Here are 23 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1954:
Katsuhiro Otomo (April 14, 1954 Tome-) also known as Katsuhiro Ōtomo, 大友 克洋, Ōtomo Katsuhiro, Katsuhiro Ohtomo, Katsuhiro Ôtomo or Otomo, Katsuhiro is a Japanese film director, screenwriter, mangaka and film producer. He has one child, Shohei Otomo.
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Yumi Matsutoya (January 19, 1954 Hachioji-) a.k.a. Yumi Arai, Yuming, Yumi Matsutouya, Karuho Kureta, 呉田軽穂, Matsutoya Yumi, Arai Yumi, 荒井 由実, まつとうや ゆみ, あらい ゆみ, ユーミン, くれた かるほ or 松任谷 由実 is a Japanese composer, lyricist, radio personality, singer and pianist.
Her discography includes: , 流線形'80, Surf & Snow, Yuming Singles 1972-1976, 荒井由実ヒストリー, Haru-yo Koi, スユアの波, Neue Musik, Sweet, Bitter Sweet YUMING BALLAD BEST (disc 1) and Yuming Compositions: Faces. Genres she performed: Adult contemporary music, Pop music, Rock music, Folk rock, Jazz fusion, Kayōkyoku and Pop rock.
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Yūji Mitsuya (October 18, 1954 Toyohashi-) otherwise known as Mitsuya Yuuji, Mitsuya Yūji or Yuji Mitsuya is a Japanese actor, voice actor, director of audiography and tarento.
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Shigeru Chiba (February 4, 1954 Kikuchi-) also known as Masaharu Maeda, Maeda Masaharu or Chiba, Shigeru is a Japanese actor, voice actor, director of audiography and music director.
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Jōji Nakata (April 22, 1954 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Hitoshi Nakata, George Nakata, Geroge Nakata, Johji Nakata, Jôji Nakata, Jyoji Nakata, Kouji Nakata, Nakata Hitoshi, Nakata Jōji, Shoji Nakata, Nakata Jouji, Nakata, Jouji, Jōji Nakata or Jouji Nakata is a Japanese actor and voice actor.
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Masahiko Tanaka (October 1, 1954 Osaka Prefecture-) a.k.a. Tanaka, Masahiko is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Eiko Hisamura (June 13, 1954 Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-) otherwise known as 久村 栄子, Hisamura Eiko or Eiko Yamada is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Susumu Hirasawa (April 2, 1954 Adachi-) otherwise known as Hirasawa Susumu is a Japanese musician, record producer, social activist, film score composer, singer-songwriter, music arranger and cg artist.
His albums include Virtual Rabbit, Aurora, Siren, BERSERK-Forces-, Technique of Relief, Philosopher's Propeller, Millennium Actress, Blue Limbo, Switched-On Lotus and Paranoia Agent. Genres: Electronic music, Electronic rock, New Wave, Synthpop, Electronica, Progressive rock, Techno, World music, Symphonic rock, Experimental music, Trance music, Ambient music, Synthpunk, Art punk, New-age music, Ska punk, Experimental rock, Post-punk, Musique concrète, Psychedelic rock and Avant-garde music.
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Sumi Shimamoto (December 8, 1954 Kochi-) also known as Sumi Koshikawa, Kumi Shimamoto, Koshikawa Sumi, Shimamoto Sumi or Shimamoto, Sumi is a Japanese voice actor and actor. She has one child, Shiori Koshikawa.
Her albums include 「らき☆すた」 キャラクターソング, Volume 11: かなたとそうじろう.
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Kaneto Shiozawa (January 28, 1954 Tokyo-May 10, 2000 Shinjuku) also known as Toshikazu Shiozawa, Shiozawa Kaneto or Shiozawa Toshikazu was a Japanese voice actor.
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Yō Yoshimura (July 10, 1954 Kyoto Prefecture-November 27, 1991) a.k.a. Yo Yoshimura was a Japanese voice actor.
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Hōchū Ōtsuka (May 19, 1954 Okayama Prefecture-) also known as Hochu Otsuka, Yoshitada Ohtsuka, Yoshitada Otsuka, Houchu Ohtsuka, Otsuka Yoshitada, Yoshitada Ôtsuka or Ōtsuka Hōchū is a Japanese voice actor, narrator and actor.
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Gara Takashima (March 2, 1954 Tokyo-) also known as Takashima Gara or Yumiko Takashima is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Sukekiyo Kameyama (November 9, 1954 Ishinomaki-January 26, 2013 Saitama Prefecture) was a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Kōhei Tanaka (February 14, 1954 Chūō-ku, Osaka-) also known as Tanaka Kohei, Kouhei Tanaka, Tanaka Kouhei, Kohei Tanaka, Tanaka Koohei, Kôhei Tanaka, Monrio Erricone Jr., 田中 公平, Tanaka, Kouhei, モンリオ=エリコーネJr or けのくん is a Japanese singer, composer, film score composer and music arranger.
Discography: Gatekeepers TV Original Soundtrack, Sakura Wars The Movie Original Soundtrack, Alundra 2: The Mystery of the Machinevolution, Alundra, One Piece - 'Nejimaki to no Boken' Music File, Sakura Wars Goukakenran Hikarirokuonban (disc 2), Sakura Wars: The Movie, WOWOWアニメーション「オーバーマン キングゲイナー」 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK 「ハラショー！」, おたくのビデオ and Kore ga REVIEW.
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Kazuhiko Inoue (March 26, 1954 Yokohama-) also known as Inoue Kazuhiko is a Japanese voice actor, actor, director of audiography, singer and voice acting in japan. His child is called Nanami Igarashi.
His most well known albums: Long time no see.
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Hideyuki Hori (March 23, 1954 Setagaya-) a.k.a. 堀 秀行, Hori Hideyuki or Hidemitsu Hori is a Japanese voice actor.
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Chiyoko Kawashima (June 2, 1954 Ōta, Tokyo-) is a Japanese voice actor.
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Masahiro Andoh (September 16, 1954 Nagoya-) otherwise known as Masahiro Ando, Masahiro Andoo or Andoh, Masahiro is a Japanese , .
His albums: Arc the Lad Piano Album and GRAN TURISMO 2 EXTENDED SCORE ~GROOVE~.
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Tsurutaro Kataoka (December 21, 1954 Arakawa, Tokyo-) a.k.a. Ogino Shigeo, おぎの しげお, Shigeo Ogino, 荻野 繁雄, Kataoka Tsurutaro, かたおか つるたろう, 片岡 鶴太郎, 鶴ちゃん or 岡鶴太郎 is a Japanese actor, comedian, professional boxer and painter.
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Yasuaki Shimizu (August 9, 1954 Shimada-) otherwise known as Shimizu Yasuaki or 清水靖晃 is a Japanese film score composer, composer, record producer and saxophonist.
Discography: cinefil, X Original Soundtrack and One Hundred. Genres he performed include Film score, Classical music and Jazz.
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Saori Minami (July 2, 1954 Okinawa Prefecture-) also known as Minami, Saori, Cynthia Paule, Akemi Uchima or Akemi Shinoyama is a Japanese japanese idol.
Her albums include Best Collection.
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Hisayoshi Ogura (June 2, 1954-) is a Japanese , .
His albums include Beep 特別企画 ビデオゲームミュージック 第2弾 ソノシート and The Ninja Warriors (Mega-CD).
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