Natsu Ayako



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Picture Credit: Oh, Takarazuka 60th / Sept. 1957 GRAPH

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Name: Natsu Ayako
Kanji: 夏 亜矢子
Current Troupe:
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Retired Star

Nickname: Naka-chan
Height: 158 cm
Birthday: January 21
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Hometown: Nagoya
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Debut: 1955 (42nd Class) Spring Dance
Troupe History:
1958 - 1964 Flower Troupe
1956 - 1958 Star Troupe


1964: Factory of Rainbow Music Boxes / Hogiuta / Fiesta Takarazuka
1964: Red Flower of Tahiti / This is Takarazuka! (Shinjuku Koma Stadium), Naiya (shared musumeyaku lead)
1963: Sand Dunes in the Setting Sun / Factory of Rainbow Music Boxes
1963: Irohanihoheto / Latin America
1962: The Emperor and the Witch, Daji
1962: Omine Drum / Sorrowful Paris, Alida
1962: The Emperor and the Witch
1961: Story of an Ephemeral World / Pony Lady
1960: Yuki-hime / Oui Oui Paris, O-Hana
1960: Children's Song Diary / Burning Glacier
1960: Awa Odori / Beneath the Sky of Tokyo
1960: The Fox and Rain and the Flower / Show Is On
1959: North American Tour
1958: Yodogimi / Children Among the Flowers

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1960: Burning Glacier, Mariya (musumeyaku lead)

Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances

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  • She was featured in several Takarazuka films of the late 50s.
  • Her sister-and-law is Miyoshino Kazuya (42nd Class) and her daughter is Natsu Mariko (72nd Class).

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