Yuriko Yamaguchi, the voice actress who provided the Japanese voices of Nico Robin (One Piece), Sarah Rockbell (Fullmetal Alchemist), and Nurse Joy (Pokemon), is coming to the Arizona’s Taiyou Con event in Mesa.
The convention will be happening from January 11 to 13 at the Mesa Convention Center and Phoenix Mesa Marriott hotel. This big announcement was confirmed in the convention’s official Twitter account. Aside from Yamaguchi, anime designer Yoshitoshi ABe will also be in the convention as one of its honored guests.
Yuriko Yamaguchi’s first guest appearance in the United States happened in Rose City Comic Con in Portland, Oregon last September. She was also being listed as guest for the Universal Fancon in Baltimore last April but was not pushed through when organizers announced that the convention is postponed to a later date.
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