Here are 15 famous musicians from Japan died at 73:
Shūsaku Endō (March 27, 1923 Toshima-September 29, 1996 Tokyo) also known as Shūsaku Endō, Endō Shūsaku, Syuusaku Endoh or Shusaku Endo was a Japanese writer, novelist and screenwriter. His child is Ryunosuke Endo.
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Mantarō Kubota (November 11, 1889 Taitō-May 6, 1963 Tokyo) was a Japanese screenwriter.
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Hasegawa Yoshimichi (October 1, 1850 Iwakuni Domain-January 27, 1924 Tokyo) a.k.a. Count Hasegawa Yoshimichi was a Japanese personality.
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Hiroyuki Iwaki (September 6, 1932 Tokyo-June 13, 2006) was a Japanese conductor and percussionist.
He died caused by cardiovascular disease.
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Kōtarō Takamura (March 13, 1883 Taitō-April 2, 1956 Tokyo) also known as Kōtarō Takamura or Kotaro Takamura was a Japanese personality.
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Hiroshi Yoshida (September 19, 1876 Kurume-April 1, 1950) also known as Yoshida Hiroshi was a Japanese personality. He had one child, Hodaka Yoshida.
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Noboru Ishiguro (August 24, 1938 Tokyo-March 20, 2012 Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki) also known as Noburo Ishiguro or Ishiguro Noburo was a Japanese television director and film director.
He died as a result of lung infection.
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Arai Ikunosuke (June 12, 1836 Edo-July 19, 1909 Tokyo) was a Japanese politician and samurai.
He died as a result of diabetes mellitus.
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Keizo Hino (June 14, 1929 Japan-October 14, 2002) was a Japanese writer.
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Kunio Tsuji (September 24, 1925 Hongō-July 29, 1999) was a Japanese novelist.
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Toshiro Yamabe (July 31, 1926 Tokyo-February 5, 2000) was a Japanese personality.
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Shichirō Fukazawa (January 29, 1914 Japan-August 18, 1987 Japan) also known as Shichiro Fukuzawa, Fukazawa Shichiro, Shichirô Fukazawa or Shichiro Fukazawa was a Japanese writer.
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Ryūko Seihō (January 9, 1941 Ōta, Tokyo-August 29, 2014 Kakegawa) also known as 龍虎 勢朋, Kazukiyo Suzuki, りゅうこ せいほう, 龍虎 孝宗, Suzuki Kazukiyo, すずき かずきよ, 龍虎, 放駒 清一, Hanamusasi, Suzukiyama, はなむさし, 龍虎 昇, 若神山, 鈴木山, 花武蔵, すずきやま, 鈴木 忠清, Tadakiyo Suzuki, Suzuki Tadakiyo, すずき ただきよ, Ryūko, はなれごま かずきよ, Kazukiyo Hanaregoma or Hanaregoma Kazukiyo was a Japanese sumo wrestler and actor.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Shin Saburi (February 12, 1909 Utashinai-September 22, 1982 Itabashi) also known as Shimazu Gen, Gen Shimazu, Ishizaki Yoshio, Yoshio Ishizaki or Saburi Shin was a Japanese actor and film director. His child is Jiro Ishizaki.
He died as a result of liver cancer.
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Takashi Ishimoto (April 6, 1935 Kōchi Prefecture-March 1, 2009 Kōchi Prefecture) was a Japanese swimmer.
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