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SUZUME: Crunchyroll Announces English Dub Cast!

Meet the English voice actors behind Makoto Shinkai’s upcoming Suzume!



Makoto Shinkai’s 13th directorial work Suzume is almost here and we finally have some exciting news about the english dub cast. Crunchyroll have casted Superstore actress Nichole Sakura as Suzume, and Voltron: Legendary Defender‘s Josh Keaton as the mysterious Souta. Crunchyroll then revealed the full English cast who will be joining Suzume and Souta on this fantastical road-tripping journey. The cast is full of incredibly familiar names and we can’t see how they bring these new characters to life.

This magical coming-of-age story which has been beautifully crafted by Shinkai and the talented animators at CoMix Wave Films will arrive on the big screen in the UK and in Ireland on April 14th.

Check out the announcement post below:

Here is the full English dub cast:

  • Suzume Iwato voiced by Nichole Sakura (Superstore, Shameless)
  • Souta Munakata voiced by Josh Keaton (The Spectacular Spider-Man)
  • Tamaki Iwato voiced by Jennifer Sun Bell (Genshin Impact, TrollsTopia)
  • Tomoya Serizawa voiced by Joe Zieja (Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Ascendance of a Bookworm)
  • Daijin voiced by Lena Josephien Marano
  • Suzume (Young) voiced by Bennett Hetrick
  • Chika Amabe voiced by Rosalie Chiang (Turning Red, American Born Chinese)
  • Minoru Okabe voiced by Roger Craig Smith (Resident EvilSonic the Hedgehog)
  • Rumi Ninomiya voiced by Amanda C. Miller (Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Sailor Moon)
  • Miki voiced by Mela Lee (Apex Legends, The Owl House)
  • Hitsujiro Munakata voiced by Cam Clarke (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Bleach)
  • Tsubame Iwato voiced by Allegra Clark (Jujutsu Kaisen, Promised Neverland)
  • Aya voiced by Abby Trott (Demon Slayer, Mob Psycho 100)
  • Mami voiced by Jennie Kwan (Summer Time RenderingThe Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf)
  • Shige voiced by Jake Eberle (Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, Hunter x Hunter)

On the other side of the door, was time in its entirety—

“Suzume no Tojimari” is a coming-of-age story for the 17-year-old protagonist, Suzume, set in various disaster-stricken locations across Japan, where she must close the doors causing devastation. 

Suzume’s journey begins in a quiet town in Kyushu (located in southwestern Japan) when she encounters a young man who tells her, “I’m looking for a door.” What Suzume finds is a single weathered door standing upright in the midst of ruins as though it was shielded from whatever catastrophe struck.

Seemingly drawn by its power, Suzume reaches for the knob… Doors begin to open one after another all across Japan, unleashing destruction upon any who are near. Suzume must close these portals to prevent further disaster.

—The stars, then sunset, and the morning sky.

Within that realm, it was as though all time had melted together in the sky…

Never-before-seen scenery, encounters and farewells… A myriad of challenges await her on her journey.

Despite all the obstacles in her way, Suzume’s adventure shines a ray of hope upon our own struggles against the toughest roads of anxiety and constraints that make up everyday life. This story of closing doors that connect our past to the present and future will leave a lasting impression upon all of our hearts. 

Drawn in by these mysterious doors, Suzume’s journey is about to begin. 

Suzume will be released in cinemas across the UK and Ireland on 14 April. You can check out the trailer below:

Keep your eyes peeled because James’ review of Suzume will be coming very soon. For now, feel free to explore the wonderful world of anime right here.


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