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Matsumoto Yuri


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Name: Matsumoto Yuri
Kanji: 松本悠里
Current Troupe: Senka
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Current

Nickname: Mieko
Height: 159cm
Birthday: 19 September
Blood Type:
Hometown: Kamakura, although she grew up in Kobe
Favorite Food: Ice-cream and fruit
Favorite Flower: Violets, marguerites
Favorite Colors: Pink
Hobbies: Traveling, watching Japanese films
Collections:
Special Talent: Traditional Japanese dance
Origin of Stage Name: It is derived from her name as a dancer.
Favorite Role: Jiuta-mai from Flower of Paris - Takarazuka, Someka in Hoshikage no Hito, O-yuki Morgan in Yoake no Jokyoku, Izumo no Okuni in Hanakosode
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Debut: 1957 Haru no Odori
Troupe History:
1974 - Current Senka
1957 - 1974 Snow Troupe

Roles

2016-17: Snowflake Anthology (Flower)
2014: Takarazuka Dance (Moon - Hakataza)
2014: Takarazuka Dance (Moon)
2013: Takarazuka Japonisme (Star - Chunichi / Taiwan Tour)
2012-13: Takarazuka Japonisme (Star)
2010: Takarazuka Hana no Odori Emaki (Star)
2009: Nishiki-e of the Wind (Snow)
2007: Sakura (Star)
2005: Shigure Hill Road in Nagasaki (Star)
2004: Endless Flight (Flower)
2003: Takarazuka Flower Diaries (Moon)
2001: Ima Sumire Hana Saku (Moon)
1999: Yoake no Jokyoku (Flower), O-yuki Morgan
1996: Hana wa Hana Nari (Flower)
1995: A Map Without Borders (Star), Celestial Maiden of the Arts
1993: Kasenshou (Moon)
1993: Houjushou (Star)
1992: Dance Festival (Flower)
1991: Kagenshou (Snow)
1989: Haru no Odori (Star)
1988: Takarazuka Dance Festival ‘88 (Flower)
1987: The Revuescope (Flower)
1987: Takarazuka Dance Eulogy (Snow)
1986: Revue Symphony (Star), O-ryo
1984: Prayer Mandala (Star)
1982: Yoake no Jokyoku (Flower), O-yuki Morgan
1982: Haru no Odori (Flower)
1981: The Samurai’s Poem in the Rumbling of the Sea (Star), O-kou
1981: Takarazuka Haru no Odori (Flower)
1981: Flowered Garment (Flower - Chunichi Theatre), Izumo no Okuni
1980: Flowered Garment (Flower), Izumo no Okuni
1979: The Midnight Sun, My Love (Star), Kimika
1978: Festival Fantasy (Moon)
1977: Treasured Dance Collection (Flower)
1977: Hoshikage no Hito (Snow - National Tour, Fukuoka only), Someka
1976: Hoshikage no Hito (Snow), Someka
1975: Haru no Takarazuka Odori (Moon)
1974: Bamboo (Shinjuku Koma)
1973: Famous Music of Takarazuka
1971: Crimson and White Plum Blossoms
1970: Snow Woman / Pollyanna’s Smile
1970: Flower of Takarazuka / Hello! Takarazuka
1970: Even Those Bright In Colour / Love Parade
1969: Festival / Hamlet
1968: Tristan and Isolde, Queen of Ireland
1967: Oiran and Her Son / Xango, Tayuu Hagi
1967: Otemoyan / One World
1965: Flower of Paris - Takarazuka
1957: Sokkyoushijin / Mon Paris
1957: Haru no Odori

Concerts / Dinner Shows / Special Performances
2017: 54th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2015: 53rd Takarazuka Buyoukai
2013: 52nd Takarazuka Buyoukai
2011: 51st Takarazuka Buyoukai
2011: Melodies of Love~Dreams of Remembrance
2009: 50th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2008: Takarazuka Special 2008 - La Festa!
2008: 49th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2007: 48th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2007: Pure, Proper, Beautiful
2006: Dream Memorandum
2006: 47th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2005: Hana no Michi ~ Yume no Michi ~ Towa no Michi
2005: 46th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2004: 45th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2004: 90th Anniversary Sports Festival
2003: 44th Takarazuka Buyoukai
2002: 43rd Takarazuka Buyoukai
2001: 42nd Takarazuka Buyoukai
2000: 41st Takarazuka Buyoukai
2000: TCA Special 2000 - King of Revue
2000: Takarazuka: Snow, Moon, Flower / Sunrise Takarazuka (Berlin)
1999: Second Bow Hall Recital
1999: 40th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1998: 39th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1998: Mugen Houjushou (Hong Kong)
1997: Revue Special ‘97
1997: Takarazuka Forever
1997: 38th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1996: 37th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1996: ‘96 TCA Special - Melodies and Memories
1995: 36th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1994: 35th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1994: Yume o kaite hanayaka ni ~80th Anniversary Performance~
1994: Kasenshou (London)
1993: 34th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1992: 33rd Takarazuka Buyoukai
1992: Adieu Takarazuka Daigekijou
1991: 32nd Takarazuka Buyoukai
1990: 31st Takarazuka Buyoukai
1990: First Bow Hall Recital
1989: Takarazuka Dance Eulogy (New York)
1989: Okinaitsu ni sasageru yuu e
1988: 30th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1987: 29th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1986: 28th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1985: 27th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1985: Japan Fantasy (Hawaii)
1983: 25th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1982: 24th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1981: 23rd Takarazuka Buyoukai
1979: 21st Takarazuka Buyoukai
1978: The Takarazuka (Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Sao Paolo)
1976: 20th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1975: Fantasy Takarazuka (Vilnius, Kaunas, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Kiev, Paris)
1968: 11th Takarazuka Buyoukai
1965: Takarazuka Odori Emaki (Paris)

Other

  • She was born in Kamakura and, with her mother and elder sister, moved to Kobe after her father passed away when she was still a small child.
  • In accordance with her late father’s wishes, she began to study Japanese dance when she was five years old, and received her name as a master of the Matsumoto style of court dance when she was in junior high school.
  • She graduated from Kobe Shoin Girls’ Academy before passing the Takarazuka Music School’s nihonmono exam (which has since been discontinued). Her music school class was the last to graduate from the accelerated one-year program instituted after the Second World War.
  • She was appointed to the Takarazuka Revue Company’s Board of Directors on 24 November 1989.
  • She represented Takarazuka at the International Rotary annual convention on 23 March 1984 at the Hotel Plaza in Osaka, Hokushin Kyuko Railway Company opening ceremony on 23 October 1984, the Umeda Koma Stadium 30th Anniversary Ceremony at the Shin Hankyu Hotel in Osaka on 11 December 1986, at the 439th Mitsukoshi Meijinkai at the Mitsukoshi Theatre in Nihombashi on 29 April 1988, at the Osaka Umeda Higashi Rotary Club charter meeting at the Shin Hankyu Hotel on 2 March 1989, the International Soroptimist Convention at the Hotel New Otani in Osaka on 12 May 1989, the opening ceremony of the Palace Hotel in Guam on 17 April 1991, and she was a judge of the final round of the Flower Princess contest at the Hyogo Prefecture Flower Centre on 29 April 1991.
  • At some point in the past, she made a guest appearance in Toho Kabuki.
  • In 2001, she and Kasugano Yachiyo both received the Kikuta Kazuo Award in recognition of their contribution to the Japanese dance of the Takarazuka Revue.
  • She speaks a tiny bit of English.
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