‘Haikyuu’ stage actor Tsuwabuki Toshi ties the knot with stage actress and artist Momona

Written by: Allysa Malicdem | Published on: July 10, 2021 at 9:30 PM PHT (GMT+8)

(c) Momona's Twitter page (@artistmomo73)
(c) Momona's Twitter page (@artistmomo73)

The official Twitter and Instagram account of ‘Haikyuu’ stage actor Tsuwabuki Toshi has posted on Saturday a letter by the newly-wed couple announcing their marriage. The wedding took place on July 7, on the same day as the Tanabata Festival in Japan.

To all the important people who always support us,
We report that Shun Tsubaki and Momona got married on July 7, 2021.
At first glance, I thought, “I’m going to be a family with this person.”
We love people’s laughing faces more than anyone else. I have been working with the desire to make many people smile. That’s why we strongly wanted to make our home a place where we couldn’t stop laughing.
I was convinced that we would be able to make up for the shortcomings and build a happy family supporting each other any time and decided to take a big step toward marriage.
We are with the support of everyone.
We are still immature, but we will continue to work hard so that we can carry out activities that make everyone smile more than ever.
We look forward to your continued guidance and encouragement.

Japanese stage actress and singer Momona also posted some photos on her Instagram page of this significant milestone.

Born on December 28, 1998 in Hirataka, Osaka, Japan, Tsuwabuki Toshi started playing the role of Haikyuu’s Sakusa Kiyoomi in 2019 for the run of “Hyper Projection Engeki Haikyuu!! Hishou (Fly High). To date, this was his only Haikyuu stage play appearance.


Born on July 10, 1994 in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, Momona is a Japanese singer, dancer, choreographer and actress. She attended and graduated from Hyogo Prefectural Takarazuka Kita High School Department of Drama and Toho Gakuen College of Arts Department of Drama. In 2017, she played the role of “Anne” in the musical “Anne of Green Gables” performed at the Tokyo International Forum. She performed as Kyoko in the musical “Prison School” in 2018.


Congratulations and best wishes on the newly-wed couple!

Sources: Tsuwabuki Toshi Official Twitter | Momona (@artistmomn7) Instagram

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