Here are 21 famous musicians from Japan died at 75:
Tama Morita (December 19, 1894 Sapporo-October 31, 1970 Tokyo) was a Japanese writer and politician.
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Tsubouchi Shōyō (June 22, 1859 Mino Province-February 28, 1935) was a Japanese writer.
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Ueda Akinari (July 25, 1734 Osaka-August 8, 1809 Kyoto) also known as Akinari Ueda, Ueda Shūsei or Senjiro Ueda was a Japanese writer.
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Knock Yokoyama (January 30, 1932 Nagata-ku, Kobe-May 3, 2007) was a Japanese politician and comedian.
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Takeshi Aono (June 19, 1936 Asahikawa-April 9, 2012 Hachioji) also known as Aono Takeshi or Takesi Aono was a Japanese voice actor and actor.
He died in cerebral infarction.
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Jianzhen (April 5, 0688 Jiangsu-April 5, 0763) was a Japanese personality.
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Kenji Utsumi (August 26, 1937 Kitakyushu-June 13, 2013 Shinjuku) also known as Utsumi Kenji, Takaji Uchimi or 内海 賢二 was a Japanese actor, voice actor and narrator. He had one child, Kentaro Utsumi.
He died as a result of peritonitis.
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Aizu Yaichi (August 1, 1881 Japan-November 21, 1956) was a Japanese personality.
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Kōichi Kitamura (December 18, 1931 Osaka Prefecture-October 2, 2007 Shinjuku) a.k.a. Koichi Kitamura, Kôichi Kitamura, 木村 一, Hajimu Kimura, 北村 弘一, Kimura Hajimu, Kitamura Kōichi or Kouichi Kitamura was a Japanese voice actor and actor.
He died as a result of pneumonia.
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Kambara Ariake (March 15, 1876 Tokyo-February 3, 1952 Kamakura) was a Japanese novelist.
He died caused by pneumonia.
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Hanaoka Seishū (October 23, 1760 Kii Province-November 21, 1835) was a Japanese physician and surgeon.
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Eiji Okada (June 13, 1920 Choshi-September 14, 1995 Tokyo) a.k.a. Okada Eiji was a Japanese actor.
He died caused by heart failure.
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Takeo Itō (July 6, 1889 Fukuoka Prefecture-February 24, 1965 Rabaul) was a Japanese personality.
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Kawasaki Shōzō (December 2, 1837 Kyushu-December 2, 1912 Japan) was a Japanese personality.
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Jirō Osaragi (October 4, 1897 Yokohama-April 30, 1973 Kamakura) a.k.a. Jiro Osaragi, Osaragi Jirō, Haruhiko Nojiri or Nojiri Haruhiko was a Japanese writer, novelist and screenwriter.
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Hiroshi Noma (February 23, 1915 Nagata-ku, Kobe-January 2, 1991) was a Japanese writer.
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Den Kenjirō (March 25, 1855 Tamba-November 16, 1930 Setagaya) was a Japanese politician.
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Hisashi Inoue (November 16, 1934 Kawanishi-April 9, 2010 Kamakura) also known as Enrico Trizoni, Inoue Hisashi or 井上 ひさし was a Japanese novelist, playwright and screenwriter.
He died as a result of lung cancer.
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Kaoru Maruyama (April 5, 1899-April 5, 1974) was a Japanese personality.
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Tokugawa Satotaka (April 5, 1865-February 18, 1941) was a Japanese politician. His child is called Tokugawa Satonari.
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Yutaka Mafune (February 16, 1902 Koriyama-August 3, 1977 Tokyo) was a Japanese writer.
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