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TOP10 Anime Singer (Not From Music Genre)

Everyone has their own favorite singer, but is there one you cherish is someone from anime character (seiyuu)? Let’s take a look at TOP 10 anime singer not from music genre:

 Tomoyo Daidouji – Card Captor Sakura

Tomoyo Daidouji (大道寺 知世 Daidōji Tomoyo) is a fictional, major supporting character in Clamp’s anime and manga series Cardcaptor Sakura and Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle. She is the best friend of the series’ protagonist, Sakura Kinomoto, and her second cousin on their mothers’ side.

The daughter of the president of Daidouji Toy Company, Sonomi Daidouji, Tomoyo lives a life of wealth and is watched over by a team of female bodyguards. She has access to a variety of prototype technological gadgets from her mother’s company, and supplies Sakura and Cerberus with different communication devices throughout the series.

She is depicted as being mature, kindhearted, intelligent, and regularly speaking using more formal verb conjugations and expressions than normally seen in elementary students. She is a talented singer, and is shown performing in various school events. In the anime, her musical ability causes her to be targeted by both the Voice and Song cards.

Brook – One Piece

“Soul King” Brook is the musician of the Straw Hat Pirates. He is the ninth member of the Straw Hat crew, and the ninth to join Luffy’s crew, as well as being the oldest member on board.

Brook is a skeleton that the Straw Hats found on board of a ghost ship after drifting into the Florian Triangle. He is a Devil Fruit user who ate the Yomi Yomi no Mi, and is undead, having been brought back into a pseudo-immortal state because of its powers.

He is the ninth member of the Straw Hat crew, and the ninth to join Luffy’s crew, as well as being the oldest member on board. He sing two know song, New World, the song he perform after timeskip and Bink’s Sake the song that he perform with his friends the rumbar pirate.

Sakura – Tsubasa Chronicles

Princess Sakura, later known as Clone Sakura or Sakura Li is a protagonist in Clamp’s crossover series, Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE and xxxHolic. Her character is similar in looks and personality to her Cardcaptor Sakura counterpart. Tsubasa Chronicle takes on a new story with new histories for each of its characters.

Lala – D Gray Man

Lala (ララ, Rara) is a puppet who was given life by a shard of Innocence. She lived in the small, abandoned seaside town of Mater for over five hundred years and came to be known as the “Ghost of Mater”

Lala asks Guzol if he wants to request a song, Guzol tells Lala he loves her and dies. Assuming he has simply gone to sleep, Lala sings a lullaby. Three days after she starts singing, Lala finally breaks down. The lullaby that she sang is called “Lacrimosa” or “Lala’s Lullaby”

Athena – Aria The Animation

One of Neo-Venezia’s Three Water Fairies, known by the title “Siren” (天上の謳声 Tenjō no Utagoe, lit. “Heavenly Voice”) for her beautiful singing voice. She is Alice’s mentor at Orange Planet. She is quiet most of the time and often appears to be an airhead who does not pay attention to her surroundings but she genuinely cares about Alice.

Athena has a strange laugh that comes out sounding as though she is angry. She was a trainee undine with Alicia and Akira, and joined them in joint practice sessions much like Akari, Aika, and Alice do now. At the conclusion of the series, Athena semi-retires from being an undine in order to debut as an opera singer.

Ikaros – Sora no Otoshimono

Ikaros falls from a Synapse portal to Earth, is rescued by Tomoki, and “imprints” with him. She says she is a pet-class Angeloid type Alpha and is called Ikaros, and also says she will fulfill all the desires of her master, Tomoki.

Ikaros has a great singing voice, which was confirmed when she sang the song “Fallen Down” in Episode 10 of the anime.

Eucliwood Hellscythe – Kore wa Zombie Desuka

Eucliwood Hellscythe (ユークリウッド・ヘルサイズ, Yūkuriuddo Herusaizu), more commonly known as Eu (ユー, Yuu), is a necromancer who was first seen in the streets of Tokyo. Because of the uncontrollable nature of her powers as a necromancer, she communicates without using facial expressions or spoken words, only “speaking” to others by writing on a note pad

With help from her friend, Yuu can use his voice for a moment, at this momment she sing Sugao that make all people around her spellbound.

Hanato Kobato – Kobato

Girl who is from “another world”. The long war between the “Other world/Spirit World” and “Heaven” caused a crack to form in the barrier between heaven and the living world, causing a hole to appear.

She has a very beautiful voice, so much that people dragged her away so she could sing on a stage.

Inori Yuzuhira – Guilty Crown

Inori Yuzuriha is one of the main protagonists of the anime Guilty Crown and a member of the resistance guerrilla group called “Funeral Parlor”. She is also the voice of the internet artist Egoist who sings to release her emotions.

At some point in the anime, Inori stands on the top of the radar building in the airport and sings “Departures”, and the lights that stand over the building cure the people affected with the crystal cancer.

 Haruhi Suzumiya – Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya)

Haruhi Suzumiya (涼宮ハルヒ Suzumiya Haruhi) is the founding member of the SOS Brigade with the purpose of finding aliens, time travelers and espers. She is noted as smart, athletic, and naturally talented in any extra-curricular activities. She once joined every activity club in her school and quit because she found them boring, despite pleas by the club members for her membership.

Her musical talent was highlighted when she stood in as the emergency lead singer and guitarist, along with Yuki, for the band ENOZ during the school festival. God knows… is a song by ENOZ that Haruhi Suzumiya sang at the Cultural Festival in Live Alive. This song become very famous after this anime aired.

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    Reimon Handoko

    Otakurei Admin, Gamer, Cosplay n Toy Photographer, Writer, Youtuber, F.A.G Collector, & Fat Otaku For Hire!
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