Japanese musicians died because of Lung cancer

Here are 8 famous musicians from Japan died in Lung cancer:

Hirotaka Suzuoki

Hirotaka Suzuoki (March 6, 1950 Nagoya-August 6, 2006 Suginami) otherwise known as Suzuoki Hirotaka was a Japanese voice actor, actor and theatrical producer.

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Sanji Hase

Sanji Hase (January 2, 1936 Tokyo-March 8, 2002 Toshima) a.k.a. Hirao Hase was a Japanese actor and voice actor. His child is Arihiro Hase.

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Yō Inoue

Yō Inoue (December 4, 1946 Tokyo-February 28, 2003 Tokyo) a.k.a. Yumi Urushikawa, Shitsukawa Yumi, Yumi Shitsukawa, Yô Inôe or Yô Inoue was a Japanese voice actor, screenwriter and dancer.

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Nachi Nozawa

Nachi Nozawa (January 13, 1938 Tokyo Prefecture-October 30, 2010 Tokyo) also known as Yasutomo Nozawa, Shuji J. Nozawa, Shuji J.Nozawa, Nara Nozawa, Nozawa Nachi or Nozawa Yasutomo was a Japanese theatre director, voice actor and actor. He had one child, Soh Nozawa.

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Joe Yamanaka

Joe Yamanaka (September 2, 1946 Yokohama-August 7, 2011 Yokosuka) a.k.a. 城アキラ, Akira Yamanaka, Joe, Yamanaka Akira, 山中明, Akira Joh, Akira Jo or Jô Yamanaka was a Japanese actor, professional boxer, singer and musician.

His albums include Herbsman Hustling, Naw No Mercy, Sometimes and Man from Judah. Genres he performed: Rock music, Psychedelic rock, Reggae and Group Sounds.

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Hideko Takamine

Hideko Takamine (March 27, 1924 Hakodate-December 28, 2010 Tokyo) also known as Deko, Hideko Hirayama, Takamine Hideko, 高峰 秀子, Matsuyama Hideko, ひらやま ひでこ, Hideko Matsuyama, まつやま ひでこ, 松山 秀子, 平山 秀子, たかみね ひでこ, Hirayama Hideko or デコちゃん was a Japanese actor. Her child is called Akemi Saito.

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Yasushi Akutagawa

Yasushi Akutagawa (July 12, 1925 Kita, Tokyo-January 31, 1989 Chūō) otherwise known as Akutagawa Yasushi or 芥川 也寸志 was a Japanese presenter, conductor, composer and film score composer. His children are Mamiko Akutagawa and Takatoshi Akutagawa.

His albums: . Genres he performed: Film score.

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Origa

Origa (October 12, 1970 Novosibirsk-January 17, 2015) otherwise known as Olga Yakovleva, オリガ, おりが, 오리가, Орига, Ольга Яковлева or ORIGA was a Japanese singer.

Her albums include AURORA, 水のまどろみ, Mizu no Madoromi, Era of Queens, The Best of ORIGA, , Eien, ポーリュシカ・ポーレ, リラからの風 and aria.

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