Here are 13 famous musicians from Japan died at 61:
Miyamoto Musashi (April 5, 1584 Japan-June 13, 1645 Higo Province) was a Japanese writer. He had one child, Miyamoto Iori.
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Osachi Hamaguchi (April 1, 1870 Kochi-August 26, 1931 Tokyo) was a Japanese politician.
He died in assassination.
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Fukuda Hideko (October 5, 1865-May 2, 1927) was a Japanese writer.
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Toshihiko Sakai (November 25, 1871 Miyako, Fukuoka-January 23, 1933) was a Japanese politician.
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San'yūtei Enchō (April 1, 1839-August 11, 1900) was a Japanese writer.
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Inejiro Asanuma (December 27, 1898 Miyake-jima-October 12, 1960 Chiyoda, Tokyo) was a Japanese politician.
He died as a result of assassination.
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Yoshimitsu Morita (January 25, 1950 Chigasaki-December 20, 2011 Tokyo) also known as Morita Yoshimitsu was a Japanese film director and screenwriter.
He died caused by acute liver failure.
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Giant Baba (January 23, 1938 Sanjo-January 31, 1999 Tokyo) was a Japanese wrestler.
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Kitabatake Chikafusa (March 8, 1293-June 1, 1354 Yoshino District, Nara) was a Japanese writer. His children are Kitabatake Akiie and Kitabatake Akinobu.
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Sone Arasuke (February 20, 1849 Yamaguchi Prefecture-September 13, 1910) was a Japanese politician.
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Tatsumi Naofumi (August 21, 1845 Kuwana-March 6, 1907 Tokyo) was a Japanese personality.
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Ishimoto Shinroku (April 8, 1850 Himeji-April 2, 1912 Tokyo) a.k.a. Baron Ishimoto Shinroku was a Japanese personality.
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Terashima Munenori (June 21, 1832 Akune-June 21, 1893) was a Japanese politician.
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