Manami Kiyota (清田愛未, born April 3) is a Japanese singer-songwriter. She grew up at the base of Mt. Yatsugatake and started taking piano lessons at the age of 4. In junior high, she was a member of the brass band performing the trumpet, as well as performing the Japanese drum and studying classical vocal music in high school.
Hideki Sakamoto is the representative director of the Tokyo videogame music studio Noisycroak. He composed the classical music score to the Playstation 3 and PSP title Echochrome (Mugen Kairo), including operatic vocals in several tracks by the singer Rumiko Kitazono.
Mitsuhiro Kaneda (金田充弘, born on April 29, 1974 in Tokyo) is a video game music composer. He used to work at Opus company where he created scores for Fishing Live Online, Pro Fishing Challenge and Red Ninja: End of Honor.
Kimihiro Abe (阿部公弘, born 1975 in Kamogawa) is a video game music composer, employed at Basiscape. He has composed music for games such as Odin Sphere, Deltora Quest: The Seven Jewels, Opoona, Elminage and Coded Soul.
Maki Kirioka (桐岡麻季, Kirioka Maki) is a Japanese composer for Konami JPN. She is best know for her work on Z.O.E. ZONE OF THE ENDERS and the sequel ANUBIS ZONE OF THE ENDERS (known as ZONE OF THE ENDERS: The 2nd Runner outside Japan). She composed the opening and ending songs as well as some of the in-game music.
杉森雅和 (Masakazu Sugimori) is best known as the composer to the first installment of the Ace Attorney series of videogames (known in Japan as Gyakuten Saiban, literally, "Comeback Courtroom"), an adventure game where players take on the role of a defense attorney, for the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS.
Miyoko Takaoka (高岡美代子) (maiden name: Miyoko Kobayashi, 小林美代子) is a Japanese video game music composer. She is best known for collaboratively composing the soundtracks of Terranigma (天地創造, Tenchi Souzou) (SNES), The Granstream Saga (PS1) and Atelier Judie (PS1) with Masanori Hikichi (曳地正則).