Kazuya Nakai

Kazuya Nakai (中井 和哉 Nakai Kazuya, born November 25, 1967) is a Japanese voice actor who was born in Kobe, Japan. He is affiliated with Aoni Production. His most notable role is Roronoa Zoro in the anime series One Piece. Other major voice roles include Toshiro Hijikata from Gintama, Date Masamune from Sengoku Basara, Mugen from Samurai Champloo, and Ultraman Max in Ultraman Max. He won a Best Supporting Actor award at the 5th Seiyu Awards in 2011 for his roles in One Piece and Gin Tama.[2]

Kazuya Nakai
Native name
中井 和哉
BornNovember 25, 1967 (age 51)
OccupationVoice actor
Years active1995–present
AgentAoni Production
Notable credit(s)
One Piece as Roronoa Zoro
Gintama as Toshiro Hijikata
Sengoku Basara as Date Masamune
Dynasty Warriors as Xiahou Dun

Filmography

Anime

List of voice performances in anime
Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
1996 After War Gundam X Witz Sou Debut role [3]
1998 Blue Submarine No. 6 Captain of the Shang [3]
1999 Angel Links Sergei [3]
1999–present One Piece Roronoa Zoro, Pierre, Charlotte Nusstorte [3]
2001 Hellsing Jan Valentine TV series [3]
2002 Ultimate Muscle Hanzou [3]
2002 Ai Yori Aoshi Suzuki [3]
2003 Scrapped Princess Galil, Socom [3]
2003 Battle Programmer Shirase Akira Shirase [3]
2004 Ragnarok the Animation Iruga [3]
2004 Samurai Champloo Mugen
2004 Samurai Gun Matsuzaki Shunkai [3]
2004 Grenadier Yajiro Kojima
2005 Trinity Blood Tres Iqus [3]
2005 Noein Karasu, Noein
2006–18 Gintama Toshiro Hijikata [3]
2006–10 xxxHolic series Shizuka Dômeki [4]
2006 Jyu Oh Sei Zagi
2006 Death Note Kanzo Mogi [3]
2006 Hataraki Man Fumiya Sugawara
2007 Nodame Cantabile Kozou Etou
2008 Blade of the Immortal Taito Magatsu [5]
2008 Naruto Shippuden Kazuma
2009 Samurai Harem: Asu no Yoichi Ryo Washizu [3]
2009 Asura Cryin' Takaya Kagakagari Also 2nd series [6]
2009–10 Sengoku Basara: Samurai Kings series Date Masamune Also Sengoku Basara II [3][7]
2009 First Love Limited Gengorou Takei [3]
2009–10 Kiddy Girl-and Torch [3]
2009 Dogs: Bullets & Carnage Melvin Scrooge [8]
2009 Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Major Miles [9]
2011 Blue Exorcist Ryuji Suguro [3][10]
2011 Fate/Prototype Lancer OVA [3]
2012 Brave 10 Nezu Jinpachi [11]
2012 Initial D Fifth Stage Ryuji Ikeda [11]
2012–15 Kuroko's Basketball Shōichi Imayoshi [12]
2012 Ixion Saga DT Sainglain [13]
2013 Bakumatsu Gijinden Roman Roman [14]
2013 Danganronpa: The Animation Mondo Owada
2013 Toriko Roronoa Zoro Ep. 99[a] [3]
2013 Ghost in the Shell: Arise Borma OVA [15]
2014 Space Dandy Dolph Ep. 10 [16]
2014 Nobunaga The Fool Alexander [16]
2014 Magical Warfare Kippei Washizu [17]
2014 Broken Blade General Borcuse [18]
2014 Hero Bank Fukuta Kanemaru [19]
2014 Aldnoah.Zero Koichirō Marito [20]
2014 Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement Date Masamune
2015 Death Parade Takashi [21]
2015 Blood Blockade Battlefront Zapp Renfro 2nd Season in 2017 [22]
2015 Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Alternative Architecture Borma TV series
2015 God Eater Soma Schicksal [23]
2016 Joker Game Fukumoto [24]
2016 Girlish Number Kuzu-P [25]
2016 Dragon Ball Super Tagoma [26]
2017 All Out!! Renpei Sakura [27]
2017 Rin-ne Wandering Power Stone Ep. 57
2017 Altair: A Record of Battles Balaban [28]
2017 Elegant Yokai Apartment Life Akira Fukase [29]
2018 Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Urashiki Ōtsutsuki
2018 That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Laplace [30]
2018 Gakuen Basara Date Masamune [31]
2019 Fire Force Akitaru Ōbi [32]

Films

List of voice performances in feature films
Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
1995 Sailor Moon Super S: The Movie Oranja [3]
2000–16 One Piece films Roronoa Zoro
2010 Bleach: Hell Verse Kokuto [33]
2012 Rainbow Fireflies Kenzo (adult) [34]
2013 Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya Toshiro Hijikata [35]
2013 Persona 3 The Movie: No. 1, Spring of Birth Shinjiro Aragaki [36]
2014 Persona 3 The Movie: No. 2, Midsummer Knight's Dream Shinjiro Aragaki [37]
2015 Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' Tagoma [38]
2015 Ghost in the Shell: The Movie Borma [39][40]
2017 The Night Is Short, Walk on Girl Seitarō Higuchi [41]
2017 Haikara-san ga Tōru Shingo Onijima [42]
2017 Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters Halu-Elu Dolu-do [43]
2018 Bungo Stray Dogs: DEAD APPLE Tatsuhiko Shibusawa [44]
2017 DC Super Heroes vs. Eagle Talon Aquaman [45]
2018 Mobile Suit Gundam Narrative [46]

Video games

List of voice performances in video games
Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
1996 Meltylancer: Ginga Shoujo Keisatu 2086 Brass, Grianos Sega Saturn [3]
1997 Dynasty Warriors series Xiahou Dun, Dian Wei
1997 Sparkling Feather Garnet PC FX [3]
1997 Langrisser IV Cleones, Bruno, Rivers Sega Saturn [3]
1997 Saturn Bomberman Fight!! Denta Sega Saturn [3]
2001 Final Fantasy X Wakka PS2 [3]
2003 Final Fantasy X-2 Wakka PS2 [3]
2005 Sengoku Basara series Date Masamune [3][47]
2006 Persona 3 Shinjiro Aragaki PS2
2006–08 Tokimeki Memorial Girl's Side: 2nd Kiss Katsumi Shiba PS2, Also Second season for NDS [3]
2006 Gundam Battle Royale Eigar PSP [3]
2006 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood Jonathan (child) PS2 [3]
2007 Shining Wind Hyoun PS2 [3]
2009 Garnet Chronicle Henson PSP [3]
2010 Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Mondo Owada PSP, iOS, Android, PSVita, PC, PS4
2010 God Eater series Soma [23]
2010 .hack//Link Orgel PSP [48]
2011 Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Gilgamesh PSP
2012 Fate Holy Grail Hot Springs War Lancer [3]
2013 Shining Ark Adam PSP
2014 Hero Bank Fukuta Kanemaru [19]
2015 Yakuza 0 Yamagata PS4, PS3, PC
2015 Granblue Fantasy Eustace iOS, Android, Browser
2016 World of Final Fantasy Gilgamesh PS4, Vita, PC
2016 Onmyōji Kuromujō iOS, Android
2017 Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia Raijin, Wakka, Gilgamesh iOS, Android
2017 Akane-sasu Sekai de Kimi to Utau Oda Nobunaga iOS, Android

Drama CDs

List of voice performances in audio dramas
Series Role Notes Source[1]
Double Call [3]
D-Xhird Schneider [3]
Gekkan Tokimeki Memorial 13 [3]
Fate/Prototype: Christmas Murder Case Lancer [3]
Megami Ibunroku Persona Kido Reiji [3]
Persona 3 character drama CD vol 3 [3]
Ragnarok the Animation Iruga [3]
Tokimeki Memorial Love Song wo Kimi ni Atsushi Kudou [3]

Tokusatsu

List of voice performances in tokusatsu
Year Series Role Notes Source[1]
1996 Ultraman World UltraSuper Ranking Ultraseven
2004 Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger Igaroid, Gedoian Uniga eps. 7-8, 12, 25, 30, 34 (Igaroid), 49-50 (Gedonian Uniga)
2004 Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger The Movie: Full Blast Action Igaroid Movie
2005 Kamen Rider Hibiki Narration
2005 Ultraman Max Ultraman Max
2008 Engine Sentai Go-onger Hiramechimedes/Detaramedes/Urameshimedes eps. 15-23 (Hiramechimedes), 23 (Detaramedes), 24 (Urameshimedes)
2008 Engine Sentai Go-onger It's a Seminar! Everyone GO-ON!! Kokorootomedes Original DVD
2010 Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider The Movie: Cho-Den-O Trilogy Piggies Imagin (Eldest Son) (Voiced by Kousuke Toriumi (Second Son), Tetsuya Kakihara (Third Son)) Movie
2015 Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger 10 Years After Igaroid Movie
2017 Uchuu Sentai Kyuranger Garu/Ookami Blue eps. 1-6, 8-9, 12-14 16-18, 22-,(Ookami Blue) [49]
2017 Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Ultra Super Hero Taisen Garu/Ookami Blue Movie
2017 Uchu Sentai Kyuranger the Movie: Gase Indaver Strikes Back Garu/Ookami Blue Movie

Dubbing

List of dub performances in overseas productions
Series Role Voice dub for / Notes Source[1]
Annie William "Will" Stacks Jamie Foxx
Black Panther W'Kabi Daniel Kaluuya [50]
Blue Bloods Danny Reagan Donnie Wahlberg
The Bourne Legacy Aaron Cross Jeremy Renner
Gods of Egypt Thoth Chadwick Boseman [51]
Las Vegas Danny McCoy Josh Duhamel
Legends of Tomorrow Rip Hunter Arthur Darvill [52]
My Little Eye Travis Patterson Bradley Cooper [53]
Resident Evil: Afterlife Angel Ortiz Sergio Peris-Mencheta [54]
The Thieves Johnny Derek Tsang

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Notes

  1. ^ Toriko episode 99, "Run, Strongest Army! Toriko, Luffy, Goku!", was a cross-over episode with One Piece and Dragon Ball Z

External links

Aoni Production

Aoni Production Co. Ltd. (株式会社青二プロダクション, Kabushiki-gaisha Aoni Purodakushon) is a Japanese talent agency representing a fair number of voice actors and other Japanese entertainers.

Date Masamune (Sengoku Basara)

Date Masamune (Japanese: 伊達 政宗) is a fictional videogame character from Capcom's hack and slash franchise Sengoku Basara, first introduced in the 2005 game Devil Kings. In the North American version, he was known as a warrior named Azure Dragon, but retained his original name in the series' third title. As with most Sengoku Basara characters, Date was loosely based on Japanese historical figure Date Masamune. Capcom created this fictional version of him in order to show an appeal based on the character's dragon motifs inherited from the real Date Masamune. Additionally, Date's design was intended show a major contrast with the other protagonist from the series, Sanada Yukimura. Despite initial mixed reactions to Date's designs based on the multiple weapons he wields, critics praised the characterization of Date in both the games and anime series, with his character arc and voice acting receiving specific accolades.

Katsuragi

Katsuragi was a historical place name of Nara. It can also mean:

Mount Yamato Katsuragi, a mountain in Gose, Nara Prefecture, Japan.

Katsuragi City in Nara.

Katsuragi, a town in Wakayama.

The Katsuragi-class corvette, in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

Japanese corvette Katsuragi, the lead ship of that class.

Japanese aircraft carrier Katsuragi was a Unryū-class aircraft carrier of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.

Misato Katsuragi, an anime character named for the aircraft carrier.

Colonel Katsuragi, a character dubbed by Kazuya Nakai in the anime 07-Ghost.

Katsuragi, a character from Senran Kagura.

Yako Katsuragi, the main character from Neuro: Supernatural Detective

List of Japanese films of 2002

A list of films released in Japan in 2002 (see 2002 in film).

List of Japanese films of 2003

A list of films released in Japan in 2003 (see 2003 in film).

List of Japanese films of 2005

A list of films released in Japan in 2005 (see 2005 in film).

List of Japanese films of 2008

A list of films produced in Japan in 2008 (see 2008 in film).

Masuo Amada

Masuo Amada (天田 益男, Amada Masuo, born January 20, 1958) is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Hyōgo Prefecture. He is affiliated with the Seinenza Theater Company, and graduated from the Osaka University of Arts.

Nakai (surname)

Nakai (written: 中井 or 中居) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Asakazu Nakai (1901–1988), Japanese cinematographer

Daisuke Nakai (born 1989), Japanese professional baseball infielder

Hiroe Nakai, professional shogi player

Hiroshi Nakai (1942–2017), Japanese politician

Kazuya Nakai (born 1967), Japanese actor

Kie Nakai (born 1957), Japanese actress

Kiichi Nakai (born 1961), Japanese actor

Masahiro Nakai (born 1972), Japanese singer, actor and host

Masakazu Nakai (1900–1952), Japanese aesthetician, film theorist, librarian, and social activist

Masutaro Nakai (1895–1969), general in the Imperial Japanese Army

Nakai Chikuzan (1730–1804), Japanese politician

Norio Nakai (born 1952), Japanese writer

R. Carlos Nakai (born 1946), Native American flautist

Shogo Nakai (born 1984), former Japanese football player

Takahiro Nakai (born 1990), Japanese judoka

Takenoshin Nakai (1882–1952), Japanese botanist

Takezo Nakai (born 1949), Japanese former handball player

Yasuyuki Nakai (1954–2014), Japanese baseball player

Yoshikazu Nakai, mathematician, originator of the Nakai conjecture

Yoshiki Nakai (born 1983), Japanese football player

Yoshinori Nakai (born 1960), Japanese artist

Yuki Nakai (born 1970), retired Japanese shooto practitioner and mixed martial artistNakai is also a surname of some people from the Punjab, a province in India and Pakistan. They are a sub-cast of Sandhu Jatts and are descendants of Nakai Misl, a principality of the Sikh Empire from 1748 to 1810. For more details refer to pages Nakai Misl, Baherwal Kalan and Sardar Kahan Singh Nakai.

Night Is Short, Walk On Girl

Night Is Short, Walk On Girl (夜は短し歩けよ乙女, Yoru wa Mijikashi Aruke yo Otome) is a Japanese animated romantic comedy film directed by Masaaki Yuasa. The film is based on the novel of the same name written by Tomihiko Morimi and illustrated by Yusuke Nakamura, who also serves as the film's original character designer. It is released in North America as The Night Is Short, Walk On Girl, with a leading article added, but in other English-speaking regions without one.

The film is a spiritual sequel to The Tatami Galaxy, also based on a novel written by Morimi and directed by Yuasa. Though both works share a Kyoto University setting and some characters, the plotlines are largely unrelated.

Travis Touchdown

Travis Touchdown is a video game antihero and the main protagonist of the video game franchise No More Heroes. 27 years old in the original game, he is both an otaku and a professional assassin, wielding a Beam Katana. He was created by Goichi Suda, and voiced by Kazuya Nakai in Japanese and Robin Atkin Downes in English. He later appeared in the 2010 video game No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, and reappeared in the 2019 video game Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes.

He is named after the protagonist of the film Paris, Texas directed by Wim Wenders. He lives a lifestyle that is often compared to those of average people because of his obsession with anime, professional wrestling, pornography, and action figures; however, this lifestyle has also been called an "uber male fantasy." He has received mostly positive reception, with MSNBC describing his appearance as "richly detailed" and "flamboyantly designed". He has also been compared to other characters in fiction, such as Tyler Durden from Fight Club and The Bride from Kill Bill.

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