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English Title: Complete Devotion
Japanese Title: 殉情
Romanized Title: Junjou
Year: 1995, 1996
Performances: Bow Hall, 5/29 - 6/11 (1995); Nippon Seinenkan Hall, 1/31 - 2/6 (1996)
Based On: The Portrait of Shunkin by Tanizaki Junichirou
Author / Director: Ishida Masaya
Composer: Nishimura Kouji
Choreographer: Hanayagi Yoshijirou, Ai Erina
Available on DVD: No
|Sasuke (apprentice at the drugstore Mozu-ya)||Emao Yuu|
|Shunkin (second daughter of Mozu-ya; is blind)||Tsukikage Hitomi|
|Ritarou (prodigal son of the grain store Mino-ya)||Senju Hikaru|
|Harumatsu Kengyou (Shunkin's teacher)||Chitose Manabu|
|O-Ran (a geisha and disciple of Harumatsu Kengyou)||Tomo Maika|
|Yasuzaemon (Shunkin's father)||Ema Naoki|
|Shige (Shunkin's mother)||Izumo Aya|
|Ishibashi (a researcher of local history in Osaka)||Natsumi You|
|Mamoru (a young man in the modern day)||Kozuki Wataru|
|Yuriko (Mamoru's girlfriend)||Shiratori Yurie|
|Senkichi (apprentice at Mino-ya)||Takao Rio|
Others: Nozomi Kei, Namiji Haruka, Shinobu Murasaki, Oka Kazumi, Oohiro Ayumu, Akira Kazuki, Hara Miteki, Kahou Yurika, Kei Natsuki, Miyasu Ari, Tsukasa Yuuki, Hanasaki Rika, Akisono Mio, Kazaki Maya
WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!
Summary Information here.
- Junjou was revived for Emao Yuu's top star debut performance with Star Troupe in 2002.
- Ai Kagiri Naku, performed by Moon Troupe in 1982, is also based on A Portrait of Shunkin.
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