GOKUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-- *boom!* Oh wait, we're describing her, not blowing her up.
You never would've thought Son Goku and Naruto are voiced by women. OK, maybe you would have since they have rather feminine voices, but would it surprise you to know Krillin and Monkey D. Luffy are also voiced by a woman?
No? Well, the point is veteran voice actress Mayumi Tanaka (born January 15, 1955).
Her birth name is Mayumi Abe and she's been in the business for quite a while (39 years as of 2016!). Before being cast as the voice of the lovable captain of the Going Merry, (and later the Thousand Sunny), she was also the resident lancer in Dragon Ball, Krillin. Since then, Mayumi's been cast in plenty of male, shonen roles, occasionally voicing The Hero. And her best-known female role is a girl who's been raised as a boy by her father, to the point where she has one of the most masculine of Japanese names.
- Azathoth in Tokyo Afterschool Summoners
- Babe in the Japanese dub of the Babe movies
- Boochokkin in Hero Bank 2
- Chibita in Osomatsu-kun (1988)
- Daiya Tsuwabuki in Gaiking: Legend of Daiku Maryu
- Daniel Witwicky in the Japanese dub of Transformers: The Movie
- Dickon in the anime adaptation of The Secret Garden
- Ira in Doki Doki! PreCure
- Itadakiman/Kusaku Magota in Itadakiman, the last original Time Bokan series (she also sang the opening theme)
- Kanna Kirishima in Sakura Wars (she's also sung a bunch of the themes, including a solo version used for the TV series).
- Ironically she was Son Goku in the live shows
- Kappei Sakamoto in Dash Kappei
- Kirimaru Settsuno in Nintama Rantarou
- Koenma in YuYu Hakusho
- Kuririn/Krillin and Yajirobe in the Dragon Ball franchise
- Lillibit in The Littl' Bits (the character known as Willibit in the English dub)
- Maria Calavera in the Japanese dub of RWBY
- Every character in the Mario & Kirby Masterpiece Video, a 1993 educational video for children: this includes the narrator, Mario, Wario, Peach, Kirby, and King Dedede.
- Monkey D. Luffy, Oars and Fake Chopper in the One Piece franchise
- Papuwa in Nangoku Shonen Papuwa Kun (voiced by Motoko Kumai in the sequel series)
- Pazu in Castle in the Sky
- Phyllis in The Ancient Magus' Bride
- Rock Volnuttnote in Mega Man Legends and Tatsunoko vs. Capcom
- Rougela/Jynx in Pokémon: The Series
- Ryuunosuke Fujinami in Urusei Yatsura
- Skippy in the Japanese dub of Animaniacs
- Tokisaka in Ushio and Tora
- TwinBee in the TwinBee series
- Wataru Ikusabe of the Mashin Hero Wataru Series
- Yellow Four in Choudenshi Bioman
- Yotennai in Super Robot Wars: Original Generation Lord of Elemental Coffin of the End
- Zouna in Namco × Capcom