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Marika Matsumoto

Marika Matsumoto.

Marika Matsumoto (松本まりか, Matsumoto Marika?) (born September 12, 1984), is a Japanese actress and voice actress. She voices Rikku in the Japanese version of Final Fantasy X and its sequels.

RolesEdit

Voice actingEdit

Game Character
Final Fantasy X Rikku
Final Fantasy X: Eternal Calm Rikku
Final Fantasy X-2 Rikku
Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission Rikku
Final Fantasy Type-0 Mutsuki Chiharano

Related gamesEdit

  • Kingdom Hearts II - Rikku

MusicEdit

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"Hadashi no Kiseki" by Marika Matsumoto
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Hadashi no Kiseki
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Matsumoto sings the vocal version of "Rikku's Theme" titled "Hadashi no Kiseki" (lit. "Barefoot Miracle"). The song is included in the single Final Fantasy X-2: Vocal Collection - Rikku.

BackgroundEdit

From 2001-2003, she was known as "Mini Stop-chan", acting as the mascot for the Mini Stop convenience store chain commercials in Japan. She is the owner of a unique voice and has held a recital with upcoming star Satoshi Tsumabuki. Since November 12, 2005, she has been on the A&G Radio Show: Anisupa! segment Anisupa Kōnin Akujo Queen. She voices Diancie in Pokemon.

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