Yoshito Hirano is a Japanese video game music composer who has scored music under Nintendo/Intelligent Systems. He is known most as the music composer for the Advance Wars franchise (also called Famicom Wars DS in Japan).
Together, 桜庭統 (Motoi Sakuraba) and 田村信二 (Shinji Tamura) have composed the music for most of Namco's Tales RPG series, starting with Tales of Phantasia. A notable exception was Tales of Legendia, composed by 椎名豪 (Masaru Shiina, a.k.a. Go Shiina).
中河健 (Ken Nakagawa) and 阿知波大輔 (Daisuke Achiwa), or 中河健、阿知波大輔, are the members of the Gust Sound Team who composed the soundtrack to Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis and Mana Khemia 2: Fall of Alchemy.
Yuka Tsujiyoko (辻横 由佳 Tsujiyoko Yuka) is a Japanese video game music composer for Nintendo. She is the music composer for the Fire Emblem video game franchise, which was not released outside Japan until 2003, and several other Intelligent Systems developed games.
Hidenori Iwasaki (岩崎英則) is a Japanese video game music composer currently working at Square Enix. He first worked as a synthesizer programmer before becoming a composer. His first work as a solo composer is Front Mission 4.
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.
Norikazu Miura (Kanji: 三浦憲和) is the former composer and collaborator of multiple video game soundtracks, including Genso Suikoden series. For furter list on his works, please visit: http://vgmdb.net/artist/747
Masahiko Kimura is a Japanese music composer and pianist working for Konami, best known for his work on Suikoden III and Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow with Michiru Yamane. With Motoaki Furukawa, Kimura also worked on Castlevania 64's soundtrack.