Chiharu Matsuyama

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Chiharu Matsuyama
Birth name松山千春
Born (1955-12-16) December 16, 1955 (age 63)
Ashoro, Hokkaido, Japan
GenresJapanese folk music
Years active1977–present
LabelsNippon Columbia Co., Ltd.
WebsiteOfficial Website[1]

Chiharu Matsuyama (松山千春, born December 16, 1955) is a Japanese folk singer and songwriter.

He made his debut with the single Tabidachi in 1977, and success soon followed with the two hits Toki no Itazura and Kisetsu no Nakade.[2]

Matsuyama has been portrayed in film by Shunsuke Daitō.[3] Daitō played him in a 2008 film based on Matsuyama's autobiographical work Ashoro Yori, published in 1979.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official Website
  2. ^ "Matsuyama Chiharu - KsuWiki". Archived from the original on 2008-05-23.
  3. ^ 大东俊介出演新片《腐女女友》 明年春天公映[permanent dead link] (Chinese)
  4. ^ Daito to star in film about Chiharu Matsuyama

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