Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. YAsuhiro Kawakami is a Japanese video game composer and sound programmer who was employed at Square from 1991 to 1999. HE created music for three games and was the sound programmer for Rudra no Hih . KAwakami frequently collaborated with fellow composer Ryuji Sasai. YAsuhiro Kawakami joined Square (now Square Enix) in 1991 where he was assigned to compose the 1992 title Final Fantasy Mystic Quest (known as Mystic Quest Legend in Europe) alongside Ryuji Sasai. KAwakami was responsible for most of the setting themes, while Sasai contributed the rock-based tracks. IN 1996, he collaborated with Sasai again as the sound programmer for Rudra no Hih ; Sasai created the score. FOr the PlayStation game Tobal No. 1 (1996), Kawakami was part of one of the largest number of composers to have ever been featured on a Square soundtrack. THe other composers were Yasunori Mitsuda, Sasai, Masashi Hamauzu, Junya Nakano, Kenji Ito, Noriko Matsueda, and Yoko Shimomura. HE created three compositions for the game, and helped to ensure that the console''s resources were tested fully before working on the score.