Here are 13 famous musicians from Japan died at 58:
Takeshi Kaikō (December 30, 1930 Tennōji-ku, Osaka-December 9, 1989 Chigasaki) also known as Takeshi Kaikō, Takeshi Kaikō or Kaiko Takeshi was a Japanese writer, novelist and screenwriter.
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Emperor Go-Toba (August 6, 1180-March 28, 1239 Oki Islands) was a Japanese personality. He had two children, Emperor Juntoku and Princess Shōshi.
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Masaharu Homma (November 27, 1887 Sado-April 3, 1946 Los Baños) was a Japanese personality.
He died as a result of firearm.
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Korechika Anami (February 21, 1887 Taketa-August 15, 1945 Tokyo) was a Japanese personality.
He died caused by suicide.
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Kenji Mizoguchi (May 16, 1898 Hongō-August 24, 1956 Kyoto) also known as Goteken or Mizoguchi Kenji was a Japanese film director, screenwriter and film editor.
He died as a result of leukemia.
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Takashi Sakai (October 18, 1887 Hiroshima Prefecture-September 30, 1946) was a Japanese politician.
He died caused by execution by firing squad.
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Soga no Emishi (April 5, 0587-July 11, 0645) was a Japanese politician.
He died as a result of suicide.
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Hisakazu Tanaka (March 16, 1889 Hyōgo Prefecture-March 27, 1947 Nationalist government) was a Japanese personality.
He died caused by hanging.
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Katai Tayama (January 22, 1872 Tatebayashi-May 13, 1930) was a Japanese writer.
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Raiden Tameemon (April 5, 1767 Tomi-April 9, 1825) otherwise known as 雷電為右衛門, 関 太郎吉, らいでん ためえもん, Seki Tarokichi, 雷電爲右衞門, 関 為右衛門, 関 樽吉, Tameemon Raiden, Seki Tameemon or Tameemon Seki was a Japanese sumo wrestler.
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Sukekiyo Kameyama (November 9, 1954 Ishinomaki-January 26, 2013 Saitama Prefecture) was a Japanese voice actor and actor.
He died in pneumonia.
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Harukichi Hyakutake (May 25, 1888 Saga Prefecture-March 10, 1947) otherwise known as Haruyoshi Hyakutate was a Japanese personality.
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Jun Takami (January 30, 1907 Sakai-August 17, 1965 Kamakura) was a Japanese novelist and writer.
He died in cancer.
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