Yūko Miyamura

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Yūko Miyamura (宮村 優子, Miyamura Yūko, born December 4, 1972) is a Japanese actress, voice actress, singer and sound director. Her nickname is Miyamū (みやむー, Miyamū). She played Kazuha Toyama in Detective Conan and Asuka Langley Soryu in Neon Genesis Evangelion.[2]

Yūko Miyamura
宮村 優子
Yuko Miyamura by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Miyamura at the 2017 Saboten Con
Born (1972-12-04) December 4, 1972 (age 47)
Other namesYūko Seki (関 優子)
Occupation
Years active1994–present
Notable credit(s)
Height157 cm (5 ft 2 in)
Spouse(s)
Nakatani D.
(m. 1998; div. 1999)

Takayuki Seki
(m. 2004; div. 2016)
Children2

Personal lifeEdit

Miyamura was born in Kobe, and graduated from the theater division for Toho Gakuen College of Drama and Music. She was diagnosed with Graves' disease and exophthalmos in May 2007.[3] She was initially married to manga artist, Nakatani D. from 1998 to 1999. Miyamura married stuntman Takayuki Seki in 2004. They had two children together, a daughter born in 2004 and a son born in 2011, before they divorced in 2016.[4] The family lived in Melbourne, Australia, until she returned to Japan after the divorce.

CareerEdit

Miyamura released various CD albums as a singer, which feature collaborations with well-known Japanese musicians, such as P-Model vocalist/Berserk series composer Susumu Hirasawa, Yapoos vocalist Jun Togawa and Pizzicato Five vocalist Yasuharu Konishi. Additionally, she also had a short on-screen role in the movie Battle Royale as the video announcer of the event's rules. She is affiliated with Techno Sound as a sound director and Japan Action Enterprises.

FilmographyEdit

Television animationEdit

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source(s)
1994 Brave Police J-Decker Regina Argine [5][6]
1995 The Brave of Gold Goldran Chris Episode 5
1995–96 Wedding Peach Angel Daisy/Hinagiku Tamano [5]
1995–96 Juuni Senshi Bakuretsu Eto Ranger Souffle [5][6]
1995 Mojacko Apple [5]
1995–96 Neon Genesis Evangelion Asuka Langley Soryu [5][6]
1996–present Detective Conan Kazuha Toyama First appears in Episode 118 [5]
1996 VS Knight Lamune & 40 Fire Parfait [5]
1996 Those Who Hunt Elves Ritsuko Inoue [5][6]
1997 Pokémon Akane/Whitney Episodes 158–159
1997 Hyper Police Natsuki Sasahara [5][6]
1997 Clamp School Detectives Utako Ohkawa [5][6]
1997 Those Who Hunt Elves 2 Ritsuko Inoue [5][6]
1997 Super Mashin Hero Wataru Suzume [5]
1997 Berserk Casca [5][6]
1998 Outlaw Star Aisha Clanclan [5]
1998 Neo Ranga Ushio Shimabara [5]
1998 Eat-Man '98 Myra Dykstra [5][6]
1999 Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko Ayano Elizabeth Hakuhōin [5]
1999–00 Great Teacher Onizuka Nanako Mizuki Episode 1 [5][6]
1999 Colorful Giant Schoolgirl Episode 12 [5][6]
1999–00 We Know You, Moonlight Mask-kun! Naoto Yamamoto/Gekkou Kamen-kun [5]
2000 NieA 7 Niea [5]
2003 Astro Boy: Mighty Atom Mimi [5]
2004–05 My-HiME Alyssa Searrs [5]
2018 Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion Asuka Langley Soryu Cameo, Episode 31

Original video animation (OVA)Edit

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source(s)
1990 Be-Bop High School Chiharu
1995 Battle Skipper Shihoko Sasaki
1996 My Dear Marie Marie Karigari [6]
1996 Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko Ayano Elizabeth Hakuhōin
1996 Apocalypse Zero Megumi
1996–97 Variable Geo Satomi Yajima
1996–97 Adventures of Kotetsu Linn Suzuki/Kotetsu
1996–97 Alice in Cyberland (ja) Juri Yagami [6]
1996–97 Wedding Peach DX Hinagiku Tamano
1997–98 Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge (Vampire Hunter) Lei-Lei [5]
1997 I Dream of Mimi (Buttobi!! CPU) Performa Nackintosh [6]
1998 Queen Emeraldas Ruda
1998 Super Mobile Legend Dinagiga (ja) Marie Vlaanderen
1998 Spectral Force Hiro
2000 Angel Sanctuary Kurai
2002 Detective Conan: 16 Suspects!? Kazuha Toyama
2003 Detective Conan: Conan, Heiji, and the Vanished Boy Kazuha Toyama
2005 Spectral Force: Chronicle Divergence Hiro
2006 Detective Conan: Follow the Vanished Diamond! Conan & Heiji vs. Kid! Kazuha Toyama
2009 Detective Conan: The Stranger from Ten Years Later Kazuha Toyama
2010 Detective Conan Magic Files: The Osaka Okonomiyaki Odyssey Kazuha Toyama

Anime filmsEdit

List of voice performances in films
Year Title Role Notes Source(s)
1997 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth Asuka Langley Soryu [6]
1997 The End of Evangelion Asuka Langley Soryu [6]
1997 Samurai X The Motion Picture Toki Takatsuki [5]
1998 Welcome to Lodoss Island! Deedlet [5]
1998 Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz Girl A
1999 Detective Conan: The Last Wizard of the Century Kazuha Toyama [5]
2000 A.LI.CE Yuki [5]
2003 Detective Conan: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital Kazuha Toyama [5]
2006 Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem Kazuha Toyama [5]
2009 Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser Kazuha Toyama [5]
2009 Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Asuka Langley Shikinami [5]
2010 Detective Conan: The Lost Ship in the Sky Kazuha Toyama [5]
2012 Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo Asuka Langley Shikinami [5]
2013 Detective Conan: Private Eye in the Distant Sea Kazuha Toyama [5]
2017 Detective Conan: The Crimson Love Letter Kazuha Toyama [5]
2020 Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Asuka Langley Shikinami

Video gamesEdit

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Platform(s) Notes Source(s)
1994 Ken Sei Mogura: Street Fighter II Chun-Li Arcade
1994 Travellers! Densetsu o Buttobase Sophia TurboGrafx-16 (PC Engine)
1995 Natsuki Crisis Battle Rina Takaoka Super Famicom
1995 Street Fighter Zero Chun-Li, Rose Arcade, CPS Changer, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, Game Boy Color, PC [5]
1995 Soul Edge Seong Mi-na Arcade, PlayStation PlayStation version [5][6]
1996 Street Fighter Zero 2 Chun-Li, Rose Arcade, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, SNES, PC [5][6]
1996 Neon Genesis Evangelion: 1st Impression Asuka Langley Soryu Sega Saturn [5]
1996 Super Puzzle Fighter II X Chun-Li Arcade, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, PC, Dreamcast, Game Boy Advance [6]
1996 Sword & Sorcery Aya 3DO, Sega Saturn Sega Saturn Version
1996 X-Men vs. Street Fighter Chun-Li Arcade, Sega Saturn, PlayStation
1996 Nightruth: Explanation of the Paranormal – Yami no Tobira Maria Mizunagi PlayStation [5][6]
1996 The Kindaichi Case Files: Hihō Island: The New Tragedy Miyuki Nanase Windows, PlayStation [5]
1996 Street Fighter EX Chun-Li Arcade, PlayStation [5][6]
1996 Alice in Cyberland (ja) Yukari Yagami PlayStation [6]
1996 Fire Woman Matoi-gumi (ja) Kana Okada PC-FX [6]
1997 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Girlfriend of Steel Asuka Langley Soryu Windows 95, Mac OS, Sega Saturn, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable [6]
1997 Neon Genesis Evangelion: 2nd Impression Asuka Langley Soryu Sega Saturn [5][6]
1997 Marika ~The World of Truth~ (ja) Marika Kanzaki Sega Saturn [5][6]
1997 Tonari no Princess Rolfee (ja) Lion PC-FX [6]
1997 My Dream ~On Air ga Matenakute~ Kawai Kurumi Sega Saturn, PlayStation, Windows [5][6]
1997 Voice Fantasia S: Ushinawareta Voice Power Mary Miin Sega Saturn, PlayStation [5]
1997 Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter Chun-Li Arcade, Sega Saturn, PlayStation
1997 Virus Mary Sega Saturn [5][6]
1997 Kaito Ranma (ja) Mika Hanafusa Windows
1997 Pocket Fighter Chun-Li Arcade, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, WonderSwan, PlayStation 2
1997 Super Robot Wars F (ja) Grace Urigin, Asuka Langley Soryu Sega Saturn, PlayStation [5][6]
1997 3×3 Eyes Tenrin' ō Genmu Maria Windows, PlayStation [6]
1998 Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes Chun-Li, Michelle Heart Arcade, Dreamcast, PlayStation [6]
1998 Burning Rangers Tillis Sega Saturn [6]
1998 Yukyu Fantasia 2nd Album Celine Whitesnow Sega Saturn, PlayStation [5][6]
1998 Anime Freak FX: Vol.6 Yuko Miyamura PC-FX [6]
1998 EVE The Lost One (ja) Rina Kudo Sega Saturn [6]
1998 The Kindaichi Case Files: Hell Park Murder Case Miyuki Nanase PlayStation [5]
1998 Tail Concerto Alicia Pris PlayStation [5]
1998 Super Robot Wars F Final (ja) Grace Urigin, Asuka Langley Soryu Sega Saturn, PlayStation [5][6]
1998 Street Fighter EX2 Chun-Li Arcade, PlayStation [5]
1998 Street Fighter Zero 3 Chun-Li Arcade, PlayStation, Dreamcast, Sega Saturn, Game Boy Advance
1998 B.L.U.E. Legend of Water (ja) Maya PlayStation [5]
1998 Brave Fencer Musashi Liquer PlayStation [5]
1998 Eva to Yukai na Nakama tachi (ja) Asuka Langley Soryu Sega Saturn, PlayStation, Windows, Game Boy Color [6]
1998 Black/Matrix Michette Sega Saturn, Dreamcast, PlayStation [6]
1998 Doki Doki Pretty League: Nekketsu Otome Seishunki (ja) Arisa Sendo PlayStation [5][6]
1998 The Lost One Last Chapter of Eve (ja) Rina Kudo Windows [6]
1998 Spectral Force 2 Hiro PlayStation [5]
1998 Yukyu Fantasia Ensemble Celine Whitesnow Sega Saturn, PlayStation [5]
1999 Yukyu Fantasia Ensemble 2 Celine Whitesnow Sega Saturn, PlayStation [5]
1999 Neon Genesis Evangelion 64 Asuka Langley Soryu Nintendo 64
1999 The Kindaichi Case Files: Azure Dragon Legend Murder Case Miyuki Nanase PlayStation
1999 Spectral Force: Itoshiki Ja'aku Hiro PlayStation [5]
1999 Berserk: Chapter of the Lost Flowers of the Millennium Casca Dreamcast [5]
1999 Doki Doki On Air FINAL Herself Windows 95/98 [6]
2000 Street Fighter EX3 Chun-Li PlayStation 2
2000 Super Robot Wars α (ja) Asuka Langley Soryu PlayStation, Dreamcast
2000 Yuukyuu Kumikyoku Perpetual Suite -All Star Project- Celine Whitesnow PlayStation [5][6]
2000 Spectral Force 2: Eternal Miracle Hiro Windows
2000 Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes Chun-Li Arcade, Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, Xbox, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS
2001 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Ayanami Raising Project Asuka Langley Soryu Windows, Dreamcast
2003 Drakengard Fairy PlayStation 2 [5]
2003 Neon Genesis Evangelion 2 Asuka Langley Soryu PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
2003 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Ayanami Raising Project with Asuka Complement Project Asuka Langley Soryu PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS
2004 Super Robot Wars MX (ja) Asuka Langley Soryu PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
2004 Spectral Force: Radical Elements Hiro PlayStation 2
2004 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Shinji Ikari Raising Project Asuka Langley Soryu Windows
2004 Berserk – Millennium Empire Arc: Chapter of the Holy Demon War Casca PlayStation 2
2005 Spectral Force Chronicle Hiro PlayStation 2 [5]
2005 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Girlfriend of Steel 2nd Asuka Langley Soryu Windows, Mac OS (X), PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
2005 3rd Super Robot Wars Alpha: To the End of the Galaxy Asuka Langley Soryu PlayStation 2
2006 Spectral Force 3: Innocent Rage Culture Xbox 360 [5]
2006 Secret of Evangelion (ja) Asuka Langley Soryu PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Windows
2007 Detective Evangelion (ja) Asuka Langley Soryu PlayStation 2 [5]
2007 Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories Larxene PlayStation 2 [5]
Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix
2007 Detective Conan: Tsuioku no Mirajiyu Kazuha Toyama Wii [5]
2007 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Battle Orchestra Asuka Langley Soryu PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable
2007 Baldr Bullet Equlibrium (ja) Fai Marinina PlayStation 2 [5]
2009 Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Larxene Nintendo DS [5]
2010 uni. (ja) Clarissa von Richthofen Windows [5]
2012 Marvel vs. Capcom Origins Chun-Li PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
2013 Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Larxene PlayStation 3
2013 Detective Conan: Marionette Symphony Kazuha Toyama Nintendo 3DS [5]
2014 3rd Super Robot Wars Z (ja) Asuka Langley Shikinami PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita
2014 Detective Conan: Phantom Rhapsody Kazuha Toyama Nintendo 3DS [5]
2014 Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix Larxene PlayStation 3
2018 Super Robot Wars V Asuka Langley Shikinami PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita
2018 Super Robot Wars X-Ω Asuka Langley Shikinami Android, iOS
2019 Kingdom Hearts III Larxene PlayStation 4, Xbox One
2019 Kyoutou Kotoba RPG: Kotodaman Asuka Langley Shikinami Android, iOS Kotodaman × Evangelion collaboration event [7]

DubbingEdit

Year Title Role Original Performer Notes Source
1996–00 KaBlam! June Julia McIlvaine
2002 Volcano High So Yo-seon Gong Hyo-jin

Live-actionEdit

Year Title Role Notes Source
2000 Battle Royale Training video announcer [5]
2001 EAT&RUN (ja) Yuko [5]
2003 The End of Evangelion: Renewal Asuka Langley Soryu Previously unreleased 11-minute live-action sequence included in the Renewal of Evangelion box set

Television programsEdit

DiscographyEdit

SoloEdit

Solo Albums
Release Date Title Album information
June 21, 1996 Kenka Banchō (ja)
(ケンカ番長)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VICL-758
  • Type: Album
December 18, 1996 Supēsu Kenka Banchō (ja)
(スペースケンカ番長)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VICL-23118
  • Type: Mini Album
November 22, 1997 Fuichi (ja)
(不意打ち)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VICL-60090
  • Type: Album
March 25, 1998 Tamashī (ja)
()
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VICL-60182
  • Type: Mini Album
July 23, 1998 Sankyū ~Thank You~ (ja)
(産休〜Thank You〜)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VICL-60261 (VIZL-33)
  • Type: Album (Limited Edition)
December 2, 1998 Mecha Best (ja)
(めっちゃベスト)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VICL-60319
  • Type: Best Of
May 21, 1999 Uguisu Jou (ja)
(鶯嬢)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VICL-60380
  • Type: Mini Album
August 25, 1999 Dai Suu Shī (ja)
(大四喜)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VICL-60445
  • Type: Album
December 1, 1999 Hobo Single Best (ja)
(ほぼシングルベスト)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VOCL-60502
  • Type: Best Of
Solo Singles
Release Date Title Album information
July 21, 1995 Koi wo Surunara
(恋をするなら)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-10679
May 22, 1996 ENDLESS PARTY/HELLO,STRANGE DAYS
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-10760
November 21, 1996 Kurumi Pan/Son'na KISS ja Yurusanai
(くるみパン/そんなKISSじゃ許さない)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-10828
March 5, 1997 Konjou Sentai Guts-man
(根性戦隊ガッツマン)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-10848
May 21, 1997 Heisei Ijinden
(平成偉人伝)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-30019
August 21, 1997 KANON
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-30053
November 6, 1997 Pi・Pi・Pi/Machi ya Mori ya Tsuki he
(Pi・Pi・Pi/街や森や月へ)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-30076
February 21, 1998 Mother
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-30182
May 21, 1998 Koi to Yokubou
(恋と欲望)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-30219
June 24, 1998 Arigato
(アリガト)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VICL-35030
September 23, 1998 Oho Chinchin / Oppai ga Ippai / Slave & Queen
(オー・チンチン/おっぱいがいっぱい/SLAVE&QUEEN)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-30357
July 23, 1999 Meitantei ha Jinsei wo Kotaezu
(名探偵は人生を答えず)
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-30434
July 23, 1999 Growin' Up!
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Catalog No.: VIDL-30435
January 11, 2012 Kokoro yo genshi ni modore ~2012 Version~
(心よ原始に戻れ〜2012 version〜)
  • Label: Starchild Records
  • Catalog No.: KICM-1343

In Seyuu GroupsEdit

Furil'Edit

  • 1995: Yumemiru Ai Tenshi / FURIL [KIDA-106]
  • 1995: Wedding Peach MUSIC BOUQUET 1 [KICA-256]
  • 1995: Wedding Peach MUSIC BOUQUET 2 [KICA-269]
  • 1995: Wedding Peach FURIL [KICA-249]
  • 1995: Wedding Peach Dream Collection [JSCA-29034]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ オリコン・ウィーク The Ichiban』Vol.20 9 February 1998 号、オリコン、17頁
  2. ^ "Madman Entertainment Announces Madman Anime Festival 2016". Anime News Network. March 23, 2016. Retrieved September 16, 2017.
  3. ^ "親子知新". www3.bigcosmic.com. Archived from the original on May 15, 2007. Retrieved November 21, 2015.
  4. ^ "Voice Actress Yuko Miyamura Announces Divorce". Anime News Network. July 18, 2016. Retrieved July 20, 2016.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx 声優さん出演リスト 個別表示:宮村優子 [Voice actor's appearance list individual display: Yuuko Miyamura]. Voice Artist Database (in Japanese). GamePlaza-HARUKA-. Retrieved April 21, 2019.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq Doi, Hitoshi. "Miyamura Yuko roles". Hitoshi Doi's Seiyuu Database. Retrieved April 21, 2019.
  7. ^ "【公式】人気アニメーション作品『エヴァンゲリオン』×コトダマン コラボイベント開催!".

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