Japanese musicians born in 1933

Here are 15 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1933:

Shōzō Iizuka

Shōzō Iizuka (May 23, 1933 Iwaki-) also known as Shozo Iizuka, Iizuka Shōzō, Iizuka Syozo, Shouzou Iizuka, Shozo Izuka, Syozo Iizuka, Shôzô Iizuka or Syouzou Iizuka is a Japanese voice actor, actor and narrator.

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Mako Iwamatsu

Mako Iwamatsu (December 10, 1933 Kobe-July 21, 2006 Somis) otherwise known as Makoto Iwamatsu, Mako Wakamatsu, Iwamatsu Mako, 岩松 マコ or Mako was a Japanese actor and voice actor. He had two children, Sala Iwamatsu and Mimosa Iwamatsu.

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Hiroshi Ito

Hiroshi Ito (March 15, 1933 Fukuoka-) is a Japanese voice actor.

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Kiyoshi Kobayashi

Kiyoshi Kobayashi (January 11, 1933 Tokyo Prefecture-) also known as Kobayashi Kiyoshi is a Japanese actor, voice actor and narrator.

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Toshiya Ueda

Toshiya Ueda (February 24, 1933 Sapporo-) also known as Ueda Toshiya is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Kōji Yada

Kōji Yada (April 15, 1933 Tokyo Prefecture-May 1, 2014 Tokyo) also known as Koji Yada, Kouji Yada, Kohji Yada or Yada Kōji was a Japanese voice actor.

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Yoko Ono

Yoko Ono (February 18, 1933 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Ono, Yoko, Plastic Ono Band, Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band, Yoko Onio Lennon, Yoko Ono Lennon, Yôko Ono, Yōko Ono, Ono Yōko or Yåoko Ono is a Japanese singer, artist, musician, film director, film producer, author, film score composer, screenwriter, actor, visual artist and music artist. She has three children, Sean Lennon, Kyoko Chan Cox and Julian Lennon.

Her albums include Season of Glass, Approximately Infinite Universe, Feeling the Space, Fly, New York Rock, Starpeace, Walking on Thin Ice (Pet Shop Boys Remixes), Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band, Blueprint for a Sunrise and Yes, I'm a Witch. Her related genres: Pop music, Rock music, Fluxus, Electronica, Shibuya-kei, Electronic dance music, Dance music, Avant-garde music, New Wave and Experimental music.

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Rokusuke Ei

Rokusuke Ei (April 10, 1933 Tokyo City-) also known as 永六輔 or Ei, Rokusuke is a Japanese writer.

His albums: .

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Akira Miyoshi

Akira Miyoshi (January 10, 1933 Suginami-October 4, 2013) also known as Miyoshi, Akira was a Japanese , .

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Makoto Fujita

Makoto Fujita (April 13, 1933 Ikebukuro-February 17, 2010 Suita) a.k.a. Makoto Harada, 藤田 まこと, はらだ まこと, ふじた まこと, Fujita Makoto, 原田 眞, Harada Makoto, Haguretei Umanosuke or はぐれ亭馬之助 was a Japanese actor, comedian and singer. He had one child, Emiko Fujita.

His albums include はぐれ刑事純情派 主題歌セレクション.

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Tetsuko Kuroyanagi

Tetsuko Kuroyanagi (August 9, 1933 Minato-) a.k.a. Totto-chan is a Japanese presenter and voice actor.

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Toshi Ichiyanagi

Toshi Ichiyanagi (February 4, 1933 Kobe-) also known as Ichiyanagi, Toshi is a Japanese film score composer and composer.

His albums: Opera "From the Works of Tadanori Yokoo" and Obscure Tape Music of Japan, Volume 9: Drip Music.

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Mariko Okada

Mariko Okada (January 11, 1933 Tokyo-) also known as Okada Mariko is a Japanese actor and film producer.

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Susumu Ishikawa

Susumu Ishikawa (July 13, 1933 Ashikaga-October 29, 2012) was a Japanese voice actor, singer, actor and presenter.

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Takeo Watanabe

Takeo Watanabe (April 16, 1933-June 2, 1989) was a Japanese film score composer.

Discography: , , , and . Genres related to him: Music in Japanese animation.

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