Japanese musicians born in 1940

Here are 10 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1940:

Ruriko Asaoka

Ruriko Asaoka (July 2, 1940 Changchun-) also known as Asaoka Ruriko or Nobuko Muto is a Japanese actor.

Her most well known albums: and .

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Ken-Ichiro Kobayashi

Ken-Ichiro Kobayashi (April 9, 1940 Japan-) also known as Kobayashi, Kenichiro is a Japanese conductor.

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Masahiko Tsugawa

Masahiko Tsugawa (January 2, 1940 Nakagyō-ku, Kyoto-) also known as Mashiko Sawamura, Masahiko Katô, Masahiko Sawamura, Masahiko Makino, Makino Masahiko, Kato Tsugawa Paradis, Tsugawa Masahiko, Katō Masahiko, マキノ雅彦, マキノ まさひこ or Masahiko Kato is a Japanese actor and film director. His child is Mayuko.

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Ikuo Nishikawa

Ikuo Nishikawa (September 11, 1940 Ehime Prefecture-) also known as Nishikawa Ikuo is a Japanese voice acting in japan.

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Minori Matsushima

Minori Matsushima (December 1, 1940 Funabashi-) a.k.a. Matsushima Minori or 松島みのり is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Mitsuo Senda

Mitsuo Senda (March 1, 1940 Hokkaido-) is a Japanese voice actor.

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Yūji Fujishiro

Yūji Fujishiro (February 26, 1940 Chiba Prefecture-) also known as Fujishiro Yūji or Yûji Fujishiro is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Toshiyuki Hosokawa

Toshiyuki Hosokawa (December 15, 1940 Kokura-January 14, 2011 Tokyo) also known as 細川 俊之 or Hosokawa Toshiyuki was a Japanese actor. His child is called .

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Koichi Morita

Koichi Morita (February 25, 1940-) is a Japanese composer and singer.

His related genres: Kayōkyoku, Pop music and Folk rock.

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Kyōhei Tsutsumi

Kyōhei Tsutsumi (May 28, 1940-) is a Japanese composer.

His albums: , and . Genres he performed: Enka, Soft rock, Easy listening, Pop music and Rock music.

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