Japanese musicians born in 1952

Here are 31 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1952:

Ryuichi Sakamoto

Ryuichi Sakamoto (January 17, 1952 Nakano, Tokyo-) a.k.a. Ryuchi Sakamoto, Sakamoto, Sakamoto Ryuuichi, Sakamoto Ryūichi, Kyoju, Ryûichi Sakamoto, Ryuichi Sakamamoto, Professor, The Professor or Professor Sakamoto is a Japanese musician, record producer, composer, actor, pianist, film score composer and writer. His child is called Miu Sakamoto.

His albums: Thousand Knives of Ryuichi Sakamoto, B-2 Unit, Left Handed Dream, Esperanto, Beauty, Gruppo Musicale, The Handmaid's Tale, High Heels Soundtrack, Soundtracks and Field Work / Steppin' Into Asia / The Arrangement. Genres: Synthpop, Electronica, Electronic dance music, Classical music, World music, Film score, House music, Electronic music, New Wave, Experimental music, Techno, J-pop, Avant-garde music, Electro, Soundtrack, Experimental rock, Progressive house, New-age music, Contemporary classical music, Jazz and Ambient music.

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Yukihiro Takahashi

Yukihiro Takahashi (June 6, 1952 Meguro-) also known as Takahashi Yukihiro or Takahashi, Yukihiro is a Japanese musician, actor and record producer.

Related albums: Wild & Moody, Time and Place, A Ray of Hope, A Night in the Next Life, Saravah!, Neuromantic, The Brand New Day, Murdered by the Music, What, Me Worry? and Once a Fool, .... Genres he performed: Electronica, Synthpop, Electronic rock, Avant-garde music, New Wave, House music, Electronic music, Rock music, Experimental music, World music, Pop rock, Techno, J-pop, Electronic dance music, Electro and Art rock.

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Masashi Sada

Masashi Sada (April 10, 1952 Nagasaki-) also known as Sada, Masashi, Sada Masashi, さだ まさし, 佐田 雅志 or まっさん is a Japanese singer, disc jockey, lyricist, actor, film score composer, novelist and film producer. He has two children, Tairiku Sada and Emu Sada.

Related albums: and . Genres he performed include Folk music and Kayōkyoku.

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Kaori Momoi

Kaori Momoi (April 8, 1952 Setagaya-) a.k.a. Momoi Kaori is a Japanese actor, singer and film director.

Her discography includes: , , and .

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Daisuke Gōri

Daisuke Gōri (February 8, 1952 Koto, Tokyo-January 17, 2010 Nakano, Tokyo) also known as Daisuke Gori, Yoshio Nagahori, Daisuke Gôsato, Daisuke Gouri, Daisuke Gohri, Daisuke Kyôri, Daisuke Gore, Gōri Daisuke, Nagahori Yoshio, Gōri or Daisuke Gôri was a Japanese actor, voice actor and narrator.

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Takaya Hashi

Takaya Hashi (September 8, 1952 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Takaya Katou or Takaya Katō is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

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Peter (August 8, 1952 Chūō-ku, Osaka-) a.k.a. Pîtâ, Shinnosuke Ikehata, Shin-nosuke Ikehata, 池畑 慎之介, Ikehata Shinnosuke or ピーター is a Japanese singer, actor and dancer.

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Ryūzaburō Ōtomo

Ryūzaburō Ōtomo (May 18, 1952 Tokyo-) otherwise known as Ryuzaburo Otomo, Ryuzaburo Ohtomo, Ryuuzaburou Ootomo, Ryuzaburo Ootomo, Ohtomo Ryusaburou or Ryuzaburou Ohtomo is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

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Yōko Asagami

Yōko Asagami (July 10, 1952 Otaru-) also known as Yoko Asagami, Ichiryūsai Harumi, Harumi Ichiryūsai, Ōkubo Yōko, Asagami Yōko, Yôko Ôkubo, Youko Asagami or Yôko Asagami is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

Her albums include .

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Takayuki Sugō

Takayuki Sugō (August 1, 1952 Chiba Prefecture-) a.k.a. Takayuki Sugo, Sugō Takayuki or Takayuki Sugou is a Japanese voice actor and actor.


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Kazue Komiya

Kazue Komiya (July 12, 1952 Tokyo-) also known as Komiya Kazue is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Yukitoshi Hori

Yukitoshi Hori (September 12, 1952 Setagaya-) a.k.a. Hori Yukitoshi is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Toshio Nakanishi

Toshio Nakanishi (January 13, 1952 Japan-) also known as Nakanishi, Toshio, Tycoon-to$h, Typhoon Tosh or Tycoon Tosh is a Japanese , .

Genres: Hip hop music and New Wave.

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Keiko Matsuzaka

Keiko Matsuzaka (July 20, 1952 Ōta, Tokyo-) also known as Matsuzaka Keiko, Keiko Takauchi, Takauchi Keiko or Matsuzaka, Keiko is a Japanese actor.

Her albums include and .

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Yutaka Mizutani

Yutaka Mizutani (July 14, 1952 Ashibetsu-) also known as Mizutani Yutaka or Mizutani, Yutaka is a Japanese actor and singer. He has one child, Shuri.

His albums include , , , , TIME CAPSULE and .

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Kentaro Shimizu

Kentaro Shimizu (October 11, 1952 Kokura-) also known as Kentarô Shimizu or Shimizu Kentarō is a Japanese actor and singer.

Related albums: , and .

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Miyuki Nakajima

Miyuki Nakajima (February 23, 1952 Sapporo-) also known as ’†“‡‚Э‚д‚«, Nakajima Miyuki, Nakajima, Miyuki or 中島美雪 is a Japanese singer, author, disc jockey, composer, lyricist, actor and songwriter.

Her albums: Daiginmaku: Starring, Singles, Jidai: Time Goes Around, Best Selection II, Singles II, Paradise Cafe, Lullaby for the Soul, EAST ASIA, Love or Nothing and 10 Wings. Genres she performed include Folk rock, Blues rock, Folk music, Rock music, Kayōkyoku and Enka.

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Ikuzo Yoshi

Ikuzo Yoshi (November 11, 1952 Aomori Prefecture-) a.k.a. Yoshi, Ikuzou is a Japanese singer.

His albums: .

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MoJo (August 24, 1952-) also known as 富田伊知郎 is a Japanese singer.

Genres he performed: Music in Japanese animation.

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Keiji Haino

Keiji Haino (May 3, 1952 Chiba-) also known as Haino Keiji, 灰野敬二 or Haino, Keiji is a Japanese musician.

His albums: Affection, Execration That Accept to Acknowledge, I Said, This Is the Son of Nihilism, Tenshi No Gijinka, So, Black Is Myself, Abandon All Words at a Stroke, So That Prayer Can Come Spilling Out, Black Blues [acoustic], Black Blues [electric], Next Let's Try Changing the Shape and . Genres: Noise music, Rock music, Minimalism, Drone music, Experimental music, Psychedelia, Minimal music, Free improvisation and Psychedelic music.

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Ichiko Hashimoto

Ichiko Hashimoto (July 1, 1952 Kobe-) is a Japanese singer and voice actor.

Her albums include RahXephon Pluralitas Concentio, RahXephon O.S.T. 1, , RahXephon O.S.T. 2, RahXephon O.S.T. 3 and RahXephon Pluralitas Concentio O.S.T.. Genres: Film score.

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Shogo Hamada

Shogo Hamada (December 29, 1952 Takehara-) also known as 浜田 省吾, はまだ しょうご, Hamada Shōgo, 浜省, ハマショー, はましょー or Hamasho is a Japanese singer-songwriter.

His most recognized albums: CLUB SURF & SNOWBOUND, the best of shogo hamada vol.2, , The Best of Shogo Hamada Vol.1, My First Love, Early Autumn, Save Our Ship, THE HISTORY OF SHOGO HAMADA “SINCE 1975”, Illumination and Home Bound. Genres he performed include Rhythm and blues, Music of Japan, J-pop and Adult contemporary music.

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Yukihide Takekawa

Yukihide Takekawa (October 22, 1952 Urawa-ku, Saitama-) otherwise known as Takekawa, Yukihide, 武川行秀 or タケカワユキヒデ is a Japanese singer-songwriter.


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Rumiko Koyanagi

Rumiko Koyanagi (July 2, 1952 Sawara-ku, Fukuoka-) also known as rumico, Koyanagi Rumiko or Koyanagi, Rumiko is a Japanese actor and singer.

Her albums: , だから京都 and .

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Eitetsu Hayashi

Eitetsu Hayashi (February 2, 1952 Hiroshima-) a.k.a. Eitetsu Hayasi or Hayashi, Eitetsu is a Japanese film score composer, musician and voice actor.

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Masami Tsuchiya

Masami Tsuchiya (August 22, 1952 Fuji-) also known as 土屋 昌巳, つちや まさみ, 土屋昌巳, つちやまさみ or Tsuchiya Masami is a Japanese musician.

His albums: Rice Music, Tokyo Ballet, Life in Mirrors and Swan Dive. Genres he performed include Pop music and Avant-garde music.

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Keiko Yokozawa

Keiko Yokozawa (September 2, 1952 Chūō-ku, Niigata-) otherwise known as Keiko Nanba, Nanba Keiko, Yokozawa Keiko or Yokozawa, Keiko is a Japanese voice actor and entrepreneur.

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Doji Morita

Doji Morita (January 15, 1952 Tokyo-) also known as Morita Doji, Morita Douji or 森田 童子 is a Japanese musician, songwriter and singer.

Her albums: GOOD BYEグッド・バイ, , , , Bokutachi no Shippai - Morita Douji Best Collection -, , , , Wolf Boy and . Genres related to her: Psychedelic folk.

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Takashi Hirayasu

Takashi Hirayasu (January 5, 1952 Nakagusuku, Okinawa-) also known as Hirayasu, Takashi is a Japanese musician.

Related albums: and Jin Jin / Firefly.

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Yann Tomita

Yann Tomita (October 17, 1952-) a.k.a. De Yanns, Dr. Yann or Forever Yann is a Japanese musician, composer, record producer and songwriter.

His albums: Music For Astro Age, Happy Living and An Adventure Of Inevitable Chance. Genres: Musique concrète, Exotica, Electronic music, Experimental music, Avant-garde and Japanese hip hop.

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Lily (February 17, 1952 Fukuoka-) otherwise known as Saeko Kamata is a Japanese actor and singer. She has one child, Juon Kamata.

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