In the early postwar Japan, jazz became popular. Japanese female singer Hibari Misora (美空ひばり) released her debut song "Kappa boogie-woogie" under the Nippon Columbia in 1949 at the age of only 12. She was known for singing jazz songs in 1950s and 1960s.
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