Real name: Tsuji Masao
Birthday: 23 January 1938
1958: he becomes disciple of Nakamura Senjaku II.
13 April 1983: his first master Nakamura Ganjir˘ II dies.
June ~ July 1988: Senh˘ takes part in the North and Central American Kabuki Tour with 37 performances in 12 cities (Toronto, Ann Arbor, Ottawa, Montreal, Chicago, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Seattle, Los Angeles, Honolulu and Mexico City.
January 1995: he takes the name of Nakamura Jűjir˘  in ďsaka at the Nakaza, playing the roles of the seller of white radishes and Tenmaya S˘bŕ in "Ya-no-Ne" and "Sonezaki Shinjű" which are staged in a program celebrating the shűmei of both Nakamura Kanjaku V and Nakamura Senjaku III.
January 2015: Jűjir˘ joins the first league of Kabuki actors (kanbu sh˘shin); he plays in ďsaka at the Sh˘chikuza the role of Kajiwara Heiz˘ Kagetoki in the drama "Soga no Taimen". This was part of Nakamura Ganjir˘ IV's shűmei performances.
October 2015: production at the National Theatre of "Ise Ondo Koi no Netaba" in a t˘shi ky˘gen production (3 acts; 8 scenes) with the revival of the rarely-staged "Daidaik˘" act; Jűjir˘ plays the role of D˘myaku no Kinbŕ [more details|casting].
 His name was recorded as Nakamura Jujir˘, not Jűjir˘, in Nojima Jusabur˘'s book "Kabuki Jinmei Jiten". Ju is indeed the most common reading for the first ideogram of his first name but Jű is also possible.
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