Important News About Touken Ranbu：The Musical “Kosui sanka no yuki” Tokyo Performance
We sincerely thank you for supporting Touken Ranbu：The Musical “Kosui sanka no yuki”.
As for our 15 planned Tokyo performances at TOKYO DOME CITY on March 4th (Fri) to March 13th (Sun), after many conferences with the production committee, the producers, and the creator planners, we will take our various circumstances into account and change our casting in the same manner as the Osaka performances.
We are very sorry for the late notice, and we would like to extend our sincere apologies to everyone who was excited to attend.
Furthermore, as for Mr. Yusuke Takemoto, the actor for Nansen Ichimonji, whose health deteriorated during the Osaka performances, his hospital diagnosis showed that the bruises he received onstage are temporary and will not take a turn for the worse. With all this said, the Tokyo performances will resume without postponement.
In the musical part in Part 1, Mr. Yuya Hyodo, an ensemble cast member and understudy, will fill in for the role of Koryuu Kagemitsu while dressed in black, and Mr. Kohei Nagata will only perform onstage with his voice.
Mr. Hyodo's role as an ensemble cast member will be filled by Mr. Haruki Ito.
For the second live singing section, Mr. Nagata will come on stage to sing, performing in a way that will not add stress to his injury. Koryuu Kagemitsu's role will be filled by Mr. Ryota Ono and Mr. Ryouji Sugiyama.
However, songs that are difficult for Mr. Nagata or his fill-ins to carry out will be performed without Koryuu Kagemitsu as 5-man numbers, with Mr. Nagata singing from offstage.
Also, ensemble cast member Mr. Masaki Konosu will not be performing, so his performing parts in Part 1 and Part 2 will be adjusted accordingly.
Although we are not in a perfect state, everyone in the company is doing their best to make our performances the best they possibly can.
Furthermore, there will be no refunds on tickets for these changed performances, and we ask for everyone's understanding on this matter.
We apologize for worrying and bothering everyone many times over, and we sincerely appreciate everyone's understanding.
February 28th, 2022
Touken Ranbu: The Musical Production Committee