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OsaragiJir (4 October 1897 ± 30 April 1973)gaky daimeEbiz (j ichidaimeDanj r ) niamaneshikikudashitadainisaku. Ebiz no Koroku,Sh roku no Daikichi, Baik no Orikite, Sh wa 28 nen 3 gatsuKabukiza de shoen. (Arasuji to midokoro) Edo Bakufu ha gakaishi, shinseifutonatta Meiji gannen.Bakufu gun no ichibu ha Hakodate nisaigo no issenwokeikaku shite iru. Hatamoto no Honda Koroku ha iinazuke no MatsuhanKamon no musume O-Tosenirienj wowatashi. O-Tose no itoko de y jin no HatamotoD maeDaikichino seishimofurikitsuteBakufu gun nikuwawari, gunkan de Hakodate nimukau. Sorekaraichinen.Daikichi ha motoYanagibashi Geisha de aibore no odori no shish , O-Riki to isshoninatteiru.Gokaishowohirakihosoboso to kurasu O-Toseoyako. Utsukushii OTosenihitomeboreshitashinseifu no s tokufusanb gashikanwo e niiiyoruga, ittetsumono no Kamon ha kipparikotowari, oyako ha hitasuraKoroku no kaeriwo matte iru. Takainiyabure Edo nimaimodottaKoroku no susandakokoromo, Daikichi no seiiarusettoku to O-Tose no magokoronifurete, atarashiijidainiikirukiryokutorimodosu no datta. IpponginaKoroku, samurai nagara hake ta Daikichi, ky ki no geisha O-Riki to, Ebiz , Sh roku, Baik no geif ni ate hameteshokareta, shinsetsumemonotomoieru Edo mae no shiagaridearu. Kikugor gekidanyunittoshutsuen de eiganimonari, shoen no niseisedai, Danj r , shodaiCh nosuke, Kikugor nisokkurijukeigareta. Gekid kiniikitaEdokko no kokoro no kisekigashimijimi to tsutawarush sakudearu. --OsaragiJir (4 October 1897 ± 30 April 1973) hadEbiz IX (Danj r XI) in his widely copied second work. There wasEbiz ¶sKoroku, Sh roku¶sDaikichi, and Baik ¶sOriki.The first performance was in Sh wa year 28 (1953) March at the Kabukiza theatre. (Outline and highlights) As a result of the collapse of the Edo Bakufu (Military Government) it was the first year of the new Meiji Government. The final battle in Hakodate is scheduled against the remaining part of the Bakufu Army. A letter of divorce has been delivered to Hatamoto Honda Koroku fiancée,MatsuhanKamon¶s daughter,O-Tose. And then O-Tose¶s male cousin and friendHatamotoD maeDaikichi also shows restraint, shaking off the influence of, and refusing to join, the Bakufu Army, and is going to Hakodate in a battleship. Then, after one year,Daikichi and his dance teacher O-Riki, aYanagibashi Geisha, arebound together in mutual love and also spends time with his cousin O-Tose and her child at a commercial Go playing parlour which has recently opened and is just scraping along. Though beautiful O-Tose was taken at first sight with and is dependent on this general staff officer who is inservice to and participating in the new government, he is snubbed by the stubborn Kamon, and OTose and her child earnestly await Koroku¶s return. If the campaign which has worn out Edo doesn¶t result in its restoration then, as a result,Koroku¶sheart will be hardened.Daikichi¶s good faith is maintained bythe sense of devotion that is felt by O-Tose and it is as a matter of fact that life in the new age is revitalised. With Koroku¶ssingle mindedness, Daikichi, asamurai in spite of his orders, and geisha ORiki¶schivalrous spirit, specifically written in for Ebiz ,and Sh roku¶s style of acting, it could be said that before Edo the fulfilment of the new generation of actors was complete. The stage performance by the Kikugor Theatrical Company was also filmed and the play¶s firstperformancesby the Nisei generation, Danj r , Ch nosuke I, and Kikugor together inherited its succession. Thisexcellent work earnestly conveys the upheaval experienced in that place and at that time which resulted in a genuine Edokko spirit.

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