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The Prince of Tennis Musical, also known as "TeniPuri Musical," "Tenimyu," or "GekiPuri" (Stage Prince), is a series of live action stage musicals based on the anime and manga series, The Prince of Tennis. The first musical opened on Golden Week 2003, and the unexpected popularity and demand for merchandise of the show encouraged Marvelous Entertainment to follow through with the series, each new show covering an arc of the manga storyline. Adaptations to the original story were made to fit the format: female characters were removed, and irrelevant scenes or minor arcs were cut to move the plot forward.

Performances
The series has three kinds of performances: plot/story musicals (that follow the Prince of Tennis story), live concerts (out-takes with alternative performances of the songs and self-parody skits), and special re-runs. Graduation shows (so called due to the story's setting in middle school) are the last musical played by a same cast for the Seigaku school before they are replaced by new actors. The shows are, in chronological order:

2003
Musical Tennis no Oujisama


Covers the first arc of the story, from Ryoma Echizen's arrival to up to the end of the Seigaku ranking matches.

• Ran from April 30 to May 5, 2003 at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space.
• Summer performance ran from 7 August and 8, 2003 and 13 August to 15 August 2003.

2003-2004
Musical Tennis no Ohjisama - Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine


Covers the matches between Seigaku and rival school, Fudomine Chuu.

• Ran from 30 December to 31 December 2003 and 1 January to 5 January 2004.

2004
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - Dream Live 1st


First live concert, featuring songs from the two previous musicals and guest starring Fudomine's Ibu Shinji. Debut of Yuya Endo as the new Ryoma Echizen.

• Performed on 13 June 2004 at Tokyo Taiikukan (Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium).

2004
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen


Covers the matches between Seigaku and the rival school St. Rudolph Gakuen.

• Ran from 29 July to 8 August 2004 and 11 August to 15 August 2004.

2004-2005
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - in winter 2004-2005 side Fudomine ~special match~


Re-run of Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine. Graduation show of the original Seigaku cast. Return of Kotaro Yanagi as Ryoma Echizen.

• Ran from 29 December 2004 to 2 January 2005 at Tokyo Geijutsu Gekijo.

2005
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - side Yamabuki feat. St. Rudolph Gakuen


Covers the matches between Seigaku and rival school, Yamabuki Chuu, guest starring members of St. Rudolph. Debut of the second generation Seigaku cast.

• Ran from 8 January to 10 January 2005 in Osaka and from 20 January to 23 January 2005 at Tokyo Mielparqu Hall.

2005
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - Dream Live 2nd


Second live concert, featuring songs from all previous musicals and guest starring members of Fudomine, St. Rudolph and Yamabuki. Graduation show of Yuya Endo.

• Performed at Tokyo Bay NK Hall on 4 May 2005.

2005
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - The Imperial Match Hyoutei Gakuen


Covers the matches between Seigaku and rival school, Hyotei Gakuen, guest starring members of St. Rudolph and Yamabuki Chuu.

• Ran from 8 August to 14 August 2005 and August 17th to 20th, 2005.

2005-2006
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - The Imperial Match Hyoutei Gakuen in winter 2005-2006


Re-run of The Imperial Match Hyotei Gakuen, guest starring members of Fudomine, St. Rudolph and Yamabuki Chuu.

• Ran from December 19th to 25 December 2005 and December 28th to 2 January, 2006.

2006
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - Dream Live 3rd


Third live concert, featuring songs from The Imperial Match Hyotei Gakuen in winter musicals, and guest starring all members of Hyotei. Graduation concert for Kotaro Yanagi and the second Seigaku cast, except Hiroki Aiba.

• Ran from March 28th to March 29th at Zepp Tokyo.

2006
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - Advancement Match Rokkaku feat. Hyotei Gakuen


Covers the matches between Seigaku and rival school, Rokkaku Chuu, guest starring all members of Hyotei Gakuen. Kousuke Kujirai returns as Kaoru Kaidoh. Debut of the third generation Seigaku cast members.

• Ran August 3rd to August 13th in Tokyo. Four performances also ran in Osaka from August 17th to August 19th with performances running later at the Meitetsu Theater Hall in Nagoya from August 23rd to August 25th.

2006-2007
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - Absolute King Rikkai feat. Rokkaku ~ First Service


Covers the doubles matches of Seigaku against rival school, Rikkai Daigaku Fuzoku, and guest stars members of Rokkaku Chuu.

• Ran from December 13th to December 25th in Tokyo, and from 28 December 2006 to 8 January 2007 in Osaka.

2007
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - Dream Live 4th


Fourth live concert, featuring members of Fudomine, St. Rudolph, Yamabuki Chuu, Hyotei Gakuen, Rokkaku Chuu and Rikkai Daigaku Fuzoku as special guests.

• Ran from March 30th to 31 March 2007 in Yokohama.

2007
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - Dream Live 4th ~Extra~


Additional performances in Osaka featuring all members of Rikkai Daigaku Fuzoku and Rokkaku Chuu. Guest starring Yamabuki Chuu's Kiyosumi Sengoku and Kentarou Minami, as well as Hyotei Gakuen's Gakuto Mukahi and Wakashi Hiyoshi. Initially, Kenta Kamakari who plays Hyotei's Ryoh Shishido was set to appear instead of Ryunosuke Kawaai's Hiyoshi, but as Kamakari was hospitalized and pulled out of the musical, Kawaai stepped in.

• Ran from May 17th to 20 May 2007

2007
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - Absolute King Rikkai feat. Rokkaku ~ Second Service


Covers the singles matches of Seigaku against rival school, Rikkai Daigaku Fuzoku, and guest stars members of Rokkaku Chuu and two members of the cast of Higa Chuu, Luke C. and Takeshi Hayashino. Graduation show for Hiroki Aiba and the third Seigaku cast, except for Tomo Yanagishita, who stayed as an alternate for the next two musicals.

2007-2008
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - The Progressive Match Higa Chuu feat. Rikkai


Covers the matches of Seigaku against rival school, Higa Chuu and guest stars members of Rikkai Daigaku Fuzoku. This musical is the first of the musicals to cover the Nationals arc of the story. Debut of the fourth Seigaku cast

• Ran from December 12, 2007 to February 11, 2008

2008
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - Dream Live 5th


Fifth live concert, guest starring members of Higa Chuu, Rikkai, Rokkaku Chuu, Hyotei Gakuen, Yamabuki Chuu, St. Rudolph, and Fudomine. Graduation show of Tomo Yanagishita.

• Ran from May 17th to 18 May 2008 in Tokyo, and May 24th to 25 May 2008 in Osaka.

2008
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - The Imperial Presence Hyoutei Gakuen feat. Higa Chuu

Covers the matches of Seigaku against rival school Hyotei Gakuen in the national tournament, guest starring Higa Chuu. The first musical in the series to be performed overseas, with venues in Taiwan and South Korea. Debut of the fifth Seigaku cast and return of Hiroki Aiba as Shusuke Fuji.

• Runs from July 29th through October 2008.

2008-2009
Musical Tennis no Oujisama - The Treasure Match Shitenhouji feat. Hyoutei


Covers the matches of Seigaku against one of the strongest school in Kansai region, Shitenhouji, guest starring Hyoutei Gakuen. This musical cover the semi-final match in the national tournament. Debut of Hashimoto Taito as the fifth cast's Shusuke Fuji.

• Runs from December 13th, 2008 through March 31st, 2009.

CAST
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Musical Tennis no Ohjisama (The Prince of Tennis Musical)

• Musical Tennis no Ohjisama

During the summer run of this musical (August 07 to 15, 2003), the roles of Eiji Kikumaru and Takashi Kawamura were played by Takashi Nagayama and Ryoji Morimoto, respectively.

Kotaro Yanagi as Ryoma Echizen

Eiji Takigawa as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Yuichi Tsuchiya as Shuichiro Oishi

Kimeru as Shusuke Fuji

Yamazaki Ichitaro as Eiji Kikumaru

Yoshitsugu Abe as Takashi Kawamura

Sota Aoyama as Sadaharu Inui

Eiji Moriyama as Takeshi Momoshiro

Naoya Gomoto as Kaoru Kaidoh

Yusuke Ishibashi as Satoshi Horio

Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kachiro Kato

Masaru Hotta as Katsuo Mizuno

Yukio Ueshima as Nanjiroh Echizen

Jiro Morikawa as Masashi Arai

Terumichi Kamai as Masaya Ikeda

Masaki Osanai as Daisuke Hayashi

Katsuo as Sasabe


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Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine

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The original cast of this show had Kotaro Yanagi in the role of Ryoma Echizen, Kimeru as Shusuke Fuji, and Takashi Nagayama permanently replacing Ichitaro as Eiji Kikumaru. A few weeks before the premiere, Yanagi was involved in a car accident and hospitalized. Kimeru took over as Echizen, Nagayama was shifted to Fuji, and Ichitaro was brought back as Kikumaru.

Kimeru as Ryoma Echizen

Eiji Takigawa as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Yuichi Tsuchiya as Shuichiro Oishi

Takashi Nagayama as Shusuke Fuji

Yamazaki Ichitaro as Eiji Kikumaru

Yoshitsugu Abe as Takashi Kawamura

Sota Aoyama as Sadaharu Inui

Eiji Moriyama as Takeshi Momoshiro

Naoya Gomoto as Kaoru Kaidoh

Yusuke Ishibashi as Satoshi Horio

Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kachiro Kato

Masaru Hotta as Katsuo Mizuno

Yukio Ueshima as Nanjiroh Echizen

Takuma Sugawara as Kippei Tachibana

Ryōsei Konishi as Shinji Ibu

Matsui Yasuyuki as Akira Kamio

Mamoru Miyano as Tetsu Ishida

Shun Takagi as Masaya Sakurai


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Dream Live 1st

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"Dream Live 1st" featured Yuya Endo as the new Echizen.

Yuya Endo as Ryoma Echizen

Eiji Takigawa as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Yuichi Tsuchiya as Shuichiro Oishi

Kimeru as Shusuke Fuji

Takashi Nagayama as Eiji Kikumaru

Yoshitsugu Abe as Takashi Kawamura

Sota Aoyama as Sadaharu Inui

Eiji Moriyama as Takeshi Momoshiro

Naoya Gomoto as Kaoru Kaidoh

Yusuke Ishibashi as Satoshi Horio

Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kachiro Kato

Masaru Hotta as Katsuo Mizuno

Yukio Ueshima as Nanjiroh Echizen

Ryōsei Konishi as Shinji Ibu

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More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen

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"More Than Limit" featured Kengo Ohkuchi temporarily portraying the role of Tezuka, and Eiki Kitamura filling in for Kawamura.

Yuya Endo as Ryoma Echizen

Kengo Ohkuchi as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Yuichi Tsuchiya as Shuichiro Oishi

Kimeru as Shusuke Fuji

Takashi Nagayama as Eiji Kikumaru

Eiki Kitamura as Takashi Kawamura

Sota Aoyama as Sadaharu Inui

Eiji Moriyama as Takeshi Momoshiro

Naoya Gomoto as Kaoru Kaidoh

Yusuke Ishibashi as Satoshi Horio

Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kachiro Kato

Masaru Hotta as Katsuo Mizuno

Yukio Ueshima as Nanjiroh Echizen

Hidemasa Shiozawa as Hajime Mizuki

KENN as Yuta Fuji

Kenji Aoki as Yoshirou Akazawa

Mitsuyoshi Shinoda as Shinya Yanagisawa

Ryosuke Kato as Atsushi Kisarazu

Yuki Ohtake as Ichirou Kaneda

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In Winter 2004-2005 Side Fudomine ~Special Match~

• Musical Tennis no Ohjisama - in winter 2004-2005 Side Fudomine ~Special Match~


During the run of this musical, Kotaro Yanagi returned and shared the role of Echizen with Yuya Endo, doing the still acting scenes while Endo did the dance and tennis match choreographies.

The GRADUATION of the 1st cast except for Yuya Endo - who still performs in place of Yanagi...

Kotaro Yanagi as Ryoma Echizen

Yuya Endo as Ryoma Echizen

Eiji Takigawa as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Yuichi Tsuchiya as Shuichiro Oishi

Kimeru as Shusuke Fuji

Takashi Nagayama as Eiji Kikumaru

Yoshitsugu Abe as Takashi Kawamura

Sota Aoyama as Sadaharu Inui

Eiji Moriyama as Takeshi Momoshiro

Naoya Gomoto as Kaoru Kaidoh

Yusuke Ishibashi as Satoshi Horio

Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kachiro Kato

Masaru Hotta as Katsuo Mizuno

Yukio Ueshima as Nanjiroh Echizen

YOH as Kippei Tachibana

Ryōsei Konishi as Shinji Ibu

Yuki Fujiwara as Akira Kamio

Mamoru Miyano as Tetsu Ishida

Shun Takagi as Masaya Sakurai

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Side Yamabuki Feat. St. Rudolph Gakuen

• Musical Tennis no Ohjisama - in winter 2004-2005 side Yamabuki feat. St. Rudolph Gakuen


Yuya Endo as Ryoma Echizen

Yuu Shirota as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Hiroki Suzuki as Shuichiro Oishi

Hiroki Aiba as Shusuke Fuji

Osamu Adachi as Eiji Kikumaru

Yoshikazu Kotani as Takashi Kawamura

Hirofumi Araki as Sadaharu Inui

Masaki Kaji as Takeshi Momoshiro

Kousuke Kujirai as Kaoru Kaidoh

Yusuke Ishibashi as Satoshi Horio

Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kachiro Kato

Masaru Hotta as Katsuo Mizuno

JURI as Jin Akutsu

Yuki Kawakubo as Taichi Dan

Masato Wada as Kiyosumi Sengoku

Hiroshi Yazaki as Kentarou Minami

Iori Hayashi as Masami Higashikata

Takahiko Yanagisawa as Muromachi Toji

KENN as Yuuta Fuji

Kenji Aoki as Yoshirou Akazawa

Mitsuyoshi Shinoda as Shinya Yanagisawa

Ryosuke Kato as Atsushi Kisarazu

Yuki Ohtake as Ichirou Kaneda

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Dream Live 2nd

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Again, Kotaro Yanagi shared the role of Echizen with Yuya Endo, but he only appeared in a few still-acting scenes, while Yuya Endo performed throughout the majority of the show. Yuya Endo graduated from the shows and Kotaro Yanagi took over as Echizen once again.

Yuya Endo as Ryoma Echizen

Kotaro Yanagi as Ryoma Echizen

Yuu Shirota as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Hiroki Suzuki as Shuichiro Oishi

Hiroki Aiba as Shusuke Fuji

Osamu Adachi as Eiji Kikumaru

Yoshikazu Kotani as Takashi Kawamura

Hirofumi Araki as Sadaharu Inui

Masaki Kaji as Takeshi Momoshiro

Kousuke Kujirai as Kaoru Kaidoh

Yusuke Ishibashi as Satoshi Horio

Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kachiro Kato

Masaru Hotta as Katsuo Mizuno

Yukio Ueshima as Nanjiroh Echizen

YOH as Kippei Tachibana

Yuki Fujiwara as Akira Kamio

Mamoru Miyano as Tetsu Ishida

Shun Takagi as Masaya Sakurai

Hidemasa Shiozawa as Hajime Mizuki

KENN as Yuuta Fuji

Kenji Aoki as Yoshirou Akazawa

Ryosuke Kato as Atsushi Kisarazu

Yuki Ohtake as Ichirou Kaneda

JURI as Jin Akutsu

Yuki Kawakubo as Taichi Dan

Masato Wada as Kiyosumi Sengoku

Hiroshi Yazaki as Kentarou Minami

Iori Hayashi as Masami Higashikata

Takahiko Yanagisawa as Muromachi Toji

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The Imperial Match Hyoutei Gakuen

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Kotaro Yanagi as Ryoma Echizen

Yuu Shirota as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Hiroki Suzuki as Shuichiro Oishi

Hiroki Aiba as Shusuke Fuji

Osamu Adachi as Eiji Kikumaru

Yoshikazu Kotani as Takashi Kawamura

Hirofumi Araki as Sadaharu Inui

Masaki Kaji as Takeshi Momoshiro

Kousuke Kujirai as Kaoru Kaidoh

Yusuke Ishibashi as Satoshi Horio

Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kachiro Kato

Masaru Hotta as Katsuo Mizuno

Kazuki Kato as Keigo Atobe

Ryo Washimi as Munehiro Kabaji

Takumi Saito as Yuushi Oshitari

Ruito Aoyagi as Gakuto Mukahi

Kenta Kamakari as Ryoh Shishido

Koji Date as Ootori Chotaroh

Takuya as Jirou Akutagawa

Ryunosuke Kawai as Wakashi Hiyoshi

Hidemasa Shiozawa as Hajime Mizuki

KENN as Yuuta Fuji

Mitsuyoshi Shinoda as Shinya Yanagisawa

JURI as Jin Akutsu

Yuki Kawakubo as Taichi Dan

Masato Wada as Kiyosumi Sengoku

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The Imperial Match Hyoutei Gakuen in Winter

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Kotaro Yanagi as Ryoma Echizen

Yuu Shirota as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Hiroki Suzuki as Shuichiro Oishi

Hiroki Aiba as Shusuke Fuji

Osamu Adachi as Eiji Kikumaru

Yoshikazu Kotani as Takashi Kawamura

Hirofumi Araki as Sadaharu Inui

Masaki Kaji as Takeshi Momoshiro

Kousuke Kujirai as Kaoru Kaidoh

Yusuke Ishibashi as Satoshi Horio

Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kachiro Kato

Masaru Hotta as Katsuo Mizuno

Kazuki Kato as Keigo Atobe

Ryo Washimi as Munehiro Kabaji

Takumi Saito as Yuushi Oshitari

Ruito Aoyagi as Gakuto Mukahi

Kenta Kamakari as Ryoh Shishido

Koji Date as Ootori Chotaroh

Takuya as Jirou Akutagawa

Ryunosuke Kawai as Wakashi Hiyoshi

Hidemasa Shiozawa as Hajime Mizuki

Kenji Aoki as Yoshirou Akazawa

Mitsuyoshi Shinoda as Shinya Yanagisawa

JURI as Jin Akutsu

Yuki Kawakubo as Taichi Dan

Hiroshi Yazaki as Kentarou Minami

Iori Hayashi as Masami Higashikata

Mamoru Miyano as Tetsu Ishida

Shun Takagi as Masaya Sakurai

KENN as Yuuta Fuji

Masato Wada as Kiyosumi Sengoku

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Dream Live 3rd

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Kotaro Yanagi as Ryoma Echizen

Yuu Shirota as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Hiroki Suzuki as Shuichiro Oishi

Hiroki Aiba as Shusuke Fuji

Osamu Adachi as Eiji Kikumaru

Yoshikazu Kotani as Takashi Kawamura

Hirofumi Araki as Sadaharu Inui

Masaki Kaji as Takeshi Momoshiro

Kousuke Kujirai as Kaoru Kaidoh

Yusuke Ishibashi as Satoshi Horio

Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kachiro Kato

Masaru Hotta as Katsuo Mizuno

Kazuki Kato as Keigo Atobe

Ryo Washimi as Munehiro Kabaji

Takumi Saito as Yuushi Oshitari

Ruito Aoyagi as Gakuto Mukahi

Kenta Kamakari as Ryoh Shishido

Koji Date as Ootori Chotaroh

TAKUYA as Jirou Akutagawa

Ryunosuke Kawai as Wakashi Hiyoshi

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Advancement Match Rokkaku feat. Hyotei Gakuen

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The original cast of this show had Takahiro Tasaki in the role of Kaoru Kaidoh, but due to Tasaki's withdrawal from the show, Kousuke Kujirai (who had graduated) was brought back to the musical as his replacement. Hyotei's cast graduated in this musical, and some make appearances in Dream Live 4th.

Dori Sakurada as Ryoma Echizen

Keisuke Minami as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Yukihiro Takiguchi as Shuichiro Oishi

Hiroki Aiba as Shusuke Fuji

Koji Seto as Eiji Kikumaru

Kouji Watanabe as Takashi Kawamura

Masei Nakayama as Sadaharu Inui

Shinpei Takagi as Takeshi Momoshiro

Kousuke Kujirai as Kaoru Kaidoh

Masaki Hara as Satoshi Horio

Yuya Mori as Kachiro Kato

Yuki Okamoto as Katsuo Mizuno

Kazuma Kawahara as Aoi Kentaro

Kanata Irei as Kojirou Saeki

Ryosuke Kato as Ryoh Kisarazu

Airu Shiozaki as Hikaru Amane

Shindo Gaku as Harukaze Kurobane

Shoma Ikegami as Marehiko Itsuki

Kazuki Kato as Keigo Atobe

Ryo Washimi as Munehiro Kabaji

Takumi Saito as Yuushi Oshitari

Ruito Aoyagi as Gakuto Mukahi

Kenta Kamakari as Ryoh Shishido

Koji Date as Ootori Chotaroh

Takuya as Jirou Akutagawa

Ryunosuke Kawai as Wakashi Hiyoshi

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Absolute King Rikkai feat. Rokkaku ~ First Service

• Musical Tennis no Ohjisama - Absolute King Rikkai feat. Rokkaku ~ First Service


New actors were casted for the roles of Kaoru Kaidoh, Kachiro Kato, and Katsuo Mizuno.

Dori Sakurada as Ryoma Echizen

Keisuke Minami as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Yukihiro Takiguchi as Shuichiro Oishi

Hiroki Aiba as Shusuke Fuji

Koji Seto as Eiji Kikumaru

Kouji Watanabe as Takashi Kawamura

Masei Nakayama as Sadaharu Inui

Shinpei Takagi as Takeshi Momoshiro

Tomo Yanagishita as Kaoru Kaidoh

Masaki Hara as Satoshi Horio

Ryou Kawamoto as Kachiro Kato

Kouichi Eguchi as Katsuo Mizuno

Ren Yagami as Seiichi Yukimura

Kentarou Kanesaki as Genichirou Sanada

Kento Ono as Renji Yanagi

Masataka Nakagauchi as Masaharu Niou

Toru Baba as Hiroshi Yagyuu

Genki Ookawa as Akaya Kirihara

Renn Kiriyama as Bunta Marui

Jutta Yuuki as Jackal Kuwahara

Kazuma Kawahara as Aoi Kentaro

Kanata Irei as Kojirou Saeki

Ryosuke Kato as Ryou Kisarazu

Airu Shiozaki as Hikaru Amane

Gaku Shindo as Harukaze Kurobane

Shoma Ikegami as Marehiko Itsuki
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Dream Live 4th

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Dori Sakurada as Ryoma Echizen

Keisuke Minami as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Yukihiro Takiguchi as Shuichiro Oishi

Hiroki Aiba as Shusuke Fuji

Koji Seto as Eiji Kikumaru

Kouji Watanabe as Takashi Kawamura

Masei Nakayama as Sadaharu Inui

Shinpei Takagi as Takeshi Momoshiro

Tomo Yanagishita as Kaoru Kaidoh

Masaki Hara as Satoshi Horio

Ryou Kawamoto as Kachiro Kato

Kouichi Eguchi as Katsuo Mizuno

YOH as Kippei Tachibana

Yuki Fujiwara as Akira Kamio

Mamoru Miyano as Tetsu Ishida

Shun Takagi as Masaya Sakurai

Kenji Aoki as Yoshirou Akazawa

Mitsuyoshi Shinoda as Shinya Yanagisawa

Ryosuke Kato as Atsushi Kisarazu

Yuki Ohtake as Ichirou Kaneda

Yuki Kawakubo as Taichi Dan

Masato Wada as Kiyosumi Sengoku (appeared in ~Extra~)

Hiroshi Yazaki as Kentarou Minami (appeared in ~Extra~)

Iori Hayashi as Masami Higashikata

Takahiko Yanagisawa as Muromachi Toji

Ryo Washimi as Munehiro Kabaji

Ruito Aoyagi as Gakuto Mukahi (appeared in ~Extra~)

Kenta Kamakari as Ryoh Shishido

Koji Date as Chotaroh Ootori

Ryunosuke Kawai as Wakashi Hiyoshi (appeared in ~Extra~)

TAKUYA as Jiroh Akutagawa

Kazuma Kawahara as Aoi Kentaro

Kanata Irei as Kojirou Saeki

Ryosuke Kato as Ryoh Kisarazu

Airu Shiozaki as Hikaru Amane

Gaku Shindo as Harukaze Kurobane

Shoma Ikegami as Marehiko Itsuki

Ren Yagami as Seiichi Yukimura

Kentarou Kanesaki as Genichirou Sanada

Kento Ono as Renji Yanagi

Masataka Nakagauchi as Masaharu Niou

Toru Baba as Hiroshi Yagyuu

Genki Ookawa as Akaya Kirihara

Renn Kiriyama as Bunta Marui

Jutta Yuuki as Jackal Kuwahara

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Absolute King Rikkai feat. Rokkaku ~ Second Service

• Musical Tennis no Ohjisama - Absolute King Rikkai feat. Rokkaku ~ Second Service


Dori Sakurada as Ryoma Echizen

Keisuke Minami as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Yukihiro Takiguchi as Shuichiro Oishi

Hiroki Aiba as Shusuke Fuji

Koji Seto as Eiji Kikumaru

Kouji Watanabe as Takashi Kawamura

Masei Nakayama as Sadaharu Inui

Shinpei Takagi as Takeshi Momoshiro

Tomo Yanagishita as Kaoru Kaidoh

Masaki Hara as Satoshi Horio

Ryou Kawamoto as Kachiro Kato

Kouichi Eguchi as Katsuo Mizuno

Ren Yagami as Seiichi Yukimura

Kentarou Kanesaki as Genichirou Sanada

Kento Ono as Renji Yanagi

Masataka Nakagauchi as Masaharu Niou

Toru Baba as Hiroshi Yagyuu

Genki Ookawa as Akaya Kirihara

Renn Kiriyama as Bunta Marui

Jutta Yuuki as Jackal Kuwahara

Kazuma Kawahara as Aoi Kentaro

Shoma Ikegami as Marehiko Itsuki

Airu Shiozaki as Hikaru Amane

Gaku Shindo as Harukaze Kurobane

Ryosuke Kato as Ryou Kisarazu

Luke C. as Eishirou Kite

Takeshi Hayashino as Hiroshi Chinen
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The Progressive Match Higa Chuu feat Rikkai

• Musical Tennis no Ohjisama - The Progressive Match Higa Chuu feat Rikkai

During this show, Tomo Yanagishita (who had stayed as an alternate), and Yuuichirou Hirata (who was cast as the new Kaidoh) took turns playing the role of Kaidoh for different performances.

Shougo Sakamoto as Ryoma Echizen

Daisuke Watanabe as Kunimitsu Tezuka

Yuya Toyoda as Shuichiro Oishi

Yuuta Furukawa as Shusuke Fuji

Kyousuke Hamao as Eiji Kikumaru

Hiroaki Ogasawara as Takashi Kawamura

Yuuta Takahashi as Sadaharu Inui

Tetsuya Makita as Takeshi Momoshiro

Yuuichirou Hirata as Kaoru Kaidoh

Tomo Yanagishita as Kaoru Kaidoh

Hijiri Shinotani as Yuujirou Kai

Luke C. as Eishirou Kite

Takeshi Hayashino as Hiroshi Chinen

Yasuka Saito as Rin Hirakoba

Yutaka Matsuzaki as Kei Tanishi

Ren Yagami as Seiichi Yukimura

Kentarou Kanesaki as Genichirou Sanada

Kento Ono as Renji Yanagi

Masataka Nakagauchi as Masaharu Niou

Toru Baba as Hiroshi Yagyuu

Genki Ookawa as Akaya Kirihara

Jutta Yuuki as Jackal Kuwahara
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