Harumi Fujita

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Harumi Fujita
藤田 晴美
Also known asMrs. Tarumi
Tondabayashi, Osaka, Japan
GenresVideo game music, chiptune
Occupation(s)Composer, musician
Years active1984–present
LabelsBrave Wave Productions[1]

Harumi Fujita (藤田 晴美, Fujita Harumi, born 1961 in Tondabayashi, Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese composer and sound effects designer best known in the video game community for her work at Capcom.[2][3]


Year Title Role Notes
1984 Mad Crasher Music
1985 Ghosts 'n Goblins Sound effects
1986 The Speed Rumbler Music With Tamayo Kawamoto
1987 Bionic Commando
Makai Island
Ide Yosuke Meijin no Jissen Mahjong With Manami Matsumae
Tiger Road With Tamayo Kawamoto
1988 1943 Kai With various others
1989 Final Fight
Willow Sound programming
1990 Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers Music
Gargoyle's Quest With Yoko Shimomura
Mega Man 3 With Yasuaki Fujita
1994 Skyblazer
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kondo wa Puzzle de Oshioki yo! With Yasuaki Fujita
Panic in Nakayoshi World
1995 Tottemo! Lucky Man
Todd McFarlane's Spawn: The Video Game
Zenkoku Juudan Ultra Shinri Game
Pulstar Staff
1996 Fuuun Gokuu Ninden Music
Punky Skunk With Yasuaki Fujita
Cooly Skunk: Demo
1997 Tomba! With Nao Hatsutani
Rabbit With Atsuyoshi Isemura
Metal Slug: Super Vehicle - 001 Other Special thanks
1998 Blazing Star Music With Seisuke Ito
Hellnight With various others
1999 Magical Tetris Challenge Game Boy Color version
2012 Abobo's Big Adventure Uses music from previous games
2016 Gal★Gun: Double Peace Other Special thanks
2019 Spidersaurs Music [4]
2020 Streets of Rage 4 With various others[5]
2022 Windjammers 2 With various others


  1. ^ "Artists". Brave Wave. Retrieved 23 August 2015.
  2. ^ "Harumi Fujita". VGMdb. Retrieved 9 September 2013.
  3. ^ Greening, Chris. "Harumi Fujita Interview: Ghosts, Goblins, and Gargoyles". Video Game Music Online. Retrieved 19 August 2015.
  4. ^ Sherman, Jennifer. "Game Composer Harumi Fujita Attends Otakon 2020". Anime News Network. Retrieved 14 February 2020.
  5. ^ Wong, Alistair. "Hideki Naganuma No Longer Composing Streets of Rage 4 Soundtrack Due to Scheduling Complications". Siliconera. Retrieved 20 March 2020.