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Respected Japanese film and television composer Yuki Hayashi came at his career quite accidentally. Born December 31, 1980, Hayashi’s early life was devoted to sports, specifically rhythmic gymnastics. His focus on music began as he discovered how important the right piece of music was to the success of a routine. He taught himiself composing, and then began to study music and musicmaking in earnest. Before the age of 30 he had one of his first great successes with the music for the TV series Triangle. In addition to writing pieces specifically for gymnastic routines, Hayashi scored such popular programs as Legal High, and Rich Man, Poor Woman before getting his first feature film scoring assignment with 2013’s Strawberry Night. His work on the 2014 soundtrack for the movie Ao—Haru—Ride included the standout track “Hahano Byouki”. His first album, Hayashi Seisakusho Oto no Tsumeawase Bin 1, came out in 2016. He would also lend his talents to a number of video games as well as anime series including 2017’s Welcome to the Ballroom, 2019’s Pocket Monster, and 2020’s Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai.