A school comedy taking place in Tokyo in 2034. Copihan is a joint project of Gonzo and Kei, the illustrator of the manga version of Copihan who is best known for Hatsune Miku.

Copihan - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 6 minutes

Premier: 2011-08-11

Copihan - Tetsuya Kakihara - Netflix

Tetsuya Kakihara (柿原 徹也, Kakihara Tetsuya, born December 24, 1982 in Düsseldorf, West Germany) is a German-born Japanese voice actor and singer. Previously affiliated with 81 Produce, he became a freelancer as of June 2013. He set up his own agency, Zynchro, in July 2014. Since 2010, Kakihara has been affiliated with Kiramune, a music label by Bandai Visual and Lantis, where he debuted as a singer with his first mini album, Still on Journey. His first single, “String of Pain”, released on February 6, 2013, is the ending theme song to the anime Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East in which he also voices the main role of Shino Inuzuka. He has released four mini albums, and three singles. His third single, “咲いちゃいな (Saichaina)”, was released on April 15, 2015. Kakihara is well-known for voicing roles as young boys with a fiery personality, like Natsu Dragneel from the anime Fairy Tail. In games and drama CDs, he plays teenagers/mature roles, in which he employs his soft, sweet and mysterious voice, in otome games like Shin from the PSP game series Amnesia. Like other Japanese male voice actors, he is also active in BL (boys' love) Drama CDs and anime, and usually plays the uke part, like Akihito from Finder Series, a work of popular boys love manga artist Ayano Yamane.

Copihan - Voice acting career and awards - Netflix

Before wanting to become a voice actor, Kakihara had always longed to live in Japan. He was fascinated by its entertainment culture; he thought Japan had funny TV shows, and he has loved to read manga and watch anime since he was little. So with that in mind, he set off toward his goal to become a voice actor. In 2001, at the age of 18, Kakihara went to the Amusement Media Academy (a vocational school for voice actors and artists) to study voice acting. At first, it was not a smooth road for him to get in, as the school was surprised he actually came all the way from Germany after receiving a prompt email from him 3 days prior. Kakihara sincerely requested the school to accept his application, and when they officially accepted him, he found temporarily housing at a friend's house. While he attended voice acting courses, worked part-time jobs, and also improved his Japanese through part-time school, he debuted as a professional voice actor in 2003. In 2007, at the First Seiyu Awards ceremony in Japan, he received the 'Best Male Newcomer/Rookie' award for his nominated role of Yutaka Mikoto in Princess Princess.

Copihan - References - Netflix