Reika Haru


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Picture Credit: marie-isidore | Takarazuka VII Tsukigumi | I AM FROM AUSTRIA Shinjin Kouen Stage Photo

Standard Profile Information

Name: Reika Haru
Kanji: 礼華 はる
Current Troupe: Moon
Role: Otokoyaku
Status: Current

Nickname: Mii, Miyaharu
Height: 178 cm
Birthday: October 8th
Blood Type:
Hometown: Bunkyo, Tokyo
Favorite Food: Pumpkin, sesame, rice steamed with red beans
Favorite Flower: Fragrant olive
Favorite Colors: Turquoise blue, emerald green
Hobbies: Moving her body
Collections: Cosmetics, T-shirts
Special Talent: Violin
Origin of Stage Name: Her grandfather thought of it for her
Favorite Role:
Would Like to Try Playing: Wants to try many different roles

Debut: 2015 (101st Class) 1789: The Lovers of Bastille
Troupe History:
2015 - Current Moon Troupe


2021: Love at Dal Lake (Moon 2021)
2020-21: Welcome to Takarazuka / A Farce in Pigalle (Moon 2020-21), Pierre
2020: The Red and the Black (Misono-za), Baron de la Joumante
2019: I Am From Austria, Daniel
2019: Che Guevara (Nippon Seinenkan / Drama City), Luis Bergnes
2019: Unmatched in Dreams and Reality / Krung Thep -City of Angels-, Jirō, Child from Hōtengahara
2019: On the Town (Tokyo Int'l Forum), Waiter
2018: Elisabeth, Black Angel
2018: Singin' in the Rain (Akasaka ACT), Stage Hand
2018: Company / Baddy
2017: Arkadia (Bow Hall), Joss
2017: All for One
2017: Shigure Hill Road in Nagasaki / Carousel Rondo (Hakataza)
2017: Grand Hotel / Carousel Rondo, Doorman
2016: Nobunaga / Forever Love!!
2015-16: Manon / Golden Jazz
2015: A-EN (Bow Hall), Raymond
2015: 1789: The Lovers of Bastille

Shinjin Kouen Roles

2019: I Am From Austria, Richard Rattinger
2019: Unmatched in Dreams and Reality, Yoshioka Denshichirō
2018: Elisabeth, Elemer
2018: Company, Haseyama Souta
2017: All for One, Porthos
2017: Grand Hotel, Erik
2016: Nobunaga, Hasegawa Kyousuke
2015-16: Manon
2015: 1789: The Lovers of Bastille

Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances

2016: Bow Singing Workshop -Moon-


  • Announced on 04/24/2015: Reika Haru was absent from the Grand Theater run of 1789: The Lovers of Bastille due to illness.
  • Originally assigned the shinko lead for A Farce in Pigalle, before it was cancelled due to COVID-19.

Created by maki. Last Modification: Friday 30 of October, 2020 18:07:16 GMT-0000 by zaraphena.