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Yuka Imai

Yuka Imai (born September 19, 1970 in Atami, Shizuoka) is a former Japanese voice actress who was previously represented by Gekidan Moonlight and by Atomic Monkey at the time of her retirement. On August 30, 2018, she announced her retirement from voice acting, due to various difficulties in her life such as her divorce and her son having pervasive developmental disabilities. Sugisawa Yuka is an alias of Imai Yuka for adult games and anime.

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Sep 9, 1970 In Atami, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series Magic Knight Rayearth 1994-10-17
Latest Project:
Movie Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 3: Eternal Friends 2014-03-15
Known For
Movie Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 3: Eternal Friends Ai 2014-03-15
Movie Dokidoki! Pretty Cure the Movie: Memories for the Future Ai (voice) 2013-10-26
Series Zatch Bell! Shiori 2003-04-06
Movie Eyeshield 21: The Phantom Golden Bowl 2003-09-25
Movie Digimon Tamers: Runaway Locomon Renamon / Sakuyamon / Rumiko Makino (voice) 2002-03-02
Movie Armitage: Dual Matrix Yôko 2002-03-22
Movie Galerions Rion 2002-04-24
Series Digimon Tamers Renamon 2001-04-01
Series Fruits Basket Arisa Uotani 2001-07-05
Series Mon Colle Knight Guko 2001-07-21
Movie Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Adolescence of Utena Wakaba Shinohara (voice) 1999-08-14
Movie Sorcerer on the Rocks: A Bastard for the Ages 1999-08-21
Series Now and Then, Here and There Nabuca (voice) 1999-10-14
Series 快刀乱麻 花房美燐 1999-11-26
Series Kurogane Communication Kanato 1998-10-05
Series Revolutionary Girl Utena Wakaba Shinohara (voice) 1997-04-02
Movie Knights of Ramune Drum 1997-05-21
Movie Burn Up W Rio 1996-01-01
Movie Apocalypse Zero Hiroko Uchiyama (voice) 1996-10-22
Series Wedding Peach Scarlett O'Hara 1995-04-05
Series Saber Marionette R Junior (voice) 1995-05-25
Movie First Loves 1995-06-16
Series Magic Knight Rayearth Mira 1994-10-17