Takarazuka Grand Theater

Takarazuka Grand Theater(HYOGO)
Feb.4-Mar.6 2023
Heian Mysteries

“OHTEN NO MON” -The Tale of Young Sugawara no Michizane-

Based on the manga “OHTEN NO MON” by Yak Haibara (published by SHINCHOSHA BUNCH COMICS)
Script and direction by Daisuke Tabuchi
Latin Grooves

“Deep Sea-The Carnival of the Sea Gods-”

Written and directed by Daichi Inaba On sale from: January 7, 2023, at 10:00 AM(JST) - Price SS Seat : 12,500 / S Seat : 8,800 / A Seat : 5,500 / B Seat : 3,500
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“OHTEN NO MON” -The Tale of Young Sugawara no Michizane-

The story is set in ancient Kyoto during the early Heian period. Yoshifusa, who is the head of the Hokke that is a branch of the powerful Fujiwara clan, and his adopted heir Mototsune are about to seize power in the Imperial Court.

People are frightened by rumors of “Hyakki Yagyo”, a massive night parade of demons marching through the streets monthly on the day of the Rat and killing anyone who sees them. Ariwara no Narihira, who is the chief of the Imperial Police that is responsible for maintaining public order in Kyoto, vows to solve the mysterious incidents promptly in the presence of the emperor. Narihira has someone in mind who is just right to assist his investigation. It is Sugawara no Michizane, an eccentric young man whom Narihira recently encountered. Michizane, who is the third son of the Kan family that has produced many scholars, has been highly praised for his brilliance since childhood. Although being a student of literary studies at Imperial University, Michizane finds no meaning in studying with mediocre students from noble families. Consequently, he spends his days at home reading books.

One day, Michizane is asked by Narihira for his cooperation to investigate the “Hyakki Yagyo” mystery. Not wanting any trouble, Michizane initially tries to refuse, but ends up joining Narihira’s investigation. In time, Michizane obtains help from Shoki, a competitive female shopkeeper who deals in the import goods from Tang China, and he gradually gets closer to the truth of the mystery. Behind it all, however, there is the greed of those in power swirling, who disguise their misdeeds as the works of demons and specters.

“Deep Sea-The Carnival of the Sea Gods-”

Deep at the bottom of the sea, warmed by the heat of the Earth’s mantle is where the curtain opens on the sea gods’ carnival! The sea gods gather at a temple on the ocean floor to host a passionate carnival showcasing the beauty of the deep-sea, an unrivaled spectacle. This Latin show, replete with the charm of Moon Troupe members led by Kanato Tsukishiro, delivers an alluring performance filled with passionate rhythms.

Main cast

“OHTEN NO MON” -The Tale of Young Sugawara no Michizane-

Sugawara no Michizane:

Kanato Tsukishiro


Mitsuki Umino

Ariwara no Narihira:

An Hozuki


Masumi Rika

Fujiwara no Yoshifusa:

Ru Kozuki


Sachika Shirayuki

Emperor Seiwa:

Karan Chinami

Fujiwara no Yoshimi:

Yu Harumi

Tomo no Yoshio:

Rune Yumena


Tsukasa Ren

Sugawara no Koreyoshi:

Aoi Kashiro


Makoto Asagiri


Senri Urara


Ran Kiyoka

Young Narihira / Demon:

Kaoto Hanabusa


Michiru Irodori

Minamoto no Makoto:

Tsubasa Asahi

Minamoto no Toru:

Naoki Ran

Fujiwara no Mototsune:

Yuno Kazama


Yuki Momoka

Tachibana no Hiromi / Demon:

Yu Sorashiro


Rin Hisumi

Fujiwara no Takako:

Juri Amashi

Fujiwara no Kunitsune / Demon:

Sena Ayaoto

Fujiwara no Tokitsura:

Haru Reika


Karen Yui


Maika Hanatoki

Noble child:

Natsuho Komi

Ki no Haseo:

Sera Ayami


Ruria Amana

Young Takako:

Keito Ranze


Ari Nanano

Tomo no Nakatsune:

Ayato Hiragi

Fujiwara no Totsune / Demon:

Kei Issei


Tera Okusu

Yori / Teko:

Riri Shirakawa


Ria Ruo


Mika Haon


Haryu Kiyora


Ren Mahiro


Sora Miumi


Rin Ichino

Fujiwara no Tamiko:

Manon Hanahime