Sneha Girap (Editor)

Shinkichi Mitsumune

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Name  Shinkichi Mitsumune

Role  Composer
Shinkichi Mitsumune wwwfacemusiccojp2artistphotoppmitsumunejpg
Albums  Rozen Maiden OST, Rozen Maiden
Music director  Revolutionary Girl Utena, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light, Ike: Countdown to D-Day
Similar People  J A Seazer, Kunihiko Ikuhara, Haruka Shimotsuki, Atsuko Enomoto, Megumi Hayashibara

Shinkichi mitsumune battle of rose rozen maiden ost epicmusicvn

Shinkichi Mitsumune (光宗 信吉 Mitsumune Shinkichi) (born October 8, 1963) is a Japanese composer who writes music primarily for anime.


Speed Grapher OST: Memory of music box + Sorrow


Mitsumune is a native of Fukuoka City in Fukuoka Prefecture and a graduate of Rikkyo University with a degree in business. He started studying music at the age of 4. After graduating from college, he toured music festivals across Japan as a keyboardist for a Marine band, and later for musicians such as Yukie Nishimura. Starting in 1995, he lent his skills to composing anime and movie scores with a full orchestra.


  • Nurse Angel Ririka SOS (1995)
  • VS Knight Lamune & 40 Fire (1996)
  • Revolutionary Girl Utena (1997)
  • Cyber Team in Akihabara (1998)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters (2000)
  • Little Snow Fairy Sugar (2001)
  • Dragon Drive (2002)
  • Green Green (2003)
  • Rozen Maiden (2004–2005)
  • Negima!: Magister Negi Magi (2005)
  • Speed Grapher (2005)
  • Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora (2006)
  • Zero no Tsukaima (2006)
  • Asatte no Houkou (2006)
  • Sky Girls (2007)
  • Zero no Tsukaima: Futatsuki no Kishi (2007)
  • Zero no Tsukaima: Princess no Rondo (2008)
  • Mahou Sensei Negima 2 (2009)
  • Zero no Tsukaima F (2012)
  • Rozen Maiden (2013)
  • Amagi Brilliant Park (2014)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS (2017)
  • OVA

  • FLCL (2000)
  • Love Hina Again (2002)
  • Sky Girls (2006)
  • Theatrical

  • Love and Pop (live action) (1998)
  • Revolutionary Girl Utena (1999)
  • Cyber Team in Akihabara (1999)
  • Contributions

  • For Megumi Hayashibara: Nostalgic Lover, Cherish Christmas, Asu ni Nare
  • For Maria Yamamoto: Snow Flower
  • For Power Puff Souls (a group made up of the voice actress who star in the Japanese version of The Powerpuff Girls): Cream Puff Shuffle (Japanese theme song)
  • References

    Shinkichi Mitsumune Wikipedia