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Kamo Sakura


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Picture Credit: Zephy / The Little Mermaid Program, Graph November 1964


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Name: Kamo Sakura
Kanji: 加茂 さくら
Current Troupe:
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Retired Star

Nickname: Teru-chan
Real Name: 大谷照子 (Ootani Teruko)
Height: 160 cm
Birthday: July 16th, 1937
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Hometown: Tokyo
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Special Talent: singing
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Debut: 1955 (42nd Class) Spring Dance
Troupe History:
1968 - 1971 Senka (Vocal)
1966 - 1968 Snow Troupe
1965 - 1966 Senka (Vocal)
1961 - 1965 Snow Troupe
1959 - 1961 Moon Troupe
1956 - 1959 Flower Troupe

Roles

1971: The Little Mermaid (Moon), Princess Henrietta
1969: Festival / Hamlet
1968: Tristan and Isolde / Love and Dream and Party, Isolde
1968: Touka's Banquet / Xango
1967: Oiran and Her Son / Xango, Tsuru
1967: Unforgettable Song / Cheers for Takarasienne!, Melva
1966: Sand Dune / For the Sake of My Lament
1966: Japan Dance Picture Scrolls / Rainbow Takarazuka (Fourth Hawaiian Tour)
1966: Japan Festival / Love Story of a Castle in the Foggy Night
1965: Yoritomo of Izu / Golden Shadow, Catharine
1965: Yohi and Baihi / The Blue Suitcase, Haien / Hanako Suma
1964: Sasashirou's Flute / Angkor Wat
1964: Rainbow-Colored Tungsten / The Hometown Story of Flowers
1964: Red Flower of Tahiti / This is Takarazuka! (Shinjuku Koma Stadium), Naiya (shared musumeyaku lead)
1963: The Songs of White Angels / Cleopatra
1963: The Songs of White Angels / Like the Burning Wings of a Phoenix, Juline
1963: Summer / The Vacation of Youth
1963: Highway Blues / Like the Burning Wings of a Phoenix
1963: Black Candles / Oiran and Her Son, Tsuru
1962: South Japan / Carmen on the Caribbean, Carmen
1961: South Japan / Disappearing Into the Desert, Gaby Durand
1961: Country of Smiles / Show is ON, Lisa
1960: A Love Which Blooms With Orange Blossoms / Land of Smiles, Lisa
1960: Yuki-hime / Oui Oui Paris
1959: North American Tour
1957: Takarazuka Odori Emaki / Merry Widow, Singer

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1958: Three Waltzes (Flower), Fannie (musumeyaku lead)

Concerts / Dinner Shows / Special Performances

1997: Adieu Tokyo Takarazuka Theater
1967: New York Special Performance

After Takarazuka

2014: Celebration 100! TakarazukaSpecial Guest 18.05 / 19.05
1973: Famous Music of Takarazuka / Parade Takarazuka (Flower - special appearance)

Other

  • After retiring from Takarazuka, she worked in television.
  • Kamo Sumire is her sister.


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