Ayumi Miyazaki

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Ayumi Miyazaki (宮崎歩 Miyazaki Ayumi?) or Ayumi for short (born August 25, 1971) is a Japanese singer and composer.

Miyazaki has sung several songs in the Digimon series.[1] He sang the evolution theme song for Digimon Adventure called "Brave Heart" and its Digimon Adventure Tri remix. He also sang the two evolution theme songs for Digimon Adventure 02, called "Break Up"[2] and "Beat Hit!" In addition, he sang the second evolution theme for Digimon Frontier, called "The Last Element". Moreover, he collaborated with other Digimon song artists in Yūki o Uketsugu Kodomotachi e (勇気を受け継ぐ子供達へ?, lit. "To the Children Who Inherit Courage") and "WE ARE Xros Heart! ver. X7".[3] He also sang the theme song for Mushrambo, called "Power Play".

His father is Naoshi Miyazaki (宮崎 尚志)and his elder brother is Michi Miyazaki (宮崎 道), who are both composers. He was a guest at Expo Anime Brasil 2006 in São Paulo.[4][5]

Digimon Singles[edit]

  • Brave Heart
  1. "Brave Heart" (June 25, 1999)
  2. "Shinka de Guts~"
  3. "Brave Heart (Original Karaoke)"
  4. "Shinka de Guts" (Original Karaoke)
  • Break Up! (May 10, 2000)
  1. "Break Up!"
  2. "Zettai All Right ~Digimental Up!~" (Armor Shinkers)
  3. "Break Up! (Original Karaoke)"
  4. "Zettai All Right~Digimental Up!~" (Original Karaoke)
  • Beat Hit! (February 11, 2001)
  1. "Beat Hit!"
  2. "Forever Friends" (Hassy)
  3. "Beat Hit!" (Original Karaoke)
  4. "Forever Friends" (Original Karaoke)
  • The Last Element (February 5, 2003)
  1. "The Last Element"
  2. "Miracle Maker" (Spirit of Adventure)
  3. "The Last Element" (Original Karaoke)
  4. "Miracle Maker" (Original Karaoke)


  1. ^ "Retrospectiva 2006 – Parte 1: Anime Songs (músicas de animês)". Universo Online (in Portuguese). 27 December 2006. Archived from the original on 20 August 2010. Retrieved 20 August 2010. 
  2. ^ Doi, Hitoshi. "CDs: Break Up". Seiyuu Database. Retrieved 6 March 2012. 
  3. ^ "We Love DiGiMONMUSiC SPECiAL Yuuki wo Uketsugu Kodomo Tachi e - Odaiba Memorial 8/1 Keikaku". CDJapan. Retrieved 6 March 2012. 
  4. ^ "Ayumi Miyazaki Biography @ AnimeCons". Retrieved 6 March 2012. 
  5. ^ "Brazil Hosts Two Anime Cons This Weekend". Anime News Network. Retrieved 6 March 2012. 

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