Sayuri began composing music during her second year of junior high school. In 2012, she was awarded the Grand Prix at the finals of the fifth Music Revolution, a competition sponsored by Yamaha Music. Afterwards, she became active as an indie artist. She adopted the name Sanketsu Shōjo Sayuri (酸欠少女さユり, lit. "Hypoxia Girl Sayuri") which is symbolic of her calling herself a 2.5-dimensional parallel singer-songwriter.
|Year||Title||Peak chart position||Release date|
|Oricon Weekly Singles Chart||Billboard Japan|
|2015||"Mikazuki" (ミカヅキ, "Crescent Moon")||20||35||August 26, 2015|
|2016||"Sore wa Chiisa na Hikari no You na" (それは小さな光のような, "It Is Like A Small Light")||17||15||February 24, 2016|
|2016||"Ru-Rararu-Ra-Rurararu-Ra-" (るーららるーらーるららるーらー, "Ru-Rararu-Ra-Rurararu-Ra-")||TBA||TBA||June 24, 2016|
Awards and nominations
The following table lists out some of the most important awards received by the artist.
|2012||Yamaha Music's 5th Music Revolution||Grand Prix||"るーららるーらーるららるーらー"||Won|
|Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Award||Won|