11th lunar month of 1784: premiere at the Kiriza (Edo) of the Tokiwazu-based dance-drama
"Tsumoru Koi Yuki no seki no To",
which is performed within the drama "Jűni Hitoe Komachi Zakura"
with the following casting:
2nd lunar month of 1785: Segawa Kikunoj˘ III performs at the Kiriza all the roles of a Nagauta-based 5-role hengemono,
which is entitled "Haru-ha Mukashi Yukari no Hanabusa". 2 of these roles became independent dances, which are still part of the current repertoire:
"Hane no Kamuro" (a kamuro with a Japanese battledore and shuttlecock racket) and "Shirozake Uri" (the sweet white sake seller).
6th lunar month of 1795: the drama "Miura no ďsuke ďbai Tazuna" is staged for the first time in Edo, at the Kiriza, with the following casting:
1st lunar month of 1796: premiere at the Kiriza of Namiki Gohei I's drama "Suda no Haru Geisha Katagi",
which is staged with the following casting:
9th lunar month of 1796: the play "Hikosan Gongen Chikai no Sukedachi" is staged for the first time in Edo,
at the Kiriza with the following casting:
"Hikosan Gongen Chikai no Sukedachi" is also staged at the Miyakoza [casting]
6th lunar month of 1797: the dance-drama "Tsumoru Koi Yuki no seki no To" is
revived for the first time, at the Kiriza, with the following casting:
1st lunar month of 1798: premiere at the Kiriza (Edo) of Namiki Gohei I's play "Tomioka Koi no Yamabiraki", commonly called "Ninin Shimbei", which is
performed with the following casting:
9th lunar month of 1815: the Ichimuraza goes bankrupt and gives its license to the Kiriza.
3rd lunar month of 1816: the Kiriza reopens; it is managed by Kiri Ch˘kiri and the actor Ichikawa Dannosuke III,
who coproduce the drama "Tasuketamae Kami no Manimani".
12th day of the 1st lunar month of 1817: a fire breaks out in the district of Norimono-ch˘ and destroys both the Nakamuraza and the Kiriza.
3rd lunar month of 1817: the Kiriza and welcomes for its reopening a group of 13 Kamigata,
which is led by the star Kataoka Nizaemon VII and Band˘ Jűtar˘.
10th lunar month of 1817: the Kiriza goes bankrupt and has to hand over its license for Kabuki performances to the Miyakoza.
Ichikawa Dannosuke III falls ill and, because of both illness and the heavy burden of the Kiriza debts,
commits suicide the 2nd of the 11th lunar month of 1817.