Kenichiro Fukui

Kenichiro Fukui

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is a Japanese video game composer and musician. Before working at Square Enix, he was employed at Konami. He is an arranger and a keyboardist in the band The Black Mages, formed in 2003. Additionally, Fukui arranged Angela Aki's "Kiss Me Good-Bye" from Final Fantasy XII. In October 2007, he left Square Enix to become a lecturer, although he still works with The Black Mages. His Konami Kukeiha Club nickname was "Funiki Fukui".


Fukui joined the video game company Konami in 1990. He worked on the compositions of "Lethal Enforcers" and "Gakumon no Susume". He was in charge of the keyboard in the KuKeiHa CLUB, and played in the live event at the Budokan in Tokyo.

In 1995, he moved to Osaka to join "Solid", a subsidiary of Square (now Square Enix). He then transferred to Tokyo. While at Square, he worked on such compositions as "Einhänder" and " Scars of the War", and managed such arrangements as "Final Fantasy VII Advent Children" and "Hanjuku Hero".

In 2007, he was appointed at the HAL College of Tokyo (which opened in spring 2009), to give guidance to students seeking to pursue a career in production of music for games, TV and live events.


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