We did not find any reference in any book about this actor. Most likely, he was a low-ranking disciple or an unknown travelling actor. Was he an onnagata or a tachiyaku? Let's think a little bit of him: he did not contribute to the development of the art of Kabuki but he existed and surely played a little role, either by performing in the remotest part of the Japanese countryside or by helping more famous actor in the backstages of theaters. Or maybe he simply did not exist ...

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