ICHIKAWA TERUZď
   
TWO GENERATIONS
Ichikawa Teruz˘ 0.1
Ichikawa Teruz˘  In Japanese
 

A minor katakiyaku/jitsuaku actor held the name of Ichikawa Teruz˘ in Edo from 1820 to 1825.

The name of Ichikawa Teruz˘ in the 1825 Edo hy˘banki (the zone within the red box)

Ichikawa Teruz˘ 0.2
Ichikawa Teruz˘  In Japanese
 

A minor wakashugata/wakaonnagata actor held the name of Ichikawa Teruz˘ in Kamigata from 1821 to 1840.

Ichikawa Teruz˘ I
Ichikawa Teruz˘ I  In Japanese
 

Born in 1842. Reported in the latest edition (2012) of the "Kabuki Haiyű Meiseki Benran" as being a disciple of Ichikawa Kuz˘ III. This piece of information was a bit confusing as Ichikawa Kuz˘ III's yag˘ was Mikawaya, not Takinoya. We've assumed that he could have been a disciple of Ichikawa Monnosuke V but we have not found any proof to back this assumption. He received the name of Ichikawa Teruz˘ I in 1874 and he was active as a tachiyaku up to his death, the 6th of December 1890.

Yag˘ Honmy˘
Takinoya Kawashima Kumasabur˘

Ichikawa Teruz˘ I portraying Tokugawa Ujiyasu in a print made by Utagawa Kunimasa IV in 1887

Ichikawa Teruz˘ II
Ichikawa Teruz˘ II  In Japanese | Ichikawa Hy˘jir˘  In Japanese | Ichikawa Takinoko  In Japanese
 

Born the 17th of January 1886. Disciple of Ichikawa Metora II, he received the name of Ichikawa Takinoko in 1894. His next stage name was Ichikawa Hy˘jir˘. He became nadai and took the name of Ichikawa Teruz˘ II in June 1912 He became an important wakiyaku in Onoe Kikugor˘ VI's troupe. He appeared on stage for the last time in T˘ky˘ at the Kabukiza in May 1955, where he played the roles of the kar˘ Shibui Gozaemon and the bant˘ Sagobŕ in the dance-drama "Kagami Jishi" and the drama "Kagatobi". He died the 19th of June 1955.

Yag˘ Honmy˘
Takinoya Suzuki Shigeru
 
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