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I do not mind even becoming your second wife, Subaru-kun!
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Inori Minase, born in Tokyo on December 2, 1995, is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She is best known for her portrayals of Chino in Is the Order a Rabbit?, Hestia in Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? and Rem in Re:Zero. Not to be confused with Iori Minase or Nayuki and Akiko Minase.

Due to the catchy "gentle" timbre of her voice, Minase is typically known for her roles as childish ingenues, but since 2016 she has a tendency to play girls who hide their real natures or intentions, like Rem in Re:Zero and Koiwai in Masamune-kun's Revenge. In addition, many of her heroines tend to be sexy yet innocent, with timid or quiet personalities.

At the same time, her most famous and popular characters Rem, Hestia, and at least Naruse Jun are the sidekick-heroines that are deeply in love with the main hero, and ready to give him all the support he needs in his adventures, even if they are not sure he will return their feelings. In continuation of this trend, in the anime adaptation of Mahou Shoujo Ikusei Keikaku she played a kind of deconstruction of her typical roles, voicing Swim Swim, an actually emotionless and cold-blooded sociopath killer, while looking on the surface like a cute quiet girl blindly in love with her mentor.

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Due to her charismatic voice acting and convincing chemistry between her heroines and the protagonists, she has earned a number of awards in 2015 and 2016, including best seiyuu award in 2015, and victory in the "best female seiyuu" nomination according to NewType the following year. In 2017, she took second place in the top 20 most popular seiyuu of the year, overtaking Saori Hayami and falling behind only Kana Hanazawa.

Relationship Voice Actor with Rie Murakawa, appearing in several roles together.

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