Hiroshi Kamiya’s episode in NHK Professional to be released on DVD

Hiroshi Kamiya‘s episode in the Professional: Shigoto no Ryuugi documentary series is going to be released on DVD.

Professional: Shigoto no Ryuugi is the title of a documentary series produced by NHK since 2006 that highlights top-tier professionals in various fields of work.

Hiroshi Kamiya, popular actor best known for his role as Levi in Attack on Titan, was featured on the channel’s documentary series プロフェッショナル 仕事の流儀 (Professional: Shigoto no ryuugi) in January 2019.

His episode is titled 答えを求めて、声を探す (Seeking answers, Looking for voices) and focused on voice acting. The NHK documentary team followed Hiroshi Kamiya for 5 months in 2018 to understand the work a seiyuu develops and how, in this case, Kamiya approaches everything in his career, especially after his near-death motorcycle accident in August 2006.

Professional: Shigoto no ryuugi – Seeking answers, Looking for voices is going to be released on DVD on 22/11/2019.

A promotional video was released in January.

Professional: Shigoto no ryuugi – Seeking answers, Looking for voices is currently unavailable for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

Source: NHK / Amazon JapanCDJAPAN

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Author: midorin

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Currently based in Macau SAR. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to completely dedicate herself to writing about male seiyuu music.

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