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  • Oricon Week The Ichiban

    Oricon Week The Ichiban is a weekly magazine that contains the singles, albums, game, comics, books, movies, sports, TV, etc top rankings. It usually has interviews and articles of popular artists and such.

    Recently, as the seiyuu singers have started to come out among the mainstream musicians, some of the seiyuu have been covered in this magazine.

    magazine seiyuu
    1995.10.02 Hayashibara Megumi, Kouda Mariko, Sakurai Tomo, Shiina Hekiru, Inoue Kikuko, Hisakawa Aya, Iwao Junko, Miyamura Yuko, others
    1996.06.24 Nagasaki Moe, Miyamura Yuko, Iwao Junko, Kusachi Fumie, Nogami Yukana, Kouda Mariko, Inoue Kikuko, Tominaga Miina, others
    1996.08.05 Nagai Nobuko, Sakurai Tomo, others
    1996.10.07 Sakurai Tomo, Nagasaki Moe, Iwao Junko
    1996.12.16 Sakurai Tomo, Inoue Kikuko, Miyamura Yuuko, Tange Sakura, Orikasa Ai, Nakagawa Akiko, Tominaga Miina
    1997.02.17 Shiina Hekiru, Sakurai Tomo
    1997.04.14 Nagasaki Moe
    1997.04.28 Nagasaki Moe, Sakurai Tomo, Shiratori Yuri, Kouda Mariko, others
    1997.06.09 Kouda Mariko, Nagasaki Moe, Nogami Yukana, Shiina Hekiru, others
    1997.06.16 Nagasaki Moe
    1997.08.11 Hayashibara Megumi, Kuribayashi Mie
    1997.10.13 Kouda Mariko, Tange Sakura
    1997.10.27 Sakurai Tomo
    1998.04.06 Nagai Nobuko
    1998.04.13 Nagai Nobuko
    1999.11.01 Hayashibara Megumi, Toyoshima Machiko, Kuribayashi Mie, Ohmori Reiko


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