Hiroshi Miyazaki

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Hiroshi Miyazaki
Hiroshi Miyazaki - 1.jpg
Local 宮崎 博 (みやざき ひろし)
Born 1963-10-02
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Miya, ヒロ ミヤザキ (Hiro Miyazaki), 宮代 杉人 (Sugito Miyashiro), Aoi Toshi
Website miyaonmusic.web.fc2.com/index.html

Hiroshi Miyazaki is a Japanese composer was a part of the sound staff at Tecmo. In 1985, he graduated from the Nippon Institute of Technology. In 1988, he joined Tecmo and left in 2007. After that, he worked at IGT's Japan division as a composer, working on their pachislot games. He is known for his work on the "Saruhito as expected" and "Yumegen no Nyoku" pachislots. When the company folded, he continued as a composer for pachislot machines under his own music business, MiyaOnMusic.


Released Title Sample Notes
1989-09-01 Tecmo World Wrestling (NES) (激闘プロレス!! 闘魂伝説) With Keiji Yamagishi, Mayuko Okamura, and Mitsuhito Tanaka.
1989-12-15 Bad News Baseball (NES) (激闘スタジアム!!) With Keiji Yamagishi and Mayuko Okamura.
1989-??-?? Tecmo World Cup '90 (ARC) (テクモカップ´90)
1990-04-06 Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos (NES) (忍者龍剣伝Ⅱ) Sound Effects
1991-06-21 Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom (NES) (忍者龍剣伝III 黄泉の方船) Sound Effects with Keiji Yamagishi.
1991-11-15 Radia Senki: Reimeihen (FC) (ラディア戦記 黎明篇) Sound Effects with Keiji Yamagishi.
1992-??-?? Final Star Force (ARC) (ファイナルスターフォース) With Keiji Yamagishi, Kaori Nakabai, Rika Shigeno, and Masatoshi Arai.
1993-01-01 Tecmo Super Bowl (GEN) (テクモスーパーボウル)
1993-04-03 Captain Tsubasa IV: Professional Rivals (SFC) (キャプテン翼IV プロのライバル達)
1994-12-09 Captain Tsubasa V: Hasha no Shougou Campione (SFC) (キャプテン翼V 覇者の称号カンピオーネ) With Chinatsu Okayasu.
1995-08-10 Ninja Gaiden Trilogy (SNES) (忍者龍剣伝巴) With Takuya Hanaoka.
1996-03-22 V-Goal Soccer '96 (ARC) (Vゴールサッカー'96)
1996-07-25 Tecmo's Deception: Invitation to Darkness (PS1) (影牢 ~刻命館 真章~) With Masaaki Udagawa and Ayako Toyoda.
1996-08-?? Tecmo Super Bowl (PS1) (テクモスーパーボウル)
1998-??-?? Tecmo World Cup '98 (ARC) (テクモワールドカップ’98)
1998-07-23 Kagero: Deception II (PS1) (影牢 刻命館真章)
1999-12-09 Deception III: Dark Delusion (PS1) (蒼魔灯) With Masaaki Udagawa, Saki Ishii, Ayako Toyoda, Takayasu Sodeoka, and Susumu Fujii.
2003-08-14 Monster Rancher 4 (PS2) (モンスターファーム4) With Yutaka Fujishima.


During his career at Tecmo, he was forced along with everyone else to use aliases.

His alias Sugito Miyashiro was used in several games. The "Sugito" part is unclear, but "Miyashiro" is a hodgepodge of his surname. Miya is simply a shortening of his surname, and Shiro is a combination of "Shi Ro" (しろ), as well as "Hiro" (ひろ). These hiragana combined together make up his given name.