ARASHI KIYOSABURÔ
   
THREE GENERATIONS
Arashi Kiyosaburô I
 

The actor Arashi Kiyosaburô I held this name from the 1690s to the 5th lunar month of 1713.

Arashi Kiyosaburô I and Nakamura Shichisaburô II playing the roles of Kanzaki no Eguchi and Inubômaru in the new year drama "Ôkazari Kanô Soga", which was staged in the 1st lunar month of 1713 at the Nakamuraza

Arashi Kiyosaburô II
Arashi Kiyosaburô II  In Japanese | Hagino Bô  In Japanese
 

Son of Sawano Hachigorô and nephew of Arashi Kiyosaburô I, he performed in Ôsaka as a koyaku and his first stage name was Hagino Bô. He went to Edo with his uncle and made his wakaonnagata apprenticeship. His uncle died the 15th of the 5th lunar month of 1713 and he was allowed to take the name of Arashi Kiyosaburô II in the 11th lunar month of 1716 at the Nakamuraza, playing the role of the koshimoto Ochiyo. He was active in Edo up to 1723. He most likely died young.

Arashi Kiyosaburô II playing the role of a keisei in the new year drama "Kisshô Ôdaka Soga", which was staged in the 1st lunar month of 1721 at the Nakamuraza

Arashi Kiyosaburô III
 

The actor Arashi Shinobu held the name of Arashi Kiyosaburô III from the 11th lunar month of 1735 to the 10th lunar month of 1736.

Arashi Kiyosaburô III playing the role of Komaki in the new year drama "Toyo no Asahi Eitaigura", which was staged in the 11th lunar month of 1735 at the Naka no Shibai

 
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