Oogi has two sons, Tomotaro and Hirotaro. Both of them are kabuki actors, following in their father's path. She had long hoped to have daughters or granddaughters possibly to be a Takarazuka actress. Her wish for a granddaughter came true when her younger son begot a daughter in 2002.
Oogi's husband is notorious as a womanizer as he admits. Interviewed as to his love affair with a maiko exposed in a tabloid magazine in 2002, Oogi answered "I know that girl. She is intelligent and I favor her, too," adding "A husband not attractive to women would be boring."
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