Touken Ranbu：The Musical The 5th anniversary “Kotobuki Ranbuongyokusai”
Important Notice Regarding Performers
Our most sincere thanks for your continued support of Touken Ranbu：The Musical .
With regards to Haruki Kiyama, who plays Tomoegata Naginata in Touken Ranbu：The Musical The 5th anniversary “Kotobuki Ranbuongyokusai”, he was diagnosed with allergic bronchial asthma after being examined by a doctor due to feeling unwell.
Mr. Kiyama is currently recovering and able to return to a more normal daily life, but in view of the COVID-19 pandemic,
and after discussions regarding the issue with the director, as well as planners, producer, Mr. Kiyama himself, his agency, the production committee,
Mr. Kiyama decided it would be difficult to participate in rehearsals and live performances if he was not fully healthy.
Therefore, his appearances in all 19 performances starting from January 9 (Sat) at the Tokyo Garden Theater have been cancelled.
We sincerely apologize for causing any worries to any guests who have been looking forward to watching the musical.
The cast and staff intend to take Mr. Kiyama's sentiments on as their own and do their best day by day.
We hope that you will continue to support Touken Ranbu：The Musical.
December 28, 2020
Touken Ranbu：The Musical Production Committee
I apologize for any concerns and inconveniences caused to our visitors, as well as people involved in the play, who were looking forward to the performance.
I wasn't feeling well, so I received PCR and influenza testing, as well as blood tests, a physicial examination, and a CT scan. All virus tests were negative, but the doctors concluded
with a diagnosis of allergic bronchial asthma.
Although I can move and work without any special limitations, I was asked to refrain from engaging in performances requiring vigorous exercise until I am better.
Even in my current condition, I'm truly grateful about having been able to work in a wonderful environment, embraced by the thoughtfulness of the director, choreographer, production, and production committee members and the love of the company who thought about arranging my appearance through much trial and error.
However, performing while sick could cause even more trouble to my dear friends and the company, and above all, I want to entertain our visitors while being 100% myself, so I decided to call off my appearances in the show.
I'm incredibly sorry to everyone who was looking forward to it. I promise I will come back super healthy, so please wait until then!
With giant love,