Fall 1793: the Nakamuraza went out of business and gave its license to the Miyakoza.
11th lunar month of 1793: opening of the Miyakoza, with the kaomise program "Yasa Gunbai Miyako no Jintori",
which starred Segawa Kikunoj˘ III, Ichikawa Danjűr˘ VI,
Iwai Kumesabur˘ I, ďtani Hiroji III and Band˘ Mitsugor˘ II.
1st lunar month of 1795: Namiki Gohei I's drama "Godairiki Koi no Fűjime" was staged for the first time in Edo, at the Miyakoza;
it was staged with the following casting:
9th lunar month of 1796: the play "Hikosan Gongen Chikai no Sukedachi" was staged for the first time in Edo,
at the Miyakoza with the following casting:
"Hikosan Gongen Chikai no Sukedachi" was also staged at the Kiriza [casting].
Fall 1797: the Miyakoza had to give back its license to the Nakamuraza, which was back in business.
3rd lunar month of 1818: premiere at the Miyakoza of the 7-role hengemono "Miyama no Hana Todokanu Edaburi", starring Onoe Kikugor˘ III in the seven roles.
One of these roles was "Kosode Monogurui" ("the short-sleeved garment madness"), staged nowadays as an independent Kiyomoto-based dance called "Yasuna".