Tomb of Wakatayu Toyotake

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Tomb of Wakatayu Toyotake

Wakatayu Toyotake was apprenticed to the Joruri puppet theater master, Gidayu Takemoto. He was popular because of his beautiful voice and elegant manner. He parted ways with Gidayu Takemoto and founded his own Toyotakeza Theater in 1703. Competition with the Takemotoza Theater made this a golden age for Joruri puppet theater. One year after his death, the Takemotoza Theater disbanded, followed by the Toyotakeza theater two years later.

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