On the official voice actress site Minori Chihara (Currently not available), an update was published informing the definitive closure of the site, carried out on December 28 at 5:00 p.m. (Japan time). The press release wrote:
«Thank you for visiting the official website of Minori Chihara. This site will stop working at 5:00 PM on Tuesday, December 28, 2021. We would like to thank everyone who has used our services so far. For future updates we will inform you soon of the available means. In the meantime, for the latest information on Minori Chihara please visit her official Twitter account, while for inquiries go directly to HoriPro International».
This update has left fans confused, who fear that the voice actress will decide to completely leave her professional activities, given that Not only has its official page been closed, but its fan club has also been dissolved, its radio program has ended and its series of transmissions through the Japanese platform Niconico has ended.. Also, Chihara ended her solo singing career in April this year. It is also worth noting that Chihara has not played any new role since a minor participation in the anime. Super Cub, issued in Spring-2021 (April-June).
Minori Chihara was born on November 18, 1980 in Tochigi Prefecture in Japan. It debuted in the entertainment industry in 1992, currently being affiliated with the representation agency HoriPro International. As a solo singer, he made his debut in 2004 and concluded activities in 2021, signing to the end with the record label. Avex, previously going through King Records Y Lantis.
As a voice actress she is recognized for roles like Yuki Nagato in Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu, Mitsuki Nase en Kyoukai no Kanata, Chiaki Minami en Minami-ke, Miku Izayoi en Date A Live, Kagura Tsuchimiya en Tokyo ESP, Anastasia Nasuhara en Oniichan dakedo Ai sae Areba Kankeinai yo ne!, Minami Iwasaki en Lucky Star and Camie Utsushimi in Boku no Hero Academia, to name a few.
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