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Mayuko Aoki

Mayuko Aoki.

Mayuko Aoki (青木 麻由子, Aoki Mayuko?) (born December 17, 1975 in Kōchi, Japan), is a Japanese voice actress who has worked on several anime and video game productions. She voices Yuna from Final Fantasy X and its sequels, and also Seven from Final Fantasy Type-0. She also did motion captures for Yuna, Rinoa Heartilly and Edea Kramer from Final Fantasy VIII as well as Princess Garnet from Final Fantasy IX and Tifa Lockhart in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.

RolesEdit

Voice actingEdit

Title Character Release
Final Fantasy X Yuna 2001
Final Fantasy X: Eternal Calm Yuna 2001
Final Fantasy X-2 Yuna 2003
Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission Yuna 2004
Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII- Female Shotgun Turk 2004
Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Yuna 2011
Final Fantasy Type-0 Seven 2011
Final Fantasy X -Will- Yuna 2013
Final Fantasy Agito Seven 2014
World of Final Fantasy Yuna 2016

Related gamesEdit

  • Kingdom Hearts - Selphie Tilmitt
  • Kingdom Hearts II - Selphie Tilmitt, Yuna

Motion capturesEdit

Title Character Release
Final Fantasy VIII Rinoa Heartilly, Edea Kramer, Library Girl 1999
Final Fantasy IX Garnet Til Alexandros XVII 2000
Final Fantasy X Yuna 2001
Final Fantasy X: Eternal Calm Yuna 2001
Final Fantasy X-2 Yuna 2003
Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission Yuna 2004
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Tifa Lockhart 2005

MusicEdit

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"Morning Glow"
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Morning Glow
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Aoki sang the vocalized arrangement of "KUON: Memories of Waves and Light", called "Morning Glow". It was released with the single Final Fantasy X-2: Vocal Collection - Yuna.

She also sang the vocalized versions of "Hymn of the Fayth" titled "feel", and "Yuna's Ballad" titled "Kimi he" (君へ。, To You?).

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