Fantastical Musical "Valley of Xuanyao" / Show Stars "Ray –Stellar Light–"◇Tokyo Takarazuka Theater◇

"Valley of Xuanyao"
In around 800 B.C.E., the more powerful Kingdom of Zhou defeated Wen's leader, Ma Lan, in battle, and invaded the smaller state. Thus, the Wen people came under the rule of Zhou. This is the setting for our story, where General Guan Wu, a copiously battle-scarred warrior hailed as a hero in the expedition against Ma Lan's forces, and Dan Lizhen, a recently anointed aristocrat, set off for beautiful Yali. Lizhen, a hard-headed idealist, is ordered by the general, for whom he has the highest admiration, to search the Valley of Xuanyao, a sacred site for the Wen people. Nominally, the purpose of the mission is to root out the remnants of the Wen who still follow Ma Lan, but a secret proclamation by the King of Zhou sets the valley's gold as the objective. Lizhen, utterly unaware of the king's designs, one day comes upon the deer representing Liu Liliu. He follows the animal until he encounters a Wen man. Lizhen has found the Valley of Xuanyao! Along with the man, Lizhen also meets Tong Hua, a Wen woman and dancer. Unknown to Lizhen, however, is that these two people of Wen are about to alter the trajectory of his fate. Great ordeals followed by great hope await Lizhen, who for now remains loyal to the King of Zhou.
Makoto Rei and Hitomi Maisora lead the new Star troupe in this historical fantasy penned by Tamae Sha. You won't want to miss it!

"Ray –Stellar Light–"
Rays can come in the form of light and heat. This show represents the beginning of another era for the Star troupe with the emergence of the troupe's top star, Makoto Rei, and a fresh start led by a new top pair comprising herself and Hitomi Maisora. Rei will be a ray, radiating light along with her shining Star troupe members as they sing and dance with fervor upon the stage. In this show, the gorgeous songs and choreography are all designed around themes of beauty and light.


Mar.27-May.3 2020


Makoto Rei / Hitomi Maisora


SS Seat : 12,500
S Seat : 9,500
A Seat : 5,500
B Seat : 3,500
Unit: Japanese Yen (tax included)



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