Japanese musicians born in 1968

Here are 50 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1968:

Yōko Nagayama

Yōko Nagayama (January 13, 1968 Tokyo-) also known as Yoko Nagayama, 長山洋子 or Nagayama, Youko is a Japanese singer and actor.

Her albums include and .

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Yuri Shiratori

Yuri Shiratori (August 20, 1968 Kanagawa Prefecture-) also known as Shiratori Yuri, Shiratori, Yuri or Shiratari-san is a Japanese voice actor and singer.

Her albums: 涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱 キャラクターソング, Volume 7: 喜緑江美里, , and .

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Aya Hisakawa

Aya Hisakawa (November 12, 1968 Kaizuka-) also known as Hisakawa Aya or Hisakawa, Aya is a Japanese singer and voice actor.

Discography: Aya Hisakawa Live!! 1998, Fantasy, For You for Me, Kono michi ga owarumadeni, Kyasha, Mamono Hunter Yohko: Touch my Heart, Wish, Yakusoku, and Hi-Ka-Ri. Genres she performed: J-pop.

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Omi Minami

Omi Minami (July 13, 1968 Tokyo-) also known as Minami Omi, Minami, Omi or Oumi Minami is a Japanese voice actor.

Related albums: .

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Shin-ichiro Miki

Shin-ichiro Miki (March 18, 1968 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Miki-Shin, Shinichirô Miki, Sinichirou Miki, Miki Shinichirou, Shin'Ichirô Miki, Shin-ichirô Miki, Miki Shin'ichiroh, Miki Shinichiro, Miki Shin'ichirō or Shinichiro Miki is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

His most well known albums: CHARACTER SONGS TARGET.4 SHINICHIROU, and .

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Akio Suyama

Akio Suyama (July 8, 1968 Toyonaka-) also known as Suyama Akio, Akio Toyama, 陶山 章央 or すやま あきお is a Japanese voice actor.

He is affiliated with the talent agency Aoni Production. Suyama began his voice acting career in 1993 as the character Wilhelm in the anime series "Kaitou Saint Tail." He has since lent his talents to numerous other anime series, video games, and drama CDs, including "Mobile Suit Gundam Seed," "Naruto," "One Piece," "Fairy Tail," and "Fire Emblem: Three Houses." Suyama is also known for his work in Japanese dubs of American films and TV shows, such as "The Walking Dead," "Breaking Bad," and the "Marvel Cinematic Universe" films. In addition to voice acting, Suyama has also lent his singing voice to various anime theme songs and character songs.

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Akira Yamaoka

Akira Yamaoka (February 6, 1968 Niigata-) also known as 山岡晃, 山岡 あきら, Akira Yamaoka and Rika Muranaka or Yamaoka, Akira is a Japanese guitarist, composer, keyboard player, film score composer, director of audiography and sound designer.

Related albums: Silent Hill, Silent Hill 2, Silent Hill 3, Silent Hill 4: The Room, iFUTURELIST, Silent Hill OST, Silent Hill Original Soundtracks, Silent Hill 2 Original Soundtracks, Silent Hill 3 Original Soundtracks and Silent Hill Zero. Genres he performed include Rock music, Industrial music, Ambient music, Soundtrack, Dark ambient, Trip hop, Hard rock and Alternative rock.

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Nobutoshi Canna

Nobutoshi Canna (June 10, 1968 Shinagawa-) a.k.a. Nobutoshi Hayashi, Kanna, Nobutoshi, Nobutoshi Kanna, Canna Nobutoshi, Hayashi Nobutoshi or Hayashi, Nobutoshi is a Japanese voice actor and singer.

He started his career in the 1990s and has since become one of the most recognizable voice actors in the anime industry, with over 200 credited roles to his name. Some of his most notable roles include Guts from the Berserk series, Lancer from Fate/stay night, Basara Nekki from Macross 7, and Knuckles the Echidna from the Sonic the Hedgehog series. In addition to his voice acting work, Canna has released several albums and has performed in various concerts throughout his career. He is also a frequent guest at conventions and events both in Japan and internationally.

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Rica Matsumoto

Rica Matsumoto (November 30, 1968 Yokohama-) a.k.a. Rika Matsumoto or Matsumoto Rika is a Japanese actor, singer and voice actor.

Her albums: RICA the BEST, , , , , , , , and .

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Yasuhiro Takato

Yasuhiro Takato (January 23, 1968 Okayama Prefecture-) a.k.a. Takato Yasuhiro is a Japanese voice actor.

His albums include and .

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Isshin Chiba

Isshin Chiba (June 26, 1968 Kesennuma-) also known as Chiba itsin, Kazunobu Chiba or Chiba Isshin is a Japanese voice actor.

He started his career with minor roles in anime series in the early 1990s, but his breakthrough role was as Jin in the popular anime series, "Samurai Champloo." Since then, he has lent his voice to numerous anime characters, including Ichigo Kurosaki's father in "Bleach," Shun Kazami in "Bakugan Battle Brawlers," and Genma Shiranui in "Naruto: Shippuden." In addition to his voice acting work, Chiba is also a skilled stage actor and has appeared in a number of theatrical productions. He is known for his deep, commanding voice and his ability to bring a wide range of characters to life. Chiba has also worked as a narrator for various documentary programs and as a voice actor for video games.

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Miki Higashino

Miki Higashino (January 1, 1968 Japan-) a.k.a. 東野美紀, ひがしの みき, 東野 美紀, Higashino Miki, ひがしのみき or Higashino, Miki is a Japanese composer.

Her albums: Genso Suikogaiden, Volume 2: Last Duel at the Crystal Valley, Genso Suikoden II: Orrizonte, Genso Suikogaiden, Volume 1: Swordsman of Harmonia Original Soundtrack, Genso Suikoden V, Rhapsodia and Genso Suikoden: Celtic Collection 3. Genres: Jazz.

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Masami Okui

Masami Okui (March 13, 1968 Hyōgo Prefecture-) otherwise known as 奥井雅美, おくい まさみ, 奥井 雅美, OKUI MASAMI, おくいまさみ or Okui, Masami is a Japanese singer.

Her most recognized albums: , S-mode #3 (disc 2), Birth, S-mode #1, NEEI, Shuffle, , Her-Day, Do-can and Ma-KING. Her related genres: Rock music, Pop music and Music in Japanese animation.

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Junichi Masuda

Junichi Masuda (January 12, 1968 Yokohama-) a.k.a. Masuda Jun'ichi is a Japanese game programmer, video game development and video game producer. His child is called Kiri Masuda.

His albums: , GBA Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen Super Complete, ポケモンひけるかな?, Nintendo DS Pokémon Diamond & Pearl Super Music Collection, GBA Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire Music Super Complete, Pokémon HeartGold & Pokémon SoulSilver: Super Music Collection, 10th Anniversary Pokémon Happy Birthday Concert - Junichi Masuda Selection CD, GBA Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire Music Super Complete, Pokémon Black 2 & Pokémon White 2: Super Music Collection and .

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Taku Iwasaki

Taku Iwasaki (January 21, 1968 Japan-) also known as 岩崎琢, いわさきたく, いわさき たく, Iwasaki Taku, Iwasaki, Taku or Takumi Iwasaki is a Japanese film score composer.

His albums include Samurai X OVA Soundtrack, R.O.D Original Soundtrack, R.O.D the TV Original Soundtrack 1, 焼きたて!!ジャぱん Original Sound Track, R.O.D The TV Original Soundtrack 1, るろうに剣心―明治剣客浪漫譚―星霜編, Witch Hunter Robin Original Sound Score 1, Witch Hunter Robin Original Sound Score 2, Now and Then, Here and There and Nikukyu ~BLACK CAT Original Soundtrack~.

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Tenpei Sato

Tenpei Sato (April 1, 1968 Tokyo-) also known as 佐藤天平, Nippon Ichi or Sato, Tenpei is a Japanese composer and voice acting in japan.

His albums include Marls Puppet Princess Original Game Soundtrack, Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure Original Soundtrack, Phantom Brave Arrange Sound Tracks, Disgaea Arranged Soundtrack, CAL ~ Beautiful Girls of Eternity, Makai Senki Disgaea 4 Original Soundtrack, La Pucelle 光の聖女伝説 アレンジサウンドトラック, Soul Nomad & the World Eaters, 佐藤天平 the BEST 日本一ミュージックコレクション Beautiful Days and 魔界戦記ヂスガイア Devil Label. Genres he performed include Electronic music, Video game music, Rock music, Soundtrack and Jazz.

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Aya Sugimoto

Aya Sugimoto (July 19, 1968 Kyoto-) a.k.a. Sugimoto Aya, Motoe Matsuyama, Tomoe Sugimoto, 杉本 彩, すぎもと あや, 松山 基栄, まつやま もとえ or Matsuyama Motoe is a Japanese model, actor, singer, tv personality, dancer and author.

She began her career as a model at the age of 14, and later branched out into acting. Sugimoto became well-known in Japan in the 1990s, when she starred in a number of popular Japanese TV dramas and films. In addition to her work as an actor, Sugimoto has also released several music albums and authored several books, including a memoir about her experiences as a working mother. She has also been a judge on various reality TV shows, showcasing her talents as a dancer and her expertise in fashion and beauty. In recent years, Sugimoto has become a prominent advocate for women's health issues, and she regularly promotes breast cancer awareness campaigns in Japan.

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Yūsuke Numata

Yūsuke Numata (June 10, 1968 Kanagawa Prefecture-) also known as Yusuke Numata, Numata Yūsuke or Hiroaki Yamada is a Japanese voice actor.

He graduated from the Tōkyō Gakugei University as a science teacher. However, he chose to become a voice actor and made his debut in 1996 as a voice actor for a video game. He is best known for his roles in anime such as "Bleach," "Rebuild of Evangelion" and "One Punch Man." Numata is represented by the talent agency 81 Produce. In addition to voice acting, he has also worked as a scriptwriter and director for various anime series. Numata is known for his deep and imposing voice which has made him popular among fans of anime and video games. Outside of his work as a voice actor, he enjoys playing games and is known to be an avid gamer.

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Minoru Kojima

Minoru Kojima (October 11, 1968-) otherwise known as Shin Murohime is a Japanese guitarist.

He is known for his contributions to the Japanese heavy metal band, Loudness. Kojima joined Loudness in 2001, replacing lead guitarist Akira Takasaki. Prior to joining Loudness, he was a member of the Japanese rock band, Lazy, which was formed in 1990. With Lazy, Kojima released several albums and singles throughout the 1990s. In addition to his work with Loudness and Lazy, Kojima has also released solo albums and collaborated with other artists. He is recognized for his technical ability and unique playing style, which incorporates elements of heavy metal, hard rock, and blues.

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Yuka Koyama

Yuka Koyama (February 9, 1968 Hiroshima-) is a Japanese voice actor.

She is affiliated with the talent agency, 81 Produce. Koyama is known for providing the voice for various characters in popular anime series such as "Tokyo Mew Mew," "Naruto," and "Inuyasha." She has also voiced characters in video games, including "Dynasty Warriors 4" and "Sonic Shuffle." In addition to her voice acting work, Koyama has also appeared in Japanese TV dramas and stage productions. She has been active in the entertainment industry since the early 1990s and continues to contribute her voice to various projects.

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Atsuko Yuya

Atsuko Yuya (September 1, 1968 Nagasaki Prefecture-) a.k.a. Yuya Atsuko is a Japanese voice actor and actor.

Atsuko Yuya began her career as a voice actor in the early 1990s and has since voiced many notable characters in popular anime series and video games. Some of her most well-known roles include Orochimaru in the Naruto series, Jirobo in Naruto: Shippuden, and Mai Shiranui in the Fatal Fury and King of Fighters video game series. She has also appeared in live-action TV dramas, movies, and stage productions. In addition to her acting career, Yuya has also released several music albums and has lent her vocal talents to various anime and game theme songs. She continues to be a prominent figure in Japan's entertainment industry.

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Yōsuke Kuroda

Yōsuke Kuroda (March 29, 1968 Yokkaichi-) a.k.a. Yosuke Kuroda is a Japanese writer, novelist and screenwriter.

His most well known albums: , , and .

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Kōji Yusa

Kōji Yusa (August 12, 1968 Kyoto Prefecture-) otherwise known as Yusa Kouji, Yusa Kōji, Koji Yusa, Yusa, Kouji or Kouji Yusa is a Japanese voice actor, narrator and singer.

His albums include , , and BLEACH BEAT COLLECTION -GIN ICHIMARU-.

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Reiko Kiuchi

Reiko Kiuchi (July 10, 1968 Tokyo-) also known as Kiuchi Reiko is a Japanese voice actor.

She has voiced numerous characters in anime and video games, including Fuyuki Hinata in "Keroro Gunso", Nagisa Kisaragi in "Phantasy Star Online 2", Ryzu in "Ar tonelico III", and Yumi Hoshino in "White Album 2". Kiuchi has also done dubbing work for foreign films and TV shows, such as the voice of Hermione Granger in the Japanese version of the Harry Potter film series. She has won several awards for her voice acting, including the Best Supporting Actress award at the 8th Seiyu Awards in 2014. Kiuchi is affiliated with Haikyo.

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Kiyoharu (October 30, 1968 Tajimi-) also known as Kiyo is a Japanese singer, songwriter, musician and singer-songwriter.

Discography: Mellow, HORIZON, LAST SONG−最後の詞−, bask in art, wednesday, , LAW'S, FOREVER LOVE, poetry and . Genres he performed include Alternative rock, Surf music, Punk rock, Hard rock, Glam rock and Post-punk.

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Yōko Oginome

Yōko Oginome (December 10, 1968 Kashiwa-) a.k.a. Yōko Tsujino or 荻野目洋子 is a Japanese singer, actor and voice acting in japan.


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Chara (January 13, 1968 Kawaguchi-) a.k.a. Miwa Watabiki, Watabiki Miwa, Sato Miwa, Arabiki, Charabiki or charachara is a Japanese singer-songwriter, actor and presenter. She has two children, Sumire Sato and Himi Sato.

Discography: Madrigal, Skirt, 70%-夕暮れのうた, A Scenery Like Me, Caramel Milk -The Best of Chara-, , , 初恋, 大切をきずくもの and 恋をした. Genres: Pop music, Trip hop, Classic rock, Downtempo, Alternative rock and Indie pop.

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Kotaro Oshio

Kotaro Oshio (February 1, 1968 Osaka-) also known as Oshio Kotaro, Oshio, Kotaro, 押尾 コータロー, おしお こうたろう or 押尾 光太郎 is a Japanese guitarist.

His albums include Starting Point, Dramatic, Be Happy, Panorama, Blue sky, Bolero!: Be HAPPY LIVE, COLOR of LIFE, 押尾コータロー, Eternal Chain and Tussie mussie.

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Tsunku (October 29, 1968 Higashi-osaka-) also known as Terada Mitsuo or Mitsuo Terada is a Japanese singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, singer-songwriter, presenter, musician, talent manager and mixing engineer.

His albums include A Hard Day's Night, , , TAKE 1, , , , , and . Genres: J-pop, Music of Japan, Synthpop, Hard rock, Electronica, Big Band, Disco, Funk rock, Pop rock, Video game music, Contemporary R&B, Electronic dance music, Rock music and Pop music.

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Yoshimi P-We

Yoshimi P-We (February 18, 1968 Okayama-) a.k.a. 横田 佳美, Yoshimi Yokota, よこた よしみ, よこたよしみ, 横田佳美, Yoshimio, Yoshimi, P-We, Yoshimi or Yokota Yoshimi is a Japanese trumpeter, drummer and musician.

Discography: Three, Yunnan Colorfree, Two, BOR COZMIK, Big Toast, Words on the Floor, Hagyou, Pizza & Shake and Live at Kanadian. Her related genres: Rock music, Noise music and Experimental music.

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Heath (January 22, 1968 Amagasaki-) otherwise known as 森江博, Morie Hiroshi or Hiroshi Morie is a Japanese bassist, songwriter and singer.

His albums: . Genres: Rock music and Heavy metal.

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H-Wonder (September 23, 1968-) otherwise known as h-wonder, Wada, Hiroki or Hiroki Wada is a Japanese singer.

His most well known albums: WONDER HERO and MYSTIC EYES. Genres: J-pop.

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Kenji Itō

Kenji Itō (July 5, 1968 Tokyo-) also known as Kenji Ito, Ito, Kenji, 伊藤 賢治 or いとう けんじ is a Japanese musician and composer.

His most well known albums: Romancing SaGa 2: Eternal Romance, Chocobo Racing Original Soundtrack, Romancing SaGa 2 Original Sound Version, Romancing SaGa: La Romance, SaGa Frontier, Seiken Densetsu Sound Collections, Seiken Densetsu: Let Thoughts Ride on Knowledge, ロマンシング サ・ガ Original Sound Version, Romancing Sa・Ga 3: Windy Tale and Sword of Mana Premium Soundtrack.

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K.A.Z (October 11, 1968 Kofu-) a.k.a. Kaz Iwaike is a Japanese guitarist, composer and lyricist.

Genres he performed: Post-grunge, Alternative rock and Hard rock.

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Hikaru Midorikawa

Hikaru Midorikawa (May 2, 1968 Otawara-) also known as Midorikawa Hikaru, Midorikawa, Hikaru, Midorikawa, Green River Light, Gurīn Ribā Raito or Guririba is a Japanese voice actor and singer.

He has voiced many popular anime characters, including Lancer in Fate/Zero, Tamahome in Fushigi Yugi, Heero Yuy in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, and Zelgadis Greywords in Slayers. He has also performed theme songs for various anime series and video games. Midorikawa started his career in voice acting in 1988 and has since won several awards for his performances, including the Best Supporting Actor Award at the Seiyu Awards in 2008 and the Overseas Fan Award at the 13th Seiyu Awards in 2019. Besides his voice acting work, Midorikawa is also active in stage plays and has appeared in several musicals.

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Kenji Ozawa

Kenji Ozawa (April 14, 1968 Japan-) otherwise known as Ozawa, Kenji is a Japanese singer-songwriter.

His albums include , , , , , , Eclectic, , and dogs.

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Hiroshi Kitadani

Hiroshi Kitadani (August 24, 1968 Japan-) also known as Kitadani Hiroshi, Kitadani, Hiroshi or 北谷洋 is a Japanese singer.

His albums: ウィーアー!, Endless Dream, U-n-d-e-r--STANDING!, Divine love, , , , , and . Genres he performed include J-pop, Pop music and Music in Japanese animation.

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Taro Hakase

Taro Hakase (January 23, 1968 Suita-) also known as Hakase Tarou, Hakase Taro or Hakase, Tarou is a Japanese composer.

Discography: Violinism II, 交響詩 「希望」 Symphonic Poem "Hope", NATURAL HIGH, THE BEST OF TARO HAKASE, Songs, Endless Violin, Canary, , VIOLINISM With Love and Traveling Notes. Genres he performed: Instrumental, Electronic music and Classical music.

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Nobukazu Takemura

Nobukazu Takemura (August 26, 1968 Osaka-) also known as 竹村延和, 竹村ノブカズ, Takemura‎ Nobukazu, たけむらのぶかず, 竹村 ノブカズ, Nobukazu Takeura, 竹村 延和, たけむら のぶかず, Child's View, Assembler or DJ Takemura is a Japanese musician and disc jockey.

His albums: Child's View, Child's View Remix, Child and Magic, Milano: For Issey Miyake Men by Naoki Takizawa, Scope, Sign, Hoshi No Koe, Recursion EP, 魔法のひろば and 10th. Genres related to him: House music, Chamber music, Glitch, Drum and bass, Jazz, Ambient music, Experimental music and Leftfield.

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Yukiko Iwai

Yukiko Iwai (May 26, 1968 Japan-) also known as Iwai Yukiko, Yuuyu or ゆうゆ is a Japanese singer and actor.

Her albums: -3°C, 天使のボディガード, ゆうゆ光線, Summer Tasty, , , , , and . Genres: J-pop.

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Yukihiro (November 24, 1968 Ichikawa-) also known as yukihiro, YUKI P'UNK or Yukihiro Awaji is a Japanese guitarist, drummer, songwriter, lyricist, singer, bassist, musician, record producer and singer-songwriter.

His albums: ring the noise and . Genres: Experimental music, Alternative rock, Industrial music, Art rock, Hard rock, Pop rock, Electronic rock, Industrial rock, Experimental rock and Progressive rock.

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Miho Morikawa

Miho Morikawa (May 5, 1968 Osaka-) also known as 森川美穂 is a Japanese , .

Her most well known albums: HER-Best 1985-1989, Takan sedai, Vocalization, Real Mind, , , VOICES and .

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Mari Hamada

Mari Hamada (December 27, 1968 Suma-ku, Kobe-) also known as Hamada Mari or Hamada, Mari is a Japanese actor, singer and voice actor.

Discography: and .

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Yuka Onishi

Yuka Onishi (July 6, 1968 Toyonaka-) also known as Ōnishi Yuka, Ohnishi or Yuka Ohnishi is a Japanese actor and singer.

Her albums include , TAKE A CHANCE ~summer bright~, , Peppermint Mocha, , , , , Fly Away and .

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Atsushi Matsuura

Atsushi Matsuura (May 10, 1968-) is a Japanese , .

Genres he performed include Rock music.

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Haruko Sagara

Haruko Sagara (March 1, 1968 Koriyama-) otherwise known as Sagara Haruko or Haruko Sagara Haynes is a Japanese actor.

Discography: BITTER KISS, , , , , Seaside Mint Blue, , , MID-NIGHT CALL and .

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Takao Osawa

Takao Osawa (March 11, 1968 Koto, Tokyo-) also known as Takao Ohsawa, Ōsawa Takao, Taka Osawa or Osawa Takao is a Japanese actor, model and film producer.

His discography includes: , Kiss, If… and Rain.

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Kan Sawada

Kan Sawada (April 9, 1968 Kobe-) also known as Sawada, Kan is a Japanese film score composer.

His most well known albums: , , and .

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James Iha

James Iha (March 26, 1968 Chicago-) also known as Iha, James, James Yoshinobu Iha or Iha Yoshinobu is a Japanese musician, guitarist, singer, songwriter, film score composer and music producer.

His albums: Let It Come Down, Be Strong Now, Linda Linda Linda, Speed of Love and Look to the Sky. Genres he performed include Indie rock, Alternative rock, Alternative country, Alternative metal and Industrial rock.

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Hiroko Moriguchi

Hiroko Moriguchi (June 13, 1968 Fukuoka-) also known as Moriguchi, Hiroko or Hiromi Hanamura is a Japanese singer and actor.

Discography: ETERNAL SONGS, Eternal Wind ~ Hohoemi wa Hikaru Kaze no Naka, Best of My Life Moriguchi Hiroko Single Selection, Mizu no Hoshi e Ai wo Komete, Prime Privacy, PARADE, , LET’S GO, and . Genres: J-pop.

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