Mieko Hirota is Dead : Death, Obituary, Cause of Death, Memorial, Funeral
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‘Mieko Hirota ‘ has Passed Away.
Friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Mieko Hirota .
About Mieko Hirota
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Mieko Hirota (弘田三枝子, Hirota Mieko, February 5, 1947 – July 21, 2020) was a Japanese popular singer. Her nickname was Mico (also spelled Miko).
Hirota was born in Setagaya, Tokyo. She grew up listening to pop and jazz in places like Tachikawa, which was frequented by Occupation troops. She made her debut in 1961 at age 14. In 1965, Mico became the first Japanese singer to sing the song Sunny (Bobby Hebb song) on album and the first to appear at the Newport Jazz Festival.
Mico appeared on the NHK New Year’s Eve Kōhaku Uta Gassen eight times. Her first performance was in 1962, when she sang the Connie Francis tune “Vacation.” NHK tapped her for the next four years in succession, and again in 1969, 1970, and 1971.
She sang the theme song, “Leo no Uta”, for the animated television series Kimba the White Lion.
Hirota’s commercial career included endorsements for Nescafé, Nippon Oil, Daikin Industries, Fujiya, Renown, and Sapporo Beer.
Mieko Hirota Cause of Death
How Mieko Hirota died (Cause of death)
Hirota died on July 21, 2020 at the age of 73 following a fall.
Mieko Hirota Memorial/Funeral
Location of Memorial has not been disclosed yet, we will update you once information has been revealed..
Mieko Hirota Tributes
What People Say about Mieko Hirota !!!
I’d like to request
VACATION/ Connie Francis
A Japanese singer Mieko Hirota who sing the song in Japanese passed away few days ago.
I’m not the generation but well known in Japan.#gps897
— yuKihurry@Guyさんラ部部長 (@kanshobareisho) July 30, 2020
Everyone should listen to Hirota Mieko on spotify… she recently passed away but she was truly a wonderful singer in her heyday. She ofc sang in Japanese but she also did a lot of covers of popular english songs (like this one)https://t.co/Bv7qDb8ltC
— Michael | まいける (@m_gur0) July 30, 2020