NAKAMURA NARITARď
   
TWO GENERATIONS
Nakamura Naritar˘ I
 

The actor Nakamura Kaisha held the name of Nakamura Naritar˘ I from October 1881 to December 1913.

Nakamura Naritar˘ I playing the role of G˘-no-Kimi in the drama "Gosho Zakura Horikawa no Youchi", which was staged in November 1900 at the Meijiza (print made by Ochiai Yoshiiku)

Nakamura Naritar˘ II
Nakamura Naritar˘ II  In Japanese | Nakamura Tar˘ I  In Japanese | Ichikawa Sukeroku  In Japanese
 

Born in T˘ky˘ the 1st of September 1900. Disciple of the koshibai actor Ichikawa Sukejűr˘, he made his debut on stage in Fall 1910 in T˘ky˘ at the Kotobukiza, where he received the name of Ichikawa Sukeroku. He was adopted by the ďsaka actor Nakamura Naritar˘ I in 1913, who gave him the name of Nakamura Tar˘ I. He finally took the name of Nakamura Naritar˘ II in October 1921 at the Nakaza. Often on sick leave, he was nevertheless active in Kamigata up to his death the 17th of November 1980. He was the father of Nakamura Tar˘ II.

Honmy˘ Haimy˘ Yag˘
Yoshino Kantar˘ Tok˘ Shinkomaya

Nakamura Naritar˘ II playing the role of Princess Minazuru in the drama "Kikubatake", which was staged in December 1928 in K˘be at the Yachiyoza

 
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