Nom de la Personne Bandō Sampachi I
Autre Noms Bando Matahachi I ([Nom de scène au début] Earlier stage name) ,
Heikyu ([Nom de plume] Pen or literary name) ,
Ota Sanjuro (shamisen player name) ,
Tojaku ,
Bandō Mitsugorō ,
Bandō Sanpachi ([Autre orthographique] Alternate spelling)
Sexe [mâle] Male
Identité Culturelle Japanese
Pays de Résidence Japan
Date de Naissance [Unknown] Unknown
Date de Mort [Janvier 11, 1874] January 11, 1874
Genre Spécialisations Kabuki
Liens Géographiques Edo (Japan) (historic name)
Source(s) Kabuki Jinmei Jiten (p.536) ,
The Actor's Image: Print Makers of the Katsukawa School (p.476)
Notes Character types: Shamisen player; evil enemies (kataki yaku); male lead roles (tachiyaku); manservants of samurai (yakko); aragoto. Group affiliations: Yamatoya. Bando Sampachi I was a son of Yamatoya Matahachi. He initially was a shamisen player as Ota Sanjuro at Ichimuraza but changed to a kabuki actor. In 1745 he became a student of Ichimura Uzaemon VIII and changed his name to Bando Matahachi. The following year he first appeared on stage in an evil role at the same theater. In 1750 he changed his name to Bando Sampachi and the next year he played a male role and became popular. In 1764 he went to Osaka and adopted Takeda Minosuke. He took Minosuke to Edo and made him take the name Bando Mitsugoro. He retired in 1770. He was good at both jidaimono and sewamono and was skillful as manservants of samurai (yakko aragoto). He was active from 1750 to 1770.

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