Yoko Mizumoto

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Yoko Mizumoto
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Local 和田 陽子 (わだ ようこ)
Born December 3, 1976
Birth Place Kimitsu, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases むん (Mun)
水元 陽子 (Yoko Mizumoto)

Not to be confused with Yoko Wada.

Yoko Wada (formerly known as Yoko Mizumoto ) is a Japanese composer and sound designer. Her passion for music started when she learned to play piano from her pupils and was in the high school band. She attended Kanda Univeristy and started working for Paon after she graduated. She currently works for Dimension Cruise with her husband, Takafumi Wada.

Even though her current name is Yoko Wada, there is already a composer with that name on this site, so her maiden name will remain.

Music Development

Game Boy Color

Yoko used Junichi Saito's Game Boy sound engine and wrote the music in assembly language. She only composed the music for two games for the handheld.


Released Title Sample Notes
2000-??-?? Mighty! Pang (ARC) (マイティパン)
2000-09-06 Dino Crisis (DC) (ディノ クライシス)
2001-02-12 Kikansha Thomas: Sodor tou no Nakamatachi (GBC) (きかんしゃトーマス ソドーとうのなかまたち)
2001-03-01 Fire ProWrestling D (DC) (ファイヤープロレスリングD)
2001-03-23 Nintama Rantarou: Ninjutsu Gakuen ni Nyuugaku Shiyou no Dan (GBC) (忍たま乱太郎 忍術学園に入学しようの段)
2003-06-05 Fire ProWrestling Z (PS2) (ファイヤープロレスリングZ)
2003-11-14 Double Dragon Advance (GBA) (ダブルドラゴンアドバンス)
2003-12-04 Ashita no Joe: Masseki ni Moe Agare! (GBA) (あしたのジョー まっ赤に燃え上がれ!)
2003-12-04 Ashita no Joe: Masshiro ni Moe Tsukiro! (PS2) (あしたのジョー まっ白に燃え尽きろ!)
2003-12-12 Zatch Bell! Electric Arena (GBA) (金色のガッシュベル!! うなれ!友情の電撃)
2005-06-30 Trapt (PS2) (影牢Ⅱ Dark ilussion) Sound Effects
2009-02-19 Shinjuku no Okami (PS2) (新宿の狼)

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