Voice actress Risa Kubota, famous for playing Rosetta in “Lapis Re:Lights” and Rocco Sekino in “Dropout Idol Fruit Tart,” shared a heartfelt handwritten letter on her official Twitter account on Monday, announcing her retirement from the world of voice acting. and the entertainment industry.
In her touching letter, Risa expressed deep gratitude for the many opportunities and experiences she has had as a voice actor throughout her career. He expressed his heartfelt thanks to his fans who have stood by him by providing unwavering support and encouragement at every step of his journey. The warm and uplifting messages from his fans served as a constant source of inspiration, pushing him to perform at his best. Risa revealed that the memories of her time as a voice actress will forever hold a special place in her heart, cherished as a precious treasure in her life. Moreover, he shared his best wishes for the future of those whom he has had the pleasure of meeting in his illustrious voice acting career.
On July 31, Mousu Promotions, the talent agency representing Risa Kubota, released an official statement confirming her departure from the agency. They deeply appreciate Risa’s immense contribution and sincerely thank her for the exceptional work she has done during her tenure with the company.
Risa Kubota’s journey with Mousu Promotions began in 2017, and she quickly made her mark, landing her first lead role as Ren in “Konohana Kitan” the same year. The following year, her talent further developed when she played the role of Rosetta in the multimedia project “Lapis Re: Lights”. In 2020, he reprized the role in the anime adaptation and impressed audiences with his performances as Rocco Sekino in “Dropout Idol Fruit Tart” and Ayu Shindo in “I’m Standing on a Million Lives”. Additionally, Risa showcased her musical skills by performing the opening and ending theme songs of the later series with her fellow cast members. Her other notable roles include Carla in “By the Grace of the Gods”, Kokoro Momoi in “Aikatsu on Parade!” and Izabine in “If It’s for My Daughter, I’d Even Defeat a Demon Lord”.