On the TV anime UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie, Chinami performed the ending theme "Save <3" along with Saeko Chiba, Rie Tanaka & Hisayo Mochizuki. On the sequel UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie 2 , Chinami helped perform the ending theme "Marble" with the same seiyuu.
Chinami has appeared in several popular Japanese magazines in which she has done photo shoots, interviews, news reports, etc. Some such magazines she has been featured in includes several editions of Ani Raji Grand Prix, Newtype, Seiyuu Grand Prix, Animedia and Dengeki G's Magazine.
Chinami has made a guest appearance at numerous special events throughout Japan including the "Kamakura Cinema World Seiyuu Special Stage" on July 26, 1997; the "Tokyo Character Show" on July 23, 2000; the "Anime Wai Wai Utagassen in Nasu Highland Park" on May 5, 2001; the "Tokyo International Anime Fair" on March 27, 2004 and the "DVD 'Aria The OVA -Arietta-' event" September 2, 2007.
Along with voicing the main character, Komachi Kusatsuzuki, in the 3 episode OAV Virgin Fleet, Chinami also performed the ending theme, "Go! Virgin Fleet", along with Satsuki Yukino and Sumi Shimamoto.
On the TV anime Seraphim Call, Chinami performed the 6th ending theme, "50% Baransuu".
Chinami is employed under the talent agency, 81 Produce.
On April 10, 1995, Chinami did a "voice bloom" interview for an article that appeared in the May 1995 issue of the Japanese Magazine, Newtype. This spread was 3 pages long and in color.
On the CD drama Battle Skipper, Chinami performed a song called "Earring wo Hazusu Toki" along with Yuri Shiratori and Yuko Miyamura that was used as background music.
Chinami has voiced characters in several Japanese video games including Shinrin Mami in Mahou Shoujo Fancy Coco, Chain Gun in Evolution 2: Far Off Promise, Misaki in True Love Story, Carol Palecki in Mitsumete Knight and Lita Blanchimont in Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana.
Chinami stands in at 157 cm (5 feet, 2 inches) tall, weighs approximately 40 kg (88 lbs) and has blood type AB.
Although born in Chiba, Chinami was actually raised in Tokyo.
On August 19, 1995, Chinami voiced Chisato on the CD drama, Twilight Syndrome 3D Drama Special. This CD contains 7 tracks of a drama horror story and 1 song.
On August 11, 2000, Chinami appeared on the show, AniCom TV in a clip she had done with Atsuko Enomoto on the Tokyo Character Show. The clip was of her and Atsuko doing a talk show together.
On December 7, 1997, Chinami appeared as a special guest on the radio show, "Chou Kidou Housou Ani Ge Master".
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