Person Name Ichikawa Danzō VI
Alternate Names Ichikawa Teruyo (Childhood name) ,
Ichikawa Sanzō I (Earlier stage name) ,
Ichikawa Momotarō I (Earlier stage name) ,
Ichikawa Hakuzō I (Earlier stage name) ,
Ichikawa Kuzō I (Earlier stage name) ,
San’en ,
Dan’en ,
Shikōan ,
Gender Male
Cultural Identity Japanese
Country(ies) of Residence Japan
Birth Date 1800 - 1800
Death Date October 22, 1871
Dates Active Unknown
Genre Specialization(s) Kabuki
Geographic Affiliations Edo (Japan) (historic region)
Reference(s) Yakusha geinojin database
Notes Character types: male leads (tachiyaku); female roles (onnagata); Shosagoto. Group affiliations: Mikawaya. Ichikawa Danzo is a son of Ichikawa Aragoro who was a student of Ichikawa Danzo IV. He first appeared on stage as Ichikawa Teruyo in 1805. He became a student of Ichikawa Danjuro VII and was given the name of Ichikawa Sanzo in 1813. He changed his name into Ichikawa Momotaro in 1816. Then he took the name Ichikawa Hakuzo in 1831. He took the name Ichikawa Kuzo in 1835. He was adopted by the widow of Ichikawa Danzo V in August, 1852 and took the name Ichikawa Danzo VI at Kazo-za in Osaka in October of the same year. It is said that his performance was simple and not so popular.

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