According to Richard Waldman (The Art of Japan): Actor Sawamura Sōjūrō III in Kanadehon Chūshingura, Miyako Theater, IV/1795.

Sawamura Sōjūrō III (1753-1801). Second son of Sōjūrō II, he stood out beginning with his work as a child actor. During the Kansei era (1789-1800) he was active as a master of love scenes (nureba). He is said to have been the best actor ever to have played Oboshi Yaranosuke in Kanadehon Chūshingura. (Samuel L. Leiter. Kabuki Encyclopedia, Greenwood Press, 1979).

Publisher: Iwatoya Kisaburo (active c1760s-1832, Marks #173, pp. 169-171). The only series printed by Iwatoya Kisaburo of Shun’ei in 1795 (P2105).

The print is trimmed and lacks signatures and markings.