\u5c0f\u91ce \u6d0b\u5b50 born on 18 February 1933 in Tokyo to Isoko Ono. She is a citizen of Japan, United Kingdom and United States of America. Yoko Beatle-breaker Ono was educated at Gakushuin University. She is a related to Eijirō Ono, Zenzaburō Yasuda and Eisuke Ono. She lives at Tokyo, New York City and London.
Yoko Beatle-breaker Ono plays piano and voice. She sings mezzo-soprano. She is a Japanese artist, singer-songwriter, author, peace activist (1933-) known for her work on Wish Tree for Washington, DC.
Yoko Beatle-breaker Ono has had three spouses: Toshi Ichiyanagi, Anthony Cox and John Lennon. She has two children Sean Lennon and Kyoko Ono Cox.
Yoko Beatle-breaker Ono has worked as a peace activist, singer, musician, artist, composer, performance artist, painter, recording artist, film director, photographer, sculptor, conceptual artist, visual artist and film maker. She has been nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance and Grammy Award for Best Music Film. She has has won Grammy Award for Album of the Year, Grammy Award for Best Music Film, Women's Caucus for Art Lifetime Achievement Award and Distinguished Service to the Visual Arts Award. She was influenced by Allan Kaprow. She owns 251 Menlove Avenue.
She is also known as Ono Yōko, Ono Yoko, Ĭoko Ono, Ono, Yōko Ono and Yoko Ono Lennon.