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Well, she's got quite a deep voice; as a result, she's normally cast into roles of young boys or tomboyish women. In fact, she can pitch her voice so deep to the point that it is almost impossible to tell the voice belongs to a female. Bifauxnen in Real Life as well; just check out the group shot she took with Mamoru Miyano, Aya Hirano and Hiroshi Kamiya at the 2nd Seiyu Awards.

Seems to be friends with Takahiro Sakurai in real life.


Notable roles by Mitsuki Saiga:

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