Here are 24 famous musicians from Japan died at 71:
Hitomi Yamaguchi (November 3, 1923 Tokyo-August 30, 1995 Kunitachi) was a Japanese writer and novelist.
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Yone Noguchi (December 8, 1875 Tsushima-July 13, 1947 Tokyo) a.k.a. Yoné Noguchi was a Japanese poet, essayist, writer and literary critic.
He died in cancer.
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Shūsei Tokuda (December 23, 1871 Kanazawa-November 18, 1943 Tokyo) was a Japanese writer.
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Motoori Norinaga (June 21, 1730 Matsusaka-November 5, 1801 Matsusaka) was a Japanese writer and philosopher. He had one child, Motoori Haruniwa.
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Tōson Shimazaki (March 25, 1872 Nakatsugawa-August 22, 1943 Tokyo) a.k.a. Tōson Shimazaki, Shimazaki Haruki, 島崎 藤村 or Shimazaki Toson was a Japanese writer and novelist.
He died in stroke.
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Ken Ogata (July 20, 1937 Ushigome-October 5, 2008 Mibu) a.k.a. Akinobu Ogata, Ogata Akinobu or Ogata Ken was a Japanese actor. His children are called Naoto Ogata and Kanta Ogata.
He died caused by liver cancer.
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Ōtani Kōzui (December 27, 1876 Kyoto-October 5, 1948) was a Japanese personality.
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Kikunae Ikeda (October 8, 1864 Kyoto-May 3, 1936) was a Japanese scientist, professor and chemist.
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Akiyama Yoshifuru (February 9, 1859 Matsuyama-November 4, 1930 Matsuyama) was a Japanese personality.
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Inazō Nitobe (September 1, 1862 Morioka-October 15, 1933 Victoria) also known as Inazo Nitobe was a Japanese writer, politician and peace activist.
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Kaku Takagawa (September 21, 1915 Wakayama-November 26, 1986) was a Japanese personality.
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Shinichi Hoshi (September 6, 1926 Tokyo-December 30, 1997 Tokyo) also known as Shinichiro Hoshi was a Japanese writer and novelist.
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Toyohiko Kagawa (July 10, 1888 Kobe-April 23, 1960) was a Japanese writer, peace activist and pastor.
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Shūmei Ōkawa (December 6, 1886 Sakata-December 24, 1957) was a Japanese writer.
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Yoshio Harada (February 29, 1940 Adachi-July 19, 2011 Tokyo) also known as Harada Yoshio was a Japanese actor. He had two children, Mayu Harada and Kenta Harada.
He died in pneumonia.
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Ichirō Arishima (March 1, 1916 Nagoya-July 20, 1987) a.k.a. Ichiro Arishima, Tadao Oshima, The Japanese Chaplin, Arishima Ichirō or Oshima Tadao was a Japanese comedian and actor.
He died as a result of heart failure.
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Michiyo Aratama (January 15, 1930 Nara-March 17, 2001 Tokyo) also known as Kyoko Toda or Aratama Michiyo was a Japanese actor.
She died caused by heart failure.
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Seiji Miyaguchi (November 15, 1913 Tokyo City-April 12, 1985 Meguro) also known as Miyaguchi Seiji was a Japanese actor.
He died as a result of lung cancer.
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Gotō Shinpei (July 24, 1857 Oshu-April 13, 1929) a.k.a. Goto Shimpei was a Japanese politician.
He died in cerebral hemorrhage.
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Hōjō Tokiyuki (March 23, 1858 Kanazawa-April 27, 1929) a.k.a. Hojo Tokiyuki was a Japanese politician and mathematician.
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Ryu Mitsuse (March 18, 1928 Arakawa, Tokyo-July 7, 1999) a.k.a. Chiba Kimio or Iizuka Kimio was a Japanese personality.
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Masaru Satoh (May 29, 1928 Rumoi-December 5, 1999 Tokyo) a.k.a. Masaru Satō, Masaru Satou, Satō Masaru, Satou Masaru, Sato Masaru, Masaru Satô or Masaru Sato was a Japanese film score composer.
His most important albums: Film Music of Masaru Satoh, Half Human, High & Low, Red Beard, Sanjuro, Son of Godzilla, The Bad Sleep Well, The H-Man, The Hidden Fortress (Complete Edition) and The Throne of Blood.
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Hachisuka Mochiaki (September 28, 1846-February 10, 1918) was a Japanese politician.
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Shōfu Muramatsu (September 21, 1889 Mori-February 13, 1961 Kamakura) also known as Shôfû Muramatsu or Shofu Muramatsu was a Japanese novelist, screenwriter and writer. He had one child, Muramatsu Takashi.
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