Japanese musicians died before 40

Here are 42 famous musicians from Japan died before 40:

Kaitarō Hasegawa

Kaitarō Hasegawa (January 17, 1900 Sado-June 29, 1935 Kamakura) a.k.a. Hayashi Fubo, Tani Jōji, Maki Itsuma, Kaitaro Hasegawa, まき いつま, はせがわ かいたろう, はやし ふぼう, たに じょうじ, 谷 譲次, 長谷川 海太郎, 林 不忘, Hasegawa Kaitaro or Tani Joji was a Japanese writer and novelist.

He died caused by asthma.

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Ryūnosuke Akutagawa

Ryūnosuke Akutagawa (March 1, 1892 Tokyo-July 24, 1927 Tokyo) also known as Akutagawa Ryunosuke, Ryūnosuke Akutagawa, 芥川 龍之介, Ryûnosuke Akutagawa, Ryuunosuke Akutagawa, あくたがわ りゅうのすけ or Ryunosuke Akutagawa was a Japanese writer, novelist and author. He had three children, Yasushi Akutagawa, Hiroshi Akutagawa and Takashi Akutagawa.

He died in suicide.

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Chūya Nakahara

Chūya Nakahara (April 29, 1907 Yamaguchi Prefecture-October 22, 1937 Tokyo) was a Japanese writer.

He died in meningitis.

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Osamu Dazai

Osamu Dazai (June 19, 1909 Kanagi, Aomori-June 13, 1948 Mitaka) also known as Dazai Osamu or Shuji Tsushima was a Japanese writer, novelist and screenwriter. He had four children, Sonoko, Masaki, Yūko Tsushima and Haruko.

He died as a result of drowning.

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Doppo Kunikida

Doppo Kunikida (July 15, 1871 Choshi-June 23, 1908 Chigasaki) also known as Doppo Kunikida or Kunikida Doppo was a Japanese writer and novelist.

He died as a result of tuberculosis.

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Sakunosuke Oda

Sakunosuke Oda (October 26, 1913 Tennōji-ku, Osaka-January 10, 1947 Tokyo) a.k.a. Odasaku was a Japanese writer.

He died in tuberculosis.

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Eisuke Yoshiyuki

Eisuke Yoshiyuki (May 10, 1906 Mitsu District, Okayama-July 8, 1940) also known as Yoshiyuki Eisuke was a Japanese writer. He had three children, Kazuko Yoshiyuki, Rie Yoshiyuki and Junnosuke Yoshiyuki.

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Motojirō Kajii

Motojirō Kajii (February 17, 1901 Nishi-ku, Osaka-March 24, 1932 Osaka) was a Japanese writer.

He died in tuberculosis.

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Hiraide Shū

Hiraide Shū (April 3, 1878 Niigata-March 17, 1914) was a Japanese writer and lawyer.

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Kenji Miyazawa

Kenji Miyazawa (August 27, 1896 Hanamaki-September 21, 1933 Hanamaki) also known as Miyazawa Kenji was a Japanese novelist, poet, teacher and writer.

He died in pneumonia.

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Ozaki Kōyō

Ozaki Kōyō (January 10, 1868 Edo-October 30, 1903 Tokyo) was a Japanese writer and novelist.

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Takashi Nagatsuka

Takashi Nagatsuka (April 3, 1879 Ibaraki Prefecture-February 8, 1915) also known as 長塚 節 was a Japanese writer, novelist and poet.

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Atsushi Nakajima

Atsushi Nakajima (May 5, 1909 Tokyo-December 4, 1942) was a Japanese writer.

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Hidemitsu Tanaka

Hidemitsu Tanaka (January 10, 1913 Tokyo-November 3, 1949 Mitaka) was a Japanese novelist.

He died caused by suicide.

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Honinbo Shusaku

Honinbo Shusaku (June 6, 1829 Innoshima-September 3, 1862 Edo) was a Japanese go player.

He died in cholera.

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Masaoka Shiki

Masaoka Shiki (October 14, 1867 Matsuyama-September 19, 1902 Tokyo) was a Japanese personality.

He died as a result of tuberculosis.

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Ai Iijima

Ai Iijima (October 31, 1972 Koto, Tokyo-December 24, 2008 Shibuya) otherwise known as Matsue Ohkubo, Ai Candy, Iijima Ai, 飯島 愛, いいじま あい, 大久保 松恵, おおくぼ まつえ, Matsue Okubo or Okubo Matsue was a Japanese pornographic film actor, tv personality, novelist and writer.

She died as a result of pneumonia.

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Ishikawa Goemon

Ishikawa Goemon (August 24, 1558 Japan-August 10, 1594 Nanzen-ji) was a Japanese ninja.

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Yutaka Taniyama

Yutaka Taniyama (November 12, 1927 Kisai-November 17, 1958 Tokyo) was a Japanese scientist and mathematician.

He died in suicide.

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Ichikawa Raizō VIII

Ichikawa Raizō VIII (August 29, 1931 Kyoto-July 17, 1969 Tokyo) also known as Yoshiya Ota, Yoshio Takeuchi, 八代目 市川 雷蔵 Hachidaime Ichikawa Raizō, Yoshiya Ōta, Ichikawa Raizō or Raizô Ichikawa was a Japanese actor.

He died as a result of rectal carcinoma.

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Naoki Matsuda

Naoki Matsuda (March 14, 1977 Kiryu-August 4, 2011 Matsumoto) was a Japanese personality.

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Rikidōzan

Rikidōzan (November 14, 1924 Hongwon County-December 15, 1963 Tokyo) a.k.a. ももた みつひろ, キム・シルラク, 力道山, りきどうざん, 역도산, Father of Puroresu, 金 信洛, Yeokdosan, Momota Mitsuhiro, Mitsuhiro Momota, 百田 光浩 or Kim Sin-rak was a Japanese sumo wrestler, actor and wrestler. His children are called Mitsuo Momota and Yoshihiro Momota.

He died caused by murder.

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Takayama Chogyū

Takayama Chogyū (February 28, 1871 Tsuruoka-December 24, 1902 Chigasaki) was a Japanese writer and novelist.

He died in tuberculosis.

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Hisatsune Sakomizu

Hisatsune Sakomizu (April 5, 2015 Tokyo City-April 5, 1977) was a Japanese politician.

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Akihiko Mori

Akihiko Mori (April 5, 1966-June 3, 1997) also known as 森彰彦, 森 彰彦 or Mori, Akihiko was a Japanese personality.

His albums: Mystic Ark Soundtrack and Wonder Project J2 Original Soundtrack.

He died in cancer.

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Toshiro Sasaki

Toshiro Sasaki (April 14, 1900-March 13, 1933) was a Japanese writer.

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Ichiro Nakagawa

Ichiro Nakagawa (April 5, 2015 Hiroo-January 1, 1983) was a Japanese politician. His child is Shōichi Nakagawa.

He died as a result of suicide.

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Minako Honda

Minako Honda (July 31, 1967 Itabashi-November 6, 2005 Bunkyō) also known as Honda Minako or Honda, Minako was a Japanese singer and actor.

Her albums: , CANCEL, Midnight Swing, NEW BEST 1500, アメイジング・グレイス, THE VIRGIN CONCERT IN BUDOKAN LIVE, , , and . Genres: Operatic pop, Crossover, J-pop and Pop music.

She died as a result of leukemia.

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Yō Yoshimura

Yō Yoshimura (July 10, 1954 Kyoto Prefecture-November 27, 1991) a.k.a. Yo Yoshimura was a Japanese voice actor.

He died as a result of subarachnoid hemorrhage.

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Toshio Sakai

Toshio Sakai (April 5, 2015 Japan-April 5, 1983) was a Japanese personality.

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Hisayasu Nagata

Hisayasu Nagata (September 2, 1969 Nagoya-January 3, 2009) was a Japanese politician.

He died as a result of suicide.

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Shizuto Masunaga

Shizuto Masunaga (April 5, 2015 Kure-April 5, 1981) was a Japanese writer.

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Lee Yangji

Lee Yangji (March 15, 1955 Nishikatsura-May 22, 1992) was a Japanese novelist.

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Yakkun Sakurazuka

Yakkun Sakurazuka (September 24, 1976 Yokohama-October 5, 2013 Mine) also known as 桜塚やっくん, Sakurazuka, Yakkun, 斎藤恭央 or Saitou, Yasuo was a Japanese singer, comedian and voice actor.

His most well known albums: SAKURA革命.

He died caused by traffic collision.

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Tetsuya Ishida

Tetsuya Ishida (June 16, 1973 Yaizu-May 23, 2005) was a Japanese personality.

He died caused by suicide.

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Hishida Shunsō

Hishida Shunsō (September 21, 1874 Iida-September 16, 1911 Tokyo) was a Japanese personality.

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Mitsuyasu Maeno

Mitsuyasu Maeno (April 5, 2015-March 23, 1976) was a Japanese pornographic film actor.

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Sunao Yoshida

Sunao Yoshida (October 24, 1969 Japan-July 15, 2004) also known as Yoshida Sunao was a Japanese novelist.

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Daisuke Oku

Daisuke Oku (February 7, 1976 Amagasaki-October 17, 2014) was a Japanese personality.

He died as a result of traffic collision.

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Toshitaka Shimizu

Toshitaka Shimizu (December 15, 1968 Japan-November 1, 2003 Japan) was a Japanese voice actor.

He died as a result of suicide.

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Tsunemi Tsuda

Tsunemi Tsuda (August 1, 1960 Shunan-July 20, 1993 Fukuoka) was a Japanese personality.

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Prince Tsunehisa Takeda

Prince Tsunehisa Takeda (September 28, 1884 Kyoto-April 23, 1919 Tokyo) was a Japanese personality. He had one child, Prince Tsuneyoshi Takeda.

He died caused by influenza.

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