Shijou Hideko


Image Shijou Hideko 1954

Picture Credit: Caithion / 1951 Otome | "The Japan We Love / Hurrah for All Human Beings" program (1954)

Standard Profile Information

Name: Shijou Hideko
Kanji: 四條秀子
Current Troupe: n/a
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Retired

Nickname: Hatsue-chan
Real Name: Tsuda Hatsue (津田初榮)
Height: 155 cm
Birthday: Febuary 5th, 1925
Death: August 12th, 1986
Blood Type:
Hometown: Kyoto
Favorite Food: beef steaks, fruits, beans
Favorite Flower: gardenia
Favorite Colors: white
Hobbies: ikebana, watching movies
Collections: handkerchiefs
Special Talent:
Origin of Stage Name: Shijou is from Shijou street in Kyoto, Hideko is from her father's name.
Favorite Role: Karen from Stage Land
Would Like to Try Playing: Giselle; Aurora from The Beauty of the Sleeping Forest

Class: 1938 (28th Class, Group B)
Debut: (1940) A Poetry Anthology of the World
Troupe History:
Troupe History:
YEAR - 1970 Dance Senka
1950 - YEAR Senka
YEAR - 1950 Moon Troupe
1940 - YEAR Moon Troupe (Dance)


1970: Takarazuka Expo '70: Flower of Takarazuka / Hello! Takarazuka (Snow)
1970: Even Those Bright in Color / Love Parade (Snow)
1969: Te Quiero (Flower)
1968: The Flower Festival of Pilar / My Idol (Flower), Heart of Mother
1966: Fantasia (Moon)
1966: Four Seasons of Japan (Moon)
1965: Takarazuka Odori Emaki
1965: Bravo the Sun! (Star)
1964: Revue of Revues (Senka / Flower / Snow)
1964: Rainbow-colored Tungsten (Snow)
1963: The Rainbow Music Box Factory / Invitation to the Revue (Moon/Star)
1960: Yuki-hime / Oui Oui Paris (Moon)
1960: Yamabuki / Splendor of a Thousand Beats (Star), dancer
1959: Chanson d’Amour / Yodogimi (Star), Dancer
1959: Chanson D'Amour (Star)
1957: An Improvisatore / Mon Paris (Snow)
1954: The Japan We Love / Hurrah for All Human Beings (Snow - Imperial Theater)
1953: Coppelia (Star)
1953: Our Love (Snow)
1953: Son of Madame Butterfly (Snow - Imperial Theater / Nagoya), Dancing Girl
1953: Three Parades (Snow)
1953: The Horn of Aragon (Snow)
1952: The Tale of Genji / Broadway (Flower), Top Hat Dancer
1951: Four Fantasias / Elegy of a White Flower (Snow - Nagoya), Ballerina
1950: Blue in the Night
1950: Stage Land
1950: Boogie-Woogie Hotel / In Your Heart Again (Nagoya), Annie
1949: Xiang Fei / Aloha 'Oe (Nagoya)
1947: Puppet Ship / The Tale of Ali Baba, woman
1945: Hold On, Tarou the Weakling!
1940: Songs of the World

Shinjin Kouen Roles

YEAR: Name of Performance, Name of Role

Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances

YEAR: Name of Show


  • After retirement, went on teaching ballet in TMS.
  • Shirai Tetsuzou called her "the first ballerina to spread Japanese ballet all over the world".

Created by mitsuesan. Last Modification: Monday 28 of August, 2023 01:31:46 GMT-0000 by caithion.