Rio has has lent her voice to two Sega Saturn video games. She voiced Kanzaki Akari in the video game "Dai Undoukai" and Sylvia in the video game "Desire".
Rio has released only one solo CD (as opposed to her numerous anime soundtracks and Drama CDs). It was entitled "Lucky no Toriha Tsukamae Nakya Nigeteku" and was released on January 21, 1998.
Rio appeared in many Tokyo Game Shows from 1996-1998. The Tokyo Game Show is a popular video game and tech floorshow in Japan. It is very similar to what E3 is in the U.S.
Rio appeared on the Japanese television show "Shibuya de Chu", an ultra popular talk show. She was a guest on December 19, 19997 and again on March 4, 1998.
She is the voice of Lucrecia Crescent in the Japanese version of the video game "Dirge of Ceberus: Final Fantasy VII".
She is the voice of Lulu in the video games "Final Fantasy X" and Lulu in "Final Fantasy X-2".
She was the voice of Fuu in the video game "Kingdom Hearts II".
She voiced Lucrecia Crescent in the Final Fantasy VII video game "Dirge of Ceberus".
She has lent her voice to 5 drama CDs, including Macross 7 and El Hazard
She was fascinated to learn that a lot of anime fans would rather hear anime in its original language. She added that she does like American movies in English rather than Japanese.
At Katsucon in 1999, she wondered why anime fans in North America would follow her career, especially since most of those fans couldn't understand what she said.
Her "three sizes" are 80-59-85.
Her blood type is "A".
She is 158cm tall.
She weighs 48kg.
She works for Sigma Seven.
She did the voice of Baby in the video games "Super Monkey Ball" and "Super Monkey Ball 2".