A few of her prominent anime roles embody Kotomi Ichinose in Clannad, Rin in Inuyasha, Kotori Monu in X, Aoi Kannazuki in Kaitō Tenshi Twin Angel, Durandal in Honkai Impression 3rd, Haruka Nogizaka in Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu, UMP9 in Women’ Frontline, Fiel Nirvalen in No Sport No Life, Sawako Kuronuma in Kimi ni Todoke, and Satellizer L. Bridget in Freezing. There are four animated films with unique storylines written by Katsuyuki Sumisawa, the writer for the Inuyasha anime collection. Noto has launched several character songs and albums charted in Oricon and were a guest on the Otakon and Anime Expo conventions held in the United States. Noto was nominated in the first Seiyu Awards for her work as Yakumo Tsukamoto at school Rumble and Masane Amaha in Witchblade.
In 1995, Noto entered Hokuriku Gakuin High school. After graduating from Baba Elementary Faculty in Kanazawa Metropolis in 1992, she entered Kanazawa City Koshomachi Junior Highschool. The final logo with the internationally established brand MTV2 fit better to the overall appearance so that at first, it was referred to as MTV2 The Pop Channel or MTV2. The emblem remained identical all through. The process is completed with Inuyasha merchandise virtually all the other characters from the collection. Although it was launched on an identical day as volume 46, Again From Blind, the ebook solely covers material up to volume 37, Beauty Is So Solitary. It was released in Japan on October 20, 2010, in both DVD and Blu-ray formats. As of February 2010, Inuyasha had over 45 million copies in circulation.
She played Minami Asakura in touch, Akane Tendo in Ranma ½, Satsuki Kusakabe in My Neighbor Totoro, Near in Death Note, Jean Roque Raltique in Nadia: The key of Blue Water, Kikyō in Inuyasha, and Patricia O’Sullivan of Mischievous Twins: The Tales of St. Clare’s. Inuyasha and Sesshomaru were voted first and third, respectively, in her characters class. As seen from the primary design drafts, MTV Pop was originally meant because of the title. On 30 September 2002, volume 1 and 14 April 2003, quantity 2, two CD compilations were released in cooperation with Polystar beneath the name MTV2 Pop – Top hits Nonstop!. From January 2003 to 11 September 2005, there were repeated fluctuations in market share.