Here are 36 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1958:
Tetsuya Komuro (November 27, 1958 Fuchu-) also known as こむろ てつや, Komuro Tetsuya, TK, T.K., TETSUYA, Lifecell or t. komuro is a Japanese musician, record producer, composer, keytarist, lyricist, singer, professor, audio engineer, guitarist, disc jockey, vj, keyboard player and singer-songwriter.
Discography: DIGITALIAN IS REMIXING, , Mademoiselle Mozart, Vampire Hunter D, TK 1998: Latest Works, , , , SPEED TK RE-MIX and TK Best Selection in Epic Days. Genres related to him: J-pop, Trance music, Progressive rock, Hard rock, Oldschool jungle, Eurobeat, Tribal house, Dance music, Contemporary R&B, Pop music and Electronic music.
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Ryō Horikawa (February 1, 1958 Osaka-) a.k.a. Horikawa, Ryou, Makoto Horikawa, Ryo Harikawa, Horikawa Ryō, Ryô Horikawa or Ryu Horikawa is a Japanese actor, voice actor and entrepreneur.
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Shô Hayami (August 2, 1958 Takasago-) otherwise known as Yasushi Ōhama, Yasushi Ohama, Sei Ôhama, Yasushi Ôhama, Ōhama Yasushi, Hayami Shō, Show Hayami, Sho Hayami, Oohama Yasushi or Shou Hayami is a Japanese singer and voice actor. He has one child, Hideyuki Hayami.
His albums include , Idee and BLEACH BEAT COLLECTION 3rd SESSION:03 -SOUSUKE AIZEN-.
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Masako Katsuki (October 15, 1958 Hachinohe-) also known as Katsuki Masako, Shiono Masako, Masako Shiono or Masako Katsuo is a Japanese voice actor.
Her albums include and .
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Mitsuru Miyamoto (September 8, 1958 Sakai-) a.k.a. Miyamoto Mitsuru is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Norihiro Inoue (March 7, 1958 Kanagawa Prefecture-) also known as 井上 倫宏 or Inoue Norihiro is a Japanese actor and voice actor.
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Masato Nakamura (October 1, 1958 Chofu-) also known as Nakamura Masato, Nakamura, Masato or King Masa is a Japanese bassist, musician, composer and record producer.
His albums include Sonic the Hedgehog 1&2 Soundtrack, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and Sonic the Hedgehog. Genres he performed include J-pop, Jazz, Pop music, Video game music, Electronic music and Chiptune.
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Shigeru Muroi (October 22, 1958 Namerikawa-) also known as 室井 滋, Muroi Shigeru or Queen of Indie Films is a Japanese actor and voice actor.
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Mineko Nishikawa (May 23, 1958 Tagawa District, Fukuoka-) otherwise known as Mineko Fukuda, 仁支川 峰子, にしかわ みねこ, ふくだ みねこ, 西川 峰子, 福田 峰子 or Fukuda Mineko is a Japanese actor and singer.
Her albums: , , and .
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Yoku Shioya (June 24, 1958 Kagoshima Prefecture-) a.k.a. Yuko Shioya, Tsubasa Shioya or Shioya Yoku is a Japanese voice actor, actor and director of audiography.
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Chiharu Suzuka (August 15, 1958 Kita-ku, Kyoto-) is a Japanese voice actor.
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Mitsuyo Nemoto (March 9, 1958 Shizuoka-) also known as Mie or Mie Nemoto is a Japanese singer and actor.
Her discography includes: CALL GIRL"from MIE to you"[+2], , , , , , NEVER -Special Edition- and .
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Kazuhiro Nakata (March 19, 1958 Nagasaki Prefecture-) a.k.a. Kazuhiro Nakada, Nakata Kazuhiro, 中多 和宏, Kazuhiro Tanaka, 田中 和宏 or Tanaka Kazuhiro is a Japanese voice actor.
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Kōji Tamaki (September 13, 1958 Asahikawa-) also known as Tamaki, Koji is a Japanese singer, composer, lyricist and actor.
His albums include , , , , , Lion, PRESENT, CAFE JAPAN, JUNK LAND and Love Song Blue. Genres he performed: J-pop, Rock music and Pop music.
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Hiroshi Yanaka (March 10, 1958 Tokyo-) also known as Hiroshi Iknaka or Yanaka Hiroshi is a Japanese actor and voice actor.
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Kenichi Ono (January 11, 1958 Ikebukuro-) also known as Kikuo Ono, Ono Kikuo or Ono Kenichi is a Japanese actor, voice actor and tarento.
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Teiyū Ichiryūsai (June 20, 1958 Osaka Prefecture-) also known as Mie Suzuki, Ichiryūsai Teiyū, Suzuki Mie, Mieko Suzuki or Suzuki Mieko is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Junko Sakurada (April 14, 1958 Akita-) a.k.a. Sakurada Junko is a Japanese singer and actor.
Her albums: Twin Best, , , , , , , , and .
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Hiroaki Zakōji (January 20, 1958 Tokyo-January 29, 1987 Tokyo) was a Japanese , .
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Shinji Harada (December 5, 1958 Hiroshima-) a.k.a. Harada, Shinji is a Japanese singer-songwriter.
His albums include , Glistening Holidays, , , , , , , and .
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Masami Hisamoto (July 9, 1958 Higashisumiyoshi-ku-) a.k.a. Machami is a Japanese comedian, actor, tarento and presenter.
Her most well known albums: .
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Sayuri Ishikawa (January 30, 1958 Akita, Kumamoto-) also known as いしかわ さゆり, Ishikawa Sayuri, 石川絹代, いしかわ きぬよ, Ishikawa Kinuyo or Kinuyo Ishikawa is a Japanese singer.
Her discography includes: 大全集, , , 石川さゆり特選集 大阪のおんな・酒尽尽 and . Genres she performed include Enka.
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Shinobu Adachi (April 7, 1958 Tokyo-) also known as Adachi Shinobu or 安達 忍 is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Hiromi Iwasaki (November 12, 1958 Koto, Tokyo-) also known as Iwasaki Hiromi is a Japanese singer.
Her albums include 愛という名の勇気, , , , , , , , and .
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Yuji Nomi (July 19, 1958 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Yuuji Nomi, Nomi Yuuji, Nomi Yuji or Nomi, Yuji is a Japanese composer.
His albums include Neko no Ongaeshi, Whisper of the Heart Soundtrack, Koro's Big Day Out, and Bokurano Original Soundtrack. Genres: Film score.
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Munetaka Higuchi (December 24, 1958 Nara-November 30, 2008 Osaka) a.k.a. Loudness, Higuchi Munetaka, Davy or Munetaka Higuchi & Dream Castle was a Japanese drummer, record producer and film score composer.
His most important albums: Destruction, Free World, SUPER ROCK★SUMMIT〜Cozy Powell Forever Tour Live in Tokyo, MUNETAKA HIGUCHI DRUM COLLECTION Vol.001, and FREE WORLD 2. Genres he performed include Heavy metal and Rock music.
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Junichi Hirokami (May 5, 1958 Tokyo-) also known as Hirokami Jun'ichi or Jun'ichi Hirokami is a Japanese conductor and music director.
His albums: Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 16 / Larvikspolka / 23 Small Piano Pieces, The Two Piano Concertos / Gaspard de la nuit / Pavane pour une infante défunte and Symphony no. 6 in C major, op. 31 / A Värmland Rhapsody / Ballad Without Words.
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山根麻衣 (October 9, 1958 Izumo-) also known as Mai Yamane or Yamane Mai is a Japanese singer-songwriter and singer.
Her discography includes: Cowboy Bebop: No Disc and WOMAN TONE. Genres she performed include Jazz and Blues.
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Satoko Inoue (January 29, 1958-) is a Japanese , .
Related albums: Works for Piano.
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Tetsurō Oda (March 11, 1958 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Eddy Blues, TETSU or Oda, Tetsurou is a Japanese singer-songwriter, composer, record producer and music producer.
Discography: W FACE. His related genres: J-pop and Pop music.
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Saburō Tokitō (February 4, 1958 Setagaya-) a.k.a. Tokito Saburo, ときとう さぶろう, 時任 三郎, 時任三郎, Saburo Tokito or Saburou Tokitou is a Japanese actor and singer.
His albums: Seven Chairs, , and .
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Yasushi Akimoto (May 2, 1958 Meguro-) a.k.a. Akimoto Yasushi or Akimoto, Yasushi is a Japanese lyricist, record producer, television producer, film producer, screenwriter, professor and film director.
Genres related to him: Pop music.
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Junko Yagami (January 5, 1958 Nagoya-) otherwise known as Yagami, Junko, Junko Stanley or June Stanley is a Japanese singer-songwriter.
Discography: , , , , , , , , and .
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Seiichi Yamamoto (July 16, 1958 Amagasaki-) also known as Yamamoto Seiichi or Yama-motor is a Japanese guitarist, musician, singer, entrepreneur, author, artist, music artist, film score composer and actor.
Discography: Crown of Fuzzy Groove, NOA, Nu Frequency, MIND GAME original soundtrack, Ontoko, Baptism, Chichipio: Buenos Aires Session, Volume 1, Izumi: Buenos Aires Session, Volume 2, Live at Kanadian and Guitar Duo. Genres he performed include Noise music, Trance music, Noise rock, Punk rock, Folk music and Musical improvisation.
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Kenji Yamamoto (July 1, 1958-) is a Japanese , .
His most important albums: Dragon Ball Z: Game Music Awakening Edition, Dragon Ball Z: Super Butôden Original Soundtrack, Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit Original Soundtrack, Dragon Ball Kai: Original Soundtrack, Dragon Ball Z 3 Original Soundtrack, Dragon Ball Z & Z 2 Original Soundtrack, , and Dragonball Z Budokai 3.
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Aska (February 24, 1958 Onojo-) also known as Ryo Aska, Shigeaki Miyazaki or Ryō Asuka is a Japanese singer-songwriter, composer and musician. He has two children, Miyazaki Sou and Miyazaki Kaoru.
His most well known albums: SCENE III, 君の知らない君の歌, , UNI-VERSE, ASKA the BEST Selection 1988-1998, Every Day Of Your Life, 12, STANDARD, ONE and ONE.
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