This is a list of composers who worked on TYPE-MOON franchise.

Hideyuki FukasawaEdit

Hideyuki Fukasawa (深澤 秀行, Fukasawa Hideyuki?) was the composer for Mahou Tsukai no Yoru and Ufotable adaptation of Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works].

James Harris Edit

James Harris is a composer. He has worked on Fate/stay night [Réalta Nua], Fate/hollow ataraxia, Fate/Extra CCC, Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star, and Fate/Grand Order.


Keita Haga (芳賀 敬太, Haga Keita?), also known as KATE, is a composer in TYPE-MOON. He has worked on the lyrics of some of the music from Fate/stay night, Fate/hollow ataraxia and the visual novel Tsukihime.

Kenji KawaiEdit

Kenji Kawai (川井 憲次, Kawai Kenji?) was the composer for the Studio Deen adaptation of Fate/stay night television series and Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works movie.

NUMBER 201Edit

NUMBER 201 has worked on Fate/stay night and Tsukihime.

Shinji HosoeEdit

Shinji Hosoe (細江慎治, Hosoe Shinji?) was the composer for Fate/Extra.

Tatsuya KatouEdit

Tatsuya Katou (加藤達也, Katou Tatsuya?) was the composer for Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA anime, both seasons of Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA 2wei! anime and World Conquest Zvezda Plot anime.


TECHNOBOYS PULCRAFT GREEN-FUND is group of composers consisting of Tomohisa Ishikawa (石川智久, Ishikawa Tomohisa?), Tooru Fujimura (フジムラトヲル, Fujimura Tooru?) and Youhei Matsui (松井洋平, Matsui Youhei?). They worked on Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA 3rei!! anime.

Toshiyuki OomoriEdit

Toshiyuki Oomori (大森俊之, Oomori Toshiyuki?) was the composer for the anime adaptation of Tsukihime.

Yasuharu TakanashiEdit

Yasuharu Takanashi (高梨康治, Takanashi Yasuharu?) was the composer for Carnival Phantasm OVA and Fate/Prototype short.

Yuki KajiuraEdit

Yuki Kajiura (梶浦 由記, Kajiura Yuki?) was the composer for Kara no Kyoukai films, Fate/Zero television series and Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel] films. She also composed the music for Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] television series as the guest composer. She formed the group Kalafina.

Nasu Kinoko was impressed with Yuki Kajiura and Kalafina in Kara no Kyoukai, he thought it was so amazing that he couldn't imagine anyone else taking over. Nasu got a strong sense that they were trying to create a kind of synergy between the visuals and the music to maximize the effect of the movie, and felt each song matches each scene perfectly. Initially, Nasu was surprised that they were going to use seven different theme songs, one apiece for each chapter, but now he is really glad that they did it that way.[1]

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