Edited by: Kenneth Pulgar-Vidal
Produced by: Crunchyroll & Rocket Jump
Sang by: Rina Hoshino
Anime Crimes Division
Rina Hoshino is a Japanese-American actress, producer, and award-winning voiceover artist. Her television appearances & voiceover credits include: The 85th Hollywood Christmas Parade (CW), Bones (Fox), Regular Show (Cartoon Network), Archer (FX), Raiden V (XBox One), Sunny Side Up! (Sprout), Video Game HS (Netflix), and GoWest! (Elephant Prods). Rina has also voiced Little Piyo’s Adventure, a bi-lingual children’s book series that was widely released by Apple/iBookstore and Gakken Co, Ltd in 51 countries and has been downloaded over 130million times world wide.
Hoshino believes that acting provides her with the opportunity to connect with those who feel like they do not belong to any one culture. Through harnessing the exceptional power of the cinema experience, she hopes to bridge societies and social structures to help bring people from all across the globe just a little closer together.
Hoshino also reminds herself to be open to any aesthetic grounds so she can be ready to take risks in every window of great opportunity that might illuminate her life.
Rina Hoshino is a Japanese-American bilingual actress. Her television appearances include: The 85th Hollywood Christmas Parade (CW), Bones (Fox), The Mentalist (CBS), Sunny Side Up! (Sprout), and GoWest! (Elephant Prods).
Hoshino's film credits include Tengu (LA Int. Underground, LA New Wave, LA Thriller Film Festival), Where Dreams Come True (Pioneer Film Festival), Room 107 (LA Asian Pacific Film Festival), Angelic Magica (Anime Expo), Pretty Wings (Movies by Kids Film Festival) to give a few.
Hoshino's voiceover credits include: Archer (FX), Raiden (Xbox One), Dora the Explorer -Dubbed (Nick Jr), Video Game HS (Netflix), Super Monday Night Combat (Uber), Return to Halloween Town -Dubbed (Disney)
Rina has also voiced Little Piyo’s Adventure, a bi-lingual children’s book series that was widely released by Apple/iBookstore and Gakken Co, Ltd in 51 countries and has been downloaded over 130 million times world wide.
Hoshino was also a series regular bilingual reporter for Go West, Japanese TV documentary show sponsored by the Colorado Convention Bureau to travel across from Flagstaff, Arizona to Denver, Colorado and visit many landmarks along the way (Approximately 3,200 miles in 3 weeks). Go West is currently airing nationally and globally on the UTB Channel in the U.S and Japan.