"Marriage Fantasy" and "Dating in March." Above, a Shōchiku Revue couple as ideal postwar newlyweds in 1950; the feature article also included photographs of another couple in a Japanese-style wedding ceremony. Opposite, the 1990 Takarazuka "golden combination" of otokoyaku Ichiro Maki and musumeyaku Murasaki Tomo out on a "date." From "Kekkon fuantajii" (1950:[4]) and Takarazuka Gurafu (1990).

From Takarazuka: sexual politics and popular culture in modern Japan by Jennifer Robertson

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  • Figure 23. "Marriage Fantasy" and "Dating in March." Above, a Shōchiku Revue couple as ideal postwar newlyweds in 1950; the feature article also included photographs of another couple in a Japanese-style wedding ceremony. Opposite, the 1990 Takarazuka "golden combination" of otokoyaku Ichiro Maki and musumeyaku Murasaki Tomo out on a "date." From "Kekkon fuantajii" (1950:[4]) and Takarazuka Gurafu (1990).