Onoe Koisaburô I

The actor Onoe Koisaburô I held this name from the 11th lunar month of 1796 to the 3rd lunar month of 1809.

Onoe Koisaburô I playing the role of the warrior Kumagai Jirô Naozane in the drama "Ichi-no-Tani Futaba Gunki", which was staged in the 3rd lunar month of 1806 at the Kitagawa no Shibai

Onoe Koisaburô II
Onoe Koisaburô II  In Japanese

Son of Onoe Koisaburô I, he made his debut on stage (hatsubutai) and took the name of Onoe Koisaburô II in the 11th lunar month of 1812. He was active in Kamigata up to 1832. No record afterwards.

Onoe Koisaburô II performing the role of Ohan in a print made at the end of the Bunka era

Onoe Koisaburô 2.3
Onoe Koisaburô  In Japanese

A minor Kamigata actor held the name of Onoe Koisaburô between the end of 1854 to 1876. No record afterwards.

The name of Onoe Koisaburô in the 1855 Kyôto hyôbanki (the zone within the red box)

Onoe Koisaburô III

The actor Onoe Koisaburô III held this name from May 1920 to December 1974.

Onoe Koisaburô III

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