 Tekkaman Blade Milly [5][6]
1992 Madō King Granzort Maria OAV [5]
1992 Cooking Papa Osamu Akiyama [6]
1992 Crayon Shin-chan Hitoshi Second [5]
1992 Ashita e no Free Kick Ingrid [5]
1992 Spirit of Wonder Robin [5]
1992 Iron Virgin Jun Jun OAV [5]
1992 Princess Army Aida Nonoka OAV [5]
1992–present[7] Tenchi Muyo! series Sasami Masaki Jurai, Tsunami Also feature films [2][5]
1992 Hime-chan no Ribbon Hasekura Emi, Itou, Nononhara Yumeko [5][6]
1992 YuYu Hakusho Murugu [5]
1992 Mikan Enikki Shizuyo [5][6]
1992 Ellcia Neera [5]
1992 Wolf Guy Tiger 4 (Fu Su) [5]
1992 Nontan no Issho Usagi-san [5][6]
1993 Kōryū Densetsu Villgust Ryukia OAV, also sang ending theme ep. 1 [5]
1993 V Gundam Neneka [5]
1993 Shippū! Iron Leaguer Ginjou Ruly [5][6]
1993 Mask of Zeguy Miki [5]
1993 Shima Shima Tora no Shimajirō Purokku [5]
1994 Haō Taikei Ryū Knight Cutey Soldier Red [5][6]
1994 Yu Yu Hakusho The Movie: Poltergeist Report Hinageshi OAV [6]
1994 Mahōjin Guru Guru Frill [5][6]
1995 Gulliver Boy Misty TV series [5][6]
1995 Zenki Chiaki Enno [5][6]
1995 Doraemon: 2112nen Doraemon Tanjou Yellow Doraemon, Dora-the-Kid [5][6]
1995 Wedding Peach Pritz [5][6]
1995 Gundam Wing Lucrezia Noin [5][6]
1995 Street Fighter II V Chun-Li [5][6]
1995 Magical Girl Pretty Sammy Sasami Kawai / Pretty Sammy, Tsunami OAV series [5]
1995 Kodocha Sana Kurata OVA pilot episode [5]
1996 Rurouni Kenshin Maya, Misanagi TV series [5][6]
1996 VS Knight Ramune & 40 Fire Milk/Momo-kaze [5][6]
1996 B't X Kari [6]
1996 Lupin III: Dead or Alive Emera [6]
1996 Violinist of Hameln Flute film [5][6]
1996–97 Martian Successor Nadesico Ryoko, Queen [5][6]
1996 Gall Force: The Revolution Rami [5]
1996 Magical Project S Sasami Kawai / Pretty Sammy, Tsunami [5]
1996 Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team Radio DJ OAV ep. 6 [5]
1996–97 Galaxy Fraulein Yuna Yuna Kagurazaka OVA series [5][6]
1997 Case Closed Suzu Ep. 61-62 [5]
1997 Cho Mashin Hero Wataru Donarukami Doruku [6]
1997–2007 Sakura Wars series Sakura Shinguji Also films and specials [5][8][9]
1998 Power Dolls: Project Alpha Takasu Nami OAV [5][6]
1998 Fancy Lala Sayaka Futatsugi Ep. 22 [5][6]
1998 Martian Successor Nadesico: The Prince of Darkness Ryoko [6]
1998 Steam Detectives Red Scorpion [5][6]
1998 Gekigangar 3 Junpei [5]
1999–2000 Monster Farm Genki [5][6]
1999 Bikkuriman 2000 Shishaku Shobo [6]
2000 Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters Noa Kaiba [6]
2001 Ask Dr. Rin! Emika Kanzaki,Shelong [5][6]
2001 Fighting Foodons Crown Natsume [6]
2002 Beyblade: V-Force Alan Mackenzie [6]
2002 Gun Frontier Shizuku [5][6]
2002 Beyblade: Fierce Battle Hiroshi feature film [6]
2002 Petite Princess Yucie Margazareth [6]
2002 Monkey Typhoon Fiore [6]
2002 Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Children Light & Dark Landa [6]
2002 Tenchi Muyo! GXP Sasami Masaki [6]
2003 Pokémon: Advanced Challenge Grace, Rin [5]
2003 Gunslinger Girl Franca [5]
2004 Sgt. Frog Kiko Katoyama [6]
2004 Soreike! Zukkoke Sanningumi Keiko Ando, Atsuko Hino, Miyoko Yamanaka [5]
2005 Moeyo Ken Ryunosuke Sakamoto TV series [6]
2004 Astroboy Tetsuwan Atom The Glorious Earth Tiko short film [5]
2005 Sugar Sugar Rune Blanca [6]
2005 The Snow Queen Frida [6]
2006 Humanoid Monster Bem Oin Ejen [5][6]
2012 Hunter x Hunter Biscuit Krueger [10]
2012 Is This a Zombie? of the Dead Yuu (Delusion) Ep. 6-8 [5][6]
2013 Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission Biscuit Krueger [6]
2014 Ai Tenchi Muyo! Sasami [6][11]
2014 Hozuki's Coolheadedness Cookie [5][6]
2014 The World is Still Beautiful Narrator/Tohara [12]
2014 Hi-sCoool! SeHa Girls Sakura Shinguji [6]
2015 Rolling Girls Ura Kukino Ep. 10 [6]
2016 Puzzle & Dragons X Sturgeon [6]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Series Role Notes Source
1996–2005 Sakura Wars video games Sakura Shinguji [5][13]
1998 Advanced V.G. 2 Yajima Satomi PlayStation [5]
1994 Advanced V.G. Yajima Satomi PC Engine [5]
1996 Advanced V.G. Yajima Satomi PlayStation [5]
1997 Anime Freak FX Vol. 4 Tsubasa PC FX] {Niji no Shoujotai Prism Knights} [5]
1998 Anime Freak FX Vol. 6 Chisa Yokoyama PC FX [5]
2005 Another Century's Episode Lucrezia Noin, Ryoko Subaru PS1/PS2 [6]
2006 Another Century's Episode 2 Ryoko Subaru PS1/PS2 [6]
2007 Another Century's Episode 3: The Final Ryoko Subaru PS1/PS2 [6]
1998 Brave Saga Kotomi PlayStation [5]
1996 Der Langrisser Sherry PC FX [5]
2000 Dog of Bay Vivian PlayStation 2 [5]
1999 Doki Doki On Air 2 personality Windows, Mac, PlayStation [5]
1995 Dōkyūsei Saito Ako PC Engine [5]
1997 Castlevania: Symphony of the Night Maria Renard PlayStation [5]
1996 Extra Bright Milly Di Toska PlayStation [5]
1992–98 Galaxy Fraulein Yuna series Yuna Kagurazaka [5][6]
1995 Gulliver Boy Misty PC Engine [5][6]
1997 Grander Musashi [6]
1995 Gussun Oyoyo Emily PlayStation [5]
1999 One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e Nanase Rumi PlayStation [5]
1995 The Legend of Xanadu II Ryumina PC-Engine [5]
1997 Langrisser I and II Sherry PlayStation [5][6]
1998 Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Lucia Sega Saturn [5][6]
1994 Lunar: Eternal Blue Lucia MegaCD [5][6]
1998 Lupin the Third: D2 Manga Fujiko Mine Replacing Eiko Masuyama [5][6]
1996 Mahou Shoujo Pretty Sammy Part 1: In the Earth Sasami Kawai / Pretty Sammy Sega Saturn [5]
1997 Mahou Shoujo Pretty Sammy Part 2: In the Juraihelm Sasami Kawai / Pretty Sammy PlayStation [5]
1998 Mahou Shoujo Pretty Sammy: Heart no Kimochi Sasami, Tsunami Sega Saturn [6]
1994 Megami Paradise Rurubell PC Engine [5][6]
1997 Mega Man Legends Kobun PS1, PS2 [6]
2000 Mega Man Legends 2 Kobun PS1, PS2 [6]
1998 Misa no Mahou Monogatari Kusanagi Asuka PlayStation [5]
2002 Moeyo Ken Ryunosuke Sakamoto PS1, PS2 [6]
1997 My Dream: On Air ga Matenakute Watanabe Izumi PlayStation, Sega Saturn [5]
1999 Martian Successor Nadesico: The Mission Ryoko Subaru Dreamcast [6]
1997 Martian Successor Nadesico: Yappari Ai ga Katsu? Ryoko Subaru Sega Saturn [5]
1999 The Misadventures of Tron Bonne Bokun [6]
1997 Nadesico: The Blank of 3 Years Ryoko Subaru Sega Saturn [5][6]
2005 Namco x Capcom Hiromi Tengenji, Kobun [6]
1998 One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e Rumi Nanase PS2 [6]
1998 Pocket Love 2 Momoyo Game Boy [6]
1997 Pocket Love Momoyo Game Boy [5]
1992 Prince of Persia Princess Sega CD (Japanese Version) [5]
1992 Princess Maker daughter PC Engine [5]
1993 Ranma 1/2 Byakuran Aika Arisa Nanjou MegaCD [5][6]
1997 Stand By Say You Clear Sega Saturn [5][6]
1994 Taisen Puzzle-Dama Mayu Sawada PlayStation 1 [5][6]
1997 Tengai Makyō: Daiyon no Mokushiroku NPC Sega Saturn [6]
1989 Tengai Makyou: Ziria Tisza [6]
1997 The Star Bowling Sega Saturn [5]
1998 The Star Bowling DX PlayStation [5]
2003 Sunrise World War From Sunrise Eiyuutan Lucretia Noin PlayStation 2 [5]
1998 Super Robot Taisen F Noin PlayStation, Sega Saturn [5]
1999 Super Robot Taisen F Kanketsuhen Noin PlayStation [5]
2009 Super Robot Wars NEO Miruku Arara Wii [6]
2013 Super Robot Wars Operation Extend PSP [6]
1995–97 Tenchi Muyo! video games Sasami, Tsunami [5]
1998 Thousand Arms Nelsha Stylus [6]
1996 True Love Story Chiharu Kasuga PlayStation [5][6]
1997 True Love Story: Remember My Heart Chiharu Kasuga [6]
1997 Voice Fantasia Inquire PlayStation, Sega Saturn [5][6]
1999 White Diamond Ristain Win [5]
1991 Wolf Fang: Kuuga 2001 / Rohga: Armor Force Operator Arcade [6]
2012 Project X Zone Sakura Shinguji, Kobun [6]
2015 Project X Zone 2 Sakura Shinguji [6]
2005 Tengai makyō III Namida
ja:天外魔境III NAMIDA
Tsugumi [5][6]

Audio dramas[edit]

List of voice performances in audio dramas
Series Role Notes Source
Cooking Idol Ai! Mai Main
ja:クッキンアイドル アイ!マイ!まいん!
Yuria [6]
Dragon Quest II CD Theater Nana CD [5][6]
Galaxy Fraulein Yuna: Galaxy Wave Yuna Kagurazaka CD [5]
Growlanser IV Furanchixesuka CD [5]
Kidou Senkan Nadesico Oshare Club Subaru Ryoko CD [5]
Misa no Mahou Monogatari Isabelle, Asuka Kusanagi CD [5]
NG Knight Ramune & 40 DX Milk CD [5]
Oh My Goddess! Morisato Megumi CD [5][6]
Pathway for Santa Claus: Santa ga kureta okurimono girl CD [5]
PopFul Mail Paradise 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Mariru CD [5]
Power Dolls Takasu Nami radio, CD [5][6]
Real Drive Umuran [6]
Sakura Wars series Shinguuji Sakura CD [5]
Tenchi Muyo series Sasami CD [5]
True Love Story series Kasuga Chiharu [5]
Kaze no Densetsu Xanadu II Heroine Tachi no Tanjoubi Ryumina CD [5]

Dubbing[edit]

References[edit]

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  4. ^ "Sakura Wars Voice Actress Chisa Yokoyama Is 5 Months Pregnant". Anime News Network. Retrieved 22 August 2015.
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