Michiru Yamane (山根 ミチル Yamane Michiru?) is a Japanese video game music composer. She is primarily known for her work on the Castlevania series and other Konami games, including Suikoden. Her debut composition was TwinBee (prequel of Stinger, as it was renamed in the United States).

Michiru Yamane performed her music from the Castlevania series live on cembalo at the fourth Symphonic Game Music Concert in Leipzig, Germany on August 23, 2006. She also played A Toccata into Blood Soaked Darkness on a giant pipe-organ at the Press Start video game music concert and Wood-Carved Partita in Leipzig. She left Konami in 2008 and became an independent music composer. She also appeared at Castlevania: The Concert and played an arrangement of "Dance of Pales" on the piano.

Castlevania production roles

Other works


See also

  • Soundtracks - Contains Castlevania soundtracks composed by Michiru Yamane.
  • Music (category) - Contains Castlevania music composed by Michiru Yamane.


  1. Vampire Killer and Clockwork medley.

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