人名 [坂東 三八 (初代)] Bandō Sampachi I
別名 [坂東 又八 (初代)] Bando Matahachi I ([前(芸)名] Earlier stage name) ,
[平久] Heikyu ([雅号/排名] Pen or literary name) ,
[大田 三十郎 (三弦師名)] Ota Sanjuro (shamisen player name) ,
[杜若] Tojaku ,
[坂東 三津五郎] Bandō Mitsugorō ,
[坂東 三八] Bandō Sanpachi ([別字] Alternate spelling)
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 [一月 11, 1874] January 11, 1874
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.536) ,
The Actor's Image: Print Makers of the Katsukawa School (p.476)
備考 [主な役柄: 三弦弾き、敵役、立役、奴、荒事。屋号:大和屋。 紋:東の字 初代坂東三八は大和屋又八の子であり、初め、市村座で太田三十郎の名で三弦弾きとして勤めていたが、役者に転じる。1745年八代目市村羽左衛門の門人となり、坂東又八と名乗る。翌年同座で敵役として初舞台を踏む。1750年坂東三八と改め、立役として有名になる。1764年に大阪に上り、竹田巳之助を養子とし、江戸に連れ帰り、坂東三津五郎と名前を改めさせる。時代物、世話物に適し、奴荒事を得意とした。寛延3年(1750)年から明和6年(1770年)に活躍する。]

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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