Japanese voice-over artist

Yoshi is a professional Japanese voice-over artist based in New York.

Since arriving in New York from Nara, Japan, in 1990, Yoshi has been entertaining audiences as an actor, emcee, and samurai martial artist.

As a samurai artist, he was cast for the main role of the TV series, "Samurai Sportsman" (OLN, 2003) and invited as a guest for "The late night with Conan O'Brien" (NBC, 2004), Monday Night Football Promo.

On the other hand, he has been hosting a lot of events and game shows on TV in the US and Europe such as "Big In Japan" for Greece, Sweden, Denmark, and Portugal in 2008-2009, and “Japanizi Going Going Gong” (Disney XD) in 2013. He also has been emceeing the Brooklyn Botanic Garden Sakura Matsuri as well as Washington DC.

Yoshi also has been doing a lot of voice-over works for TV/Radio programs, commercials, and corporate videos, etc.

His voice is lively, deep, and authoritative.

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