While playing Ghost of Tsushima and soaking in the game’s story, you’ll hear a fair amount of dialogue exchanged.
If you’re playing the game and find yourself curious as to whether you’ve heard the voice actors elsewhere, or you appreciate their performance and want to know what else they’ve been in, we’ve got you covered.
Here’s a closer look at who the voice actors are in Ghost of Tsushima!
Who Are The Voice Actors in Ghost of Tsushima?
Daisuke Tsuji voices Jin Sakai (English)
The voice actor for the main character in Ghost of Tsushima, Jin Sakai, is Daisuke Tsuji. If Jin’s voice sounded familiar, it could be because Daisuke Tsuji has been in a number of video games over the last few years.
Daisuke Tsuji voiced Li Phang, Ken Mizuki, and Chao Wei in Prey: Mooncrash. He also voiced the Specialist Recon in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and The Musician in Death Stranding.
He’s had roles in several TV shows and films as well such as Love, Death & Robots where he plays Chief Warrant Officer Lee, Brockmire where he plays Yoshi Takatsu, and The Man in the High Castle where he plays the Crown Prince.
If you’re a fan of films directed by Clint Eastwood, one of Daisuke Tsuji’s first roles was in Letters from Iwo Jima in 2006 as Cave Soldier #2.
Kazuya Nakai voices Jin Sakai (Japanese)
If you choose to play Ghost of Tsushima in Japanese you’ll be greeted by a different voice actor for Jin, Kazuya Nakai.
If you’re an anime fan, we have no doubt you’ll immediately recognize this voice actor as he voices Roronoa Zoro in One Piece. He also voices Roronoa Zoro in the Bandai Namco game Jump Force.
Other anime that Kazuya Nakai has provided voice acting for include Fire Force as Akitaru Obi, Boruto as Urashiki Otsutsuki, Chihayafuru as Hiro Kanashi, Gintama as Toshiro/Gintoki/Tenko, Blue Exorcist as Ryuji Suguro, Death Note as Kanzo Mogi, Samurai Champloo as Mugen, Inuyasha as Hoshiyomi, Dragon Ball Super as Tagoma, and so many others.
Seriously, Kazuya Nakai has had a role in just about every noteworthy anime series over the last couple of decades.
Not as well-versed in anime as you are in video games? Well, Kazuya Nakai has also done voice acting for a wide variety of video games like Persona 5 Royal as Shibusawa, God Eater 3 as Ein, Valkyria Chronicles 4, Yakuza 0 as Yamagata, a number of Dynasty Warrior games as Xiahou Dun and Dian Wei, Final Fantasy X and X-2 as Wakka (and Kingdom Hearts), and Kingdom Hearts II as Raijin to name just a few.
Patrick Gallagher voices Khotun Khan
Another voice you may recognize in Ghost of Tsushima and wonder where you've heard it before is Khotun Khan voiced by Patrick Gallagher.
Like the English voice actor for Jin, Patrick Gallagher has been in a number of video games like Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint as Mad Schultz, Red Dead Redemption II as The Local Pedestrian Population, Halo: Reach as Trooper 3, and Company of Heroes.
Patrick Gallagher has also had roles in a wide variety of movies including Night at the Museum as Attila the Hun, Captain Marvel as a Security Chief, and even the Disney Channel original movie Mom’s Got a Date With a Vampire as Bone. We're huge fans of that last entry as it brings back waves of childhood nostalgia.
On TV, Patrick Gallagher has had roles like Keller in Station 19, Jack Mongoyak in 2019’s Twilight Zone, Dr. Abbott in Siren, Barry Hill in Lucifer, and Jeremy Chu in iZombie to name just a few.
Minae Noji voices Onibaba
The voice actress for Onibaba in Ghost of Tsushima is Minae Noji.
We’re willing to bet you’ve heard Minae Noji’s voice in at least one of her roles as she’s been part of several popular projects over the years.
In video games, Minae Noji has voiced Idunn and Cynthia in Fire Emblem Heroes, Wave Speaker and Adelee in World of Warcraft: Legion, Yalia Sagewhisper in World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria, Dekker in Paragon, Satsuki Takamine in God Eater 2: Rage Burst, and Lady Deathstrike in Marvel Heroes, among others.
She’s also had roles in TV shows like Tokiko Minoru in Runaways, Brittney Wong in Star vs. The Voices of Evil, Alopex/Tang Shen/Karai in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Kelly Lee in General Hospital, Masa/Nicki Morgaj/Little Match Girl in an episode of Robot Chicken, and Ayako in BoJack Horseman.
She was also Minae in the beautiful animated film Kubo and the Two Strings (which we highly recommend checking out), and she had a role as a Spring Festival Dancer in Memoirs of a Geisha!
Hira Ambrosino voices the High Priestess
The voice actress for the High Priestess in Ghost of Tsushima is Hira Ambrosino. Unlike some of the other voice actors and actresses on this list, Hiro Ambrosino has been in far more TV shows than she has video games or films.
She’s done voice acting for a few games though like 2004’s World of Warcraft as Pandaren, and background voices for L.A. Noire and World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria.
TV roles you might’ve seen Hira Ambrosino in include Judge Stern in Frasier, Laura in Commander in Chief, Dr. Chen in House, Tori Narita and Dr. Hayden in Days of Our Lives, Dr. Peldago in Jane the Virgin, Dr. Evans in NCIS: Los Angeles, Cynthia in The Big Bang Theory, and Fumi Yoshida in The Terror.
She’s also been part of Jimmy Kimmel Live in a variety of different sketches.
Feodor Chin voices Adachi and Yamato
The voice actor for Adachi and Yamato (along with other voices) in Ghost of Tsushima is Feodor Chin. We’ve heard Feodor Chin’s voice in a ton of video games over the years, and we’re looking forward to hearing it again in Ghost of Tsushima.
Wondering what video games Feodor Chin has voice acted for? Well, he’s voiced Mudmug in World of Warcraft, Lee Sin in League of Legends, Tran in Sleeping Dogs, Zhang in XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Weyland Yutani in Aliens: Colonial Marines, Shiro Tagachi in Guild Wars 2, Zenyatta in Overwatch, Zhin in Paladins, and Dan in Metal Gear Survive.
It’s interesting to know he’s voiced characters in games like Overwatch, Paladins, and League of Legends as we’ve put a scary amount of time into all three of these games. It sounds like gamers will be able to immediately recognize his voice in Ghost of Tsushima.
It’s not just video games, Feodor Chin has been in several recognizable TV shows as well. For example, he’s been Earl/Game/Joel in Regular Show, Kevin in Big Little Lies, and Bolo in Bulge Bracket.
Keisuke Hoashi voices Ippei the Monk
The voice actor for Ippei the Monk in Ghost of Tsushima is Keisuke Hoashi. Looking at Keisuke Hoashi’s IMDB page, he’s only voice acted in one other video game, Halo 2 as ILB: Aide.
If the name sounds familiar and you can't quite place it, you might’ve caught Keisuke Hoashi in one of the TV shows he’s had roles in such as Mr. Lee in Castle, Dr. Mazaki in Hawthorne, Arnold Lee in Parenthood, Peter ‘Chainsaw’ Gow in Glee, Hachi Saito in Mad Men, Dr. John Chen in Criminal Minds, Dr. Leo Chang in Big Little Lies, Jerry in StartUp, and Shinjin Kojima/Mr.Kim/Danny in Bob’s Burgers to name just a few.
We’re looking forward to hearing his voice in Ghost of Tsushima though, and we hope he’ll continue to voice act for video games in the future.
As of right now, those are the voice actors and actresses that have been explicitly confirmed for Ghost of Tsushima.
Be sure to check back, as we’ll be sure to update this list as more voice actors and actresses are credited in Ghost of Tsushima.
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