Nom de la Personne Nakamura Noshiho I
Autre Noms Kamogawa Noshio II ([Nom de scène au début] Earlier stage name) ,
Kamogawa Noshiho ([Nom de scène au début] Earlier stage name) ,
Shuka ([Nom de plume] Pen or literary name) ,
Nakamura Tomijuurou ,
Sexe [femelle] Female
Identité Culturelle Japanese
Pays de Résidence Japan
Date de Naissance [1752 - 1752] 1752 - 1752
Date de Mort [ Novembre 19, 1777] November 19, 1777
Genre Spécialisations Kabuki
Liens Géographiques Edo (Japan) (historic name)
Source(s) The Actor's Image: Print Makers of the Katsukawa School (p.483) ,
Kabuki Jinmei Jiten (p.477)
Notes Character types: young female roles (waka onnagata), Shosagoto dance. Group affiliations: Tennojiya. Nakamura Noshiho I was a son of Kasaya Matakuro I and a brother of Kasaya Matakuro II. He initially took the name Kamogawa Noshio in Kyoto. After his father died, he moved to Osaka, changed his name to Kamogawa Noshiho, and palyed female roles. The following year he went back to Kyoto, became a student of Nakamura Tomijuro, changed his name to Nakamura Noshiho, and played a courtesan (keisei). In 1770 he went to Edo with his teacher and brother, Kasaya Matakuro II, played at the Morita Theater, and became popular in young female roles. In 1767 he became a brother of Nakamura Shingoro, who was an adopted son of Nakamura Tomijuro. The following year he married his teacher's daughter but died soon after in November. His brother-in-law, Nakamura Shingoro, who was sick, was shocked to death by hearing the news. Nakamura Tomijuro lost his two sons-in-law in a day. Nakamura Noshiho I was good at shosagoto (dance) with his father-in-law. He was active from 1767 to 1777. Accroding to Ehon Butai Ogi, his first name is written with different characters.

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