Person Name Nakamura Tomijūrō V
Alternate Names Bandō Tsurunosuke IV (Earlier stage name) ,
Ichimura Takenojō VI (Earlier stage name) ,
Watanabe Hajime (Birth name)
Gender Male
Cultural Identity Japanese
Country(ies) of Residence Japan
Birth Date June 4, 1929
Death Date Unknown
Dates Active Unknown
Genre Specialization(s) Kabuki
Geographic Affiliations Osaka (Japan)
Notes Character types: Male leads (tachiyaku); old male roles (fukeyaku). Group affiliations: Ten'nōjiya. A good dancer. Nakamura Tomijūrō V is the first son of Nakamura Tomijūrō IV. He first appeared on stage as Bandō Tsurunosuke IV at Osaka Naka Theatre in August, 1943 and he took the name Ichimura Takenojō VI at the Kabuki Theatre in April, 1964. Then he took the name Nakamura Tomijūrō IV at the Kabuki Theatre in September, 1972. He was designated a Living National Treasure in 1994.

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Associated Productions 2000Jan02, Shimbashi embujō, Benten musume meo no shiranami