Fujikawa Kayű I

The actor Fujikawa Tomokichi I's haimyô was Kayű and, although he never officially held the name of Fujikawa Kayű I, he was considered as the founder of the line.

Fujikawa Kayű II
  The actor Fujikawa Tomokichi II held the name of Fujikawa Kayű II from the 11th lunar month of 1815 to the 10th lunar month of 1819.
Fujikawa Kayű III

The actor Ogino Senjo held the name of Fujikawa Kayű III from the end of the 1830s or the beginning of the 1840s to the end of the 1840s or the beginning of the 1850s.

Fujikawa Kayű III playing the role of Onoe in the drama in the drama "Megumi ni Uruô Iwafuji", which was staged in the 4th lunar month of 1849 at the Ichimuraza (print made by Utagawa Kuniyoshi)

Fujikawa Kayű IV

the actor Fujikawa Tomokichi IV held the name of Fujikawa Kayű IV from the 5th lunar month of 1861 to 1868.

Fujikawa Kayű V

Fujikawa Tomokichi V was also occasionally called Fujikawa Kayű V at the beginning of the 1880s.

Fujikawa Kayű V in a print made by Toyohara Kunichika in 1884

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