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人名 [市川 団蔵 (三代目)] Ichikawa Danzō III
別名 [松三郎] Matsusaburō (childhood name) ([幼名] Childhood name) ,
[松太郎] Matsutarō (childhood name) ([幼名] Childhood name) ,
[坂東 次郎三郎] Bandō Jirosaburō (first adult stage name) ([前(芸)名] Earlier stage name) ,
[市川 次郎三] Ichikawa Jiroza (earlier stage name) ([前(芸)名] Earlier stage name) ,
[市川 団三郎 (二代目)] Ichikawa Danzaburo II (earlier stage name) ([前(芸)名] Earlier stage name) ,
[市紅] Shikō ([雅号/排名] Pen or literary name) ,
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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 [1719 - 1719] 1719 - 1719
没年月日 [六月 24, 1772] June 24, 1772
専門ジャンル [歌舞伎] Kabuki
関連地 [江戸(日本), 大阪(日本)] Edo (Japan) (historic name), Osaka (Japan)
参考文献 [歌舞伎人名辞典] Kabuki Jinmei Jiten (p.101) ,
The Actor's Image: Print Makers of the Katsukawa School (p.477)
備考 [主な役柄:敵役、荒事、実事、武道事。屋号:三河屋。 紋:丸に三引、三升、三升に蔵の字 森田座の手代、又兵衛(坂東又九郎の親族)の子。1730年12歳の時、坂東田助の養子となり、門人となって坂東次郎三郎と名乗るが、すぐに市川団蔵(初代)の門人となり、市川次郎三と名乗る。1739年には団蔵の養子となり、市川団三郎(二代目)を名乗る。翌年、4月に養父、団蔵(初代)が亡くなり、10月には義兄団蔵(二代目)がなくなり、翌月団蔵(三代目)を襲名する。1744年上方へ行き、大阪じ十蔵座で立役として勤める。1748年京に移り、1761年に江戸に戻る。森田座で青砥左衛門役で大当たり。1765年に再び上方に行くが、翌年江戸に戻る。1772年中村座を最後に舞台から消える。市川団十郎(二代目)に芸風が似ていると言われ、時代物、世話物を得意とした。元文4年から安永1年に活躍する。]

Character types: evil enemies (kataki yaku); aragoto; jitsugoto; martial roles (budogoto). Group affiliations: Mikawaya. Ichikawa Danzo III was a son of Matabei (one of the relatives of Bando Matakuro), who was also an employee at the Morita Theater. He was adopted by Bando Tasuke at the age of 12, became a student of Tasuke, and took the name Bando Jirosaburo in 1730. He then became a student of Ichikawa Danzo I and changed his name to Ichikawa Jirozo. In 1739 he was adopted by Ichikawa Danzo I and became Ichikawa Dansaburo. The following year, Danzo I passed away in April and his step brother, Danzo II, passed away in October, so he became Ichikawa Danzo III. In 1744 he moved to Osaka and performed as male leads at the Juzo Theater. In 1748 he moved to Kyoto. He went back to Edo and played a role of Aoto Saemon at the Morita Theater and was a big hit. He went to Osaka again in 1765 but went bact to Edo the following year. He last performed at the Nakamura Theater. He was thought to be equivalent to Ichikawa Danjuro II and good at jidaimono and sewamono. He was active from 1739 to 1772.

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Representations of person in components 1003181, 1003044