Ichikawa Hakuen II (二代目市川白猿) (actor 1791 – 1859)Hakuen (poetry name - 白猿)
Jukai (poetry name - 寿海)
Sanshō (poetry name - 三升)
Ichikawa Danjūrō VII (七代目市川 團十郎)
Ichikawa Ebizō V (五代目市川海老蔵)
Ichikawa Shinnosuke I (初代市川新之助)
We know that this actor held this name in 1829 and as late as 1833. At Osakaprints.com they tell us that: "Hakuen II (二代目白猿) was the temporary acting name of the Edo superstar Ichikawa Danjūrō VII (七代目市川團十郎 1791-1859), who performed briefly in Osaka after fires destroyed all three theaters in Edo in 3/1829. His performances during 1829-1830 in Kamigata were quite a sensation, and fans filled the theaters to watch him perform."
According to Fiorillo and Ujlaki in Andon 96 on page 11 there was an uptick in the production of actor prints in 1829 to 1833. This was "... possibly spurred on initially by the appearance of Ichikawa Hakuen II in Osaka during 1829-1830. Hakuen II was the temporary acting name of the Edo superstar Ichikawa Danjūrō VII (1791-1859), who performed briefly (1829-30) in Osaka after fires had destroyed all three theatres in Edo during the third month of 1829. Indeed, in our koban survey, Hakuen is portrayed in 6 of the 20 prints identified for the years 1829-1830."