Jitsukawa Enjiro (實川延二郎)
"Enjiro JITSUKAWA" is a professional name which was used by some Kabuki (a traditional form of drama and music performed by male actors) actors. The yago (stage family name) used by Enjiro JITSUKAWA was Kawachi-ya. Their jomon (emblem of a Kabuki family) was Kasane-izutsu (literally, "double-izutsu" [a family crest design based on a square wooden well crib]), and their kaemon (alternate personal crest) was Itsusu-karigane (literally, "five wild goose"). This professional name is used before succeeding to the name of Enjaku JITSUKAWA.
Enjiro JITSUKAWA the First
He was the eldest son of Enjaku JITSUKAWA the First, and he lived from 1877 to 1951.
He succeeded to Enjito JITSUKAWA the Second and then he became Enjaku JITSUKAWA the Second.
Enjiro JITSUKAWA the Second
He was the eldest son of the second generation and he lived from 1921 to 1991.
He succeeded to Enjito JITSUKAWA the Third and then he became Enjaku JITSUKAWA the Third.