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Hatsukaze Jun


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Picture Credit: princesslucia / GRAPH August 1976


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Name: Hatsukaze Jun
Kanji: 初風 諄
Current Troupe: Retired
Role: Otokoyaku → Musumeyaku
Status: Retired Top Star

Nickname: Kan-chan
Real Name: 松野誠子 (Matsuno Seiko) (Her maiden name was Kanno 菅野)
Height: 160 cm
Birthday: 11 September 1941
Blood Type: 0
Hometown: Tokyo
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Debut: 1961 (47th Class) Spring Dance
Troupe History:
1970 - 1976 Moon Troupe
1967 - 1970 Star Troupe
1963 - 1967 Moon Troupe
1962 - 1963 Snow Troupe

Roles

1976: The Rose of Versailles III, Marie-Antoinette (musumeyaku lead)
1976: The Rose of Versailles III (Star), Marie-Antoinette (musumeyaku lead)
1975: Spring Takarazuka Dance / L'Amour a Paris, Sarah Bernhardt (musumeyaku lead)
1975: Spring Nightingale Song / Loving You, Wakana (musumeyaku lead)
1974: The Rose of Versailles, Marie-Antoinette (musumeyaku lead)
1974: Oiran and Her Son / Inspiration, Tsuru (musumeyaku lead)
1974: Pale Dawn / Romance Romantique (Moon 1974), Onobu (musumeyaku lead)
1973: Autumn Takarazuka Dance / If... Goodbye, Koshiro Miyako
1973: Near Deeply Foggy Elbe / Funny Feeling, Margaret Schlack (musumeyaku lead)
1973: Drum, Resound to the Sky! / Rhapsody of Love
1972: The Myrtle Flower -Clara Schumann's Love- / Shining Now!
1972: Blue Lake / Grand Soleil -Sunflower-, Asutana (musumeyaku lead)
1972: Farewell, Madeleine / Hallelujah, Madeleine (musumeyaku lead)
1972: Farewell, Madeleine / La Rondo, Madeleine (musumeyaku lead)
1971: Gold Hill / Hallelujiah
1971: The River Shines / The Mermaid Princess -A Tale of Love and Souls-, Mermaid Princess Louise (musumeyaku lead)
1971: Rhapsody / Time Map, Emilia (musumeyaku lead)
1971: Don Jose I / Time Map, Carmen (musumeyaku lead)
1970: I Am You / The Big One, Marigusa (musumeyaku lead)
1970: Decaying in Love / Hello! Takarazuka, Tamayura (musumeyaku lead)
1970: Takarazuka Expo '70 Four Seasons in Dance / Hello! Takarazuka
1970: Anju and Zushiou / C'est la Vie, Anju (musumeyaku lead)
1969: Anju and Zushiou / Takarazuka '69, Anju (musumeyaku lead)
1969: Evening Flute of Shiiba / C'est la Vie, Princess Tsurutomi (musumeyaku lead)
1969: Silk Road, Burute
1969: 7 -Seven- / Tanuki Goten, Yamabuki
1968: Princess Sen / 7 -Seven-, Princess Sen (musumeyaku lead)
1968: Young Mate / Recalling the Andes, Frieda (musumeyaku lead)
1968: Redheaded Amakko / Over the Rainbow
1967: Oklahoma!, Laurey (musumeyaku lead)
1967: Heey, Harukaze-san / Near Deeply Foggy Elbe, Angelica
1966: Lorelei / Love Goblin / Eternal Susan
1966: The Melancholy Wife / Rainbow Takarazuka, Dorie
1965: Poetry Contest (Meiji Version) / The Queen of Spades
1965: Takarazuka Dance Picture Scroll / Invitation to the World (Paris Tour)
1965: Kakyougaku / Bon Bien Paris
1963: A September Evening Fantasia / A Lonely Honeymoon
1963: Trumpet Orpheus / Like the Burning Wings of a Phoenix
1962: Islands of Fire / Brilliant Holiday (Snow), Queen Patricia (musumeyaku lead)

Concerts / Dinner Shows / Special Performances


After Takarazuka

2019: The Rose of Versailles 45 (OG Performance)
2014: Celebration 100! Takarazuka Special Cast A
2013: Dream, a Dream: Takarazuka WAY TO 100th ANNIVERSARY FINAL
2012: Elizabeth Special Gala Concert (2012)
2011: Melodies of Love~Dreams of Remembrance
2011: DREAM TRAIL ~Takarazuka Legends~ (OG Performance)
2010: Terada Takio Memorial Concert
2009: The Road to 100 Years - Kageki 1000th Issue Commemoration Special
2008-09: Elisabeth, Sophie
2008: The Wedding Singer
2007: TAKARAZUKA BOYS (also in 2008, 2010 and 2013)
2006: Dream Memorandum
2001: Berusaiyu no Bara Memorandum
1997: Adieu Tokyo Takarazuka Theater

Other

  • She began as an otokoyaku because of her height, and then switched to being a musumeyaku in her first year.
  • Was the lead musumeyaku of Star Troupe in 1967-70 and of Moon Troupe in 1971-75. But there was no official naming of this position as "top star" at this time, and in the broadcast about The Rose of Versailles III she was called "the prima donna of Takarazuka".
  • After the Third European Tour she played Marie-Antoinette for the second time with Star Troupe and immediately afterward left Takarazuka to get married.
  • When she played Sophie in the Toho production of Elisabeth (with Ichiro Maki as Elisabeth) in 2000, it was her first stage role in 24 years.
  • She is the namesake of Hatsukaze Midori, the niece of her close friend Minou Yutaka.
  • Тhe Russian poetess Larisa Rubalskaya, who was the guide and translator of 'Zuka actresses in the USSR, mentioned Hatsukaze Jun in her memoirs, including the meeting with her in Tokyo thirty years after the Soviet tour.

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