Kumi Kyouko



Picture Credit: Caithion / The Takarazuka -85th Anniversary Video-

Standard Profile Information

Name: Kumi Kyouko (formerly Kuni Kyouko)
Kanji: 久美 京子 (formerly 九邇 京子)
Current Troupe:
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Retired Star

Nickname: Saa-chan
Real Name: Hagiwara Sadako (萩原 貞子); Maiden Name: Nakamura (中村)
Birthday: Nov. 13th, 1912
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Hometown: Osaka
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Origin of Stage Name: Originally from the "Kuni-kyo" poem of the "Manyoshuu;" it was deemed too close to the name of a branch of the imperial family ("Kuni-no-miya"), and then changed.
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Class: 1930 (20th Class)
Debut: (1931) Miss Saigon
Troupe History:
YEAR - 1940 Flower Troupe (Acting)
YEAR - YEAR Star Troupe
YEAR - YEAR Moon Troupe (Vocal)
YEAR - YEAR Snow Troupe
YEAR - YEAR Senka (Vocal)
YEAR - YEAR Flower Troupe
YEAR - YEAR Senka (Vocal)
1931 - YEAR Unknown


1939: The Moon Over the Ruined Castle / Takarazuka March / Benkei in a Boat / Kabuki Picture Scrolls
1939: Patriotic University Students / Legendary Beauties of Japan
1939: Memory Album / Peach Blossom Spring, Onatsu
1938-39: First European Tour
1938: Kanehira Junkokki / Three Waltzes, Castelli
1938: The Moon Over the Ruined Castle / Takarazuka Folies, Janet
1937: Gunsmoke / The Dragon Sword / Takarasienne, Célimène
1937: Cheerful Sendoff for Soldiers Going to the Front / Reizei Tamechika / Mt. Asama / Hawaii・New York, Jourou
1937: Prima Donna / Mr. Papa / Takarazuka Dance Almanac, Fanny
1935: Takara Sambaso / Yakko Dojoji / Hanashishu, monk / Anna Marianne
1935: Wedding Custody / Bow Maker / Marionette, Christine
1934: Tea Jar and Liquor Jar / Pardon Monsieur / Onatsu and the Mad Scene with the Straw Hat / Courage Song / Princess Turandot, Female Samurai / Pauline / Floria
1934: Glory to the Naval Standard / The Cat / Wild Violets, Julia
1934: L’Arlésienne / Presenting the Radish / Wiener Maedel, Louisa
1934: Takara Sambaso / Paris Apache / Lord Koubai / Hana Shishuu, Madam Dryer / Anna Marianne
1933: Kanaoka / Petit Sweets / Kanegafuchi / Hana Shishuu, Anna
1933: Princess Ochikubo / Jean’s Fan / Night Attack / The Girl from Berlin, Jean
1933: The Sword Thief / Music Lamenting the Passing of Spring / Paris ・ New York, maid
1933: Totsukawa Girl / The Lion Dance / Paris ・ New York, maid
1932: Hariti / Ro Akihiro / Bouquet d’Amour, Marinette
1932: Mt. Ashigara / The Maid / Tanabata Boat / Parisette, Josephine

Shinjin Kouen Roles

YEAR: Name of Performance, Name of Role

Concerts / Dinner Shows

YEAR: Name of Show


  • Her name change was part of a policy to remove the kanji for “sacred” words from stage names during WWII. "Kuni" was used in writing the name of Kuni-no-miya, a branch of the imperial house.
  • She retired to be married and moved with her husband to Chile because of his job, although the two later returned to Japan.
  • After the war she became an actress.
  • She passed away on Feb. 12th, 1980.

Created by caithion. Last Modification: Thursday 25 of March, 2021 20:03:06 GMT-0000 by caithion.