Hayashiya Sanpei I
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Hayashiya Sanpei I (初代 林家 三平 Shodai Hayashiya Sanpei?, born Eizaburō Ebina (海老名 栄三郎 Ebina Eizaburō?), later Yasuichirō Ebina (海老名 泰一郎 Ebina Yasuichirō?), 30 November 1925, Taitō, Tokyo - 20 September 1980) was a Japanese Rakugo comedian. His trademark line was "Sō nansu, okusan!" (That's the way it is, madam!) Hayashiya Shōzō IX and Hayashiya Sanpei II are his sons.
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