PERFORMANCE INFO

Takarazuka Grand Theater

Takarazuka Grand Theater(HYOGO)
Mar.15-Apr.15 2019
Grand Stage

"MUGEN-MUSOU:Adapted from the novel "Miyamoto Musashi" by Eiji Yoshikawa"

Written and directed by Yoshimasa Saito Revue Exotica

"Krung Thep, The City of Angels"

Written and directed by Daisuke Fujii On sale from: February 16, 2019, at 10:00 AM(JST) - Price SS Seat : 12,000 / S Seat : 8,300 / A Seat : 5,500 / B Seat : 3,500
Unit: Japanese Yen (tax included)

Story

"MUGEN-MUSOU:Adapted from the novel "Miyamoto Musashi" by Eiji Yoshikawa"

Our story begins around the beginning of the Tokugawa clan's dominion over Japan, following their decisive victory at the Battle of Sekigahara. Shinmen Takezo, born in Miyamoto, a village in the Sakushu region, was a ferocious young man who sought to become the greatest swordsman in Heaven and on Earth. However, a monk by the name of Takuan worried about where Takezo's path would take him as a bloodletting swordsman too confident in his own strength. After learning from the monk another way, the young man changed his name to Miyamoto Musashi and embarked upon a journey of spiritual and physical improvement.

Thus began Musashi's travels, marked by much hardship, on the way to becoming an unmatched warrior. He met many people and grew into both a greater swordsman and a better man. Otsu, Musashi's childhood sweetheart back in his home village, yearned for him and followed his trail. Musashi also longed for Otsu, but he held his wavering heart's feelings in check, as he could not return her love at this time when he was pursuing a higher level of swordsmanship.

It is also around this time that another talented swordsman, Sasaki Kojiro, was making his name known far and wide among the common people. The fates of these two warriors is deeply intertwined, and it will lead eventually to their fateful showdown.
What did Musashi see awaiting him after making his dream of becoming the unbeatable warrior a reality?

"Krung Thep, The City of Angels"

Thailand is a country cloaked in an air of the mystic Orient. Its capital city, Bangkok, is known by the Thai people as Krung Thep, meaning "The City of Angels." On a stage representing a southern paradise envelope surrounded by azure seas and colorful flowers, Ryo Tamaki leads the presentation of an exotic revue that brings out the allure of the Moon Troupe in new ways.

Main cast

"MUGEN-MUSOU:Adapted from the novel "Miyamoto Musashi" by Eiji Yoshikawa"

Miyamoto Musashi:

Ryo Tamaki

Otsu:

Sakura Misono

Sasaki Kojiro:

Rurika Miya

Takuan Soho:

Ru Kozuki

Osugi:

Miyako Kagetsu

Yagyu Sekishusai Muneyoshi:

Reona Hibiki

Masa:

Kurea Remi

Shinmen Munisai:

Yuriya Shimon

Oko:

Sachika Shirayuki

Honami Koetsu:

Karan Chinami

Musashi (as a young boy):

Ran Kosaki

Gion Toji:

Yuma Kizuki

Ogin:

Yuki Kaede

Izumo no Okuni:

Aki Harune

Honiden Matahachi:

Kanato Tsukishiro

Fuchikawa Gonroku:

Yu Harumi

Yoshioka Denshichiro:

Rune Yumena

Akemi:

Toki Kanoha

Yae:

Ai Sakurana

Tsujikaze Temma:

Yuto Hayaki

Ueda Ryohei:

Tsukasa Ren

Yoshino Tayu:

Mitsuki Umino

Shoda Kizaemon:

Aoi Kashiro

Kimura Sukekuro:

Makoto Asagiri

Matahachi (as a young boy):

Mirei Himesaki

Yoshioka Seijuro:

Chisei Akatsuki

Otsu (as a young girl):

Senri Urara

Nikkan:

Mahiro Suo

Sanjuro:

Seiya Otokaze

Iori:

Ran Kiyoka

Agon:

Seren Soma

Murata Yozo:

Kaoto Hanabusa

Aoki Tanzaemon:

Tsubasa Asahi

Girl living in Hotengahara village:

Arisa Hiumi

Debuchi Magobei:

Naoki Ran

Tsujikaze Kohei (Shishido Baiken):

Yuno Kazama

Boy living in Miyamoto village / Girl:

Yuki Momoka

Boy living in Miyamoto village / Girl:

Kiki Natsukaze

Kusanagi Tenki:

Yu Sorashiro

Kamuro:

Rin Hisumi

Kocha / White crow:

Juri Amashi

Taro / Boy living in Hotengahara village:

Sena Ayaoto

Jotaro:

Karen Yui

Jiro / Boy living in Hotengahara village:

Haru Reika

Villain:

Natsuho Komi

Ohana:

Ruria Amana

Otsuki:

Ari Nanano

Villain:

Keito Ranze

Samurai from Hosokawa Domain:

Ayato Hiragi

Boy living in Miyamoto village:

Riri Shirakawa

Mibu Genjiro:

Mika Haon

Rinya:

Haryu Kiyora

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