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Interest Ojamajo Doremi Voice Actress Chiemi Chiba Gets Married
posted on 2013-02-25 00:30 EST
Voice actress Chiemi Chiba announced on her blog on Monday that she had registered her marriage. Monday was also her 38th birthday. She adds that she is "training to be a mama" and asked for her fans' continued support.
Chiba is best known for voicing the title character in the magical girl anime Ojamajo Doremi. She also played Hinako in Sister Princess, Nanaka Kirisato in Nanaka 6/17, Temo Temo in Gokujō!! Mecha Mote Iinchō, Marika in Marie & Gali, and Benio Shinada in Star Driver.
[Via Hachima Kikō]
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