Hitoshi Kotomi Yoshimi Kamise Show Performance East-West Joint Kabuki is Traditional show Stage/Dance/Comedy event held in Japan.
An annual event in Kyoto to commemorate the first anniversary of the new opening of Minamiza.
Minamiza was newly opened last November. In this year's “Yoshigane Kamise Show”, 4 performances will be arranged in both the daytime and nighttime sections. At the conference, Abiko Masashotake Co., Ltd. Executive Vice President said, "We have seniors (actors) appear on the stage and we will raise the young generation.
The opportunity for actors to expand the range of art" He conveyed his thoughts on "Yoshigami Kamise Show". Also this time, gorgeous faces will appear in colorful works from Gitayu Kyogen to care items and dances.
Kataoka Ainoosuke is a famous Kabuki actor's name. His yagō is matsushimaya. His mon is the Oikake Go-mai Ichō. His current stage name is Ainosuke Kataoka.
Nakamura Ichitaro (Nakamura Kazuteraro, August 3, 1990) is a Kabuki actor. Real name is Ichitaro Hayashi (Hayashi Kazutoro). Born as Kazuki 's actor Tomitaro Nakamura and the eldest son of Azuma Tokuya of the Japanese dance Agatsuma sixth generation Iyomoto. His paternal grandfather is Fujuro Sakata, the fourth generation of a human national treasure, her grandmother is a former Takarazuka actress, and later served as chairman of the House of Councilors.
Kataoka Kotaro (Kataka Takataro, 1968 (Showa 43) January 23) is a Japanese Kabuki actor and actor. The shop name is Matsushimaya. The regular print is chasing five Gingko. His real name is Yasuo Kataoka (Kayoka Yasuo).
Born from Kyoto Prefecture. His father is the 15th generation Kataoka Nishiemon. His sister is actress Kataoka Sachi and Kataoka Kyoko, the eldest son has Kenoka Chinosuke.
Sakata Takuroro (Sakata dojurou) is a famous Kabuki actor's name. Fifth pattern of the fourth generation is Fuji Fuji superstar plum bowl, substitute print is Fujitsu. After the third generation of Yasunaga 2 (1774) who died in Sendai, there was no one to appeal to, and the name of Sakata Takuroro lived as a legendary nomad, but in 2005 he was the fourth generation name in 231 for the first time in 231 .
Nakamura Rujiro (Nakamura Gunjiro) is a famous Kabuki actor's name. For shop name 3rd generation is Muromachiya, the 4th generation is Muromi family. Ichigo for regular prints and butterfly shuffle for substitute prints.
The first generation Kanoka Shinnosuke (Shido Katoka Shinnosuke 1967 (Showa 42 September 4 -)) is a Kabuki actor, an actor. 1971 (Showa 46) February, the first stage in the Osaka Shin Kabukiza "Cherry Blossom" croc. It is like a grandfather 's 13th generation Jin - mae gate, but there is also a contemporary atmosphere.
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Nakamura Hayato I (初代 中村 隼人 , Shodai Nakamura Hayato, born 30 November 1993, in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese kabuki actor. Nakamura is the eldest son of Shinjiro Nakamura (currently as Nakamura Kinnosuke II). In December 2007 Nakamura won the National Theatre of Japan Special Award for his role as Sachi in Horibe Yahee.
Nakamura Shibaku was born August 31, 1965. He has also appeared on TV and movies, and served in the 1997 NHK Taiga drama “Mori Motonari” who served as the star of Moto Mouri.
2011 (Japan), he got Art Institute Prize.
Nakamura Hashinosuke IV is a young heir of the Narikomaya guild. Real name: Nakamura Kunio. Birthday: 26 December 1995. September 2000: debut on stage (hatsu butai) at the Kabukiza, where he receives the name of Nakamura Kunio, performing in the dances "Kyôganoko Musume Dôjôji" and "Kiku Biyori Kioi no Wakakoma" which are part of the special program commemorating the 60th anniversary of the passing away of Nakamura Utaemon V.
Kataoka Jiayonemon (Katoka Taisen, old font: Incheon Gate) is a famous Kabuki actor's name. It is one of the most historical ones in the upper race as counted in the 15th generation in the present era, but the lineage is completely different between the first generation and the sixth generation and after the seventh generation.
Nakamura Senjaku III is a talented wagotoshi and onnagata trained in the great tradition of the Kamigata Kabuki. November 1967: he makes his first appearance on stage at the Kabukiza, receiving the name of Nakamura Hirotarô.
October 2014: the October Grand Kabuki at the Kabukiza commemorates the 26th anniversary (27th memorial service) and the 2nd anniversary (3rd memorial service) of late Nakamura Kanzaburô XVII and late Nakamura Kanzaburô XVIII.
Minami-za (南座 Minami-za) is the primary kabuki theatre in Kyoto, Japan. It was founded in 1610 as Shijō Minami-za. The current building with 1,086 seats was built in 1929.
Minami-za is one of the earliest of the seven officially licensed Kabuki theaters built in the early Edo period (1615-1623) in the Shijo Kawara area in Kyoto, even before Tokyo and Osaka.
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Tio is a four-piece instrumental band formed in Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture in 2008 by Masahiro Mizutani (Gt / Pan), Kosuke Niimi (AGt), Mitsushi Shimoda (Ba), Yusuke Ito (Dr). They continued energetic activities such as launching a self-planned event “NUMBER”, and in 2017, released “AND” which featured topics such as Izumi Sakura and Kin Yoryu.
It is the capital city of Osaka Prefecture and the largest component of the Keihanshin Metropolitan Area, the second largest metropolitan area in Japan and among the largest in the world with over 19 million inhabitants. Osaka (大阪市 , Ōsaka-shi) (Japanese pronunciation: [oːsaka] ; listen ) is a designated city in the Kansai region of Japan. Situated at the mouth of the Yodo River on Osaka Bay, Osaka is the second largest city in Japan by daytime population after Tokyo's 23 wards and the third largest city by nighttime population after Tokyo's 23 wards and Yokohama, serving as a major economic hub for the country.
In the 11th century, the city was renamed Kyoto ("capital city"), after the Chinese word for capital city, jingdu (京都 ). In Japanese, the city has been called Kyō (京 ), Miyako (都 ), or Kyō no Miyako (京の都 ). Kyoto (京都市 , Kyōto-shi, pronounced [kʲjoːtoꜜɕi] ; UK /k ɪ ˈ oʊ t oʊ / , US /k i ˈ oʊ - / , or /ˈ k j oʊ - / ) is a city located in the central part of the island of Honshu, Japan.
Osaka Prefecture (大阪府 , Ōsaka-fu) is a prefecture located in the Kansai region on Honshu, the main island of Japan. The capital is the city of Osaka. It is the center of Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto area. Osaka is one of the two "urban prefectures" (府 , fu) of Japan, Kyoto being the other (Tokyo became a "metropolitan prefecture", or to, in 1941).
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