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Sakura Tange (丹下 桜 Tange Sakura, born March 24, 1973) is an idol, seiyū (voice actor) and singer who was born in Aichi, Japan. She is probably best known for providing the voice of Sakura Kinomoto in the anime series Cardcaptor Sakura.

Tange has done voice acting for anime, radio shows, computer games and live events. She worked for Aoni Production and Konami, but has retired from anime voice acting to concentrate on her singing career. Since then, she has released music under several artist names, including Little Seraph, Angelic Alice, A N G E L and currently さくら/SAKURA.

Notable voice roles

CD singles

  • Anata ni Aitakute~Missing You~Millennium Dance Version (Sakura Tange & Kyouko Hikami) 6 May, 2000 (AVDA-14015)
  • C.H.O.C.O. (Sakura Tange & Kyouko Hikami) 15 December, 1999 (AVDA-14006)
  • Anata no Yarikata de Dakishimete 1 January, 1997 (KIDA-7620)
  • Make You Smile 21 June, 1997 (KIDA-7626)
  • Tune My Love 24 July, 1997 (KIDA-7628)
  • 2 Shoku dake no Palette 21 August, 1997 (KIDA-7630)
  • Catch Up Dream 27 March, 1998 (KIDA-7640)
  • Free 4 September, 1998 (KIDA-7647)
  • Stand By Me 27 November, 1998 (KIDA-7649)
  • Wonder Network/Private Link 5 March, 1999 (KIDA-7652)
  • Bright Shine on Time 23 July, 1999 (KMDS-1)
  • To Love 22 September, 1999 (KMDS-2)
  • Mirai Kara no Air Mail 3 February, 2000 (KMCS-7)

Singles as Little Seraph

  • AIR COMMUNICATION 24 November, 2000 (WFCC-2001)
  • Kiseki no Kaze 24 March, 2001 (WFCC-2002)
  • SUN SPLASH 31 August, 2001 (WFCC-2005)
  • HOLY LOVE 25 January, 2002 (WFCC-2009)

Singles as ANGEL

  • ANGEL  
  • SMILE  
  • CHEER  
  • HAPPY  
  • SWEET  
  • PEACE  
  • HEALING

Singles as さくら (SAKURA)

  • Cherry A La Mode~Hajimemashite~ 28 April, 2004 (WYCC-4000)
  • Cherry A La Mode~Ogenki desu ka?~ 30 June, 2004 (WYCC-4001)
  • Cherry A La Mode~Takaramono~ 29 September, 2004 (WYCC-4002)
  • Cherry A La Mode~Arigatou~ 22 December, 2004 (WYCC-4003)
  • Cherry A La Mode~Koko ni iru yo~ 23 March, 2005 (WYCC-4005)
  • Cherry A La Mode~Ohayou~ 29 June, 2005 (WYCC-4006)
  • Cherry A La Mode~Oyasumi~ 28 September, 2005 (WYCC-4007)

CD albums

  • Love Stories 25 November, 1995 (TKCA-70769)
  • Be Myself 21 November, 1996 (KICA-7726)
  • MAKE YOU SMILE 3 October, 1997 (KICA-7802)
  • New Frontier 23 September, 1998 (KICA-789)
  • Alice 26 March, 1999 (KICA-7956)
  • SAKURA TANGE INSTRUMENTAL TRACKS
  • Neo-Generation 22 October, 1999 (KMCS-4)
  • SAKURA 16 March, 2000 (KMCS-8)
  • MARINE 3 August, 2000 (KMCS-9)
  • SPUR 24 January, 2001 (KMCS-19)

Albums as Little Seraph

  • WONDER MUSEUM 5 October, 2001 (WFCC-2006)
  • WONDER MUSEUM 2 1 January, 2003 (WFCC-2014)
  • FULL VOICE (Mini-album) 31 October, 2004 (WFCC-2020)

Albums as ANGEL

  • CHERISH
  • RAINBOW 29 October 2003

Albums as さくら (SAKURA)

  • Cherry A La Mode Collection 1 23 February, 2005 (WYCC-4004)
  • Cherry A La Mode Collection 2 7 December, 2005 (WYCC-4008)
  • Sora to Kaze to Kimi to Boku 25 October, 2006 (WYCC-4009)
  • ~10th Anniversary Best~ Sakura Selection 21 March, 2007 (WYCC-4010)
  • venusnote 14 November, 2007 (WYCC-4012)

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