|ICHINOKAWA HIKOSHIRÔ I|
Line number: SHODAI (I)
Poetry name: Kakei
Existence: 1679 ~ 23rd day of the 7th lunar month of 1727 
Fall 1722: Hikoshirô moved to Ôsaka.
11th lunar month of 1725: Hikoshirô switched back to katakiyaku and he played at the Naka no Shibai the role of Funazu Tomiemon in the kaomise drama "Hôraisan Imose no Matsu", which celebrated the shûmei of Nakamura Shirogorô II and Yamashita Kamenojô II.
11th lunar month of 1726: Hikoshirô reverted to jitsuaku and played at the Ônishi no Shibai the role of Honma Toraemon in the kaomise drama "Gosha no Yonegura Fukki no Yama", which was produced by Yamamoto Kyôshirô I.
23rd day of the 7th lunar month of 1727 : Hikoshirô died.
Ichinokawa Hikoshirô I was a Kamigata katakiyaku/jitsuaku actor, who spent most of his career in tabi shibai. He was active in ôshibai between 1720 and 1727. He was said to look like Anegawa Shinshirô I, from an artistic perspective.
 The 23rd day of the 7th lunar month of the 12th year of the Kyôhô era was the 8th of September 1727 in the western calendar.
The actors Matsushima Moheiji (left), Ichinokawa Hikoshirô I (center) and Sakakiyama Koshirô I (right) playing the roles of Kisaku, Sukedayû's son Dairoku and the rônin Nunobiki Jinroku in the kaomise drama "Fukujukai Kogane no Minato", which was staged in the 11th lunar month of 1723 at the Ônishi no Shibai
The Ichinokawa Hikoshirô line of actors
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