Akihiro Miwa photo & Suehiro Maruo’s art.
Some infos from wikipedia:
Akihiro Miwa (born May 15, 1935 as Akihiro Maruyama) is a Japanese singer, actor, drag queen, director and composer. […] Although Miwa is better known as a cabaret singer he has also appeared in a number of films, beginning as a laundry boy in Sennin Buraku in 1961 (under his real name). He also appeared in Shuji Terayama’s Aomori-ken no Semushi Otoko in 1967. In 1968 he starred in and composed the theme song for Kinji Fukasaku’s Black Lizard, based on Mishima’s stage adaptation of the Edogawa Rampo novel; Mishima also had a cameo in the film as a statue. The next year Miwa made another film with Fukasaku, Black Rose Mansion. In recent years he has voiced characters in Hayao Miyazaki’s internationally successful anime films Princess Mononoke and Howl’s Moving Castle, and appeared in Takeshi Kitano’s 2005 film Takeshis’.