Satsuki Yukino

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Satsuki Yukino

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Gender: Female
Date of birth: May 25, 1970
Place of birth: Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Voice of: Momiji Ooka

Satsuki Yukino (ゆきの さつき Yukino Satsuki?)[1], born May 25, 1970 in Kyoto as Yuki Inoue (井上 由起 Inoue Yuki?), is a Japanese voice actress.

In Detective Conan, she voices Momiji Ooka, but has also voiced minor characters.


Yuki Inoue was born in Kyoto City, but grew up in Otsu, Shiga. She was the youngest of four siblings. After watching Ikkyu-san and Maison Ikkoku, she wanted to become a voice actress, and managed to convince her parents to move to Tokyo to study voice acting, despite her parents' opposition.[2]

In Tokyo, she graduated from the Tokyo Announcing Academy, and joined the company Office Kaoru in 1991. The following year, she made her voice acting debut in a western film, and became a regular voice actress in 1996, after she obtained the lead role in Kiko-chan Smile. In May 2003, she changed her name to 雪野 五月 and later opted for a name written entirely in hiragana in May 2015. In May 2016, she left Ken Production to become a freelance voice actress. She launched her Youtube Channel in 2020.[3]

Other notable roles

In Detective Conan


  • Crayon Shin-chan (1995): Various characters
  • Kiko-chan Smile (1996): Kiko-chan
  • Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040 (1998): Stylia Stingray
  • Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko (1999): Momiji Kagariya
  • Love Hina (2000): Mutsumi Otohime
  • Inuyasha (2000-2004): Kagome Higurashi
  • Cyborg 009 The Cyborg Soldier (2001-2002): Cybord 003
  • Full Metal Panic! (2002), Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu (2003), Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid (2005): Kaname Chidori
  • Ai Yori Aoshi (2002), Ai Yori Aoshi ~Enishi~ (2003): Tina Foster
  • Getbackers (2002): Kaoru Ujiie
  • R.O.D -The TV- (2003-2004): Nenene Sumiregawa
  • Sgt. Frog (2004-2011): Pururu
  • Bleach (2005-2012): Yoruichi Shihouin
  • Utawarerumono (2006): Sopoku
  • Hitohira (2007): Mirei Sakaki
  • Higurashi (2007, 2020-2021): Mion Sonozaki, Shion Sonozaki
  • Suite Precure (2011): Maria Hojo
  • Saint Seiya Omega (2012): Aquila Yuna
  • Monogatari Series Second Season (2013): Gaen Izuko
  • Rin-ne (2015-2017): Tamako
  • Babylon (2019): Ai Magase


  1. Wikipedia
  2. Anime News Network
  3. MyAnimeList
  4. IMDB

See also