Japanese musicians died because of Cerebral hemorrhage

Here are 1 famous musicians from Japan died in Cerebral hemorrhage:

Shingo Kanemoto

Shingo Kanemoto (October 12, 1932 Fukuoka Prefecture-February 24, 1991 Japan) also known as Seiki Kanemoto or Kanemoto Shingo was a Japanese voice actor and actor.

He started his career in the entertainment industry in the 1950s and appeared in various television dramas, movies, and stage productions. Kanemoto gained recognition for his voice acting work in the anime series "Star of the Giants" where he voiced the main character, Shimizu. He also lent his voice to several other popular anime series such as "Captain Harlock" and "Gatchaman." Kanemoto's exceptional voice acting skills made him one of the most sought-after voice actors in Japan during his time. He has won several awards for his voice acting work and his contributions to the Japanese entertainment industry are still remembered and celebrated to this day.

In addition to his voice acting career, Kanemoto was also a prolific theater actor. He co-founded the theater company "Bungakuza" in 1955 and performed in many of their productions. Kanemoto was also a mentor to many young actors and actresses, and he was known for his dedication to his craft. He was awarded the Medal with Purple Ribbon in 1986 for his contributions to Japanese popular culture. Kanemoto passed away in 1991 at the age of 58 due to liver cancer, leaving behind a lasting legacy in the entertainment industry.

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