Full Name: Sakamoto Shogo

Live action movie            : –

Live action dorama            : Hammer Session

Live action musical            : Prince of Tennis, Kuroshitsuji 1

With a shy smile and crispy voice, Sakamoto Shogo has been captivating a lot attention since he portrayed Echizen Ryoma in Prince of Tennis Musical. There had been many Ryomas I watched, but Shogo’s is quite different. Despite of showing arrogance prodigy, this Ryoma looks kind and sweet. Ah, Shogo!

Shogo was born in Nishinomiya, Hyogo Perfecture at June 13 1993. Well, they say that a Gemini is mostly adaptable. At the same time, he gets nervous easily, too. I think that’s why Shogo’s image never shows arrogance.

He’s currently working under Amuse *Ah, there are so many Amusers I wrote in this blog* He has not yet given leading role in dorama/movie, but I hope it’s just a matter of time. However, Shogo announced his “retirement” from showbiz in December 2011 to focus on his study.

I always admire actors who played musical. When you act on TV, you get “TAKE 2” or “TAKE 3”, but you don’t have any in musical. That’s why only great actor can make one show success. That’s why I salute Shogo for having such musicals’ experiences. The funny thing is that all his musical characters are supposed to be chibi (small), but Shogo is 170 cm tall * I can’t see how we could see him small* Lucky his fellow cast members are waaaaaaaaaaayyy too tall. When he portrayed Ciel Phantomhive, he acted with Matsushita Yuya who’s 180 cm. When he played Ryoma, all the Seigaku regulars are 180 above. huff


  • Gou~ Himetachi no Sengoku as Mori Rikimaru (NHK, 2011)

  • Hammer Session! as Yajima Kenta (TBS, 2010)
  • Sunao ni Narenakute as Matsushima Kenta (Fuji TV, 2010)
  • Aibou: Season 8 as Murakoshi Yoshiaki (TV Asahi, 2009, eps 6)
  • O Banzai as Hanazono Momotaro (TBS, 2007)
  • Koisuru Nichiyobi 3 as Himura Koki (TBS/BS-i, 2007)
  • Kakuker Karakuri (TBS, 2006), he plays the young character of Shigeaki Kato.
  • Jyoou no Kyoushitsu SP (NTV, 2006)


  • Prince of Tennis as Echizen Ryoma
  1. The Prince of Tennis Musical : The Progressive Match Higa Chuu feat. Rikkai (in winter of 2007-2008)
  2. The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 5th (2008)
  3. The Prince of Tennis Musical: The Imperial Presence Hyotei Gakuen feat. Higa Chuu (2008)
  4. The Prince of Tennis Musical: The Treasure Match Shitenhōji feat. Hyotei Gakuen (2008–2009)
  5. The Prince of Tennis Musical: Dream Live 6th (2009)


  • Honda Informercial (2006)
  • PlayStation 3 (2007)
  • KDDI Company (2007)


  • Shinchōsha [Nicola]
  • Junon April edition (Feb. 23, 2010)
  • Good Come Vol. 14 (March 2, 2010)
  • Visualboy Brush Vol. 7 (March 24, 2010)
  • Cool-up Vol. 28 (March 27, 2010)
  • Emugura Vol. 5 (31 March 2010)
  • Junon April edition (23 February 2010)
  • The Television Weekly- Released May 19
  • Junon July edition – Released May 22
  • Good Come Vol.15 – released June 2
  • Cast-Prix Zero Vol.11 – Released on June 3
  • Gyao Magazine July on edition – Released June 4
  • Cutie July edition- Released June 12


  • Narumiya International [Blue Cross]

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