Nachi Wataru



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Picture Credit: caithion / Sky Stage | Zephy Graph, October 1964

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Name: Nachi Wataru
Kanji: 那智 わたる
Current Troupe: n/a
Role: Otokoyaku
Status: Retired Star

Nickname: Maru
Height: 164 cm
Birthday: Oct. 20th, 1936
Blood Type:
Hometown: Osaka
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Origin of Stage Name: After Nachi Waterfall
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Debut: 1953 (40th Class) Spring Dance (Flowery Takarazuka)
Troupe History:
1965 - 1968 Senka (Stage)
1962 - 1965 Star Troupe
1961 - 1962 Moon Troupe
1958 - 1961 Star Troupe
1953 - 1958 Moon Troupe


1968: My Idol (Flower) (farewell show)
1967: Farewell My Youth (Star), Franz
1966: Fantasy in Japan / Fairies, Merchants of Dreams (Flower)
1966: Beauty from a Demon / Fairies, Merchants of Dreams (Flower)
1966: Love Story of a Castle in the Foggy Night / Esquire Girls (Star), Christian
1966: Japan Festival / Love Story of a Castle in the Foggy Night (Star), Christian
1965: Takarazuka Dance Picture Scroll / Invitation to the World (Paris Tour)
1965: Esquire Girls / Lucienne's Mirror
1965: We Love Flowers / Esquire Girls
1965: Bravo the Sun! / Lucienne's Mirror, Lucienne
1964: Houju / Revue of Revues
1964: Dancing Rhythm / Invitation to the Revue
1964: Factory of Rainbow Music Boxes / Red Flower of Tahiti, John McReady
1964: Shangrila, Tal Chin
1963: Music Box Factory of Rainbows / Cheers to the Sun, Suwa Ichirou
1963: Flower Poetry Anthology 1963
1963: Spring Evening Dream / Glorious Takarasiennes
1962: The Millionaire Takes a Wife / The Tale of Katyusha, Katyusha Maslova
1960: Yamabuki / Splendor of a Thousand Beats, Toshimitsu's Retainer
1960: Princess Kuroaza and the Charcoal Maker / Let Me Die In Your Arms, Bradley
1959: Chanson d’Amour / Yodogimi, dancer
1956: Hawaii Sakura Festival (2nd Hawaiian Tour)
1955: The Music Box Factory of Rainbow

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1960: Viva Pinocchio, Pinocchio (lead role)
1960: Let Me Die In Your Arms, Joe Mason (lead role)
1959: Love at Dal Lake (Tokyo), Princess Kamala (musumeyaku lead)
1959: Amore, Vittorio (lead role)
1959: Princess Kuroaza and the Charcoal Maker, Kogorou (lead role)
1958: Empress Kōmyō / Three Waltzes, Prince Nagaya / Octave (lead role)

Concerts / Dinner Shows

1997: Adieu Tokyo Takarazuka Theater

After Takarazuka

1973: Famous Music of Takarazuka / Parade Takarazuka (Flower - special appearance)


  • Married the politician Satou Bunsei, who passed away in 2000.

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