Toshiko Ezaki is a composer, singer, songwriter, and producer from Kyoto, Japan.
She has composed many songs for well-known Japanese artists, such as Kosuke Atari and Misaki Usuzawa, and has sung background vocals for several more.
Ms. Ezaki has also composed music and performed vocal work on many television and radio commercials, and has created instrumental pieces both internationally and in her home country of Japan.
In 2002, Ms. Ezaki was put in charge of composing the music and singing the ending theme song for the animated cartoon series Pocket Monsters (or ‘Pokemon’) and again, in 2012, composed and sang background vocals on Pokemon’s ending theme song.
In addition to her compositions, Ms. Ezaki produces CDs for indie artists on her own label, Moss Green Records, works as a voice trainer and crystal bowl player, and continues to perform live in front of audiences across southern and central Japan.
Released "Apple tea" on Blow Wind Records in 2001.
Released "Spices" on Moss Green Records in 2004.
Released collaborative album "Musk" with composer and pianist Ryuji Iuchi in 2005.
Released "Eight Children" on Moss Green Records in 2008.
Released "Voice Painting" on Moss Green Records in 2010.
Released "Arbol Grande" on Moss Green records in 2015.