Jou Kazuyo


Image Shiro Kazuyo 1953

Picture Credit: 1951 Otome | "New York Fantasia" program (1953)

Standard Profile Information

Name: Jou Kazuyo (formerly Jou Midori)[1]
Kanji: 城 一世 (formerly 城 美鳥)
Current Troupe:
Role: Otokoyaku
Status: Retired

Nickname: Yakko
Height: 162 cm
Birthday: Sept. 18th
Blood Type:
Hometown: Tokyo
Favorite Food:
Favorite Flower: carnation, large-flowered white chrysanthemum
Favorite Colors: light blue, white, dark brown
Special Talent:
Origin of Stage Name: Nakahara Junichi-sensei and Ashihara Kuniko-sensei thought of a name they liked for me (for Jou Midori).
Favorite Role:
Would Like to Try Playing:

Debut: 1949 (36th Class) Southern Grief
Troupe History:
YEAR - 1958 Star Troupe
1950 - YEAR Flower Troupe
1949 - 1950 Star Troupe


1958: White Globeflower / Flower Feast
1956: The Lion Dance / Little Women
1955: The Tale of Soga / The Lovers of Milano
1955: First Hawaii Tour
1953: The Dropped Gift / New York Fantasia (Imperial Theater)
1953: A Woman's Life (Nagoya), Kazuma
1952: The Tale of Genji / Broadway
1951: Jeanine / Kappa Festival (Nagoya)
1950: Montecarlo Wedding / Romeo and Juliet (Nagoya)

Shinjin Kouen Roles

YEAR: Name of Performance, Name of Role

Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances

YEAR: Name of Show


  • Name change between 1951-52.

  1. The 100th Anniversary Book and English-language page of "New York Fantasia" (1953) lists the pronunciation as "Jou Kazuyo" and "Jou Midori," but the 1951 Otome lists her name as "Shiro Midori."

Created by caithion. Last Modification: Saturday 06 of March, 2021 20:30:27 GMT-0000 by caithion.