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Kan Mikami

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Kan Mikami ( born on March 20, 1950) is a Japanese folk singer-songwriter. His music, heavily influenced by American blues, was popular in Japan in the 1970s. He re-wrote the lyric of the song "Yume wa Yoru Hiraku" for his cover version in 1972. Mikami also acted in cinema and is notable for collaborations with Shuji Terayama and his avant-garde theater Tenjo Sajiki. Description above from the Wikipedia article Kan Mikami  , licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Mar 20, 1950 In Kodomari, Aomori, Japan
Movie/TV Credits:
11
First Appeared:
In the movie Pastoral: To Die in the Country 1974-12-28
Latest Project:
Movie Box: Hakamada Case - What is the Life 2010-05-29
Known For
Poster of This Love Story
Poster of Pastoral: To Die in the Country
Filmography
Movie Box: Hakamada Case - What is the Life Elementary school teacher 2010-05-29
Movie The Most Beautiful Night In The World Gonza 2008-05-24
Movie Tokyo Decadence Topazu 1992-01-06
Movie Four Days of Snow and Blood Kiichi Dogome 1989-06-17
Movie This Love Story 1987-09-12
Movie Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence Lieutenant Itō 1983-05-28
Movie This Is Noriko 1981-09-12
Movie New Battles Without Honor and Humanity 3: Last Days of the Boss Tah-boh 1976-04-24
Movie A Savage Beast Goes Mad Singer 1976-05-14
Movie New Battles Without Honor and Humanity 2: Head of the Boss Akira Kobayashi 1975-11-01
Movie Pastoral: To Die in the Country 1974-12-28
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