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Yuki Hayashi (composer)

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Yuki Hayashi
Native name
林 ゆうき
Born (1980-12-31) December 31, 1980 (age 38)
Kyoto, Japan
Occupation(s)Musician, composer, arranger
Years active2009-present
LabelsLegendoor
WebsiteOfficial Legendoor page

Yuki Hayashi (林 ゆうき, Hayashi Yūki, born December 31, 1980) is a Japanese composer and arranger best known for his work on the soundtracks for TV drama, anime, and films. His most famous works include Triangle (in collaboration with Hiroyuki Sawano), Zettai Reido, Diabolik Lovers, Asa ga Kita, Haikyū!! and My Hero Academia.[1][2] He was born in Kyoto, Japan, and is currently represented by Legendoor, a music recording company.

Biography

Hayashi used to be an athlete for Men's Rhythmic Gymnastics and then he became fascinated by background score when selecting gymnastics floor music. Although he had no experience in producing music before, he started learning to compose himself during college years. He sold one of his pieces for 5000 yen to junior players as their gymnastics background music, and progressively more orders came after other teams heard his works.[3] After graduation, he became an apprentice of Hideo Kobayashi to learn beatmaking and meanwhile, he also began making background music for dancesport.[4]

Discography

Personal album

  • Hayashi Seisakusho~Oto No Tsumeawase Bin 1 (Feb, 2016)

Television dramas

  • Triangle (2009, with Hiroyuki Sawano)
  • BOSS (2009, with Hiroyuki Sawano and Takafumi Wada)
  • Jyouou (2009)
  • Left-Eye Detective EYE (2010)
  • Zettai Reido (2010)
  • Tumbling (2010, Rhythmic gymnastics floor music)
  • Perfect Report (2010)
  • Strawberry Night series
  1. SP Strawberry Night (Nov, 2010)
  2. TV Drama Strawberry Night (Jan-Mar, 2012)
  3. Strawberry Midnight (Jan, 2013)
  4. SP Strawberry Night: After the Invisible Rain (Jan, 2013)
  • Zettai Reido 2 (2011)
  • Taisetsu na Koto wa Subete Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta (2011)
  • BOSS 2nd Season (2011)
  • Asuko March!~Kenritsu Asuka Kougyou Koukou Koushinkyoku~ (2011)
  • Last Money: Ai no Nedan (2011)
  • DOCTORS: Saikyo no Mei series
  1. DOCTORS: Saikyo no Mei (2011)
  2. SP DOCTORS: Saikyo no Mei (2013)
  3. DOCTORS2: Saikyo no Mei (2013)
  4. DOCTORS3: Saikyo no Mei (2015)
  • Legal High series
  1. Legal High (2012, with Yuji Ono in Episode 7)
  2. SP Legal High (2013)
  3. Legal High 2nd Season (2013)
  • Rich Man, Poor Woman series
  1. Rich Man, Poor Woman (2012)
  2. Rich Man, Poor Woman in New York (2013)
  • Emergency Interrogation Room series
  1. Emergency Interrogation Room (2014)
  2. Emergency Interrogation Room Second Season (2017)
  • Kazoku Ikari (2014)
  • Yoshiwarauradonshin (2014)
  • Genkai Shyuraku Kabushiki Gaisha (2015)
  • -The Angel and the Demon- (2015)
  • The God of Risk (2015)
  • Asa ga Kita (2015)
  • Fragile (2016, with Asami Tachibana)
  • Good Partner: Muteki no Bengoshi (2016)
  • War of Lie (2017, with Asami Tachibana)
  • I'm Your Destiny (2017)
  • My Lover's Secret (2017, with Asami Tachibana)
  • Hitoshi Ueki and His Pupil (2017)
  • May I Blackmail You? (2017)
  • Oh My Jump! -Shōnen Jump Saves the World- (2018)
  • Signal: Chōki Mikaiketsu Jiken Sōsahan (2018, with Asami Tachibana)
  • Fuhatsu-dan -Burakku Manei o Ayatsuru Otoko- (2018)
  • Sakanoue Animal Clinic Story (2018)

Movies

  1. Pretty Cure Dream Stars! (2017)
  2. KiraKira☆PreCure à la Mode: Crisply! The Memory of Mille-feuille! (2017)

Anime

  1. Diabolik Lovers (2013)
  2. Diabolik Lovers More, Blood (2015, with Sachi)
  1. Gundam Build Fighters (2013)
  2. Gundam Build Fighters Try (2014, with Asami Tachibana)
  1. Haikyū!! (2014)
  2. Haikyū!! Second Season (2015)
  3. Haikyū!! Karasuno High School vs Shiratorizawa Academy (2016)
  1. My Hero Academia (2016)
  2. My Hero Academia 2nd Season (2017)
  3. My Hero Academia 3rd Season (2018)
  1. Kirakira PreCure a la Mode (2017)
  2. Hugtto! PreCure (2018)

Television programmes

  • Mr. Sunday (2010, Fuji TV)
  • Close-up Tohoku (2011, NHK)
  • Tsuiseki! Shinsou No File (2012, NHK)
  • Athlete No Tamashi (2012, NHK)
  • Sports Plus (2013, NHK)
  • World Sport MLB (2015, NHK)
  • 66th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen Opening Theme "Zattsu Oomisoka" (2015, NHK)

Video games

  • Alice Order (2015)

Sports

  • 2013 National Inter-High School Championships Men's Rhythmic Gymnastics- Aomoriyamada Music
  • 2015 MISS POLEDANCE JAPAN Ayaka Sakai Music

CM

  • Kyoto Animation "Ajisai" CM(2011)
  • Social Game Dragon Tactics Winter CM (2012-2013)

References

  1. ^ "Interview Hayashi Yūki". Crypton. Retrieved 22 January 2016.
  2. ^ "平成27年度後期 連続テレビ小説「あさが来た」出演者発表!". NHK. Retrieved 22 January 2016.
  3. ^ 篠原良一郎 (17 April 2012). "リーガル・ハイ 林ゆうき スコア・インタビュー!! | Soundtrack Detective". リーガル・ハイ 林ゆうき スコア・インタビュー!! | Soundtrack Detective. Retrieved 24 January 2016.
  4. ^ "林ゆうき / Yuki Hayashi Profile". legendoor.
  5. ^ "Junji Ito 'Collection' Anime Reveals Visual, Staff, January 7 Premiere". Anime News Network. 12 October 2017. Retrieved 18 November 2017.
  6. ^ "New Tiger & Bunny Anime Project Revealed as Double Decker! Doug & Kirill Original Anime Series". Anime News Network. March 16, 2018. Retrieved March 18, 2018.