Japanese musicians died because of Aortic aneurysm

Here are 1 famous musicians from Japan died in Aortic aneurysm:

Makoto Fujita

Makoto Fujita (April 13, 1933 Ikebukuro-February 17, 2010 Suita) a.k.a. Makoto Harada, 藤田 まこと, はらだ まこと, ふじた まこと, Fujita Makoto, 原田 眞, Harada Makoto, Haguretei Umanosuke or はぐれ亭馬之助 was a Japanese actor, comedian and singer. He had one child, Emiko Fujita.

His albums include はぐれ刑事純情派 主題歌セレクション.

Makoto Fujita started his career as a comedian and later transitioned into acting and singing. He was a member of the popular comedy duo called "The Drifters". The group was known for their unique brand of humor and comedic skits, which made them a household name in Japan.

Fujita became a respected actor and appeared in many TV dramas and movies throughout his career. He gained critical acclaim for his roles in "Bayside Shakedown" and "Odoru Daisosasen". Fujita was also a talented singer and recorded several albums throughout his career.

Aside from his entertainment career, Fujita was known for his philanthropic activities. He was actively involved in various charitable organizations and was passionate about helping others.

Fujita passed away in 2010 at the age of 76 due to heart failure. He left behind a legacy as one of the most beloved figures in Japanese entertainment, loved by fans for his humor, talent, and kindness.

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