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Katayama Sayuri

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Katayama Sayuri

Katayama Sayuri is a Japanese actress, singer and lyricist.


  • Name: Katayama Sayuri (片山さゆり, 片山沙有里)
  • Other Names: SAYURI
  • Birthdate: July 3, 1979 (1979-07-03) (age 38)
  • Birthplace: Imari, Saga Prefecture, Japan
  • Blood Type: A
  • Height: 166cm
  • Weight: 46kg
  • Hobbies: Jogging, Watching Moon and Stars, Guitar, Candle, Collecting Postcards
  • Special Skills: Piano, Jazz Dance


Katayama Sayuri was born July 3rd, 1979 in Saga prefecture, Japan. She studied at Horikoshi High School as a student and knew popular Japanese pop singer Mizuki Nana there. Since 2007, she has written lyrics to several songs by Mizuki Nana. She was first noticed in the public eye playing Sailor Star Fighter in the Sera Myu musicals from 1996 to 1998. Since then she has released a solo maxi-single and mini-album, with the two tracks from her debut single providing the opening and ending themes for the PlayStation 2 game Steady×Study.






  • [1997] Tenshi ni KISS
  • [1998] Watashitte Hen?


  • [2003] Fight Girls


  • [1997] Bourbon
  • [2003] NTT DoCoMo


Songs by Nana Mizuki

  1. Nostalgia (released on 14 November 2007 on Nana's album GREAT ACTIVITY)
    • Composition: Tlast, Arrangement: Shinya Saito
  2. Soradokei (空時計) (released on 6 February 2008 on Nana's single Starcamp EP)
    • Composition, arrangement: Tsutomu Ohira
  3. Gozen Reiji no Baby Doll (午前0時のBaby Doll) (released on 21 January 2009 on Nana's single Shin'ai)
    • Composition: Ryouhei Sugita, Arrangement: Nishi-ken
    • Ending theme for radio show Gold Rush: Nana Mizuki's M world (GOLD RUSH ★水樹奈々のMの世界★)
  4. Mr. Bunny! (released on 3 June 2009 on Nana's album ULTIMATE DIAMOND)
    • Composition: Wakabayashi Makoto, Arrangement: Shinya Saito
  5. Strobe Cinema (ストロボシネマ) (released on 7 July 2010 on Nana's album IMPACT EXCITER)
    • Composition, arrangement: Shogo Ohnishi
    • Ending theme for Tokyo FM Nana Mizuki's M world (水樹奈々のMの世界)

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