Here are 15 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1936:
Saburō Kitajima (October 4, 1936 Shiriuchi-) a.k.a. Saburo Kitajima is a Japanese singer, composer and lyricist. He has four children, Ryu Ōno, Makoto Ōno, Reiko Mizumachi and Satoko Ōno.
His albums include 花の兄弟 and . Genres he performed include Enka.
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Takeshi Aono (June 19, 1936 Asahikawa-April 9, 2012 Hachioji) also known as Aono Takeshi or Takesi Aono was a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Masako Nozawa (October 25, 1936 Arakawa, Tokyo-) also known as Nozawa, Masako, Masako Tsukada, Tsukada Masako, Nozawa Masako or Mako is a Japanese actor, voice actor, singer and narrator.
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Katsuhisa Hattori (November 1, 1936 Tokyo-) is a Japanese conductor, musician, film score composer and music arranger. He has one child, Takayuki Hattori.
His albums include Infinite Ryvius Original Soundtrack I, 星界の戦旗Ⅱ オリジナル・サウンドトラック, Seikai No Monshou OST [Crest of the Stars], , and Banner of the Stars OST. Genres he performed include Film score.
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Toshiko Sawada (September 14, 1936 Fukuoka Prefecture-) also known as Sawada Toshiko is a Japanese voice actor.
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Eiko Masuyama (April 22, 1936 Tokyo-) also known as Masada Tomoko, Tomoko Masada or Masuyama Eiko is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Sanji Hase (January 2, 1936 Tokyo-March 8, 2002 Toshima) a.k.a. Hirao Hase was a Japanese actor and voice actor. His child is Arihiro Hase.
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Takeshi Watabe (March 21, 1936 Kōchi Prefecture-December 13, 2010 Japan) otherwise known as Watabe Takeshi, Masato Maeno or Takeshi Watade was a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Kōtarō Satomi (November 28, 1936 Fujinomiya-) a.k.a. Kunitoshi Sano, Kotaro Satomi, Koutaro Satomi, Kôtarô Satomi or Satomi, Kotaro is a Japanese actor. He has one child, Keisuke Sano.
His most recognized albums: .
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Maki Ishii (May 28, 1936 Tokyo-April 8, 2003 Kashiwa) also known as Ishii, Maki or いしいまき was a Japanese film score composer and composer.
Discography: Xenakis: Pléiades / Ishii: Concertante (Percussion de Strasbourg feat. marimba: Keiko Abe).
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Kōsei Tomita (February 4, 1936 Tokyo Prefecture-) a.k.a. Kōkichi Tomita, Kôsei Tomita, Kousei Tomita, Kosei Tomita, Tomita Kōsei or Tomita Koukichi is a Japanese voice actor, entrepreneur, actor and narrator.
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Kazuo Umezu (August 3, 1936 Kōya, Wakayama-) also known as Kauzo Umezu or Kazuo Umezz is a Japanese author, actor, musician, artist, writer and visual artist.
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Toshiaki Tsushima (May 22, 1936 Okayama Prefecture-November 25, 2013 Meguro) a.k.a. Tsushima Toshiaki, Riso Tsushima, Toshiaki Tsushoma or Tsuhima Toshiaki was a Japanese film score composer.
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Sumiko Sakamoto (November 25, 1936 Osaka-) is a Japanese actor and singer.
Related albums: 夜が明けて.
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Tadanori Yokoo (June 27, 1936 Hyōgo Prefecture-) is a Japanese artist, film director, actor, screenwriter, cinematographer and film editor.
His albums include Cochin Moon.
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