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Sora Amamiya is a seiyuu born on August 28, 1993. She is affiliated with Music Ray'n, and forms the unit TrySail with Momo Asakura and Shiina Natsukawa.

She began her voice acting career in 2012 as some minor characters in the anime adaptation of Aikatsu!. Then 2014 turned out to be a Star Making Year for her when she landed multiple lead roles in big name shows like Akame ga Kill!, Tokyo Ghoul, Aldnoah.Zero, and The Seven Deadly Sins, cementing her as one of the biggest rising stars of the Japanese voice acting industry. To further the point, in March 2015 she was one of three voice actresses who won the "Best New Actress" award during the 9th Seiyuu Awards held at the Nippon Cultural Broadcasting (JOQR) Media Plus Hall in Tokyo.

She created a Youtube channel on June 1st, 2020.

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Sora Amamiya and her works provide examples of:

  • Breakthrough Hit: Skyreach, her debut single and the first opening theme to Akame ga Kill! is this for her singing career.
  • Playing Against Type:
    • Aqua hands down. Many of Amamiya's roles are stoic, serious characters who are generally good-spirited people. Aqua, on the other hand, is very expressive, often idiotic, and a Bitch in Sheep's Clothing.
      • Although according to her co-stars in her radio show, TryAngle Harmony, Aqua is the closest to her real-life personality.
    • Rui qualifies as well. Aside from being a boy, he is Hot-Blooded, childish and quick to anger.
    • Miia is this as well, being a cheery and lovestruck teenage girl in demeanor.
  • Relationship Voice Actor: Not with any particular seiyuu but has been very common in A-1 Pictures anime and shows distributed by Aniplex since she is signed to Sony Music.
  • Star-Making Role: Voiced three lead characters in three of the biggest shows of the Summer 2014 season including Akame, Touka, and Asseylum.
    • Aqua is a unique case of this. While all of the above would be enough to make her a star, it attracted a sizable amount of hatedom that thought that she's heavily pigeonholed to the point of being mediocre and only got the push from her agency for various reasons. Her role as Aqua promptly shut down those bashers as it allowed her to be the antithesis of the stoic roles she's known for and they finally recognized her talent.

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