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  1. Voice acting in Japan is an industry where actors provide voice-overs as characters or narrators in media including anime, video games, audio dramas, commercials, and dubbing for non-Japanese films and television programs. In Japan, voice actors and actresses have devoted fan clubs due to a crossover with the idol industry, and some fans may watch ...

    • Rename to "Voice Acting in Japan" Or Some Such
    • Attempted Deletion
    • List of Female Seyuu Is Too Long
    • Seyuu Who Switched Careers
    • Actors and Seyuu Section
    • Removing "Seiyu" from Other Articles?
    • Non Notability
    • External Links Modified

    This article must be renamed to a title in English, such as "Voice acting in Japan". I have read the archived discussion for the previous merge proposal with "voice actor" (which, note, is notwhat is being proposing here). Apart from that "poll" appearing to be roughly a tie (or even in favor of the merge), the arguments for keeping "seyu" that were given there are pretty weak: 1. "Seiyuu is part of the otaku subculture and not a simple voice actor", "completely different dimension", etc.: The special qualities of a seiyū are at best very subtle, and in any case he still falls squarely within the definition of a "voice actor". Indeed there seems to be no difference whatsoever between the terms "seyū" and "Japanese voice actor". 2. "Seiyuu has particular 'ranks's": Same as above. Every profession has country-specific peculiarities, but that is no reason to use foreign names for foreign professionals. The fact that the profession of voice actor in Japan has its peculairities does not...

    OK so I noticed that the attempt to delete this article has been blocked, though mostly because I didn't go through the right channels or do the right things concerning AfD policy, which I accept. No argument from me here. However, it's still obvious to me that there is still some resistance to the reason for this article. Maybe it doesn't deserve deletion, but the posts below--and the people who wrote it--still have questions about it. So what can be done? A move request? Some other kind of vote? Anyone got some kind of suggestion? I mean, just because *I* made some bad moves regarding the deletion process doesn't mean that this article fits Wikipedia's guidelines. Drawing attention to me away from the article is only an Ad hominem fallacy. Take me out of the picture and the problems with this article (unsourced and doesn't fit Wikipedia's guidelines for Japanese articles) still exist. So... anyone got any ideas? At least counters to EVERY single point against this article, as list...

    The lead section says: "Popular seiyū, especially female ones such as Kikuko Inoue, Megumi Hayashibara, Aya Hirano, Aya Hisakawa, Nana Mizuki, Paku Romi and Kugimiya Rie, often have devoted international fanclubs." This list is a bit too long for a simple "such as". Would someone pick two or three representative ones? All the best, --Jorge Stolfi (talk) 02:37, 6 February 2010 (UTC) 1. I would suggest that Inoue, Hayashibara, Hirano and either Park or Kugimiya (I lean towards Kugimiya) would make a good list. That gives you two older and two more recent ones, all of which are well known. If four is too many I would drop Hirano as the others have a broader range of roles. Hirano is mostly well known for one particular role rather then a range of works, compared to the others at least.Dandy Sephy (talk) 11:02, 6 February 2010 (UTC) 2. Can't believe that Nana Mizuki was ommitted from any reference here...when she's the most successful and popular female voice actress. She's considered t...

    The lead section says, "Some Japanese voice actors have capitalized on their fame to became singers, and many others became live movie or television actors." This claim deserves either a reference, or at least one example from each category (wikilinked to the respective articles). All the best, --Jorge Stolfi (talk) 02:37, 6 February 2010 (UTC)

    The "Actors and seyuu" section should be merged into the "History" section. (I cannot figure out the dates of the events so I cannot do it myself.) All the best, --Jorge Stolfi (talk) 02:37, 6 February 2010 (UTC)

    I've noticed that many articles still link to this article using the term "seiyu", and many other articles use the word "seiyu" instead of voice actor. Would it be appropriate to go through each article and rewrite them to remove all instances of "seiyu" (UNLESS the word "seiyu" is specifically appropriate, such as when used like "the Japanese word for 'voice actor' is 'seiyu")? What's the policy here? - 66.92.0.61 (talk) 07:11, 2 April 2010 (UTC) 1. Yes, I think it would be appropriate, as we have the perfectly good and widely understood term "voice actor" in English. --DAJF (talk) 08:26, 2 April 2010 (UTC) 1. 1.1. I wonder if it would be a good idea to fix every other page that links to "seiyu"? - 85.234.144.145 (talk) 01:48, 9 April 2010 (UTC)

    This article is completely unsourced bar a few unreadable fan sources, and has been for years.This article is filled with original research, and very little is verifiable. 'In Japan there are around one hundred and thirty voice-acting schools.'So? There are acting and voice acting schools across the globe. 'Some fans may watch a show merely to hear a particular seiyū' And? There are people all over the globe who watch certain movies and TV shows in order to see or hear their favourite actor/voice actor. There is no way to tell if this is verifiable, even though it is cited, as it is impossible to tell if this info is accurate. And since it appears to be a fan magazine, it probably doesn't count as being an accurate, verifiable source. 'Conversely, the Japanese term seiyū is commonly used among English-speaking anime and game fans for Japanese voice actors.'Any proof of this? The statement screams original research. This unverifable claim sums up this page in a nutshell: it was creat...

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    • Why Gn-Sn and Sn-Gn?
    • Tempted to Vandalize This One
    • End of Intro Nonsensical
    • Making Sense of The Lists
    • Merge with Voice actor?
    • Organized Listing
    • Move List to List of Seiyū?
    • No Move
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    • Removing "Inuse" Tag

    I'm Japanese seiyuu fan. I have a question. Why family name - first name and first name - family name are mixed? (For example, "Mitsuishi Kotono", "Mitsuishi" is her family name, "kotono" is her first name. But, "Yuuji Ueda", "Yuuji" is his first name, "Ueda" is his family name.) I'm sorry for my poor English, but please understand. Thank you. 1. Unforunately, we don't have a convention about the order of name of Japanese people. That is why. -- Taku04:54, 7 Sep 2003 (UTC) Thank you for your response. I see. That is, if "Mitsuishi Kotono" is introduced as "Kotono Mitsuishi", she is known as "Kotono Mitsuishi", right? 1. If someone knows the proper format of a name, all that would have to be done is to post a REDIRECT command to the existing article. For example, I know of a childrens author who went by Taro Yashima (and had a daughter named Momo Yashima). If an article existed under either name, one could create a new page under the reverted name and post a REDIRECT command there to...

    I really want to change "Some fans are divided over if a particular seiyū has "perfected" a certain voice type (e.g. the ditsy schoolgirl, the deep-voiced loner). This can lead to speculation as to whether these seiyū have become typecast." to add "These fans need to find a new hobby." —Preceding unsigned comment added by 66.108.105.34 (talk • contribs) 1. Thank you for your restraint, and we understand the impulse. DenisMoskowitz02:43, 25 January 2006 (UTC)

    There appear to be some words missing in the last paragraph of the introduction, as it makes no grammatical sense. Can anyone tell what it's supposed to be saying? 1. It took me a little while, but I think I figured out what they were going for. Recury06:33, 12 Dec 2004 (UTC)]

    Is it possible, or would someone like to undertake an effort to go through the individual seiyuu pages and alpha by character or series? It seems to me that this would make more sense and make it easier to read. --Martin Osterman16:31, 28 Mar 2005 (UTC)

    I think that this page should not be merged with Voice actor (and just removed a request to do so). The circumstances of being a Seiyu and those of being a non-anime voice actor are different enough to warrant a separate article. (We may want to add more details on those differences to this article.) DenisMoskowitz15:25, 2005 Apr 27 (UTC) 1. This needs to be brought up in an RfC more than anything else. I do disagree with the idea of a merge, but I think that we need to make sure that community consensus is taken care of on this one. --Martin Osterman16:21, 27 Apr 2005 (UTC) 1. 1.1. I do believe a merge is in order. I'd rather see this page as an extension to the voice actor page, as the difference between the topics is extremely small. A Japanese voice actor is still a voice actor. 1.1.1. Previous was by 84.240.67.34 1. I reject the merging, a seiyuu is part of the otaku subculture, and ísn´t a simple voice actor.--Taichi30 June 2005 04:45 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Ah, but as far as I have gat...

    I've organized the listing into alphabetical order to be as broad and wide-reaching as possible, with characters each seiyuu might be recognized at. Hopefully, this will assist in making Wikipedia an easier place to access information. :) Danny Lilithborne01:10, 23 October 2005 (UTC) 1. I already sorted them into alphabetical order by family name.. why have you put them in order by given name? Shiroi Hane 07:24, 23 October 2005 (UTC) 1.1. It's complicated, but the short story is that Japanese write names with the surname first anyway. I didn't want to make the list difficult to read. Danny Lilithborne 08:39, 23 October 2005 (UTC) 1.1.1. It's not that complicated and I do understand Japanese name order, however all the names on this page are written in western order; e.g. "Ai Orikasa" - Ai is her given name, Orikasa her family name. If you open her own article you'll find it even states "Ai Orikasa (折笠 愛 Orikasa Ai)" Shiroi Hane 09:06, 23 October 2005 (UTC) 1.1.1.1. I know that. It's...

    This page has a nice article at the beginning of it, and then a big list of seiyu. We also have another page at List of seiyū, which doesn't include character names. Is there any reason not to take the list from this page and merge its data into the List of seiyū page? That would make this article more manageable, and we'd avoid duplication of data. DenisMoskowitz14:48, 24 October 2005 (UTC) 1. It certaintly seems odd to have two lists of Seiyuu. This page states that it lists 'notable' Seiyuu.. but how do you decide whether someone is 'notable' ot not anyway? 1.1. The other page seems to only list seiyuu with wikipedia pages, which would imply there notability anyway. DenisMoskowitz13:20, 29 October 2005 (UTC) I actually think this would be a very good idea. It's redundant and a pain to have to keep track of two different lists that are covering basically the same thing. --nihon07:34, 20 December 2005 (UTC) 1. Agreed. Let's merge. I'll wait until tomorrow and do the deed unless som...

    Instead of constantly trying to move articles, why not try to expand them. If there is inadequate material, just write about it. I am serriously getting tried of "move" on anything spesific to japan. Next thing you know people will try to merge Sake with Alcohol. Merge of Seiyū and voice actor is a bad idea. Articles that stay independent as stubs have room to expand. Seiyū is notable on its own. --Cool CatTalk|@17:56, 24 February 2006 (UTC) 1. Look at it from the perspective of the non-anime fan (e.g., me). Why should every topic one can think of have a duplicate article that basically says "this is how this particular thing is different in Japan"? It is by and large only the Japan-related articles that get this special treatment, and it's annoying. Don't get me wrong, I'm a Japanophile sure enough. But when many, many good editors are constantly working to counter systemic bias by writing articles with a worldwide perspective, others decide to split topics up based on language or...

    Moved discussion to Talk:Voice actor, which will hopefully bring this possible merger to a wider audience. — BrianSmithson17:18, 12 March 2006 (UTC)

    This page has been marked "inuse" for two weeks now. I'm removing the "inuse" tag, as it was never intended to be applied for more than a day or so. Kelly Martin (talk) 15:19, 26 March 2006 (UTC) cre

  2. Voice acting in Japan is an industry where actors provide voice-overs as characters or narrators in media including anime, video games, audio dramas, commercials, and dubbing for non-Japanese films and television programs.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Voice_actingVoice acting - Wikipedia

    Japan has approximately 130 voice acting schools and troupes of voice actors who usually work for a specific broadcast company or talent agency. They often attract their own appreciators and fans, who watch shows specifically to hear their favorite performer.

  4. In Japan, voice actors and actresses have devoted fan clubs due to a crossover with the idol industry, and some fans may watch a show merely to hear a particular voice actor. Many voice actors have concurrent singing careers and have also crossed over to live-action media. There are around 130 voice acting schools in Japan.

  5. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Kōichi Yamadera (山寺 宏一, Yamadera Kōichi, born June 17, 1961) is a Japanese actor, voice actor, narrator and singer from Shiogama, Miyagi Prefecture. He graduated from Tohoku Gakuin University 's economics school and is currently affiliated with Across Entertainment.

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