On their first day of high school shy Ayumi Nonomura and taciturn Tatsuki Iizuka become lost on the immense campus of Kamizono Academy. An irresistible force of nature named Torako Kageyama accompanied by her best friend Suzume Saotome appears in front of them. Led, sometimes pushed, by Torako, the girls and their classmates work through problems of school, home and adolescence.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Hyakko - Hiroko Kasahara - Netflix
Hiroko Kasahara (笠原 弘子, Kasahara Hiroko, born February 19, 1970) is a Japanese voice actress and J-pop singer. She sang the ending theme song of the PlayStation 2 role-playing video game Shadow Hearts, titled Ending Theme ~ Shadow Hearts, and the ending theme of the PC and PlayStation 2 visual novel Ever 17: The Out of Infinity, titled Aqua Stripe.
Hyakko - Television animation - Netflix
Katue Pearson in Ginga Hyōryū Vifam (1983) Nanako Misonou in Oniisama e (1991) Unknown Oniyuri Kageyama in Hyakko Fuu Hououji in Magic Knight Rayearth Sayo Amakusa / Magdalia in Rurouni Kenshin Azalyn in Irresponsible Captain Tylor Princess Camille in Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland Naomi Armitage in Armitage III (original) Ishtar in The Super Dimension Fortress Macross II: Lovers, Again Laura Sullivan in Dancouga - God Bless Dancouga Chris Parton in Burning Rangers Hitomi Kasahara in Shinesman Sunako's Mother in The Wallflower Arieta Lyuis in Growlanser II: The Sense of Justice Sora Akanegasaki in Ever17 -the out of infinity- Phorni in Symphonic Rain Jessica in Kurau Phantom Memory Princess Rose in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX Koudelka Iasant in Shadow Hearts Sakura Tomoe in Weiss Kreuz Ami in DNA² Mint in Magical Angel Sweet Mint Retsu Unohana in Rock Musical BLEACH Kachua Pearson in Vifam (her first voice acting role, at age 13) Senri's Mother in Vampire Knight Sango Otojima in Kyūkyoku Chōjin R Princess Mariel in Yami to Bōshi to Hon no Tabibito Maron Namikaze in Assemble Insert
Hyakko - References - Netflix