“Seiyu no Honne” (Honest Thoughts of Voice Actors), a talk show in which the legendary voice actors express their hidden honest thoughts, will be streamed live on the on the Family Gekijou Official YouTube Channel and their video streaming service “Family Gekijou Club”.
Prior to the broadcast, we have received comments from the participants, Kamiya Akira, Chiba Shigeru, Shimamoto Sumi, Mitsuya Yuuji, Inoue Kazuhiko, and Horiuchi Kenyuu.
“Seiyu no Honne” is a talk show where the voice actors express their honest thoughts with their friends while having a drink, letting us see their personal lives, and find out new things about them.
The first episode on Oct. 23 will feature Kamiya Akira, who played Saeba Ryou in “City Hunter”, and Chiba Shigeru, who played Buggy in “One Piece”. The second episode on Nov. 7 will feature Shimamoto Sumi, who played Nausicaä in “Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind”, and Mitsuya Yuuji, who played Uesugi Tatsuya in “Touch”. And the third episode on Nov. 21 will feature Inoue Kazuhiko, who played Nyanko-sensei/Madara in “Natsume’s Book of Friends”, and Horiuchi Kenyuu, who played lieutenant colonel Yuuki.
“Seiyu no Honne” will be broadcast live on the Family Gekijou official YouTube channel and their video streaming service “Family Gekijou Club”. Also on “Family Gekijou Club”, there will be an exclusive live stream of “overtime talk” for 30 minutes after the 60 minutes of live streaming.
The popular voice actors have a history. Don’t miss out on the legendary voice actors talking about the past, future, and their “truly honest thoughts”.
I can’t wait to see what stories come out!
I’m so excited to talk to my great senpai, Kamiya Akira-san, over some drinks in this program. Please look forward to hearing our honest thoughts! ( ^ω^)
Mitsuya-san debuted before I did, but we’re the same age! I’m looking forward to asking him about his debut and other things. But I am a bit worried that this is a live broadcast…
I’ve been honest to myself my whole life, so I like to say whatever is on my mind. Shimamoto-san and I are good friends, so I might say things that I shouldn’t. Please stay tuned!
Honest thoughts? I guess I haven’t expressed them that much. We actors have to be careful about what we say. Is it okay? Really? I’ll spill my guts! As long as it doesn’t become an issue, haha. I’m so excited!
I can’t believe it’s been almost 40 years since my debut as a voice actor. I’ve meant many masters and learned a lot from them. Voice actors today get much attention and are active in various fields. I’ll be talking about the past and present of this world I’ve been living in, and how difficult it is to stay in it. I hope I can convey to you some of what I have experienced.