Joe Hisaishi Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth Movies and Tv Shows

By | January 11, 2024

  Joe Hisaishi Biography

Mamoru Fujisawa, better known as Hisaishi J, is a Japanese composer, musical director, conductor and pianist who has composed more than 100 film scores and solo recordings since 1981. His music is known for experimenting and combining different musical genres. Genres include minimalism, electronic, Western classical, and Japanese classical. He is also an artist and planner.

Joe Hisaishi age

Hisake was born on December 6, 1950 in Fujisawa Mamoru. He is now 73 years old.

Joe Hisaishi height

Hisake Joe’s height is average.

Joe Hisaishi Education

He started studying violin at the Suzuki School Shinichi Violin School at the age of four and started watching hundreds of movies with his father. In 1969 he attended the National Conservatory, where he specialized in musical composition and worked as a musical engraver with minimalist artists.

Joe Hisaishi Family

Jo has collected information about his parents and siblings and we will update this information as soon as we get the information from the reliable site.

Joe Hisaishi girlfriend

Jo did not reveal information about her personal life; However, the investigation is ongoing and this section will be updated soon.

Joe Hisaishi Net Worth

Joe’s estimated net worth is between $1 million and $5 million.

Joe Hisaishi Career

Hisaishi Joe created the music for the 1974 animated series Gyatoruzu and some of his early works. He also wrote the music for “Futari Daka” (A Full Throttle) and “Sasuga no Sarutobi” (Ninja Academy).

Hisaishi’s work is influenced by Japanese pop, electronic music, and new age, including 1970s Japanese electronic band Yellow Magic Orchestra. He started with minimalist ideas and then progressed towards symphonic works. He gave his first public performance around 1975. His debut album “MKWAJU” was released in 1981, and was followed by his second album “Electronic Pop Minimalist Message” a year later. Hajime Ningen Gyatoruz (1974) and Robokko Beeton (1976) were his first major animated works.

As his fame grew, Hisaishi received a nickname from American musician and songwriter Quincy Jones: “Quincy” was said to be “Kuinsh” in Japanese, which can be written using the same kanji. “Hisaishi” is derived from “Joe” and “Jones”.

Joe Hisaishi Movies

  • The Boy and the Heron (2023) Composer
  • Yuzuru Hanyu in Yuzuru Hanyu Ice Story GIFT at Tokyo Dome (2023) Composer
  • Spirited Away: Live on Stage (2022) Composer (original score by)
  • Klay World Remastered: Yellow Seed (2021)Composer
  • Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds (2021) Video Game, Composer
  • Soul Snatcher (2020) Composer
  • Joe Hisaishi: My Neighbour Totoro (2020) Music Video, Composer
  • Joe Hisaishi: World Dreams (2020) Music Video, Composer
  • Shinka no toki (2019) Composer
  • NiNoKuni (2019) Composer
  • Children of the Sea (2019) Composer (as Jô Hisaishi)
  • In This Corner of the World (2018) composer
  • What a Wonderful Family! 3: My Wife, My Life (2018) Composer
  • Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (2018) Video Game, Composer (as Jô Hisaishi)
  • Boro the Caterpillar (2018) Composer

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