Tomohisa Mitsuyasu

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Tomohisa Mitsuyasu
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Local 光康 智久 (みつやす ともひさ)
Born November 18, 1955
Birth Place Japan
Nationality Japanese   Japan.svg
Aliases J-Walk Mitsuyasu, Tomohisa, J-Walk

Tomohisa Mitsuyasu is a Japanese musician known for his work as both a guitarist and songwriter in the band J-Walk. In the late 80's and early 90's, Shouei System hired Tomohisa to compose the music to some of their video games. He currently lives in Taito-ku and has two sons, Aru and Yota.

In the video game music community, he is known for composing the music to Idea no Hi, which also appears to be the last game he worked on.

Music Development


Tomohisa said he composed the music in Music Macro Language using Shouei System's music driver. Shouei's music driver was probably written by Yayoi Suzuki, who was sometimes credited for sound effects.


Released Title Sample Notes
1987-04-17 Fist of the North Star (NES) (北斗の拳2 世紀末救世主伝説)
1988-05/-0 Kamen no Ninja: Akakage (FC) (仮面 の 忍者:赤影)
1988-07-19 Mr. Gold: Kinsan in the Space (FDS) (遠山の金さん すぺえす帖)
1990-06-?? Puss 'N Boots: Pero's Great Adventure (NES)
1990-08-24 Conquest of the Crystal Palace (NES) (魔天童子) Arranged by Masaharu Iwata.
1991-03-29 Hokuto no Ken 4: Shichisei Hakenden: Hokuto Shinken no Kanata e (FC)
1992-04-24 Maka Maka (SFC) (摩訶摩訶)
1992-07-10 Hokuto no Ken 5: Legend of the Demonic Shooting Star (SFC) (北斗の拳5 天魔流星伝 哀☆絶章)
1993-12-24 Hokuto no Ken 7: History of the Sacred Fist (SFC) (北斗の拳7 聖拳列伝 伝承者への道)
1994-03-18 Idea no Hi (SFC) (イデアの日)

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