Yōko Ogushi (小串 容子, Ogushi Yōko) is a retired voice actress from Japan.

She voice Neko-Musume in the 1971 GeGeGe no Kitarō anime, as well as voicing Sunakake-Babaa and other characters in the 1968 series.


Early in the 1970s, Ogushi retired from acting and disappeared completely from the public eye. In the interviews for the booklet with the '68 and '71 anime DVD boxset, Masako Nozawa (Kitarō) and Chikao Ōtsuka (Nezumi-Otoko) both verified that she had moved to France in the 1980s and was still living there at the time.

She appears to still be well remembered by her peers, as not only Nozawa and Ōtsuka but Isamu Tanonaka, Ichirō Nagai, Keiko Yamamoto, Jōji Yanami and others would still mention her from time to time.

Selected filmography

GeGeGe no Kitarō characters

Other Shigeru Mizuki works

Other notable roles

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