Japanese musicians died at 65

Here are 23 famous musicians from Japan died at 65:

Hideo Yoshino

Hideo Yoshino (July 3, 1902 Takasaki-July 13, 1967 Kamakura) was a Japanese writer.

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Kiyoteru Hanada

Kiyoteru Hanada (March 29, 1909 Fukuoka Prefecture-September 23, 1974) was a Japanese personality.

He died as a result of stroke.

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Katsura Tarō

Katsura Tarō (January 4, 1848 Hagi-October 10, 1913 Tokyo) was a Japanese politician.

He died as a result of stomach cancer.

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Hara Takashi

Hara Takashi (February 9, 1856 Morioka-November 4, 1921 Tokyo) was a Japanese writer and politician.

He died in assassination.

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Tanaka Giichi

Tanaka Giichi (June 22, 1864 Hagi-September 29, 1929 Empire of Japan) was a Japanese politician.

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Tōru Takemitsu

Tōru Takemitsu (October 8, 1930 Tokyo-February 20, 1996 Minato) also known as Takemitsu Tooru, 武満 徹, T. Takemitsu, Takemitsu, Tōru, Takemitsu Tōru, たけみつ とおる, Tooru Takemitsu, Toru Takemitsu, Takemitsu or Tôru Takemitsu was a Japanese composer, music theorist, film score composer and writer. He had one child, Maki Takemitsu.

His most well known albums: Rising Sun, A Flock Descends Into the Pentagonal Garden, Peter Serkin Plays the Music of Toru Takemitsu, How Slow the Wind, From Me Flows What You Call Time / Twill by Twilight / Requiem, Toward the Sea / Rain Tree / Rain Spell / Bryce, Quotation of Dream (London Sinfonietta feat. conductor: Oliver Knussen), Ran, Toru Takemitsu - Complete piano works and In an Autumn Garden. Genres he performed: 20th-century classical music, Chamber music, Choral music, Electronic music and Film score.

He died caused by bladder cancer.

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Kenji Doihara

Kenji Doihara (August 8, 1883 Okayama Prefecture-December 23, 1948 Tokyo) was a Japanese personality.

He died as a result of hanging.

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Kyōka Izumi

Kyōka Izumi (November 4, 1873 Kanazawa-September 7, 1939 Tokyo) a.k.a. Kyotaro Izumi, Kyōka Izumi, 泉 鏡花, Izumi Kyōka, いずみ きょうか or Kyoka Izumi was a Japanese writer, novelist, playwright and poet.

He died as a result of cancer.

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Kenichi Enomoto

Kenichi Enomoto (October 11, 1904 Aoyama, Minato, Tokyo-January 7, 1970) also known as Kenichi 'Enoken' Enomoto, Enomoto Ken’ichi, Enoken, The King of Comedy or Eno-Ken was a Japanese comedian and actor.

He died as a result of hepatic cirrhosis.

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Honinbō Shūsai

Honinbō Shūsai (April 5, 1874 Tokyo-January 18, 1940 Atami) was a Japanese personality.

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Suematsu Kenchō

Suematsu Kenchō (September 30, 1855 Buzen Province-October 5, 1920) also known as Kenchō Suematsu was a Japanese writer and politician.

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Jun'ya Koizumi

Jun'ya Koizumi (January 24, 1904 Japan-August 10, 1969) was a Japanese politician. His child is Junichiro Koizumi.

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Ken'ichi Yoshida

Ken'ichi Yoshida (April 1, 1912 Tokyo-August 3, 1977 Yokohama) also known as Kenʼichi Yoshida was a Japanese novelist.

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Heisuke Yanagawa

Heisuke Yanagawa (October 2, 1879 Nagasaki Prefecture-January 22, 1945) was a Japanese personality.

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Hajime Sugiyama

Hajime Sugiyama (January 1, 1880 Kokura-September 12, 1945 Tokyo) also known as Sugiyama Hajime was a Japanese personality.

He died caused by suicide.

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Shinpei Nakayama

Shinpei Nakayama (March 22, 1887 Japan-December 30, 1952) was a Japanese personality.

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Sahachiro Hata

Sahachiro Hata (March 23, 1873 Masuda-November 22, 1938 Tokyo) also known as Dr. Sahachiro Hata was a Japanese physician.

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Toshiya Fujita

Toshiya Fujita (January 16, 1932 Pyongyang-August 29, 1997 Shinjuku) also known as Fujita Toshiya, Shigeya Fujita, Shigaya Fujita or Shigeo Fujita was a Japanese screenwriter, film director, actor and pornographic film actor.

He died caused by liver failure.

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Chikuhei Nakajima

Chikuhei Nakajima (January 1, 1884 Nitta District, Gunma-October 10, 1949) was a Japanese politician.

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Kōhei Miyauchi

Kōhei Miyauchi (August 4, 1929 Kagoshima Prefecture-June 2, 1995 Itabashi) also known as Kohei Miyauchi, Takayuki Miyauchi, Miyauchi Takayuki, Miyauchi Kōhei, Miyauchi, Kouhei or Miyauchi, Kouhei (Kame Sennin) was a Japanese voice actor and actor.

He died as a result of gastric varices.

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Nobuyoshi Mutō

Nobuyoshi Mutō (July 15, 1868 Saga-July 27, 1933 Changchun) also known as Baron Muto Nobuyoshi, Nobuyushi Muto or Nobuyoshi Muto was a Japanese personality.

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Michiya Mihashi

Michiya Mihashi (November 10, 1930 Kamiiso-January 8, 1996) otherwise known as 三橋美智也 was a Japanese singer.

His albums: . Genres: Enka.

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Akiji Kobayashi

Akiji Kobayashi (September 26, 1930 Yodobashi, Tokyo-August 27, 1996 Aoba-ku, Yokohama) otherwise known as Shôji Kobayashi, Kobayashi Akiji, Shoji Kobayashi or Issei Mori was a Japanese actor and voice actor.

He died as a result of lung cancer.

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