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Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, born February 4, 1936) is a Japanese actor, voice actor and narrator from Tokyo who is affiliated with Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji), a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards.

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  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, born February 4, 1936) is a Japanese actor, voice actor and narrator from Tokyo who is affiliated with Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji), a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards.
  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, born February 4, 1936) is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who is affiliated with Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji), a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards.
  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, born February 4, 1936) is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who is affiliated with Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji), a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards. He died on October 1st 2020, He was 84 years old.
  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, born February 4, 1936) is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who is affiliated with Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji), a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He was also known for dubbing over Ernest Borgnine, Charles Durning, Burt Young, Lee J. Cobb and many more. He dubbed Mario (Bob Hoskins) in Super Mario Bros. (film). He areceived an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards.
  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, February 4, 1936 – September 27, 2020) was a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who was affiliated with Aoni Production and Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji) or Daddy Walrus, a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He was known for dubbing over Ernest Borgnine, Charles Durning, Burt Young, Lee J. Cobb and many more. He also lent his voice to the Japanese dubbing of Mario (Bob Hoskins) in Super Mario Bros. (film). He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards.
  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, February 4, 1936 – September 27, 2020) was a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who was affiliated with Aoni Production and Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji) or Daddy Walrus, a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He was known for dubbing over Ernest Borgnine, Orson Welles, Charles Durning, Burt Young, Lee J. Cobb and many more. He also lent his voice to the Japanese dubbing of Mario (Bob Hoskins) in Super Mario Bros. (film). He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards.
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  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, born February 4, 1936) is a Japanese actor, voice actor and narrator from Tokyo who is affiliated with Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji), a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards.
  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, born February 4, 1936) is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who is affiliated with Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji), a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards.
  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, born February 4, 1936) is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who is affiliated with Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji), a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards. He died on October 1st 2020, He was 84 years old.
  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, born February 4, 1936) is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who is affiliated with Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji), a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He was also known for dubbing over Ernest Borgnine, Charles Durning, Burt Young, Lee J. Cobb and many more. He dubbed Mario (Bob Hoskins) in Super Mario Bros. (film). He areceived an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards. He died on October 1st 2020, He was 84 years old.
  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, February 4, 1936 – September 27, 2020) was a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who was affiliated with Aoni Production and Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji) or Daddy Walrus, a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He was known for dubbing over Ernest Borgnine, Charles Durning, Burt Young, Lee J. Cobb and many more. He also lent his voice to the Japanese dubbing of Mario (Bob Hoskins) in Super Mario Bros. (film). He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards. He died of a stroke on September 27th, 2020, He was 84 years old.
  • Kōsei Tomita (富田 耕生, Tomita Kōsei, February 4, 1936 – September 27, 2020) was a Japanese actor and voice actor from Tokyo Prefecture who was affiliated with Aoni Production and Production Baobab. He voiced Doraemon in the original 1973 Doraemon series. He voiced Shunsaku Ban, also known as Mustachio (Higeoyaji) or Daddy Walrus, a character appearing in many of Osamu Tezuka's productions. He was known for dubbing over Ernest Borgnine, Orson Welles, Charles Durning, Burt Young, Lee J. Cobb and many more. He also lent his voice to the Japanese dubbing of Mario (Bob Hoskins) in Super Mario Bros. (film). He received an Achievement Award at the 3rd Seiyu Awards. He died of a stroke on September 27th, 2020, He was 84 years old.
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