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Miho Hatori is a Japanese musician, lyricist and music producer born in Tokyo, Japan. Residing in New York City, she co-founded the electronic improvisation band Cibo Matto with Yuka Honda.

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Miho Hatori appeared in the "When She Was Bad" episode of the 1997-2003 television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer as a guest star band playing at the fictional teen hot spot, The Bronze. Two of the band's songs were played during the episode, "Spoon" and "Sugar Water". Their presence in the episode is significant for it establishes one of the more memorable scenes from the series, in which the titular hero, Buffy Summers, performs a sensual, evocative dance with Xander Harris before blowing him off. [1]

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