Mitsuko Horie (堀江 美都子 Horie Mitsuko?) is a Japanese seiyū and singer. She was born on March 8, 1957[1] in Yamato, Kanagawa, Japan. She has voiced several characters throughout her career, such as Sailor Galaxia in Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars and Remi in the Nippon Animation World Masterpiece Theater series Remi, Nobody's Girl. She is also part of the judging panel at the Animax Anison Grand Prix, with fellow noted anime singers Ichirō Mizuki and Yumi Matsuzawa.[2][3]

Notable roles

Theme songs

A few of the numerous other anime series for which Horie has performed the theme song include:

  • Judo Boy (1969) (Her very first anime theme song; performed when she was only 12 years old)
  • Sazae-san (1969) (Horie's song was used as the opening theme in 1975)
  • Hakushon Daimaou (1969; also known as Yam yam y el genio)
  • Mahou no Mako-chan (1970)
  • Genshin Shonen Ryu (1971)
  • Yamanezumi Rocky Chuck (1973)
  • Kerokko Demetan (1973; also known as The Brave Frog)
  • Tentomushi no Uta (1974)
  • Wanpaku Omukashi Kum Kum (1975)
  • La Seine no Hoshi (1975)
  • Arabian Nights: Sindbad no Boken (1975)
  • Candy Candy (1976)
  • Chojin Sentai Baratack (ending theme) (1977)
  • Attack on Tomorrow (1977)
  • Yakukyou no Uta (1977, lyrics by baseball freaks)
  • Majokko Tickle (1978)
  • Hana no Ko Lunlun (1979)
  • Mahou Shoujo Lalabelle (1980)
  • Hello! Sandybell (1981)
  • Meiken Jolie (also known as Belle and Sebastian) (1981)
  • Ai shite Knight(1983)
  • Himitsu no Akko chan (1st remake)(1988)
  • Daddy long legs (1990)


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  2. "Animax to Hold Anime Song "Grand Prix" in July". Anime News Network. 2007-05-31. Retrieved 2009-03-06. 
  3. "27-Year-Old Canadian Wins Animax's Singing Contest". Anime News Network. 2007-05-31. Retrieved 2009-03-06. 

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