Haruka Tomatsu, the voice of Asuna, celebrates her birthday

Haruka Tomatsu, the voice of Asuna, celebrates her birthday

On February 4 in Japan, actress, voice actress, and singer Haruka Tomatsu celebrated her thirty-first birthday. The renowned artist does not have social networks, but she shared a special message through her personal blog: «I know it is a private matter, but today February 4 is my birthday. Thank you very much for all the congratulatory messages from her! Now I'm 31 years old, I still haven't gotten used to that number, but I'm so grateful to be able to celebrate my birthday with all of you. My seniors told me that thirty passes faster than twenty, and they were quite right. It seems that it was yesterday when it turned only thirty years! ».

Haruka Tomatsu, the voice of Asuna, celebrates her birthday

On the other hand, Haruka Tomatsu was born on February 4, 1990 in Acihi Prefecture, and began her professional career in 2004, being affiliated with the Music Ray'n representation agency and the Sony Music Entertainment Japan record label. As a voice actress, she has stood out in multiple leading roles, such as Asuna in Sword Art Online, Mileina Vashti in Mobile Suit Gundam, Aoba Tsukishima in Cross Game, Saki Lala Satalin Deviluke in To-LOVE Ru, Minamoto no Raikou in Fate / Grand Order, Zero Two in Darling in the FranXX and Haru Okumura in Persona 5, just to mention a few of their performances.

Her solo singing career debuted in 2008 with the song "Naissance" which was used as the ending theme for the live-action series Here Is Greenwood. Her second single, “Motto Hade ni Ne” was used as the opening theme for the Kannagi anime and since then she has had seven studio albums and a large number of single under her name.

Source: Personal Blog

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