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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.

So who are the people behind that amazing performance?!

Let's start with the 1st batch!



Musical Tennis no Ohjisama (The Prince of Tennis Musical)

Kotaro Yanagi as Ryoma Echizen
Kotaro Yanagi (柳 浩太郎) is a young Japanese actor who plays in various movies, dramas, and stage events. He's most commonly referred to as "Yanagi", although he sometimes shortens it to "Yana" or "Nagi.". He is also part of a young men's stage acting troupe, D-Boys, which perform in various skit-like performances, and is currently the group's sub-leader.

Yanagi was born on 21 December 1985, in Berlin, Germany however he is ethnically 100% Japanese. Yanagi stayed in Germany until he was 3 years old until he and his family moved to Japan where he attended kindergarten, Yanagi stayed in Japan until the first semester of elementary school, however, due to his father's work, he and his family moved to India. Until third grade, Yanagi stayed with his parents and attended a nearby school. However, from fourth to sixth grade he attended an American boarding school further away, which is where he learned English. Yanagi's family moved back to Japan where he finished school.

He is fluent in both English and Japanese. Yanagi measures approximately 165 cm tall and weighs 53 kg.

ACCIDENT
After leaving a rehearsal for Remarkable 1st Match: Fudomine, less than two weeks before it was due to open, Yanagi was hit by a car. He had extensive damage to his body and vocal cords and was unconscious for two weeks. Doctors predicted he would be bedridden for the rest of his life. After waking up, Yanagi weighed around 30 kg and was unable to get up at all.

However, Yanagi was able to make a miraculous recovery and is currently strong enough to act again, although he had difficulty with his dancing and singing. His recovery time prevented him from playing in Remarkable 1st and the next two Prince of Tennis musicals (in which he was replaced by J-pop singer Kimeru and Yuya Endo, respectively).

He was able to come back for the Side Fudomine musical where he shared the role of Echizen with Endo, but he only acted in stand still scenes while Endo did the dancing and tennis match choreography. He did not appear in the Side Yamabuki musical. After Endo graduated from the musicals after Dream Live 2nd (in which he and Yanagi again shared the role), Yanagi continued playing Echizen for three more shows; although he played the tennis matches, his movements were still slow, and many of the dancing skits he was in had limited choreography so he could keep up with the rest of the cast, and vice versa for them.

Because of his accident, Yanagi wasn't able to join his fellow castmates in the Prince of Tennis live film adaptation. At the same time, the directors wanted to cast someone younger for the role, as Yanagi was 20 years old at the time. Actor Kanata Hongo was cast as the movie's Echizen.

Kimeru, who was close friends with Yanagi, was struck hard by the accident that when he released his third single, OVERLAP (a theme song for the anime Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters), he also dedicated its coupling song, OATH IN THE STORM, to Yanagi.

TV Shows

• Tadashii Oji no Tsukurikata (How to create an ideal prince) (TV Tokyo, 2008)
• Puzzle (TV Asahi, 2007)
• DD-Boys (2006)
• Rocket Boys (TV Tokyo, 2006)

Movies

• Chikan Otoko (2005)
• Aa~! Izakaya Puroresu (2004 - 2005)

Stage work

TENIMYU: THE PRINCE OF TENNIS MUSICAL SERIES (as Ryoma Echizen)

• The Prince of Tennis Musical (2003)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Side Fudomine ~Special Match~ (alongside fellow D-Boy Yuya Endo, who also played Echizen) (In Winter of 2004-2005)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 2nd (he again shared the role with Endo) (2005)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: The Imperial Match Hyotei Gakuen (2005)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: The Imperial Match Hyotei Gakuen in Winter (In Winter of 2005-2006)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 3rd (2006)












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Eiji Takigawa as Kunimitsu Tezuka



Eiji Takigawa (滝川 英治), is Japanese actor, singer, and entertainer. Hailed from Osaka, Takigawa graduated from the law department of Kounan Daigaku (Konan University) at Kobe, before he pursued his career in the entertainment industry.

He made his first big break on 2002, as the official icon of the energy drink, Lipovitan D, along with long-time icon, Kosugi Kane, the son of the legendary martial art actor, Kosugi Shou. The company which produces LipoD feels that Takigawa offers the right aspects for the younger target market for the drink: passion, determination, cheerfulness, youth and intelligence.

He graduated as the Lipovitan D icon on March 29, 2007.

Other work


Takigawa has released a DVD called Treasure of Age (and some sites also call it as 'Treasure of Eiji') on 2004, which was produced by Marvelous Entertainment.

Eiji reunited with Tenimyu castmates Kimeru, Sota Aoyama, and Naoya Gomoto to appear in the PV of Kimeru's single, TIMELESS, on October 4, 2006. The PV is only on the Type A Limited Edition of the single. There's also a short movie, TIMELESS ~The Movie, that was released on DVD on November 18, 2006.

On TeniMyu Supporters DVD vol. 5 that was released on April 28, 2007, Takigawa appeared along with his first generation Seigaku castmates. He then went on to play the role of Tsukamoto Hidemi on the live-action movie adaptation of the manga series Mousou Shoujo Otaku Kei by Konjou Natsumi.

On January 27, 2008, Takigawa took on the part of Riki in Kamen Rider Kiva, the human form of Dogga, the Frankenstein's monster that assists Kiva in fighting the enemies. Since April 1, 2008, Takigawa's career is being managed by Shochiku Entertainment, the talent, stageplay, and actors' subsidiary of Shochiku.



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Yuichi Tsuchiya as Shuichiro Oishi



Yuichi Tsuchiya (土屋 裕一, Tsuchiya Yūichi, born February 6, 1979 in Yamanashi Prefecture) is a Japanese actor and full-time member of the 4-man theatre troupe *pnish*. Due to the common romanization of his family name "Tsuchiya" being written as "Tutiya," he has garnered over the years the nickname "Tuti," by which friends and fans by and large call him. He is also best known for his stage roles as Shuichiro Oishi of the Prince of Tennis musical series, Tenimyu, and as Gin Ichimaru in the Rock Musical BLEACH.

Tsuchiya stands 180 cm tall (5' 11") and weighs 65 kg (143.3 lbs). He grew up in the Minami Alps region of Yamanashi Prefecture, just to the west of Tokyo Prefecture, and is an Aquarius with Type O blood.

Little is known about his family life, other than that he never speaks of his father (it's not known if his parents are divorced, the man died, or was never even in the picture to begin with), but he has a younger sister, and his mother Yumiko runs a beauty parlor back home, where she lives with Tuti's former pet, a toy poodle named "Lala-chan." He is a graduate of Yamanashi Prefectural Koufu First High School.

Tsuchiya has a taste for wine, and is something of a connoiseur--bring up the topic of sake and he is known to talk excitedly about it on end. His favorite wine is red wine, for example, a nice Amarone, while the alcoholic drink that he favors the most is Veuve Clicquot champagne. He's also been a smoker since he was 15 (please note that the age of majority in Japan is 20), and for a long while smoked Salem Pianissimos, a brand quite popular among women. He recently, at the recommendation of fellow actor Shougo Suzuki, switched to Natural American Spirit. His favorite food is curry, and one can often spot him on his blog enjoying a meal at the nearest Coco-ichi Curry, a popular curry restaurant chain in Japan.

Stage

Tuti's career as an actor is primarily that of a stage actor. While he may occasionally do a stint in a drama or cameo in a movie, the majority of his work is done on a stage in front of a huge audience.

As Shuichiro Oishi in The Prince of Tennis Musicals

Tuti's major stage appearance was as Shuichiro Oishi, the motherly vice-captain of Seigaku Middle School's tennis club, as part of the first generation Seigaku cast in "Tenimyu", the Prince of Tennis musical series. During his run of the series, he got to work with fellow *pnish* actor Eiji Moriyama (who played Takeshi Momoshiro). Tuti graduated from his role after the Side Fudomine musical; like many other graduated Tenimyu actors, Tuti got a cameo role in the Prince of Tennis live film adaptation.

Since his graduation, the role of Oishi has been played by Hiroki Suzuki, Yukihiro Takiguchi, and currently by Yuya Toyoda.

Other Work

Since his graduation, Tuti went on to star as Gin Ichimaru in the Rock Musical BLEACH, which also starred some of his old Tenimyu castmates.

Tuti also played a double role in the Hunter x Hunter musical "Hunter x Hunter: Nightmare of Zaoldyeck" in 2002, where he worked with The Prince of Tennis seiyū Kaida Yuki and Hiroki Takahashi. He portrayed Zebro, the gatekeeper, as well as a butler.

In June 2007, Tuti celebrated 10 years in the acting world. His first few acts were in 1997 with a traveling theatre troupe, Gekidan Geiyuuza, and after one year with them he formally signed on with popular theatre troupe BQMAP in 1998, when he first appeared in one of their shows in July (26th-30th), "Re-." He continued to perform with them until late 2000.

In early 2000 (concurrent with his involvement with BQMAP), Tuti found himself getting more and more involved with a ragtag group of actor-wannabes that were calling themselves "ShiroxKuro" and that June (15th through 18th) they put on their first performance, "Best Team," following up in February 2001 (1st through 4th) with, "Set a Trap."

On 1 July 2001, ShiroxKuro formally renamed themselves *pnish*, and thus was born a theatre troupe that is now growing and growing in popularity, with ten group performances under their belts, their own radio program (Panic Studio, which will end in June 2008) and their own weekly television show (Hottokenai! *pnish* TV, ch.262 Theatre television via SKY Perfect). Tuti has been with the group from the very beginning, when it was first nine members until it was whittled down to the four it currently is comprised of.

Career
Stage work


*pnish* performances

• Various (Panic Rush, Panic Dance, Panic Nine, Panic Cafe, Panic Age, RokuAkuTou, Monster Box, Treasure Box, Wonder Box, Secret Box, Samurai Mode, all On performances, all Happy *pnish* Birthday performances, all Panic Room events) (2001 to present)

TENIMYU: THE PRINCE OF TENNIS MUSICAL SERIES (as Shuichiro Oishi)

• The Prince of Tennis Musical (2003)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine (2003-2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 1st (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Side Fudomine ~Special Match~ (In Winter of 2004-2005)

Rock Musical BLEACH (as Gin Ichimaru)

• Rock Musical BLEACH (August 2005)
• Rock Musical BLEACH Saien (January 2006)
• Rock Musical BLEACH: The Dark of the Bleeding Moon (August 2006)
• Rock Musical BLEACH: The LIVE Bankai Show code:001 (January 2007)
• Rock Musical BLEACH: No Clouds in the Blue Heavens (March - April 2007)
• Rock Musical BLEACH: The All (March 2008)
• Rock Musical BLEACH: The LIVE Bankai Show code:002 (March 2008)

Other theatre work

• Musical Hunter x Hunter: Nightmare of Zaoldyeck (2002)
• Sayonara no LOVE SONG
• Suspense Musical ZIPPER
• Gekidan Dougaku Sensei's Sake Bocchan
• Gekidan Dougaku Sensei's Kyoudai Donburi
• BQMAP's Sentimental Tiger Case.01 ~ SLEEPING BEAUTY
• Hageretto
• Etto, Oira wa Dare Dakke? ~ Cash On Delivery
• Akazaka Red Theater presents Kenran toka Ranman toka
• Aru Hi, Bokura wa Yume no Naka de Deau (September 2007)
• Gekidan Unit Keizai to H's FLOWERS (October 2007)

Movies

• The Prince of Tennis as Kite Eishirou

Television

• P-na Kanojo (TBS)
• Machi e Tobidasou - weekly performance as "Tsucchi" (NHK)
• Keitai Net Shakai no Otoshiana (NHK)
• 59th Proposal (Nihon TV)
• Dounichi Love (TVK)

Other

• *pnish* Panic Days! photobook
• *pnish* Panic Days! 2 ~ Tobe! *pnish* photobook


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Kimeru as Shusuke Fuji



Kimeru (most often written either in Romaji (Kimeru) or with Katakana (キメル), but has been written as きめる (Hiragana) and (決) (Kanji)), is a J-pop musician and singer most famous for his work with The Prince of Tennis. Born 17 June 1980 in Kumamoto-ken in Japan, after graduating from high school, he originally became a mailman, but later decided to pursue a career as a singer. He adopted the stage name Kimeru, which means "to decide" in Japanese, before debuting. Kimeru's birth name has never been announced publicly.

2001/2002
On 5 December 2001 Kimeru released his first single, You got game? with Absolute Productions/Birdie House Inc. The song was used as the first ending song for the anime テニスの王子様 (The Prince of Tennis, commonly called "TeniPuri" or "AniPuri"), which was based on a manga by the same name created by Takeshi Konomi. He followed up this release one year later with Make You Free, which was also used as an opening song for later episodes of TeniPuri.

2003/2004
In the spring of 2003, Kimeru was cast as Shusuke Fuji, the prodigy of Seigaku Middle School's tennis club, in The Prince of Tennis musical production series (commonly called Tenimyu), understudying the lead role of Ryoma Echizen. The rising popularity of the musical brought rising popularity to his music, and on 27 November 2003 Kimeru released his first mini-album, The Beginning. Kimeru would sing You got game? at the end of each show for three of the musicals, and Make You Free for Dream Live 1st.

The end of 2003 also brought tragedy to TeniMyu. Less than two weeks before the second musical of the series, Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine, the lead actor cast for the main role of Echizen, Kotaro Yanagi, was struck by a car and was in critical condition for some months. Because the musical's rehearsals were well underway and performance dates already set, Kimeru had to step up into the role. Takashi Nagayama (who was playing the role of Eiji Kikumaru) took over as Fuji, and Yamazaki Ichitaro (who left the series) came back as Kikumaru. Kimeru was struck so hard by his friend's accident that when he released his third single, OVERLAP (a theme song for the anime Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters), he also dedicated its coupling song, OATH IN THE STORM, to Yanagi. Kimeru returned to his role of Fuji when Yuya Endo was brought in as the new Echizen (Nagayama went back to Kikumaru as well, and Ichitaro permanently left). A small joke about Kimeru playing Echizen was added in Dream Live 1st.

In late April/early May 2004, Kimeru went on his very first tour, OVERLAP. With only three dates (one in Nagoya, Osaka, and Tokyo), it was his stepping stone into real touring as a professional singer. On 25 August 2004 he released his fourth single, Be Shiny, as well as his first DVD with live footage and music videos. To celebrate the release of his new material, he went on another tour in September and November 2004.

2005
At the beginning of 2005, Kimeru graduated out of his role as Fuji in TeniMyu. The role would be carried on by Hiroki Aiba and currently by Yuuta Furukawa. Not losing any steam, Kimeru released his fifth single The Pleasure of Love, as well as toured yet again, adding two new stops to his route (Sendai & Fukuoka). Kimeru's popularity was growing, and on 21 May 2005, he performed in his first seated live house (Shibuya Public Hall in Tokyo). This live was later released on DVD.

Stage Work
Musicals


TENIMYU: THE PRINCE OF TENNIS MUSICAL SERIES (as Shusuke Fuji, Echizen u/s)

• The Prince of Tennis Musical - Shusuke Fuji (2003)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine - Ryoma Echizen (2003-2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 1st - Shusuke Fuji (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen - Shusuke Fuji (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Side Fudomine ~Special Match~ - Shusuke Fuji (In Winter of 2004-2005)

Kimeru's Official website: http://www.kimeru.com/index.shtml
Kimeru's Blog: http://www.kimeru.com/kimeru_blog/





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Takashi Nagayama as Eiji Kikumaru



Takashi Nagayama (永山たかし, real name 永山 毅 Nagayama Takashi, born 16 November 1978 in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese actor. He is probably most well-known for his role as Eiji Kikumaru in The Prince of Tennis musical series, Tenimyu, when he replaced Yamazaki Ichitaro (who played Kikumaru in the very first show), and Tōshirō Hitsugaya in "Rock Musical Bleach". He made his television debut in 1998 with the drama Change.

Career
As Eiji Kikumaru in The Prince of Tennis Musicals

Takashi's major stage debut was from 2003 to the beginning of 2005 for the role of the acrobatic Eiji Kikumaru in the Prince of Tennis musical series, Tenimyu, as part of the first generation Seigaku cast. When the series came out in 2003, Ichitaro played the role during the spring run of the first show, and Nagayama played the role during the summer run. Afterwards, Takashi was set to permanently take over the role, understudying the role of Shusuke Fuji as well, when Ichitaro left the series.

Less than two weeks before the second show, Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine, Kotaro Yanagi, who was playing the lead role of Ryoma Echizen at the time, was hospitalized due to a car accident. Because of this, there were several changes in the cast for the show: J-pop singer Kimeru, who was playing the role of Fuji, had to step up as Echizen – Nagayama was shifted over to Fuji, and Ichitaro was brought back as Kikumaru. After Yuya Endo was brought in as the new Echizen, Kimeru and Takashi went back to their roles as Fuji and Kikumaru respectively. Takashi graduated with his fellow castmates after the Side Fudomine musical; along with many graduated Tenimyu members, he got a cameo role in the Prince of Tennis live film adaptation.

Since Nagayama's graduation, the role of Kikumaru has been played by Osamu Adachi, Koji Seto, and currently by Kyousuke Hamao.

Other work
Since his graduation, Takashi is currently starring as Tōshirō Hitsugaya in the Rock Musical BLEACH series, which also stars some of his old Tenimyu castmates.

He maintains an active and popular blog, which he updates several times each week with photos. In his spare time, he enjoys sports, especially baseball, swimming, and karate, and remaking/designing clothing. Above all, Nagayama is earnest and serious about his work and his fans, and this has helped him build and maintain a loyal base of support worldwide.

Musical


TENIMYU: THE PRINCE OF TENNIS MUSICAL SERIES (as Eiji Kikumaru, Fuji u/s)

• The Prince of Tennis Musical - Eiji Kikumaru (summer of 2003)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine - Shusuke Fuji (In Winter 2003-2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 1st - Eiji Kikumaru (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen - Eiji Kikumaru (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Side Fudomine ~Special Match~ - Eiji Kikumaru (In Winter 2004-2005)

Rock Musical BLEACH (as Tōshirō Hitsugaya)

• Rock Musical BLEACH (2005)
• Rock Musical BLEACH Saien (2006)
• Rock Musical BLEACH The Dark of The Bleeding Moon (2006)
• Rock Musical BLEACH Live Bankai Show Code: 001 (2007)
• Rock Musical BLEACH No Clouds in the Blue Heavens (2007)
• Rock Musical BLEACH Live Bankai Show Code: 002 (2008)
• Rock Musical BLEACH The All (2008)

Other musicals

• Rock'n Jam Musical (2004)
• Rock'n Jam Musical - Saien (2005)
• Flowers for Algernon Musical (2006)
• Rock'n Jam Musical II (2006)
• Rock'n Jam Musical II - Saien (2007)
• Rock'n Jam Live - Live (2007)

TV Series

• Change (ANB, 1998)
• Newscaster Kasumi Ryoko (ANB, 1999)
• Abunai Houkago (ANB, 1999, Episode 2)
• Norowareta Kagai Jugyou (KTV, 1999)
• Kowai Douwa - Cinderella (TBS, 1999)
• Shoushimin Kane (CX, 1999)
• Another Heaven Eclipse (ANB, 2000, Episodes 6,7,8)
• Gekka no Kishi (ANB, 2000)
• Hanamura Daisuke (KTV, 2000)
• Wakareru Futari no Jikenbo (ANB, 2000, Episode 7)
• Seigi no Shichiya Momonori - Tomoko no Jikenbo (CX, 2000)
• Koko dake no hanashi~ haigo no onna~ (ANB, 2001)
• G-Taste ~Kyoushi Mizukoshi Sayaka~ (ANB, 2001)
• Shin Omizu no Hanamichi (CX, 2001)
• Love & Fight (TBS, 2001)
• Morning Musume New Spring Love Stories - Toki o Kakeru (TBS, 2002)
• Yo ni mo Kimyou na Monogatari ’02 Haru Tokubetsu hen Mushi Geimu (CX, 2002)
• Kamen Rider Ryuki (ANB, 2002, Episodes 22, 23)
• Kaiki File 2~ Senrozoi no Apaato (YTV, 2002)
• Hot Man (TBS, 2003, Episodes 4,5,6)
• Team4 (CX, 2003)
• Hikeshiya Komachi (NHK, 2004)
• Fantazumu: Noroi no Yado (NHK, 2004)
• Chi Ato (TBS, 2004)
• Chushingura (ANB, 2004, Episode 1)
• Oooku Dai Isshou (CX, 2004, Episode 7)
• Otouto (ANB, 2004)
• F2-X (CX, 2004)
• Yasashii Jikan (CX, 2005)
• Astro Kyuudan (TV ASAHI, 2005)
• Nihon no Rekishi – Oda Nobunaga hen (CX, 2005)
• Oooku Daiisshou Special (CX, 2005)
• Shichinin no Onna Bengoshi (TV ASAHI, 2006, Episode 8)
• Kekkon Dekinai Otoko (KTV, 2006, Episode 11)
• Delicious Gakuin (TV TOKYO, 2007)
• Ururun (TBS - 8/19/2007)
• Sunshine Days (Kanagawa TV, 2007)
• Tadashii Oujisama no Tsukuri Kata (TV TOKYO, 2008)
• Koi no Paradura (2008, Episode 8)

Movies

• Usagi - 1998
• Tennen Shoujo Mahn Next (1999) - Yuuya Narugi
• Muscle Heat - 2002
• Yume Oikakete (Chasing After a Dream) - 2003
• 紀雄の部屋 - 2004
• Touch - 2005
• Parazoku~ Parapara janai ka - 2006
• The Prince of Tennis - 2006 (as Sasabe's friends - appeared first in the film)
• Sakugoe - 2007
• 僕らの方程式 - 2008

Plays

• Oni to Hito to (2000)
• Mother Courage and her Children (2005)
• Watashi wa Obasan ni Natte ‘ru !? (2006)
• Funny Bunny (2007)
• Switch wo Osu Toki: Kimi wa Naze Ikiteiru ‘n Da?~ (2006 & 2007)
• Aru Hi, Bokura Wa Yume No Naka De Deau (2007)
• Jisoku 246 (2008)
• Kuchuu Blanco (2008)
• Every Little Thing (2008)
• The Doctor and Tarou's Strange Love (September/October 2008)

Trivia
• He is a long time fan of *pnish*, the 4-man theatre troupe which includes in its ranks fellow TeniMyu and BuriMyu actors Eiji Moriyama and Yuichi Tsuchiya. He has designed a t-shirt for the group, had a birthday message featured in their happy*pnish*birthday4th Memorial Picture Book, and was quoted for coming up with the theme for their On5 performance.
• He has collaborated with fellow Tenimyu and Burimyu actor Yuichi Tsuchiya (Shuichiro Oishi and Gin Ichimaru) to create a shirt and two bags under the brand name "Decossam".
• His fans often refer to him with the nickname "Nagayan", which was bestowed upon him during his TeniMyu days by Kimeru.
• His cameo role in the Prince of Tennis movie was as one of Sasabe's friends in the beginning of the film.
• In September 2007 he teamed up with fellow actor and friend Yuichi Tsuchiya to perform in Aru Hi, Bokura wa Yume no Naka de Deau, co-starring Yuichi Nakamura (D-Boys) and Noriyoshi Tsumura (Modern Swimmers).



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Yoshitsugu Abe as Takashi Kawamura

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Sota Aoyama as Sadaharu Inui



Sōta Aoyama (青山草太) is a Japanese male actor. He is most known for his roles as Sadaharu Inui of the first generation Seigaku cast of the Prince of Tennis musical series, Tenimyu, and as Kaito Toma, the human host of Ultraman Max in the 2005 Ultraman Max series.

Biography
Date of birth: 1979-09-17
Hometown: Shimane, Chugoku, Japan
Blood type: A
Hobbies: bicycling (road race); boxing
Skills & Abilities: kendo (1st grade); reflexology (foot); skiing; soccer (goal keeper)

Stage Roles

TENIMYU: THE PRINCE OF TENNIS MUSICAL SERIES (as Sadaharu Inui)

• The Prince of Tennis Musical (2003)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine (2003-2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 1st (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Side Fudomine ~Special Match~ (In Winter of 2004-2005)

Filmography

• "Holyland" (2005) (mini) TV Series, as Shinichi Kaneda
• "Ultraman Max" (2005) TV Series, as Kaito Toma
• "Watashi ga Watashi de Aru Tame ni" (2006) as Tonomura Kazuki
• Death Note (film) (2006) as Detective Tota Matsuda
• Death Note: The Last Name (2006) as Detective Tota Matsuda
• "Kaiki Daisakusen - Second File" (2007) (mini) TV Series
• "Natsu Kumo Agare" (2007) TV Series

Trivia

• Sota appeared in Kimeru's music video of Timeless alongside fellow Tenimyu cast members Eiji Takigawa and Naoya Gomoto.

Official Blog: http://playlog.jp/sota/blog/


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Eiji Moriyama as Takeshi Momoshiro



Eiji Moriyama (森山栄治) is a Japanese stage actor and seiyū. Moriyama is also a member of the entertainment group *pnish*. He is best known for his stage works as Takeshi Momoshiro of the first generation Seigaku cast of the Prince of Tennis musical series, Tenimyu, and as Renji Abarai in Rock Musical BLEACH series.

Acting Roles

Theatre


TENIMYU: THE PRINCE OF TENNIS MUSICAL SERIES (as Takeshi Momoshiro)

• The Prince of Tennis Musical (2003)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine (2003-2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 1st (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Side Fudomine ~Special Match~ (In Winter of 2004-2005)

Rock Musicals BLEACH (as Renji Abarai)

• Rock Musical Bleach
• Rock Musical Bleach: Saien
• Rock Musical Bleach: The Dark of the Bleeding Moon
• Rock Musical Bleach: Live Bankai Show 001
• Rock Musical Bleach: No Clouds in the Blue Heavens
• Rock Musical Bleach: The All
• Rock Musical Bleach: Live Bankai Show Code 002

Cinema

• The Prince of Tennis (film) (2006) as Genichirou Sanada
• Waterboys (film) (2001) as captain of the basketball team

Voice Acting

Anime

• Dr. Rin ni Kiitemite! (TV) as Kanzaki Koumi
• Eyeshield 21 (TV) as Koutarou (ep 43)
• Good Morning Call (OAV) as Uehara Hisashi
• The Prince of Tennis (series & OVAs) as Ibu Shinji
• The Prince of Tennis: Atobe's Gift (movie) as Ibu Shinji

Trivia
• He is the seiyuu (voice actor) of Ibu Shinji in all the Prince of Tennis anime - that's why the fans/ audiences at the DreamLive 1st made a fuss in him imitating Ibu Shinji's 'SUNMASON' (his was of saying sumimasen)

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Naoya Gomoto as Kaoru Kaidoh



Naoya Gomoto (郷本 直也, born 25 April 1980 in Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese actor and singer.

• He is 186cm (approx. 6feet and 1inch) tall and weigh 70kg.
• His hobbies includes walking, shopping, bicycle and motorcycle and also sleeping.
• He plays guitar and piano. He also plays basketball.
• His favourite foods are ice-cream, pudding, BBQ meat and chicken noodles.

He played Shūhei Hisagi in Rock Musical BLEACH. He also played Kaoru Kaidoh in The Prince of Tennis musical series, Tenimyu, as part of the first generation Seigaku cast. He also did voice work for Eyeshield 21.

Television Works

• 幸せ咲いた (Happiness it bloomed)

Animation

• Eyeshield 21 - Seijuro Shin

Musical

TENIMYU: THE PRINCE OF TENNIS MUSICAL SERIES (as Kaoru Kaidoh)

• The Prince of Tennis Musical (2003)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Remarkable 1st Match Fudomine (2003-2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 1st (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Side Fudomine ~Special Match~ (In Winter of 2004-2005)

Rock Musical BLEACH

• Rock Musical BLEACH: Bankai Show Code 001 - Shūhei Hisagi
• Rock Musical BLEACH: No Clouds in the Blue Heaven - Shūhei Hisagi

Other stage work

• Switch!
• GO!BANG!BANK!
• Kiss Me You~がんばったシンプー達へ~
• 同期の桜
• 11人いる!
• 自由という名のレール
• パリアッチ

Trivia


Gomoto appeared in Kimeru's Timeless music video alongside fellow Tenimyu members Sota Aoyama and Eiji Takigawa.

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Yuya Endo as Ryoma Echizen



Yuya Endo (遠藤雄弥) is a Japanese actor and singer. He is known most notably for his role as Ryoma Echizen in the Prince of Tennis musical series, Tenimyu. He is also part of a young men's stage acting troupe, D-Boys, which perform in various skit-like performances, and is currently the group's leader.

The D-boys have also starred in their own drama documentary variety series called, DD-Boys in which Endo has appeared in every episodes as himself because the skits revolve around Endo playing himself with fellow D-Boys member, Kotaro Yanagi also playing himself, as they try to live in the D-house while the other D-Boys drop by. The show was 23 episodes long and ran from 10 April to 25 September 2006.

As Ryoma Echizen in The Prince of Tennis Musicals

Endo was brought into the Prince of Tennis musicals series, Tenimyu, as a replacement for fellow D-Boy member Kotaro Yanagi, who had been injured in a car accident, as the main protagonist Ryoma Echizen. Prior to his casting, J-pop singer Kimeru, who was playing the role of Shusuke Fuji, had filled as Echizen for a show. Endo made his debut as Echizen during the Dream Live 1st concert and would play the role while Yanagi was recovering. He also shared the role of Ryoma with Yanagi after his recovery in two shows: Side Fudomine ~Special Match~ and Dream Live 2nd; Endo did all of the dance and tennis match choreography while Yanagi did stand still scenes due to his injuries. During his run in the musicals, Endo was able to work with other fellow D-Boys members Masaki Kaji, Hiroki Suzuki, Osamu Adachi, Hirofumi Araki, Masato Wada, and former member Yuu Shirota.

On 4 May 2005, after the final performance for the Dream Live 2nd concert, Yuya graduated from his role. Yanagi would carry on as Echizen with the second generation Seigaku cast.

Filmography
Year Title
1998 Yasha
1998 Minimoni de Bremen no Ongaku-tai
2000 Juvenile
2004 L' Amant
2005 Hice Cool
2005 Gakkou no Kaidan
2005 Ichiritoru no Namida (One Litre of Tears)
2005 Rocket Boys
2006 Drift
2006 The Hit Parade
2006 Medaka
2006 Nodame Cantabile
2007 First Kiss
2008 Atsu-hime
2008 Nodame Canatbile SPECIAL
2008 Isshun no Kaze ni Nare

Stage

• March 21st to April 1st, 2007 in the Out of Order Live Entertainment Show

D-BOYS

• June 3rd to June 10th, 2007 as a regular performer in the D-BOYS STAGE Musical

Musicals

TENIMYU: THE PRINCE OF TENNIS MUSICAL SERIES (as Ryoma Echizen)

• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 1st (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: More Than Limit St. Rudolph Gakuen (2004)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Side Fudomine ~Special Match~ (shared the role with a returning Kotaro Yanagi) (In Winter of 2004-2005)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Side Yamabuki feat. St. Rudolph (In Winter of 2004-2005)
• The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 2nd (he again shared the role with Yanagi) (2005)

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Yusuke Ishibashi as Satoshi Horio

Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kachiro Kato

Masaru Hotta as Katsuo Mizuno

Ichinen Trio


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Yukio Ueshima as Nanjiroh Echizen

He is the Director of the The Prince of Tennis Musical, also known as "TeniPuri Musical," "Tenimyu," or "GekiPuri" (Stage Prince)... And always from the very beginning of the Musical he played Nanjiroh Echizen.





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Fudomine Middle School (市立不動峰中学校, Fudōmine Chūgakkō), or Fudomine for short, is a fictional middle school in the popular tennis anime/manga, Prince of Tennis. It's the only public school among those who appear in the series, all the others being private.

YOH as Kippei Tachibana


Yuki Fujiwara as Akira Kamio


Shun Takagi as Masaya Sakurai


Ryōsei Konishi as Shinji Ibu
Ryōsei Konishi (小西 遼生, Konishi Ryōsei), né Hiroki Konishi (小西 大樹, Konishi Hiroki), is an actor and seiyū, born on 20 February 1982 in Tokyo, Japan.

Works

TV drama


* GARO (Kōga Saejima)

TV anime

* Sugar Sugar Rune (Pierre)
* School Rumble (Ōji Karasuma)

Theatre

* The Prince of Tennis Musical (Shinji Ibu)
* Hunter × Hunter Musical (Kuroro Lucifer)

Video Game

* Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors (Dean)



Mamoru Miyano as Tetsu Ishida
Mamoru Miyano (宮野 真守, born 8 June 1983 in Saitama, Japan) is a male seiyū and actor. He is represented by Gekidan Himawari. Miyano's blood type is B, and he is 185cm in height and weighs 58 kg.

At the first Seiyu Awards, Miyano earned two nominations for portraying Light Yagami in Death Note: "Best Main Character (male)" and "Best Rookie (male)"; for that role, he was awarded 'best voice actor' in 2008 by the Tokyo International Anime Fair. Since March of 2007, he officially became a member of the Neoromance events held by the Japanese game company Koei, by voicing Aoi Kaji in Kiniro no Corda 2 PS game. The event was held in Yokohama, Japan, named as Seisou Gakuen Event.

He won the "Best Main Character (male)" award at the second Seiyu Awards in 2008 for his portrayal of Setsuna F. Seiei.

Notable roles

TV anime


* A15 series - Naoto Ooizumi
* Hit wo Nerae!
* Love Love?
* Alice Academy - Noda-sensei
* Antique Bakery - Eiji Kanda
* Bakkyū Hit! Crash Bedaman - Joe Fukairi
* Buzzer Beater - Yoshimune (young)
* D.Gray-Man - Chaoji Han
* Death Note - Light Yagami
* Dragonaut -The Resonance- - Asim
* El Cazador de la Bruja - L.A.
* Eyeshield 21 - Haruto Sakuraba
* Eureka Seven - Moondoggie
* Get Ride! AMDriver - Fey Karn
* Hakushaku to Yōsei - Ulysses
* Jinki:EXTEND - Kouse
* Koutetsu Sangokushi - Rikuson Hakugen
* Mobile Suit Gundam 00 - Setsuna F. Seiei
* Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Second Season - Setsuna F. Seiei
* Ōkiku Furikabutte - Riou Nakazawa
* Ouran High School Host Club - Tamaki Suou
* Rental Magica - Fin Cruda
* Shin Megami Tensei D Children: Light & Dark - Akira
* Skip Beat! - Shō Fuwa
* Soul Eater - Death the Kid
* Sōkyū no Fafner: RIGHT OF LEFT ~single program~ - Ryō Masaoka
* Suzuka - Kazuki Tsuda
* Tokimeki Memorial Only Love - Riku Aoba
* Vampire Knight - Zero Kiryu, Ichiru Kiryu
* Wolf's Rain - Kiba
* World Destruction - Kyrie Irunisu
* Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX - Abidos the Third
* Zipang - Katsutoshi Hayashibara

OVA

* Mobile Suit Gundam SEED C.E. 73: Stargazer - Shams Couza (Episode 3)
* Hit wo Nerae! - Naoto Ooizumi
o Love Love? - Naoto Ooizumi
* Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle TOKYO REVELATIONS - Kamui

Theater Animation

* Bionicle: Mask of Light - Takua Takanuva
* Stranger -Mukoh Hadan- - unconfirmed role

[edit] Video games

* Dragon Shadow Spell - Kaito Amane, Shuki Amane
* Eureka Seven: TR2:NEW VISION - Moondoggie
* Kingdom Hearts Series - Riku
o Kingdom Hearts
o Kingdom Hearts II
o Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
* Kiniro no Corda 2 - Aoi Kaji
* Ouran High School Host Club - Tamaki Suou
* Star Ocean: The First Departure - Ratix Farrence
* Summon Night Craft Sword Monogatari: Hajimari no Ishi - Jade
* Tales of Vesperia - Flynn Scifo
* Trouble Fortune: Company☆Happy Cure - Shū Kunisaki
* World Destruction - Kyrie Irunisu

Dubbing roles

* Harry Potter series - Percy Weasley
* Les Choristes - Mondain
* E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial - Tyler
* White Fang - Jack Conroy
* Jumong (TV series) - Jumong
* Caitlin's Way - Griffen Lowe
* Bionicle: Mask of Light - Takua Takanuva

Drama CDs

* Vampire Knight - Zero Kiryu
* Ouran High School Host Club - Tamaki Suou
* Dolls - Seiju Shikibu
* Kiniro no Corda Series - Aoi Kaji
o Kiniro no Corda 2 ~ VIVACE
o Kiniro no Corda) 2 ~ 絹雲のレガート

Vocal CDs

* Koutetsu Sangokushi ED Single
* Ouran High School Host Club Tamaki character song

Live-action roles

* The Prince of Tennis Musicals - Tetsu Ishida
* The Prince of Tennis (film) - Renji Yanagi







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St. Rudolph (私立聖ルドルフ学院中学校,) is a school in the popular anime/manga series, Prince of Tennis. They first appear in the Tokyo Prefectural Tournament Arc and face Seishun in the quarterfinals. The school itself only recruits students who are gifted at tennis and they only practice together once a week. The teams uniform is a white shirt with brown (same as the jackets), brown shorts, and brown warm-up pants.



Hidemasa Shiozawa as Hajime Mizuki
Hidemasa Shiozawa (塩澤英真) is a Japanese actor, singer. He was born in Tokyo.

Musical
Tenimyu: THE PRINCE OF TENNIS MUSICAL SERIES

* The Prince of Tennis Musical: More Than Limit - Mizuki Hajime
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 2nd - Mizuki Hajime
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: The Imperial Match Hyotei Gakuen - Mizuki Hajime

TV
Drama:


* Egao no Housoku
* Water Boys
* Lion sensei



KENN as Yuta Fuji
KENN, born Ken'ichirō Ōhashi (大橋 賢一郎) is a Japanese singer, seiyū and stage actor who was born on 24 March 1982, in Tokyo. He made his debut as voice actor 2004 in the Japanese anime Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX in Japan) as Judai Yuki, the protagonist of the series and his most known role. He also performed in the musical adaptation of the popular sports anime The Prince of Tennis as Yuta Fuji, the younger brother of Seigaku's Shusuke Fuji. He was the vocalist of the J-Rock band The NaB's.

Voice roles

* Air Gear (Kazu)
* Digimon Savers (Kouki)
* Katekyo Hitman Reborn! (Dino)
* Yonna in the Solitary Fortress (Garuda)
* Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (Judai Yuki)
* Gyakuten Saiban 4 (Housuke Odoroki) (Promotional video only)
* The Tower of Druaga: the Aegis of Uruk (Jil)

Stage Appearances

TENIMYU: THE PRINCE OF TENNIS MUSICAL SERIES (as Yuta Fuji)

* The Prince of Tennis Musical: More than Limit St. Rudolph (2004)
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: Side Yamabuki feat. St.Rudolph (In Winter of 2004-2005)
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 2nd (2005)
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: The Imperial Match Hyotei (guest) (2005)
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: The Imperial Match Hyotei in Winter (In Winter of 2005-2006)

Musical Air Gear (as Kazu)

* Musical Air Gear (2007)
* Musical Air Gear: Musical Air Gear vs. Bacchus Super Range Remix (2007)



Kenji Aoki as Yoshirou Akazawa


Mitsuyoshi Shinoda as Shinya Yanagisawa
Mitsuyoshi Shinoda (篠田光亮 born 1 October 1981) is a Japanese actor. He was born in Kanagawa prefecture, and was used to be a member of a singer group "JackJack", which was disbanded due to a scandal involving another member.

Television drama

* "Lipstick" (1999, Fuji-TV) Regular
* "Fly"(2000, NHK)
* Cosmos Angel (2002, 東海-TV) 4 Appearances
* Dame na ri (2004, Yomiuri TV)

Television program

* Pro of ?? (2003, Yomiuri TV)

Movie

* AKIBA
* The Prince of Tennis Live Action Movie
* Pray
* Twilight File

Game

* SIREN (PS2, Japanese version)
* SIREN2 (PS2, Japanese version)

Commercials

* ACOM Co. LTD
* NTTDoCoMo Mobile Phones
* Sapporo Cup Star (Sanyo Foods)
* Final Fantasy XII (Square Enix)   
* McDonald's
* Yanlon Tea
* Kurearashiru?

Music video

* SNOW DANCE(1999, DREAMS COME TRUE)

Theater

* Getten
* Soldier of Fourtnue
* Musical "The Prince of Tennis" More Than Limit feat. St Rudolph (as Yanagisawa Shinya)
* Musical "The Prince of Tennis" in winter 2004-2005 side Yamabuki feat. St Rudolph (as Yanagisawa Shinya)
* Angela - Princess of Pirates (as Ramon)
* bambino(as Ken)
* Club Gold Zipang
* bambino+ (as Ken)
* Memory's
* Musical "The Prince of Tennis" Dream Live 4th
* bambino2(due) (as Ken)
* Sukedachi
* Musical Shounen Onmyouji


Ryosuke Kato as Atsushi Kisarazu


Yuki Ohtake as Ichirou Kaneda





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Yamabuki Middle School (私立山吹中学校) is a national caliber tennis team in the manga and anime Prince of Tennis. They first appear in the semi-finals of the Prefecturals Tournament Arc, facing Fudomine Middle School. They easily beat Fudomine because some of the members of the Fudomine team were in a car wreck before the match. They then play Seishun Academy Middle School. Seishun beats them with a match score of 3-1. They then advance to the Kantou tournament, but lose to Fudomine in the quarterfinals. They still win 5th place, getting them into Nationals, but they lose in the early rounds. Yamabuki's uniforms are green jackets with yellow stripes with hoods (Fudomine is the only other school to have hoods), shirts also the same design, white shorts, and green warm-up pants.

JURI as Jin Akutsu


Yuki Kawakubo as Taichi Dan


Hiroshi Yazaki as Kentarou Minami


Iori Hayashi as Masami Higashikata


Takahiko Yanagisawa as Muromachi Toji


Masato Wada as Kiyosumi Sengoku

Masato Wada (和田 正人) is a Japanese actor and singer. He is known most notably for his role as Sengoku Kiyosumi in The Prince of Tennis musical series, Tenimyu (and making a cameo in the Prince of Tennis live action film adaptation). He is also part of a young men's stage acting troupe, D-Boys, which perform in various skit-like performances.

He has appeared in a various number of TV shows.
Wada portrayed the real-life Keijiro Yamashita, in the TV drama special, The Hit Parade, starring fellow D-Boys members Yuu Shirota, Masaki Kaji, Hiroki Suzuki, Hirofumi Araki, Yuya Endo and Koji Seto. The show aired May 26, 2006 on Fuji TV.

On 1 January, 2007, Wada appeared on the 44th annual broadcast of the Secret New Years' Performance Tournament's "Chinese Lion Dance" segment, with fellow D-Boys members Yuya Endo, Masaki Kaji, Hiroki Suzuki and former D-Boys member, Yuuma Minakawa.

As Sengoku Kiyosumi in The Prince of Tennis Musicals
In 2005, Wada won the role of Sengoku Kiyosumi, the "lucky" 3rd year regular of Yamabuki Middle School's tennis club in the Prince of Tennis musical series, Tenimyu. From 2005 to 2006, he became the first and only actor to play Sengoku. He made his debut on January 8, 2005 in the Side Yamabuki performance in Osaka. The musical marked his first major debut on stage. During his run in the musicals, he was able to work with fellow D-Boys members Yuya Endo, Kotaro Yanagi, Masaki Kaji, Hiroki Suzuki, Hirofumi Araki, Osamu Adachi, Tomo Yanagishita, Koji Seto, Tetsuya Makita, and former member Yuu Shirota. His last musical appearance as Sengoku was the Imperial Match Hyotei Gakuen, which ran from December 19, 2005 to January 2, 2006. He did, however, make an appearance in the fourth Dream Live concert in 2007.

As Kintarou Tooyama in The Prince of Tennis Live-Action Film
Wada wasn't able to carry on his role as Sengoku Kiyosumi from the musicals to the live-adaptation film of the manga series, because the character of Sengoku doesn't appear in the film, The Prince of Tennis; however, he was able to make a small cameo in the film as Kintarou Tooyama, a member of Seigaku's rival team, Shintenhouji. The cameo appearance marked Wada's first film debut.

The Prince of Tennis was released on May 13th, 2006 and opened in the tenth spot in the Japanese Box Office.

Filmography
Year Title
2006 The Prince of Tennis Kintarou Tooyama
2006 DD-BOYS as Himself Appears in Episodes 1-2, 6, 14, 20-23
2006 The Hit Parade
2006 Fushin no toki -Woman Wars-
2006 Damens Walker
2007 Konshuu, Tsuma ga Uwaki Shimasu
2007 Shigeshoshi

Stage

* March 21, March 23, and March 26, 2007 as a guest performer in the Out of Order Live Entertainment Show

Musicals

TENIMYU: THE PRINCE OF TENNIS MUSICAL SERIES (as Sengoku Kiyosumi)

* The Prince of Tennis Musical: Side Yamabuki feat. St. Rudolph (In Winter of 2004-2005)
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 2nd (2005)
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: The Imperial Match Hyotei Gakuen (2005)
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: The Imperial Match Hyotei Gakuen in Winter (In Winter of 2005-2006)
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 4th (2007)
* The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 4th ~Extra~ (2007)

Plays

* April 2005 in Putting a Ribbon on the Little Box of Dreams
* June 4 and June 7, 2007 as a guest performer in the D-BOYS STAGE Musical
* July 10 to July 31, 2007 in the Watanabe special Musical The Hit Parade



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