Pharaoh no Haka
Promotional Poster
Musical by Morning Musume '17
Native title ファラオの墓
Engeki Joshibu Theater Chronology
Previous Nega Poji Poji (2016)
Next Television (2017)

Taiyou no Shinden Hen Promotional Poster


Sabaku no Tsuki Hen Promotional Poster

Pharaoh no Haka (ファラオの墓; Pharaoh's Tomb) is an Engeki Joshibu musical starring Morning Musume '17 and select members of Hello Pro Kenshuusei. It is an adaptation of the manga of the same name by Takemiya Keiko which was originally published from 1974 to 1976. The musical will run from June 2 to June 11, 2017 at Ikebukuro Sunshine Theater in Tokyo.

There are two performance patterns, Taiyou no Shinden Hen (太陽の神殿編; Temple of the Sun Version) and Sabaku no Tsuki Hen (砂漠の月編; Desert Moon Version), with a few of the roles double cast.


About 4000 years ago, Egypt entered an era of war. The small country of Esteria was destroyed by its powerful neighbor, Urjna, ruled by Pharaoh Sneferu.

Prince Sariokis of Esteria has hidden as a slave that would help build the "Pharaoh's Tomb", and his younger sister Princess Nilekia has hidden in the enemy country Urjna as a maid in a priest's house.

Then Sariokis meets Princess Ankesen in the Urjna Palace. Although they are attracted to each other upon first meeting, she is the fiancée of the enemy Sneferu. At the same time, Sneferu also meets Nilekia, and they fall in love, unaware of each other's identity.

Before long, Sariokis becomes known as the legendary warrior "Desert Hawk" and rallies together many tribes persecuted by Urjna to begin an advance on Sneferu's palace.

Sariokis and Ankesen, as well as Sneferu and Nilekia, trifle with destiny. These two loves are to be swallowed up by the storm of war.


T = role in Taiyou no Shinden Hen, S = role in Sabaku no Tsuki Hen

From Morning Musume '17
From Hello Pro Kenshuusei
From Engeki Joshibu
  • Shiotsuki Shuu as Priest Menep (メネプ神官; Menep-shinkan)
  • Ogi Kei as Minister Kes (ケス大臣; Kes-daijin)


  • Original Work: Pharaoh no Haka by Takemiya Keiko (published by Shogakukan)
  • Script: Shimizu Yuuki
  • Director: Ota Yoshinari
  • Music: Wada Shunsuke
  • Choreography: YOSHIKO
  • Producer: Niwa Tamon Andrew (BS-TBS)


Engeki Joshibu "Pharaoh no Haka" Original Soundtrack
Soundtrack by Morning Musume '17
Native title 演劇女子部「ファラオの墓」オリジナルサウンドトラック
Released June 2, 2017 (Venue)
July 12, 2017 (General)
Format CD

The original soundtrack for the musical will be released at the venue on June 2, 2017, and released for general sale on July 12, 2017.

The venue release comes with a bonus postcard of 3 types: Main (Sariokis and Sneferu), Mural A (Ankensen), or Mural B (Nilekia).[1]


  1. Itsuka Aeru Sono Hi Made (Sabaku no Tsuki ver) (いつか会えるその日まで (砂漠の月ver); Until the Day We Meet (Desert Moon ver)) - Sariokis, Nilekia
  2. Sabaku no Taka (Sabaku no Tsuki ver) (砂漠の鷹 (砂漠の月ver); Desert Hawk (Desert Moon ver)) - Sarai, Izai, Ali, Pavi, Yuta
  3. Ai Sae Areba (Taiyou no Shinden ver) (愛さえあれば (太陽の神殿ver); If There Is Love (Temple of the Sun ver)) - Sariokis, Ankensen
  4. Eien no Ai (Taiyou no Shinden ver) (永遠の愛 (太陽の神殿ver); Love for Eternity (Temple of the Sun ver)) - Sneferu, Nilekia
  5. Pharaoh no Haka (Full ver) (ファラオの墓; Pharaoh's Tomb) - All Cast



  • This is the second Engeki Joshibu musical in a row in which Morning Musume has starred alongside Shiotsuki Shuu.
  • Butai "Pharaoh no Haka" Navi, a special program showing rehearsals and cast members' thoughts, was broadcast on BS-TBS on May 28, 2017.[2] It was later officially uploaded onto YouTube, but would be removed after June 11.[3]



  • Pamphlet Visual
  • Fukumura Mizuki as Ankensen
  • Ikuta Erina as Marita
  • Iikubo Haruna as Nella
  • Ishida Ayumi as Sneferu
  • Ishida Ayumi as Saray
  • Sato Masaki as Yuta
  • Kudo Haruka as Sariokis
  • Kudo Haruka as Sneferu
  • Oda Sakura as Sariokis
  • Oda Sakura as Saray
  • Ogata Haruna as Zig
  • Nonaka Miki as Nilekia
  • Makino Maria as Ali
  • Haga Akane as Rue
  • Kaga Kaede as Isaiah
  • Yokoyama Reina as Pavi
  • Shiotsuki Shuu as Priest Menep
  • Ogi Kei as Minister Kes
  • Ishii Anna
  • Onoda Ayasa
  • Ichioka Reina
  • Takase Kurumi
  • Kiyono Momohime
  • Kawamura Ayano


External Links

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.