On the TV anime Di Gi Charat, Kyoko performed the ending theme "Happy Day" along with Asami Sanada and Miyuki Sawashiro. On the remake of this series Di Gi Charat Nyo, Kyoko also performed the 3 opening and 5 ending themes with the same seiyuu.
Kyoko is a fan of birds and even wishes she had an owl as a pet.
One of Kyoko's favorite beverages to drink is uuron-cha (oolong tea) with takoyaki.
Kyoko has appeared in numerous times in several popular Japanese magazines and in over 64 different articles. Some of these magazines includes Newtype, Virtual Idol, Animedia, Ani Raji Grand Prix, Voice Animage, and Seiyuu Grand Prix. In the articles, she has done photoshoots, interviews, and even reports on upcoming events and releases.
Throughout her career as a seiyuu, Kyoko has made guest appearances at over 160 different special events in Japan. Some of these appearances includes the "Something Dreams '95 Summer Special" on July 26, 1995; the "Hikami Kyoko CD event" on November 23, 1996; the "Radio Big Bang public recording" on July 25, 1999; the "Meisaku Network 10th Anniversary event" on March 11, 2001; and the "Tokyo Kokusai Entertainment Market 2004 main stage" on October 24, 2004.
Kyoko has appeared on 2 seperate internet radio broadcasts throughout the month of October 2000. The first program she appeared on was "Chara Ani Night" on several days throughout the month, and the other was "Mail Daisuki" between October 2 and October 24, 2000.
On the TV anime, Knights of Ramune & 40 Fire, Kyoko performed the opening theme "Mirai gata AIDORU" with Yuko Miyamura. On the 6 episode OAV of this series, Knights of Ramune, Kyoko performed the opening theme "MIRAKURU BODI no Goyoujin" along with Yuko Miyamura again.
On November 22, 1995, Kyoko released her very first solo album entitled Pure Love. This mini-album contained 5 tracks and included a 24 page lyrics book with several pictures of Kyoko.
Other solo albums released:
Makenaide Fly Away - May 22, 1996 (5 tracks)
Binetsu - November 21, 1996 (10 tracks)
Unmoral - November 21, 1997 (11 tracks)
Kyoko has played characters in various CD dramas including Kyoko Katayama in Mars Original Sound Theatre, Asuka in Neko na Kankei, Tsubaki Takamura in Sakura Taisen, and Izumi Makoto in Desire.
Kyoko has done voice work in several Japanese video games including her role as Ellis in the Battle Arena Toshinden series, Hibiki Takane in Capcom vs SNK 2, Setsuna Saizuki in Eretzvaju (Evil Zone), and Mami Sakurai in Ojyousama Express.
On October 5, 1995, Kyoko appeared on the TV show, Say You Club. She did not appear in person, but yet in video clips. These clips followed her throughout the day as she did her work as a seiyuu. The clips featured Kyoko recording a song with Masami Suzuki, as well as footage showing her doing the post recording of Wedding Peach.
One of Kyoko's favorite things to watch is pro-wrestling. Once, Kyoko got to meet one of her favorite wrestlers, Jushin "Thunder" Liger, on the TV show, Shibuya de Chu broadcast 4 in 1995. At the show, the only thing she had on her at the time was tissue paper and an old bag. He autographed the bag and when she got on stage, she showed it to the audience.
In the 2 episode OAV Battle Arena Toshinden, Kyoko performed the opening theme song entitled "Makenaide Fly Away". She also voiced the character Ellis in this show.
Kyoko's very first work as a seiyuu came as the role of an unnamed female character in the movie, Mannequin 2.
On May 21, 1995, Kyoko participated in the "Mitsukoshi Charity Auction" event at Nihonbashi, Japan. Here, seiyuu would do an interview, sing, or just talk, as well as bring an item for the auction. Kyoko brought a signed script and cel from the anime, Wedding Peach. Although the items would sell low for the charity (as was the intention), they were actually worth a lot more in value.
Kyoko was a regular personality and DJ on over 16 of her own radio shows. Some of her most well known shows included "Game Dra Night", "Ani Maga Parody Drama World", and "L Station". She and fellow hosts would play music and invite seiyuu or music artists to do interviews, sing, act out skits, and even perform radio dramas.
Kyoko is part of a 3 person seiyuu group called "Furil". The other 2 members are Yuko Miyamura and Yukana Nogami. All 3 ladies are voice actresses on the anime, Aitenshi Densetsu Wedding Peach.
On the TV anime, Trouble Chocolate, Kyoko performed 2 theme songs, both with Sakura Tange. The first is the opening theme "C.H.O.C.O.", and the other is the 2nd ending theme, "Anata ni Aitakute ~Missing You~".
In junior college, Kyoko attended an all girls' school. All of the previous schools she attended until then were coed schools.
Kyoko is employed under the talent management agency, Mausu Promotion, which is formerly known as Ezaki Productions.
Kyoko: I like snakes too. Also alligators. I think it's so cute. I like the expressionless face. So I don't like the ones with expressions. For example the dragon in Never Ending Story. I don't like that. I like the faces that don't show expression, but still show feelings.
Kyoko: I scolded a crow one other day. It was going through the garbage, so I told it not to do so. Then it stared at me.
Kyoko: If I saw a friend in the recording studio, I'd say "Ohayou" (good morning). However if I saw Miyamu, I would say "love love" and hug her.
Kyoko: I hated school lunches. I like curry rice, but I don't like the ones at school. I'm very slow at eating, and I wasn't used to eating bread. They had bread and milk and they would let us play until we finished eating. So I hated school lunch. I hated school lunch, and athletic meets, and gym class.