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Ibaraki Douji / Young Guy!



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English Title: Ibaraki Douji / Young Guy!
Japanese Title: 茨木童子 / ヤング・ガイ!
Romanized Title: Ibaraki Douji / Yangu Gai!

Troupe: Moon
Year: 1970
Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, 01/01 - 02/04
Shinjin Kouen Performances: Takarazuka Grand Theater, 01/24

Ibaraki Douji:

Based On:
Author/Director: Ueda Shinji
Composer: Terada Takio
Choreographer: Nishikawa Koisaburou
Conductor (Takarazuka): Nomura Youji
Conductor (Tokyo): n/a

Young Guy!:

Based On:
Author/Director: Sakai Sumio
Composer: Irie Kaoru, Nakai Mitsuharu, Terada Takio, Yoshizaki Kenji
Choreographer: Oka Masami, Agata Youji, Yamada Taku, Shuri Misao
Conductor (Takarazuka): Hashimoto Kazuaki
Conductor (Tokyo): n/a
Shinjin Kouen Director:

Available on DVD: No
Available on Blu-Ray: No
DVD Scene/Music Cuts: n/a

Cast

RoleCast
Ibaraki DoujiAmatsu Otome
Watanabe no TsunaKasugano Yachiyo
SagentaMiyama Shigure
UmewakaKoshiro Miyako
KikuwakaSuga Harumi

Other Cast: Kouzuki Noboru (Senka - Young Guy! only), Megumi Sakae, Misaki Arisa, Koyanagi Hizuru, Miyuki Sachiko, Suma Nagisa, Sasa Junko, Yashioji Mari, Hiina Tomoko, Maruyama Midori, Yae Harumi, Oomi Ryuuko, Chigusa Mikage, Kawaji Masa, Mizu Hayami, Dai Takiko, Haruna Yuri, Shioji Asako, Machi Hikaru, Konoe Anzu, Suzaku Hiromi, Hanakouji Jun, Mizunose Akira, Kanou Yachiho, Kaya Makoto, Tsuki Juri, Sayo Natsumi, Jun Marika, Okitsu Masaki, Katsuki Mitsuyo, Maria Batista, Natsumi Youko, Asou Kaoru, Onozuki Hikaru, Aozono Utage, Houzuki Yayoi, Kozakura Maki, Aozono Utage, Takuma Minori, Mami Yuuko, Aoi Yuka, Urara Mika, Uraji Natsuko, Shinju Miharu, Komatsu Miho, Ikuyo Hikaru, Natsushiro Miki, Minou Yutaka, Ibuki Noboru, Saezuki Shou, Ryou Chinatsu, Misato Kei, Sekimori Chidori, Kumi Kaoru, Enatsu Jun, Chishiro Minoru, Kouji Natsuki, Miho Masaki, Akimiya Sayuri, Aki Terumi, Natsugusa Michiyo

Ken-1: Tachibana Satsuki, Kurenai Takako, Mikage Jun, Kazu Michiru, Yakumo Akemi, Himoto Kazumi, Nami Watari, Hiro Yutaka, Asaji Mariko, Mai Koyuki, Hijiri Maya, Kouki Mika, Suzu Reiko, Mizuno Ryou

Summary

WARNING!! MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!


Ibaraki Douji


A Japanese Dance theatrical show, set in Heian Era Kyoto, with Amatsu Otome in the lead.

Spring in the capital city of Kyoto, where the cherry blossoms have exploded into bloom.

Just then, a banquet unfolds with alcohol and snacks on a chest in which there lies the arm of a young demon which Watanabe no Tsuna cut off at the main gate shortly before.

Lately, demons have been making more frequent appearances, frightening humans with rope. Thereupon the elder ministers recommended that if the demons were going to behave in this way, they must be punished.

As soon as this was said, a mysterious cloud aprroaches, and the wind begins to howl....

From the smoke appears the young deomn whose arm had been cut off. This young demon had left Mount Ooe without his parents' permission, and now Ibaraki Douji was here to reclaim his missing arm.

Ibaraki Douji came to the residence, tied up the princess, let loose a curse, transformed himself into the princess and come into the mansion, but when he heard the talk of the rope he ran away immediately.

No matter whose form Ibaraki Douji took on to retrieve his arm after that, when he came near that particular rope he was revealed and fled. See how hard he was trying and how badly he failed, they felt sorry for Ibaraki Douji. They promised to return his arm if he swore never to act badly against humans again.

Overjoyed at the return of his arm, Ibaraki Douji goes home to Mount Ooe. Watanabe no Tsuna and the others escort him....



Young Guy!


As a new age approaches, young people wish for peace and a world full of flowers.

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