Here are 19 famous musicians from Japan died at 80:
Hidemi Kon (November 6, 1903 Hakodate-July 30, 1984 Kamakura) was a Japanese writer and novelist.
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Masaki Kobayashi (February 14, 1916 Otaru-October 4, 1996 Setagaya) otherwise known as Kobayashi Masaki was a Japanese film director, film producer, screenwriter and writer.
He died in myocardial infarction.
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Kōda Rohan (July 23, 1867 Tokyo-July 30, 1947 Ichikawa) a.k.a. Rohan Kōda was a Japanese writer. He had one child, Aya Kōda.
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Nagisa Oshima (March 31, 1932 Tamano-January 15, 2013 Fujisawa) also known as Oshima Nagisa, Ōshima Nagisa, Naghisa Oshima or Nagisa Ôshima was a Japanese film director, screenwriter, television director, film producer and film editor. He had two children, Takeshi Oshima and Shin Oshima.
He died as a result of pneumonia.
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Yamanashi Hanzō (April 6, 1864 Hiratsuka-July 2, 1944 Kamakura) was a Japanese personality.
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Kamatari Fujiwara (January 15, 1905 Fukagawa, Tokyo-December 21, 1985 Tokyo) also known as Fujiwara Kamatari, Fujiwara Keita or Keita Fujiwara was a Japanese actor.
He died in myocardial infarction.
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Tetsu Yano (December 10, 1923 Matsuyama-October 13, 2004 Tokyo) was a Japanese writer.
He died in colorectal cancer.
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Ishizuka Tomoji (November 15, 1903 Kitakanbara District, Niigata-March 3, 1984 Kamakura) was a Japanese writer and novelist.
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Rensuke Isogai (September 3, 1886 Hyōgo Prefecture-June 6, 1967 Japan) was a Japanese personality.
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Hideo Kobayashi (April 11, 1902 Tokyo-March 1, 1983 Kamakura) was a Japanese writer.
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Ryokichi Minobe (February 5, 1904 Tokyo-December 24, 1984) was a Japanese politician.
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Tadahito Mochinaga (March 3, 1919 Tokyo-April 5, 1999) was a Japanese personality.
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Sunao Sato (January 1, 1924 Japan-July 8, 2004) was a Japanese personality.
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Yamao Yōzō (November 5, 1837 Yamaguchi-December 21, 1917) was a Japanese politician.
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Chiezō Kataoka (March 30, 1903 Ota-March 31, 1983) a.k.a. Chiezo Kataoka, Masayoshi Ueki, かたおか ちえぞう, うえき まさよし, 植木 正義, Ueki Masayoshi, 片岡 千恵蔵, 片岡 千惠藏, 植木 進 or うえき すすむ was a Japanese actor. He had two children, Yoshiharu Ueki and Chie Ueki.
He died caused by renal failure.
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Sakyo Komatsu (January 28, 1931 Nishi-ku, Osaka-July 26, 2011 Minoh) also known as Minoru Komatsu, Sakyô Komatsu or Sakyō Komatsu was a Japanese screenwriter, writer and actor.
He died in pneumonia.
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Takashi Hishikari (December 27, 1871 Kagoshima-July 31, 1952) was a Japanese personality.
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Tatsuko Hoshino (November 15, 1903 Tokyo-March 3, 1984 Kamakura) was a Japanese writer.
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Michio Takeyama (July 17, 1903 Osaka-June 15, 1984 Kamakura) also known as Michio Takeyama, Michio Takayama or Takeyama Michio was a Japanese writer and novelist.
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