Junko Noda
Noda Junko
Junko Noda

June 29, 1971



BirthplaceNaniwa-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan

Voice actress, singer

SM Roles

Japanese anime:
Boy (episode 177)

Junko Noda is a Japanese voice actor and singer who voiced a minor character in the first anime series.

Junko became interested in voice acting starting in high school, and began acting in April 1993. Some of her other roles include Mitsune "Kitsune" Konno in "Love Hina", Zakuro Fujiwara/Mew Zakuro and Masha in "Tokyo Mew Mew", Tashigi in "One Piece", and Maho Izawa in "Kare Kano".[1]

Junko was originally affiliated the agency Aoni Productions before switching to Kaleidoscope in 2007, then becoming freelance the next year.[2] In 2012, she briefly affiliated with TAB Productions.

She has also worked in many live-action productions starting 2000, and other areas of the acting world.


  • Two of her nicknames are "Noda Jun" (のだじゅん) and "Jun-chan" (じゅんちゃん).[3]
  • Her blood type is A.
  • Her height is 163cm or 5'3".
  • She enjoys music, and has also been affiliated with many music units and projects.


  1. Junko Noda - English Wikipedia
  2. Junko NODA - Anime News Network
  3. 野田順子 - Japanese Wikipedia

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