NAGAWA HARUSUKE
   
TWO GENERATIONS
Nagawa Harusuke I
 

The sakusha Toyo Harusuke I held the name of Nagawa Harusuke I from the beginning of the 1800s to the 6th lunar month of 1825.

The name of Nagawa Harusuke I in the 1813 Kamigata hy˘banki (the zone within the red box)

Nagawa Harusuke II
Nagawa Harusuke II  In Japanese | Toyo Harusuke II  In Japanese | Toyo Harusuke [1]  In Japanese
 

Dates of birth and death unknown. Disciple of Nagawa Harusuke I, his first stage name was Toyo Harusuke [1]. He settled in Edo at an unknown date. He took the name of Toyo Harusuke II in Edo in the 11th lunar month of 1840, working with Nakamura Jűsuke IV at the Kawarasakiza on the kaomise drama "Kaeribana Yuki no Takeda", whose plot and characters belonged to the "Honch˘ Nijűshik˘" world. He took the name of Nagawa Harusuke II in Edo in the 11th lunar month of 1852, working at the Nakamuraza along with Segawa Jok˘ III on the kaomise drama "Kabuki no Haru Koko-ni Mitsuhide". He worked in the 1st lunar month of 1861 at the Nakamuraza, along with Sakurada Jisuke III, Kasanui Sensuke II and Segawa Jok˘ III, on the new year sogamono drama "Okuni no Matsu Soga Nakamura". No record afterwards.

The name of Nagawa Harusuke II in a 1860 Nakamuraza ehon banzuke (the zone within the red box)

 

Notes

[1] Another possible reading for this first name could be Shunsuke.

 
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