Takkyu Ishino

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Takkyu Ishino
Native name 石野 卓球
Birth name Fumitomi Ishino
Born (1967-12-26) December 26, 1967 (age 47)
Shizuoka, Shizuoka
Origin Japan
Genres Techno
Occupation(s) Singer, DJ, music producer
Years active 1985–present
Labels Ki/oon Records
Associated acts Denki Groove
Website takkyuishino.com

Takkyu Ishino (石野 卓球 Ishino Takkyū?), born December 26, 1967 in Shizuoka, Japan, as Fumitomi Ishino (石野 文敏 Ishino Fumitoshi?) is a Japanese composer and music producer. He is a member of the technopop group Denki Groove.



  • "anna - letmein letmeout" (1999)
  • "Stereo Nights" (2001)
  • "Takbam" (2001)
  • "Anthem - 2002 FIFA World Cup Official Anthem" (2002)
  • "The Rising Suns" (2004)


  • Dove Loves Dub (1995)
  • Berlin Trax (1998)
  • throbbing disco cat (1999)
  • KaraokeJack (2001)
  • The Album: Okamura & Takkyu (2003)
  • Title #1 (2004)
  • Title #2 + #3 (2004)
  • Titles (European edition) (2005)
  • Cruise (2010)
  • The Wire 1999-2012 (2012)

DJ mix albums[edit]

  • Mix Up Vol. 1 (1995)
  • DJF400 (1998)
  • In the Box / Live at WOMB Tokyo (2003)
  • A Pack to The Future (2005)

Other involvements[edit]

  • In Yer Memory (1995)
The theme music from Katsuhiro Otomo's Memories.
The soundtrack of the PlayStation game.
An album by Jean Michel Jarre, released in 1998. It contains remixes of tracks from Jean Michel Jarre's Oxygène 7–13 album, as well as the "Rendez-Vous 98" single. It also contains a computer program, JArKaos, a scaled down version of the ArKaos software used by Jarre to produce visual accompaniment to his music at concerts. JArKaos allows users to manipulate visuals using their computer keyboard while listening to the album. Ishino produced a remix for "Oxygene 8" called "Takkyū Ishino Extended Mix".
The soundtrack for Maplestory's most current update.

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