FURUYA SHIN (古家新)

 



       

       


Wrapper for [Kabuki Sketch
Collection]  Kabuki Soby˘-shű
(歌舞伎 素描集)
      
Print Date: ?
Medium: Woodblock printed wrapper
Series: Kabuki Soby˘-shű
(歌舞伎 素描集)
Personal Collectio


 
 

       
        Matsumoto K˘shir˘ VII (松本幸四郎)
        Musashib˘ Benkei
        (武藏坊辨慶; 武蔵坊弁慶)
     
        Play: Kanjinch˘ (勧進帳)
        Print Date: ?
        Medium: Woodblock printed wrapper
        Series: Kabuki Soby˘-shű
        (歌舞伎 素描集)
        Personal Collection

        Note: K˘shir˘ VII performed this role
        in Tokyo twenty-three times between
        April 1914 and June 1946.
 


       
        Onoe Kikugor˘ VI (尾上菊五郎) as 
        Shiraby˘shi Hanako (白拍子花子)
     
        Play: Ky˘ganoko Musume D˘j˘ji
        (京鹿子娘道成寺)
        Print Date: ?
        Medium: Woodblock printed wrapper
        Series: Kabuki Soby˘-shű
        (歌舞伎 素描集)
        Personal Collection

        Note: Kikugor˘ VI performed this role
        in Tokyo eighteen times between
        September 1912 and January 1948.
 
        

       

           
Ichikawa Ennosuke II (市川猿之助) as
Sanbas˘ (三番叟)
     
Play: Ninin Sanbas˘ (二人三番叟)
Print Date: ?
Medium: Woodblock printed wrapper
Series: Kabuki Soby˘-shű
(歌舞伎 素描集)
Personal Collection

Note: Ennosuke II performed this role
in Tokyo eleven times between April
1936 and April 1959.


Onoe Baik˘ VI (尾上梅幸) as
Okaru (お軽)
     
Play: Kanadehon Chűshingura
(假名手本忠臣蔵)
Print Date: ?
Medium: Woodblock printed wrapper
Series: Kabuki Soby˘-shű
(歌舞伎 素描集)
Personal Collection

Note: Although the role is not specifically
identified and Baik˘ VI played several
female roles in this play over the course
of his career, it is mostly likely Okaru. 
Baik˘ VI performed this role in Tokyo
at least eight times between November
1904 and November 1930.
and April 1941.

           
           


Ichimura Uzaemon XIV (市村羽左衛門) as
Hanakawado Sukeroku (花川戸助六)
     
Play: Sukeroku Yukari no Edo Zakura
(助六由縁江戸桜)
Print Date: ?
Medium: Woodblock printed wrapper
Series: Kabuki Soby˘-shű
(歌舞伎 素描集)
Personal Collection

Note: Uzaemon XIV performed this role
in Tokyo seven times between June 1906
and April 1941.