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Takanori Arisawa (April 2, 1951 November 26, 2005) was an award-winning Japanese {{anime}} composer before his death by cancer at age 54. Self-taught, he wrote the soundtracks for many notable anime shows, especially for Creator/ToeiAnimation, but also for advertisements too and many Tokyo-based shows. He admired the UsefulNotes/{{Hollywood}} sound, particularly drawing inspiration from TV shows of TheSeventies.

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Takanori Arisawa (April 2, 1951 November 26, 2005) was an award-winning Japanese {{anime}} composer before his death by cancer at age 54. Self-taught, he wrote the soundtracks for many notable anime shows, especially for Creator/ToeiAnimation, but also for advertisements too and many Tokyo-based shows. He admired the UsefulNotes/{{Hollywood}} Hollywood sound, particularly drawing inspiration from TV shows of TheSeventies.


Takanori Arisawa (April 2, 1951 November 26, 2005) was an award-winning Japanese {{anime}} composer before his death by cancer at age 54. Self-taught, he wrote the soundtracks for many notable anime shows, especially for {{Toei Animation}}, but also for advertisements too and many Tokyo-based shows. He admired the UsefulNotes/{{Hollywood}} sound, particularly drawing inspiration from TV shows of TheSeventies.

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Takanori Arisawa (April 2, 1951 November 26, 2005) was an award-winning Japanese {{anime}} composer before his death by cancer at age 54. Self-taught, he wrote the soundtracks for many notable anime shows, especially for {{Toei Animation}}, Creator/ToeiAnimation, but also for advertisements too and many Tokyo-based shows. He admired the UsefulNotes/{{Hollywood}} sound, particularly drawing inspiration from TV shows of TheSeventies.


Takanori Arisawa was an award-winning {{anime}} composer before his death by cancer at age 54. Self-taught, he wrote the soundtracks for many notable anime shows, especially for {{Toei Animation}}, but also for advertisements too and many Tokyo-based shows. He admired the UsefulNotes/{{Hollywood}} sound, particularly drawing inspiration from TV shows of TheSeventies.

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Takanori Arisawa (April 2, 1951 November 26, 2005) was an award-winning Japanese {{anime}} composer before his death by cancer at age 54. Self-taught, he wrote the soundtracks for many notable anime shows, especially for {{Toei Animation}}, but also for advertisements too and many Tokyo-based shows. He admired the UsefulNotes/{{Hollywood}} sound, particularly drawing inspiration from TV shows of TheSeventies.


[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngepUV14s_Y&feature=related Rest in peace, Takanori]].

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[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngepUV14s_Y&feature=related Rest in peace, Takanori]].
Arisawa-san]].



** ''Anime/DigimonAdventureZeroTwo''

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** ''Anime/DigimonAdventureZeroTwo''''Anime/DigimonAdventure02''


* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' series (Seasons 1-4)

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* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' series (Seasons 1-4)series
** ''Anime/DigimonAdventure''
** ''Anime/DigimonAdventureZeroTwo''
** ''Anime/DigimonTamers''
** ''Anime/DigimonFrontier''


* Manga/AskDrRin
* [=Bikkuriman=] and Super Bikkuriman
* Franchise/{{Digimon}} series (Seasons 1-4)
* Don-Don Domel to Ron
* VideoGame/GalaxyFrauleinYuna
* Manga/GoldfishWarning
* Manga/KamenNoNinjaAkakage

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* Manga/AskDrRin
''Manga/AskDrRin''
* [=Bikkuriman=] ''[=Bikkuriman=]'' and Super Bikkuriman
''Super Bikkuriman''
* Franchise/{{Digimon}} ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' series (Seasons 1-4)
* Don-Don ''Don-Don Domel to Ron
Ron''
* VideoGame/GalaxyFrauleinYuna
''VideoGame/GalaxyFrauleinYuna'' (both the video games and the [[OriginalVideoAnimation OVA's]] based on it)
* Manga/GoldfishWarning
''Manga/GoldfishWarning''
* Manga/KamenNoNinjaAkakage''Manga/KamenNoNinjaAkakage'' (ending theme, the actual soundtrack to the series was composed by Shunsuke Kikuchi)



* Moeru!! Robokon
* Anime/SailorMoon series
* Series/SesameStreet (Japanese version)
* VideoGame/TalesOfEternia
* Anime/YumeNoCrayonOukoku

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* Moeru!! Robokon
''Moeru!! Robocon''
* Anime/SailorMoon series
TheNineties ''Anime/SailorMoon'' anime (and its video games)
* Series/SesameStreet ''Series/SesameStreet'' (Japanese version)
* VideoGame/TalesOfEternia
''VideoGame/TalesOfEternia''
* Anime/YumeNoCrayonOukoku
''Anime/YumeNoCrayonOukoku''


* GalaxyFrauleinYuna

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* GalaxyFrauleinYunaVideoGame/GalaxyFrauleinYuna





* {{Galaxy Fraulein Yuna}}

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* {{Galaxy Fraulein Yuna}}GalaxyFrauleinYuna



* {{Sesame Street}} (Japanese version)
* VideoGame/{{Tales of Eternia}}
* {{Yume no Crayon Oukoku}}

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* {{Sesame Street}} Series/SesameStreet (Japanese version)
* VideoGame/{{Tales of Eternia}}
VideoGame/TalesOfEternia
* {{Yume no Crayon Oukoku}}Anime/YumeNoCrayonOukoku


* [[Anime/KingyoChuihou Goldfish Warning]]

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* [[Anime/KingyoChuihou Goldfish Warning]]Manga/GoldfishWarning


Arisawa's first award was the 1993 Golden Disk Grand Prize from Columbia Records. He also won the JASRAC International Award, meaning he has the most international royalties, largely due to ''Manga/SailorMoon'''s worldwide popularity.

The incredibly large collection of his ''Manga/SailorMoon'' score can be found [[http://sailormusic.net/ here.]]

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Arisawa's first award was the 1993 Golden Disk Grand Prize from Columbia Records. He also won the JASRAC International Award, meaning he has the most international royalties, largely due to ''Manga/SailorMoon'''s ''Anime/SailorMoon'''s worldwide popularity.

The incredibly large collection of his ''Manga/SailorMoon'' ''Anime/SailorMoon'' score can be found [[http://sailormusic.net/ here.]]



* {{Sailor Moon}} series

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* {{Sailor Moon}} Anime/SailorMoon series


* {{Kamen no Ninja Akakage}}

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* {{Kamen no Ninja Akakage}}Manga/KamenNoNinjaAkakage


Takanori Arisawa was an award-winning {{anime}} composer before his death by cancer at age 54. Self-taught, he wrote the soundtracks for many notable anime shows, especially for {{Toei Animation}}, but also for advertisements too and many Tokyo-based shows. He admired the {{Hollywood}} sound, particularly drawing inspiration from TV shows of TheSeventies.

Arisawa's first award was the 1993 Golden Disk Grand Prize from Columbia Records. He also won the JASRAC International Award, meaning he has the most international royalties, largely due to ''SailorMoon'''s worldwide popularity.

The incredibly large collection of his ''SailorMoon'' score can be found [[http://sailormusic.net/ here.]]

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Takanori Arisawa was an award-winning {{anime}} composer before his death by cancer at age 54. Self-taught, he wrote the soundtracks for many notable anime shows, especially for {{Toei Animation}}, but also for advertisements too and many Tokyo-based shows. He admired the {{Hollywood}} UsefulNotes/{{Hollywood}} sound, particularly drawing inspiration from TV shows of TheSeventies.

Arisawa's first award was the 1993 Golden Disk Grand Prize from Columbia Records. He also won the JASRAC International Award, meaning he has the most international royalties, largely due to ''SailorMoon'''s ''Manga/SailorMoon'''s worldwide popularity.

The incredibly large collection of his ''SailorMoon'' ''Manga/SailorMoon'' score can be found [[http://sailormusic.net/ here.]]


* Ask Dr. Rin!

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* Ask Dr. Rin!Manga/AskDrRin

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Takanori Arisawa was an award-winning {{anime}} composer before his death by cancer at age 54. Self-taught, he wrote the soundtracks for many notable anime shows, especially for {{Toei Animation}}, but also for advertisements too and many Tokyo-based shows. He admired the {{Hollywood}} sound, particularly drawing inspiration from TV shows of TheSeventies.

Arisawa's first award was the 1993 Golden Disk Grand Prize from Columbia Records. He also won the JASRAC International Award, meaning he has the most international royalties, largely due to ''SailorMoon'''s worldwide popularity.

The incredibly large collection of his ''SailorMoon'' score can be found [[http://sailormusic.net/ here.]]

[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngepUV14s_Y&feature=related Rest in peace, Takanori]].
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!!Shows Takanori Arisawa composed the score for:

* Ask Dr. Rin!
* [=Bikkuriman=] and Super Bikkuriman
* Franchise/{{Digimon}} series (Seasons 1-4)
* Don-Don Domel to Ron
* {{Galaxy Fraulein Yuna}}
* [[Anime/KingyoChuihou Goldfish Warning]]
* {{Kamen no Ninja Akakage}}
* King's Brunch (opening theme)
* Moeru!! Robokon
* {{Sailor Moon}} series
* {{Sesame Street}} (Japanese version)
* VideoGame/{{Tales of Eternia}}
* {{Yume no Crayon Oukoku}}
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