Azuma Chiaki




Picture Credit: Caithion / GRAPH Apr. 1978

Standard Profile Information

Name: Azuma Chiaki
Kanji: 東 千晃
Current Troupe: n/a
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Retired Top Star (1976 - 1979, 1980 - 1982)

Nickname: Mecchi (from Mädchen and her real name)
Height: 158 cm
Birthday: Mar. 10th, 1953
Blood Type:
Hometown: Tokyo
Favorite Food: fruit, Japanese
Favorite Flower: rose
Favorite Colors: white, wine-colored, pink
Hobbies: travel, watching shows
Collections: scarves, accssories
Special Talent:
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Favorite Role:
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Debut: 1970 (56th Class) Takarazuka Expo '70: Flower of Takarazuka / Hello! Takarazuka
Troupe History:
1979 - 1982 Star Troupe
1976 - 1979 Snow Troupe
1971 - 1976 Star Troupe


1982: A Small Flower Has Bloomed / Fascination, Oritsu
1982: The Adventures of Papii from the Planet Mir / Fascination, Queen Anne
1981: The Samurai's Poem in the Rumbling of the Sea / Crescendo!, Juline
1981: Beautiful, Secret Seasons / New Fancy Game (National Tour), Otoha
1981: A Small Flower Has Bloomed / La Vie en Rose, Oritsu
1980: Beautiful, Secret Seasons / New Fancy Game, Otoha
1980: Hometown Flower Scrolls / Rose Fantasia (National Tour)
1980: My Song Resounds! -Beautiful, Secret Seasons- / Fancy Game, Otoha
1980: Adventurers in Love / Festa Festa, Olivia
1980: The Star Antares / Rose Fantasia (Chunichi), Eugénie Danglars / Alice
1980: The Star Antares / Rose Fantasia, Eugénie Danglars / Alice
1979: Lovers' Suicide (Bow Hall), Kamon Tayuu
1979: The Star Antares / Rose Panic, Eugénie Danglars / Alice
1979: The Spring Breeze's Invitation / Hello! Holiday, Gigi
1978: Johnny On the Hill / Sensation!, Suzie
1978: Gone with the Wind, Sue Ellen O'Hara
1977: Love Blooms Out on the Murasakino / The Revue, Nukata no Ookimi
1977: Nightingale Song of Spring / Manhattan Rag, Li YingLian
1976: Man of Starlight / Non, Non, Non, Omiyo
1976: The Rose of Versailles III (Grand Theater), Nathalie
1975: The Blue Danube / That's Family, Juliet
1975: Fairies in the Attic / My High Swing, Pure
1974-75: Brigadoon, Maggie Anderson
1974: Beautiful Young Warrior / Funny Feeling (National Tour)
1974: The Man From Algiers / Juju, Vivienne
1974: Purely, Righteously, Beautifully / Yu the Beautiful
1973: Ukifune and Kaoru-no-Kimi / Golden Sound
1973: For as Long as I Live / Arabesque (National Tour)
1973: This Boundless Love
1973: Ephemeral Flowers / La La Fantastique
1972-73: Beautiful Young Warrior / Arabesque
1972: Beautiful Japan / Wandering Youth
1972: Someday We'll Meet / Nova Bossa Nova
1972: Someday We'll Meet / Concerto of Love
1971: Don Jose I / Time Map (Moon)
1970: Hello! Takarazuka (Star)
1970: Takarazuka Expo '70: Flower of Takarazuka / Hello! Takarazuka (Moon)

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1976: Hoshikage no Hito, Tamayuu (musumeyaku lead), Someka
1976: The Rose of Versailles III
1975: The Blue Danube
1975: Fairies in the Attic, Glady Golden
1974: The Man From Algiers, Elisabeth Bollinger
1973: This Boundless Love, Charenka
1973: Ephemeral Flowers, Third Daughter
1972-73: Beautiful Young Warrior
1972: Wandering Youth, Ingrid
1972: Someday We'll Meet

Concerts / Dinner Shows

1997: Adieu Tokyo Takarazuka Theater


  • Although she began as an otokoyaku, she quickly changed to become a musumeyaku.
  • Member of the fourth group of Bambies (1970).
  • 3th image model of Ikeda Bank (November 1975 to March 1982), which later became Senshu Ikeda Bank due to a merger.

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