Asakura Michiko


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Picture Credit: Caithion / 1980 Anniversary Book / Oct. 1949 GRAPH

Standard Profile Information

Name: Asakura Michiko (formerly Asakura Itoko)
Kanji: 朝倉 道子 (formerly 朝倉 糸子)
Current Troupe:
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Retired Star

Nickname: Aki-chan, Oka-chan
Real Name: Oka Akiko (岡昭子)
Height: 157.5 cm
Birthday: Jan. 27th
Blood Type:
Hometown: Kouchi City, Kouchi
Favorite Food: cake, chocolate
Favorite Flower: cream-colored roses
Favorite Colors: white, pink
Hobbies: going to shows
Special Talent:
Origin of Stage Name: She lived near Asakura in Kouchi.
Favorite Role:
Would Like to Try Playing: An onnayaku role in a nihonmono

Debut: 1942 (30th Class) Children of the Sun
Troupe History:
1951 - 1956 Moon Troupe
YEAR - 1951 Snow Troupe
1943 - YEAR Snow Troupe (Western Dance)


1955: The Battles of Coxinga
1954: Elegy of Autumn / Broadway Cinderella, Cindy (musumeyaku lead)
1954: Soccer Roller / The Younger Days of Hanasaka Jijii
1954: Annie Laurie / Spring Dance 1954 (Imperial Theater), Helen (musumeyaku lead)
1954: Prince Igor / Okawabata / Vienna in the Dusk
1953: The Chronicle of Momotarou (Nagoya), Kijiko / Midori
1953: One Night in Havana / Buaku / Annie Laurie
1952: Occidental Secret Medicine / Jewels and Robber, Samon's Wife / Princess Apreza
1952: Turandot, Anzela
1952: The Tale of Genji / Broadway (Flower), Yuugao
1951: Yu the Beautiful, Tao Niang
1951: Four Fantasias / Elegy of a White Flower (Nagoya), Audrey
1951: Under the Southern Cross, Fanta
1950: Hanago / The Lion Dance / The Tales of Hoffmann (Nagoya), Servant 2 / Butterfly / Olympia
1949: Takayama Ukon / Nostalgic Arizona
1949: Wang Zhaojun / Spring Dance
1948: Book of Night Cranes / Aloha 'Oe, Ruth
1948: Yaji & Kita’s Travel Journal / Two Faces, Jenny
1947: Sanza and Okuni / A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hermia
1946: Essence / Madame Butterfly (Nagoya), Sylvie / maiko

Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances

YEAR: Name of Show


  • Fukukumichou of Moon Troupe (1952-53).
  • She was in at least one Toho film during her time in Takarazuka: Koikaze Kaidou (恋風街道) (1954).

Created by caithion. Last Modification: Friday 05 of March, 2021 00:34:48 GMT-0000 by caithion.