Person

人名 [市川 団蔵 (四代目)] Ichikawa Danzō IV
別名 [市川 友蔵 (初代)] Toshū ([前(芸)名] Earlier stage name) ,
[亀谷 虎蔵] Kametani Torazo (first adult stage name) ,
[中村 虎蔵] Nakamura Torazo ([前(芸)名] Earlier stage name) ,
[市川 団三郎 (三代目)] Ichikawa Danzaburo III ([前(芸)名] Earlier stage name) ,
[二紅] Niko ([雅号/排名] Pen or literary name) ,
[市紅] Shiko ([雅号/排名] Pen or literary name) ,
[市川 団三郎 (二代目)] Ichikawa Danzaburo II (earlier stage name) ([雅号/排名] Pen or literary name) ,
[市川 団蔵] Ichikawa Danzō ([別字] Alternate spelling) ,
[十町、十丁] Tōshū ,
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[市紅] Shikō
ジェンダー [男性] Male
文化的アイデンティティー Japanese
居住国 [日本] Japan
生年月日 [Unknown] Unknown
没年月日 [十月 9, 1808] October 9, 1808
専門ジャンル [歌舞伎] Kabuki
関連地 [江戸(日本)] Edo (Japan) (historic name)
参考文献 [歌舞伎人名辞典] Kabuki Jinmei Jiten (p.102) ,
The Actor's Image: Print Makers of the Katsukawa School (p.477)
備考 [主な役柄:武道事、宙返りなどの変化物、所作事。屋号:三河屋。 1757年京都和泉式部座にて勤め、評判が出る。大阪の亀谷豊後座にて亀谷虎蔵と名乗る。中村富十郎(初代)の門人となり、中村虎蔵と名乗る。1768年、江戸に移り、11月市川団蔵(三代目)の門人となり市川友蔵と改める。1772年師が没し、未亡人の養子となり、市村団三郎(三代目)を名乗る。翌年、市川団蔵(四代目)を襲名する。1784年大阪に戻り、14年ぶりに上方で勤める。1786年、旅芝居に出て、明石、四国、伊勢古で勤める。1790年、京阪に勤め、1798年江戸に再び出て1802年まで勤めるが、その後大阪に戻る。1808年大阪小川座に出るが、9日に没す。武道事に優れ、どの役もこなすと重宝がられた。友蔵団蔵と呼ばれ、江戸では目黒団蔵と呼ばれた。宝暦7年(1757年)から文化5年(1808年)に活躍する。]

Character types: martial arts (budogoto); acrobatics; shosagoto. Group affiliations: Mikawaya. Ichikawa Danzo IV performed at the Izumishikibu Theater in Kyoto and was popular in 1757. He took the name Kametani Torazo while performing at the Kametani Bungo Theater in Osaka. He became a student of Nakamura Tomijuro I and changed his name to Nakamura Torazo. In 1768 he moved to Edo, became a student of Ichikawa Danzo III, and in November took the name Ichikawa Tomozo at the Ichimura Theater. In 1772 his teacher passed away; he was adopted by his teacher's wife and then took the name Ichikawa Danzaburo III. The following year he became Ichikawa Danzo IV. In 1784 he went back to Osaka and performed there for 14 years. Two years later he took a travelling production in Akashi, Shikoku, and then in Iseko. In 1790 he started working in the Keihan area. In 1798 he performed in Edo again but moved back to Osaka in 1802. In 1808 he became sick while perfoming at the Ogawa Theater in Osaka and soon passed away. He was skilled at martial arts (budogoto)and acrobatics (chugaeri), in dramatic presentations, and in dance (shosagoto). It was said that he could play all roles. He was called Tomozo Danzo and also Meguro Danzo as he lived in Meguro, Edo. He was active from 1757 to 1844.

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