Eri Itou (伊東恵里) is a Japanese vocalist. Her voice has been heard in 'Sona Mi Areru Ec Sancitu' of Panzer Dragoon Saga, 'Anu Orta Veniya' of Panzer Dragoon Orta, and several tracks in Tsubasa Chronicle Future Soundscape I - IV ('voices silently sing', 'once upon a time there was you and me', ect) as a collaboration with Kajiura Yuki.
Lisa Komine (real name: 小峰理紗) is a Japanese singer-songwriter from Tochigi, Japan. Self-taught in composition and solo accompaniment, she took classical music lessons during her elementary school years, though her focus gradually shifted to popular music.
There are at least 4 artists with the name Ayana: 1) 彩菜 (born December 29) is a female Japanese singer-songwriter. She debuted in 1999 as the singer of the opening and ending themes to Key's visual novel Kanon. In 2000, she formed the two-member group Blue Velvet with Shūichi Aoki. She later became a guest vocalist for I've Sound.
Horie Yui (堀江由衣), born September 20, 1976, is a Japanese voice actress and singer. Her role as the popular heroine Multi the android in the Playstation version and anime adaptation of the classic bishoujo game To Heart in 1999 launched a successful career, followed up with a role in the anime adaptaion of the popular Akamatsu Ken comic series Love Hina as the heroine Narusegawa Naru in 2000.
日笠陽子 (Yoko Hikasa) is a Japanese voice actor, best known for her role in the anime けいおん! (K-ON!) as the speaking and singing voice of character Mio Akiyama, who is described as one of the most "moe" characters in anime.
Natsumi Kiyoura (清浦夏実 Kiyoura Natsumi, born July 4, 1990) is a Japanese actress and singer from Chiba. She is represented by the talent agency Oscar Promotion. Her music records have been released under Flying Dog.
Saeko Chiba (千葉 紗子) is a prolific seiyū (voice actress) and singer who was born on August 26, 1977 in Hachinohe, Aomori, Japan, and grew up in Tokyo. She is contracted to Space Craft Produce, a branch of Space Craft Group.
See-Saw (formed in 1993) is a Japanese female pop/rock duo (formerly a trio) originally from Tokyo, Japan consisting of 石川智晶 (Chiaki Ishikawa) (lead vocals) and 梶浦由記 (Yuki Kajiura) (back-up vocals, keyboards). A former member was 西岡由紀子 (Yukiko Nishioka) who left the group in early 1994 to pursue a writing career.