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Kamakari Kenta and Yuria Haga Surprised Fans with Marriage Report

When the King has finally met his Queen, marriage is the proof of strengthening their bond. Kamakari Kenta (Tenimyu) and Yuria Haga (Kamen Rider 555) surprised fans by announcing that they got married at 9:00 AM today thru their respective blogs.

Stage play actor, Kamakari Kenta (33) and tokusatsu actress Haga Yuria (29) finally tied the knot in marriage. As they wrote an entry in their blogs, Kamakari wrote in his blog that through Haga's gentle personality she has supported him in pain or hardship. He also mentioned that he would like to have a "family full of smiles."

On the other hand, Haga wrote in her blog that she has married the former whom she had been dating. Also, she complimented him by saying that she has been saved a lot by his bright smiles and that they will share difficulties and happiness together as they build a warm family.

Both parties were very thankful to those people who kept on supporting them and continued encouraging them as they go on to the next chapter of their life.

Kamakari Kenta started his acting career in 2005 as Uesugi Shinji in THE☆BUSAIKU followed by the role of Shishido Ryo in The Prince of Tennis Musicals. His other notable roles are Minami Itsuki in Musical Air Gear and Seiya is Super Musical Saint Seiya and currently playing the role of Trichronika's Shu☆zo in Live Musical SHOW BY ROCK!! ~THE FES Ⅱ-Thousand XVⅡ~.

Meanwhile, Haga Yuria is known for her role in Kamen Rider series such as Sonoda Mari in Kamen Rider 555, Suzuki Mio/Pearlshell Fangire in Kamen Rider Kiva and Yuki in Kamen Rider Decade. She was currently playing the role of the Makai Priestess Kagome in the new Garo spin-off series ZERO-Dragon Blood.

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    Musical by Hideki Mitsui and YĆ«ji Mitsuya
    The Prince of Tennis Musical, also known as "TeniPuri Musical," or "Tenimyu,", is a series of live action stage musicals directed by Yukio Ueshima based on manga series The Prince of Tennis - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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