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Adzuma-Ryu Geneology 1
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Adzuma-Ryu Family Tree
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The genealogy of Adzuma-Ryu was established at the end of the Genroku era during the Edo period by Adzuma Tozo I. Adzuma Tozo I had the name of Sonoe, which was changed to Tojiro, and then to Tozo. His stage name was Adzumaya.

Adzuma Tozo was the son of Nakamura Seihichi, a Japanese traditional Kyogen writer. Adzuma Tozo, the second head of Adzuma-Ryu was the brother of Tozo, the first head. Tozo also had the name Sonoe, which was then changed to Kiyonosuke Tachibanasaku. Kiyonosuke made his debut as a adherent of Ichimura Hazaemo the 8th. Adzuma Tozo, the 3rd head of Adzuma-Ryu was a disciple of Tozo, the 2nd head. He as well had the name Sonoe, which was changed to Togoro. He then became a disciple of the 9th Hazaemon and succeeded to the name of Tozo.