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The Love Suicides at Sonezaki (曾根崎心中 Sonezaki Shinjū) is a love-suicide Bunraku play by Chikamatsu Monzaemon. While not his first one (which was probably the puppet play The Soga Successors in 1683) nor his most popular (which would be The Battles of Coxinga), it is probably the most popular of his "domestic tragedies" or "domestic plays" (sewamono) as Donald Keene characterizes the non-historical plays.
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The Love Suicides at Sonezaki is a 1978 Japanese historical romance film directed by Yasuzo Masumura starring Ryudo Uzaki and Meiko Kaji based on the Chikamatsu play of the same name. The plot follows closely the original play. Tokubei (Ryudo Uzaki) works as a soy-sauce maker. He falls in love with indentured prostitute O-Hatsu (Meiko Kaji). After O-Hatsu's indenture is bought by a wealthy patron, they plan to commit suicide. Ryudo Uzaki - Tokubei. Meiko Kaji - O-Hatsu. Hisashi Igawa - Kyuemon.
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Sonezaki Ohatsutenjin-dori Shotengai is a shopping street on the approach to Tsuyuno Tenjinsha Shrine (also commonly known as Ohatsu Tenjin Shrine), where the famous "Sonezaki Shinju (Love Suicide in Sonezaki)" took place. Today the arcade is deeply rooted in Umeda, the north center of Osaka City, as one of the shopping streets with.