OKAZAKI NO NEKO

The actors Onoe Kikugorō III and Ichikawa Danjūrō VII playing the roles of Nippon Daemon and Edobei (in reality Fujikawa Mizuemon) in the drama "Hitori Tabi Gojūsan Tsugi", which was staged in the 6th lunar month of 1827 at the Kawarasakiza (print made by Utagawa Kunisada I)

The actors Bandō Mitsugorō III (left print) and Ichikawa Danjūrō VII (right print) playing the roles of Teranishi Kanshin (in reality Date no Yosaku) and Edobei (in reality Fujikawa Mizuemon) in the drama "Hitori Tabi Gojūsan Tsugi", which was staged in the 6th lunar month of 1827 at the Kawarasakiza (print made by Utagawa Kunisada I)

The actors Iwai Kumesaburō II (left print), Ichikawa Danjūrō VII (central print), Bandō Mitsugorō III (right print/top) and Bandō Shinsaku (right print/bottom) playing the roles of Seki no Koman, Mamushi no Jirokichi, Nippon Daemon and Kikugawa no Tomoroku in the drama "Hitori Tabi Gojūsan Tsugi", which was staged in the 6th lunar month of 1827 at the Kawarasakiza (print made by Utagawa Kunisada I)

The actor Onoe Kikugorō III playing the role of Nippon Daemon in the drama "Hitori Tabi Gojūsan Tsugi", which was staged in the 6th lunar month of 1827 at the Kawarasakiza (print made by Utagawa Kunisada I)

The actors Onoe Kikugorō III and Ichikawa Danjūrō VII playing the roles of Nippon Daemon and Edobei (in reality Fujikawa Mizuemon) in the drama "Hitori Tabi Gojūsan Tsugi", which was staged in the 6th lunar month of 1827 at the Kawarasakiza (illustration courtesy of RANCHUROW (2009) all rights reserved)

 
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