|TAKEMOTO SABUROB╩ III|
Master: Takemoto Saburobŕ II
Before 1781: he started his career as a disciple of Takemoto Saburobŕ II and worked as a sakusha for the puppet theater. Then, he joined the Kabuki world.
11th lunar month of 1781: Saburobŕ worked in Ky˘to, along with Tatsuoka Mansaku and Haruki Motosuke , on the kaomise drama "Shin Yakata Fukki no Ishizue", which celebrated the shűmei of Yamamoto Giemon and Hanagiri Tomimatsu I and welcomed back in Ky˘to the star Nakamura Tomijűr˘ I.
11th lunar month of 1784: Saburobŕ worked in ďsaka at the Naka no Shibai, along with Nagawa Shimesuke I, Toyotake ďritsu and Nagawa Eich˘d˘, on the kaomise drama "Naka ni M˘keta Otogo Kaomise", which welcomed in ďsaka the Edo stars Matsumoto K˘shir˘ IV and Iwai Hanshir˘ IV.
11th lunar month of 1786: Saburobŕ worked in Ky˘to, along with Tatsuoka Mansaku, on the kaomise drama "Shinchoku Niai no Enmusubi", which was produced by Sawamura Motosabur˘ and celebrated the shűmei of Yamamura Tomoemon I.
11th lunar month of 1787: Saburobŕ worked in ďsaka at the Naka no Shibai, along with Chikamatsu Tokus˘ , on the kaomise drama "Masaru Medetaki Toshi no Kaomise", which was produced by Nakayama Fukuz˘.
11th lunar month of 1792: Saburobŕ worked with Nagawa Shimesuke I and Nagawa Tokusuke at the Kado no Shibai on the kaomise drama "Hito no Kokoro-ni Kan˘ Kaomise", which was produced by Asao Okujir˘ I. He also worked in the same theater on the drama "Gion Sairei Shink˘ki", which starred Kan˘ Hinasuke I (Yamaguchi Kurojir˘, Matsunaga Daizen), Ichikawa Danz˘ IV (Oda Nobunaga, Konoshita T˘kichi), Nakayama Raisuke II (Kan˘nosuke Naonobu, Shinsaku), Nakamura Noshio II (Princess Yuki, Kich˘-no-Mae) and Asao Tamejűr˘ I (Konishi Zesai).
End of 1793 ~ beginning of 1794: Saburobŕ worked in Ky˘to.
 The others sakusha were Amano Sh˘z˘, Tatsuoka Manji and Nakamura Kasuke.
 The others sakusha were Ono Isabur˘ and Matsumoto Washichi.
The name of Takemoto Saburobŕ III in the 1793 ďsaka hy˘banki (the name within the red box)
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