Japanese musicians born in 1964

Here are 50 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1964:

Yoko Kanno

Yoko Kanno (March 19, 1964 Sendai-) also known as Yoko Kano, Kanno Yoko, Kanno, Yoko, Gabriela Robin, Gabriella Robin, Kanno Youko, Kanno son, Kanno Yōko or Robin, Gabriela is a Japanese musician, composer, conductor, record producer, film score composer and singer.

Her albums: Uncharted Waters II, ∀ Gundam: Original Soundtrack 3: COCOA, Arjuna : Into The Another World, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex O.S.T., Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex "be Human", GET9, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex O.S.T. 2, , Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex O.S.T 3 and Brain Powerd. Genres: Jazz, Synth rock, Folk rock, Blues, J-pop, Art rock, Classical music, Electronic music, New Age, Orchestra, Electronic rock, Film score, Pop music, New-age music, Folk music and Ambient music.

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Kikuko Inoue

Kikuko Inoue (September 25, 1964 Yokosuka-) otherwise known as Inoue Kikuko, Oneesan, Onee-chan, Kikuko Kumagai or Kumagai Kikuko is a Japanese singer-songwriter and voice actor.

Her albums: , Anata no Birthday, Happy Lesson ~Kachofugetsu~, Inoue Kikuko no ruriiro Aquarium, Inoue Kikuko no ruriiro aquarium special, Okaerinasai, , そらいろのえほん, and たのしいこと.

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Ken Narita

Ken Narita (May 18, 1964 Saitama Prefecture-) also known as Tsutomu Narita, Narita Ken or Narita Tsutomu is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

Related albums: .

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Yūko Mizutani

Yūko Mizutani (November 4, 1964 Ama District, Aichi-) a.k.a. Yuko Mizutani, Yûko Nishikubo or Yuuko Mizutani is a Japanese voice actor, actor and singer.

Her most recognized albums: The Secret of Blue Water, Volume 3.

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Kunihiko Ikuhara

Kunihiko Ikuhara (December 21, 1964 Osaka Prefecture-) a.k.a. Ikuhara Kunihiko, 幾原 邦彦, Ikuni, Kunihiko Hara go or Did firewood vortex is a Japanese film director, record producer, gensaku-sha, theatre director and writer.

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Noriyuki Iwadare

Noriyuki Iwadare (April 28, 1964 Matsumoto-) a.k.a. 岩垂徳行, Noriyaki Iwadare, Working Designs, Noriyuka Iwadare or Iwadare, Noriyuki is a Japanese , .

His most well known albums: GRANDIA ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACKS, GRANDIA ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACKS II, Grandia II: Deus, Grandia II: Povo, Radiata Stories, Grandia III, Grandia Xtreme, Ingmar -for the beginning-, Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete and Lunar: The Silver Star.

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Mitsuaki Madono

Mitsuaki Madono (July 28, 1964 Osaka Prefecture-) a.k.a. Mitsuaki Matono or Madono Mitsuaki is a Japanese voice actor.

Related albums: BLEACH BEAT COLLECTION -HANATARO YAMADA & KON-.

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Takashi Nagasako

Takashi Nagasako (February 24, 1964 Wakayama Prefecture-) a.k.a. Takashi Nagasaka, Takashi Nagasaki, Takeshi Nagasako or Nagasako Takashi is a Japanese voice actor.

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Keiji Fujiwara

Keiji Fujiwara (October 5, 1964 Tokyo-) also known as Fujiwara Keiji or Keiji Fujisawa is a Japanese voice actor, actor, entrepreneur, voice director, teacher and narrator.

Discography: and .

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Koshi Inaba

Koshi Inaba (September 23, 1964 Tsuyama-) also known as 稲葉浩志, Inaba, Koshi or Hiroshi Inaba is a Japanese singer, musician, composer, lyricist and multi-instrumentalist.

His albums include , , , KI, Wonderland, Peace of Mind, , , Okay and Singing Bird. Genres he performed: Hard rock, Music of Japan, J-pop, Rock music, Pop music, Blues rock and Pop rock.

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Osamu Hosoi

Osamu Hosoi (September 22, 1964 Saitama Prefecture-) is a Japanese voice actor.

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Hiroko Yakushimaru

Hiroko Yakushimaru (June 9, 1964 Minato-) a.k.a. Yakushimaru Hiroko is a Japanese actor and singer.

Discography: セーラー服と機関銃, PRIMAVERA, 探偵物語, Golden Best, , Woman ”Wの悲劇”より, Uta Monogatari, Kokinshū, and 2000 Millennium BEST. Genres she performed include Pop music and Kayōkyoku.

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Maiko Ito

Maiko Ito (August 18, 1964 Nagoya-) otherwise known as Maiko Itou, Itou Maiko, いとうまい子 or 伊藤麻衣子 is a Japanese actor and tarento.

Her albums: 微熱かナ and 夢の入口.

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Masaya Onosaka

Masaya Onosaka (October 13, 1964 Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka-) also known as Onosaka Masaya, Onosaka, Masaya or Masaya Onozaka is a Japanese voice actor and narrator.

Discography: SAYONARA and .

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Junko Mihara

Junko Mihara (September 13, 1964 Itabashi-) also known as Junko Miyatani or Mihara Junko is a Japanese actor, singer and politician.

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Takumi Yamazaki

Takumi Yamazaki (April 14, 1964 Tokyo-) also known as Isao Yamazaki, Yamazaki Takumi, Yamazaki Isao or Yamazaki is a Japanese voice actor and director of audiography.

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Hiroshi Fujiwara

Hiroshi Fujiwara (February 7, 1964 Mie Prefecture-) also known as Fujiwara, Hiroshi is a Japanese , .

His discography includes: Hiroshi Fujiwara in Dub Conference, The A.P.C. Experience, Nothing Much Better to Do, Classic Dub Classics and LOST CHILD.

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Ritsuko Kawai

Ritsuko Kawai (March 3, 1964 Toyonaka-) is a Japanese , .

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Toshiharu Sakurai

Toshiharu Sakurai (July 3, 1964 Tokyo-) otherwise known as Sakurai Toshiharu is a Japanese voice actor.

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Junko Hagimori

Junko Hagimori (October 20, 1964 Hyōgo Prefecture-) is a Japanese voice actor.

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Rie Ishizuka

Rie Ishizuka (April 23, 1964 Shizuoka-) also known as Ishizuka Rie is a Japanese voice actor.

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Akifumi Endō

Akifumi Endō (December 10, 1964 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Akifumi Endo is a Japanese voice actor.

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Yumiko Shibata

Yumiko Shibata (November 21, 1964 Tokyo-) is a Japanese voice actor.

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Mimori Yusa

Mimori Yusa (February 20, 1964 Japan-) otherwise known as Harmonica Park or Yusa, Mimori is a Japanese singer and singer-songwriter.

Her albums include 桃と耳 ~遊佐未森ベストソングス, 水色, Aluhi-Halenohi [アルヒハレノヒ], , HOPE, 銀河手帖, , , and . Genres related to her: J-pop.

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Hiroshi Takano

Hiroshi Takano (December 14, 1964-) also known as 高野寛, たかのひろし, たかの ひろし, タカノ ヒロシ or タカノヒロシ is a Japanese record producer and singer-songwriter.

Related albums: , , , Timeless Piece〜BEST OF HIROSHI TAKANO, , Rainbow Magic, , , and . Genres he performed: Power pop, Pop music, Rock music and Synthpop.

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Shinji Aoyama

Shinji Aoyama (July 13, 1964 Kitakyushu-) also known as Aoyama Shinji or Saburô Rakan is a Japanese film director, screenwriter, novelist, composer, film critic, film score composer, film editor and actor.

His related genres: Film score.

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Kaoru Sugita

Kaoru Sugita (November 27, 1964 Shinjuku-) a.k.a. Kaoru Hashimoto, 橋本 薫, 杉田 かおる, Hashimoto Kaoru, Sugita Kaor or Sugita Kaoru is a Japanese actor.

Her albums include Tori No Uta.

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You

You (August 29, 1964 Tokyo-) also known as Ehara Yukiko, YOU, Yukiko Ehara, FAIRCHILD or Yū is a Japanese singer, actor, model and tarento.

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Masahiko Kondō

Masahiko Kondō (July 19, 1964 Yokohama-) also known as Matchy, マッチ, 近藤真彦, Masahiko Kondou or Kondou, Masahiko is a Japanese race car driver, singer and lyricist. His child is Gosuke Kondo.

His albums: Thank Ai You, , THE ROCK BEST, and . Genres related to him: Hard rock, Kayōkyoku and Pop music.

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Eizo Sakamoto

Eizo Sakamoto (February 23, 1964 Nishinomiya-) also known as EIZO Japan, さかもとえいぞう, Sakamoto Eizo, さかもと えいぞう, Sakamoto, Eizou, 坂本英三 or Sakamoto, Eizo is a Japanese singer, musician and songwriter.

His albums: Metal Handsome Man, Shout Drunker and Metal Icchokusen. Genres he performed: Heavy metal.

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Hide

Hide (December 13, 1964 Yokosuka-May 2, 1998 Minami-Azabu, Minato, Tokyo) also known as Hideto Matsumoto, hide or Matsumoto Hideto was a Japanese musician, songwriter, guitarist and singer.

His discography includes: 50% & 50%, Beauty & Stupid, Dice, Eyes Love You, In Motion, MISERY, TELL ME, Hi-Ho / GOOD BYE, KING OF PSYBORG ROCK STAR and SINGLES ~ Junk Story. His related genres: Alternative rock, Heavy metal, Progressive metal, Power metal, Speed metal, Rock music, Symphonic metal, Industrial rock and Glam metal.

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Minami Takayama

Minami Takayama (May 5, 1964 Adachi-) also known as Takayama Minami, Arai Izumi, Izumi Arai or Minami is a Japanese singer, actor, voice actor and film score composer.

Her albums include Endless Communication and . Genres: J-pop, Pop rock, Synthpop, Pop music and Electropop.

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Kenji Yamamoto

Kenji Yamamoto (April 25, 1964-) also known as 山本健誌 or Yamamoto, Kenji is a Japanese film editor and film producer.

His most important albums: Dragon Ball Z: Super Butôden 3 Original Soundtrack, Dragon Ball Z: Game Music Rebirth Edition, Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 Original Soundtrack, Dragon Ball Z: Super Butôden 2 Original Soundtrack, Dragon Ball Z 3 Original Soundtrack, Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit Original Soundtrack, Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World Original Soundtrack, Dragon Ball Z & Z 2 Original Soundtrack, Dragon Ball Z: Indainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu Original Soundtrack and Dragon Ball Kai: Original Soundtrack.

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Kazumi Kawai

Kazumi Kawai (July 9, 1964 Kōenji-May 9, 1997) also known as かわい かずみ, くが ともこ, 可愛 かずみ, Kuga Tomoko, Kawai Kazumi, 久我 知子 or Tomoko Kuga was a Japanese actor and singer.

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Kaho Minami

Kaho Minami (January 20, 1964 Amagasaki-) also known as Minami Kaho, Kaho Watanabe or Watanabe Kaho is a Japanese actor.

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Mika Kanai

Mika Kanai (March 18, 1964 Setagaya-) also known as Mika Yamadera, Mikapii or Kanai Mika is a Japanese singer, voice actor and actor.

Her albums include GALAXY ANGEL Duet 3 ミント‧ブラマンシュ& ヴァニラ‧H/アッシュ, Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Original Soundtrack 04, Happy! Lucky! Dochy! and .

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Soyo Oka

Soyo Oka (April 9, 1964 Hyōgo Prefecture-) also known as 岡素世 or Oka, Soyo is a Japanese composer and musician.

Her albums include Game Sound Museum ~Famicom Edition~ 06 Ice Climber and TOY MUSIC2 FIRE EMBLEM AKIHABARA ELECTRIC CIRCUS.

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Michihiko Ohta

Michihiko Ohta (November 23, 1964 Japan-) also known as 太田美知彦, 太田 美知彦, おおた みちひこ, Oota, Michihiko or Ohta Michihiko is a Japanese , .

His albums include Bubblegum Crash! 3 [Melt Down], Captain Tsubasa J Original Soundtrack and .

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Seiji Kameda

Seiji Kameda (June 3, 1964 New York City-) is a Japanese musician, record producer and composer.

Genres he performed: J-pop and Pop music.

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Yuji Adachi

Yuji Adachi (March 10, 1964 Osaka-) is a Japanese , .

His albums include and Maniac Love Station. Genres: Heavy metal and Hard rock.

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NoB

NoB (January 20, 1964 Japan-) also known as Yamada Nobuo, 山田 信夫, NoB, やまだ のぶお, 山田信夫 or Nobuo Yamada is a Japanese singer and screenwriter.

His most recognized albums: Empty Time of TNB. Genres he performed: Music in Japanese animation.

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Hiro Takahashi

Hiro Takahashi (August 10, 1964 Tokyo-November 4, 2005) also known as 高橋ひろ was a Japanese singer and singer-songwriter.

His albums: and . Genres he performed include J-pop and Pop music.

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Yasuharu Takanashi

Yasuharu Takanashi (April 13, 1964 Tokyo-) also known as Takanashi, Yasuharu is a Japanese film score composer, keyboard player, music arranger and composer.

Discography: , , Movie Naruto Shippuden Kizuna Original Sundtrack, Naruto Shippuuden Original Soundtrack 2, , , , , and FAIRY TAIL ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK VOLUME 2. Genres: Hard rock, Background music and Heavy metal.

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Tatsuo Satō

Tatsuo Satō (July 7, 1964-) a.k.a. Satō Tatsuo or Sato, Tatsuo is a Japanese screenwriter, television director and television producer.

Related albums: 機動戦艦ナデシコお洒落倶楽部.

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Atsuko Yamano

Atsuko Yamano (February 22, 1964 Osaka Prefecture-) also known as 山野敦子 or Yamano, Atsuko is a Japanese drummer, bassist and singer.

Genres she performed: Alternative rock, Pop punk and Indie pop.

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Michael A. Levine

Michael A. Levine (February 20, 1964 Tokyo-) also known as Michael Alan Levine or Michael Levine is a Japanese record producer, composer, film score composer and actor.

Genres he performed: 20th-century classical music and Film score.

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Max Matsuura

Max Matsuura (October 1, 1964 Kōnan-ku, Yokohama-) also known as Matsuura Masato, Masato Matsuura, 松浦真在人 or 松浦勝人 is a Japanese record producer, songwriter, talent manager, businessperson and radio personality.

Genres: Pop music and Eurobeat.

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Shinichi Watanabe

Shinichi Watanabe (September 6, 1964 Yokohama-) also known as Nabeshin, ワタナベシンイチ or Watanabe, Shin'ichi is a Japanese film director and voice actor.

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Akira Mitake

Akira Mitake (March 31, 1964 Tokyo-) otherwise known as 見岳 章, 見岳アキラ, みたけ あきら or Mitake Akira is a Japanese music arranger.

His albums include Humanoid Kikaider the Animation.

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Kan Tanaka

Kan Tanaka (February 3, 1964 Tokyo-) also known as 田中 完 or Tanaka Kan is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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