Here are 20 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1949:
Shūichi Ikeda (December 2, 1949 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Ikeda Shūichi, Shuuichi Ikeda, Syuuichi Ikeda or Shuichi Ikeda is a Japanese actor and voice actor.
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Eikichi Yazawa (September 14, 1949 Hiroshima-) a.k.a. 矢沢永吉, やざわ えいきち or Yazawa Eikichi is a Japanese singer and songwriter. His child is Yoko Yazawa.
His most recognized albums: Anytime Woman, THE ORIGINAL 2, E. Y 90'S, Ari yo Saraba, E.Y 70'S, Last Song, Only One -touch up-, YOUR SONGS 3, YOUR SONGS 1 and YOUR SONGS 2. Genres he performed include Music of Japan and Rock music.
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Masachika Ichimura (January 28, 1949 Kawagoe-) a.k.a. Ichimura Masachika is a Japanese actor, singer and voice actor.
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Rihoko Yoshida (January 24, 1949 Tokyo-) also known as Yoshida Rihoko or Rihoko Tamegai is a Japanese voice actor and talent manager.
Her albums include .
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Takurō Kitagawa (December 12, 1949 Tokyo-) also known as Takuro Kitagawa, Takurou Kitagawa or Masamichi Kusunoki is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Yoshito Yasuhara (November 17, 1949 Aioi-) also known as Yasuhara Yoshito is a Japanese actor and voice actor.
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Aruno Tahara (March 23, 1949 Shibuya-) also known as 田原 アルノ, Tahara Aruno, Tomomitsu Ishida, 石田 知充 or Ishida Tomomitsu is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Masatō Ibu (March 28, 1949 Nakano, Tokyo-) also known as Masatô Ibu, Masato Ibu, Masato Eve, Ibu Masatō, Murota Satoru, Ibu Masayuki, Satoru Murota, Masayuki Ibu, Masayuki Eve or Masatou Ibu is a Japanese actor and voice actor.
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Machiko Washio (June 2, 1949 Kanagawa Prefecture-) a.k.a. わしお まちこ, 鷲尾 真知子 or Washio Machiko is a Japanese actor and voice actor.
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Kentarō Haneda (January 12, 1949 Kita, Tokyo-June 2, 2007 Shinjuku) a.k.a. Kentarou Haneda, Kentaro Haneda, Haneken or Haneda, Kentarou was a Japanese film score composer, pianist and music arranger.
His albums: Wizardry: Llylgamyn Saga, Genso Suikoden Ongakushu, MACROSS THE COMPLETE, 名探偵ホームズ, マクロス・ジェネレーション Legend of Eternal Songs, , , Space Adventure Cobra Original Soundtrack and The S.D.F. Macross.
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Kazutoki Umezu (October 17, 1949 Sendai-) is a Japanese , .
His albums include Sax & The City, First Deserter, Play Time and Eclecticism. Genres he performed: Jazz, Free jazz and Klezmer.
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Kensaku Morita (December 16, 1949 Ōta, Tokyo-) also known as Morita Kensaku, Eiji Suzuki or Suzuki Eiji is a Japanese politician, actor and singer.
Related albums: .
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Tetsuya Takeda (April 11, 1949 Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-) a.k.a. Takeda Tetsuya, So Katayama or Katayama So is a Japanese actor, screenwriter, singer, film director and composer.
His most important albums: 遠い海から来たあなた. Genres he performed: Folk music and Pop music.
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Morio Kazama (April 26, 1949 Setagaya-) a.k.a. Tomohito Sumita, Sumita Tomohito or Kazama Morio is a Japanese actor and pornographic film actor.
His albums include .
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Justin Heathcliff (February 3, 1949 Kanagawa Prefecture-) also known as Kitajima, Osamu or Osamu Kitajima is a Japanese musician, film score composer and music producer. His child is called Mai Kitajima.
His discography includes: Masterless Samurai, The Source, California Roll, Breath of Jade, Sweet Chaos, Benzaiten, Mandala / 曼荼羅, Beyond the Circle, Osamu and Mandala / 曼荼羅. Genres: Psychedelic rock, New Age, Instrumental, Electronic music, Traditional music, Progressive rock, Electronic rock, Rock music, Music of Japan, World music, New-age music and Folk music.
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Masahiro Kawasaki (September 15, 1949 Kitakyushu-May 4, 2006 Inage-ku, Chiba) a.k.a. Kawasaki Masahiro, 川崎 雅文, Kawasaki Masafumi, 川崎 真弘, Masafumi Kawasaki, かわさき まさひろ or かわさき まさふみ was a Japanese musician and composer.
His most important albums: Gokinjo Monogatari Gokinjo CD Tsushin Part I - Original Soundtrack Vol.1 and .
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Yashiki Takajin (October 5, 1949 Nishinari-ku, Osaka-January 3, 2014 Kansai region) also known as Takajin, たかじん, 家鋪 隆仁 or やしき たかじん was a Japanese singer-songwriter and tv personality.
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Fumiaki Miyamoto (November 3, 1949 Minato-) also known as Miyamoto Fumiaki, 宮本文昭 or みやもと ふみあき is a Japanese oboist. His child is Emiri Miyamoto.
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Mariko Takahashi (March 6, 1949 Japan-) is a Japanese singer.
Her albums include Couplet, Monologue, 目を見て語れ 恋人たちよ, No Reason 2 ～もっとオトコゴコロ～, Pretend, Tip Top, Musée, Two for Nine, Songs for you… and Method. Genres she performed include Pop music and Jazz.
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Shigeru Matsuzaki (November 19, 1949 Tokyo-) also known as Shigeru Matsuzaki or Matsuzaki, Shigeru is a Japanese actor and singer.
Discography: Matsuzaki, Shigeru -Best One-, Twin Best 松崎しげる and 松崎しげる.
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