Arashi Kitsusaburō II 二代目嵐橘三郎 (9/1822 to 8/1828) (actor 1788 – 1837)

Gyokusan (poetry name - 玉山)
Rikaku (poetry name - 里鶴)
Rikaku (poetry name -璃鶴)
Arashi Jusaburō I (初代嵐寿三郎: temporary name in 10/1820)
Arashi Kitsusaburō II 二代目嵐橘三郎 (9/1822 to 8/1828)
Arashi Rikaku I (poetry name - 初代嵐璃珏)
Arashi Rikan II (二代目嵐璃寛: 9/1828 to 6/1837)
Arashi Tokusaburō I (初代嵐徳三郎: 11/1800 to 1820 and again 11/1820 to 8/1822)



This actor held this name from 9/1822 to 7/1828. He made his debut in 11/1800 in Osaka where he received the name Arashi Tokusaburō II. His first twenty years were spent acting with a children's troupe and then traveling around to temples and shrines in the Osaka and Kyoto areas. In 1819 he temporarily changed his name to Arashi Jusaburō I, but changed it back to Tokusaburō II the next year. In 1820 "...he went to Edo, along with Nakamura Gennosuke I and Arashi Ryûgorô, to perform at the Nakamuraza."