Marika Matsumoto.

Marika Matsumoto (松本 まりか, Matsumoto Marika, born September 12, 1984) is a Japanese actress.

She voices Rikku in the Japanese version of Final Fantasy X and its sequels.

Roles[edit | edit source]

Voice acting[edit | edit source]

Title Character Release
Final Fantasy X Rikku 2001
Final Fantasy X: Eternal Calm Rikku 2001
Final Fantasy X-2 Rikku 2003
Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission Rikku 2004
Final Fantasy Type-0 Mutsuki Chiharano 2011
World of Final Fantasy Rikku 2016

Related games[edit | edit source]

  • Kingdom Hearts II - Rikku

Music[edit | edit source]

"Hadashi no Kiseki" by Marika Matsumoto
Music

Matsumoto sings the vocal version of "Rikku's Theme" titled "Hadashi no Kiseki" (lit. "Barefoot Miracle"). The song is included in the single Final Fantasy X-2: Vocal Collection - Rikku.

Background[edit | edit source]

From 2001-2003, she was known as "Mini Stop-chan", acting as the mascot for the Mini Stop convenience store chain commercials in Japan. She is the owner of a unique voice and has held a recital with upcoming star Satoshi Tsumabuki. Since November 12, 2005, she has been on the A&G Radio Show: Anisupa! segment Anisupa Kōnin Akujo Queen. She voices Diancie in Pokemon.

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