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Noriko Hidaka
日高 のり子
Born Noriko Itō (伊東 範子)
May 31, 1962 (1962-05-31) (age 47)
Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
Other name(s) Noriko Nagai (永井 範子)
Nonko (ノン子)
Occupation voice actor
Years active 1984 - current

Noriko Hidaka (日高 のり子 Hidaka Noriko?), real name Noriko Nagai (永井 範子 Nagai Noriko?), maiden name Noriko Itō (伊東 範子 Itō Noriko?, born May 31, 1962) is a seiyū, or voice actor.[1] Hidaka is most known for the roles of Mikage Matsunaga (Miracle Girls), Minami Asakura (Touch), Akane Tendo (Ranma ½), Satsuki Kusakabe (My Neighbor Totoro), Near (Death Note), Sēta Sojiro (Rurouni Kenshin), Jean (Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water), Kikyo (InuYasha), and Noriko Takaya (Gunbuster).

Hidaka was born in the Kudan area of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan,[1] where she attended Fujimi Elementary School. Her parents owned a Western-style clothing store named "Tailor Itō".

Hidaka began her career as an idol star, but switched to voice acting, and is formerly employed by the talent management firm 81 Produce. Hidaka originally used the kanji variant 日髙 (note that the second kanji is different). She switched to the current usage (日高) around 1995 when she found that it was written that way already on many things and after friends recommended the kanji with the lower stroke count. Her fans have given her the affectionate name Nonko (ノン子).

In 1982, during her time as an idol star, Noriko appeared in a Japanese TV commercial for Nivea skin milk. She has also done voice over commercials for programs and games in which she plays a role, such as Super Robot Wars Alpha 3.[2]

Contents

Anime roles

Leading roles are bolded.

TV

Sources:[4]

OVAs

Sources:[4]

Movies

  • Touch: Sebangō no Nai Ace (1986, Minami Asakura)
  • Touch 2: Sayonara no Okurimono (1986, Minami Asakura)
  • Touch 3: Kimi ga Tōri Sugita Ato ni (1987, Minami Asakura)
  • My Neighbor Totoro (1988, Satsuki Kusakabe)
  • Soreike! Anpanman: Baikinman no Gyakushū (1990, Yaada-hime)
  • A Wind Named Amnesia (1990, Lisa)
  • Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China (1991, Akane Tendō)
  • Ranma ½: Nihao, My Concubine (1992, Akane Tendō)
  • Martian Successor Nadesico: The Motion Picture – Prince of Darkness (1998, Hari Makibi)
  • Touch: Miss Lonely Yesterday (1998, Minami Asakura)
  • InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time movies (2001, Kikyo)
  • Touch: Cross Road (2001, Minami Asakura)
  • InuYasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass movies (2002, Kikyo)
  • InuYasha the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler movies (2003, Kikyo)
  • InuYasha the Movie: Fire on the Mystic Island movies (2004, Kikyo)
  • Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys (2004, Tory)
  • Gunbuster vs. Diebuster (2006, Noriko Takaya)

Sources:[4][5]

Video games

Sources:[6]

TV shows

Regular appearances

  • Bakeruno Shōgakkō Hyūdoro-gumi
  • Battle Fever J
  • Let's Go Young
  • Minna Ikiteiru
  • Ohayou Studio
  • Shin Afternoon Show 1987
  • Tamiya RC Car Gran Prix
  • Zawa Zawa Mori no Ganko-chan

Guest appearances

  • Quiz Nattoku Rekishikan
  • Run Run Asa 6-sei Jōhō
  • Sumai no 110-ban
  • Tochūgesha Junjō

Radio

  • Asakura Minami no All Night Nippon - September 29, 2004
  • Clair de Lune (Banana Fritters)
  • Earth Conscious Dream
  • Hidaka Noriko no Happy @
  • Hidaka Noriko no Tokyo Wonder Jam: Uri! Uri! Urihō!
  • KBS Kyoto Hyper Night
    • Hidaka Noriko no Aromatic Night
    • Hidaka Noriko no Hyper Night Getsuyōbi
    • Hidaka Noriko no Hyper Night Kinyōbi
  • Nisseki Doyō Omoshiro Radio
  • Nonko to Nobita no Anime Scramble
  • Nonko's Cheerful Mind "Urara"
  • Saturday Tokimeki Station
  • Shōfukutei Tsuruko no All Night Nippon

Theatrical roles

Dub voice work

CDs

Albums

  • Breath of Air
  • Hidaka Noriko Best
  • Kazumi (as Kazumi Endō)
  • Mega Babe
  • Minami no Seishun
  • Minamikaze ni Fukarete
  • Nonko
  • Otakara Song Book
  • Paradise
  • Personal
  • Personal 2
  • Ranma ½ Utagoyomi Heisei 3 Nendoban (as Akane Tendo, includes Yasashii, Ii Musume ni Narenai (a.k.a. the "Baka Song"))
  • Time Capsule
  • Touch in Memory (as Minami Asakura)

Sources:[7]

Singles

  • Anata ga Uchū ~By My Side~
  • Ashita he no Tsubasa / Niji no Kanata
  • Be Natural / Megami ga Kureta Ichibyō
  • Watashi Datte (as Kazumi Endō)

Sources:[7]

Books

  • Nonko (ISBN 4-07-225667-6)

References

  1. ^ a b Hitoshi Doi (editor) (2009-04-01). "Hidaka Noriko (日高のり子)". Seiyuu Database. http://www.usagi.org/~doi/seiyuu/hidaka-noriko/. Retrieved 2009-04-01. 
  2. ^ "Superb Narration! Recording the "Super Robot Wars Alpha 3"Commercial! (超豪華なナレーション! 『第3次スーパーロボット大戦α ~終焉の銀河へ』のCM収録!?)" (in Japanese). 2005-06-19. http://www.famitsu.com/game/news/2005/06/19/103,1119174598,40429,0,0.html. Retrieved 2009-04-01. 
  3. ^ "Broadcast begins March 31! Morning family time appropriate anime "Chi's Sweet Home". Comments from the cast prior to airing by Satomi Kōrogi and fellow cast members! (3月31日から放送開始!朝の家族団らんに最適のアニメ『チーズスイートホーム』。こおろぎさとみさんらキャスト陣から放送に先がけコメントが到着!?)" (in Japanese). animate.tv/Frontier Works Inc.. 2008-03-27. http://www.animate.tv/news/detail.php?id=atv080327a. Retrieved 2009-04-01. 
  4. ^ a b c Hitoshi Doi (editor) (2009-04-01). "Hidaka Noriko roles (anime)". Seiyuu Database. http://www.usagi.org/~doi/seiyuu/hidaka-noriko/roles-anime.html. Retrieved 2009-04-01. 
  5. ^ "日高のり子" (in Japanese). Japanese Movie Database. http://www.jmdb.ne.jp/person/p0318580.htm. Retrieved 2009-04-01. 
  6. ^ Hitoshi Doi (editor) (2009-04-01). "Hidaka Noriko roles (games)". Seiyuu Database. http://www.usagi.org/~doi/seiyuu/hidaka-noriko/roles-games.html. Retrieved 2009-04-01. 
  7. ^ a b Hitoshi Doi (editor) (2009-04-01). "Hidaka Noriko CDs (Discography)". Seiyuu Database. http://www.usagi.org/~doi/seiyuu/hidaka-noriko/cds.html. Retrieved 2009-04-01. 

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