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- I was quite surprised when I got the part. I was not sure if I'd done a great job at the audition, but thanks to the lessons I learned at Tokyo School of Anime, I was able to open up myself without getting nervous. On the day of recording, I performed with three scene partners. We had to fit our reading into a 20-second time frame and that was tough. I knew that would be a great learning opportunity for me, so I told myself not to get nervous. The studio had a friendly atmosphere and that helped me a lot. I'd love to have auditions whenever I have a chance. Tokyo School of Anime students can participate in in-school auditions while in their first year. I think it's very practical.
- I was terrible in my audition, so I couldn't believe it when the casting office called me and said "you've got the part."
I was nervous in the studio, but people were so nice and friendly. They helped me a lot. The director gave me many notes on my performance, and sometimes we had to do many takes.
It was not an easy day, but I had a lot of fun. Looking back now, I realize that what I've learned at Tokyo School of Anime is very professional and applicable to any audition. I will keep up my daily practice so that I can make my auditions successful.
- I was so nervous that I can't remember what I said at the audition. When they told me I got the part, I was surprised and excited. On the day of recording, I worried that I flubbed and caused trouble. So I went back to the basics and remembered what I learned from my teachers. I did my best, and it turned out great. My career as a voice actor has just started and I still have a lot to learn, but I'd love to keep practicing so that I can get a job in anime, narration and theater. My goal is to put my personal quality into any job I get.