Kaze mo Sora mo Kitto description
"Kaze mo Sora mo Kitto..." (lit. "The Wind, the Sky, Surely...") is the eleventh single by Japanese recording artist Arisa Mizuki. It was released on April 20, 1996 as the second single from Mizuki's third compilation album Fiore II. The title track was written by Chika Ueda and served as ending theme for the final season of the TV Asahi anime Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon, Sailor Stars. Two versions of the song were used on the show: an initial version, arranged by Takao Konishi (episodes 167-172), and the actual single version (episodes 173-199), arranged by Hiroyuki Ōtsuki. Show Kaze mo Sora mo Kitto piano sheet
Alisa Mizuki description
Alisa Mizuki is a Japanese actress, singer, and model. Mizuki is represented by the talent agency Vision Factory. Born in Nerima, Tokyo to a Japanese father and Japanese-American mother, Mizuki began modelling for magazines and appearing in commercials at the age of 4. She first appeared in television series in 1983, but made her official acting debut in 1991, in the Fuji TV drama Mō Dare mo Aisanai. In 1992, Mizuki landed her first leading role in the Fuji TV drama Hōkago. She later starred in the popular series Nurse no Oshigoto, which, after producing four seasons, was also made into a film, Nurse no Oshigoto: The Movie (2002). Mizuki won the Japan Academy Award for Best Newcomer for her performance in Chō Shōjo Reiko (1991) and later earned a Japan Academy Award nomination for Best Actress for her role in Bokunchi (2003). More piano sheets by Alisa Mizuki
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