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Yuu Asakawa is a voice actress known for her deep and calm voice, often getting typecast as {{Aloof Dark Haired Girl}}s or {{Statuesque Stunner}}s (in fact, she's not quite one in RealLife at all, especially the tall part she's only 5'3''). As a result, her characters usually overlap with MsFanservice and it's what makes her famous.

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Yuu Asakawa (born March 20, 1975) is a Japanese voice actress known for her deep and calm voice, often getting typecast as {{Aloof Dark Haired Girl}}s or {{Statuesque Stunner}}s (in fact, she's not quite one in RealLife at all, especially the tall part she's only 5'3''). As a result, her characters usually overlap with MsFanservice and it's what makes her famous.

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%% Administrivia/ZeroContextExample: GamerChick: (depends on whether she's putting on a persona for her streaming videos. If she's not, then it doesn't apply.)


* Cronola in ''[[Manga/HellsAngels Hells]]''

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* Cronola in ''[[Manga/HellsAngels Hells]]''''Manga/{{Hells|Angels}}''



* Komachi Tsugumi in ''VisualNovel/{{Ever17}}''

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* Komachi Tsugumi in ''VisualNovel/{{Ever17}}''''VisualNovel/Ever17''



* Rolf in ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]'' ([[PlayingAgainstType A little]] [[AdorablyPrecociousChild boy]])

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* Rolf in ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblemPathOfRadiance'' ([[PlayingAgainstType A little]] [[AdorablyPrecociousChild boy]])



* GamerChick: Her YouTube channel is about streaming games.



* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: English is her secondary language, and she speaks (albeit with a little, almost unnoticable, accent) and types them just fine, not [[GratuitousEnglish gratuitously.]]


* GamerChick

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* GamerChickGamerChick: Her YouTube channel is about streaming games.

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* GamerChick

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* Ranger and Yat Sen in ''VideoGame/AzurLane''


* GratuitousEnglish


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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: English is her secondary language, and she speaks (albeit with a little, almost unnoticable, accent) and types them just fine, not [[GratuitousEnglish gratuitously.]]


* Chisato Hasegawa in ''LightNovel/{{The Testament of Sister New Devil}}''

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* Chisato Hasegawa in ''LightNovel/{{The Testament of Sister New Devil}}''''LightNovel/TheTestamentOfSisterNewDevil''



* Cronola in ''[[Manga/HellsAngels Hells]]''



** Reprises her role in ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' (and all of her variations) in addition of her [[BigLittleBrother sisters]] [[PlayingAgainstType Euryale and Stheno]]

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** Reprises her role in ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' (and all of her variations) in addition of to her [[BigLittleBrother sisters]] [[PlayingAgainstType Euryale and Stheno]]

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* Akane Ryuuzouji in ''Manga/WorldsEndHarem''

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* Aemilia in ''VisualNovel/TearsToTiara''


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* Eris Floralia in ''Aiyoku no Eustia''


* Ashelin Praxis in the japanese dub of Franchise/JakAndDaxter (With Creator/ShowtaroMorikubo as Jak)

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* Ashelin Praxis in the japanese Japanese dub of Franchise/JakAndDaxter ''VideoGame/JakAndDaxter'' (With Creator/ShowtaroMorikubo as Jak)


She keeps her [[http://twitter.com/Julia320 twitter]] updated, in English no less (and increasingly good English). Later, she added an English-language [[https://www.facebook.com/yuu.asakawa.320 Facebook page]]. She also hosts a web-based show called ''Otaku Verse Zero'' with Patrick Macias, introducing Japanese sub-culture to English speakers. Which means, yes, she had to speak English most of the time (had to speak Japanese to deal with some natives). Recently, she has also taken up [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClxFK1kq9FX4MNXj0lflkuA streaming games]] like Dark Souls.

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She keeps her [[http://twitter.com/Julia320 twitter]] updated, in English no less (and increasingly good English). Later, she added an English-language [[https://www.facebook.com/yuu.asakawa.320 Facebook page]]. She also hosts a web-based show called ''Otaku Verse Zero'' with Patrick Macias, introducing Japanese sub-culture to English speakers. Which means, yes, she had to speak English most of the time (had to speak Japanese to deal with some natives). Recently, she has also taken up [[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClxFK1kq9FX4MNXj0lflkuA streaming games]] like Dark Souls.
''VideoGame/DarkSouls''.

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!! Tropes associated with her:
* GratuitousEnglish
* MsFanservice: Not herself but her characters do qualify.


* Shalua in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII: VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus''

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* Shalua Rui in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII: VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus''

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