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Kenji Ito is a video game music composer, most well known for composing the vast majority of the ''VideoGame/{{SaGa}}'' series, as well as some of the ''VideoGame/WorldOfMana'' series and various other games. Most of his work has been for [[Creator/SquareEnix Squaresoft or SquareEnix]], but he is now a freelance composer. Ito specializes in a style of music that encourages peaceful relaxation, especially in happy moments. In a game's less happy moments, his music is often known for its wandering, yearning style.

!!Video Game Music
* ''VideoGame/ChildrenOfMana'' (2006, along with TakayukiAihara and MasaharuIwata): Ito's return to composing original music for the ''World of Mana'' series.
* ''VideoGame/ChocobosDungeon 2'' (1999, along with YasuhiroKawakami, TsuyoshiSekito and KumiTanioka)
* ''ChocoboRacing'' (1999)
* ''ConcertoGate'' (2007, along with HirokiKikuta): Together, these two composers composed all the music for the first three ''VideoGame/WorldOfMana'' games, and this was the first time they both composed original music for a new game together.
* ''CrossGate [[ExpansionPack Power Up Kit]] 2 Heavenly Eggs'' (2003)
* ''CrossGate Power Up Kit 3 Heavens' Knight and Fortune's Songstress'' (2004)
* ''[[{{Culdcept}} Culdcept Saga]]'' (2008)
* ''CuldceptSecond'' (2001)
* ''VideoGame/DawnOfMana'' (2006, along with RyuichiSakamoto, TsuyoshiSekito and MasayoshiSoken)
* ''GekikuukanProBaseball: The End of the Century 1999'' (1999)
* ''GuitarFreaks V6 Blazing!!!'' and ''DrumMania V6 Blazing!!!'' (2009, along with many others)
* ''HanjukuHero 4: 7-Jin no Hanjuku Hero'' (2005, along with NobuoUematsu)
* ''HeroMustDie'' (2008)
* ''KoiWaBalance: Battle of Lovers'' (1995)
* ''VisualNovel/LuxPain'' (2007, along with YasuyukiSuzuki)
* ''MonsterKingdom: Jewel Summoner'' (2006, along with ShinjiHosoe, MasaharuIwata, TsukasaMasuko, YasunoriMitsuda, TakahiroOgata, HitoshiSakimoto, AyakoSaso, YokoShimomura, YasuyukiSuzuki)
* ''VisualNovel/OokamiKakushi'' (2009)
* ''PopNMusic 13 Carnival'' (2006, along with many others)
* ''PopNMusic 16 Party'' (2008, along with many others)
* ''VideoGame/{{Romancing SaGa}}'' (1992): This marked Ito being the exclusive composer for the ''[=SaGa=]'' series for four consecutive titles.
* ''VideoGame/{{Romancing SaGa 2}}'' (1993)
* ''VideoGame/{{Romancing SaGa 3}}'' (1995)
* ''RomancingSaGaMinstrelSong'' (2005, along with TsuyoshiSekito)
* ''VideoGame/SaGa2: Hihou Densetsu'', known in North America as ''Final Fantasy Legend II'' (1990, along with NobuoUematsu); Ito's first composition credit. [[labelnote:And the other two games?]]Uematsu composed the first ''[=SaGa=]'' game, ''VideoGame/{{Makai Toshi SaGa}}'' (''The Final Fantasy Legend'') but none of the later games in the series. ''VideoGame/{{SaGa 3}}'' (''Final Fantasy Legend III'') fell to RyujiSasai and ChihiroFujioka. Ito's next ''[=SaGa=]'' composition would be ''Romancing [=SaGa=]''.[[/labelnote]]
** ''[=SaGa=] 2: Hihou Densetsu'' (2009): Ito returned to rearrange the soundtrack for the DS remake.
* ''VideoGame/SagaFrontier'' (1997): Ito's final exclusive composition in the series. For ''SaGaFrontier2'', he was replaced with MasashiHamauzu.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyAdventure'' (1991): The first ''VideoGame/WorldOfMana'' game had Ito's mark. He would not compose for any future ''World Of Mana'' games until over a decade later.
** ''VideoGame/SwordOfMana'' (2003, arranged by YokoShimomura): Ito was not directly involved -- his 1991 soundtrack was arranged by Shimomura.
* ''ShadowHearts: Covenant'' (2004, along with RyoFukuda, YoshitakaHirota, TomokoKobayashi and YasunoriMitsuda)
* ''{{Tobal}} No. 1'' (1996, along with MasashiHamauzu, YasuhiroKawakami, NorikoMatsueda, YasunoriMitsuda, JunyaNakano, RyujiSasai and YokoShimomura)
* ''VideoGame/WildCard'' (2001)
* ''VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaV'' (2012, alongside [[NobuoUematsu Earthbound Papas]])
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