Born the 9th of April 1927. Disciple of Onoe Kikugorô VI, he started his career in May 1941 at the Kabukiza
and his first stage name was Onoe Kikuno II. He took the name of Nakamura Shôjirô in November 1945 in Ôsaka.
He joined the Jitsukawa clan and finally took the name of Jitsukawa Entarô IV in October 1950 at the Minamiza,
playing the role of the geisha Tamazuru in the drama "Yodo no Aki". He appeared on stage for the last time in September 1967,
in Ôsaka at the Asahiza, where he played the role of a koshimoto and the nyôbô Oiro
in "Migawari Zazen" and "Yotsuya Kaidan".
No record afterwards. He held the name of Jitsukawa Entarô IV up to December 1971. In the latest edition (2012) of "Kabuki Haiyû Meiseki Benran", it was written that he died in 2005.
His yagô was Izutsuya.