|NAKAMURA SEIGORď II|
Line number: NIDAIME (II)
Poetry name: Jakushi 
Existence: 1679 ~ 18th day of the 9th lunar month of 1717 
Masters: Nakamura Denshichi, Nakamura Akashi Seizabur˘
Brother-in-law: Ikushima Shingor˘
Before 1707: he made his apprenticeship in Edo with Nakamura Akashi Seizabur˘ to become an actor. He quickly switched to sakusha when he became a disciple of Nakamura Denshichi, who gave him the name of Nakamura Gennosuke.
2nd lunar month of 1714: the love affair, which involves Ejima, a court lady who served the mother of the Sh˘gun, and Ikushima Shingor˘, was discovered in the backstage of the Yamamuraza. This incident, which broke the boundaries between samurai and commoner, was a serious crime for the authorities, which decided to deal ruthlessly with the culprits: Ejima and Ikushima Shingor˘ were exiled to different places, those in the Sh˘gun's household who were held responsible were executed, the Yamamuraza was definitively closed and its management was heavily fined [more details]. Seigor˘ stopped working in the theater world.
18th day of the 9th lunar month of 1717 : Seigor˘ died in Edo.
Nakamura Seigor˘ II was an Edo sakusha who made a short career as he was active from the second half of the 1700s to the first half of the 1710s. He was heavily impacted by the 1714 Ejima-Ikushima affair.
 The 18th day of the 9th lunar month of the 2nd year of the Ky˘h˘ era was the 22nd of October 1717 in the western calendar.
 The others sakusha were Mitsushima Shichir˘zaemon and Hirata Sh˘emon.
 The 24th day of the 1st lunar month of the 4th year of the H˘ei era was the 26th of February 1707 in the western calendar.
 The other sakusha was Mitsushima Shichir˘zaemon.
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