When the screen goes black and the credits roll, too many people change the channel or just leave the screen, not bothering whose names are on it. Here, you can find info on all of the "billed" characters and staff members, as well as the ever-important "behind the scenes" worker bees!

Voice Talent (Seiyu)Edit

Kanae ItōEdit

Kanae Itō voices Ohana Matsumae in the anime and is well known for her first major role as Amu Himamori in the anime series Shugo Chara!. Normally playing characters who are optimistic and cheerful, she has also voiced in animations such as The World God Only Knows as Elucia de Lute Ima and Sora no Manimani as Mihoshi Akeno.

Chiaki OmigawaEdit

Chiaki Omigawa voices Minko Tsurugi in the anime and is well known for her debut as Maka Albarn in the anime series Soul Eater. She has also voiced in animations such as Arakawa Under the Bridge as P-ko and Soredemo Machi wa Mawatteiru as Hotori Arashiyama.

Aki ToyosakiEdit

Aki Toyosaki voices Nako Oshimizu in the anime and is famous for her first major role as Amuro Ninagawa in the anime series Kenkō Zenrakei Suieibu Umishō. She has also voiced in animations such as K-ON! as Yui Hirasawa and Toaru Kagaku no Railgun as Kazari Uihara.

Haruka TomatsuEdit

Haruka Tomatsu voices Yuina Wakura in the anime and is known for her debut as Corticarte Apa Lagranges in the anime Shinkyoku Sōkai Polyphonica. She has also voiced in animations such as To Love-Ru as Lala Satalin Deviluke and The Idolmaster as Ai Hidaki.

Mamiko NotoEdit

Mamiko Noto voices Tomoe Wajima in the anime and is known for her soft and kind voice, which gives her the typecast of playing more gentle, calm and feminine characters. Even so, she has played roles outside this typecast bubble, such as voicing the ever-more tomboyish Masane Amaha in Witchblade and the devious, cunning vampiress Reiri Kamura in Princess Resurrection.

Yūki KajiEdit

Yūki Kaji voices Kōichi Tanemura in the anime and is known for his role outside of the anime business as Hope Estheim in the video game Final Fantasy XIII. He has voiced in animations such as Mikoto Shinozaki in Over Drive and Akina Hiizumi in Yozakura Quartet.

Music BandsEdit


One of the bands who contributes many songs to Hanasaku Iroha. So far, they have done both opening themes, one ending theme for one of the episodes and some of the inserted lyric-songs. The band consists of a female vocalist/guitarist and three other males.


Another contributing band consisting of four females vocalists. This group does the first ending theme of the series. One of the singers is the voice actor for Nako Oshimizu.

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