Tsukushi Mari


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Picture Credit: Oh, Takarazuka 60th / 1951 Otome

Standard Profile Information

Name: Tsukushi Mari (formerly Sagara Tomoyo)
Kanji: 筑紫 まり (formerly 相良智代)
Current Troupe:
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Retired Star

Nickname: Jun-chan
Height: 154.5 cm
Birthday: June 7
Death: October 30, 1988
Blood Type:
Hometown: Hitoyoshi, Kyushu
Favorite Food: sweet things
Favorite Flower: cream-colored roses
Favorite Colors: sober red, pink
Hobbies: going to the theater, music, oil painting
Special Talent:
Origin of Stage Name: Because her hometown is Tsukushi in Kyushu, Mari as in "ten-thousand fields" (萬里)
Favorite Role:
Would Like to Try Playing: a musumeyaku role without singing, a tragedy

Class: 1946 (33rd Class, Group A)
Debut: (1946)
Troupe History:
1958 - 1959 Snow Troupe
YEAR - 1958 Senka (Vocal)
1946 - YEAR Moon Troupe


1958: Autumn Dance / Don't Play With Love, Sylvia
1958: Whale / Flower Feast, Shinobue
1958: The Sixth Earth / Returning to the White Arctic Night
1958: Tanuki Goten (Flower), Ayame
1957: Manhattan Tale (Moon)
1957: The Tale of Genji (Moon), Akashi-no-Ue
1957: Indian Love Call (Moon), Rosemary (musumeyaku lead)
1956: Indian Love Call (Moon)
1956: The Woman Who Will Never Return (Flower)
1956: Snow and Roses / The Tower of Otena (Snow), Snow Queen / Utae
1956: The Lion Dance / Little Women (Star)
1955: Pindorama (Land of the Palms) / The Scarlet Peafowl (Moon)
1955: Japanese Festivals and Folk Songs / Spider / Foster's Tale (Snow)
1954: The Japan We Love / Hurrah for All Human Beings (Snow - Imperial Theater), Statue of Liberty
1954: Annie Laurie / Spring Dance 1954 (Imperial Theater), Irene
1954: Momotaro (Flower - Imperial Theater), Queen of Land of Beauties
1953: Annie Laurie
1953: The Chronicle of Momotarou (Nagoya), Nyanko
1953: Son of Madame Butterfly (Imperial Theater), Balladeer
1952: Le Chevalier de Paris / Kaguya-Hime (Flower), Kaguya-Hime
1952: Broadway (Flower), Betty
1951: Yu the Beautiful, Hong Lin
1951: Rain
1951: Yakko Doujouji / Arabian Night (Nagoya), Monk
1950: Boogie-Woogie Hotel / In Your Heart Again (Nagoya), Flora / Manon
1949: Xiang Fei / Aloha 'Oe (Nagoya), Peza
1948: Tale of Venice (Tokyo), Jessica
1946: Carmen

Shinjin Kouen Roles

YEAR: Name of Performance, Name of Role

Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances

YEAR: Name of Show


  • Founded and sang at the Roppongi singing club "Mari"