New characters have appeared in the popular series Miracle Train, which features good looking guys who are personified versions of well-known Japanese train stations. The two new characters are based on train stations on Tokyo’s Oedo Line: Azabujuban and Akabanebashi. The characters names are Azabujuban Futaba and Akabanebashi Nihito.
The series is popular not only for its fun factor, but also for the popular voice actors who voice the characters. The voice actors for the two new characters are Hiro Shimono as Azabujuban Futaba and Yoshimasa Hosoya as Akabanebashi Nihito. Both actors have picked up attention for their sweet sounding voices.
Azabujuban has a cheerful personality and likes vivid, showy colors. Akabanebashi has an adult-like personality and is gentle and sensitive.
On Dec. 28, 2012, escort voice CDs for both characters were released. The price of each is 1,200 yen. The CDs are available now from the official web store for Miracle Train (Mameshibaya), Animate, the Animate online shop, Stellaworth, Comicomi-Studio, K-Books, and other retailers.

© Miracle Train Project

© Miracle Train Project

© Miracle Train Project

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