Japanese composer and musician Seiji Yokoyama was born in Hiroshima on 17 March 1935.
He studied at Kunitachi College of Music, and wrote incidental music for many radio, TV and video anime projects. He received a JASRAC award in 1992 for his work on the Saint Seiya TV anime.
He died in Sera, Hiroshima, on 8 July 2017, aged eighty-two.
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