Japanese musicians died at 51

Here are 12 famous musicians from Japan died at 51:

Yuriko Miyamoto

Yuriko Miyamoto (February 13, 1899 Tokyo-January 21, 1951 Tokyo) was a Japanese writer and novelist.

She died in sepsis.

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Kuniko Mukōda

Kuniko Mukōda (November 28, 1929 Tokyo-August 22, 1981 Taiwan) also known as Mukoda Kuniko or Mukōda Kuniko was a Japanese novelist and screenwriter.

She died caused by aviation accident or incident.

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Yoshiki Hayama

Yoshiki Hayama (March 12, 1894 Toyotsu-October 18, 1945) was a Japanese writer.

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Hideyo Noguchi

Hideyo Noguchi (November 24, 1876 Inawashiro-May 21, 1928 Accra) otherwise known as Dr. Hideyo Noguchi was a Japanese physician.

He died in yellow fever.

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Toshio Ikeda

Toshio Ikeda (August 7, 1923 Japan-November 14, 1974) was a Japanese personality.

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Ashikaga Yoshimi

Ashikaga Yoshimi (March 3, 1439-February 15, 1491) was a Japanese personality. He had one child, Ashikaga Yoshitane.

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Azumafuji Kin'ichi

Azumafuji Kin'ichi (October 28, 1921 Taitō-July 31, 1973) otherwise known as Kinichi Inoue, 東富士 欽壹, Inoue Kinichi, 錦戸, Nishikido, Kin'ichi Azumafuji, あずまふじ きんいち, いのうえ きんいち or にしきど was a Japanese businessperson, sumo wrestler and wrestler.

He died as a result of cancer.

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Tetsuzan Nagata

Tetsuzan Nagata (January 14, 1884 Suwa-August 12, 1935 Tokyo) was a Japanese personality.

He died as a result of murder.

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Kan Abe

Kan Abe (April 29, 1894 Nagato-January 30, 1946 Tokyo) was a Japanese politician. He had one child, Shintaro Abe.

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Tsumasaburō Bandō

Tsumasaburō Bandō (December 13, 1901 Nihonbashi-July 7, 1953 Kyoto) also known as Denkichi Tamura, Bantsuma, Bandō Tsumasaburō, Chôjirô Hayashi, Tsumasaburō “Bantsuma” Bandō, Tamura Denkichi, Shuntaro Okayama or Okayama Shuntaro was a Japanese actor and entrepreneur. He had five children, Takahiro Tamura, Ryō Tamura, Masakazu Tamura, Toshima Tamura and Yasuhiro Minakami.

He died in cerebral hemorrhage.

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Mitsukuri Rinsho

Mitsukuri Rinsho (September 19, 1846 Tokyo-November 29, 1897) was a Japanese politician.

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Takeshi Sakurada

Takeshi Sakurada (December 8, 1891 Miyagi Prefecture-September 10, 1943) was a Japanese personality.

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