My name is Sasuke. I am a graduate student, but one day I am transported through time into the Warring States period. However, this time period is completely different from what I learned in textbooks...
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Ikemen Sengoku: Toki o Kakeru ga Koi wa Hajimaranai - Tomokazu Sugita - Netflix
Tomokazu Sugita (杉田 智和, Sugita Tomokazu, born October 11, 1980 in Saitama Prefecture) is a Japanese voice actor employed by Atomic Monkey. Best known for his role as Gintoki in Gintama, he also voices Kyon in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Ragna the Bloodedge in Blazblue, Joseph Joestar in the 2012 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle, Yusuke Kitagawa in Persona 5 and Ultraman Ginga and Dark Lugiel in Ultraman Ginga. He is also one of the three hosts on the radio show Bururaji (BlueRadio) promoting the videogame Blazblue which is produced and released on Nico Nico Douga. Sugita also has his own podcast titled “アニゲラ！ディドゥーーン!!!” (Anigera! Didooon!!!) that he hosts with a rotating group of friends and guests. He plays the male lead, Yuichi Aizawa in Kanon. At the 33rd Anime Grand Prix, his voice character Gintoki Sakata won the most favorite male character which means Sugita's character roles consecutively won the most favorite male character in 2009 and 2010 Anime Grand Prix. Uniquely, those characters are from different anime: Kyon from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (2009) and Gintoki Sakata from Gintama (2010). Sugita and Yūichi Nakamura also work together in the Blazblue series as the protagonist Ragna and antagonist Hazama/Yūki Terumi respectively, he is known as Annalu Barreto’s favorite seiyuu. In 2010, he was part of a live-action film, Wonderful World, along with fellow voice actors, Mamoru Miyano, Tomokazu Seki, Rikiya Koyama, Yuka Hirata, Showtaro Morikubo, and Daisuke Namikawa. Sugita won the “Best Supporting Actor” Award in the third Seiyu Awards in 2009.
Ikemen Sengoku: Toki o Kakeru ga Koi wa Hajimaranai - Filmography - Netflix
Ikemen Sengoku: Toki o Kakeru ga Koi wa Hajimaranai - References - Netflix