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Sayaka Ohara (大原 さやか Ōhara Sayaka ?, born December 6, 1975 in Yokohama, Kanagawa) is a female seiyū. She is currently affiliated with Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society. Her blood type is B. She is a graduate of Aoyama Gakuin University's Department of Literature. Her nickname is Saaya, saya-saya (さぁや、さやさや ?). On her 34th birthday, Sayaka got married.

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Profile

Personal details

  • Absolute interest in Kyoto is unrivaled in the seiyū industry. Often visits Kyoto whenever time is available.
  • Still was using dial-up internet access when broadband access was already widely available, and there were times that ended up with invoice of up to several tens of thousand yens. Currently migrated to broadband internet access.
  • Auctioned off a copy of autographed script of xxxHolic the Movie on Yahoo! Auction Japan during the week from Aug. 18, 2005 to Aug. 25, 2005 for 122,000 yen, and donated the complete receiving to the charity "Make A Wish of Japan".

Notable voice roles

TV anime

1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
  • A15 series
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010

OVAs

Anime movies

Drama CD

Games

Voice-over

Radio

Station announcement

  • Keikyu Railway (All Keikyu Line stations)
  • Keio Corporation (All Keiō Line stations)
  • Tobu Railway (Nagareyama-otakanomori, Higashi-Iwatsuki, Kita-omiya, Higashi-mukojima, Umejima, Soka, Matsubara-danchi, Kita-kasukabe, Himemiya, Sugito-takanodai, Satte, Shin-kanuma, Hanyu, Sano, Asaka, Kawagoe, Kawagoeshi, Kasumigaseki, Tsurugashima, Wakaba, Sakado, Takasaka Stations)
  • Sotetsu (Nishi-yokohama, Hoshikiwa, Minami-makigahara Stations)

References

  • Katoh, Hidekazu et al. "Tsubasa - Reservoir Chronicle". (May 2007) Newtype USA. pp. 26-33.

External links


Sayaka Ohara (大原 さやか Ōhara Sayaka?, born December 6, 1975 in Yokohama, Kanagawa) is a female seiyū.[1] She is currently affiliated with Tokyo Actor's Consumer's Cooperative Society. Her blood type is B. She is a graduate of Aoyama Gakuin University's Department of Literature. Her nickname is Saaya, saya-saya (さぁや、さやさや?). On her 34th birthday, Sayaka got married.

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Profile

  • Her interests include playing the cello, Japanese tea ceremony (Urasenke).
  • Other qualifications: Pre-1st grade in STEP Test in Practical English Proficiency and 2nd grade in Certified Kimono Instructor. English skill is said to be one of the best among seiyūs of the same generation.
  • Younger brother Takashi Ōhara is also a seiyū under the operation of Ken Production.
  • Strong performance skill in voicing many types of characters, with a specialty in the gentle and mature sister characters.

Personal details

  • Absolute interest in Kyoto is unrivaled in the seiyū industry. Often visits Kyoto whenever time is available.
  • Still was using dial-up internet access when broadband access was already widely available, and there were times that ended up with invoice of up to several tens of thousand yens. Currently migrated to broadband internet access.
  • Auctioned off a copy of autographed script of xxxHolic the Movie on Yahoo! Auction Japan during the week from Aug. 18, 2005 to Aug. 25, 2005 for 122,000 yen, and donated the complete receiving to the charity "Make A Wish of Japan".

Notable voice roles

TV anime

1998
1999
2000
  • Case Closed (Kayoko Takahashi)
  • Shima Shima Tora no Shimajirō (Dog girl)
  • Vandread (Ezra Vieil)
2001
2002
2003
2004
  • A15 series
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010

OVAs

Anime movies

Drama CD

Games

Voice-over

Radio

Station announcement

  • Keikyu Railway (All Keikyu Line stations)
  • Keio Corporation (All Keiō Line stations)
  • Tobu Railway (Nagareyama-otakanomori, Higashi-Iwatsuki, Kita-omiya, Higashi-mukojima, Umejima, Soka, Matsubara-danchi, Kita-kasukabe, Himemiya, Sugito-takanodai, Satte, Shin-kanuma, Hanyu, Sano, Asaka, Kawagoe, Kawagoeshi, Kasumigaseki, Tsurugashima, Wakaba, Sakado, Takasaka Stations)
  • Sotetsu (Nishi-yokohama, Hoshikiwa, Minami-makigahara Stations)

References

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  • Katoh, Hidekazu et al. "Tsubasa - Reservoir Chronicle". (May 2007) Newtype USA. pp. 26–33.

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