Kiyozuki Teru


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Name: Kiyozuki Teru
Kanji: 清月 輝
Current Troupe: n/a
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Retired (passed away while still a member of the Revue)

Nickname: Naa-chan
Real name: Koshikawa Nagako (越川長子)
Height: 161cm
Birthday: September 23rd, 1947
Death: August 12, 1970
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Hometown: Wakayama prefecture
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Debut: 1967 (53rd Class) One World
Troupe History:
1967 - 1970 Flower Troupe


1970: A Flame / Dream a Dream (Grand Theater), Dominique
1970: Forbidden First Love / Rhythm in Takarazuka
1970: Forbidden First Love / Eternal Cattleya
1969: Te Quiero / Symphonic Poem of Love
1969: Christmas in Midsummer / Symphonic Poem of Love
1969: The Bell-Ringer Yoshichi / Te Quiero, O-Sayo (lead female role)
1968-69: Red Flowers Fall in Menam / Hollywood Musical
1968: Red Flowers Fall in Menam / Sea Ballade
1968: The Flower Festival of Pilar / My Idol
1967: White Heron / Beneath the Brilliant Stars (Flower)

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1970: A Flame (Grand Theater)
1970: Forbidden First Love, O-Sono (musumeyaku lead)

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  • Was Kou Nishiki's partner for a time.
  • 1st image model of Ikeda Bank (November 1968 to October 1970), which later became Senshu Ikeda Bank due to a merger.
  • Rumored to be Taiwanese.
  • She was killed in a airplane crash on August 12th, 1970, while she was coming back to Japan from summer vacations in Taiwan. She was 22 years old.

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