Here are 27 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1950:
Takeshi Kaga (October 12, 1950 Kanazawa-) also known as Shigekatsu Katsuda or Kaga Takeshi is a Japanese actor and voice acting in japan.
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Joe Hisaishi (December 6, 1950 Nakano-) otherwise known as Jô Hisaishi, Jou Hisaishi, Joe Hisashi, Mamoru Fujisawa, Fujisawa Mamoru, Hisaishi Jō or Hisaishi Joe is a Japanese conductor, film score composer, music arranger, composer, pianist, music director and author. His child is called Mai Fujisawa.
His albums include Kaze No Tani No Nausicaä (image album), Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä Symphonic, Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä, Arion Symphonic Suite, Le Chateau Dans Le Ciel, Laputa: The Castle in the Sky, Curved Music, Laputa: The Castle in the Sky Symphonic Version, Tonari no Totoro Image Songs and Piano Stories. Genres he performed include Film score, New-age music, Neoclassicism and Progressive rock.
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Emiko Shiratori (March 16, 1950 Kanagawa Prefecture-) a.k.a. 白鳥英美子 or Shiratori, Emiko is a Japanese singer and singer-songwriter. She has one child, Maika Shiratori.
Her albums: The Classics ~ beauty & grace, Amazing Grace, Big Yellow Moon, Brand New World, Celebration, Cross My Heart, Voice of Mine, Winter Wonderland, and Final Fantasy IX: Melodies of Life.
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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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Hideyuki Tanaka (November 12, 1950 Ōta, Tokyo-) also known as Tanaka Hideyuki is a Japanese voice actor, actor and narrator.
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Damo Suzuki (January 16, 1950 Japan-) also known as Suzuki, Damo, 鈴木健二, Suzuki Kenji, Kenji Suzuki or ダモ鈴木 is a Japanese singer and musician.
His albums: Tutti i colori del silenzio, Damo in Dunedin, Odyssey, Abhayamudra, Zu/Xabier Iriondo/Damo Suzuki and Damo Suzuki møder ØSC. His related genres: Krautrock.
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Toshiko Fujita (April 5, 1950 Dalian-) a.k.a. Fujita Toshiko or Fujita, Toshiko is a Japanese voice actor, actor and singer.
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Mari Henmi (October 5, 1950 Zushi-) a.k.a. 逸見 万里, へんみ まり, 辺見 マリ or Henmi Mari is a Japanese singer and actor. Her children are Emiri Henmi and Noritaka Henmi.
Her albums: , , , , , , , , and .
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Kenichi Hagiwara (July 26, 1950 Ōmiya, Saitama-) also known as Ken'ichi Hagiwara, Shoken, ショーケン, Hagiwara Ken'ichi, 萩原 敬三, Keizo Hagiwara, Hagiwara Keizo, 萩原健一, Hagiwara Kenichi or Hagiwara, Kenichi is a Japanese singer, actor and musician.
His albums: , , , , , , , , and .
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Naoki Tatsuta (September 8, 1950 Naga-) also known as Naoki Tatuta, Tatsuta Naoki or Naoko Tatsuka is a Japanese voice actor and actor.
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Ken Shimura (February 20, 1950 Higashimurayama-) also known as Yasunori Shimura, Shimura Yasunori or Shimura Ken is a Japanese comedian and actor.
His albums include アイ～ン体操 / アイ～ン! ダンスの唄.
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Kaoru Yumi (November 12, 1950 Kyoto-) is a Japanese , .
Her albums: .
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Tetsuo Gotō (August 10, 1950 Gifu Prefecture-) also known as Gotō Tetsuo, Tetsuo Gotou or Tetsuo Goto is a Japanese voice actor.
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Akiko Wada (April 10, 1950 Ikuno-ku, Osaka-) also known as 和田 アキ子, わだあきこ, わだ あきこ, Wada Akiko, 和田アキ子, Wada, Akiko, Bok-Ja Kim, 金 福子, 김복자, Kim Bokja, 金海 福子, かねうみ ふくこ, Fukuko Kaneumi, Kaneumi Fukuko, 和田 現子, 飯塚 現子, いいづか あきこ, Akiko Iizuka, Iizuka Akiko, Akko or アッコ is a Japanese singer and actor.
Her albums: , , , , , , , , and .
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Masakazu Yoshizawa (September 10, 1950 Hida-October 24, 2007 San Gabriel) was a Japanese musician and flutist. His children are called James Naoki Yoshizawa and Chrissy Tama Yoshizawa.
His albums include Zen, Music for Balance and Relaxation.
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Kan Mikami (March 20, 1950 Kodomari-) a.k.a. Mikami Kan, 三上寛 or Mikami, Kan is a Japanese songwriter, singer and actor.
His albums: Live at 1st Year of Heisei Vol. 1, Live at 1st Year of Heisei Vol. 2, Jazz and Other Things, Dune 963, BANG!, , , , and . His related genres: Blues and Folk music.
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Takashi Hosokawa (June 15, 1950 Makkari-) also known as 細川貴志 is a Japanese singer.
His albums include . Genres: Enka.
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Kazuki Tomokawa (February 16, 1950 Japan-) is a Japanese , .
Related albums: Fault of Flowers, Itsuka Tooku O Miteita, Akai Polyan, Erise no Me, Hitori Bon-Odoli, Maboroshi To Asobu, Muzan no Bi, Nikusei, Osaka Banana Hall Live 2005 and Sora no Sakana.
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Judy Ongg (January 24, 1950 Taipei-) is a Japanese writer, singer, actor and author.
Her albums include . Genres: J-pop.
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Reichi Nakaido (October 9, 1950 Shinjuku-) otherwise known as Serial Experiments Lain, Nakaido 'Chabo' Reichi, Nakaido Reichi, 仲井戸"CHABO"麗市, Nakaido "Chabo" Reichi or Reichi, Nakaido Chabo is a Japanese guitarist and singer.
His albums: Serial Experiments Lain OST, serial experiments lain BOOTLEG, , , TIME, CHABO BAND LIVE 1998, , 30th Anniversary 4CD BOX works, My R&R and PRESENT #4. Genres related to him: Rock music, Blues and Rhythm and blues.
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Hiroshi Tachi (March 31, 1950 Naka-ku, Nagoya-) a.k.a. Tachi Hiroshi is a Japanese actor and singer.
His albums include , , Strangers in the Night, , , , , , and .
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Tiger Okoshi (March 21, 1950 Japan-) also known as Okoshi, Tiger is a Japanese trumpeter.
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Charlie Kosei (October 14, 1950 Japan-) is a Japanese , .
His discography includes: and .
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Hiroshi Oguchi (November 28, 1950 Saitama-January 25, 2009 Tokyo) also known as Hiroshi Ôguchi was a Japanese actor, musician, drummer and fashion designer.
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Michiro Endo (November 15, 1950 Japan-) also known as Endou Michirou or Endo, Michiro is a Japanese singer, singer-songwriter, musician and actor.
His albums include I. My. Me/AMAMI, 飢餓々々帰郷 (1980～1985) (disc 1) and THE END. Genres he performed: Punk rock and Rock music.
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Tetsurō Kashibuchi (November 9, 1950 Tochigi Prefecture-) otherwise known as Tetsuro Kashibuchi is a Japanese musician and film score composer.
His albums include . Genres he performed include Rock music.
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Mikio Shirai (May 31, 1950 Minato-) is a Japanese musician.
Genres he performed: Rock music.
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