Japanese musicians born in 1935

Here are 11 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1935:

Isao Takahata

Isao Takahata (October 29, 1935 Ise-) otherwise known as Takahata, Isao, Paku-san, Tetsu Takemoto or Takahata Isao is a Japanese film director, animation director, film producer, screenwriter and translator.

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Yukiji Asaoka

Yukiji Asaoka (July 23, 1935 Tsukiji-) also known as Asaoka Yukiji, Kato Yukie, Shinsui Michiyuki, Yukie Kato, Yukie Katsuta or Katsuta Yukie is a Japanese singer, actor, dancer and voice actor. Her child is called Mayuko.

Her discography includes: , , , and .

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Hisako Kyōda

Hisako Kyōda (February 22, 1935 Tokyo Prefecture-) also known as Hisako Kyoda, Naoko Kyoda, Hisako Kyouda, Naoko Kyôda, Kyōda Hisako, Naoko Kyooda or Hisako Kyôda is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Hiroshi Wakasugi

Hiroshi Wakasugi (May 31, 1935 New York City-July 21, 2009) was a Japanese conductor and teacher.

His albums include Symphonies: In E major / In C major, A Flock Descends Into the Pentagonal Garden and Coral Island / Water Music / Vocalism Ai.

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Teiji Ito

Teiji Ito (January 22, 1935 Tokyo-August 16, 1982 Haiti) a.k.a. 伊藤貞司 or Itō Teiji was a Japanese film score composer, composer and performer. He had one child, Tavia Ito.

His albums include King Ubu, Tenno, Watermill, Meshes: Music for Films and Theater and The Shamanic Principles. Genres he performed: Ballet.

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Seiji Yokoyama

Seiji Yokoyama (March 17, 1935 Hiroshima-) a.k.a. Yokoyama Seiji or 横山 菁児 is a Japanese film score composer.

His most recognized albums: , Saint Seiya Original Soundtrack VI, Saint Seiya Original Soundtrack VII, 交響組曲 宇宙海賊キャプテンハーロック, Saint Seiya - Eternal Files 05 & 06, Saint Seiya Original Soundtrack V, Saint Seiya - 1990 - Original Soundtrack King Of The Underworld, 聖闘士星矢 音楽集Ⅱ, 聖闘士星矢 音楽集Ⅳ ~神々の熱き戦い~ and Saint Seiya - Hit CD II - Under Any Kind of Star.

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Keiko Hanagata

Keiko Hanagata (June 2, 1935 Tokyo-) also known as 花形 恵子 or Hanagata Keiko is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

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Shūsei Nakamura

Shūsei Nakamura (March 9, 1935 Tokyo Prefecture-March 1, 2015) also known as Shuusei Nakamura, Hideo Nakamura, Shunsuke Hongô, Nakamura Hideo or Shûsei Nakamura was a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Seiji Ozawa

Seiji Ozawa (September 1, 1935 Shenyang-) is a Japanese conductor, music director and actor. He has two children, Yukiyoshi Ozawa and Seira Ozawa.

His albums: Symphony No. 1 in D Boston Symphony Orchestra - Ozawa, New Year's Concert 2002, Symphony no. 2, Violin Concertos, Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra / Janacek: Sinfonietta, Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection", Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1 / Rachmaninoff: Solo Piano Works, The Nutcracker / Sleeping Beauty, Lalo: Symphonie Espagnole / Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen and Prokofiev: Piano concerto no. 2 / Ravel: Piano concerto in G major.

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Akihiro Miwa

Akihiro Miwa (May 15, 1935 Nagasaki-) otherwise known as Akihiro Maruyama, Akihiko Maruyama, Maruyama Akihiro or Miwa Akihiro is a Japanese drag queen, actor, singer, author, theatre director, composer, voice actor, singer-songwriter and tarento.

His albums include .

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Satomi Oka

Satomi Oka (September 15, 1935 Hyōgo Prefecture-) is a Japanese actor and secretary.

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