Born in Ôsaka the 24th of January 1928. Son of Nakamura Naritarô II, he made his debut on stage
in November 1942, in Ôsaka at the Kabukiza, where he received the name of Nakamura Tarô II and played
a taiko mochi in "Gion Ichiriki Jaya" and a koshimoto in "Uekiya".
He fell ill in 1953 and had to stop acting for a few years. He was back on stage in 1956, performing outside Kabuki under the name of Yoshino Emizô.
He was back in the Kabuki world in Kamigata in 1958.
He appeared on stage for the last time in November 1988, in Ôsaka at the Ôsaka Shinkabukiza,
where he performed in the drama "Hitori Tabi Gojűsan Tsugi". He died the 21st of May 1989.
This supporting actor was the last member of the Shinkomaya guild.