Yuka Miyuki



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Name: Yuka Miyuki
Kanji: 有花 みゆ紀
Current Troupe: n/a
Role: Musumeyaku
Status: Retired

Nickname: Yukko-chan
Birthday: April 12th
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Hometown: Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture
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Debut: 1969 (55th Class) Silk Road
Troupe History:
1970 - 1975 Flower Troupe


1975: The Rose of Versailles -Andre and Oscar-
1975: Spring Nightingale Song / Bon Balance (Fukuoka Sports Center)
1975: Lovers Who Dream / Bon Balance
1974-75: Sea and Sun and Fado / Un Deux Trois -Fantasia Takarazuka-
1974: Funky Jump (Snow - Special Guest)
1974: Yu the Beautiful / Golden Takarazuka 60, Tao Niang
1974: Yu the Beautiful, Tao Niang
1974: Lovely Miss Kichisa / Carnaval de Takarazuka, Yae
1973: Golden Sound (Star - special guest)
1973: This Boundless Love, Setona
1973: A Small Flower Has Bloomed / The Flower (National Tour)
1973: New Ephemeral Flowers / La La Fantastique
1973: Famous Music of Takarazuka / Parade Takarazuka, Girl
1972: Hama-Chidori / Pop News
1972: Amakusanada of the Flame / Pop News
1972: A Small Flower Has Bloomed / Sorrowful Nile, Mitsu
1972: Hama-Chidori / The Flower
1972: Sorrowful Nile / La Rondo
1971: A Small Flower Has Bloomed / Sicilian Sunset, Mitsu / Ninetta
1971: The Little Mermaid / Hama-Chidori
1971: Flowers are Falling, Falling / Joy!, Abe Douji
1970-71: Ougi Genji / Apollon
1970: A Flame / Dream a Dream
1970: Eternal Cattleya (Flower)

Shinjin Kouen Roles

1975: The Rose of Versailles -Andre and Oscar-
1974: Un Deux Trois -Fantasia Takarazuka-
1974: Yu the Beautiful
1973: This Boundless Love, Shizuka Gozen (musumeyaku lead)
1973: New Ephemeral Flowers, Wakasa (musumeyaku lead)
1972: Hama-Chidori, Mun
1972: Amakusanada of the Flame
1971: Sicilian Sunset, Princess Elena (musumeyaku lead)

Concerts, Dinner Shows, and Special Performances

YEAR: Name of Show


  • 2nd image model of Ikeda Bank (November 1970 - October 1975), which later became Senshu Ikeda Bank due to a merger.

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