In 2017, Ono affirmed he was involved with Ms. Hanazawa after a Japanese magazine distributed a photo of the two out on the town.
Ono is the voice behind Giorno Giovanna from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind and Ryunosuke Akutagawa from Bungo Stray Dogs.
Hanazawa is known for voicing an assortment of outstanding characters including Red Blood Cell from Cells at Work and Kosaki Onodera from Nisekoi.
The staff at Anime Trending might want to stretch out an ardent congrats to the couple as they enter another phase in their lives.
Voice on-screen characters Kensho Ono (30) and Kana Hanazawa (31) reported on their Twitter accounts on Wednesday that they have gotten hitched.
Ono wrote in his message that Hanazawa is “an individual I regard. She is enthusiastic about her work, is consistently chipper and fulfills me when we’re together, and she has numerous characteristics that I don’t have.”
Hanazawa expressed: “Ono is an individual who can make life progressively fun regardless of what the event. I’m a wet blanket, and he gives me fearlessness while being extremely kind.”
Both voice entertainers expressed gratitude toward everybody for supporting them and pledged to live sincerely in both their work and their marriage.
In 2017, Ono affirmed that he was involved with Hanazawa.
Ono played the title character in the Japanese name of the Harry Potter films. His anime voice acting jobs incorporate Tetsuya Kuroko in Kuroko’s Basketball, Phichit Chulanont in Yuri!!! on Ice, and Ryūnosuke Akutagawa in Bungo Stray Dogs.
Hanazawa has had driving and appearance jobs in Makoto Shinkai’s movies, incorporating Yukino in The Garden of Words and Mitsuha’s comparable glancing instructor in your name. Her various significant anime jobs incorporate Psycho-Pass’ Akane Tsunemori, OREIMO’s Kuroneko, and Monogatari’s Nadeko Sengoku.
The two on-screen characters featured together in Magi as Hakuryū Ren and Kōgyoku Ren, in Bungo Stray Dogs as Ryūnosuke Akutagawa and Lucy M., and in Pop Team Epic as Pipimi and Popuko (in various scenes). They likewise performed jobs together in Fairy Tail, Tsuredure Children, Maria the Virgin Witch, Prince of Stride: Alternative, and Uchitama?! Have you seen my Tama?.