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Kōji Tsujitani

Kōji Tsujitani (辻谷 耕史 Tsujitani Kōji, born April 26, 1962 in Kodaira, Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actor credited for voicing many anime and video game characters. Tsujitani is formerly affiliated with Sigma Seven. He is currently married with Kumiko Watanabe[1]


  • Voice work 1
    • Drama CDs 1.1
    • Anime CDs 1.2
  • External links 2
  • References 3

Voice work

Drama CDs

  • Kami-sama wa Ijiwaru Janai (Yuuya Hoshino)
  • Katsuai series 2: Bakuren (Yoshiki Takatou)
  • Koikina Yatsura 1 - 3 & side story (Mizuki Seo)
  • Mirage of Blaze series 2: Saiai no Anata he (Nobutsuna Naoe)
  • My Sexual Harassment series 1 (Youhei Fujita)
  • Okane ga nai series 3: Kawaige Nai (Misao Kuba)
  • Okane ga nai series 4: Okane ja Kaenai (Misao Kuba)
  • Pearl series 1: Ijiwaru na Pearl (Tomoaki Matsumiya)
  • Pearl series 2: Yokubari na Pearl (Tomoaki Matsumiya)
  • Pearl series 3: Wagamama na Pearl (Tomoaki Matsumiya)
  • Pearl series 4: Kimagure na Pearl (Tomoaki Matsumiya)

Anime CDs

External links


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