It is with great sadness we say that Miki Matsubara a Japanese composer, lyricist and singer from Nishi-ku, Sakai, Osaka, Japan passed away on October 7, 2004. Her death deeply affected her friends and family members. In this post you will get all the information related to Miki Matsubara and her death.
What is Miki Matsubara’s Cause of Death?
It was disclosed in 2001 that Matsubara’s actions were affected by the late-stage cancer diagnosis and after that she got treatment. Matsubara spent her final years battling her illness.
Matsubara’s doctor gave her only three months to live and on October 7, 2004 she passed away due to complications from uterine cervix cancer. Two months later, the public was informed of her death. Her death devastated her family members.
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At Which Age Did Miki Matsubara Die?
Miki Matsubara was born on November 28, 1959 in Kishiwada, Osaka, Japan and passed away on October 7, 2004 at the age of 44. Her early years were spent in Hiraoka Town, Sakai, Osaka’s Nishi-ku.
She grew up in a family of four including a father, a mother and a younger sister. Her mother was a jazz vocalist who had performed with the Japanese jazz band and comedy troupe Crazy Cats and her father served on the board of a hospital.
At the age of three, Matsubara began studying the piano and she eventually became acquainted with jazz. She attended Hiraoka Elementary School in Sakai City as a young child before enrolling at Poole Gakuin Junior High School in 1972.
At this point, Matsubara developed a taste for rock music and joined the group “Kurei”. She started at Poole Gakuin High School in 1975 and joined the band “Yoshinoya Band” as a keyboard player. They would perform songs at Takutaku, a live music venue in Kyoto.
Although many people in her immediate vicinity expected Matsubara to go to college because she was a stellar student, she had already made arrangements to follow her passion of becoming a singer at the time. Matsubara traveled alone to Tokyo in 1977, while still a high school student, to make her singing debut. She did very hard work in her life.
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