Hiromi Satō

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Hiromi Sato (佐藤 ひろ美 Satō Hiromi?, born December 10, 1970) is a Japanese female singer-songwriter from Iwate Prefecture. She has performed for songs for games and anime, such as Mizuiro, Onegai Twins, Green Green, and the Galaxy Angel games. She has also written songs for other artists. Prior to December 10, 2005, her name was written as 佐藤裕美. She is affiliated with ARIA Entertainment. She runs the company S Inc.[1]


During the 1990s, Hiromi Sato sang and played keyboard as part of the indies band Satyagraha.[2][3] The band recorded only one album Park, before disbanding in 2000.[3][4] Sato made her solo singing debut in 2000 with the song "Shield", ending theme for the PC game Kanaria: Kono omoi o uta ni nosete by Front Wing.[5] In October 2001 she released her first major debut album, Looking for sign, a collection of game theme songs she had performed. She started performing theme songs for TV anime in 2003, where she performed the opening theme for the TV anime adaptation of Green Green, "Guri Guri", and the opening theme for Onegai Twins, "Second Flight", which was a duet with Kotoko. The "Second Flight" single reached number 15 on the Oricon charts, charting for 16 weeks.[6] She had her first voice-acting role in the 2005 TV anime Sousei no Aquarion as Rena Rune.

In May 2007, Sato started her own company S Inc., a talent management and music production agency.[1]



  • 2003-08-06: "Guri Guri" - TV anime Green Green opening theme, split single with Yuria
  • 2004-06-25: "Angelic Symphony" - PC game Galaxy Angel Eternal Lovers opening theme
  • 2004-11-26: "Owari Naki Prelude" - PS2 game Galaxy Angel Eternal Lovers ending theme
  • 2004-12-23: "Koeda-chan no Ohayahho-♪" - TV anime Midori no Kuni no Koeda-chan theme song
  • 2005-01-19: "Akatsuki no Sora o Kakeru" - TV anime Grenadier: Hohoemi no senshi theme song (terrestrial broadcast)
  • 2005-03-30: Sugar season vol.1: Harukaze
  • 2005-06-29: Sugar season vol.2: Natsuhana
  • 2005-07-13: "Milktea Kiss" - PC game Magical Canan -RISEA- theme song
  • 2005-07-21: "Hello Goodbye" - PC game Green Green 3: Hello Goodbye opening theme
  • 2005-08-03: "Toki no Musoubana" - TV anime Kidō Shinsengumi Moeyo Ken opening theme
  • 2005-10-26: Sugar season vol.3: Akitsuki
  • 2005-12-21: Sugar season vol.4: Fuyu Koi
  • 2005-12-23: "Tears in snow" - PC game True Tears opening theme
  • 2006-03-17: "Dream Maker" - Radio show Satou Hiromi no Komideji opening theme
  • 2006-07-28: "Cause your love ~shiroi melody~" - PS2 game Galaxy Angel II: Zettai Ryōiki no Tobira ending theme
  • 2006-11-24: "Venus Dream" - TV anime Mamoru-kun ni Megami no Shukufuku o! ending theme
  • 2007-08-24: "Sayonara" - TV anime Mushi-Uta ending theme
  • 2008-06-25: "Taiyō no Aria" - PS2 game Galaxy Angel II: Eigō Kaiki no Toki opening theme
  • 2008-12-17: "Amber World" - PC game Amber Quartz opening theme
  • 2009-08-26: "Sorairo" - PC game Sorairo opening theme


  • 2001-10-30: Hiromi Sato Game Theme song Collection ~Looking for sign~
  • 2003-01-22: Sugar kiss ~Theme Song Collection~
  • 2005-02-24: Angelica
  • 2007-05-25: Brilliant Moon
  • 2009-02-04: Merry! Merry-Go-Round
  • 2014-12-21: Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire: Super Music Collection - Appeal☆Love


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