Akira Miyagawa

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Akira Miyagawa (宮川 彬良 Miyagawa Akira) is a Japanese composer and conductor known for his work in musical theater and television. He was born in Tokyo in 1961, and entered the industry composing for the Shiki Theater Company and Tokyo Disneyland while studying at the Tokyo University of the Arts. He is the son of Hiroshi Miyagawa, the composer of the classic anime Space Battleship Yamato, and has continued his father's work on the series. Akira Miyagawa composed the original Japanese score for the Hoshi no Kābī anime, including its first opening theme and both ending themes. However, he was not involved in rearranging music from the games. Some of his work for the anime was reused in Kirby Air Ride and Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

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  • Akira Miyagawa is credited under "Special Thanks" in Kirby Air Ride and Super Smash Bros. Brawl. In Air Ride, his name is misspelled as 宮川 良 in the Japanese version.