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About this title

Storyline

This anime series features a virtual reality massively multiplayer online role-playing game, which shares its name with the show's title (abbreviated SAO), that is released in 2022. The game allows people to control their in-game characters with their minds when using a Nerve Gear helmet. One day, upon logging into SAO, the players discover they cannot log out and learn from the game's creator that they must defeat the final boss. If a player's avatar dies in the game, though, their body also dies in the real world. One player, Kirito, sets out to beat the game on his own, progressing through the game over two years, during which time he befriends a female player, Asuna, with whom he falls in love. The duo eventually confronts the in-game avatar of SAO's creator, hoping to free themselves and other players from the game. Over time, Kirito realizes that the situation is a conspiracy that runs deeper than just SAO and has penetrated other games.

Country: Japan

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: Japanese

Release Date: July 7, 2012

Also Known As: Sao, SAO |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M, MA15+), Brazil (14, 16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

friendship
artificial intelligence
virtual reality
magic

Company Credits

Production Co: A-1 Pictures, ASCII Mediaworks |  See more »

Cast

Chris Cason
as Yanai
Hiroki Touchi
as Vixur ul Shasta
Ryota Iwasaki
as Reinforcements
Hisao Egawa
as Sadore
Houko Kuwashima
as Urdr
Lynn
as Sheyta
Toshiki Iwasawa
as Cheering Onlooker/Player
Cassandra Lee Morris
as Leafa/Suguha Kirigaya/Pina
Ayahi Takagaki
as Lisbeth/Rika Shinozaki
Shoko Yuzuki
as Jace
Mitsuaki Kanuka
as Hagashi
Ken Narita
as Grimlock
Kyouko Fujii
as Sasha
Tesshô Genda
as Thor
Taishi Murata
as Volo
Takanori Hoshino
as Sigurosig
Lizzie Freeman
as Cardinal
Wataru Takagi
as Chudelkin
Mitsutoshi Shundo
as Thief
Masako Shirakawa
as Sachie Oosawa
Ikuto Kanemasa
as Agent/Mage/Player/Scout
Ayumu Murase
as Recon
Doug Erholtz
as Kuradeel
Khoi Dao
as Iskahn
Marc Diraison
as Akihiko Kayaba
Frank Todaro
as Chudelkin
Takuya Kirimoto
as Sigurd
Asami Maki
as High-School Girl
Yûsuke Numata
as Yanai/Slug
Aya Endô
as Midori Kirigaya
Michelle Marie
as Fizel
Morgan Berry
as Renly
Mitsuaki Madono
as Kagemune
Vic Mignogna
as Onlooker/Salamander/Slug Scientist #2
Suzie Yeung
as Li Wang/Mei Mei Xiang
Kiyomitsu Mizuuchi
as Rengil
Taku Yashiro
as Iskahn
Momo Asakura
as High-School Girl
David W. Collins
as Akihiko Kayaba
Nobuaki Kanemitsu
as Slug
Koki Harasawa
as Fu Za
Tomokazu Seki
as Kibaou
Yukitoshi Kikuchi
as Player
Atsushi Tamaru
as Talken/Player
Natsuki Hanae
as Kyouji Shinkawa/Spiegel
Sayaka Kobayashi
as Akiyo Sada
Robbie Daymond
as Kurahashi/Player
Amanda Céline Miller
as Yulier
Akira Ishida
as Gabriel Miller/Vecta/Subtilizer/Vector
Jeff Manning
as NPC Gunman
Ruriko Aoki
as Player
Misato Murai
as Child
Johnny Yong Bosch
as Shinkawa Kyouji
Nobunaga Shimazaki
as Eugeo
Patrick Seitz
as Egil/Agil
Daisuke Motohashi
as Salamander
Jalen K. Cassell
as Gnome Scout/Gasfut/Lieutenant Nakanishi
Daigo Kaneko
as Cheering Onlooker/Player/Salamander
Hiroshi Kamiya
as Xexeed
Shinya Takahashi
as Player/Salamander/JSDF Officer/Agent/Attacker/Cafe Guest/Capture Group/Gabriel's Father/Hiraki/Male Employee/Player with Eyepatch/Salamander Swordsman/Thief
Kenji Nojima
as Takeru Higa
Sayuri Yahagi
as Sakuya
Hiroki Gotô
as Player/Kubiri
Armen Taylor
as Deusolbert Synthesis Seven/Ugachi
Tsubasa Yonaga
as Sasamaru
Sho Karino
as Player/Thief
Toshiyuki Toyonaga
as Keita
Kosuke Okamoto
as Player/Sylph Soldier
Saori Hayami
as Sachi
Mao Ichimichi
as High-School Girl/Elevating Operator/Girl
Marin M. Miller
as Recon/Shinichi Nagata
Michael Schwalbe
as Goblin/Hobgoblin/Troll/Addtl Voices/Goblins
Caitlin Glass
as Midori Kirigaya
Takehiro Hasu
as Big Player/Garitta/Player
Takeaki Masuyama
as Eldrie
Kumiko Nakane
as Sister Azariya/Receptionist
Arisa Kiyoto
as Computer Voice
Ayako Kawasumi
as Natsuki Aki
Greg Chun
as Gabriel/Subtilizer
Ryouta Suzuki
as Renly's friend
Tsuguo Mogami
as Avatar Buyer/Game Analyzer/Morikka
Takuya Eguchi
as Ducker
Hironobu Hatakeyama
as Salamander
Yûko Minaguchi
as Freyja
Ryôko Shiraishi
as Yulier
Xander Mobus
as Vassago/Vassago Casals
Hikaru Tsuchizaki
as American Player
Tony Oliver
as Sigurd
Gou Shinomiya
as Yamikaze
Rie Kugimiya
as Young Gabriel
Julie Ann Taylor
as Natsuki Aki/Skulð
Shirô Saitô
as Nishida
Jun Inoue
as Player
Stephanie Sheh
as Yui
Grant George
as Tamotsu Shigemura/XeXeeD
Kazunari Tanaka
as Jiitakusu
Kanae Itô
as Yui
Soungdok
as Moonphase
Tadanori Date
as Salamander
Junya Enoki
as Lilpilin/Reinforcements
Kimberly Woods
as Tiese Shtolienen/Stica
Tsuyoshi Koyama
as Vassago Casals/Laughing Coffin Member
Danielle McRae
as Onlooker
Masashi Ebara
as Godfree
Masayuki Katô
as Schmidt
Jennifer Losi
as Rinko Kojiro
Yuma Uchida
as Player
Kaori Maeda
as Selka
Kazuki Narumi
as High-School Boy
Kei Minegishi
as American Player
Haruka Tomatsu
as Asuna/Asuna Yuuki
Daichi Hayashi
as Chuck/Player
Kanehira Yamamoto
as Gasupht Zuberg/Capture Group/Game Analyzer/Uemaru
Michelle Ruff
as Sinon/Shino Asada/Sada
Tomo Muranaka
as Gin
Isshin Chiba
as Critter
Yasunori Matsumoto
as Hans
Kyle Hebert
as Kains/Godfrey
Aoi Yûki
as Yuuki/Yuuki Konno
Konomi Kohara
as Fizel
Alejandro Saab
as Atsushi Kanamoto/Johnny Black
Masaya Takatsuka
as Stone Statue
Mai Nakahara
as Verdandi
Megumi Hayashibara
as Kyouko Yuuki
Ryô Sugisaki
as Golgorosso
Koichi Soma
as Player/Player in Uniform
Sanae Kobayashi
as Rinko Kojiro
Shô Okumura
as Player
Hiroyuki Honda
as Player
Colleen O'Shaughnessey
as Verdandi
Teruyuki Tanzawa
as Gnome
Sayaka Senbongi
as Lipia Zancale/High-School Girl
Shiori Izawa
as Pina/Player/Argo
Todd Haberkorn
as Nobuyuki Sugou/Oberon
Ben Lepley
as Hans
Jackie Lastra
as Selka
David Goldstein
as Additional Voices
Kanako Sakuragi
as Dakira
Reina Kondou
as Ronye/Laurannei
Nobuhiko Okamoto
as Vassago (15 years old)
Akane Ouchi
as Yotte
Ryôta Ôsaka
as Atsushi Kanamoto/Johnny Black/Laughing Coffin Member
Edward Bosco
as Onlooker/Slug Scientist #1
Sarah Anne Williams
as Lisbeth
Takahiro Mizushima
as Thinker
Jun'ichi Suwabe
as Bercouli
Jon Allen
as Critter/Fu Za
Yûko Kaida
as Dee Eye Ell
Laura Post
as Rosalia
Ben Pronsky
as Additional Voices
Kaiji Tang
as Schmidt/Schmitt
Mutsumi Tamura
as Renly
Hiroaki Hirata
as Klein/Ryotaro Tsuboi
Shunsuke Sakuya
as Minetaka Kirigaya
Kôichi Yamadera
as Akihiko Kayaba/Kayaba Akihiko
Robert Waterman
as American Player
Sôichirô Hoshi
as Death Gun
Ai Kayano
as Alice
Ayana Taketatsu
as Leafa/Suguha Kirigaya
Cristina Valenzuela
as Alicia/Alicia Ru/Alicia Rue
Haruki Ishiya
as Jink/Cait Sith/Player
Daiki Hamano
as Player
Dorah Fine
as Additional Voices
Saori Oonishi
as Lenju
Chris Hackney
as Laughing Coffin Member
Ted Sroka
as Subtilizer
Satomi Akesaka
as MMO Stream Presenter/Moderator
Ayaka Kyo
as Electronic Voice
Kenta Miyake
as Eugene
Joshua Tomar
as Eugene/Kobatz
Ryan Burch
as Scientist
Daichi Endo
as Furgr/Stone Statue
Sean Chiplock
as Diabel
Maaya Sakamoto
as Administrator/Quinella
Asuka Minamori
as Madame
Xanthe Huynh
as Sachi
Tyler Shamy
as Tetsuo
Asami Tano
as Nori
Mela Lee
as Mizue Osawa
Akari Kitô
as High-School Girl
Tom Bauer
as Additional Voices
Mirei Kumagai
as Deusolbert's Wife
Hina Kino
as Linel
Erica Lindbeck
as Nori
Kirk Thornton
as Klein/Shack
Lucien Dodge
as Keita
Abby Trott
as Lipia
Akiko Hiramatsu
as Azurika
Takahiro Shimada
as Player
Tomoko Tsuzuki
as Boy
Kenta Sasa
as Barbossa/Attacker
Kunihiro Maeda
as Salamander
Satoshi Tsuruoka
as Dyne
Takagi Tatsuya
as Onlooker
Yûko Hara
as High-School Girl
Lauren Landa
as Sakuya
Hidenobu Kiuchi
as Kurahashi
Mick Lauer
as Dampa/Golgorosso/Gabriel's Dad
Nozomi Yamamoto
as Yolko/Announcer
Hitomi Ueda
as Geero
Kellen Goff
as Brigg/Kosogi/Kubiri/Rengil/Bully/Goblin
Sakura Tange
as Cardinal/Lyceris
Sôta Arai
as Kakouton/Knights of the Blood Member
Saki Fujita
as Skuld
Kevin Connolly
as Heathcliff
Cherami Leigh
as Asuna/Asuna Yuuki
Sakura Nakamura
as Boy
Keith Silverstein
as Shouzou Yuuki
Rie Suegara
as Receptionist/TV Announcer
Brandon Winckler
as Eugeo
Anri Katsu
as Ginrou
Robbie Friedman
Daiki Yamashita
as Jun
Takumu Miyazono
as Dampa
Alan Lee
as Moonphase/Wol-Saeng
Risae Matsuda
as Shop NPC Robot
Derek Stephen Prince
as Kibaou
Kosuke Onishi
as Player
Erica Mendez
as Yuuki
Shiori Mikami
as Mina
Narumi Beppu
as Operator
Richard Epcar
as Thor
Toshiyuki Morikawa
as Seijirou Kikuoka/Chrysheight
Hiroki Yasumoto
as Agil
Rina Hidaka
as Silica/Keiko Ayano
Yoko Honna
as Charlotte
Shizuka Tsuji
as Player
Zach Aguilar
as Talken
Eiichiro Tokumoto
as Army Soldier
Takahiro Sumi
as Lieutenant Nakanishi
Yôji Ueda
as Brigg
Ben Diskin
as Death Gun/Ginro/Player in uniform
Kenji Akabane
as Tetsuo
Nobuyuki Hiyama
as Diavel
Bobby Thong
as Sasamaru
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
as Kirito/Kazuto Kirigaya
Kôta Ôshita
as Onlooker/Player/Thief
Miku Itou
as Frenica
Hiroomi Tamaru
as Player/Army Soldier/Fuurin Kazan Member/Restaurant Customer/Swordsman
Yuuko Mori
as Cain
Tôru Ohkawa
as Heathcliff
Yoshihisa Kawahara
as Middle-aged Man
Deneen Melody
as Ronie Arabel/Laurannei Arabel
Hikaru Hanada
as Deusolbert/Deusolbert Synthesis Seven
Emiri Iwai
as Mei Mei Xiang
Takahiro Miwa
as High-School Boy/Mage
Kaori Ishihara
as Tiese/Stica
Kazuya Yamaguchi
as Reinforcements
Ken'ichirô Matsuda
as Behemoth
Megumi Toyoguchi
as Rosaria
Kosuke Takaguchi
as Ugachi
Aleks Le
as Additional Voices
Max Mittelman
as Jun/Additional Voices
Natalie Hoover
as Yolko
Miyuki Sawashiro
as Sinon/Shino Asada
Chiwa Saitô
as Alicia
Ray Chase
as Salamander/Various
Brian Beacock
as Takeru Higa
Kayli Mills
as Alice
Justine Huxley
as Sheyta
Miyabi Hasegawa
as Mizue Oosawa
Shuuhei Iwase
as Raios
John Snyder
as Thrym
Kôji Yusa
as Kuradeel
Eiji Takeuchi
as Player
Matthew Mercer
as Seijiro Kikuoka/Seijirou Kikuoka/Grimlock
Makoto Takahashi
as Reinforcements
Tokuyoshi Kawashima
as Caynz
Tetsu Inada
as Kobatz
Masashi Yamane
as Shibori
Hirosumi Higuchi
as Squad Member
Maureen Price
as Administrator/Quinella
Sayaka Kanda
as Yuna
Skyler Davenport
as Frenica
Kazuhiro Yamaji
as Shouzou Yuuki
Steve Blum
as Shasta
Yoshio Inoue
as Eiji
Tim Flynn
as Commander
Fumiya Tanaka
as American Player
Yû Sasahara
as Child
Megumi Han
as Sortiliena
Tomohiro Ômachi
as Hoveren
Naoto Kobayashi
as Salamander/Capture Group/Knights of the Blood Member/Mage/Restaurant Customer/Scout/Swordsman
Takashi Ôhara
as Laughing Coffin
Mitsuru Ogata
as Japanese Language Teacher
Takatsugu Awazu
as Reinforcements/Thief
Arisa Nishiguchi
as Moderator
Kouji Takahashi
as Army Soldier/Cait Sith/Fuurin Kazan Member/Onlooker/Player/Restaurant Customer/Salamander/Swordsman
David Neil Black
Erik Scott Kimerer
as Ducker
Hironori Kondo
as Army Soldier/Knights of the Blood Member/Player
Takehito Koyasu
as Oberon/Nobuyuki Sugou
Bryce Papenbrook
as Kirito
Yû Shimamura
as Siune/An Si-eun
Shun'ichi Maki
as Kosogi
Christine Marie Cabanos
as Silica
Nobuyuki Kobushi
as Tecchi
Joe Hernandez
as Hgashi/Shibori
Shôzô Îzuka
as Thrym
Yôko Hikasa
as Endou
Ryûichi Kijima
as Humbert
Hitomi Nabatame
as Fanatio

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2012 | 25 Episodes

Season 2

2014 | 24 Episodes

Season 3
Season 4

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Tokyo Anime Award 2013

Winner

Tokyo Anime Award

Winner

Tokyo Anime Award

TV Category

Behind the Voice Actors Awards 2016

Nominee

Behind the Voice Actors Awards

Best Female Lead Vocal Performance in an Anime Television Series/OVA

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