Here are 17 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1946:
Masaaki Sakai (August 6, 1946 Setagaya-) otherwise known as The Spiders, Machaaki, Masaaki Kurihara or Kurihara Masaaki is a Japanese singer, actor, comedian and presenter. He has two children, Kikuno Kurihara and Koharu Kurihara.
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Tomomichi Nishimura (June 2, 1946 Chiba Prefecture-) a.k.a. Nishimura Tomomichi, T. Nishimura, Tomimichi Nishimura or Tomoichi Nishimura is a Japanese voice actor and narrator.
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Akira Kamiya (September 18, 1946 Yokohama-) otherwise known as Kamiya Akira, Kamiya, Sakebi no Kamiya, Kamiya, Akira or Akki-san is a Japanese voice actor, actor and singer.
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Takuro Yoshida (April 5, 1946 Okuchi-) otherwise known as Yoshida, Takuro, Ken Irie or Irie Ken is a Japanese singer-songwriter.
His albums: Golden☆Best: 吉田拓郎 the Live Best (disc 2), THE BEST PENNY LANE, 無人島で…。, , , 2000 BEST, , , and . Genres: Folk music, Rock music, J-pop and Pop music.
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Reiko Ohara (November 13, 1946 Bunkyō-August 3, 2009 Setagaya) also known as Reiko Ôhara was a Japanese actor.
Her discography includes: .
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Ryūsuke Ōbayashi (March 13, 1946 Fukuoka Prefecture-) a.k.a. Ryusuke Obayashi, Ryuunosuke Oobayashi, Ryūnosuke Ōbayashi, Ryunosuke Obayashi, Shōchi Ōbayashi, Ryunosuke Ohbayashi, Obayashi, Ryusuke or Oobayashi, Ryuunosuke is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Katsuhisa Hōki (October 30, 1946 Nagasaki Prefecture-) also known as Katsuhisa Hôki, Hōki Katsuhisa, Katsuaki Hōki, Hōki Katsuaki or Katuhisa Houki is a Japanese actor and voice acting in japan.
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Masaharu Satō (July 1, 1946 Ōta, Tokyo-) also known as Masaharu Sato, Masaharu Satoh, Seiji Satô, Masaharu Satou, Satō Masaharu, Satō or M. Satoh is a Japanese voice actor.
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Kenichi Mikawa (May 15, 1946-) also known as Ken'ichi Mikawa or Yoshikazu Momose is a Japanese presenter and singer.
His albums include Best 16.
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Yō Inoue (December 4, 1946 Tokyo-February 28, 2003 Tokyo) a.k.a. Yumi Urushikawa, Shitsukawa Yumi, Yumi Shitsukawa, Yô Inôe or Yô Inoue was a Japanese voice actor, screenwriter and dancer.
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Toshio Furukawa (July 16, 1946 Ohira-) also known as Furukawa Toshio or Topio is a Japanese guitarist, actor, playwright, voice actor, musician and voice acting in japan.
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伊藤君子 (July 11, 1946 Kagawa Prefecture-) also known as Kimiko Itoh or Itoh, Kimiko is a Japanese singer.
Discography: An Evening With Kimiko Itoh, Follow Me, Best of Best - Selected by Kiyoshi Itoh, Follow Me and Once You've Been In Love. Genres: Jazz.
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Ryudo Uzaki (February 23, 1946 Kyoto-) also known as Ryûdô Uzaki, Ryuudou Uzaki, Uzaki Ryūdō, Shuji Kimura, Kimura Shuji or Uzaki, Ryudo is a Japanese actor, composer, musician, film director, singer, voice actor and film score composer.
His albums: , Baby|Remember, SMOKE & BOURBON, , , , , RYUDO UZAKI with Big Sound Society, and Sweet Soul Ballad.
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Joe Yamanaka (September 2, 1946 Yokohama-August 7, 2011 Yokosuka) a.k.a. 城アキラ, Akira Yamanaka, Joe, Yamanaka Akira, 山中明, Akira Joh, Akira Jo or Jô Yamanaka was a Japanese actor, professional boxer, singer and musician.
His albums include Herbsman Hustling, Naw No Mercy, Sometimes and Man from Judah. Genres he performed: Rock music, Psychedelic rock, Reggae and Group Sounds.
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Yūko Shiokawa (June 1, 1946 Tokyo-) also known as Yuuko Shiokawa is a Japanese violinist.
Her most recognized albums: Piano Trios / Notturno / Arpeggione Sonata and Fantasie C- Dur für Klavier / Fantasie C- Dur für Violine und Klavier (feat. András Schiff, Klavier; Yuuko Shiokawa, Violine).
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Nana Kinomi (July 11, 1946 Sumida, Tokyo-) a.k.a. Mariko Ikeda, Kinomi Nana, Kinomi, Nana or 木の実 ナナ is a Japanese singer and actor.
Her albums include .
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Yoshiaki Hoshi (March 16, 1946 Japan-October 1, 2004) was a Japanese musician and composer.
Genres he performed: New-age music.
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