Busou Chuugakusei: Basket Army - Netflix

The story is set in August of 2026 at the Fuji Training Facility. Natori Touko, a third-year middle school student in the Eastern Private Defense Academy, is entrenched in field training with instructor Kamiya. It has been a harsh training regiment, but it is finally the last day. Kamiya proposes a extracurricular class under the name Newest Weapons Research. But then, an incident occurs that rocks all of Japan.

Busou Chuugakusei: Basket Army - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 3 minutes

Premier: 2011-12-22

Busou Chuugakusei: Basket Army - Ami Koshimizu - Netflix

Ami Koshimizu (小清水 亜美, Koshimizu Ami, born February 15, 1986) is a Japanese voice actress and singer affiliated with Axlone management. She was born in Kokubunji, Tokyo. She was previously represented by Production Baobab until 2011. She voices in a number of lead roles in Japanese anime including: Nadja Applefield in Ashita no Nadja, Leonmitchelli Galette Des Rois in Dog Days, Yumi Hoshino in KimiKiss: Pure Rouge, Takuto Hasegawa in Magician's Academy, Nanaka Yatsushiro in Myself ; Yourself, Himari Noihara in Omamori Himari, Sailor Jupiter in Sailor Moon Crystal, Nodoka Haramura in Saki, Tenma Tsukamoto in School Rumble, Holo in Spice and Wolf, and Hibiki Hojo (Cure Melody) in Suite PreCure. In 2007, she was awarded Best Actress in a supporting role at the 1st Seiyu Awards for her role as Kallen Stadtfeld in Code Geass. In 2014, she visited Anime Expo as a guest of honor to promote Kill la Kill as starring character Ryuko Matoi. In video games she voices Agnès Oblige in Bravely Default, Ibuki Mioda in Danganronpa, Mai Shiranui since KOF Sky Stage, Mist in Rune Factory, Rimurisu in Tears to Tiara, Rinka in the Atelier series, Rosa Ushiromiya in Umineko: When They Cry, Tsuruhime in Sengoku Basara, and Yukiko Amagi in Persona 4.

Busou Chuugakusei: Basket Army - Discography - Netflix

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