|YAMATOYA JINB╩ III|
Line number: SANDAIME (III)
Existence: ??? ~ ???
Father: Yamatoya Jinbŕ II
Elder brother: Yamatoya Jinnosuke
10th lunar month of 1701: T˘kichi achieved a great success in Ky˘to by playing the role of Senji in the drama "Imay˘ N˘ Ky˘gen", produced by his father Yamatoya Jinbŕ II for the nadai Hayagumo Ch˘dayű.
11th lunar month of 1702: T˘kichi successfully produced the drama "Ky˘ Morohaku ďmu no Sakazuki" at Hayagumo Ch˘dayű's theater.
1st lunar month of 1703: T˘kichi achieved a great success by playing the roles of Monju Tar˘ and Sengen Tokubŕ in the dramas "Miyako no Eh˘" and "Keisei Mitsu no Kuruma".
10th lunar month of 1704: Yamatoya T˘kichi took the name of Yamatoya Jinbŕ III in Ky˘to.
11th lunar month of 1704: Jinbŕ achieved a great success by performing some unusual ropp˘ in the drama "Futatsu no ďgi", which was staged in Ky˘to at Kameya Kumenoj˘'s theater.
11th lunar month of 1715: Jinbŕ was back on stage in Ky˘to, as an actor and a zamoto working with the nadai Hoteiya Umenoj˘. He successfully produced the kaomise drama "Manp˘ Chitose no Matsu", which included a k˘j˘ commemorating the sudden death of Kataoka Nizaemon I (the speech was done by Shinozuka Jirozaemon I).
1st lunar month of 1717: Jinbŕ appeared on stage for the last time, in Ky˘to, playing the role of Seijir˘ in the drama "Keisei Asahiyama". His rank in the Ky˘to hy˘banki, tachiyaku section, was j˘-j˘-kichi (superior - superior - excellent).
1734: Jinbŕ's name appeared in the banzuke of a Kabuki program which was produced by Onogawa Sennosuke in Nagoya in the precinct of the Seijuin temple.
1st lunar month of 1735: Jinbŕ's name appeared in the Ky˘to hy˘banki; the comment was "Yamatoya Jinbŕ, a name we remember with nostalgia".
Yamatoya Jinbŕ III was a talented wakashugata and tachiyaku actor, who spent most of his career in Ky˘to. His fields of excellence were wagoto and nuregoto. He was also Yamatoya Jinbŕ II's worthy heir in the use of ropp˘.
 The 10th day of the 1st lunar month of the 17th year of the Genroku era was the 14th of February 1704 in the western calendar.
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