Sayuri Sugawara (born June 29, 1990) is a J-pop (Actually more J-R&B/Urban and even J-Rock on some days) musician whose career began in 2008 and gained overseas popularity when her songs Kimi Ga Iru Karanote and Eternal Love were featured as the two main but non-international themes for Final Fantasy XIII.
- Ano Hi No Yakusoku
- Kimi Ga Iru Kara
- Sunao Ni Narenakute
- "Suki" No Iu Kotoba
- Asu Ni Naru Mae Ni
- Habataku Kimi e
- Kimi Ni Okuru Uta
- First Story
- Close To You
Her work includes examples of:
- Feather Motif: Her music videos as of late (Asu Ni Naru Mae Ni uses snow instead of feathers to keep with its winter/christmas theme)
- Gratuitous English: Dear my friend... in Kimi Ga Iru Kara.
- I love you/With all my heart... I'll never forget you in Forever.
- Only have one wish in Asu Ni Naru Mae Ni.
- Basically, half her songs have this.
- Incredibly Long Note: She likes this trope.
- Let's Duet: With Miss Monday and SUNYA
- Lucky Charms Title: The ... in 'Forever...
- Lyric Swap: A lot.
- Rock-Star Song:... ROCKSTAR.
- Self-Backing Vocalist
- Silly Love Songs: She does a lot of these.
- Surprisingly Good English: As of Forever... her english seems to be improving, as long as she's speaking it.
- One-Woman Wail: Kimi Ga Iru Kara and Forever...
- Waxing Lyrical: Forever...