On the 1 episode OAV series New Dream Hunter Rem: Massacre in the Phantasmic Labyrinth, Satomi performed the ending theme "Sherry no Komoriuta (Sherry's Lullaby)". She also voiced the role of Sherry in this mini-series.
With her seiyuu group Idol Project, Satomi has released 4 albums; 3 in which are music CDs ("Idol Project First Present", "Idol Project Second Stage" & "Idol Project New Dream ") and the other which is a drama CD ("Idol Project Crime Planning").
Satomi is part of a 7 person seiyuu group called "Idol Project". Each member is a voice actress on the anime Idol Project, from which they got their group name. The other 6 members are Mariko Kouda, Aya Hisakawa, Mika Kanai, Kikuko Inoue, Rie Iwatsubo and Hinako Kanamaru.
Satomi has voiced characters in numerous Japanese video games inlcuding May in the Guilty Gear X series, Hupatia in Hyper Reaction 2, Pichu and Togepi in Super Smash Bros. Melee, Polar in the Crash Bandicoot series and Alicia in Farland Story: Yottsu no Fuuin.
On the Japanese dub of the American animated series The Magic School Bus, Satomi played the voice of the unsure and somewhat shy character, Arnold. She has also dubbed the sweet yet mischievous child Mindy in the animated series Animaniacs and Alex Katsopolis in the live-action series Full House.
Satomi's debut as a seiyuu was playing the role of Hanako on the anime Hi! Akko desu.
On the OAV Countdown, Satomi performed the 4th opening theme, "Spring Wind Girl of Beautiful Edo".
Satomi has appeared in many popular Japanese magazines in which she has done photoshoots, interviews, news reports, etc. Some such magazines she can be found in includes several editions of Animedia, Voice Animage, Ani Raji Grand Prix, Newtype, Dengeki G's Magazine and Seiyuu Grand Prix; as well as a few others.
Satomi has made a guest appearance at many special events throughout Japan such as the "Dream Power Matsuri at Yomiuri Land" on March 30, 1997; the "2nd Ani Raji Festival" on August 23, 1998; the "Character Carnival 2000+2 Brave Knight event" on October 6, 2002; the "Tokyo Game Show 2004 Cyber Front booth" on September 25, 2004 and the "Crayon Shin-chan movie event Yuurakuchou Marion" on April 16, 2005; including numerous others.
Satomi did a 8-12 second voice data track on the CD single, Doukyuusei Mahjong Premium CD. It was released on January 17, 1997 as a "gift" to those who bought the PlayStation game, Doukyuusei Mahjong. Satomi appeared on track #13 as the voice of Misa Tanaka.
On the CD and radio drama, Doukyuusei, Satomi voiced the character, Misa Tanaka. She also did the voice of this character on the 12 episode OAV, Doukyuusei 2.
On the 4 episode OAV Idol Project, Satomi performed the opening theme "Don't Stop! - Su-Te-Ki ni Meguri Aitai" with her seiyuu group, also called "Idol Project".
Satomi is employed under the company, Production Baobab.
Although born in Musashino, Tokyo, Japan, Satomi was actually raised in Chiba Prefecture, Japan
On Decmber 5, 1997, Satomi made a guest appearance on the show Shibuya de Chu. On April 10, 1998, there was a special broadcast of unaired clips from previous shows, including some footage of the time Satomi was a guest.
On December 10, 1997, Satomi did an interview for an "animal seiyuu talk" story that appeared in the January 1998 edition of the Japanese magazine, Animage. This spread included 4 pages in color.
Satomi stands in at 146 centimeters (4 feet, 9 inches) tall, weighs in at approximately 37 kilograms(82 lbs) and has blood type A.
Satomi once was the personality of her own Japanese radio show called "Doukyuusei Ren'ai Senka".