Japanese musicians born in 1963

Here are 44 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1963:

Michiru Yamane

Michiru Yamane (September 23, 1963 Kagawa Prefecture-) also known as 山根ミチル, やまねミチル, やまね みちる, Yamane Michiru, やまね ミチル, やまねみちる, 山根 ミチル, Yamane, Michiru or Castlevania Series is a Japanese musician and composer.

Her discography includes: Dracula X: Nocturne in the Moonlight OST, OZ Original Soundtrack, Castlevania Special Music CD, 悪魔城ドラキュラ 闇の呪印, Castlevania - Symphony of the Night, Rhapsodia, Genso Suikoden: Celtic Collection 3, , and Gungage Original Soundtrack.

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Shunji Iwai

Shunji Iwai (January 24, 1963 Sendai-) also known as San Amino or Amino San is a Japanese film director, screenwriter, film editor and film producer.

Discography: H&A (Hana & Alice).

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Hikari Ōe

Hikari Ōe (June 13, 1963-) also known as Oe, Hikari is a Japanese composer.

His albums: Music of Hikari Oe 1.

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Emi Shinohara

Emi Shinohara (August 8, 1963 Fukushima Prefecture-) also known as Shinohara, Emi, Shinohara Emiko, Shinohara Emi or Emiko Shinohara is a Japanese voice actor.

Her albums include , Sailor Stars Merry Christmas, , , , and .

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Rica Fukami

Rica Fukami (August 8, 1963 Saitama Prefecture-) a.k.a. Fukami Rika is a Japanese voice actor.

Her albums: Sailor Stars Merry Christmas, , , , , and .

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Konishiki Yasokichi

Konishiki Yasokichi (December 31, 1963 Oahu-) also known as 塩田 八十吉, こにしき やそきち, 小錦 八十吉, さのやま やそきち, 佐ノ山 八十吉, Salevaa Atisanoe, コニちゃん, KONISHIKI, Yasokichi Konishiki, Sanoyama Yasokichi, Yasokichi Sanoyama, The Dump Truck, Yasokichi Shioda, しおだ やそきち, Shioda Yasokichi or Saleva'a Fuauli Atisano'e is a Japanese actor, sumo wrestler and musician.

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Jun'ichi Kanemaru

Jun'ichi Kanemaru (October 27, 1963 Kofu-) otherwise known as Jun-ichi Kanemaru, Kanemaru Jun'ichi or 金丸 淳一 is a Japanese voice actor and singer.

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Hiroaki Hirata

Hiroaki Hirata (August 7, 1963 Tokyo-) otherwise known as Hirata Hiroaki is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

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Kawachiya Kikusuimaru

Kawachiya Kikusuimaru (February 14, 1963 Japan-) otherwise known as 河内家 菊水丸, 河内屋 菊水丸, Kikusuimaru, Kawachiya or 岸本起由 is a Japanese , .

His most recognized albums: , , , , , , , , and .

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Ayako Shiraishi

Ayako Shiraishi (April 13, 1963 Ōita Prefecture-) also known as Ayako "Happy Endding" Shiraishi or Shiraishi Ayako is a Japanese voice actor.

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Miwako Fujitani

Miwako Fujitani (March 10, 1963 Toshima-) also known as Okamura Miwako, Fujitani Miwako, Miwako Okamura, 藤谷美和子 or Fujitani, Miwako is a Japanese actor.

Her albums: .

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Masato Kato

Masato Kato (March 28, 1963-) also known as 加藤 正人, かとう まさと, Kato Masato or Runmal is a Japanese writer and screenwriter.

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Chieko Honda

Chieko Honda (March 28, 1963 Tokyo-February 18, 2013 Japan) a.k.a. Honda Chieko was a Japanese voice actor and actor.

Her albums include Mary Bell to Utaō!.

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Tsuyoshi Sekito

Tsuyoshi Sekito (April 3, 1963 Osaka Prefecture-) also known as 関戸剛 or Sekito, Tsuyoshi is a Japanese composer, musician and guitarist.

His albums include Allstar Pro-Wrestling II, Brave Fencer "Musashiden" Original Soundtrack, Brave Fencer 武蔵伝 (Musashi) OST, Before Crisis - Final Fantasy VII & Last Order Final Fantasy VII - OST, Music of Final Fantasy I and II, The Last Remnant, Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance Original Soundtrack, , and チョコボと魔法の絵本シリーズ Original Soundtrack. Genres: Rock music.

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Yoshiki Fukuyama

Yoshiki Fukuyama (September 14, 1963 Japan-) also known as 福山芳樹, 福島芳樹 or Fukuyama, Yoshiki is a Japanese singer.

His albums: FUKUYAMA FIRE!!!, 真赤な誓い, , , HEART&SOUL, 25th Anniversary Macross Maximum Box! and . Genres related to him: Rock music.

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Noriko Uemura

Noriko Uemura (July 15, 1963 Chūō-ku, Fukuoka-) is a Japanese voice actor.

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Mari Iijima

Mari Iijima (May 18, 1963 Tsuchiura-) a.k.a. 飯島真理, 飯島 真理, Iijima Mari, いいじままり, いいじま まり, Marin or Lynn Minmay is a Japanese actor, singer-songwriter, voice actor, composer and pianist.

Her albums include Sonic Boom, 超時空要塞マクロス MARI IIJIMA sings LYNN MINMAY, Merry Christmas, Melody, Rose, MY HEART IN RED, Coquettish Blue, Best of the Best, Good Medicine, マクロス・ソングコレクション New Best One and 超時空要塞マクロス 飯島真理SONGメモリー ミンメイSINGS FOR YOU. Genres: Pop music, J-pop and Synthpop.

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Rei Igarashi

Rei Igarashi (January 9, 1963 Fuchu-) also known as Takako Oohama, Takako Ohama or Igarashi Rei is a Japanese voice actor and actor. She has one child, Hideyuki Hayami.

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Rikiya Koyama

Rikiya Koyama (December 18, 1963 Kyoto-) a.k.a. Koyama Rikiya, Rikki or Riki-chan is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

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Nina Kumagaya

Nina Kumagaya (July 18, 1963 Osaka Prefecture-) also known as Kumagaya Nīna, 熊谷 ニーナ, Makoto Kawahara or Niina Kumagaya is a Japanese voice actor.

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Yurika Hino

Yurika Hino (January 16, 1963 Kanagawa Prefecture-) also known as Yukari Shimizu is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Kaori Moriwaka

Kaori Moriwaka (December 11, 1963 Sapporo-) is a Japanese actor and musician.

Her albums include , , , , , and LOVE SONG for HEAVEN. Genres she performed: Pop music and Pop rock.

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Tomoyuki Shimura

Tomoyuki Shimura (December 12, 1963 Hitachi-) also known as Shimura Tomoyuki or Kazuyuki Shimura is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Hiro Kanagawa

Hiro Kanagawa (October 13, 1963 Sapporo-) a.k.a. Hiro Kangawa, Hironobu Kanagawa or Kanagawa Hironobu is a Japanese actor, playwright, screenwriter and voice actor.

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Hideki Fujisawa

Hideki Fujisawa (October 12, 1963 Japan-) otherwise known as Dance Man, Fujisawa Hideki, ナンテンマン, DANCE☆MAN or ダンス☆マン is a Japanese dancer, singer and music arranger.

His discography includes: Mirrorballism 4 (New Generation Dance Classics), Mirrorballism 2, Greatest Hits and Mirrorballism.

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Yumi Asou

Yumi Asou (August 15, 1963 Izumisano-) otherwise known as Asou Yumi, Aso Yumi or Asou, Yumi is a Japanese actor.

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Kaori Yamagata

Kaori Yamagata (February 27, 1963 Hirakata-) a.k.a. 山像かおり or Yamagata Kaori is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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光宗信吉

光宗信吉 (October 8, 1963 Fukuoka-) otherwise known as Shinkichi Mitsumune, Nobuyoshi Mitumune, Mitsumune Shinkichi, Mitsumune, Shinkichi, Nobuyoshi San-mune or Nobuyoshi light is a Japanese film score composer.

His most important albums: Utena OST 1: La Fillette Revolutionnaire, Utena OST 2: Virtual Star Embryology, Utena Movie OST - Adolescence Rush, Utena OST 3: Tainai Tokei Toshi Oruroi (Internal Clock, Municipal Orrery), Utena OST 4: Gasshoukyokushuu Tenchi Souzou Sunawachi Hikari (Angelic Creation, Namely, Light), , 遊戯王デュエルモンスターズ SOUND DUEL, Speed Grapher Original Soundtrack, Rozen Maiden OST and Yu-Gi-OH! Duel Monsters: Original Soundtrack Duel II. Genres he performed include Film score.

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Satoko Yamano

Satoko Yamano (August 2, 1963 Higashi-osaka-) also known as 山野 さと子, Yamano Satoko, 山野さと子 or Yamano, Satoko is a Japanese voice actor.

Her discography includes: .

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Hitoshi Matsumoto

Hitoshi Matsumoto (September 8, 1963 Amagasaki-) also known as Downtown, Matchan, Matsumoto Hitoshi or The Tetrist is a Japanese comedian, actor, film producer, film director, screenwriter and musician.

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Masatoshi Hamada

Masatoshi Hamada (May 11, 1963 Naniwa-ku, Osaka-) also known as Downtown or Hamada Masatoshi is a Japanese comedian, actor and musician. He has one child, Hama Okamoto.

Discography: .

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Yoko Ueno

Yoko Ueno (October 11, 1963-) also known as Ueno, Yoko or asterisk is a Japanese singer.

Her albums: Voices, Puzzle, , 夢迷宮 〜光と闇のダンス〜, 大地のla-li-la and Haibane Renmei Image Album: Seinaru Doukei.

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Emi Fujita

Emi Fujita (May 15, 1963 Japan-) a.k.a. Fujita, Emi or 藤田恵美 is a Japanese singer.

Her albums include camomile, Camomile Extra, camomile blend, Rembrandt Sky, Camomile Classics, Camomile Best Audio, Lullaby of Camomile ~Live in Singapore 2004~, , Camomile Plus a Special Album to All My Friends and .

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Nokko

Nokko (November 4, 1963 Urawa-ku, Saitama-) also known as NOKKO is a Japanese singer-songwriter.

Her albums include Colored, I Will Catch U., Call Me Nightlife, The Best of Nokko, , , THE NOKKO STORY, , The Christmas Songs and . Genres: J-pop and Pop music.

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Rolly Teranishi

Rolly Teranishi (September 6, 1963 Takatsuki-) also known as Rōrī Teranishi, Kazuo Teranishi or ROLLY is a Japanese musician, actor and music producer.

His albums: . His related genres: Music of Japan, Glam rock and Rock music.

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Kaho Shimada

Kaho Shimada (September 19, 1963 Minato-) is a Japanese singer and actor.

Her albums: Wedding Road, , I’m just a woman, HOTEL –Kaho Shimada Selection I–, , Will You Dance? and .

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Asako Fujii

Asako Fujii (August 3, 1963 Tokyo-) is a Japanese voice acting in japan.

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Monday Michiru

Monday Michiru (August 19, 1963 Tokyo-) also known as Monday Mishiru, Monday 満ちる Mariano, Michiru Akiyoshi, Mariano, Monday Michiru Sipiagin, Michiru Mariano, Monday Michiru Mariano, 秋吉 満ちる, Akiyoshi Michiru, マンデイ みちる, あきよし みちる, MONDAY満ちる or Akiyoshi, Michiru is a Japanese actor and singer. She has one child, Nikita.

Her albums include Naked With You, Groovement, Double Image, Mermaid, Yellow Bird, Episodes in Color, 4 Seasons, Adoption Agency, Delicious Poison and Jazz Brat. Genres she performed include Trip hop, Acid jazz, Smooth jazz, Soul music and Hip hop music.

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Hiroyuki Kitakubo

Hiroyuki Kitakubo (November 15, 1963 Bunkyō-) otherwise known as Kitakubo Hiroyuki is a Japanese screenwriter, film director and animator.

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Yoshitomo Yonetani

Yoshitomo Yonetani (May 12, 1963 Tokyo-) also known as ※-mai- or mai is a Japanese animation director and film director.

His albums: ユメノカケラ / 鎮-requiem-.

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Hiroto Kōmoto

Hiroto Kōmoto (March 17, 1963 Okayama-) a.k.a. Kōmoto Hiroto or Komoto, Hiroto is a Japanese singer-songwriter.

Genres: Punk rock.

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Naomi Tamura

Naomi Tamura (December 11, 1963 Nagoya-) also known as Tamura, Naomi is a Japanese singer.

Her albums include All You Need Is Love, Yuragu Kotonai Ai, Excellent, Thanx a Million, 揺らぐことない愛, Realize, No baby no cry, good bye silence, Treasure for each of us and ゆずれない願い. Genres she performed include J-pop and Rock music.

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Keiko Terada

Keiko Terada (July 27, 1963 Funabashi-) also known as 寺田恵子 or Terada, Keiko is a Japanese radio personality, songwriter and musician.

Discography: , , Body&Soul, and Out of Bounds. Genres she performed: Heavy metal, Hard rock and Rock music.

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Mamoru Samuragoch

Mamoru Samuragoch (September 21, 1963 Hiroshima Prefecture-) a.k.a. Mamoru Samuragouchi or Mamoru Samuragochi is a Japanese composer.

His albums: Sounds of Onimusha: Samuragoch's Best Selection, Biohazard Symphony Op. 91: Crime and Punishment, Biohazard: Symphony, Op. 91 and .

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