Tomoko Kaneda

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Tomoko Kaneda (金田 朋子 Kaneda Tomoko?, born May 29, 1975) is a Japanese voice actress, J-Pop singer, and radio personality who was born in Yokohama, Japan. She had worked at Aoni Production for 11 years, and had worked at freelance since April 2011, and it was announced to belong to Across Entertainment in August 2011. She graduated from Department of Architecture, Kanto Gakuin University. She is a member of the voice acting unit Drops, which included fellow voice actors Mariko Kōda, Akemi Kanda, Ai Nonaka and Ryōko Shiraishi, and of the voice acting unit SD-Children along with Miyu Matsuki.

Her cast is usually that of the young child, due to her high-pitched voice.[1] It has been reported that her voice is capable of producing sounds at a frequency beyond that of human hearing.[2] She says in her blog's introduction, "My voice hardly changes even if I breathe in the Dutch gas." Her height was 146 cm (4.79ft), when she was 29 years old.[3] However, when she became 37 years old, her height was 150 cm(4.92ft).[4]

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