Person Name Mimasuya Sukejūrō II
Alternate Names Sanjō Kametarō (Earlier stage name) ,
Sukehana (Pen or literary name) ,
Mimasuya Sukejuurou (Alternate spelling)
Gender Male
Cultural Identity Japanese
Country(ies) of Residence Japan
Birth Date January 1, 1730 - December 31, 1739
Death Date Unknown
Genre Specialization(s) Kabuki
Geographic Affiliations Edo (Japan) (historic region)
Notes Character types: young female roles (waka onnagata), male leads (tachiyaku). Mimasuya Sukejuro II was a student of Sanjo Kantaro II, who named him Sanjo Kametaro, and played a young boy role (iroko) at Morita Theater. He became waka onnagata in 1754 and played a male lead in 1767. It's unknown what happened after he palyed at Nakamura Theater in 1772 (November). He was good at wagoto, jitsugoto, and kyokaku. His son is Ichikawa Danjuro III.

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