Eiko Ishiwata

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Eiko Ishiwata
石渡 絵衣子
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St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Alma mater
  • The Art Institute of Vancouver
  • Bishop Strachan School
  • Composer
  • Game Designer
  • Multi-instrumentalist
Years active2002–present

Eiko Ishiwata (石渡 絵衣子) is a multi-instrumentalist, game designer, composer and life long JRPG fan from St. John's, Newfoundland. [1] [2] She attend and taught at the the Art Institute of Vancouver receiving the Professional Recording Arts diploma in 2006, studied classical animation at Sheridan College and was a graduate of The Bishop Strachan School. Eiko started professionally composing music for video games and film in 2002 and has released several acoustic arrangements of Final Fantasy music composed by Nobuo Uematsu. [3] [4]

Eiko co-composed the English language theme for Pretty Cure[5] and has collaborated on several films with Director Terry Miles[6].

Her song Akari from The Girl and the Robot was preformed in the Montreal Video Game Symphony by Dina Gilbert and the Montreal Symphony Orchestra in 2017 and the Orchestre Symphonique de Québec in 2018.[7][8]

Eiko directed Hiroki Kikuta on the Earthlock soundrack and is currently the music supervisor at Snowcastle Games. [9]

In 2019, Eiko formed her own transmedia company named Studio Ishiwata focused on Japanese Shōwa period inspired retro projects.[10]



  • Pretty Cure (2005)[11]
  • A Night for Dying Tigers (2010) [12]
  • Recoil (2011) [13]
  • Cinemanovels (2013) [14]


All works listed below were solely composed by Kikuta unless otherwise noted.

Year Title Notes Ref.
2011 Hogworld: Gnart's Adventure Composer [15]
2012 Crazy Crab Composer [16]
2012 Chibi Fortune Composer [17]
2013 Pocket Oceans Composer [18]
2016 The Girl and the Robot Composer [19]
2016 Earthlock: Festival of Magic Composer [20]

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