Names Beginning with G-J

 

Name

Identity

Single Sheet Prints

Triptychs and Diptychs

Gama Sennin

Magician-hermit (sennin) with magic toad (gama)

S1e (not in Robinson); S87.9

 

Ganryű, Sasaki

enemy of Miyamoto Musashi

S37.18; S51.7

T335

Gapp˘, Takahashi

hero of a revenge story ĹGapp˘ gatsujiĺ; also called Takahashi Yajur˘

S46.81; S53.7

T9

Gemba

character in the play ĹSugawaraĺ

S45.53

 

Gemba, Takuma (Sakuma Morimasa)

enemy of Hideyoshi

 

T336

Gembeibori Gembei

character in ĹMegumi no Kagekiyoĺ

S46.79

 

Gen˘

Buddhist priest-exorcist

S66.6

 

Genshű, Wada

cousin and retainer of Kusunoki Masatsura

 

T271; T346

Gentoku (Liu Pei)

chief character in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, later became the Emperor Chao Lieh Ti

S10.5

T291; T294; T296; T301; T307

Ghosts (also see ôdemonsö and ôwitchesö)

 

S1c.4; S19.77; S45.25; S54.47; S65.15; S74.50; S74.54; S90.37; S95b.5; S95d.6; S95e.2

T1; T10; T70; T147; T242; T266; T274; T287

Ginyo

sister of Gi˘ and mistress of Kiyomori

S20.3; S30.1

 

Gi˘

shirabyoshi dancer and mistress of Kiyomori

S20.3; S25.4; S30.1; S46.23

 

Gion-Ny˘go

favorite of the Emperor Go-Shirakawa and later of Kiyomori

S30.2; S46.26

 

Gokumon Sh˘hei

character in ĹKurofune de-iri no minatoĺ, a play with a homosexual theme

S74.13

 

Gom˘ (Wu Mŕng)

Chinese Paragon of Filial Piety

S13.13; S60.23

 

Gonta

character in ĹSembonzakuraĺ

S45.46

 

Go-˘-Hime

daughter of Kamada Masakiyo and beloved of Yoshitsune

S20.4

 

Gor˘ Maru Shigemune

wrestler and retainer of Yoritomo

S7.3; S24.18

 

Goshaku Somegor˘

character in ĹSh˘chikubaiĺ and other plays

S40.3; S70.1

 

G˘tenrai Ryűshin

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as K˘tenrai Ry˘shin and H˘tenrai Ryűshin

S2.22; S3.3; S47.5

 

Go-Toba-no-in

1180-1239; eighty-second Emperor; an amateur sword smith, and one of the Hundred Poets

S19.99

 

Go-Tokudaiji-Sadaijin

one of the Hundred Poets; also known as Fujiwara no Sanesada

S19.81

 

Gy˘ja Bush˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.6; S2a.1; S3.8; S47.6; S88.48

 

Gyokkirin Roshungi

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.17; S3.8

 

Gyokubankan M˘k˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.12

 

Gyokuhish˘ Kindaiken

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.11

 

Hachiman Sabur˘

retainer of Kud˘ Suketsune

S74.26

possibly T102

Hachiman Tar˘

1041-1108; warrior and suppressor of rebels; also known as Yoshi-Ie, Hachiman-Tar˘ Minamoto no

S8.8; S28.16; S31.29; S67.2; S77.3; S84.8: S88.34

T52; T111a

Hag of the Lonely House

villainess Hitotsuya of popular mythology

S23.6; S74.49, S95f not in Robinson

T82; T318; T330

Haig˘ Gozaemon Hisamitsu

Vassal of ďta house, d. 1583

S62.1

 

Haij˘kai

villainous monk in the Suikoden

S2.62

 

Hakkwaja Y˘shun

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.18; S3.2; S47.7

 

Hako-˘ Maru

child-name of Soga Gor˘ Tokimune

S1a.1a; S1c.14; S1e.8; S7.3; S8.7; S17.7; S22.19; S23.4; S24.18; S31.20; S35a (not in Robinson); S38.3; S44.9; S44.11; S45.3; S45.34; S46.5; S48.1; S61.9; S74.61

T35; T100; T101; T102; T103; T104; T125; T132; T158; T159; T193; T269; T304; T328; T349

Hakujisso Hakush˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.19; S2a.3; S3.10

 

Hakumenr˘kun Teitenju

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.20; S3.2

 

Hakushűei, Lady

erring wife in the Suikoden

S2.67

 

Hamano Tadanoshin

retainer of Moronao in the Chűshingura

S57.37

 

Hana-jo

daughter of Oribe Kanamaru in the Chűshingura

S56.3

 

Hana-no-Moto, son of

Akagari Daid˘

S36.61

 

Hananosuke

 

 

T274

Hanaosho

 

S1f (not in Robinson)

 

Hanaregoma Ch˘kichi

wrestler in the play ĹFutatsu ch˘ch˘ĺ

S74.60

T172

Hangaku-Jo

amazon; daughter of J˘ Shir˘ Sukekuni

S20.5

T25; T61

Hangami Danj˘-no-j˘ Arakage

monster-fighter of Izumo

S1c.12

 

Hanjo-Gozen

mother of Umewaka Maru

S29.3

 

Hansoku

King of southern India in the Nine-tailed Fox story

S66.2; S66.3; S66.4; S88.21

 

Hanzawa Rokur˘

retainer of Yoritomo

S8.7

 

Happinata K˘jű

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Nyűbinata K˘jű and as Hatsubinada K˘j˘

S2.48; S3.10

 

Hara Hayato Masakatsu

 

S82.6

 

Hara Hayato-no-Sh˘

Takeda warrior at Kawanakajima

S34.5

 

Haruhira, Hitsu-no-Saish˘

son of envoy to China

S23.7

 

Harukata, Sue

treacherous retainer of ďuchi Yoshitaka, 1507-51

S36.50; S74.37

 

Harunaga, ďta

war-lord; also known as Nobunaga, Oda; 1534-82

S62.28

T204

Harunori, Katayama Katar˘

retainer of Oguri Hangwan

S26.12

 

Harutaka, Katayama Kair˘

retainer of Oguri Hangwan

S26.11

 

Harutaka, Taira no (Karnbe Nobutaka)

third son of Nobunaga, 1558-83

S62.43

 

Haruyoshi, Amari Saemon-no-j˘

Takeda warrior at Kawanakajima

S63.6

 

Haruyuki

Takeda general at Kawanakajima; one-eyed, in early life a considerable scholar; also known as Yamamoto Kansuke Nyűd˘ Haruyuki D˘kisai

S34.4; S35.16; S38.12; S44.37; S63.2; S81.6; S82.3; S84.2; S92.5; S95f.5

T154; T161; T190; T247; T259; T313

Hata Rokurozaemon

retainer of Nitta Yoshisada; also known as Tokiyoshi

S17.11; S84.11; S94.3

T6

Hatsubinada K˘j˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden; also known as Nyűbinata K˘jű

S2.48; S3.10

 

Hatsu-Hana

self-sacrificing wife of Iinuma Katsugoro

S20.7

T8; T274

Hatsu-jo

maid to Onoe, and heroine of ĹKagamiyamaĺ; killed Tsubone Iwafuji; also known as O-Hatsu

S20.6; S45.13; S46.60; S53.1

 

Hayakawa Ayunosuke

resourceful fisherman

S4a.2

 

Hayano Kampei Tsuneyo

supernumerary to the Forty-Seven R˘nin; also known as Tsuneyo

S54.47; S59.3; S72.8; S86.5; S90.47

 

Hayase Saemon

warrior under Kusunoki Masashige

 

T350

Hayashi Hanshir˘ Taketoshi

vassal of Samanosuke, d. 1582

S62.11

 

Heidaichű Setsuei

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.4

 

Hekirekkwa Shimmei

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Hekirekika Shinmei

S2 (not in Robinson); S3.1

 

Henmeisanr˘ Sekishű

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Shameisabur˘ Sekishű and as Shameisanr˘ Sekishű

S2.62; S3.8; S47.21

 

Hidehira, Fujiwara no, Mutsu no Kami

Yoshitsune's northern protector

S65.8

T93; T255

Hidekazu, Onodera

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin also known as Hidetomo

S54.9; S90.9

 

Hidemoto, Akashi Ridayű

retainer of the Toki family (late sixteenth century)

S62.2

 

Hidenao, Uramatsu (Ryűen)

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.42; S71.4; S90.42

 

Hidesato, Tawara T˘da Fujiwara no (also known as Tawara T˘da Hidesato and as Tawara Toda

warrior and loyalist of the tenth century

S24.9; S44.54

T354; drawing not in Robinson following T288

Hidetake, Kurogane K˘zuke no Suke

Uesugi warrior at Kawanakajima

S63.12

 

Hidetome, Onodera T˘emon

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.30; S78 (drawing); S80.9; S90.30

 

Hidetomi, Onodera T˘emon

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.30; S78 (drawing); S80.9; S90.30

 

Hidetomo, Onodera Jűnai

one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin also known as Hidekazu

S54.9; S90.9

 

Hidetomo, Onodera, wife of

 

S56.4

 

Hideyoshi, Kinoshita (or Toyotomi Hideyoshi)

war-lord and dictator, 1536-98

S62.25

T204; T355

Higuchi Jir˘

retainer of Yoshinaka; also known as Kanemitsu; later said to have become a sailor named Matsuemon

S1a.14; S46.34; S73.8; S94.2

T181

Hinadori

heroine of Imoseyama

S45.8

 

Hinaginu

 

S66a.5

 

Hinj˘ Echizen no Kami Shigenaga

 

S63.17a

 

Hiragawara Jiroz˘

character in 'Samezaya'

S46.71

 

Hiroari, Oki Jir˘

early fourteenth-century courtier and archer

S1a.2; S24.13

 

Hironao no Hayata

squire to Yorimasa; also known as Tadazumi no Hayata, I no Hayata and Ii no Hayata

S4a.6; S89.2; S95d.3

T7; T107; T112

Hirotsuna

retainer of Yoshitsune killed at Horikawa; also called Eda Genz˘ Hirotsuna

S4a.18; S74.40; S76.6

T185

Hirotsune, Kazusa no Suke Taira no

twelfth-century warrior

S4a.7; S7.1

T24

Hiroyukl, Ogata

robber chief who used the name ĹJiraiyaĺ

S4a.12; S24.3; S74.14; S87.2

T356

Hisahide, Matsunaga Daizen

war-lord, 1510-77

S62.22

 

Hisamatsu

lover of O-Some in ĹO-Some Hisamatsuĺ

S45.15; S46.89

 

Hisamitsu, Aig˘ Kozaemon

served under Shibata Katsuie (possibly Saig˘ Masakatsu)

S62.1

 

Hisayoshi, Naka-Ura Sarukichir˘

pseudonym for Hideyoshi

S62.25

T204

Hitentaisei Rikon

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.21; S3.10

 

Hito Maru

daughter of Kagekiyo

S36.64; S46.97

 

Hitomaro, Kakinomoto no

one of the Hundred Poets

S19.3; S27.3

 

Hitotsuya

ĹHag of the Lonely Houseĺ villainess of popular mythology

S23.6; S74.49, S95f not in Robinson

T82; T318; T330

H˘kai-b˘

villainous character in 'Sumidagawa' and other plays

S46.68

 

Hokke Ch˘bei

otokodate dramatic character

S42.2

 

Homma Sabur˘

murderer of Hino Suketomo, father of Kumawaka Maru, in 1332, and subsequently slain by the latter

S61.3

 

H˘nan Sh˘nin

priest involved in a ghost-story

S44.28

 

Honk˘shin D˘m˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.3

 

Horibe Yasubei, wife and daughter of.

 

S74.47

 

Horikoshi Dairei

tyrannical land-owner

S74.50

 

Horio Mosuke Yoshiharu

youthful retainer of Hideyoshi

S62.27

T202

H˘tar˘

child dramatic character

S74.55

 

Hotei Ichiemon

strong man of Osaka

S70.2

 

H˘tenrai Ry˘shin

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as G˘tenrai Ryűshin and K˘tenrai Ry˘shin

S2.22; S3.3; S47.5

 

H˘tentei

enemy general in the Suikoden

S2.61

 

Hotoke-Gozen

shiraby˘shi dancer and mistress of Kiyomori

S15.2; S20.8; S33.2; S46.12

 

H˘toku

Chinese warrior in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms

S10.8

 

Hotta K˘zuke no Suke

tyrannical land-owner

S74.50

 

Hyakuman

left by her husband, she went mad and could not recognize her own child

S20.9

 

Hyakush˘sh˘ Kant˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.9

 

Hy˘shit˘ Rinchű

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.23; S2a.4; S2a.14; S3.1; S47.8; S88.29

 

I no Hayata

squire to Yorimasa; also known as Ii no Hayata, Tadazumi no Hayata and Hironao no Hayata

S4a.6; S89.2; S95d.3; S95f (not in Robinson)

T7; T107; T112

Ibaraki

female demon encountered by Watanabe no Tsuna

S28.45; S46.6; S87 (not in Robinson)

 

Ichij˘sei Kosanry˘

Chinese heroine of the Suikoden; also known as Kosanry˘ Ichij˘sei

S2.37; S2a.15; S3.2; S47.9

 

Ichirai-H˘shi

warrior-monk, late twelfth century

S8.3; S73.10

 

Ichiemon

dramatic character; an inferior retainer (ashigaru)

S46.88

 

Ieteru Denju Sh˘suke

 

S92.6

 

Ieteru, Menju S˘suke

retainer of Shibata Katsuie

S62.23

 

Iga no Jutar˘

elderly retainer of Yoshikado (tenth cenrury

S17.4; S61.10; S87.1; S88.17

T89; T111; T219

Iga no Tsubone

daughter of Shinozuka Iga no Kami and wife of Kusunoki Masanori

S46.40

 

Ihei

a servant (dramatic character)

S43.2

 

Ii no Hayata

squire to Yorimasa; also known as I no Hayata, Tadazumi no Hayata and Hironao no Hayata

S4a.6; S89.2; S95d.3; S95f (not in Robinson)

T7; T107; T112

Iinuma Katsugor˘

a criple cured by his wife's devotion

S53.2

T8

Ikkyű

1394-1481; an eminent but eccentric priest

S44.49; S95b.6

 

Imafuku Zenkur˘ Katsutada

 

S82.8

 

Imagawa Yoshimoto

warrior, 1519-1560

S62.15

 

Ima-jo

a poor but filial girl of Takenouchi in Yamato

S23.9

 

Imakuni, Kanawa Gor˘

loyal retainer of Fujiwara no Kamatari

S46.28

 

Imaro, Izumo no

seventh-century slayer of sea-monsters

S1c.9

 

Inagawa Jirokichi

a wrestler (dramatic character)

S46.54

 

Inoda Magohei Tokiharu

 

S92 (not in Robinson)

 

Inoue Daikur˘ Nagayoshi

vassal of Sat˘ house, 16th century

S62.16

 

Inuda Kobungo Yasuyori

hero of Bakin's 'Hakkenden'

S4c.1; S5.3; S37.4; S38.11; S66a.3

T36; T233

Inue Shimbei Masashi

hero of Bakin's 'Hakkenden'

S4c.3; S5.4; S37.10; S66a.7

T233

Inukai Kempachi Nobumichi

hero of Bakin's 'Hakkenden'

S4a.4; S5.2; S37.6; S66a.10; S95f.3

T41; T42; T233

Inukawa S˘suke (Sh˘suke) Yoshit˘

hero of Bakin's 'Hakkenden'

S4b.7; S5.5; S37.7; S66a.8

T36; T233

Inumura Daikaku (Kakutar˘) Masanori

hero of Bakin's 'Hakkenden'

S4b.2; S5.8; S37.8; S66a.5

T42; T233

Inuyama D˘setsu Tadatomo

hero of Bakin's 'Hakkenden'

S4c.2; S5.6; S37.9; S66a.6; S74.4

T42; T233

Inuzaka Keno Tanetomo

hero of Bakin's 'Hakkenden'

S4a.5; S5.7; S37.11; S66a.4

T36; T233

Inuzuka Shino Moritaka

hero of Bakin's 'Hakkenden'

S4a.3; S5.1; S37.5; S66a.9; S74.3; S95f.3

T41; T42; T233

Isami Tomokichir˘

character in the dramatized story of Jiraiya

S46.57

 

Ise

poetess of the Fujiwara family

S27.19

 

Ishid˘ Maru

son of Karukaya D˘shin

S46.35

 

Ishidome Busuke

retainer of Araki Mataemon

S46.70

T29; T41a

Ishii Hanz˘

hero of a revenge story; he killed Akabori Mizuemon, the murderer of several of his relatives

S53.3

 

Ishi-jo

wife of ďboshi Yuranosuke in the Chűshingura

S56.1

 

Ishikawa Goemon

late sixteenth-century robber

S36.52

 

Ishikawa Hy˘suke Kazumitsu

swordsman in Kamigata army, 1565?-1583

S62.17

 

Ishikawa T˘suke Tadatomo

 

S92.7

 

Isogai Hy˘dayű

dramatic character in a story of a stolen sword

S44.39

 

Isono Tanba-no kami Kazumasa

fought for Asai house and then ďta house

S62.18

 

Issun Tokubei

character in 'Natsu matsuri'

S46.98

 

Itsushikwa Saikei

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S3.10

 

Iwafuji, Tsubone

villainess in Kagamiyama

S45.30

 

Iwanari Chikaranosuke Sukemichi

16th century warrior, d. 1573

S62 (drawing)

 

Iwanuma Kichirokuro Nobusato

 

S4 (not in Robinson)

 

Iwazu Tetsuemon Shigenobu

retainer of Odai Matarokur˘ (sixteenth century); also called Shigenobu

S4a.11

T201

Izumi Shikibu

eleventh-century poetess

S19.56; S20.10

 

Izutsu-Hime

daughter of Ki no Aritsune and wife of the poet Narihira

S20.11

 

Jakuren-H˘shi

priest-poet of the Fujiwara family

S19.87

 

Jigoku (or Jigoku-dayű)

courtesan patronized by the priest Ikkyű

S35.3; S44.49; S95b.6

 

Jijű, Matsuyoi no

twelfth-century poetess, also known as Kojijű

S15.3

 

Jing˘ K˘g˘

Empress (170-269) who conquered of Korea

S21.5; S31.3; S77.4

T51

Jingor˘, Hidari

1594-1634; celebrated sculptor in wood

S35.2

 

Jinkigunshi Shubu

Chinese hero of the Suikoden; also known as Shinkigunshi Shubu

S2.24; S3.2

 

Jinky˘taih˘ Taiso

Chinese hero of the Suikoden

S2.25

 

Jinsabur˘

servant to Shikamatsu Kanroku, one of the Forty-Seven R˘nin

S54.51

 

Jiraiya

robber chief formerly Ogata Hiroyuki; also known as Ogata Shuma

S4a.12; S24.3; S74.14; S87.2

T356

Jit˘ Tenn˘

Empress (687-96) and poetess

S19.2; S27.2

 

J˘my˘, Tsutsui

late twelfth-century warrior-monk

S8.3; S73.10

 

J˘ruri-Hime

daughter of the headman of Yahagi in Mikawa; loved and deserted by Yoshitsune

S20.12; S36.10; S44.40; S65.6

T85; T108

Juntei, Tsuchii Yamato no Kami (or Tsutsui Junkei)

1549-84; allied with Nobunaga, Akechi Mitsuhide, and Hideyoshi successively

S62.48

 

Jurobei, Awa no

chief character in 'Awa no naruto'; killed his own daughter in ignorance

S36.54; S51.1

 

Ju-unryű K˘sonsh˘

Chinese hero of the Suikoden also known as Nyűunryű K˘sonsh˘

S2.26; S3.8; S47.10

 

ôRobinsonö refers to listing in Kuniyoshi: The Warrior-Prints by Basil William Robinson (Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 1982) and its privately published supplement.

 

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