Riya

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Riya
Born February 18
Origin Fukuoka, Japan
Years active 2003–present
Labels Lantis
Associated acts Eufonius
Website www.eufonius.net

Riya (born February 18) is a female Japanese singer[1] from Fukuoka, Japan. In her early career, she admired Akino Arai. Riya eventually became the lead singer and lyricist to the J-pop band Eufonius, which debuted in 2004.

Solo discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "Toki no Mukōgawa", Released March 24, 2005 by Lantis

Albums[edit]

Other songs[edit]

  • "Mawaru Sekai de" (duet with Haruka Shimotsuki; opening theme to PlayStation 2 game Akai Ito)
  • "Tabiji no Hate" (duet with Haruka Shimotsuki; ending theme to Akai Ito)
  • "Dianoia" (opening theme to PC game Saishū Shiken Kujira)
  • "Crescent Moon" (opening theme to Dreamcast & PlayStation 2 game Suigetsu ~mayoigokoro~)
  • "Mag Mell" (opening theme to Clannad)
  • "-Kage Futatsu-" ("-Two Shadows-")/ "Chiisana Tenohira" (ending theme to Clannad)
  • "Hikari no Hō e ~Ashita e no Jumon~ (opening theme to PlayStation 2 game Mabino x Style)
  • "Narcissus" (opening theme to Narcissu: Side 2nd)
  • "Apocrypha" (opening theme to Shinkyoku Sōkai Polyphonica)
  • "Reflectia" (opening theme to True Tears and, in a modified version, as an insert song for Tari Tari)
  • "Hiyoku no Hane" (opening theme to Yosuga no Sora)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Artist - eufonius". YouMix. Retrieved 11 January 2011. 

External links[edit]