LESSER KNOWN ACTORS - OGINO
   
Ogino Kinnoj˘  
Ogino Kinnoj˘  In Japanese
 

Dates of birth and death unknown. He was recorded for the first time in the 11th lunar month of 1715, when he performed as a wakaonnagata in ďsaka at the ďnishi no Shibai in the kaomise drama "Ugashin Kogane no Hokora", which was produced by Sawamura Ch˘jűr˘ I and celebrated the shűmei of Takeshima K˘zaemon II. He appeared in ˘shibai for the last time in the 1st lunar month of 1720, in ďsaka at the ďnishi no Shibai, where he performed in the new year drama "Nanto Jűsangane". His rank in the 1720 ďsaka hy˘banki, wakaonnagata section, was (shiro)j˘ ((white) superior) [visual]. No record afterwards.

Ogino Kinnoj˘ playing the role of the keisei Wakoku in the kaomise drama "Kogane no Mitsu Gashiwa", which was staged in the 11th lunar month of 1719 at the ďnishi no Shibai

Ogino Makinoj˘  
Ogino Makinoj˘  In Japanese | Nakajima Makinoj˘  In Japanese
 

Dates of birth and death unknown. He was recorded for the first time in the 1st lunar month of 1713, when he played the role of Ume-no-Naishi in the new year drama "ďkazari Mannen Goyomi", which was produced in ďsaka by Mitsuyama Shichisabur˘. His first stage name was Nakajima Makinoj˘. He went to Ky˘to and performed in the 1st lunar month of 1721 in the ni-no-kawari drama "Keisei Mirume no Seki", which was produced by Ogino Yaegiri I. He went to Edo in Fall 1721 and took the name of Ogino Makinoj˘ in the 11th lunar month of 1721 at the Moritaza, where he played the role of Baseo-no-Naishi in the kaomise drama "Semimaru Y˘r˘ no Taki". His rank in the 1724 Edo hy˘banki, wakaonnagata section, was j˘-j˘ (superior - superior) [visual]. He went back to Ky˘to in Fall 1724 and performed in the 11th lunar month of 1724 in the kaomise drama "Yomeiri Miyako no Shimadai", which was produced by the zamoto Ogino Umenosuke for the nadai Ebisuya Kichir˘bŕ. His rank in the 1725 Ky˘to hy˘banki, wakaonnagata section, fell to j˘-(shiro)j˘ (superior - (white) superior) [visual]. No record afterwards.

Ogino Makinoj˘ (top/left), Morita Kan'ya IV (top/right), Ichikawa Monnosuke I (bottom/left) and ďtani Hiroji I (bottom/right) playing the roles of Baseo-no-Naishi, Mareyo, Semimaru and Monju Shir˘ in the kaomise drama "Semimaru Y˘r˘ no Taki", which was staged in the 11th lunar month of 1721 at the Moritaza

Ogino Sagenta  
Ogino Sagenta  In Japanese | Hayama Shigenoj˘  In Japanese
 

Dates of birth and death unknown. He was recorded for the first time in the 11th lunar month of 1716, when he performed as a wakaonnagata in ďsaka at the Higashi no Shibai in the kaomise drama "Futahashira Kasen Kagami", which was produced by Arashi Sangor˘ I. He settled in Ky˘to in Fall 1718 and took the name of Ogino Sagenta in the 11th lunar month of 1718, playing the role of the menoto Takao in Adachi Sabur˘zaemon's kaomise drama "Shiga no Miyako Kogane no Hanazono", which was produced by Yamatoyama Jinzaemon I for the nadai Ebisuya Kichir˘bŕ. He went to Edo in Fall 1721 and played at the Ichimuraza the role of the keisei Naniwazu in the kaomise drama "Kichirei Imagawaj˘". He played in the 1st lunar month of 1723 at the Moritaza the role of Kasaori in the new year sogamono drama "Suiry˘ Soga". His rank in the 1723 Edo hy˘banki, wakaonnagata section, was j˘-(shiro)j˘ (superior - (white) superior) [visual]. No record afterwards.

Ogino Sagenta playing the role of Shinohara in the kaomise drama "Yoshitomo Fukujukai", which was staged in the 11th lunar month of 1722 at the Moritaza

Ogino Umenosuke
Ogino Umenosuke  In Japanese
 

Dates of birth and death unknown. First-recorded performance in the 11th lunar month of 1717 in ďsaka at the Kado no Shibai, where he performed as a wakaonnagata iroko in the kaomise drama "Benten Ch˘ja Uga no Tama" (which was produced by Ogino Kinnoj˘). He was most likely a disciple of Ogino Yaegiri I [1]. He went to Ky˘to in Fall 1721 and performed as a wakaonnagata in the 11th lunar month of 1721 at Hoteiya Umenoj˘'s theater in the kaomise drama "Banshiki Kogane no Miyako", which was produced by Ogino Yaegiri I. He went on tour in Ise in 1727 and went back to ďsaka afterwards. Last-recorded performance in Nagoya in 1733. No record afterwards.

The actors Ogino Umenosuke (left) and Somekawa Rokur˘zaemon (right) playing the roles of Ohaya and Miyashiro Daiemon in the kaomise drama "Tatsu Goyomi Daish˘ Wag˘ no Tsurugi", which was staged in the 11th lunar month of 1723 in Ky˘to

 

Notes

[1] This was very likely but we could not find any proof to back this assumption.

 
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