Here are 50 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1979:
Koichi Domoto (January 1, 1979 Ashiya-) a.k.a. Domoto Koichi, Doumoto Kouichi, Kouichi Doumoto, Kôichi Dômoto, Dômoto Kôichi or Domoto, Koichi is a Japanese singer, singer-songwriter, actor, lyricist, composer, tv personality and voice actor.
His discography includes: Gravity and BPM. Genres: J-pop and Pop music.
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Tsuyoshi Domoto (April 10, 1979 Nara-) also known as Domoto Tsuyoshi, Tsuyoshi Doumoto, Tsuyoshi Dômoto or 244 Endli-x is a Japanese singer, singer-songwriter, actor, lyricist, composer, artist, japanese idol, songwriter, illustrator, fashion designer, musician, visual artist and music artist.
His albums include Neo Africa Rainbow Ax, I and Ai, Rosso e Azzurro, WAVER, Shamanippon, Roinochinoi, Futsuyoshi Ban, [si:], , , and . His related genres: J-pop, Pop music, Blues, Jazz, Funk, Soul music and Pop rock.
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Chitose Hajime (January 5, 1979 Amami Ōshima-) also known as Hajime Chitose or HAJIME, Chitose is a Japanese singer.
Discography: Hajime Chitose, コトノハ, 君ヲ想フ, Hainumikaze, ハイヌミカゼ, Nomad Soul, , 冬のハイヌミカゼ, 語り継ぐこと and 春のかたみ. Genres she performed include World music, Folk music and Shima-uta.
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Yumiko Kobayashi (June 18, 1979 Yōkaichiba, Chiba-) also known as Kobayashi Yumiko or a young child is a Japanese singer and voice actor.
Her discography includes: Sister Princess ~Nijūnin No Tenshitachi~.
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Yōko Honna (January 7, 1979 Soka-) also known as Yoko Honna, Youko Honna, Honna Yōko or Honna, Youko is a Japanese voice actor, actor and singer.
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Tomiko Van (January 9, 1979 Yamato-) also known as Ban Tomiko, Van Tomiko or Van, Tomiko is a Japanese singer and singer-songwriter.
Her most well known albums: FAREWELL, Flower, Voice: Cover You With Love, VOICE 2 ～cover lovers rock～, Van, , Tokyo Biyori and . Genres she performed include Music of Japan, J-pop, Jazz and Rock music.
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Rie Tomosaka (October 12, 1979 Nagano-) also known as Tomosaka, Rie, Eri Sakatomo, Sakatomo Eri or Tomosaka Rie is a Japanese actor and singer. Her child is called Fu Watanabe.
Her albums include Rie Tomosaka Best, Shoujo Robot, Cappuccino, Escalation, rie tomosaka best+3, トリドリ。, un, LIVE & REMIX and . Her related genres: J-pop.
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Yukie Nakama (October 30, 1979 Urasoe-) also known as Yukie-chan, First Lady of Ringu, Nakama Yukie or Nakama, Yukie is a Japanese actor, model and singer.
Her albums: 心に私がふたりいる, 青い鳥, Birthday, 遠い日のメロディー, 遠い日のメロディー, MOONLIGHT to DAYBREAK, 負けない愛がきっとある and .
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Akiko Kobayashi (June 9, 1979 Yokohama-) also known as Kobayashi Akiko or Kobayashi, Akiko is a Japanese singer, actor and voice actor.
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Mayako Nigo (December 2, 1979 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Nigo, Mayako is a Japanese voice actor.
Her discography includes: THE IDOLM@STER MASTER SPECIAL WINTER, , THE iDOLM@STER MASTERPIECE 04, , THE iDOLM@STER MASTERPIECE 03, , THE iDOLM@STER MASTERPIECE 05, and THE iDOLM@STER Christmas for you!.
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Yūki Masuda (September 12, 1979 Tokyo-) also known as Masuda Yūki, Yuki Masuda or Masuda Yuuki is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Megumi Okina (August 6, 1979 Hiroshima-) otherwise known as Okina Megumi, Takae Mimasu, 奥菜恵 or おきな めぐみ is a Japanese actor and singer.
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Kozue Yoshizumi (September 7, 1979 Tokyo-) also known as 吉住 梢, Yoshizumi Kozue, Kyouko Yoshida, 吉田 恭子, Yoshida Kyouko, Yui Katase, 片瀬唯, Katase Yui or 吉住梢 is a Japanese voice actor.
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Yumi Nakashima (December 1, 1979-) is a Japanese , .
Genres related to her: Rock music, J-pop and Pop music.
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Takahiro Konagawa (November 30, 1979 Ōita Prefecture-) also known as Konagawa Takahiro or Kona is a Japanese singer.
Genres: Music of Japan, J-pop, Pop music and Rock music.
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Hiromi Yanagihara (October 19, 1979-July 16, 1999) also known as 柳原尋美 or Yanagihara, Hiromi was a Japanese singer.
Genres she performed: J-pop.
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Hinano Yoshikawa (December 21, 1979 Higashikurume-) otherwise known as Ai Takada is a Japanese actor.
Her most important albums: I am pink, , , , and One More Kiss.
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Suara (August 3, 1979 Osaka-) otherwise known as Tatsumi Akiko, 巽 明子, たつみ あきこ or 巽明子 is a Japanese singer.
Her most well known albums: Asatte no Hōkō, , BLUE / 蕾 -blue dreams-, 光の季節, 太陽と月, , 舞い落ちる雪のように, 赤い糸, アマネウタ and 夢想歌.
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Yozuca (March 21, 1979-) also known as Yozuca* is a Japanese singer.
Her albums: , Going My Way, サクライロノキセツ, キラメク, Ever After, WHITE HEAT, nico., S.S.D!, Ageha and 10th Anniversary Best [enjoy].
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Sachiko Kojima (January 18, 1979 Chiba Prefecture-) is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
Her albums include BAMBOO BEAT/STAR RISE.
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Yuki Maeda (August 28, 1979 Kochi-) a.k.a. Maeda Yuki or Maeda, Yuki is a Japanese singer and actor.
Her albums: Naki Usagi, , Tokyo You Turn, , Tokyo Yoimachigusa., , Tokyo Kirigirisu, , Sarasara no Kawa and . Her related genres: Enka.
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Asaka Kubo (January 20, 1979 Japan-) is a Japanese gravure idol and model.
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Takashi Kondō (May 12, 1979 Okazaki-) also known as Kondō Takashi, Takashi Kondou or Takashi Kondô is a Japanese voice acting in japan.
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Manaka Senri (October 4, 1979-) also known as 千里愛風 or Senri, Manaka is a Japanese singer.
Her albums include 鳥の歌 / PLACE. Her related genres: J-pop.
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Keiko Nemoto (December 10, 1979 Chiba Prefecture-) a.k.a. Nemoto Keiko is a Japanese voice actor.
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Olivia Lufkin (December 9, 1979 Okinawa-) otherwise known as OLIVIA, OLIVIA inspi'REIRA [TRAPNEST], OLIVIA inspi'REIRA (TRAPNEST), OLIVIA inspi REIRA, OLIVIA inspi’ REIRA(TRAPNEST), OLIVIA inspi' REIRA, OLIVIA inspi' REIRA (TRAPNEST), OLIVIA inspi' REIRA(TRAPNEST) or OLIVIA inspi’REIRA(TRAPNEST) is a Japanese singer, musician, model and songwriter.
Her most well known albums: The Cloudy Dreamer, Wish / Starless Night, I.L.Y. ~desire~, できない, Dress me Up, Dear Angel, a little pain, The Lost Lolli, Into the Stars and Sea Me. Genres related to her: Alternative rock, Rock music, Trip hop, Downtempo, J-pop, Ambient music, Electronica, Pop rock, Electronic dance music, Industrial rock and Pop music.
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Tomoe Shinohara (March 29, 1979 Higashimurayama-) also known as Shinohara Tomoe or Shinohara, Tomoe is a Japanese singer, artist, record producer, actor, fashion designer, visual artist, musician and music artist.
Her albums include an Audio, Deep Sound Channel, DREAM & MACHINE, Happy Point, I wanna say to..., MEGAPHONE SPEAKS, Marumouke, Yaruki Sensation, Ultra Relax and Kurukuru Mirakuru. Genres: J-pop, Dance music, Pop music and Experimental music.
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Hiroko Anzai (February 9, 1979 Sagamihara-) also known as 安西 紘子, あんざい ひろこ, Anzai Hiroko or Hiroko, Anzai is a Japanese model and pornographic film actor.
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Wise (August 10, 1979 Nagoya-) also known as WISE is a Japanese singer and master of ceremonies.
His albums: Mirror (feat. Salyu). His related genres: Japanese hip hop.
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Rie Kugimiya (May 30, 1979 Kumamoto-) also known as Kugimiya Rie, Queen of Tsundere or TsundeRie is a Japanese voice actor and singer.
Her albums: , , ホントノキモチ, , ゴメンネ♥, , 四角い宇宙で待ってるよ, , and THE 夢のヒットスクエア2 キャラソン清澄対局編.
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Kimiko Koyama (January 27, 1979 Tokushima-) also known as Koyama Kimiko, Koyama, Kimiko, こやまきみこ or 古山 貴実子 is a Japanese voice actor.
Her albums include and ありのままでlovin'U.
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Atsuko Enomoto (November 1, 1979 Tokyo-) otherwise known as Enomoto Atsuko or Enomoto, Atsuko is a Japanese voice actor and singer.
Her most recognized albums: Be My Angel, HAPPY! SMILE! HELLO!, and 天使のゆびきり.
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Yusuke Kamiji (April 18, 1979 Yokosuka-) also known as 上地 雄輔, かみじ ゆうすけ, Kamiji Yusuke, 遊助, Yusuke, 神児遊助, 羞恥心, アラジン, Shuchishin, Kamiji Yūsuke, Yūsuke Kamiji or Yūsuke is a Japanese actor, singer-songwriter, singer and tarento.
His albums: I Wish I Was at That Festival, Void Last Line, , , , , , , and . His related genres: J-pop.
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Yuria (March 3, 1979-) a.k.a. YURIA is a Japanese , .
Her albums include YOU, ORIGINAL!, YURIA, , Link-age, , Guri Guri and .
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Sayuri Katayama (July 3, 1979 Japan-) is a Japanese , .
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Myco (February 27, 1979 Japan-) a.k.a. myco is a Japanese voice acting in japan and singer.
Her albums include HIBARI, my-collage and . Genres she performed include J-pop.
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Chata (November 21, 1979 Fukushima Prefecture-) is a Japanese , .
Her most well known albums: murmur, KSL Live World 2008 Pamphlet and Memorial Disc, , , , , , , and Works Best. Genres she performed: J-pop and Video game music.
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Jasmine You (March 8, 1979 Aichi Prefecture-August 9, 2009 Tokyo) also known as You, Jasmine was a Japanese musician and bassist.
Genres he performed include Hard rock, Neoclassical metal and Symphonic metal.
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Michiyo Heike (April 6, 1979 Osaka Prefecture-) a.k.a. Heike Michiyo, Michiyo, 平家充代 or Heike, Michiyo is a Japanese singer-songwriter and singer.
Her albums: GET, 卒業 〜TOP OF THE WORLD〜, Teenage Dream, , , , scene, , and For ourself -Single History-. Genres she performed include J-pop.
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Tavito Nanao (August 20, 1979 Kochi-) a.k.a. 七尾旅人, ななお たびと, 中尾真人 or Nanao Tavito is a Japanese disc jockey and singer-songwriter.
Genres: Punk rock, Electronic music, Experimental music and Alternative rock.
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Hizaki (February 17, 1979 Shiga Prefecture-) a.k.a. HIZAKI is a Japanese musician, songwriter and guitarist.
His albums include Maiden Ritual, Dance with grace, HIZAKI, Grace Special Package Ⅰ, Maiden†Ritual -experiment edition-, Ruined Kingdom, curse of virgo, Dignity of crest, -unique- and . Genres: Rock music, Power metal, Hard rock, Neoclassical metal and Symphonic metal.
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Hiromi (March 26, 1979 Hamamatsu-) also known as うえはら ひろみ, Uehara Hiromi, Hiromi Uehara, 上原 ひろみ or Uehara, Hiromi is a Japanese jazz pianist and jazz composer.
Related albums: Another Mind, Brain, Hiromi Live in Concert, Beyond Standard, Place to Be, Spiral, Voice, Duet, Get Together -LIVE IN TOKYO and Move. Genres she performed include Jazz, Bebop, Jazz fusion, Jazz-funk, Post-bop and Classical music.
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DJ Ozma (April 26, 1979 Kimitsu-) also known as DJ OZMA, 綾小路翔, 綾小路セロニアス翔, ディージェイ オズマ, 尾妻野 純直, おずまの すみただ, Ozumano Sumitada, Sumitada Ozumano, 矢島 ナオミ, ナオミ・カメリア・ヤジマ, やじま なおみ, Yajima Naomi, Naomi Yajima, Naomi Camellia Yajima, Sho Ayanokoji, Sho Thelonius Ayanokoji or Show Ayanocozey is a Japanese singer.
His albums include E.YO.NE!!, I ♥ PARTY PEOPLE, I ♥ PARTY PEOPLE 2, Lie-Lie-Lie, Spiderman, TOKYO BOOGiE BACK / For You, 疾風迅雷 ~命 BOM-BA-YE~, MASURAO, Age♂Age♂EVERY☆Knight and One Night. Genres: J-pop, Pop music, Hip hop music and Dance music.
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Naoto Inti Raymi (August 15, 1979 Mie Prefecture-) a.k.a. Nakamura Naoto, Naoto Nakamura, Naoto Intiraimi or Naoto is a Japanese disc jockey and singer-songwriter.
His most recognized albums: Shall We Travel??, Funk Renaissance, Adventure, Kazeuta Caravan and . Genres he performed: J-pop, Latin American music and Funk.
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Ao Takahashi (August 8, 1979 Saitama Prefecture-) a.k.a. 高橋裕子, 高梁碧, Takahashi, Ao or Ao Takahashi is a Japanese voice actor.
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Rino Nakasone Razalan (June 11, 1979 Naha-) a.k.a. Rino Nakasone, Rino "Razalan" Nakasone, Music, Nakasone Rino, Rino or Harajuku Girls is a Japanese dancer, actor, choreographer, model and singer.
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Rake (August 15, 1979 Sendai-) is a Japanese singer-songwriter.
His albums include , , , Free Bird and . Genres related to him: Pop rock and J-pop.
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Maya (July 30, 1979-) also known as Maya lm.c, maya or Masahito Yamazaki is a Japanese musician.
Genres he performed: Electronic rock, Rock music and Pop music.
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Kinya Kotani (July 16, 1979 Saitama Prefecture-) also known as Kotani Kin'ya, KINYA, キンヤ, MC-K2, コタニ キンヤ or BAD LUCK is a Japanese actor.
His most recognized albums: 情熱 BALLAD, HISTORY P-20, Sweet Sweet Samba, Easy Action, No! Virtual, Love Stuff, WHAT?××PHYSICAL××, Spicy Marmalade, Mad Soldiers' LABORATORY and NATIVE. Genres he performed: Pop music and Rock music.
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Miki Furukawa (February 19, 1979 Japan-) a.k.a. フルカワミキ or Furukawa, Miki is a Japanese , .
Her albums: Mirrors, Bondage Heart, , , and Moshi Moshi, Kikoemasuka?. Genres she performed include Rock music, Pop music, Synthpop and Electropop.
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