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I'm Satou Sasara, 16 year old from Tokyo!
— Sasara, satosasara.com profile
Sato Sasara (さとうささら) is a Japanese CeVIO Creative Studio voice bank by CeVIO Project. Unlike her two companions whose voice banks are primarily for speaking, Sasara is capable of both speaking and singing.
During Comic Market 86, Honda's booth introduced some self-driving cars. One of the models was represented by Meyrin, one of the virtual drivers, who used Sato Sasara's voice. 
Sasara is an ordinary girl who likes anime and video games. She is also optimistic and positive, but makes comical mistakes at times as is her natural tendency. She is "a new face on the internet who is struggling looking for jobs."
Her favourite foods are monjayaki (a type of filled pancake) and ice cream.
Sasara has light brown hair up in a ponytail with a "bob" on the top. She has a touch on the ends being a pinkish-peach kind of color. Sasara for her outfit has a white top and skirt together, with the top having ruffles on the collar end ends of sleeves with a bow to top it off. Her skirt has nothing special, only having ruffles on the bottom to match the top. For Sasara's shoes, she just has a matching pinkish-peach color with a little heel.
Sasara sees Takahashi as her real big brother. Sasara and Takahashi are fairly good friends, but she doesn't know his first name yet.
|Speaking test & Original song|
|SOUND #01. 元気 [Genki (Energetic)]||voice_profile1|
|SOUND #02. 普通 [Futsuu (Normal)]||voice_profile2|
|SOUND #03. 怒り [Ikari (Anger)]||voice_profile3|
|SOUND #04. 哀しみ [Kanashimi (Sadness)]||voice_profile4|
|Genre: Unannounced Tempo: Unannounced Range: Unannounced|
| Released July 7, 2013 by CeVIO Project this voicebank's stable release is CeVIO Creative Studio S and CeVIO Creative Studio Free.
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|Software issues as noted:|
Work in Progress
Examples of UsageEdit
- ↑ http://www.animate.tv/news/details.php?id=1401968380
- ↑ http://www.cinema-life.net/p150925_kokosakecevio/
- ↑ Wikipedia:Japanese name