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Jun Mitsuki




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Name: Jun Mitsuki
Kanji: 順 みつき
Current Troupe: n/a
Role: Otokoyaku
Status: Retired Top Star (1980-82 Double Top Star with Matsu Akira / 1983 Single Top Star)

Nickname: Mikkii
Real Name: Mitsuki Chieko (光木 千枝子)
Height: 162 cm
Birthday: March 4th, 1948
Blood Type:
Hometown: Osaka
Favorite Food: Japanese
Favorite Flower: Deep red roses
Favorite Colors: Blue, white, black
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Origin of Stage Name: From the phrase "smooth sailing" (順風満帆) and her real name.
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Debut: 1968 (54th Class) My Idol
Troupe History:
1980 - 1983 Flower Troupe
1976 - 1980 Moon Troupe
1974 - 1976 Star Troupe
1969 - 1974 Snow Troupe

Roles

1983: Beside the Foggy Elbe / Opera Tropical, Karl Schneider / Carmelio
1982: I Love Music II (Bow Hall)
1982: Estrelita / First Love (National Tour) (double lead role)
1982: Spring Dances / Arcadia Forever, Harry (double lead role)
1981: Estrelita / Jewelry Marchen, Giuliano Costa (double lead role)
1981: My Friend, Weep Your Hot Tears on My Breast / First Love, Franz / Hans (role switch with Matsu Akira)
1981: Takarazuka Spring Dance / Love Goblin / First Love (double lead role)
1981: Flowered Garment / The Spirit (Chunichi) (double lead role)
1980: Anatole (Bow Hall), Eglantine
1980: Flowered Robe / Plentiful Joy, Motonobu
1980: My Friend, Hot Tears on My Breast / The Spirit, Franz / Hans (role switch with Matsu Akira)
1980: Angelique / Masked Ball, Nicolas Merlot
1979: Valencian Passion / La Belle Takarazuka, Ramon
1979: The Chronicles of Shunshuu / La Belle Takarazuka, Jirou Nobuchika (lead role)
1979: Prince Hayabusawake's Rebellion / Love Message (National Tour), Yatsukaho
1978: Prince Hayabusawake's Rebellion / Love Message, Yatsukaho
1978: Festival Fantasy / My Lucky Chance, Mister Lucky 3
1977: Gone with the Wind, Scarlett
1976: Paper Making Love Song / Valencian Passion, Fujiichi / Ramon
1976: The Rose of Versailles III, Oscar (Tokyo only)
1975: Beautiful Blue Danube / That's Family, Johan (lead role)
1974: Scarlet Camellia, Blooming in the Snow / Funky Jump
1974: Bamboo / The Love Robbers (Shinjuku Koma), Mickino
1972: Melody of Falling Leaves / Nova Bossa Nova, Ryouta / Mar
1972: Town of Shooting Stars / June Bride, Genichi
1971: The Three Little Musketeers of Edo / Sunrise Again
1971: The Youth of Peter I / Nova Bossa Nova
1971: The Youth of Peter I / Joy!
1971: Crimson and White Plum Blossoms / Singer's Singer
1970: Snow Woman / Pollyanna's Smile
1970: Spring Again / Folies Takarasienne
1969: 7 -Seven- / Tanuki Goten

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1973: Cante Grande, Manolo (lead role)
1972: Melody of Falling Leaves, Jirou (lead role)
1972: Town of Shooting Stars, Father Zeno (lead role)
1971: The Three Little Musketeers of Edo, Touken Shinbee (lead role)
1971: The Youth of Peter I, Peter Ivanof
1971: Crimson and White Plum Blossoms, Soga Gorou (lead role)
1970: Pollyanna's Smile, Jimmy (lead role)
1970: Spring Again, Yogo

Concerts / Dinner Shows / Specials

2004: The Rose of Versailles 30
1997: Adieu Tokyo Takarazuka Theater
1993: Gone with the Wind Eve of Festivities
1983: 24th Mirror Ball -TMP Music Festival-
1980: I Love Music

After Takarazuka

2014: Celebration 100! Takarazuka Special Guest 26.05 / 28.05 / 30.06

Other

  • She was known as the Japanese Alain Delon.
  • Although she was double-top with Matsu Akira, she was busy with non-Takarazuka productions so they didn't share the stage very often.
  • The only Takarazuka Grand Theater production in which she had the lead role to herself as a top star was her sayonara performance in 1983.
  • After Takarazuka, she appeared in a production of Cabaret.
  • Passed away from stomach cancer on April 17, 2018.
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