Japanese musicians born in 1974

Here are 50 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1974:

Miho Komatsu

Miho Komatsu (March 30, 1974 Japan-) a.k.a. Komatsu, Miho is a Japanese singer, songwriter and lyricist.

Her discography includes: 謎, 輝ける星, 謎, 願い事ひとつだけ, anybody's game, , 氷の上に立つように, さよならのかけら, 最短距離で and Kaze ga Soyogu Basho. Genres she performed include J-pop.

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Showtaro Morikubo

Showtaro Morikubo (February 25, 1974 Hachioji-) also known as Shotaro Morikubo, Syoutarou Morikubo, Morikubo Shōtarō, Shoutarou Morikubo, Syotarou Morikubo, Morikubo Showtaro or Morikubo, Shoutarou is a Japanese actor, singer and voice actor.

His albums include , The Answer, OUR NEWS / little by little, begin the TRY, , , What’s this?, Stand down, TRIBALISM 〜sunset side〜 and .

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Hekiru Shiina

Hekiru Shiina (March 12, 1974 Higashikurume-) also known as Shiina Hekiru, Makiko Shiina, Shiina, Hekiru or Shiina Makiko is a Japanese actor, voice actor and singer.

Her albums include Shiena, Setsunai egao, No Make Girl, Me wo samase otoko nara, Dameyo! Dameyo! Dameyo!!, Iroasenai shunkan, With a Will, Kaze ga fuku oka, Graduater and Dakishimete.

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Ryōka Yuzuki

Ryōka Yuzuki (January 10, 1974 Anjo-) also known as Yuzuki Ryoka, Yuzuki Ryouka, Ryouka Yuzuki, Ryoka Yuzuki, Yuzuki, Ryouka, AIRI, Ayumi Nagashii, Kanori Kadomatsu, Nagashii Ayumi, Kadomatsu Kanori, Yuzuki Ryōka or Ryôka Yuzuki is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

Her albums: Sister Princess ~Nijūnin No Tenshitachi~.

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Akari Kaida

Akari Kaida (January 10, 1974 Hyōgo Prefecture-) also known as 海田明里 or Kaida, Akari is a Japanese composer.

Her albums include Biohazard Original Soundtrack Remix, Discography of the Resident Evil video game series, Breath of Fire III, Onimusha 3 - J-Side, Dino Crisis and . Genres related to her: Video game music.

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Kaori Mizuhashi

Kaori Mizuhashi (August 28, 1974 Sapporo-) also known as Mizuhashi Kaori is a Japanese voice actor.

Her albums: , , スケッチスイッチ, , , ?でわっしょい, できるかなって☆☆☆, , and 我が家のお稲荷さま。天狐幻術 歌曲集.

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Hiroki Takahashi

Hiroki Takahashi (September 7, 1974 Adachi-) a.k.a. Takahashi Hiroki, Takahashi, Hiroki or Nihon (Takahashi, Hiroki) is a Japanese voice actor, actor and singer.

His albums: , Hello! and . Genres he performed: J-pop.

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Takahiro Sakurai

Takahiro Sakurai (June 13, 1974 Okazaki-) also known as Sakurai, Takahiro or Sakurai Takahiro is a Japanese voice actor and radio personality.

His albums include .

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Harumi Inoue

Harumi Inoue (September 23, 1974 Kumamoto-) is a Japanese actor, model and swimmer.

Her albums: and .

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Kiyomi Asai

Kiyomi Asai (April 12, 1974 Tokyo-) also known as Asai Kiyomi is a Japanese voice actor.

Discography: and 「君が望む永遠」Portrait.4~あゆ~.

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Mirai Yamamoto

Mirai Yamamoto (November 4, 1974 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Mirai Yamoto, Mirai Iwaki or Yamamoto Mirai is a Japanese actor and film producer.

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Kentarō Itō

Kentarō Itō (January 3, 1974 Hachioji-) also known as Kentaro Itou, Kentarô Itô, Itō Kentarō, Ito Kentaro, Kentarou Itou, Ito, Kentaro, Kentarō Itō or Kentaro Ito is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

His albums: BLEACH BEAT COLLECTION -RENJI ABARAI-.

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Mika Arisaka

Mika Arisaka (June 28, 1974 Japan-) a.k.a. 有坂美香, Mica Arisaka or Arisaka, Mika is a Japanese , .

Her most important albums: Life Goes On, infinite∞RYVIUS [dis-] [Over The Dream], 月迷風影, TV Song Book 1999-2006, Over The Dream, and Aquantum.

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Fumika Suzuki

Fumika Suzuki (October 11, 1974 Tochigi Prefecture-) is a Japanese model, voice acting in japan, gravure idol and voice actor.

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Mikiyo Ohno

Mikiyo Ohno (June 17, 1974 Tokyo-) also known as 大野幹代, Ohno Mikiyo or Ōno, Mikiyo is a Japanese singer, model and actor.

Discography: , , and . Genres: J-pop and Pop music.

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Mamiko Tayama

Mamiko Tayama (March 29, 1974 Iwate Prefecture-) is a Japanese singer.

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Junko Kawada

Junko Kawada (November 22, 1974-) is a Japanese singer.

Her albums: , , , , HERO GIRL, , , Jun mind, and .

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Masami Shiratama

Masami Shiratama (April 27, 1974 Hiroshima-) also known as Tama or 白玉雅己 is a Japanese musician.

His albums include Metal Cool, ホンノウ, !LOUD!, Great Pleasure and Natural Born. Genres: Music of Japan, J-pop, Rock music and Pop music.

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Kōji Wada

Kōji Wada (January 29, 1974 Fukuchiyama-) also known as Koji Wada, Wada Kouji, Wada, Koji or KALEIDO☆SCOPE is a Japanese singer.

His discography includes: Butter-Fly, ターゲット~赤い衝撃~, The Biggest Dreamer, Starting Over, , , 炎のオーバードライブ, FIRE!!, Hirari and an Endless tale. Genres: Rock music.

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Hiroyuki Yoshino

Hiroyuki Yoshino (February 6, 1974 Chiba Prefecture-) a.k.a. Yoshino Hiroyuki or Yoshino, Hiroyuki is a Japanese voice actor and singer.

His albums include , Peace, Get Set and Do it.

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Ayaka Hibiki

Ayaka Hibiki (June 8, 1974 Japan-) is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

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Sara Nakayama

Sara Nakayama (January 29, 1974 Saitama Prefecture-) also known as Nakayama, Sara is a Japanese , .

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Chiharu Tezuka

Chiharu Tezuka (October 27, 1974 Taitō-) is a Japanese voice actor.

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Hiroko Taguchi

Hiroko Taguchi (March 29, 1974 Japan-) also known as Taguchi, Hiroko is a Japanese voice actor.

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

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Setsuji Satō

Setsuji Satō (December 16, 1974 Tokyo-) also known as Setsuji Sato, 佐藤 せつじ or Satō Setsuji is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

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Takashi Onozuka

Takashi Onozuka (February 1, 1974 Tokyo-) is a Japanese voice actor.

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MINMI

MINMI (December 8, 1974 Osaka-) also known as Minmi or ミンミ is a Japanese singer, singer-songwriter and record producer.

Discography: The Perfect Vision, T.T.T., Miracle, Another World, imagine, natural, Are Yu Ready, I Love You Baby, Summertime!! and Nishiazabu Densetsu. Genres she performed: Reggae, J-pop, Soca music, Hip hop music, Rap music and Electropop.

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Yukiko Takaguchi

Yukiko Takaguchi (November 3, 1974 Okayama Prefecture-) also known as 高口幸子 or Takaguchi Yukiko is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

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Wataru Hokoyama

Wataru Hokoyama (August 24, 1974 Aizu-) otherwise known as Waterloo is a Japanese film score composer.

His albums include , Resident Evil 5, Biohazard 5 Original Soundtrack and .

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Nobuyuki Kobushi

Nobuyuki Kobushi (September 8, 1974 Kyoto Prefecture-) is a Japanese voice actor.

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Fumiko Orikasa

Fumiko Orikasa (December 27, 1974 Taitō-) also known as Orikasa Fumiko, Tomiko Orikasa, Orikasa, Fumiko or Oririn is a Japanese voice actor and singer.

Discography: Lune, Flower, 輪廻の果てに…, , , いちごコンプリート, , , and .

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Harumi Tsuyuzaki

Harumi Tsuyuzaki (April 11, 1974 Kawasaki-) also known as Lyrico or Tsuyuzaki Harumi is a Japanese , .

Her discography includes: harumi tsuyuzaki, Need You Badly, WONDER OF DREAM, WONDER OF LOVE, Thank You! -Wonder Of Love Tour 1997-, Wish, Feel so real, Believe Yourself, Believe Yourself and Especial Best of 1995-1998.

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Ai Nagano

Ai Nagano (August 13, 1974 Saitama Prefecture-) also known as Nagano Ai is a Japanese voice actor.

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Yuki Kaida

Yuki Kaida (November 30, 1974 Tokyo-) also known as Kaida, Yuki, Chuugoku (Kaida, Yuki), Yukki or Nikki is a Japanese actor, radio personality, presenter and voice actor.

Her albums include ヘタリア キャラクターCD, Volume 8: 中国 and .

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Kaori Sakagami

Kaori Sakagami (July 29, 1974 Nagasaki-) a.k.a. Kaori Skagami, Sakagami, Kaori, 坂上 香織 or Sakagami Kaori is a Japanese singer and actor.

Genres related to her: J-pop.

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Makoto Kawamoto

Makoto Kawamoto (January 19, 1974 Fukui-) also known as かわもとまこと, Kawamoto Makoto or 川本真琴 is a Japanese singer and songwriter.

Discography: 川本真琴, 1/2, Pi Ka Pi Ka, Fragile, KAWAMOTO Makoto, gobbledygook, , , and . Her related genres: J-pop, Pop music, Rock music and Funk.

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Daisuke Kishio

Daisuke Kishio (March 28, 1974 Matsusaka-) also known as Kishio Daisuke, Kishio, Daisuke, Daisaku Sensei, Dai-chan or Ganbi Daisaku is a Japanese voice actor, actor and singer.

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Tomomi Kahala

Tomomi Kahala (August 17, 1974 Koto, Tokyo-) also known as かはら ともみ, しもがわら ともみ, Tomomi Shimogawara, Shimogawara Tomomi, Tomomi Kahara, Kahara Tomomi or 下河原 朋美 is a Japanese singer, model, singer-songwriter and actor.

Her albums: storytelling, Kahala Compilation, LOVE BRACE, Naked, Best selection, nine cubes, Hate tell a lie, , DREAM-Self Cover Best-Premium Edition and Super Best Singles〜10th Anniversary. Genres she performed include J-pop, Pop music, Dance-pop, Adult contemporary music and Pop rock.

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Koji Asano

Koji Asano (April 26, 1974 Japan-) a.k.a. Asano, Koji is a Japanese , .

His albums include You Can't Open the Door Because It's Already Open, Zoo Telepathy, Crevasses, Fret, January Rainbow, The End of August, The Last Shade of Evening Falls 1/4, The Last Shade of Evening Falls 2/4, The Last Shade of Evening Falls 3/4 and The Last Shade of Evening Falls 4/4.

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Ryohei Yamamoto

Ryohei Yamamoto (December 30, 1974 Kyoto-) also known as Yamamoto Ryohei or Ryohei is a Japanese singer.

His albums: Almost There, Believe Me, Set Free, Take Over, onelove and Ryohei BEST. Genres he performed: Rhythm and blues.

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MOMO

MOMO (April 1, 1974-) is a Japanese singer and songwriter.

Genres she performed include Techno, Trance music and J-pop.

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Inaba Atsuko

Inaba Atsuko (March 13, 1974 Osaka-) also known as Inaba, Atsuko or Atsuko Inaba is a Japanese musician.

Genres: J-pop.

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Nujabes

Nujabes (February 7, 1974 Nishi-Azabu, Minato, Tokyo-February 26, 2010 Shibuya) a.k.a. Jun Seba was a Japanese disc jockey, record producer and composer.

His most important albums: Metaphorical Music, Modal Soul, Hydeout Productions 1st Collection, F.I.L.O., Next View, Samurai Champloo Music Record: Impression, Samurai Champloo Music Record: Departure, Spiritual State, Luv(sic.) Part 4 and Luv(sic) Part 5. Genres he performed include Jazz, Jazz rap, Cool jazz, Trip hop, Hip hop music, Nu jazz, Acid jazz and Instrumental hip hop.

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Kaoru

Kaoru (February 17, 1974 Hyōgo Prefecture-) also known as 薫 is a Japanese guitarist, record producer and composer.

Genres he performed: Heavy metal, Rock music, Alternative metal and Avant-garde metal.

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Tsuyoshi Kusanagi

Tsuyoshi Kusanagi (July 9, 1974 Seiyo-) also known as Kusanagi Tsuyoshi, 초난강 or Chonan Gang is a Japanese actor, singer and voice actor.

His most important albums: . Genres he performed include J-pop.

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Die

Die (December 20, 1974 Kumamoto-) is a Japanese guitarist, record producer and composer.

Genres: Heavy metal and Rock music.

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Erina Yamazaki

Erina Yamazaki (March 10, 1974 Tokyo-) is a Japanese , .

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Kousuke Yamashita

Kousuke Yamashita (February 17, 1974 Hamamatsu-) a.k.a. Kosuke Yamashita, Yamashita Kousuke or Yamashita, Kousuke is a Japanese composer.

His albums include Hana Yori Dango, 信長の野望 究極音盤, Xenosaga THE ANIMATION Original Soundtrack, , , , and .

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Satoru Kōsaki

Satoru Kōsaki (September 16, 1974 Toyonaka-) also known as Satoru Kousaki, Satoru Kosaki, Kamimae Shou or Kosaki, Satoru is a Japanese composer and film score composer.

His most well known albums: Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu, SOS-dan Radio Shibu Digest 06, sugar sweet nightmare & Bakemonogatari Music Collection I, 涼宮ハルヒの消失 Original Soundtrack, , , , , , and .

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Taichi Kokubun

Taichi Kokubun (September 2, 1974 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Kokubun Taich is a Japanese actor, keyboard player and presenter.

Genres: Rock music.

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