Yuki was born in Kyoto in 1980. Being an active member in a men’s rhythmic gymnastics team in his early years spawned his interest in BGM while selecting songs to complement performances. This led him to begin teaching himself music composition while at university, despite not having a background in music itself. After graduating, Yuki acquired the basics of track making under house techno DJ and sound-maker Hideo Kobayashi and started producing his first range of music accompaniments for dance sports. His experience as a rhythmic gymnast has enabled Yuki to intuitively incorporate an eclectic range of music and produce a unique sound, empowering scenes from TV drama, animation and film.

Yuki has composed the music to My Hero Academia and as additional popular anime including Haikyu!!, Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai, One Piece Film: Gold, Robotics;Notes, Shaman King, Death Parade, Kiznaiver, Welcome to the Ballroom, and more.

Yuki will appear live in the Javits Center to introduce the My Hero Academia Official Live Concert on Friday, Nov 19. This concert event is part of Anime NYC, and Anime NYC admission is required to attend. An additional free My Hero Academia Concert ticket is also required, and will be available on November 16 starting at 6 PM EST / 3 PM PST, first come, first served at animenyc.com/myheroconcert.

This concert is co-organized with the Consulate General of Japan in New York.

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