Sword Art Online is commonly known for its action-packed episodes, an incredible range of characters, and rampant drama. However, the series is most reputable for its soundtrack and background music done by the talented Yuki Kaijura. At the Aniplex Online Fest, Kajiura dives into the behind-the-scenes of her music creation and provides an incredible perspective in anime music. When she was first presented the series, Kaijura thought it had a cute artstyle. But after reading through the dense light novel material, she found a different kind of depth in the story and fell in love with it. Kaijura has always been a gamer and had her own dream of seeing a full-dive game released during her lifetime. To work on Sword Art Online meant fulfilling both her interest in the series and her dreams. For the main Sword Art Online franchise, Kaijura is often requested to make broad theme music and background music with vague guidelines. Many of these pieces end up being rather subdued and dispersed throughout the episodes due to time constraints.
She has provided the music for several popular anime series, such as the final Kimagure Orange Road movie, Noir ,. She was born on August 6, , in Tokyo, Japan. She has been into music since and accompanying her father on the piano. Her family later moved to West Germany because of her father's work. Kajiura wrote her first composition when she was seven years old titled " Thank you, Good-bye" as a farewell for her grandmother before leaving Japan. Kajiura moved back to Japan when she was in middle school and later graduated from college. She began working as a systems engineering programming until that she decided to focus more on music. In , See-Saw participated in another Mashimo's project,.
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