Sotoori Tsukiko



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Picture Credit: Zephy, Nova Bossa Nova Program / Otome 1977

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Name: Sotoori Tsukiko
Kanji: 衣通月子
Current Troupe: n/a
Role: Musumeyaku Star
Status: Retired

Nickname: Mamuro-chan, Shigeko-chan
Real Name: 真室 祐三子 (Mamuro Yumiko)
Height: 158 cm
Birthday: November 4, 1953
Blood Type:
Hometown: Izumiootsu, Osaka
Favorite Food: fruit
Favorite Flower: roses, violets
Favorite Colors: blue, white
Hobbies: reading
Collections: perfume, stuffed animals, stamps
Special Talent: Japanese dance
Origin of Stage Name: from Sotoori-hime and princess' lover prince Tsukigumo
Favorite Role: Kokachin-hime from Silk Road, Ukifune from Ukifune and Kaoru-no-Kimi, Cynthia from Fairies in the Attic and Rosalie from The Rose of Versailles
Would Like to Try Playing: Da Zi from the Emperor and the Witch

Debut: 1965 (51st Class) We Love Flowers
Troupe History:
1965 - 1977 Star Troupe


1977: Gone With the Wind, Belle Watling
1976-77: Gypsy of the Setting Sun / Happy Tomorrow, Teli
1976: The Rose of Versailles III, Rosalie
1975: The Blue Danube / That's Family, Olga
1975: Fairies in the Attic / My High Swing, Cynthia (musumeyaku lead)
1974-75: Brigadoon
1974: Beautiful Young Warrior / Funny Feeling (National Tour)
1974: Funky Jump (Snow - Special Guest)
1974: The Man From Algiers / Juju, Annabel
1974: Purely, Righteously, Beautifully / Yu the Beautiful, Tao Niang
1973: Ukifune and Kaoru-no-Kimi / Golden Sound, Ukifune
1973: For as Long as I Live / Arabesque (National Tour)
1973: This Boundless Love, Charenka
1973: Ephemeral Flowers / La La Fantastique, Second Daughter
1972-73: Beautiful Young Warrior / Arabesque, Rindou
1972: Kagura / The Flower (Snow/Star)
1972: Beautiful Japan / Wandering Youth, Ingrid
1972: Someday We'll Meet / Nova Bossa Nova
1972: Someday We'll Meet / Concerto of Love
1971: My Love Lies Over the Mountains / My Broadway, Soshun
1971: My Love Lies Over the Mountains / Concerto of Love, Soshun
1971: For as Long as I Live / Nova Bossa Nova, Takeno Yae / Bolo
1971: Meadow of Stars / Oh! Beautiful, Maki
1970: Gypsy Lord / Lovers, Sophie
1970: I am You / The Big One, Nini
1970: Decaying in Love / Hello! Takarazuka, Hanada
1970: Anju and Zushiou / C'est la Vie, Kikyou
1969: Anju and Zushiou / Takarazuka '69, Kikyou
1969: Evening Flute of Shiiba / C'est la Vie
1969: Te Quiero (Flower)
1969: Silk Road, Princess Kokatin (musumeyaku lead)
1969: 7 -Seven- / Tanuki Goten
1968: Princess Sen / 7 -Seven-, Umetsu
1968: Young Mate / Recalling the Andes
1968: Redhead from Amagasaki / Over the Rainbow
1967: Suirenshou / The Girl In the Dream / Ballade of Young People
1967: Farewell, My Youth / One World
1967: Unforgettable Song / Cheers to Takarasienne!
1966: Love Story of a Castle in the Foggy Night / Esquire Girls

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1971: Meadow of Stars, Okaiko (musumeyaku lead)
1970: I am You, Marigusa (musumeyaku lead)
1970: Decaying in Love
1970: Anju and Zushiou (Tokyo), Anju (musumeyaku lead)
1969: Anju and Zushiou (Grand)

Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances

YEAR: Name of Show


  • since retirement has worked on TV under the name Sotoori Mayumi (衣通 真由美)

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