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Nakamura Kichiemon II (二代目中村吉右衛門, Nidaime Nakamura Kichiemon?, born May 22, 1944 —      ) is a Japanese actor, kabuki performer and costume designer. Nakamura Kichiemon is a formal kabuki stage name. The actor's grandfather first appeared using the name in 1897; and Nakamura Kichiemon I continued to use this name until his death.[1] Kichiemon I was the maternal grandfather of Kichiemon II.[2] In the conservative Kabuki world, stage names are passed from father to son in formal system which converts the kabuki stage name into a mark of accomplishment.[3] In choosing to be known by the same stage name as his grandfather, the living kabuki performer honors his family relationships and tradition. Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Selected works 4 Honors 5 See also 6 Notes 7 References 8 External links Early life Born in Kōjimachi, Chiyoda, Tokyo, he was the second son of Ichikawa Somegorō V, later known as Matsumoto Kōshirō VIII, and finally as Matsumoto Hakuō I. Matsumoto Kōshirō IX is his older brother. Kichiemon's mother, the daughter of Nakamura Kichiemon I, gave her second son in adoption to her father. He attended Waseda University. His yagō is "Harimaya" and his crest is the ageha-no-chō butterfly of the Taira clan. Career Active in kabuki and television, Kichiemon is famous in the role of Musashibō Benkei, whom he has portrayed on stage in Kanjinchō and Yoshitsune Senbon Zakura. He also played the title character in the NHK jidaigeki series Musashibō Benkei. Another heroic role was Ōboshi Yuranosuke (the historical Ōishi Kuranosuke) in Kanadehon Chūshingura, the story of the Forty-seven Ronin. He assumed the television role of Hasegawa Heizō ("Onihei") in the Shōtarō Ikenami series Onihei Hankachō. It ran through nine series, from 1989 to 2001, and has recurred in short series and specials since, the most recent being in 2007. His father had previously played Onihei. Selected works Nakamura's published writings encompass 25 works in 34 publications in 3 languages and 543 library holdings. [4] This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. 2000 — Kichiemon's palette ( 吉右衛門のパレット /, Kichiemon no paretto?) 10-ISBN 410442501X/13-ISBN 9784104425013; OCLC 48917600 1996 — A long story (語り, monogatari?) 10-ISBN 4838707088/13-ISBN 9784838707089; OCLC 36046366 Honors Japan Art Academy, 2002. [5] See also Nakamura Kanzaburō Shūmei Notes ^ Leiter, Samuel. (2006). Historical Dictionary of Japanese Traditional Theatre, p. 260. at Google Books ^ 母方の祖父 (maternal grandfather) ^ Scott, Adolphe Clarence. (1955). The Kabuki Theatre of Japan, p. 159. at Google Books ^ WorldCat Identities: 中村吉右衛門 1944-. ^ 中村 References Leiter, Samuel L. (2006). Historical Dictionary of Japanese Traditional Theatre. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press. 10-ISBN 0810855275; 13-ISBN 9780810855274; OCLC 238637010 Scott, Adolphe Clarence. (1955). The Kabuki Theatre of Japan. London: Allen & Unwin. OCLC 622644114 External links Japan Art Academy (in Japanese) IMDB JMDB Persondata Name Kichiemon, Nakamura, II Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death