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Welcome to my quiz results page. This section features the results from every quiz I've ever taken. 10 quiz results are listed per page, in reverse chronological order.

Result Posted on 01/25/07:

Mamoru Miyano’s Biography

Other Names: Family name (in kanji): 宮野 Given name (in kanji): 真守

Date of birth: June 8, 1983 in Saitama, Japan.

Blood Type: B

Occupation:Voice Actor, Singer, Musician  

Special request voice actor! Well I first heard Mamoru as the voice of Tamaki so he’s a fairly new voice actor for me. But I was thrilled to see him doing the voice of Light on DeathNote. He does an amazing job switching between Light’s various personalities. I was quite surprised though I guess I shouldn’t have been Tamaki after all was more than just a comedic character even if he was played that way most of the series. ^^

Just a short listing of his voice acting career.

  • Death Note as Light Yagami
  • Eureka 7 as Moondoggie
  • Eyeshield 21 as Haruto Sakuraba
  • Ouran High School Host Club as Tamaki Suou
  • The Prince of Tennis (live-action movie) as Yanagi Renji
  • Wolf's Rain as Kiba
  • Love Love? as Naoto Ooizumi
  • Gakuen Alice as Noda-sensei
  • Tokimeki Memorial ~Only Love~ as Riku Aoba
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monster GX as Abidos the Third
  • Zipang as Katsutoshi Hayashibara
  • Kingdom Hearts (video game) as Riku

Result Posted on 01/24/07:

Anime Word of the Day
Kemono (獣 or けもの "beast") is a genre of Japanese art and character design that prominently features animal-like fictional characters in human-like settings and situations. It is used widely in drawing, painting, manga, anime, and video game designs, many of which are popular in the rest of the world.Human-like animal characters in the kemono genre are frequently called Jūjin (獣人 or じゅうじん "therianthrope"; alternatively, these characters are also sometimes read as kemonobito "beast-human"). Their unique design differs from artist to artist, but in general they combine popular character design with animal traits deemed cute and endearing. However, most kemono character designs retain a fundamentally human character and personality, seldom acting like the real animals after which they are designed. As such, kemono are usually shown living the way normal humans live in the same setting: speaking normal language, wearing normal clothes, eating normal food, living in normal homes, in ways that blur their distinction from ordinary humans.

Result Posted on 01/23/07:

Yuji Ueda’s Biography

Other Names: Family name (in kanji): うえだ - Given name (in kanji): ゆうじ Birth name: Yuuji (祐司) Ueda (上田)

Date of birth: June 15, 1957 in Fukuoka, Japan

Blood Type: A

Occupation:Voice Actor, Singer  

Special request voice actor! Although this voice actor has probably done about double what I’ve listed below I tried to pick some of his more popular roles to give you a good idea of what he’s up too. ^^ As Jangalian mentioned in her comment last week he’s one of the great ones! I first heard him in Kenshin and his voice is still the one I hear whenever I think of Sano! ^^

Did you know this gentleman also plays the violin, adores photography and practices Japanese Sword Battle (Tate). And he’s currently married to talented voice actress Omi Minami.

Just a short listing of his voice acting career.

  • Angel Sanctuary as Yue Katou
  • ARIA The ANIMATION as Woody
  • Ayakashi Ayashi as Kumoshichi
  • Bleach as Orihime's brother
  • Blue Seed as Yoshiki Yaegashi
  • Burst Angel as Kyohei Tachibana
  • Chobits as Hiroyuki Ueda
  • Cowboy Bebop: The Movie as Lee Samson
  • Di Gi Charat as Abarenbou
  • Eden's Bowy as Mikaera; Spike Randit
  • Escaflowne: The Movie as Reeden
  • Fruits Basket as Makoto Takei
  • Fullmetal Alchemist as Zolof Kimblee
  • Fushigi Yuugi as Amiboshi; Suboshi
  • Honey and Clover as Shinobu Morita
  • Ichigo 100% as Hiroshi Sotomura
  • Inu Yasha as Akitoki Hojo
  • Jigoku Shoujo as Hajime Shibata
  • Love Hina as Keitarou Urashima
  • Mushishi as Adashino-sensei
  • One Piece as Sarquiss
  • Ouran High School Host Club as Tonji (ep 13); Umehito Nekozawa
  • Peacemaker as Tatsunosuke Ichimura
  • Pretear as Kaoru Awayuki
  • Rurouni Kenshin as Sanosuke Sagara
  • The Prince of Tennis as Akutagawa Jirou
  • The Third as Joey Toy
  • The Twelve Kingdoms as Ikuya Asano
  • Violinist of Hamelin as Hamel/Chestra
  • Vision of Escaflowne as Reeden

Result Posted on 01/12/07:

Anime Word of the Day
Kemonomimi (獣耳 animal ears) is an anime and manga terminology that describes humanoid characters that possess animal like features. The characters will be predominately human and any real animal characteristics are minimal, unlike kemono characters who possess a large percentage of animal parts in ratio with their human parts. Generally kemonomimi characters have ears and a tail which is animal like. Often this is just part of their attire and can be removed at will.

Cat, typically called catgirls or nekomimi.

Rabbit, typically called bunnygirls or usagimimi.

Dog, sometimes known as inumimi

Fox, sometimes known as kitsunemimi

Result Posted on 01/11/07:

Daisuke Namikawa’s Biography

Other Names: Family name (in kanji): 浪川 - Given name (in kanji): 大輔

Date of birth: April 2, 1976 in Tokyo, Japan

Blood Type: B

Occupation: Voice Actor  

Special request voice actor!

I’m actually a lot more familiar with this voice actor than I was the last request. And he is one of my favorites from the first time I heard him in Prince of Tennis to his more recent work on Utawarerumono and The Third! He has a great voice that tends to be a softer more calming beat than a great many voice actors can manage. I love the fact he’s worked a variety of characters and honestly I’ve never thought of the former character when hearing the voice. A bit of a bonus for me…I really don’t care to hear the exact same thing when meeting a new character. Interesting point of note…this voice actor not only loves playing handball but he’s an avid studier of Aikido.

Just a short listing of her voice acting career.

  • .hack//Roots as Iyoten
  • Arc the Lad as Elk
  • Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Irohanihoheto as Yojiro Akizuki
  • Bakuten Shoot Beyblade G Revolution as Hitoshi Kinomiya (Hiro); Jing of Shippo
  • BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad as Tanaka Yukio/Koyuki
  • Black Lagoon as Rock
  • Dokkoida?! as Suzuo Sakurazaki/Dokkoider
  • Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid as Leonard Testarossa
  • Gantz as Kei Kurono
  • Genma Wars as Jin
  • Gilgamesh as Tatsuya Madoka; Terumichi Madoka
  • Harukanaru Toki no Naka de ~Hachiyou Shou~ as Gundari Myouou
  • Honey and Clover as Rokutarou
  • Ikki Tousen as Toutaku Chuuei
  • Kero Kero Chime as Aoi
  • Koi suru Tenshi Angelique ~ Kagayaki no Ashita ~ as Heuye
  • Kyo Kara Maoh! as Antoine Jean Pierre; Ryan
  • Last Order Final Fantasy VII (OAV) as Turks (Rod)
  • Legend of the Condor Hero as Youka
  • Maburaho as Mitsuaki Nanba
  • Madlax as Pete
  • Murder Princess as Kaito Forland
  • Musashi as Musashi Miyamoto
  • Naruto as Sumaru (ep 178)
  • Oku-sama wa Joshi Kousei as Sonoda-sensei
  • Ouran High School Host Club as Tetsuya Sendou (ep 22)
  • Paradise Kiss as Suguru Hayasaka
  • Please Twins! as Maiku Kamishiro
  • Ray as Koichi
  • Saiunkoku Monogatari as Eigetsu Tou
  • Saiyuki Reload as Kami-sama
  • SD Gundam Force as Guneagle; Hogaremaru
  • Sol Bianca as Rim
  • The Melody of Oblivion as Kuron
  • The Prince of Tennis as Choutarou Otori
  • The Third as Iks
  • Tsubasa Chronicle as Fay/Fai/Fye
  • Utawarerumono as Benawi
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters as Ryouta Kajiki

Result Posted on 01/10/07:

Anime Word of the Day
Omake (お負け but often written オマケ) means extra or bonus in Japanese. Among other things, the term is used to describe what in English are called 'Special Features' on DVD releases: deleted scenes, interviews with the actors, "the making of" documentary clips, outtakes, amusing bloopers, and so forth. However, this use of the term actually predates the DVD medium by several years. For at least the past 50 years in Japan, omake of small character figurines and toys have been giveaways that come with soft drinks and candy and often the omake is more desired than the product being sold.

Result Posted on 01/08/07:

Makino Yui’s Biography

Other Names: 牧野 由依

Date of birth: January 19, 1986 in Tokyo, Japan

Blood Type: O

Occupation: Voice Actor/Singer  

Special request voice actress here!

I’m actually not that familiar with her work. Though I did think she did a fantastic job as Sakura in Tsubasa Chronicles. But honestly that’s the only role I’ve heard her in so far.

She actually hasn’t had much of a voice acting career at this point; it appears she prefers to focus on her music than on voice acting. She’s currently a member of the Sun Music Group. Click on her photo if you’re interested in learning more and well you read Japanese. She’s actually the singer of one of my favorite ED’s for Sousei No Aquarion. ^^

Just a short listing of her voice acting career.

  • ARIA The NATURAL as Akane
  • NHK ni Youkoso! as Misaki Nakahara
  • Tsubasa Chronicle as Sakura
  • Tsubasa Chronicle - Torikago no Kuni no Himegimi (movie) as Sakura
  • Zegapain as May-Yu

Result Posted on 01/06/07:

Anime Word of the Day
Glomping is a form of greeting used by anime fans in the West. A typical "glomp" involves bear hugging someone and latching on tightly, though not enough to intentionally hurt the recipient. It has since expanded into slang amongst otaku, primarily on IRC, chat rooms, and Internet forums as an extended form of greeting. It is important to note that glomping is consensual; that is, that it is usually done in settings and situations where permission is implied, otherwise it could be termed a form of assault. Even then, others may see it as an overzealous and embarrassing form of behavior; those people aren’t generally the ones who go to anime cons though. ^^

Result Posted on 01/05/07:

Sakamoto Maaya’s Biography

Other Names: 坂本真綾

Date of birth: March 31, 1980 a Tokyo, Japan

Blood Type: A

Occupation: Voice Actress/Singer

Status: Single  

Since her debut as Hitomi in Escaflowne, Maaya has diversified into different fields of the performing arts. Although she started as a voice actor, she is now best known as a singer/songwriter, no small thanks to her partner in crime, Yoko Kanno. She still does some voice acting for games and anime, but few have been leading roles. As such, she has been spending more time making music and performing in plays, which seems to have paid off since she has been singer for many anime which she has little or no roles in; and snagged the coveted role of Eponine in the acclaimed musical, Les Miserables.

What was it like to start working in the entertainment industry at such a very young age? “When I first started working, I decided that I wouldn't miss any school for it, and so while other students at school had their club activities, whether it be sports or basketball or whatever, I would just be working instead. So I didn't really consider myself as really being any different from any of the other students at school.”

Still…I love her best as Haruhi. LoL

Just a short listing of her voice acting career.

  • .hack//Legend Of The Twilight as Aura; Molti
  • .hack//SIGN as Aura
  • Binbou Shimai Monogatari as Kyou Yamada
  • Case Closed as Okano Yuki (ep 249-250)
  • Cowboy Bebop as Stella
  • El Hazard: The Alternative World as Qawoor Towles
  • Escaflowne: The Movie as Hitomi Kanzaki
  • Fantastic Children as Mel
  • Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (movie) as Aerith Gainsborough
  • Fullmetal Alchemist as Sophie Belkman
  • Geneshaft as Beatrice Ratio
  • Ghost in the Shell (movie) as Motoko Kusanagi (young)
  • Heat Guy J as Hime
  • Jing: King of Bandits as Mimosa
  • Kanon as Mishio Amano
  • Medabots as Karin
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny as Lunamaria Hawke; Mayu Asuka
  • Mushishi as Amane
  • Nightwalker as Riho Yamazaki
  • Ouran High School Host Club as Haruhi Fujioka
  • RahXephon as Reika Mishima
  • Saint Seiya: The Hades Chapter - Inferno (OAV) as Pandora
  • Saint Seiya: The Hades Chapter - Sanctuary (OAV) as Pandora
  • Tsubasa Chronicle as Tomoyo
  • Vision of Escaflowne as Hitomi Kanzaki
  • Wolf's Rain as Hamona
  • xxxHOLiC (movie) as Tomoyo

Result Posted on 01/04/07:

Anime Word of the Day
Gakuran(学ラン) (学ラン?) or the tsume-eri (詰め襟) are the uniforms for many middle school and high school boys in Japan. The color is normally black but some schools have navy and dark blue as well. The top has a standing collar and it button downs from the top to bottom. Buttons are usually decorated with the school emblem. The pants are straight leg and are one color, and a black or dark colored belt is worn with them. Boys usually wear penny loafers or sneakers with this uniform. Some schools may have the students wear on the collar pins representing the school and/or class rank. In manga and anime, the gakuran of protagonists or tough-guy("yankee") characters may be notably different, with a distinctly lengthened or shortened jacket length, or a distinctive color. The second button of the top of a male's uniform is often given away to the girl who likes him, and is considered a way of confession. Other buttons may be given away if more than one girl asked for it. The Gakuran is derived from Prussian army uniforms. Such clothing was also worn by school children in South Korea and pre-1949 China.

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