Japanese musicians born in 1971

Here are 50 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1971:

Masashi Hamauzu

Masashi Hamauzu (September 20, 1971 Munich-) also known as 浜渦正志, Hamauzu Masashi, Hamauzu Masasi, Hamauzu, Masashi, 濵渦正志 or はまうず まさし is a Japanese composer and musician.

His albums: Unlimited Saga, DIRGE of CERBERUS -FINAL FANTASY VII- Original Soundtrack, チョコボの不思議なダンジョン COI VANNI GIALLI, チョコボの不思議なダンジョン, Piano Pieces "SF2" ~ Rhapsody on a Theme of SaGa Frontier 2, SaGa Frontier II, Final Fantasy X Original Soundtrack, Before Crisis - Final Fantasy VII & Last Order Final Fantasy VII - OST, Final Fantasy XIII: Original Soundtrack and Final Fantasy XIII: Original Soundtrack PLUS. Genres he performed: Classical music, Ambient music, Jazz and Electronic music.

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Noriko Matsueda

Noriko Matsueda (December 18, 1971 Tochigi-) also known as 松枝賀子, 松枝 賀子, 松枝 賀子, Noriko Matueda, Noriko Matuseda or Matsueda, Noriko is a Japanese composer and musician.

Her albums include Bahamut Lagoon, Chrono Trigger: Original Sound Version, Front Mission 2, Music of the Front Mission series, 久遠 ~光と波の記憶~ Music from Final Fantasy X-2, Final Fantasy X-2 Vocal Collection: Yuna, Final Fantasy X-2 Vocal Collection: Paine, Final Fantasy X-2 Original Soundtrack, Final Fantasy X-2: Piano Collection and The Bouncer OST. Genres she performed: Pop music and Jazz.

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Yoshino Aoki

Yoshino Aoki (August 19, 1971 Kanagawa Prefecture-) also known as 青木佳乃, Aoki Yoshino, あおき よしの, あおきよしの, 青木 佳乃 or Aoki, Yoshino is a Japanese composer.

Her albums: Breath of Fire IV Original Soundtrack, Breath of Fire III, and .

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Tomo Sakurai

Tomo Sakurai (September 10, 1971 Ichikawa-) a.k.a. Tomoe Hatta, Lemon Angel, Sakurai Tomo, 櫻井 智, 八田 友江, Hatta Tomoe, 桜井智 or 桜井 智 is a Japanese voice actor, singer and actor.

Her albums include T-mode, Cherry, , , , Chacha ni Omakase, マクロス7 Friends〜時空を超えて〜, , and .

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Noriko Sakai

Noriko Sakai (February 14, 1971 Fukuoka-) a.k.a. Noriko Takaso, Sakai, Noriko or NORI-P is a Japanese singer and actor.

Her albums include Work Out Fine, Twin Best, Pure Collection, in snowflakes, , 大好き~my Moments Best~, WORDS OF LOVE, PURE, and . Genres related to her: J-pop and Pop music.

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Naozumi Takahashi

Naozumi Takahashi (December 6, 1971 Iwate Prefecture-) also known as Takahashi, Naozumi is a Japanese singer, voice actor and singer-songwriter.

His most recognized albums: kiss you, scene~残したい風景~, OK! and Anime Black Blood Brothers Intro Theme: Ashita no Kioku.

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Manabu Namiki

Manabu Namiki (September 13, 1971 Funabashi-) also known as 並木学, なみきまなぶ, まなぶなみき, Manabu "SANTARURU" Namiki or Namiki, Manabu is a Japanese , .

His discography includes: Battle Garegga Perfect Soundtrack, DEATHSMILES Original Sound Track, Dracula Densetsu ReBirth & Contra ReBirth Original Soundtrack, , , and . Genres he performed: Electronica.

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Junya Nakano

Junya Nakano (February 28, 1971 Kyoto-) also known as 仲野順也 or Nakano, Junya is a Japanese composer and musician.

His albums: アナザー・マインド オリジナル・サウンドトラック, Dew Prism Original Soundtrack, Final Fantasy X Original Soundtrack, Music of Final Fantasy IV, Music of the Front Mission series, Final Fantasy IV & The After Years Sounds Plus, Front Mission: Gun Hazard Original Soundtrack and Piano Collections: Final Fantasy X. Genres: Ambient music and Video game music.

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Norika Fujiwara

Norika Fujiwara (June 28, 1971 Nishinomiya-) otherwise known as Fujiwara Norika is a Japanese model and actor.

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Ryo Owatari

Ryo Owatari (April 4, 1971 Kanagawa Prefecture-) otherwise known as Owatari Ryo, Ryou, Oowatari, Oowatari Ryou, 大渡亮, おおわたり りょう, 大渡 亮, おおわたりりょう or Oowatari, Ryou is a Japanese guitarist.

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Issei Miyazaki

Issei Miyazaki (May 31, 1971 Asaminami-ku, Hiroshima-) also known as Miyazaki Issei or 宮崎 一成 is a Japanese voice actor.

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Akiko Kimura

Akiko Kimura (June 28, 1971 Eiheiji-) otherwise known as Kimura Akiko or Kimura, Akiko is a Japanese voice actor.

Her most important albums: , , , Re:, , , , and .

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Miwa Matsumoto

Miwa Matsumoto (December 15, 1971 Fukuoka Prefecture-) otherwise known as 松本 美和, Matsumoto Miwa or Matsumoto, Miwa is a Japanese voice actor.

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Machiko Toyoshima

Machiko Toyoshima (December 28, 1971 Ibaraki Prefecture-) otherwise known as Machirin or Toyoshima Machiko is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Masahiro Kobayashi

Masahiro Kobayashi (May 16, 1971 Yakumo-) also known as Kobayashi Masahiro is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

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Yasuyuki Kase

Yasuyuki Kase (March 14, 1971 Ōta, Tokyo-) a.k.a. Kase Yasuyuki is a Japanese voice acting in japan.

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Shinichiro Ohta

Shinichiro Ohta (March 20, 1971 Kanagawa Prefecture-) also known as Shinichirou Ohta or Shinichirô Ôta is a Japanese voice actor and tarento.

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Youki Kudoh

Youki Kudoh (January 17, 1971 Hachioji-) a.k.a. Yûki Kudô, Kudou Yuuki, Yoki Kudo or Kudō Yūki is a Japanese actor, singer and voice actor.

Discography: .

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Shoji Meguro

Shoji Meguro (June 4, 1971 Tokyo-) also known as 目黒将司, Meguro Shōji or Meguro, Shoji is a Japanese composer.

His most well known albums: Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne, Digital Devil Saga: Avatar Tuner, Digital Devil Saga: Avatar Tuner 2, Digital Devil Saga: Avatar Tuner 1 & 2 Integral, Burn My Dread -Reicarnation:PERSONA3, PERSONA3 FES Original Soundtrack, PERSONA3 Original Soundtrack, Persona 4 - Mini Piano Album, PERSONA3 PORTABLE Original Soundtrack and Catherine Official Soundtrack. Genres he performed include J-pop, Rock music, Electronic music and Jazz.

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Anna Makino

Anna Makino (December 4, 1971 Tokyo-) also known as Maniko Anna is a Japanese singer and choreographer.

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Kōichi Tōchika

Kōichi Tōchika (October 20, 1971 Osaka-) also known as Tōchika Kōichi, 遠近 孝一, Koichi Toochika, Kouichi Toochika, 遠近孝一, Toochika Kouichi or Toochika, Kouichi is a Japanese voice actor.

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Dai Nagao

Dai Nagao (March 28, 1971 Japan-) also known as 長尾大, Nagao Dai, ながおだい, ながお だい, 長尾 大, D・A・I, D.A.I or Nagao, Dai is a Japanese , .

Genres he performed: J-pop and Pop music.

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Emi Motoi

Emi Motoi (October 11, 1971 Kanagawa Prefecture-) is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Tenmon

Tenmon (October 4, 1971 Tokyo-) also known as 天門, Atsushi Shirakawa or Shirakawa Atsushi is a Japanese film score composer and composer.

His most well known albums: Beyond the Clouds, the Promised Place, 悠久の老木 - Lost Empire Saga, 秒速5センチメートル, Voices of a Distant Star, ef - a tale of memories. OST 1 ~espressivo~, ef - a tale of memories. OST 2 ~fortissimo~, Solstice an original sound track of "Feel coming spring", , and .

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Ayumi Shigemori

Ayumi Shigemori (December 15, 1971 Kumamoto-) is a Japanese actor.

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Teru

Teru (June 8, 1971 Hakodate-) a.k.a. 小橋照彦 or TERU is a Japanese singer, musician, songwriter and radio personality.

Genres he performed include Rock music and Pop music.

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Takuma Takewaka

Takuma Takewaka (March 22, 1971 Fukuoka Prefecture-) a.k.a. Takewaka Takuma is a Japanese voice actor.

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Rikiji

Rikiji (January 11, 1971-) is a Japanese , .

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Shinji Kawada

Shinji Kawada (October 6, 1971 Tochigi Prefecture-) also known as Kawada Shinji, Wassyoi Tarou, ワッショイ 太郎 or Tarou Wasshoi is a Japanese voice actor.

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Zeebra

Zeebra (April 2, 1971 Tokyo-) otherwise known as Hideyuki Yokoi is a Japanese , .

Discography: World of Music, Tokyo's Finest, The Rhyme Animal, Street Dreams, The New Beginning and Butterfly City Feat. RYO the SKYWALKER, Mummy-D & DOUBLE. Genres related to him: Hip hop music.

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Mariko Nanba

Mariko Nanba (June 28, 1971 Chiba Prefecture-) also known as 南波真理子 or Nanba, Mariko is a Japanese , .

Discography: Space Channel 5 Part 2 Soundtrack Vol. Hey!!, Music Popped Out of the Egg: Giant Egg OST and Space Channel 5 Part 2 Soundtrack Vol. Chu!.

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Natsumi Yanase

Natsumi Yanase (May 10, 1971 Tokyo-) also known as Yanase, Natsumi is a Japanese , .

Discography: ef - a tale of memories. ENDING THEME 〜Andante and .

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宮崎歩

宮崎歩 (August 25, 1971-) also known as Ayumi Miyazaki or Miyazaki, Ayumi is a Japanese singer.

Her discography includes: Power Play and brave heart.

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Kaoru Morota

Kaoru Morota (September 26, 1971 Osaka Prefecture-) also known as Morota Kaoru, Morota, Kaoru, Aya or 茂呂田かおる is a Japanese voice actor.

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Etsuko Kozakura

Etsuko Kozakura (February 22, 1971 Mizuho-) also known as Kumi Uchino, Etuko Kozakura, Kumi Domon, Domon Kumi, Kozakura Etsuko or Ecchan is a Japanese voice actor.

Her discography includes: and .

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須藤あきら

須藤あきら (November 4, 1971-) also known as Sudou Akira, Sudou, Akira or Akira Sudou is a Japanese singer.

Her albums: As Sekiria: Priss Asagiri Vocal Collection, Bubblegum Crisis 2040 - Waiting for You, Bubblegum Crisis 2040 - Y'Know and No Obligation.

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弘田佳孝

弘田佳孝 (September 1, 1971 Kyoto-) a.k.a. Yoshitaka Hirota or Hirota, Yoshitaka is a Japanese , .

His discography includes: near death experience, SHADOW HEARTS Arrangetracks. Genres he performed include Industrial music and Video game music.

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イズミカワソラ

イズミカワソラ (February 14, 1971-) a.k.a. イズミカワ ソラ, Sora Izumikawa, イズミカワ ソラ, いずみかわそら, いずみかわ そら, くもこ or Kumoko is a Japanese record producer, songwriter, composer and singer.

Her albums include Higher and Higher, Bottle Fairy - Four Seasons OST, Scene 1, , 11 and . Genres she performed include Music of Japan and J-pop.

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Takuro

Takuro (May 26, 1971 Hakodate-) also known as Kubo Takuro or TAKURO is a Japanese musician, guitarist, composer and songwriter.

Discography: Flow of Soul vol.1.. Genres: Music of Japan, J-pop, Rock music and Pop music.

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Chiaki

Chiaki (October 26, 1971 Maizuru-) otherwise known as Chiaki Fujimoto or Fujimoto Chiaki is a Japanese voice actor, tarento, singer, designer, impressionist, writer and lyricist. She has one child, Iroha Fujimoto.

Her albums include and PINK.

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Suneohair

Suneohair (May 6, 1971 Nagaoka-) a.k.a. Watanabe Kenji, Suneo hair or Kenji Watanabe is a Japanese actor, film score composer and musician.

His albums: 冬の翼, , headphone music, カナシミ, , Waltz, , テノヒラ, and ヒコウ. Genres related to him: Indie rock.

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山崎まさよし

山崎まさよし (December 23, 1971 Kusatsu-) otherwise known as やまざきまさよし, Yamazaki Masayoshi, Masayoshi Yamazaki, yamazaki_masayoshi or Yamazaki, Masayoshi is a Japanese musician, singer-songwriter and actor.

His albums: HOME, Domino, SHEEP, Plastic Soul, transition, , BLUE PERIOD, ONE KNIGHT STANDS, One more time, One more chance and 春も嵐も. Genres: J-pop and Alternative rock.

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Riho Makise

Riho Makise (December 17, 1971 Fukuoka-) is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

Discography: P.S. RIHO.

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Ju-ken

Ju-ken (June 27, 1971 Japan-) is a Japanese bassist and session musician.

Genres he performed: Pop music, Pop punk, Alternative rock, Hard rock and Pop rock.

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SUEMITSU & THE SUEMITH

SUEMITSU & THE SUEMITH (June 4, 1971-) otherwise known as SUEMITSU & THE SUEMITH KIDS, The Suemith or Suemith, The is a Japanese , .

His albums: Allegro Cantabile e.p., Sagittarius e.p., Astaire e.p., Man Here Plays Mean Piano, Man Here Plays Mean Piano - A New Edition 4 Sony Music, Rock a Nova, Sherbet Snow and the Airplane, Sunday'z Sun e.p., The Piano It's Me and Shock On The Piano. Genres: J-pop, Piano rock, Power pop and Soft rock.

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Risa Tachibana

Risa Tachibana (October 19, 1971 Osaka Prefecture-) is a Japanese actor and singer.

Her albums include Wooh, , , , , , , , and .

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TAKUYA

TAKUYA (September 9, 1971 Kyoto-) also known as 浅沼拓也 is a Japanese musician and record producer.

Discography: HOTARU, THE WIDE WILD WORLD, i love you and W-B-X ~W-Boiled Extreme~. Genres: Music of Japan and Rock music.

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Yoshikazu Mera

Yoshikazu Mera (May 21, 1971 Saito-) also known as Yoshizaku Mera, Mera, Yoshizaku or Mera Yoshikazu is a Japanese singer.

His albums: もののけ姫, Mother's Songs: Japanese Popular Songs, The Best of Yoshikazu Mera, Ombra mai fu, Nightingale: Japanese Art Songs, , , , and . His related genres: Classical music.

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Okuda Shunsaku

Okuda Shunsaku (July 11, 1971 Kyoto-) also known as Okuda, Shunsaku, Shunsaku Okuda or Chiffon Brownie is a Japanese , .

Genres: Rock music.

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Leisha Hailey

Leisha Hailey (July 11, 1971 Okinawa Prefecture-) also known as Hailey, Leisha is a Japanese actor, musician and songwriter.

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