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Japanese composer Toshiaki Tsushima was born on 22 May 1936 in Okayama Prefecture and graduated from the Arts Department of Tokyo's Nihon University. He was known mostly for his film scores, such as The War in Space, Shogun's Samurai and The Fall of Ako Castle.
Toshiaki Tsushima died on 25 November 2013, aged seventy-seven.