Japanese musicians born in 1976

Here are 50 famous musicians from Japan were born in 1976:

Yui Horie

Yui Horie (September 20, 1976 Tokyo-) also known as Horie Yui, Yoshiko Horie, Hocchan, Horie Yoshiko, Yamato Nadeshiko, Kurobara Hozonkai, YUIEL or Aice5 is a Japanese singer and voice actor.

Her albums: sky, , , Days, 心晴れて 夜も明けて, 恋する天気図, Kuroneko to Tsuki Kikyū o Meguru Bōken, Mizutamari ni Utsuru Sekai, BEST ALBUM and Usotsuki Alice to Kujiragō o Meguru Bōken. Genres: J-pop, Pop music and Music in Japanese animation.

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Joe Odagiri

Joe Odagiri (February 16, 1976 Tsuyama-) a.k.a. Jô Odagiri, Jo Odagiri, Jou Odagiri, Tom Jong Il, Odajō, Odagiri Jo, Odagiri Jō, Jō Odagiri, John Odagiri or Odagiri Joe is a Japanese actor and musician.

His most important albums: , BLACK, WHITE and t".

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Hitomi (January 26, 1976 Tochigi-) otherwise known as Hitomi Furuya, Furuya Hitomi or Hitomi Uesugi is a Japanese singer, singer-songwriter, voice actor and model.

Related albums: GO TO THE TOP, h, I am / innocence, flow/BLADE RUNNER, SELF PORTRAIT, HTM〜TIARTROP FLES〜, Japanese girl, Love Angel, LOVE CONCENT and LOVE 2000. Genres: J-pop, Pop music, Electronica and Rock music.

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Kenji Nojima

Kenji Nojima (March 16, 1976 Suginami-) also known as Nojima Kenji is a Japanese voice actor and narrator.

His albums: Any Day Shuffle.

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Fayray (April 18, 1976 Tokyo-) is a Japanese singer, actor and singer-songwriter.

Her albums include EVER AFTER, I'll save you, Baby if,, Over, Remember, stay, tears, touch me, kiss me, 好きだなんて言えない and . Genres related to her: Jazz, J-pop, Dance music, Rock music and Pop music.

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Hanawa (July 20, 1976 Kasukabe-) a.k.a. はなわ or Naoki, Hanawa is a Japanese , .

Discography: 佐賀県, 伝説の男~ビバ・ガッツ~ and HANAWA ROCK.

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Takahiro Mizushima

Takahiro Mizushima (June 14, 1976 Fujisawa-) also known as Mizushima Takahiro, Mizushima, Takahiro, Uta Kijima, Kijima Uta or 木島 宇太 is a Japanese voice actor.

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Miki Nakatani

Miki Nakatani (January 12, 1976 Tokyo-) also known as Nakatani Miki is a Japanese actor and singer.

Her albums include 食物連鎖, Miki, ABSOLUTE VALUE, Vague, STRANGE PARADISE, 私生活, Pure Best and cure.

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Emiri Henmi

Emiri Henmi (December 16, 1976 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Henmi Emiri, Matsuda Jitsuri, Emi Chan, Emily Chan or Kim sister is a Japanese actor and singer.


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Kumi Sakuma

Kumi Sakuma (November 2, 1976 Chiba Prefecture-) also known as 佐久間 紅美, Sakuma Kumi, Koumi Sakuma, Sakuma, Kumi or 佐久間紅美 is a Japanese voice actor and singer.

Her most recognized albums: and BLEACH BEAT COLLECTION 2nd SESSION:02.

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Hitomi Nabatame

Hitomi Nabatame (August 4, 1976 Sado-) also known as Nabatame Hitomi, Maki Tezuka, Tezuka Maki, Fuka Hinami, Hinami Fūka, Myu Nonaka, Nonaka Myū, Ko Shiina, Shiina Kō, Miran Himemiya and Chocolate Rockers, Nabatame, Hitomi or Katsura, Yukiji starring Nabatame, Hitomi is a Japanese voice actor, actor and singer.

Her albums: , , 裏スクールランブル二学期 ~DIE ANOTHER D! ~, Ura School Rumble Nigakki Die Another D!, , , , , and .

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Yoshino Kimura

Yoshino Kimura (April 10, 1976 London-) a.k.a. Yoshino Higashiyama or Yoshino Kimura is a Japanese actor and singer.

Discography: , GIRL, , , ONE and ONLY, , Lady〜The Best of Yoshino Kimura, LOVE and LIFE and .

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Jun Shibata

Jun Shibata (November 19, 1976 Tokyo-) otherwise known as Shibata Jun, ŽÄ“c~ or Shibata, Jun is a Japanese singer and songwriter.

Her albums include , ぼくの味方, 親愛なる君へ, Hitori, Single Collection, Oort no Kumo, Tameiki, Tsukiyo no Ame, Watashi and HIROMI. Her related genres: J-pop.

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Noriaki Sugiyama

Noriaki Sugiyama (March 9, 1976 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Noriyaki Sugiyama, Sugiyama Noriaki or Non-tan is a Japanese voice actor, singer and actor.

His albums include Fate/stay night キャラクターイメージソングVII:衛官士郎, BLEACH BEAT COLLECTION -URYU ISHIDA- and .

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Nanako Takushi

Nanako Takushi (March 25, 1976 Shimajiri District, Okinawa-) is a Japanese singer.

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Nanae Katō

Nanae Katō (February 24, 1976 Ibaraki Prefecture-) also known as Katō Nanae, 加藤 奈々絵 or Nanae Katou is a Japanese voice actor.

Discography: .

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Ema Kogure

Ema Kogure (October 31, 1976 Tokyo-) also known as 小暮 英麻 or Kogure Ema is a Japanese voice actor.

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Shiho Kawaragi

Shiho Kawaragi (April 29, 1976 Tokyo-) otherwise known as Kawaragi, Shiho, Kaname Yuzuki or Yuzuki Kaname is a Japanese voice actor.

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Naotarō Moriyama

Naotarō Moriyama (April 23, 1976 Japan-) also known as Naotaro Moriyama, 森山直太朗, Moriyama Naotaro, MORIYAMA Naotarou or Naotarou Moriyama is a Japanese singer.

His albums: , 乾いた唱は魚の餌にちょうどいい, 新たなる香辛料を求めて, , さくら (独唱), , , , and .

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Tōko Aoyama

Tōko Aoyama (November 3, 1976 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Toko Aoyama is a Japanese voice actor.

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Ken Lloyd

Ken Lloyd (March 25, 1976 London-) a.k.a. Lloyd, Ken is a Japanese singer.

Genres he performed: Punk rock, Hard rock, Alternative metal, Post-grunge, Alternative rock, Experimental rock and Electronic rock.

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Miwako Ichikawa

Miwako Ichikawa (March 19, 1976 Tokyo-) also known as Ichikawa, Miwako is a Japanese model and actor.

Her albums include , PINUP GIRL and PINUP GIRL.

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Masaya Matsukaze

Masaya Matsukaze (September 9, 1976 Fukushima Prefecture-) also known as Matsukaze Masaya, Masaya Watanabe, Watanabe Masaya or Matsukaze, Masaya is a Japanese actor, radio personality, voice actor and tarento.

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Daisuke Namikawa

Daisuke Namikawa (March 29, 1976 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Namikawa Daisuke is a Japanese voice actor and singer.

His discography includes: BLEACH BEAT COLLECTION 3rd SESSION:01 -ULQUIORRA-, , , ROOTERS, UTAO, Jump Out Loud, I.D., Recollection, Ring and Elements.

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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.

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Tamaki Nakanishi

Tamaki Nakanishi (February 13, 1976 Urasoe-) also known as Nakanishi, Tamaki is a Japanese voice actor.

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Kisaki (March 10, 1976 Wakayama Prefecture-) is a Japanese record producer, bassist and composer.

Genres he performed include Rock music, Visual kei and Pop rock.

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Tomotaka Okamoto

Tomotaka Okamoto (December 3, 1976 Japan-) is a Japanese singer.

Genres related to him: Classical music.

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Mieko Kawakami

Mieko Kawakami (August 29, 1976 Osaka-) is a Japanese singer and writer.

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KOKIA (July 22, 1976 Tokyo-) also known as 吉田亜紀子, Kokia, よしだ あきこ or コキア is a Japanese singer, songwriter and record producer.

Her most well known albums: , 人間ってそんなものね, かわらないこと 〜Since 1976〜, The Power of Smile, Say Hi!!, dandelion, pearl 〜The Best Collection〜, 愛のメロディー/調和 oto~with reflection~, time to say goodbye and 夢がチカラ. Genres she performed include J-pop, Folk music, Ethereal wave, Neoclassical Dark Wave and Pop music.

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Shintarō Asanuma

Shintarō Asanuma (January 5, 1976 Morioka-) also known as Asanuma Shintarō, Shintarou Asanuma or Asanuma, Shintarou is a Japanese voice actor, actor, screenwriter, theatre director, designer and copywriter.

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Yoshinori Fujita

Yoshinori Fujita (October 27, 1976 Hirosaki-) also known as Fujita Yoshinori or Yosinori Fujita is a Japanese voice actor.

His albums: TVアニメーション『狂乱家族日記』エンディング主題歌③ コードネイムはLady-X.

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Ami Yoshida

Ami Yoshida (May 13, 1976-) also known as よしだアミ, よしだあみ, Yoshida Ami, Yoshida, Ami or 吉田アミ is a Japanese , .

Her albums include Tiger Thrush, aso and .

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Yo Hitoto

Yo Hitoto (September 20, 1976 Tokyo-) also known as Hitoto Yo, Hitoto You, Yô Hitoto, 一青窈, Hitoto Yō, Yan Yao, 顏窈 or ひとと よう is a Japanese singer and actor.

Her most important albums: , 月天心, &, Morai Naki, 一青想, , BESTYO, 影踏み, 金魚すくい and Key. Her related genres: J-pop and Pop music.

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Yukari Tamura

Yukari Tamura (February 27, 1976 Fukuoka Prefecture-) also known as Tamura Yukari, Yukarin or Yukari Tsumura is a Japanese voice actor, lyricist, singer and radio personality.

Her albums include , Spiritual Garden, Little Wish 〜lyrical step〜, Sincerely Dears..., Hoshizora no Spica, Beautiful Amulet, WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT?, 恋せよ女の子, Megami Tensei and . Genres she performed include J-pop and Music in Japanese animation.

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Kyo (February 16, 1976 Kyoto-) also known as Niimura Kyo, Niimura Tooru, 西村徹 or 京 is a Japanese singer, poet, record producer and songwriter.

Genres he performed include Heavy metal, Rock music, Avant-garde metal, Death metal, Black metal and Nu metal.

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ANZA (May 4, 1976 Ōmura-) also known as Ooyama Anza, 大山アンザ, Ohyama Anza, Oyama Anza or Anza Oyama is a Japanese singer, actor and musician.

Her most well known albums: Dream and 扉をあけて. Genres she performed: Music of Japan, J-pop, Nu metal, Alternative metal, Avant-garde metal, Rock music and Pop music.

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Minami Kuribayashi

Minami Kuribayashi (June 11, 1976 Shizuoka-) also known as 栗林みな実 or Suzumiya, Haruka is a Japanese singer, voice actor, lyricist, composer, singer-songwriter and radio personality.

Discography: Precious Memories, Tsubasa wa Pleasure Line, , , , Overture, BELIEVE, , earth trip and Muv-Luv. Her related genres: J-pop and Rock music.

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Arisa Mizuki

Arisa Mizuki (December 5, 1976 Nerima-) a.k.a. Mizuki Arisa or Mizuki, Arisa is a Japanese singer, actor and model.

Discography: ARISA, TOO SHY SHY BOY!, SpeciAlisa, Arisa II: Shake Your Body for Me, Fiore, Arisa III: Look, History: Alisa Mizuki Complete Single Collection, Cute, Innocence and Kan-Juice. Genres she performed: J-pop, Dance music and Pop music.

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KAORI (February 28, 1976 Yokohama-) a.k.a. Kawana, Midori is a Japanese voice actor and singer.

Her discography includes: Tears Infection, re;stratosphere, , この青空に約束を, , BLUE BLUE WAVE and 風の碧、海の翠 / 虹色の宝物.

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小谷美紗子 (November 4, 1976-) also known as Misako Odani or Odani, Misako is a Japanese , .

Her most recognized albums: night, Quarternote 2nd-THE BEST OF ODANI MISAKO 1996-2003-, i, 眠りのうた, 街灯の下で, Then, Utaki, 虹色の吹雪, and .

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Kohei Murakami

Kohei Murakami (June 1, 1976 Tokyo-) also known as Kôhei Murakami is a Japanese actor and voice actor.

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Hisham Bharoocha

Hisham Bharoocha (March 12, 1976 Niigata-) also known as Bharoocha, Hisham or Hisham Akira Bharoocha is a Japanese musician.

Genres: Noise rock.

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Juju (February 14, 1976 Shobara-) a.k.a. JUJU, 淳, じゅん, Jun or ジュジュ is a Japanese singer and lyricist.

Her albums include What's Love?, やさしさで溢れるように, どんなに遠くても…, Open Your Heart ~素顔のままで~, Trust In You, Hello, Again〜昔からある場所〜, MY LIFE, 桜雨 / READY FOR LOVE / S.H.E. / Last Kiss, ナツノハナ and 素直になれたら / I can be free. Genres she performed include Rhythm and blues, Jazz and J-pop.

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Yoshihisa Kawahara

Yoshihisa Kawahara (June 22, 1976 Tokyo-) a.k.a. Kawahara Yoshihisa is a Japanese voice actor.

His albums include .

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Jazztronik (March 16, 1976 Saitama Prefecture-) otherwise known as のざきりょうた, のざき りょうた, 野崎 良太, Ryota Nozaki, 野崎良太 or Jazztronic is a Japanese disc jockey and music arranger.

Related albums: Cannibal Rock, Nu Balance Sessions 1, Nu Balance Sessions 2, Samurai, Tiki Tiki, numero uno, Tender Vision Remixes +2, Set Free, Samurai and Nu Balance. Genres he performed include Jazz, House music, Jazz rap, Downtempo and Lounge music.

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Yuki Makishima

Yuki Makishima (September 9, 1976 Kobe-) otherwise known as 牧島 有希, まきしまゆき or まきしま ゆき is a Japanese singer and voice acting in japan.

Her most important albums: , 二人の翼, Growlanser IV: Wayfarer of the Time and こころのとびら.

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Tujiko Noriko

Tujiko Noriko (August 28, 1976 Osaka-) also known as つじこ のりこ, 辻子紀子, つじこのりこ, Tsujiko Noriko, Noriko Tujiko or Tujiko, Noriko is a Japanese , .

Her most important albums: Keshou to Heitai, Shojo Toshi, I Forgot the Title, Hard Ni Sasete, From Tokyo to Naiagara, Blurred in My Mirror, Solo, Trust, 28 and Melancholic Beat.

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Masafumi Gotoh

Masafumi Gotoh (December 2, 1976 Shimada-) is a Japanese singer-songwriter, composer, songwriter and singer.

His albums: . Genres: Indie rock, Alternative rock and Power pop.

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Daiki Kasho

Daiki Kasho (November 2, 1976-) a.k.a. Kasho, Daiki is a Japanese composer.

His albums: F-Zero GX/AX Original Soundtracks.

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