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Фамилия, имя Namiki Sōsuke
Иное имя Namiki Senryū ([Предыдущее сценическое имя] Earlier stage name) ,
Namiki Senryu ([Иная транслитерация] Alternate transliteration) ,
Namiki Sosuke ([Иная транслитерация] Alternate transliteration) ,
Matsuya Sōsuke ([Данное при рождении имя] Birth name) ,
Senryū ([Псевдоним] Pen or literary name) ,
Shichūan ([Псевдоним] Pen or literary name)
Пол [мужчина] Male
Национальная культурная самоидентификация Japanese
Страна (страны) проживания Japan
Дата рождения [1695] 1695
Дата смерти [Сент 7, 1751] September 7, 1751
Период творческой активности Mid-Tokugawa
Виды художественной деятельности Puppetry, Kabuki
Географические связи Osaka (Japan)
Ссылки (Страницы) Kabuki jiten (p.312)
Примечания Playwright. First he was a priest named Dankei esui in Rinzai shu Joujuuji temple in Bingo Mihara (Hiroshima). He left the priesthood and became a playwright for Toyotakeza Theatre. He moved to Takemotoza Theatre in 1745 and wrote along with Takeda Izumo and Miyoshi Shoraku of the classic jōruri plays "Kanadehon chūshingura", "Yoshitsune senbon zakura", and "Sugawara denju tenarai kagami." In 1975 he changed his name back to Namiki Sousuke and moved back to Toyotakeza Theatre.

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