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Фамилия, имя Ichikawa Monnosuke II
Иное имя Ichikawa Senkichi ([Детское имя] Childhood name) ,
Takinaka Tsuruzō ([Предыдущее сценическое имя] Earlier stage name) ,
Takinaka Hidematsu II ([Предыдущее сценическое имя] Earlier stage name) ,
Umimaru ([Псевдоним] Pen or literary name) ,
Goryū ,
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Пол [мужчина] Male
Национальная культурная самоидентификация Japanese
Страна (страны) проживания Japan
Дата рождения [1743 - 1743] 1743 - 1743
Дата смерти [Окт 19, 1794] October 19, 1794
Виды художественной деятельности Kabuki
Географические связи Edo (Japan) (historic name)
Ссылки (Страницы) Kabuki Jinmei Jiten (p.113) ,
The Actor's Image: Print Makers of the Katsukawa School (p.478)
Примечания Character types: young male roles (wakashu); male leads (tachiyaku). Group affiliations:Takinoya.Ichikawa Monnosuke was a son of Miyako Yaedayu (Shigeoka Shigebee) and was born in Oji Takinogawa in Edo. He trained under the name Takinaka Tsuruzo in Osaka. In 1756 he went back to Edo, and three years later he performed and changed his name to Takinaka Hidematsu at Ichimura Theater. In 1762 he was adopted by a family of deceased Ichikawa Monnosuke I, became a student of Ichikawa Danjuro IV, and changed his name to Ichikawa Benzo. In 1770 he became Ichikawa Monnosuke II. In 1790 he made a big hit by playing in Chushingura at Kameya Yohee Theater in Koshu. In 1794 he died of illness. He was considered to be one of the four best young actors and good at wagoto, aragoto, budogoto, and dance (buto). He was active from 1756 to 1794.

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