Japanese musicians died before 30

Here are 27 famous musicians from Japan died before 30:

Kitamura Tokoku

Kitamura Tokoku (December 29, 1868 Odawara-May 16, 1894 Tokyo) was a Japanese philosopher and writer.

He died as a result of suicide.

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Jūkichi Yagi

Jūkichi Yagi (February 9, 1898 Machida-October 26, 1927 Chigasaki) was a Japanese writer.

He died as a result of tuberculosis.

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Kaita Murayama

Kaita Murayama (September 15, 1896 Yokohama-February 20, 1919 Tokyo) also known as Murayama Kaita was a Japanese writer.

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On Watanabe

On Watanabe (August 26, 1902-February 10, 1930) was a Japanese writer.

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Ichiyō Higuchi

Ichiyō Higuchi (May 2, 1872 Tokyo-November 23, 1896) also known as Natsu Higuchi or Natsuko Higuchi was a Japanese novelist, author and writer.

She died in tuberculosis.

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Nankichi Niimi

Nankichi Niimi (July 30, 1913 Handa-March 22, 1943) was a Japanese writer.

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Yoshida Shōin

Yoshida Shōin (September 20, 1830 Hagi-November 21, 1859 Tokyo) was a Japanese politician.

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Takuboku Ishikawa

Takuboku Ishikawa (February 20, 1886 Iwate Prefecture-April 13, 1912 Tokyo) also known as Ishikawa Takuboku was a Japanese writer.

He died as a result of tuberculosis.

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Takiji Kobayashi

Takiji Kobayashi (October 13, 1903 Odate-February 20, 1933 Tokyo) also known as Takiji Kobayashi or Kobayashi Takiji was a Japanese writer.

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Makoto Tomioka

Makoto Tomioka (January 1, 1897-October 15, 1926) was a Japanese writer.

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Noe Itō

Noe Itō (January 21, 1895 Fukuoka-September 16, 1923 Tokyo) was a Japanese writer.

She died caused by murder.

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Watazumi Doso

Watazumi Doso (April 5, 2015 Japan-December 14, 1992) a.k.a. Watazumi-do Shuso, Watazumido Shuso, Watazumido-Shuso, Watazumi Dōso, Tanaka Masaru, Watazumi Doso Roshi, Watazumi Shuso, Watazumi Fumon, Iccho Fumon or Tanaka Fumon was a Japanese musician.

His albums include The Art Of The Japanese Bamboo Flute.

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Nozomi Momoi

Nozomi Momoi (September 23, 1978 Shinjuku-October 12, 2002 Shiojiri) was a Japanese pornographic film actor.

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Misuzu Kaneko

Misuzu Kaneko (April 11, 1903 Nagato-March 10, 1930) was a Japanese writer.

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Eiji Sawamura

Eiji Sawamura (February 1, 1917 Japan-December 2, 1944) was a Japanese personality.

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Shiho Niiyama

Shiho Niiyama (March 21, 1970 Matsuyama-February 7, 2000 Shinjuku) also known as 新山志保, にいやましほ, 新山 志保, Niiyama Shiho, にいや ましほ or Niiyama, Shiho was a Japanese voice acting in japan.

Her albums: .

She died as a result of pneumonia.

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Masako Natsume

Masako Natsume (December 17, 1957 Tokyo-September 11, 1985 Tokyo) also known as Masako Odate, Masako Nishiyama or Natsume Masako was a Japanese actor.

She died caused by leukemia.

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Shigeo Shingo

Shigeo Shingo (April 5, 2015 Saga-April 5, 1990) was a Japanese writer.

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Megumi Yokota

Megumi Yokota (October 15, 1964 Japan-March 13, 1994) was a Japanese personality.

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Michio Kuga

Michio Kuga (April 5, 2015-April 5, 1990) was a Japanese personality.

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Masakatsu Morita

Masakatsu Morita (July 25, 1945 Yokkaichi-November 25, 1970 Ichigaya) was a Japanese personality.

He died as a result of seppuku.

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Yutaka Ozaki

Yutaka Ozaki (November 29, 1965 Nerima-April 25, 1992 Bunkyō) also known as 尾崎豊, おざきゆたか, Ozaki Yutaka or Ozaki, Yutaka was a Japanese singer and musician. His child is called Hiroya Ozaki.

Related albums: LAST TEENAGE APPEARANCE —THE MYTH OF YUTAKA OZAKI—, 十七歳の地図 (Seventeen's Map / 17Sai-no Chizu), Tropic of Graduation, Birth, THE DAY 1991.10.30 LIVE AT YOYOGI OLYMPIC POOL Vol.1, Trees Lining a Street, Through the Broken Door, THE DAY 1991.10.30 LIVE AT YOYOGI OLYMPIC POOL Vol.2, Confession for Exist and For All My Loves. His related genres: Music of Japan.

He died caused by pulmonary edema.

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Honinbo Doteki

Honinbo Doteki (April 5, 1669 Japan-April 5, 1690 Japan) was a Japanese personality.

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Hodaka Yoshida

Hodaka Yoshida (April 5, 2015-April 5, 1995) was a Japanese personality.

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Yasushi Sugiyama

Yasushi Sugiyama (April 5, 2015-April 5, 1993) was a Japanese personality.

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Sadao Yamanaka

Sadao Yamanaka (November 7, 1909 Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-September 17, 1938 Henan) otherwise known as Yamanaka Sadao or Kinpachi Kajiwara was a Japanese film director and screenwriter.

He died in dysentery.

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Hiroaki Zakōji

Hiroaki Zakōji (January 20, 1958 Tokyo-January 29, 1987 Tokyo) was a Japanese personality.

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