Katase Chiho




Picture Credit: 1972 otome

Standard Profile Information

Name: Katase Chiho
Kanji: 片瀬 千帆
Role: Otokoyaku
Status: Retired

Nickname: Yacchan, Emi
Height: 164cm
Birthday: November 23rd
Hometown: Tokyo, Meguro-ku
Favorite Food: Edo-style sushi, okaki
Favorite Flower: Violet
Favorite Colors: White, blue, amber, pink
Hobbies: Playing with animals, trying food at various restaurants
Collections: Records, stage accessories
Origin of Stage Name: From an old book
Would Like to Try Playing: A role that makes the audience feel connected to the stage

Debut: 1968 (54th Class) My Idol
Troupe History:
1969 - 1974 Snow


1974: Bamboo / Romance Romantique (National Tour) †
1974: Young Lion, Shake Your Mane / Inspiration (Grand Theater)
1974: Bridegroom Contest / Romance Romantique
1974: Bamboo / The Love Robbers
1973: Growing Up / The Love Robbers
1973: Bamboo / Cante Grande
1973: Spring Again / Sunrise Again (Fukuoka Sports Center)
1973: Falling Cherry Blossoms / Rhapsody in Love
1973: Chinese Milk Vetch / Rhapsody in Love, Ryuu
1972: Melody of Falling Leaves / Nova Bossa Nova
1972: Kagura / The Flower (Snow/Star)
1972: Town of Shooting Stars / June Bride
1972: Kagura / The Flower
1971-72: The Three Little Musketeers of Edo / Sunrise Again
1971: The Youth of Peter I / Nova Bossa Nova
1971: The Youth of Peter I / Joy!
1970: Snow Woman / Pollyanna's Smile, Robert
1970: Spring Again / Folies Takarasienne
1970: Takarazuka Expo '70: Flower of Takarazuka / Hello! Takarazuka (Grand Theater)
1969: Noto Love Song / Love Parade
1968: Tristan and Isolde / Love and Dream and Party (Snow)

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1974: Young Lion, Shake Your Mane
1973: Growing Up
1973: Cante Grande
1972: Melody of Falling Leaves
1972: Town of Shooting Stars
1972: The Flower (Snow/Star)
1971-72: Three Little Musketeers of Edo
1969: Love Parade

Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances

YEAR: Name of Show


  • Attended Toyo Eiwa Jogakuin, a Christian-based English immersion school
  • † Although listed as appearing in the October tour on the show poster, she is listed as retiring in July in the 100th anniversary book.