Here are 44 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1960:
Takashi Miike (August 24, 1960 Yao-) also known as Miike Takashi, Miike Dokomo or Miike, Takashi is a Japanese actor, film director, film producer, screenwriter, television director, television producer and writer.
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Tatsuya Uemura (June 23, 1960-) is a Japanese , .
His most important albums: Zero Wing, Dogyuun and .
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Yuka Honda (December 1, 1960 Tokyo-) also known as Honda, Yuka, Cibo Matto, Yuki Honda or Y. Honda is a Japanese musician, record producer, composer, multi-instrumentalist and remixer.
Her discography includes: Eucademix, Memories Are My Only Witness and Heart Chamber Phantoms. Genres she performed: Electronic music and Experimental music.
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Mayo Suzukaze (September 11, 1960 Ishinomaki-) also known as 涼風真世, 涼風 真世 , Suzukaze Mayo, Kaname Morinaga, Suzukaze, Mayo, Kaname or かなめ is a Japanese actor, singer and voice actor.
Genres she performed: J-pop.
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Hiroyuki Sanada (October 12, 1960 Shinagawa-) also known as Harry Sanada, Duke Sanada, Hiroyuki Shimozawa, Henry Sanada, Duke, Sanada Hiroyuki, Shimosawa Hiroyuki, Hiroyuki Shimosawa, Hiroyuki Sanada, MBE, 真田広之, Hiroyuki Sanada, 真 田 広 之 or Sanada, Hiroyuki is a Japanese actor and singer.
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Kōji Ishii (July 1, 1960 Wakayama Prefecture-) a.k.a. Koji Ishii, Ishii Kōji, Kouji Ishii, Kozo Ishii or Yasuhiro Ishii is a Japanese voice actor and narrator.
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Kunihiko Yasui (December 12, 1960 Nagoya-) also known as Yasui Kunihiko or 安井邦彦 is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Hajime Mizoguchi (April 23, 1960 Tokyo-) also known as Mizoguchi Hajime or Mizoguchi, Hajime is a Japanese musician and composer.
Discography: Eternal Flame, Angel, , , Yours, Jyu-oh-sei, Jin-Roh, yours; tears, Vision of Escaflowne Original Soundtrack and Please Save my Heart - image soundtrack Vol.2. Genres related to him: Film score.
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Miki Narahashi (January 25, 1960 Tokyo-) also known as Narahashi Miki is a Japanese voice actor, teacher and actor.
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Kyosuke Himuro (October 7, 1960 Takasaki-) a.k.a. 氷室 京介, ひむろ きょうすけ, Himuro Kyosuke, Himurock, ヒムロック, Teranishi Osamu, Teranishi Shuichi, 寺西 修, Shuichi Teranishi, てらにし しゅういち, 寺西 修一, てらにし おさむ or Osamu Teranishi is a Japanese singer and musician.
Discography: SHAKE THE FAKE, Case of HIMURO, EASY LOVE / BITCH AS WITCH, SWEET REVOLUTION / IN THE NUDE ~Even not in the mood~, Squall, Flowers for Algernon, Neo Fascio, Higher Self, Collective SOULS 〜THE BEST OF BEST〜 and Memories of Blue. His related genres: Rock music and Pop music.
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Toru Ohkawa (February 28, 1960 Kagoshima Prefecture-) a.k.a. Okawa Toru, Ookawa Tooru, Ohkawa Toru, Ohkawa, Toru, Ōkawa Tōru, Tōru Ōkawa, Tooru Ookawa, Toru Ookawa, Tohru Ohkawa, Touru Ohkawa, Toru Okawa, Tôru Ôkawa or Tohru Okawa is a Japanese voice actor.
His albums include HAGAREN SONG FILE-ROY MUSTANG and Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Original Soundtrack 04.
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Yanagiman (November 9, 1960-) is a Japanese , .
Genres he performed include Funk and J-pop.
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Kazushi Ono (March 4, 1960 Tokyo-) is a Japanese conductor.
His most recognized albums: The Five Piano Concertos, Swan Lake, op. 20 / The Nutcracker, op. 71a and Symphony no. 6 "Pathétique" / Eugen Onegin Polonaise (Act III).
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Takashi Matsuyama (April 2, 1960 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Matsuyama Takashi or Matsuyama, Takashi is a Japanese voice actor, actor, singer and lyricist.
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Missa Johnouchi (December 23, 1960-) also known as Johnouchi, Misa is a Japanese singer and conductor.
Her discography includes: 華: Asian Blossoms (feat. Li-Hua (麗花) Ensemble), Friends, 華 II: Road to Oasis (feat. Li-Hua (麗花) Ensemble) and .
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Hiroshi Naka (November 19, 1960 Ōita Prefecture-) also known as Hiroaki Nakamura or Naka Hiroshi is a Japanese voice actor.
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Mami Horikoshi (June 9, 1960 Nihonmatsu-) also known as 堀越 真己 or Horikoshi Mami is a Japanese voice actor.
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Kōji Ueno (February 1, 1960 Chiba Prefecture-) also known as Koji Ueno, Kouji Ueno or Ueno, Kouji is a Japanese film score composer, composer, musician, music arranger and keyboard player.
His albums include Fantastic Children OST "Greece Kara no Okurimono", , , , , , , Music For Silent Movies, and Music For Silent Movies.
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Yūji Takada (January 10, 1960 Kanagawa Prefecture-) also known as Yuuji Takada or Yuji Takada is a Japanese actor and voice actor.
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Joe Rinoie (December 13, 1960 Japan-) also known as JR japanese, J.R. or Rinoie, Joe is a Japanese , .
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Sunplaza Nakano (August 15, 1960 Japan-) also known as 中野裕貴 is a Japanese , .
His most important albums: , and .
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Chie Kōjiro (October 17, 1960 Shimonoseki-) otherwise known as Kōjiro Chie or Chie Koujiro is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Shinichi Ishihara (May 26, 1960 Kofu-) also known as 石原慎一 or Shin'ichi Ishihara is a Japanese actor, singer and voice actor.
His discography includes: Zetsuai 1989 Soundtrack and Drama CD.
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Yasuhide Ito (December 7, 1960 Hamamatsu-) is a Japanese , .
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Naruhito, Crown Prince of Japan (February 23, 1960 Tokyo-) is a Japanese violist. He has one child, Aiko, Princess Toshi.
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Hiromi Tsuru (March 29, 1960 Hokkaido-) a.k.a. Tsuru Hiromi is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Yasunori Matsumoto (February 7, 1960 Matsudo-) a.k.a. Matsumoto Yasunori is a Japanese voice actor, actor and narrator.
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Masami Kikuchi (April 24, 1960 Chino-) also known as Kikuchi, Masami is a Japanese voice actor.
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Maki Nomiya (March 12, 1960 Shiranuka-) also known as Nomiya Maki is a Japanese singer and actor.
Her discography includes: Dress Code, miss maki nomiya sings, Lady Miss Warp, Party People, 30 〜Greatest Self Covers & More!!!〜, , Pink no Kokoro and Big Bang Romance. Genres she performed include Shibuya-kei.
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Tarako (December 17, 1960 Ota-) a.k.a. Isono, Tarako or Tarako Isono is a Japanese voice actor, singer-songwriter, actor and screenwriter.
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Shigeru Shibuya (July 11, 1960 Kanagawa Prefecture-) a.k.a. 渋谷茂, しぶや しげる, Shibuya Shigeru, しぶやしげる, 渋谷 茂 or Shibuya, Shigeru is a Japanese voice actor.
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Hirokazu Hiramatsu (February 29, 1960 Konan-) is a Japanese voice actor.
His discography includes: 「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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Kiyomitsu Mizuuchi (November 17, 1960 Osaka-) is a Japanese voice actor.
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Motomu Azaki (March 7, 1960 Nobeoka-) is a Japanese voice acting in japan and actor.
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Yūko Asano (July 9, 1960 Kobe-) otherwise known as 浅野 ゆう子, Asano Yūko, Yūko Akazawa, Akazawa Yūko, Yuko Asano or Yûko Asano is a Japanese actor and singer.
Her discography includes: , , and .
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Naoki Urasawa (January 2, 1960 Tokyo-) is a Japanese mangaka.
Discography: and .
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Naoko Yamano (December 18, 1960 Osaka Prefecture-) also known as 山野直子 or Yamano, Naoko is a Japanese singer, guitarist, bassist and songwriter.
Genres she performed: Alternative rock, Pop punk and Indie pop.
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Minoru Niihara (March 12, 1960 Osaka-) also known as Loudness is a Japanese singer, musician, songwriter and film score composer.
His albums include , ONE and ONE. Genres: Heavy metal and Rock music.
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Akira Senju (October 21, 1960 Tokyo-) also known as 千住 明, 千住 明, Senju, Akira or 千住明 is a Japanese film score composer.
Discography: Gensou Maden Saiyuki Requiem Original Soundtrack, 雪の女王, 青の時代～Le Temps Bleu, , Fullmetal Alchemist Original Soundtrack 1, Fullmetal Alchemist Original Soundtrack 3, , Fullmetal Alchemist Original Soundtrack 2, and . Genres: Classical music, Instrumental and Video game music.
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Mariko Tone (March 3, 1960 Kawasaki-) also known as Tone, Mariko is a Japanese , .
Her most well known albums: TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT, JUST MY TONE, PURPLE ROSE, WITTY, , , , RHAPSODY AGAIN, and . Genres: J-pop, Synthpop and Post-disco.
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Toshiki Kadomatsu (August 12, 1960 Shibuya-) also known as Kadomatsu, Toshiki, Toshiki Kodomatsu or Kodomatsu, Toshiki is a Japanese singer-songwriter, record producer and musician.
His discography includes: T's 12 inches, Summer 4 Rhythm, and After 5 Clash. His related genres: Rhythm and blues, Rock music, Funk and Jazz fusion.
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Yasuomi Umetsu (December 19, 1960 Fukushima-) also known as Yasuomi Umezu, Paolo Locci Umezô or Umetsu, Yasuomi is a Japanese film director, screenwriter, animator, theatre director, animation director, character designer, author and playwright.
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Takefumi Haketa (May 23, 1960 Karuizawa-) a.k.a. Takefumi Haketa or Haketa, Takefumi is a Japanese composer.
His albums include 無人惑星サーヴァイヴ: Forest [Mujin Wakusei Survive], Presents, 魔法遣いに大切なこと, 無人惑星サヴァイヴ: Wave [Mujin Wakusei Survive], 魔法遣いに大切なこと〜夏のソラ〜, Vampire Knight Original Soundtrack, , , 「高原へいらっしゃい」オリジナル・サウンドトラック and SWEET / 青い花 オリジナルサウンドトラック.
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Chachamaru (March 3, 1960 Kyoto-) also known as Yukihiro Fujimura is a Japanese musician.
His albums include AIR. Genres he performed: Blues, Heavy metal and Rock music.
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