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Suzaki Aya (洲崎 綾) was born December 25, 1986 in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. She is the voice actress of Tsukishima Marina in BanG Dream! She is affiliated with I'm Enterprise.


Aya debuted as a voice actress in 2010 by voicing and landed her first major role on January 10, 2013 as Tamako Kitashirakawa in Tamako Market; she also sung the opening and ending themes for the anime.

Aya is also known for voicing:

  • Mako Mankanshoku in Kill la Kill
  • Kaede Kayano in Ansastsu Kyoushitsu
  • Mikuru Natsuki in Aikatsu!
  • Minami Nitta in THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls
  • Rikou Takitsubo in the Toaru Kagaku no Railgun series
  • Kana Tachibana in Brynhildr in the Darkness
  • Asuka Otori in Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka
  • Shouko Hida in Happy Sugar Life
  • Chloe Lolo in Danmachi
  • Shizuka Hoshijiro in Sidonia no Kishi
  • Chidori Takasaki in the Flowers visual novel series
  • Shizuka Kasagi in Rokujouma no Shinryakusha!?
  • Selina Sherlock in Trinity Seven
  • Mei Yachiyo in Release the Spyce
  • Melanie Malachite, Miltia Malachite and Nora Valkyrie in RWBY's Japanese dub
  • Elphelt Valentine in the Guilty Gear video game series
  • Akatsuki, Mogami, Houshou and Aoba Classes in Kantai Collection
  • Simonov and M9 in Girls' Frontline
  • Sayu in Genshin Impact

On March 6, 2015, Aya was one of the three people to receive the Best New Actress Award at the 9th Seiyuu Awards[1].

She also hosts the radio program Suzakinishi every Tuesday together with fellow voice actress Nishi Asuka[2][3].

Personality & Hobbies

Aya's hobbies include sports (especially soft tennis and scuba diving), playing the trumpet, rakugo and flower arrangement.

Aya calls herself a positive person who doesn't let past things matter and worry her, but she also tends to easily forget things in general.[4]

Aya got married on December 31, 2019, with anime writer Ifukube Takashi.[5]


  • Her most common nicknames are Ayappe (あやっぺ) and Pecchan (ぺっちゃん).
  • She has a driver's license, and is qualified to teach both kindergarten and elementary school students.