|ARASHI KOROKU V|
Line number: GODAIME (V)
Poetry name: Minshi
Existence: ??? ~ 8th lunar month of 1858
Grandfather: Arashi Koroku I (Arashi San'emon V)
11th lunar month of 1817: Kan˘ Minshi I and Kan˘ Yasojir˘ respectively took the names of Arashi Koroku IV and Kan˘ Minshi II at the Naka no Shibai, performing together in the kaomise drama "Echizen Sangoku Meoto-zuka".
9th lunar month of 1831: Minshi went to Edo.
7th lunar month of 1837: premiere at the Ichimuraza of "Sansh˘-dayű Kogane no Toridoshi", a revised and expanded version of the gidayű ky˘gen "Yura no Minato Sengen Ch˘ja"; Minshi played the roles of Gonroku's ny˘b˘ Yamaoka Orachi and Masauji's wife Iwaki Mutsuki-no-Kata [casting].
11th lunar month of 1843: Kan˘ Minshi II took the name of Arashi Koroku V at the Kawarasakiza, performing in the drama "Osana Gunp˘ Jűroku Musashi"; his main stage partners were Band˘ Hikosabur˘ IV, Seki Sanjűr˘ III, Nakamura Utaemon IV, Onoe Eizabur˘ III, Segawa Kikusabur˘ III and Nakamura Shibajűr˘.
7th lunar month of 1858: Koroku appeared on stage for the last time, in Edo at the Nakamuraza, where he played the roles of Fuji-no-Kata and Oyoshi in the dramas "Ichi-no-Tani Futaba Gunki" and "Ise Ondo Koi no Netaba"
8th lunar month of 1858: Koroku died in Edo.
Arashi Koroku V was the last heir of a great line of Kamigata actors. He unfortunately did not reach the same level of popularity as his grandfather Arashi Koroku I or his father Arashi Koroku III. He did not become a star but was very good in the roles of toshima in the latter years of his career, which he spent in the city of Edo.
 The 29th day of the 3rd lunar month of the 8th year of the Kansei era was the 6th of May 1796 in the western calendar.
 The 17th of the 9th lunar month of the 10th year of the Bunka era was the 10th of October 1813 in the western calendar.
 The 15th day of the 11th lunar month of the 9th year of the Bunsei era was the 13th of December 1826 in the western calendar.
The Arashi Koroku line of actors
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