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Minako Honda

Remembered on her behalf pop music albums, including Midnight Golf swing and Wild Pet cats, and on her behalf performances in Japanese stage productions of such well-known musicals as Miss Saigon as well as the Ruler and I, this well-known singer passed away of severe myelogenous leukemia at age thirty-eight. Her early-career singles consist of “Suki To Iinasai” (“Inform Me ‘I Like You'”) and “Aoi Shumatsu” (“Blue Weekend”). Within the last many years of her existence, she released many albums that showcased her skill like a traditional soprano and included renditions of “Ave Maria” and “Amazing Elegance.” Though given birth to in Tokyo, she was raised primarily in the town of Asaka in Japan’s Saitama Prefecture. She was frequently in comparison to American pop celebrity Madonna.

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