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Kenichi Hagiwara (萩原健一; Hagiwara Ken'ichi, born 26 July 1950 in Omiya, Saitama, Japan), also known as Sho-Ken, was the lead singer of The Tempters , the "bad boys" of the Group Sounds Japan pop scene in the mid and late 1960s. A teen idol with a legion of loyal fans, Hagiwara was known for his good looks and arrogance, which appealed to both young male and female Japanese fans.
- Taiyō ni Hoero! (1972–73), Jun "macaroni" Hayami
- Toshiie to Matsu (2002), Akechi Mitsuhide
- Dokonimo nai Kuni (2018), Shigeru Yoshida
|1982||To Trap a Kidnapper||Kazuo Furuya|
|1985||Capone Cries a Lot||Umiemon|
|Seburi monogatari||Hajime Kinoshita|
|Love Letter||Shoichi Takehara|
|1992||The Triple Cross||Kanzaki|
- ""First I had the idea, nobody cared. They said 'you're crazy!'"". jrawk.com. Archived from the original on 2009-05-20. Retrieved 2016-02-03.
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