Ooji Michio




Picture Credit:Otome 1979

Standard Profile Information

Name: Ooji Michio
Kanji: 大路 三千緒
Current Troupe:
Role: Otokoyaku & Musumeyaku
Status: Retired (Kumichou)

Nickname: Micchan, Michiko-chan
Real Name: 神山美知子 (Kamiyama Michiko)
Height: 156 cm
Birthday: Feb. 21st, 1920
Blood Type:
Hometown: Tokyo
Favorite Food: Hors-d'œuvre, fruit
Favorite Flower: freesia, rose, orchid
Favorite Colors: white, wine-colored, pink, blue
Hobbies: travel
Special Talent:
Origin of Stage Name:
Favorite Role: Yasu from Haru Futatabi, Caesar from Cleopatra, Pilar from For Whom the Bell Tolls
Would Like to Try Playing:

Class: 1937 (27th Class)
Debut: (1939) Takarazuka Flower Tale
Troupe History:
1975 - 1980 Senka
1961 - 1975 Snow Troupe
1959 - 1961 Senka (Acting)
YEAR - 1959 Flower Troupe
YEAR - YEAR Flower Troupe (Acting)
1939 - YEAR Flower Troupe (Dance)


1980: Angelique / Masked Ball (Moon), Rochefort de Conde
1978: For Whom the Bell Tolls (Star), Pilar
1977: Gone With the Wind (Moon), Dr. Meade
1976: The Rose of Versailles III (Moon), Count of Mercy-Argenteau
1976: The Rose of Versailles (Star), Count of Mercy-Argenteau
1976: Paper Making Love Song / Valencian Passion (Moon), Hnazaemon / Celestina
1975: The Blue Danube / That's Family (Star), Johann Strauss Sr.
1975: Burning in Firenze / Bon Balance, Prince Balthazar
1975: Burning in Firenze / The Star -Goodbye Maho Shibuki-, Prince Balthazar
1974: Scarlet Camellia, Blooming in the Snow / Funky Jump
1974: Bamboo / Romance Romantique (National Tour)
1974: Oiran and Her Son / Inspiration (Moon), Kame
1974: Young Lion, Shake Your Mane / Inspiration
1974: Oiran and Her Son / Romance Romantique (Moon), Kame
1974: Bridegroom Contest / Romance Romantique, Kahoumono
1974: Bamboo / The Love Robbers (Shinjuku Koma), Michini
1973: Growing Up / The Love Robbers, Oshou / Street Cameraman
1973: Bamboo / Cante Grande, Paco
1973: Spring Again / Sunrise Again (Fukuoka Sports Center)
1973: Falling Cherry Blossoms / Rhapsody in Love, Kumehachi
1973: Chinese Milk Vetch / Rhapsody in Love, High Priest
1972: Melody of Falling Leaves / Nova Bossa Nova, Kakuzou / Mrs. Mel
1972: Kagura / The Flower (Snow/Star)
1972: Town of Shooting Stars / June Bride, Father Zeno
1972: Kagura / The Flower, chief shinto priest / caterpillar
1971-72: The Three Little Musketeers of Edo / Sunrise Again, Gokanya Zenbei
1971: The Youth of Peter I / Nova Bossa Nova, van Bed / Mrs. Mel
1971: The Youth of Peter I / Joy!, van Bed
1971: Crimson and White Plum Blossoms / Singer's Singer, Mother
1970: Snow Woman / Pollyanna's Smile, Genjii / Old Tom
1970: Spring Again, Yasu
1970: Flower of Takarazuka / Hello! Takarazuka
1970: Takarazuka Expo '70: Flower of Takarazuka / Hello! Takarazuka (Grand Theater)
1969: Carousel, Mrs. Mullin / Dr. Seldon
1968: Little One-Inch / Takarazuka '68, Emperor
1967: Oiran and Her Son / Xango, Kame
1967: Unforgettable Song / Cheers to Takarasienne!, Duchess Meldrum
1966: Indigo, White and Crimson
1965: The Narrow Road to the Deep North
1965: Yohi and Baihi / The Blue Suitcase, An aged boatman / Mitsu Ujigawa
1964: Red Flower of Tahiti / This is Takarazuka! (Shinjuku Koma Stadium), Jotefa
1963: Black Candles / Oiran and Her Son, Tsuru's mother
1962: South Japan / Carmen on the Caribbean, Petit
1961: South Japan / Disappearing Into the Desert, Paul Delrand
1960: Princess Kuroaza and the Charcoal Maker / Let Me Die In Your Arms (Star), Kinugasa / Ademar
1959: Chanson d’Amour / Yodogimi (Star), Shoeini
1958: High School Kids / Tanuki Goten, Mr. Chilton / Umekoji
1957: Takarazuka Odori Emaki / Merry Widow, Old Maid
1956: The Merry Lord / The Angel and the Bandit
1955: Kismet, Hajj
1953: A Woman's Life, Okane
1952: Le Chevalier de Paris / Kaguya-Hime, Musician / Old woman
1952: The Tale of Genji / Broadway, The Nun / Ben
1951: Jeanine / Kappa Festival (Nagoya), Susan Jackson / Samon / Prince Samon
1950: Young Heidelberg / Swing Rhapsody (Nagoya), Brook
1948: The Sword Thief / In Your Heart Again, Lisa
1946: The Rose of Granada / Takarazuka Folies / Autumn-Leaf Viewing (Nagoya), Gypsy Elder
1946: The Rose of Granada / Summer Dances, Gypsy Elder

Shinjin Kouen Roles

YEAR: Name of Performance, Name of Role

Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances

2004 New Tale of the Tanuki Palace and Gentleman Thief Sakurafubuki Tanuki Lord'
1997: Adieu Tokyo Takarazuka Theater


  • Kumichou of Flower Troupe 1951-52; kumichou of Snow Troupe 1961-75.
  • Her niece Ashibue Ruka and her sister Chiyo Kaoru were also Takarasiennes.
  • Awards: National Arts Festival Award (1958), Kikuta Kazuo Acting Award (1994).

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