Dates of birth and death unknown. Disciple of Sanogawa Jūkichi I, his previous stage name is unknown.
He took the name of Sanogawa Jūkichi II in 1748. He became wakaonnagata in 1757 in Kyōto and
went to Edo in fall 1759, where he played in the 11th lunar month of 1759 at the Ichimuraza the role of Osano in the kaomise program "Okunizome Shusse Butai",
sharing the stage with Ichikawa Danjūrō IV, Onoe Kikugorō I, Bandō Sanpachi I,
Nakamura Utaemon I, Sanogawa Ichimatsu I, Bandō Hikosaburō II,
Ichimura Kamezō I, Hanakawa Ichinojō and Matsumoto Kōshirō III.
His rank in the 1760 Edo hyōbanki, wakaonnagata section,
was jō (superior) [visual]. No record afterwards.
He was the master of Sanogawa Mankichi.