Voice Actress Risa Kubota Decides to Step Back from the Industry and Announces Retirement

Voice actress Risa Kubota made a heartfelt announcement about her retirement from the industry through her official Twitter account on Monday.

In her handwritten post, Kubota expressed her conflicting emotions but ultimately decided to step back from her voice acting career. She extended her gratitude to her fans, stating, "The time I spent with everyone and the characters I encountered are the treasures of my life. I want to carry on with those treasures."


Kubota's journey in the world of voice acting began at Mausu Promotion's actor training school in 2015, and she officially joined the agency in 2017. Her major debut came in Fall 2017 as Ren in the Konohana Kitan television anime. Throughout her career, she portrayed various memorable roles, such as Iu Shindou in 100-man no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa Tatteiru (I'm Standing on a Million Lives), Roko Sekino in Ochikobore Fruit Tart (Dropout Idol Fruit Tart), and Rosetta in Lapis Re:LiGHTs.

Source: Comic Natalie

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