Takaki Horigome

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Takaki Horigome
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Local 堀込 高樹 (ほりごめ たかき)
Born 1969-06-01
Birth Place Sakado City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases Polygome, Polykome
Website Unknown

Takaki Horigome is a Japanese professional musician. He is the guitarist and vocalist in the band KIRINJI, in which his younger brother Yasuyuki is also a member. He graduated from Waseda University, School of Letters II, specializing in Oriental Culture. In 1993, Namco contracted Horigome to compose the music to some of their games, as well as a few arrangements. After a few years with the company, Horigome left Namco, and retired from the game industry as a whole, though he continues to compose and perform music. He is known for wearing cell-frame glasses, and in Japan is sometimes referred to as "The man in the KIRINJI glasses".


Released Title Sample Notes
1993-??-?? Pac-Attack (GEN)
With Hiromi Shibano.
1994-??-?? Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures (GEN) With Katsuro Tajima, Junko Ozawa, Yoshinori Kawamoto, and Hiromi Shibano.
1995-03-03 Super Famista 4 (SFC) (スーパーファミスタ4) With Koji Nakagawa and Junko Ozawa.
1996-02-29 Super Famista 5 (SFC) (スーパーファミスタ5) With Koji Nakagawa.
1997-12-11 Klonoa: Door to Phantomile (PS1) (風のクロノア) With various other composers.
2005-07-07 We Love Katamari (PS2) (みんな大好き塊魂) Bluffing Damacy: Arrangement: Guitar and Chorus

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