In low-metallicity environments, massive stars are more easily formed than in the solar neighborhood. In this article, we see the following examples of low-mass star formation. We first describe the first star formation in the universe and argue that they are typically ordinary-sized massive stars, rather than very massive (> 100M⊙) ones. Next, we see how the metal-enrichment changes the thermal evolution of gas, thereby causing the shift of characteristic stellar mass towards lower mass. Finally, we discuss the possibility of forming supermassive stars in some special conditions in young galaxies.